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Election Results, The Smears Begin, Clinton & Collusion

Election Results
Several states held primary elections yesterday, and candidates endorsed by President Trump fared well.
In Kansas, conservative Secretary of State Kris Kobach received a late endorsement from Trump, and now clings to a narrow lead in the primary for governor.
In Michigan, Iraq War veteran John James handily won the U.S. Senate primary against a wealthy, self-funded establishment candidate.  James faces a tough race in November against incumbent Democrat Debbie Stabenow. 

Freedom Of Speech, Media Bias, The Leading Cause Of Death

Freedom Of Speech

I saw this disturbing headline over the weekend:  "Survey Shows Shocking Percentage Of Americans Are Unable To Name A Single First Amendment Right." 

According to the survey conducted by the Freedom Forum Institute, 40% of those polled could not name even one of the five rights guaranteed by the First Amendment.  Another 36% could name only one.  Not surprisingly, freedom of speech was most commonly cited, followed by freedom of religion.

Left-wing Lectures, What Are They Afraid Of, Left-wing Extremism

Left-wing Lectures

Friday, August 3, 2018

Media Bias Blowout
In yesterday's report I wrote about the left-wing media's role in dividing the country.  Contrary to Jim Acosta's pontificating, many reporters these days are not true journalists in the sense that they do not impartially report facts. 

Thursday, August 2, 2018

"Welcome Home"
There are lots of issues making headlines, but today I want to focus on only one because it is the only one that really matters.
The remains of U.S. soldiers who fought and died in Korea were welcomed home last night.  Vice President Mike Pence was there on behalf of President Trump and a grateful nation.  Below are excerpts of his remarks:

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

BREAKING NEWS:  Trump Sanctions Turkey
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced this afternoon that the United States was imposing sanctions on two top Turkish officials due to the continued detention of Pastor Andrew Brunson. 
"At the president's direction, the Department of Treasury is sanctioning Turkey's minister of justice and minister of interior, both of whom played leading roles in the arrest and detention of Pastor Brunson," Sanders said.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

An Immigration Election?
As the mid-term elections approach, there are plenty of D.C. elites still shaking their heads at "dumb Donald Trump."  They still haven't figured out that he knows the electorate better than they do.

Monday, July 30, 2018

Ginsburg's Five-Year Plan
During an interview yesterday, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg announced her five-year plan.  Asked how much longer she planned to stay on the Supreme Court, Ginsburg replied that Justice John Paul Stevens stepped down when he was 90.  And since she is 85, Ginsburg said, "I have at least five more years."  Liberals are applauding.

Friday, July 27, 2018

Making America Great Again

The U.S. economy grew at a strong rate of 4.1% in the second quarter of the year.  That's the strongest economic growth in four years and one of the best quarters in the past decade.  Gee, I wonder what changed?

Fighting For Faith, Trump Wins Again, Pompeo Pushes Back

Fighting For Faith