Forty-four conservative leaders, including CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie, wrote to the GOP Congress telling them the American people took seriously their campaign promises. They should cut wasteful spending, rebuild our national defense, stop amnesty and finally repeal Obamacare.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ended the lawless policy of the Obama administration when Attorneys General Eric Holder and Lorretta Lynch issued “guidance” almost at will to circumvent Congress and the checks and balances built into our Constitution.

This month’s elections should serve as a wakeup call for Trump and the GOP but the Twitter “wars” will only matter so much once it becomes evident the party’s policies are benefitting the economy. Trump may not make America Great Again via Twitter, but people may sense it’s happening in spite of it.

“Every election counts in the race for life,” Evangelist Dr. Alveda King says. “Judge Roy Moore stands for the sanctity of human life from the womb to the tomb. Doug Jones does not. We must always vote our values. Life is a civil right.”

The two political sides will continue to accuse each other of disqualifying transgressions that could conceivably bring government business to a standstill. Both sides can’t be right; thankfully conservatives have men like Neil Gorsuch to act as shining examples of integrity.

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Forty-four conservative leaders, including CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie, wrote to the GOP Congress telling them the American people took seriously their campaign promises. They should cut wasteful spending, rebuild our national defense, stop amnesty and finally repeal Obamacare.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ended the lawless policy of the Obama administration when Attorneys General Eric Holder and Lorretta Lynch issued “guidance” almost at will to circumvent Congress and the checks and balances built into our Constitution.

This month’s elections should serve as a wakeup call for Trump and the GOP but the Twitter “wars” will only matter so much once it becomes evident the party’s policies are benefitting the economy. Trump may not make America Great Again via Twitter, but people may sense it’s happening in spite of it.

“Every election counts in the race for life,” Evangelist Dr. Alveda King says. “Judge Roy Moore stands for the sanctity of human life from the womb to the tomb. Doug Jones does not. We must always vote our values. Life is a civil right.”

The two political sides will continue to accuse each other of disqualifying transgressions that could conceivably bring government business to a standstill. Both sides can’t be right; thankfully conservatives have men like Neil Gorsuch to act as shining examples of integrity.

On Indian Reservations there is little or no accountability, no oversight or enforcement authority of a state Secretary of State on Election Day, and to be blunt, that is exactly how Democratic Senator Jon Tester became a Senator in 2007, and remains in office to this day.

There is still a lot of work to be done to get a tax reform bill through the Senate, but the House bill is a start, and, with its extensive economic growth and job creation features, it is a better start than we initially thought it would be.

"There's been comments about me taking a stand," said Judge Roy Moore at a press conference hosted by a dozen national faith leaders. "I'll quit standing when they lay me in that box and put me in the ground."

Ben Franklin allegedly once said, “We are all born ignorant but one must work hard to remain stupid.” With the rush to judge “normal” people and believe the bizarre claims of freakish outcasts these days, there’s an awful lot of stupidity maintenance work going on in abundance.

We have an exclusive look at the letter Judge Moore's lawyers sent to the Alabama Media Group demanding they retract false and malicious reports. If Judge Moore is fighting the accusations, but Congress is paying millions to hush-up sexual harassment claims, shouldn't those Members be outed and forced to resign?

Unlike Obama, whose trade policies exported American jobs, not American goods, President Trump is conducting himself as the salesman in chief for American jobs and American products.

No doubt the ongoing NFL protest controversy isn’t contributing to the advancement of political discourse in this country. The debasement of the American flag has already shown itself in the mindsets of young people in this country. Where do we possibly go from here?

Front Page Headlines

  • William Murchison, The American Spectator

    The larger intent behind Thanksgiving cries out for wider recognition. The intent is that we should assess, with deliberation, the very real blessings that have come our way since the last Thanksgiving. And that we should then do one of two things: offer satisfied smiles or — such was the hope of our national leaders — give due thanks to God as the author of all genuine blessings.

  • Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

    Since 1962, this nation has dethroned its God and begun debates about which of the flawed but great men who created it should be publicly dishonored. Are we really a better country today than we were then, when all the world looked to America as the land of the future?

  • Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

    The idea that the United States can customarily win a war quickly without using its full power or marshalling public support remains difficult. And it’s very rare that the U.S. faces existential threats prompting the full use of U.S. military superiority and earning the determination of an aggrieved public to purse unconditional surrender at any cost.

  • Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

    To ask the question why liberals have been such hypocrites about their treatment of women and about women's rights is not to say that conservatives haven't been. They have. And some of their actions have been pretty bad. But by comparison, GOP hypocrisy in this area has been quite literally dwarfed by the Democrats.

  • Walter E. Williams, CNS News

    The bottom-line question for black parents and black people in general is: Which is better, a black student's being admitted to an elite college and winding up in the bottom of his class or flunking out or being admitted to a less prestigious college and performing just as well as his white peers and graduating? I would opt for the latter. You might ask, "Williams, but how will the nation's elite colleges fulfill their racial diversity needs?" My answer is that's their problem.

  • Melissa Quinn, Washington Examiner

    White House national security adviser H.R. McMaster reportedly said President Trump had the intelligence of a "kindergartner" and called him an "idiot" and a "dope" during a private dinner over the summer in Washington. Sources told BuzzFeed that McMaster mocked Trump’s intelligence during a dinner in July with Safra Catz, the CEO of software company Oracle.

  • Byron York, Washington Examiner

    The bottom line appears to be that the FBI and the Justice Department are not vouching for the accuracy of the substantive allegations of collusion in the dossier. Indeed, a careful reading of Adam Schiff's interview with the Wall Street Journal suggests even the combative top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee isn't doing so, either. The most explosive parts of the dossier remain unverified.

  • Stephen Moore, Washington Times

    The best indication that this is all working is the rise of what I call the “tax bill cry baby caucus.” This group consists of health insurance companies, Obamacare supporters, public employee unions, state and local officials, the welfare lobby, municipal bond traders, sociology professors, lobbyists, and, most of all, the liberal politicians — who are funded by all of the above. Not only are we getting pro-growth tax policy, President Trump and the GOP are finally draining the swamp.

  • David Catron, The American Spectator

    I seem to remember promises about reducing costs, increasing access, and improving quality of care for all Americans. Like most of the public, I never believed that BS, but millions of progressives did. Now it’s time to pay for their magical thinking. Yet they still don’t want to face this undeniable reality — they got punked. Obamacare is, and always was, a scam. It’s time to wake up and smell the fair trade coffee.

  • Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

    It's hard to escape the reaction with the news of his death at 83 just now breaking that we were all part of this "Helter Skelter," that it was an Hieronymus Bosch-type nightmare in which we all participated. I know that's harsh, but I think my generation created the path for Manson. We prepared the field, as it were. The self-indulgent dreams of the sixties found their bitter fruit in this tiny, twisted, but evidently charismatic man.

  • Genevieve Wood, CNS News

    Unfortunately, the only actions many in Congress seem interested in taking when it comes to immigration reform are the tried and true failed policies of the past. Give amnesty now to those here illegally with a promise of later securing the border and doing the hard work to improve our country’s immigration system. It’s time lawmakers know that game is over.

  • John Fund, National Review

    The key to revitalizing the American economy and creating good jobs is to pass tax reform this year. It will be no panacea, but the absence of real structural changes in our tax code for the past 30 years has clearly set us back. Now is the time to seize the opportunity for change. If we flub it, we could face a Japanese-style sluggish economy that could sap our innovative spirit and also create social tensions.

  • Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

    Why is the containment of China in Asia the responsibility of a United States 12 time zones away? For while China seeks to dominate Eurasia, she appears to have no desire to threaten the vital interests of the United States. China’s Communism appears to be an ideology disbelieved by her own people, that she does not intend to impose it on Asia or the world. Again, are we Americans up for a Second Cold War, and, if so, why?

  • Carl M. Cannon, Orange County Register

    American corporations can return their operations to the U.S., open new plants, invest in new technologies and new businesses, and pay their workers higher wages. Or those corporate executives can buy more yachts and company jets, award themselves huge stock options and obscene bonuses, hand out dividends to shareholders, exploit their own workers, and continue to look at quarterly profits as the Holy Grail — to the detriment of the country. Corporate America, it’s your move.

  • Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review

    If he fails to resign, expulsion proceedings should commence forthwith. Democrats like to posture about the “war on women.” Shouldn’t Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell force them to take an accountable vote on Al Franken? And if there is any thought of refusing to seat Roy Moore, wouldn’t a Franken expulsion put Alabama voters on notice, before they go to the polls on December 12, of the Senate’s disqualification standard in our new era of heightened awareness?