Given that Democrats in Virginia are toast if African American and female voters decide to hold them accountable for their racism and misogyny, New Journey PAC’s strategy aims right at the heart of the lies and hypocrisy that hold the Virginia Democratic coalition together.  To listen to New Journey PAC’s first ad or donate to the PAC, please click this link.

A group including many of conservatism’s most active constitutionalists has sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell rebutting the stream of lies and smears leveled at Steve Menashi by Rachel Maddow and the Left and urging that Menashi be promptly confirmed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

It's hard to say whether Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren’s latest sham (regarding her being fired from an early 70’s teaching job due to pregnancy) will signal a drop in her support. As time goes on it seems President Trump is looking stronger and stronger, and it’s more than just by default.

Today is the Tea Party Patriots “national day of action” to stop the impeachment of President Trump. Use the sample script in this email or use your own. The toll-free Capitol Switchboard is (1-866-220-0044) just call the number and ask for your Representative by name and tell them to REJECT IMPEACHMENT.

Senator Graham has a point about the government of Turkey’s enmity toward an independent Kurdistan and the danger a Turkish incursion poses to independence-minded Kurds, but he has it all backwards about the United States “abandoning” the Kurds.

President Trump will continue to draw criticism for his decision to pull U.S. forces out of Syria, but he’s doing the right thing. There simply isn’t a way to win by keeping the military involved in situations where they’re little more than human shields in the center of an ancient power struggle not of our making.

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Given that Democrats in Virginia are toast if African American and female voters decide to hold them accountable for their racism and misogyny, New Journey PAC’s strategy aims right at the heart of the lies and hypocrisy that hold the Virginia Democratic coalition together.  To listen to New Journey PAC’s first ad or donate to the PAC, please click this link.

A group including many of conservatism’s most active constitutionalists has sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell rebutting the stream of lies and smears leveled at Steve Menashi by Rachel Maddow and the Left and urging that Menashi be promptly confirmed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

It's hard to say whether Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren’s latest sham (regarding her being fired from an early 70’s teaching job due to pregnancy) will signal a drop in her support. As time goes on it seems President Trump is looking stronger and stronger, and it’s more than just by default.

Today is the Tea Party Patriots “national day of action” to stop the impeachment of President Trump. Use the sample script in this email or use your own. The toll-free Capitol Switchboard is (1-866-220-0044) just call the number and ask for your Representative by name and tell them to REJECT IMPEACHMENT.

Senator Graham has a point about the government of Turkey’s enmity toward an independent Kurdistan and the danger a Turkish incursion poses to independence-minded Kurds, but he has it all backwards about the United States “abandoning” the Kurds.

President Trump will continue to draw criticism for his decision to pull U.S. forces out of Syria, but he’s doing the right thing. There simply isn’t a way to win by keeping the military involved in situations where they’re little more than human shields in the center of an ancient power struggle not of our making.

The defeat of the conservative candidate in just one district could give Democrats the majority in the Virginia House of Delegates and the power to turn Virginia into another California. Today’s list of endorsements is the fourth in a series highlighting key races in this year’s must win Virginia legislative election.

Far Left billionaire and Nazi collaborator George Soros and radical pro-abortion political action committees have just poured an additional $2.45 million dollars into the campaign coffers of Planned Parenthood of Virginia and the the Virginia Democrats' abortion through birth legislative candidates.

As long as Trump remains in the White House RINOs like Mitt Romney and Jeff Flake will have a stump to stand on -- but no one listens. Trump’s GOP critics aren’t advancing the argument or the cause by sniping from Twitter or blubbering on liberal cable news shows. Some people never learn.

With just a month to go before Virginia’s crucial off-year legislative election, the defeat of the conservative candidate in just one district could give Democrats the majority in the Virginia House of Delegates and the power to turn Virginia into another California. Today’s list of endorsements is the third in a series highlighting key races in this year’s must win Virginia legislative election.

126 participants in the Conservative Action Project have released a letter to Congress saying it is becoming increasingly clear that this march toward impeachment is nothing more than a partisan coup d’état to overturn the 2016 election and prevent voters from making their own decision as to whether to reelect the president in 2020.

There’s little doubt the political species known as “Moderate Democrat” should be placed on an endangered list (if not already declared extinct). Moderation in Democrat-land earns you too many enemies and too few friends, a realization that more and more would-be candidates are discovering.

Front Page Headlines

  • David Catron, The American Spectator

    Democrats frequently speak of “rights,” yet they are unwilling to recognize those of Donald Trump — as if the president of the United States is not entitled to the protections guaranteed every American by the Constitution. Nor are they willing to live up to their own rhetoric on impeachment. We have a congressional impeachment inquiry declared illegitimate by a presidential administration that has already been deemed illegitimate by the very Democrats who are carrying out the investigation without following their own House rules or the Constitution. To yours truly, that looks a lot like a genuine constitutional crisis.

  • David Marcus, The Federalist

    The hypocritical NBA should not reward the illiberal and authoritarian Chinese government for its censorship policies while announcing a free for all on conservative political policies in the free United Sates. The NBA may well see itself as an ambassador for America and its values around the world, but when it defies those values to give comfort to dictators it also serves as an ambassador from China to the US. It sends the message, China is just a country, just like any other, there’s nothing wrong with China, and that is vastly more valuable to the communist government than any basketball game.

  • Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

    The NBA is just the latest willing serfcorp to go crawling to their Eastern masters. The tech overlords have been helping the Chinese police state do its thought policing for years. What do you want to bet that cheap Chinese crap you buy at Walmart is made by Uighur with a chain around his ankle? And Hollywood? The creative types used to fume when they got notes from smarmy suits in LA. Now they’re delighted to follow the commands of the Ministry of Proper Thoughts in Beijing. It’s not a question of whether our elite can be bought. They can. Like the man said, we have established what they are. The only question is the price.

  • Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

    Our ancestors were builders and pioneers and mostly fearless. We are regulators, auditors, bureaucrats, adjudicators, censors, critics, plaintiffs, defendants, social-media junkies, and thin-skinned scolds. A distant generation created; we mostly delay, idle, and gripe. As we walk amid the refuse, needles, and excrement of the sidewalks of our fetid cities; as we sit motionless on our jammed ancient freeways; and as we pout on Twitter and electronically whine in the porticos of our Ivy League campuses, will we ask: “Who were these people who left these strange monuments that we use but can neither emulate nor understand?”

  • Terence P. Jeffrey, CNS News

    Is there truly no "fixed external referent" that would indicate to a medical doctor — or even just a modestly intelligent person — that a particular individual happens to be male or female? If five Supreme Court justices decide in the funeral home case that a person's sex under Title VII is whatever the person says it is, the same logic applied to Title IX would mean that a high school boy could simply declare himself a female and then play on the girl's basketball team. But the ultimate issue here is not bathrooms or basketball courts. It is truth. A person's sex is an objective and unchangeable fact. To claim otherwise is simply a lie.

  • Rachel Bovard, American Greatness

    It’s a damning indictment of the Washington establishment that the Joe and Hunter Biden were allowed to persist with abject conflicts of interests to absolutely no condemnation or investigation. Rather, they were defended. But now, Democrats want to bring down onto President Trump the weight of the republic for similar allegations, but ones they can’t even prove happened. This is what shatters the faith of every-day Americans in our political process. This is the double standard that exists in Washington and the media for people who believe the “right” things. And it is the punitive, non-nuanced, destroy-now-and-wait-for-evidence-later standard that is applied to the rest of us.

  • Julie Kelly, American Greatness

    At the same time Perkins Coie hired Fusion GPS to dig up Russia-related dirt on Donald Trump, it hired CrowdStrike to investigate the hack of the DNC email systems. CrowdStrike, also at the same time, was working with the Obama Justice Department. Trump foes dismiss any scrutiny of CrowdStrike as part of a “conspiracy theory.” But the tangled web between CrowdStrike, Democratic operatives, the Trump-hating media and the Obama Justice Department isn’t a theory, it is fact. And since the firm played a critical early role in planting the Russia collusion hoax, Trump and his allies are right to raise more questions.

  • Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

    What has Durham found, possibly in concert with his superior AG William Barr, that necessitated expansion of his work? This indeed should strike fear in the hearts of the Democrats. The Department of Justice holds the whip hand. They can indict people. Yes, the Democratic Congress can impeach. And no wonder they are trying their best to do that now. They are riding high--or some of them may think they are. But most of the public doesn't know the full story or anything close. The truth rarely emerges quickly. One would advise the Democrats to reconsider, but they don't seem able to do it. They probably have too much to lose.

  • Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

    The abusive behavior, various tantrums and lawsuits, leaks and threats, and the deliberate attempt to overturn the 2016 election by impeachment have all been proof of the vital importance of Mr. Trump’s election. Democrats are essentially confessing that they know they cannot win the White House in 2020. We are simply now watching the system with the curtains pulled back, courtesy of our vote and Mr. Trump. Once again, the Trump election is exposing the inherent corruption at the foundation of our precious government. He is bearing the brunt of their rage, and we must stay focused so their corruption, and its concomitant soft coup, does not prevail.

  • Hunt Lawrence and Daniel J. Flynn, The American Spectator

    Rather than restrict access to stocks, Warren and other elected officials should encourage ownership of them. Opportunities increased for those who owned stock over the last decade or so, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average nearly quadrupled from its post meltdown nadir to now. If more Americans rather than fewer participated in this basic engine of economic progress, then the more egalitarian society Warren envisions might emerge. And even if inequalities persisted, which they certainly would, then at least those currently on the ragged edge of the middle class would more fully realize the American Dream.

  • L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

    Politico posted a curious headline the other day: "News anchors fight back against GOP senators' refusal to condemn Trump." At this point, is it really news that "news anchors" are fighting the GOP? Why should Republicans' avoidance of these channels be a scandal? What took so long? Republicans accomplish nothing by appearing on MSNBC and CNN other than giving them some notion of nonpartisan credibility, something they manifestly don't deserve. It's now a consistent pattern on Sunday morning shows — puffballs for Democrats, the third degree for Republicans. Is it really scandalous that Republicans are sick and tired of it?

  • Stephen Moore, Washington Times

    I've yet to hear an impassioned plea for faster growth from Democrats. Many of the candidates -- including Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders -- seem far more designed to reduce "inequality" or hand out free things to voters rather than expanding the economy. The policy ideas would divide the pie differently, rather than expand the size of the pie for everyone. So much for the JFK idea of a "rising tide lifting all boats." Economic growth should be a universal and undisputed goal, regardless of political party or ideology. With spending discipline, we can and will grow our way out of the debt crisis.

  • Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

    Saudi Arabia is tied down and arguably losing the war it launched against the Houthi rebels in 2015. Iran or its surrogates, with a handful of cruise missiles and drones, just shut down half of the Saudi oil production. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is awakening to his nation's vulnerability and may be looking to negotiate with Tehran. Among those objecting most loudly to an American withdrawal from the forever wars of the Middle East are those who were the most enthusiastic about plunging us in. And, yes, there is a price to be paid for letting go of an empire, but it is almost always less than the price of holding on.

  • Charles Hurt, Washington Times

    One bill in support of the Kurds has so much support in Congress, politicians claim, that it will be “veto-proof.” Wow. Can you imagine Congress cobbling together that much support for anything to help regular Americans? One Republican wagged his finger: “If the President sticks with this retreat, he needs to know that this bad decision will likely result in the slaughter of allies who fought with us, including women and children.” I am sorry, but they did not fight alongside us. We fought alongside them. This is not our war. It’s theirs. That is why it is called a “civil war.” And it is Syria’s civil war. Not ours.

  • Byron York, Washington Examiner

    Under questioning from Republicans during last Friday's impeachment inquiry interview with Atkinson, the inspector general revealed that the whistleblower's possible bias was not that he was simply a registered Democrat. It was that he had a significant tie to one of the Democratic presidential candidates currently vying to challenge President Trump. Republicans will want to know more about the origins of the whistleblower complaint, especially given the unorthodox use of whistleblower law involved. There is more to learn — like who the Democratic candidate is — before Republicans will say they know enough about what happened.