Tag Archives: Mitch McConnell

If It Didn’t Work This Time, Maybe Next

Rob Meyne

  • Sept. 25, 2019
  • 3 min read

One of the many truisms about the political debates in America is how incredibly predictable they are. If you look at any of the positions of Democratic candidates for president, and their counterparts in Congressional leadership, and ask what position they are likely to take on any issue, the answer can usually be found by answering this question: what will give them the most power?

The key motivator for those on the left is not to improve lives, make the nation stronger, or curb the heartbreak of psoriasis; it is to increase their power. Examples to the contrary are as hard to find as the tooth fairy, Sasquatch, or moderate Democrats.
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NEWS FEED THURSDAY: Trump’s Critical Judicial Revolution

J Robert Smith

  • Sept. 12, 2019
  • 2 min read

“As of today’s confirmation votes, Trump and McConnell have confirmed 150 judges to the federal bench — a group that can overwhelmingly be described as narrow-minded and elitist, favoring corporations and the powerful over the interests of all Americans,” said Marge Baker, executive vice president of the People for the American Way.

— The Washington Times, September 11, 2019

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People for the American Way, a misnamed left-wing outfit is in full grouse mode. Why? Because President Trump just made his 150th appointment to the federal bench. The pace and number of appointments are historic, per the Washington Times. But there’s much more.
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Democrats’ Dayton Silence

J Robert Smith

  • Aug. 7, 2019
  • 2 min read

Banging the drums loudest about the El Paso and Dayton mass shootings, Beto, Bernie, Biden, and Liz Warren. Not, mind you, to mourn the dead and commiserate with the bereaved. Expressions of sympathy were cursory from that unfabulous four. But to dump on Trump. To brand the president a white supremacist sympathizer, a gun-happy, wannbe exterminator of Hispanics. Or so MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace claimed – until she backtracked.
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