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13 Key Takeaways From President Trump’s Epic State Of The Union Address

The decision to be hostile throughout the speech caused Democrats to look small and petty, particularly as President Trump spoke of big successes and big goals for the future.
5, 2020   By
President Donald Trump’s rousing State of the Union address to a divided Congress encouraged his supporters with bold defense of conservative values, overtly reached out to independents on the basis of successful implementation of domestic policy goals, and in so doing enraged the Democrat left on what was already a difficult day for them.
Trump highlighted the booming economy, articulated his foreign policy, and tied his vision for the American future to its heroic past and frontier spirit. He also gave a scholarship in real time, bestowed a Medal of Freedom in real time, and dramatically reunited a family with their soldier husband and father, making for the most emotional State of the Union address since President Reagan first began highlighting American heroes in the gallery during his annual address.    More…

C-Span Callers Express Disgust with Dems After SOTU: ‘I Will Never Vote Democrat Again’

A new low at this year’s State of the Union Address

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February 5, 2020  By Debra Heine, American Greatness

With the notable exception of Senator Kyrsten Sinema, the Democrat Socialists on Capitol Hill seem to have no idea that their petulant and disrespectful behavior turns off average American voters—including longtime Democrats.

Democrat lawmakers appear to have made the mistake of believing that the hard-core leftists on political Twitter and other social media  represent all Democrat voters, and have adjusted their stances accordingly.  More…

Economics Reality

From the one and only Walter Williams…
February 5, 2020    By Walter Williams, Townhall
I have been teaching economics since 1967 — 40 years of it at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. During that interval, economic reality has not changed. Just as Galileo’s law about the independent influence of gravity on falling objects has not changed, neither have the fundamental principles of economics. Economics is fun and simple. It’s made complicated by some economics professors — fortunately, not by my colleagues at George Mason University. Let’s apply some simple tools of economics to reveal outright myths, lies and tricks.  More…

Rewatch the Super Bowl Ad Honoring the American Flag Featuring Johnny Cash and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter

February 3, 2020   By Julio Rosas, Townhall

Rewatch the Super Bowl Ad Honoring the American Flag Featuring Johnny Cash and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter
The Fox network aired a tribute to the United States of America and its flag before Super Bowl LIV kicked off on Sunday. The ad featured Medal of Honor recipient Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, families of victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and had Johnny Cash’s “Ragged Old Flag” as its soundtrack.  More…

LIVE: Drunkblogging the Iowa Caucuses

February 3, 2020   By Stephen Green, PJ Media

If you need a rundown on how tonight’s caucuses are supposed to function, before the infinite number of monkeys with their infinite number of wrenches go to work on the process, I have that for you up here. It’s a nifty primer to help you understand the Iowa caucuses without having to think very much.

You’re welcome, America.    More…