More jobs, better construction, lower costs -- these are just a few of the things we can expect from President Donald J. Trump's infrastructure plan, which is why getting this bill approved by Congress should be the President's next main focus. http://bit.ly/2ngrH85
President Trump took to his Twitter account this morning to point fingers for the failure of Trumpcare. Much like Hillary Clinton after the election, Trump didn't take responsibility for the legislative loss himself. He instead chose to point fingers, so that left two options: 1) Blame those who want BIG and more intrusive government, or 2) Blame those who want more freedom. Guess which one he chose to attack?
If interfering in other people's elections is an "act of war," as Dick Cheney claimed was the alleged Russian interference in our election, what does it mean that the US has intervened some 81 times in other countries' elections? Mr. Cheney? More in today's Liberty Report: Dick Cheney Surfaces: Claims Interfering In Elections "An Act Of War" https://youtu.be/fj4CQmBbDsk
Uh-oh. My staff is fighting again. Robert Laurie disagrees with Dan's recent healthcare stance, and he's fed up with mealy-mouthed, congressional cowards. He lets them have it with both barrels. Check it out...
NY Times Magazine recently reported a quote by White House strategist Stephen Bannon that showed a glimpse into his perception of the two political parties. It's not very encouraging if you're a lover of freedom. To be fair, Bannon accurately described Democrats as "fundamentally afflicted with the inability to discuss and have an adult conversation about economics and jobs, because they’re too consumed by identity politics." That's pretty much spot on. However, Bannon then went off the rails in describing Republicans as being all about "theoretical Cato Institute, Austrian economics, [and] limited government — which just doesn’t have any depth to it. They’re not living in the real world." That's a very inaccurate read on Republicans for sure. Read a scorching rebuttal below: