Month: February 2019

Green Is the New Red

Stephen Moore, Washington TimesRep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, New York Democrat, has released her Green New Deal plan to the nation — and to great applause from the Democratic Party.

Walter Jones Was the Real Maverick

David Graham, The AtlanticThe congressman from North Carolina was famous for “freedom fries,” but his real signature was unorthodox politics.

Two Presidents and the Press Club

Carl Cannon, RealClearPoliticsOn this date 37 years ago a new presidency began in our nation’s capital, and Ronald Reagan seemed especially pleased about it.

Change How Facebook Uses Our Data

Adam Holland, NewsdayIn April 2018, the scandal over how Cambridge Analytica gained access to personal data of 50 million Facebook users led to CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifying before Congress and an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission.

GOP’s 2020 Campaign Will Put Dem Extremism on Trial

Liz Peek, FOX NewsRepublicans have found their platform for 2020, and they have Democrats to thank. After a month in which a partial government shutdown battered President Trump’s approval ratings, a string of self-inflicted wounds by Democrats has ab…

Obama Casts Long Shadow Over 2020

Juan Williams, The HillObama left office with a 59 percent approval rating and a 37 percent disapproval rating, according to Gallup.

Virginia Train Wreck Has Set the Stage for 2020

Catharine Evans, American ThinkerVirginia’s Del. Kathy Tran’s and Governor Ralph Northam’s open and public admission that their bill, H.B. 2491, allowed for the murder of a baby up until the time of birth and afterward was never supposed to happen.

GOP candidate in undecided House race: operative got results

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) – The Republican in the nation’s last undecided congressional election says he recruited a political operative who’s now at the center of a ballot fraud investigation because he produced election results in his rural North Carolina c…

Pelosi, Dem leaders urge Omar to apologize for ‘anti-Semitic’ tweet

House Democratic leaders, led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.), on Monday accused Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) of using “anti-Semitic tropes” and called on her to apologize after she sent tweets suggesting that lawmakers def…