President Donald Trump emphasized the importance of eradicating the Islamic State from the face of the earth during his first State of the Union address Tuesday night, taking credit for the group losing nearly 100 percent of its territory in Iraq and …
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President Donald Trump gave a unifying first State of the Union speech—and while most Americans loved it, some on the left are losing it. We… Read More
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Venezuela has rejected a United Nations proposal to send its longstanding border dispute with neighboring Guyana to an international court.
Fox News, by Caleb Parke Posted By: NorthernDog- Wed, 31 04 2018 08:04:46 GMT A California professor’s controversial social justice lecture on “the abolition of white democracy” has gone viral after a student videotaped the anti’Trump presentation and shared it online. During the talk, Diablo Valley College Professor Albert Ponce labeled President Trump a white supremacist and encouraged students in attendance to violate American laws. (Snip) The political science professor also says the U.S. Constitution is a “white man’s constitution” and praises Karl Marx, who wrote “The Communist Manifesto,” as “one of the most profound thinkers in the history of western philosophy.” Standing in front of a slide showing a picture of Trump and
Time Magazine, by Tessa Berenson Posted By: NorthernDog- Wed, 31 08 2018 08:08:39 GMT In terms of presidential communications, the State of the Union address is the opposite of a tweet. It’s long — more than 5,000 words instead of just 280 characters. It’s lofty — full of calls for unity instead of personal attacks. And it’s thoughtful — drafted by a team of advisers over the course of weeks instead of fired off from a smart phone. But as President Trump gave his first State of the Union address to a sharply divided country Tuesday, the different format obscured deeper similarities. Beneath the more measured tone and carefully considered words, Trump still flicked
Fox News Insider, by Staff Posted By: NorthernDog- Wed, 31 52 2018 08:52:27 GMT Why didn´t Democrats stand for President Trump´s State of the Union address? Social media stars Diamond & Silk sounded off Wednesday after most Democrats remained seated, even during Trump´s remarks on economic success and opportunity. The Congressional Black Caucus notably remained seated when Trump touted African’American unemployment hitting a record low. “These people are back in the 60s. This is 2018,” said Lynette Hardaway. “We are in a new era, a new America. This man is truly making America great again. Why wouldn´t you be happy with us having more money in our pockets? [Democrats] want to hand you crumbs.” She
Townhall.com, by Matt Vespa Posted By: Flipper3- Wed, 31 53 2018 08:53:21 GMT As soon as the President Trump’s State of the Union speech was finished, Democrats bolted for the exits. They had had enough. For nearly an hour and a half, Democrats scowled and looked abjectly miserable. Part of it is that they hate Trump; part of it is that they hate his agenda, and a large part of it is due to the fact that Hillary Clinton will never deliver a State of the Union address. Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D’MA), whose grandfather is the late Robert F. Kennedy, delivered one of five Democratic rebuttals, where he rehashed some of Obama
New York Magazine, by Ed Kilgore Posted By: NorthernDog- Wed, 31 56 2018 08:56:35 GMT It’s just one poll from one polling outlet (albeit one given an A+ rating for accuracy and sound methodology by FiveThirtyEight). But for Democrats already concerned about the love shown the president in snap polls following last night’s State of the Union Address, the first 2018 national survey from Monmouth University lands like a punch in the mouth. (Snip) Worst of all for Dems, a 15’point advantage in the generic congressional ballot in December (51/36) is now down to two points (47/45). This equals the smallest Democratic advantage in any poll since the beginning of the current election cycle. Yes,
Townhall.com, by Katie Pavlich Posted By: Flipper3- Wed, 31 59 2018 08:59:30 GMT MSNBC host Joy Reid is known for her outlandish and ugly statements full of factual errors, but last night during the State of the Union she took things to another level. During President Trump´s speech, Reid said American institutions like church, police, the military and the National Anthem are all from a bygone era that should be forgotten. (Snip) Church, family, police, military and the National Anthem are hardly part of a bygone era, but instead represent the best of what America has to offer. In fact, we saw examples last night during President Trump´s address.