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Republicans Defending Adam Schiff?

In this article we list just a few of the blatant lies that Schiff has put into the public record in his attempt to overturn the 2016 election. If this litany isn’t worthy of censure we can’t imagine what Schiff would have to do to earn the opprobrium of the sixteen House Republicans who refused to cosponsor the Andy Biggs censure resolution.

Assault on America, Day 294: State Department deep staters don’t like Trump. Need we worry?

Sympathy only extends so far when reports surface of poor morale in a federal department due to the Trump administration’s leaders and policies. Diplomats at the State Department don’t have to like what they’re told to do. The days of swamp creatures calling the shots are over. And that’s a good thing.

Assault on America, Day 293: AOC endorsement reveals deep crack in Democrats’ unity wall

The desperate Democrat Party is looking for a champion. AOC’s relatively early endorsement of Bernie Sanders perhaps indicates the party’s carefully fostered appearance of unity is beginning to dissolve. As the battle between the radicals and the establishment continues, it promises to get interesting.

Assault on America, Day 292: ‘Tis the season for a Democrat impeachment witch hunt?

A number of pundits have suggested Trump purposely manipulated Nancy Pelosi into impeachment knowing it would never work and therefore Democrats would be exposed for the frauds that they are. It’s the highest stakes form of “I dare you” of all-time, and we’re yet to find out whether liberals will actually go through with it.

Assault on America, Day 289: First Dems grab your guns, then they’ll return for your religion

Common sense says it could only be a matter of years before Americans aren’t allowed to own guns or practice their religions if Democrats crawl back into power. Institutional protections and guarantees don’t mean squat when you’ve got self-interested leaders in charge. “Beto” was dumb enough to reveal our future -- take heed.

Assault on America, Day 288: Americans can’t wait to vote for president in 2020. Here’s why.

Any way you slice it, Donald Trump evokes strong reactions from Americans on both sides of the ideological fence. If polls indicate people are already eager to cast votes for the next president, it’s not difficult to see why. Some predict a record voter turnout…who will prevail?

Assault on America, Day 287: Democrats pick a little, talk a little, cheep a lot, say nothing

There will be a Democrat name on the ballot opposite President Trump in less than thirteen months (assuming nothing comes from the impeachment farce). Tuesday night’s “debate” did little to clarify who that name will be. When all was said and done, there was more picking than talking -- a bad sign for the party out of the White House.

Assault on America, Day 286: 12 Democrats on one debate stage equals more trouble for liberals

Regardless of what happens during the Democrat debate tonight it’s clear the party is in trouble. Nancy Pelosi’s impeachment witch-hunt has effectively stolen all the thunder from the party presidential race, a bad thing considering it wasn’t all that exciting to begin with. Will anyone even watch?

Assault on America, Day 285: Could it get any worse? Democrats ponder a President Pelosi

There’s little doubt we’re living in extraordinary times. What seemed to make sense for well over two-hundred years no longer governs in twenty-first century American politics. The only thing that’s certain to come from impeachment are unintended consequences, something Democrats better realize before they take the most drastic steps forward.

Assault on America, Day 282: Liar Pocahontas Warren fibs her way to Democrat polling lead

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.

Why should Republicans' avoidance of these channels be a scandal?

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.

Assault on America, Day 281: G. Washington supplied the impetus for pulling out of Syria

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.

Hawks Melt Down Over Syria Pull-Out

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.

The No Civil War Left Behind Act

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.

Assault on America, Day 280: It’s RINO Mitt Romney and the establishment boys vs. Trump

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.

CHQ Endorsements Virginia House of Delegates Group Two

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.

Assault on America, Day 279: Most endangered animal in American politics? Moderate Democrat

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.

Assault on America, Day 278: Joe Biden, Hunter, and the photo that wrecked a campaign

With facts yet to come out in the Ukraine/Hunter Biden scandal, it’s difficult to tell exactly how damaged Joe Biden will be at the end of it all. Some claim Democrats are moving the controversy forward to get rid of Joe; but it seems like Biden’s doing a pretty good job of eliminating himself on his own.

ConservativeHQ Endorsements: Virginia State Senate Candidates

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