2016 election

100 Days of Trump: Observations of Inauguration 2017, the day America was reborn

Now that he’s been sworn-in, Donald Trump has let the genie out of the proverbial bottle and we aren’t going back. Plus, Protestors tried to ruin Trump’s inauguration day – it didn’t work, and, Anti-Trump forces would actually do much better for their causes by joining Trump.

Transition to Trump: History will mark today as the day America became great again

No one knows how successful Donald Trump will be in “Making America Great Again” but we can be very sure he’ll give it his best shot. Plus, As Trump takes office, plans are already in place to slice the size of the federal government, and, Trump won’t let the Democrats’ stonewalling of cabinet nominees stop him from making change right away.

John McCain is Shocked, Shocked to Discover Russian Meddling in U.S. Elections

Senator McCain is shocked at the hack of a private party in which no national secrets were compromised or business technologies stolen. Rather, the release actually benefited the American public because the information obtained highlighted the sleaze surrounding the Clintons.

The Left’s Selective Outrage Over Alleged Voter Fraud

Jason Snead, CNS News

They say the first step to solving a problem is admitting you have one, and when it comes to voter fraud, it’s long past time for America’s elected leaders—both on the right and the left—to admit the ugly truth: Voter fraud exists, and we need sensible policies to detect and prevent it. Heritage has proposed several such policies, including voter identification laws and routine checks of voter rolls.

Boom: Record 27 million guns bought in 2016

Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner

Driven by terror threats and a potential Hillary Clinton administration, sales of guns in America soared to record levels in 2016, according to the FBI. Just released FBI background check numbers, which roughly equate gun sales, totaled some 27,538,673, 4 million more than in 2015 and nearly double the number in President Obama's first year.

How Catholics Swung the Electoral College to Donald Trump

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Trump won by “a victory of increments” in key states that relied upon adding new voters; disaffected traditional Democrats and increments of other demographics, such as African-Americans and Hispanics, and especially Catholics, to build a new Republican-voting coalition.

Transition to Trump: The prospect of change in 2017 makes it a very happy new year

It’s very hard to predict what government will look like at the end of 2017, but one thing’s for sure – it will be different than it is today. Plus, Trump sends out markers that the press’s Obama honeymoon is over, and, Half the public is skeptical of Trump’s abilities, but his congressional outreach will improve his numbers.

2016, the Year That Time Remembered

Daniel Flynn, The American Spectator

Merriam-Webster, for reasons mostly pertaining to Trump, dubbed “surreal” its word of the year. The foreign yet familiar phrase “déjà vu,” the results of November notwithstanding, fits the times better. Two-thousand sixteen, we’ve been there, done that.