transition

The Mental Dismemberment of Children: Part Two

In November, 1992, following the election of Bill Clinton, Marc Tucker, president of the National Center for Education and the Economy (NCEE) wrote an 18-page letter to Hillary Clinton. He excitedly outlined the opportunity the Clintons now had to “remold the entire American system…” Today, the proposal Tucker made to Hillary Clinton that fateful day is now completely in place.

Trump’s Transition: So Far, So Good

Andrew McCarthy, National Review

Trump won’t even be president for another six weeks. The incoming administration is still a work in progress, the president-elect is still tweeting the night away, and plenty could still go wrong. But those of us who worried aloud that there might not be much daylight between Trump and Clinton are thankfully being proved wrong.

Trump's A-Team

Daniel Henninger, Wall Street Journal

The Trump transition has been talking to and appointing some of the most accomplished and serious individuals in Republican and conservative politics. Donald Trump isn’t pulling rabbits out of a hat. Somebody at team Trump has a first-rate Rolodex.

The Heritage Foundation is Trump’s shadow transition team

Katie Glueck, Politico

“We’re just thrilled with what we see from the transition, it gets better every day. To the extent Heritage is involved in it, hats off to Heritage,” said Richard Viguerie. “Conservatives would expect Heritage to be at the center of anything that’s important to dealing with conservative issues, causes, the movement.”

Trump cranks up speed of transition

Matthew Nussbaum, Politico

After days of chaos in his transition effort Trump is now moving full-speed ahead on the massive task of preparing to take over the White House. Three major appointments were announced Friday, with Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) picked for attorney general, retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn named national security adviser, and Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) nominated to lead the CIA.

Cruz: 'Complete silliness’ to suggest Trump’s team is struggling

Mark Hensch, The Hill

“Any transition is like drinking from a fire hose,” the former GOP presidential candidate said on "Fox & Friends." "You have to do an incredible amount of work in a short amount of time. Nobody should be surprised there’s media elites trying to throw rocks at the president-elect and his transition team.”

Obama’s Fair Words and Foul Deeds on the Transition

No matter what he says about a smooth transition, Obama is still President and that means his Far-Left agenda will continue unabated until Donald Trump takes the oath of office.