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Can We Pause the Border Wall and Concentrate on DC?

Has anyone noticed how stark the contrasts between patriotism, brains, and stupidity are now in politics? Movie stars, business owners, athletes, and others have great careers before them, but choose to destroy themselves and careers by entering politics and plummeting to the bottom of our societal system. Why – especially when their views are so extreme? Isn’t there a much ...

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The State Dept: A Perfect Example of the Bureaucratic Deep State

If you still think that electing this person or that will change the direction – or even save – the country, then you really don’t understand the Deep State, a.k.a. “The Swamp”. A perfect example comes in e US State Department and its embedded career political operatives. Susan Thornton was an Acting Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs ...

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Virginia Election Determined by Angry Swamp Creatures

The Virginia off–year election for governor demonstrates what would have happened last year if the Constitution didn’t require an Electoral College. Crony Conservative Ed Gillespie carried 82 counties compared to Democrat Ralph Northam’s 13. The 69–county advantage didn’t mean squat though. All that counted was Northam’s 230,853 vote margin that put him in the governor’s mansion. I assumed that Gillespie’s ...

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“Draining the Swamp” Isn’t a Part–Time Job

When the leftists at the Washington Post start offering relationship advice a Republican knows he could be on the cusp of something big. A recent WaPost headline warned, “Trump’s baffling attacks on McConnell could be costly to the president.” “Cost” here is mainly a function of how often Trump is hoping to eat in the Senate’s invitation–only dining room. Otherwise ...

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Jason Chaffetz Wants Taxpayers to Cough Up $2,500 Per Month Housing Stipend for Congress

You have to give it to Congressman Jason Chaffetz, he has some serious chutzpah. The retiring Utah Republican is calling for taxpayers to cough up an additional $2,500 per month for members of Congress as a housing stipend. That would be a total of $30,000 per year for all 535 lawmakers. According to the outgoing House Oversight Committee chairman, it’s ...

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