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McConnell delays health care vote[Video]

Washington, D.C. – Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell (R-KY) announced Tuesday that Republicans wouldn’t be voting on the new health care bill until after the 4th of July recess. What does this mean? McConnell hasn’t garnished enough support with fellow Senate Republicans to ensure the successful passage of the bill. President Trump has been trying his best to get some hesitant Senators on ...

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Press Briefing with Sarah Sanders and Rick Perry [video]

Sean Spicer 2

White House Press Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders briefed the media on issues and events of the day. Then, Secretary of Energy Rick Perry discussed the accomplishments and goals of the energy department. editor’s note: This article was updated to reflect that Sarah Huckabee Sanders gave the briefing instead of Sean Spicer. It was a last minute change by ...

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More DemoCare Delusions

I have a chapter in my book, “Ramblings of a Right Wing Bible Thumping White Guy’ called. “Why do they have to lie to win?” I always feel that if the issue or product you have is true and good then it will stand on its own, don’t lie about it. Democrats are talking about how bad this new healthcare ...

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Anti-Swamp Ad: They are shaken, angry, losing control [video]

America First Policies video shaken

An ad released recently by America First Policies, a political action committee makes D.C. insiders, the media, and Hollywood elitists out to be the angry and scared little snowflakes that they are. The opening of “Shaken” begins with a voiceover that runs behind images of Kathy Gifford, Meryl Streep, politicians, and talking heads. “The establishment is shaken, angry, losing control,” ...

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Democrats Begin to Turn on Obama as Russian Narrative Disintegrates

Now that the hysteria over the great Trump-Russia witch hunt is slowly beginning to subside, the Democrats are looking for another scapegoat for Hillary’s stunning election loss. The idea that a sustained campaign of McCarthyite innuendo based on anonymous leaks was a substitute to policy was always a gamble for Democrats and it is now looking like they are about ...

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Democrats Look to “Iron Stache” to Challenge Paul Ryan Next Year

If this year’s special elections are any indication of what’s to come, America is due for a real freak show when it comes to Democrat candidates in next November’s midterms. The Dems went 0-4 in their “referendums” on President Trump. The last loss was the most hurtful when geeky Jon Ossoff was defeated on Tuesday by Republican Karen Handel. Ossoff ...

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Trump Speaks at Agricultural Innovation Event [live stream]

Donald Trump speech

President Donald Trump delivers a speech at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Springs, Iowa during an event highlighting innovation in Agriculture. The speech is scheduled to begin at 6:25 pm Central Time after which he will head to the U.S. Cellular Center to hold a “Make America Great Again Rally.”

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South Carolina Loss Caps Off Nightmare Tuesday for Democrats

It may have not received the national attention and media coverage that was focused on Georgia but the Democrats also lost a special election in South Carolina on Tuesday night. In the race to fill the open seat of Trump administration budget director Mick Mulvaney, Republican Ralph Norman was the victor. It was the cherry on top of the cake ...

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