Rep. Louie Gohmert, one man with principles – and a gut level love for his country and constitutional liberty – can do what a gallery full of House Republican mice would never dare – get mad, get emotional, get angry and confront the Democrats about what really got 50 people killed in Orlando.

The Supreme Court injected immigration and judicial appointments right into the middle of the presidential race on Thursday and Trump should take advantage. Plus, The Donald’s anti-Hillary speech on Wednesday revealed Trump’s growth as a politician; CNN hires Corey Lewandowski, but we can’t quite figure out why, and, Gary Johnson knows he won’t win, so he just wants to get on TV.

Trump's comments about Hillary Clinton's plans to expand the refugee resettlement program are dead on. Nothing captures how the “iron triangle” of entrenched Washington insider interests uses its influence on Congress to raid the Treasury and betray the American people as does the refugee “resettlement” industry.

As much as the media wishes it were true, there is no way #NeverTrump’s convention delegate revolt can possibly succeed. Plus, Trump sharpens his general election message in scathing anti-Hillary speech; It’s official: Marco Rubio is running for reelection to his Florida senate seat, and, Results from primaries show Trump may have opening with young voters.

If shooting leaves you in terror and gives you “PTSD” after a few minutes on a gun range don’t buy a gun, and for sure don’t try to take mine.

There are a lot of parallels between 1964 and 2016, but the most important one is this: By defeating Goldwater, establishment Republicans created the opportunity for Democrats and their progressive Republican allies to bankrupt the country in a war that lacked a strategy for victory and to enact the regulatory and welfare regime that continues to plague our economy and limit our liberty fifty years on.

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Rep. Louie Gohmert, one man with principles – and a gut level love for his country and constitutional liberty – can do what a gallery full of House Republican mice would never dare – get mad, get emotional, get angry and confront the Democrats about what really got 50 people killed in Orlando.

The Supreme Court injected immigration and judicial appointments right into the middle of the presidential race on Thursday and Trump should take advantage. Plus, The Donald’s anti-Hillary speech on Wednesday revealed Trump’s growth as a politician; CNN hires Corey Lewandowski, but we can’t quite figure out why, and, Gary Johnson knows he won’t win, so he just wants to get on TV.

Trump's comments about Hillary Clinton's plans to expand the refugee resettlement program are dead on. Nothing captures how the “iron triangle” of entrenched Washington insider interests uses its influence on Congress to raid the Treasury and betray the American people as does the refugee “resettlement” industry.

As much as the media wishes it were true, there is no way #NeverTrump’s convention delegate revolt can possibly succeed. Plus, Trump sharpens his general election message in scathing anti-Hillary speech; It’s official: Marco Rubio is running for reelection to his Florida senate seat, and, Results from primaries show Trump may have opening with young voters.

If shooting leaves you in terror and gives you “PTSD” after a few minutes on a gun range don’t buy a gun, and for sure don’t try to take mine.

#NeverTrump is heaping scorn on Evangelical Christian leaders for supporting Donald Trump, but perhaps it is they who should be looking in the mirror in search of hypocrites. Plus, Trump’s Evangelical support team will work with him to advance cultural issues; By dumping Lewandowski, Trump signals he’s thinking about his legacy again, and, Poll shows race is closer than the media would have you believe.

There are a lot of parallels between 1964 and 2016, but the most important one is this: By defeating Goldwater, establishment Republicans created the opportunity for Democrats and their progressive Republican allies to bankrupt the country in a war that lacked a strategy for victory and to enact the regulatory and welfare regime that continues to plague our economy and limit our liberty fifty years on.

Corey Lewandoski’s firing as Donald Trump’s campaign manager is a sign the candidate recognizes the need for a change and is willing to make the necessary moves to facilitate it. Plus, Electing Hillary means four more years of the government targeting YOU; The whole story behind Marco Rubio’s wild ride to running for reelection, and, Trump staffer celebrates Lewandowski’s demise on Twitter, resigns.

There’s another threat that is every bit as dangerous – if not more dangerous – than importing jihad, and that’s the threat of economic meltdown caused by out-of-control congressional spending.

Donald Trump’s recent struggles with the media have #NeverTrumpers believing they’re about to take a scalp, but they’re sadly mistaken. Plus, #NeverTrump’s latest hope involves a secret delegate revolt; Trump tells GOP it’s a two-way street when it comes to helping him win, and, Trump suggests Jeb Bush (and Mitt Romney?) is behind coup rumors.

We think every American should read or hear this speech by Ted Cruz and Trump’s speech on Muslim terrorism from earlier this week. Their mutual understanding of how to fight and win the war Islam has declared on America and the West revives our faint hope that Trump and Cruz might find a way to work together in the campaign against Hillary Clinton.

Those Republicans who won’t support Trump publicly now are doing the work of the Democrats in bringing down the party and will be to blame if he loses in November. Plus, With an intractable establishment, Trump says he’s willing to go it alone if necessary; Ted Cruz may be the conservative future but he should get behind Trump now, and, Trump’s VP shortlist apparently does not include Iowa’s Joni Ernst.

Front Page Headlines

  • Mark Fitzgibbons, CNS News

    It seems that some liberal politicians believe it is acceptable to infringe on Second Amendment rights without due process guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment, while other liberal politicians love to infringe on First Amendment rights by evading the Fourth Amendment, which was supposed to protect papers and effects from unreasonable searches.

  • Patrick J. Buchanan, BernardGoldberg.com

    While making the case for the indictment of Hillary Clinton, Trump also outlined an agenda with appeal not only to nationalists, populists and conservatives but working-class and minority Democrats. Rough and raw as it was in parts, Donald Trump’s speech on Wednesday contains the elements of a campaign that can win.

  • Byron York, Washington Examiner

    Trump included actual substance in the speech — new policy proposals and promises — that escaped many observers. In a series of pledges to take action in his first 100 days as president, Trump said he would move on trade, business regulation, energy, and several other topics.

  • Jesse Byrnes, The Hill

    A triumphant Donald Trump on Friday pledged that the U.S. would remain a stalwart ally of Britain after the nation stunningly voted Thursday to leave the European Union. Trump, who had sided with those arguing for the so-called Brexit, slammed President Obama for lobbying Britain to stay in the EU. Trump called it yet another example of Obama getting it wrong on the international stage.

  • "Felix Veritas", QuinHillyer.com

    Follow Herb Brooks’ advice, GOP leaders. Attack. America needs it now. Desperately. Throw the Democrats’ game right back in their face, and start exposing them for what they really are. Poor Americans who continue voting Democrats into office need to know the truth about who they are electing, at least at the national level.

  • Mark Davis, Dallas Morning News

    One conservative truth is rock solid: it is wiser for conservatives to hope for, and actually work toward, a best-case-scenario with Trump than to whine and unplug and allow the known disasters that would flow from Barack Obama's third term.

  • Ben Domenech, The Federalist

    Don’t blame a people for turning on elites who thought they knew better but proved over and over that they didn’t. It is thoroughly rational to want something else instead. Even if that something else turns out not to deliver either, at least you know it’s not the same as what’s failed.

  • Rush Limbaugh, RushLimbaugh.com

    Trump basically said things about Hillary Clinton that you just don't hear Republicans saying.  You've heard them before.  You've heard them on this program, of course.  You've probably heard similar things that Trump said in other areas.  But you just do not hear Mitt Romney say this, for example.  You wouldn't hear the Bush family talk this way about Hillary.  You wouldn't. You just wouldn't hear it.

  • Michelle Goldberg, Slate

    Trump aimed straight at Clinton’s most-serious weaknesses, describing her as a venal tool of the establishment. “Hillary Clinton gave China millions of our best jobs and effectively let China completely rebuild itself,” he said. “In return, Hillary Clinton got rich!” He added, “She gets rich making you poor,” and called her possibly “the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency.”

  • Alex Isenstadt, Politico

    In a three-page letter sent to fellow RNC members, Bruce Ash, an Arizona Republican who oversees the committee’s permanent Rules Committee, laces into the organization for appointing establishment-minded figures who, he says, could overturn Trump’s nomination at the convention.

  • Evelyn Rupert, The Hill

    Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) shouted at Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) and other Democrats, yelling, "Radical Islam killed these people," pointing to posters with photos of gun violence victims. He was drowned out by chants from Democrats calling for "No bill, no break."

  • Erick Erickson, The Resurgent

    The Democrats are conceding that Barack Obama’s policies have failed and the terrorists have won. By their own standard from the Bush era, they now want to curtail our constitutional rights because they are scared and admit neither their President nor their god Uncle Sam can keep them safe. But they’ll be damned if you are allowed to keep yourself safe.

  • Sara Gonzales, RedState

    The Disney “princess culture” is harming your daughters, so says a new study recently published by Brigham Young University professor Sarah Coyne. “Disney Princesses: Not Brave Enough” explains that preschool girls engaging with Disney Princess culture were left more susceptible to “potentially damaging stereotypes.” But it was great if boys did it.

  • Jason Russell, Washington Examiner

    Running for office is a long process, and a lot happens behind the scenes before a candidate decides to run for office, like lining up potential donors and campaign staff. Even if he was still undecided a month ago, it seems like he was at least thinking about it.

  • Roger Craver and Mark Fitzgibbons, The Hill

    Attacking donor privacy by insinuating it has a negative influence on politics completely ignores its positive influence. It’s not just the right of liberals to band together through associations to criticize Republicans, or conservatives associating to criticize Democrats; donor privacy also protects liberals criticizing Democrats, and conservatives criticizing Republicans. Donor privacy also helps protect criticism of the IRS, the National Security Agency, Wall Street and other powerful institutions.