DC Health Link has 20 private health insurance options to choose from, big companies like CareFirst and Kaiser Permanente. For 2017 small businesses -- like the United States Congress -- have 151 health plan options from Aetna, CareFirst, Kaiser and United. However, if you live in Virginia, Iowa, Tennessee or someplace else in flyover country you may be down to one or no choice in health insurance.

Salman Ramadan Abedi detonated the bomb that killed 22 at the Manchester concert and maimed dozens more, however, in creating an ungoverned space in Libya and Syria and, loosing Islamism from the suppression of secularists like Muamar Gaddafi and Bashar al-Assad, Hillary Clinton is just as guilty of the deaths.

Democrats and the media are hanging all their hopes on the unlikely prospect that some damaging evidence will turn up linking Trump to Russia. When it doesn’t happen – and they have to return to talking about the issues – they’ll face an angry public just itching to make them pay.

Sen. John McCain and other RINOs have declared President Trump's budget DOA. This is the kind of “Republican” policy that has federal spending on autopilot while tax collections are at record highs and the federal deficit is also at a record high.

While Democrats will claim this is all 501(c)(4) nonprofit political activity, the money that funds both the violent front and the pre-violent front in the Far Left’s war on America comes from exactly the same sources.

The country won’t improve until Americans call out the media in large enough numbers to not only affect the bottom-line, but also pull the plug on the false assumptions underlying the liberal agenda. Only then will we realize how much is too much.

CHQ Exclusives

DC Health Link has 20 private health insurance options to choose from, big companies like CareFirst and Kaiser Permanente. For 2017 small businesses -- like the United States Congress -- have 151 health plan options from Aetna, CareFirst, Kaiser and United. However, if you live in Virginia, Iowa, Tennessee or someplace else in flyover country you may be down to one or no choice in health insurance.

Salman Ramadan Abedi detonated the bomb that killed 22 at the Manchester concert and maimed dozens more, however, in creating an ungoverned space in Libya and Syria and, loosing Islamism from the suppression of secularists like Muamar Gaddafi and Bashar al-Assad, Hillary Clinton is just as guilty of the deaths.

Democrats and the media are hanging all their hopes on the unlikely prospect that some damaging evidence will turn up linking Trump to Russia. When it doesn’t happen – and they have to return to talking about the issues – they’ll face an angry public just itching to make them pay.

Sen. John McCain and other RINOs have declared President Trump's budget DOA. This is the kind of “Republican” policy that has federal spending on autopilot while tax collections are at record highs and the federal deficit is also at a record high.

While Democrats will claim this is all 501(c)(4) nonprofit political activity, the money that funds both the violent front and the pre-violent front in the Far Left’s war on America comes from exactly the same sources.

The country won’t improve until Americans call out the media in large enough numbers to not only affect the bottom-line, but also pull the plug on the false assumptions underlying the liberal agenda. Only then will we realize how much is too much.

In this six-part series we detail the ties between various Far-Left organizations funded by George Soros and the Democracy Alliance, the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee and their plans to instigate riots across America and incite violence at Donald Trump's 2016 campaign events.

With Christians around the world under attack as never before, and some of Christianity’s most ancient congregations in danger of extinction, we hope President Trump’s visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher will mark the renewal of America's long commitment to protecting persecuted Christians.

In the end Donald Trump’s presidency will likely rise or fall with the conclusions of the special counsel on the Russian-meddling investigation. If the case against him is truly as flimsy as it appears on the surface, Democrats are the ones who will suffer the most from pursuing it.

Why is President Trump doubling down on an unnecessary Middle Eastern war on behalf of an authoritarian regime guilty of promoting Islamic radicalism? Washington should not sacrifice U.S. interests to benefit the Saudi royals.

There was one key point that was missing from the President’s public remarks that we hope he made behind the closed doors of his meetings with the Saudis and other leaders of Muslim-majority countries.

Diana West and Rod Wheeler have identified the two crimes that the FBI should be investigating, and they have nothing to do with Donald Trump and his successful campaign for President, and everything to do with the wrongdoing and cover-up at the Democratic National Committee.

Front Page Headlines

  • Michael Barone, Washington Examiner

    My tentative conclusion is that Trump is more of a conventional president than he promised or than his critics fear. His early-morning tweets are unnerving; his propensity for unrehearsed ad libs is potentially dangerous; his taste in interior decoration is appalling. Now the question is whether Trump, after acting like a president abroad, can start doing so at home.

  • Megan Opera, The Federalist

    Trump wants to make it clear that it’s the Muslim world, not the United States, that must lead the way in pushing back against Islamism. Part and parcel of that message is the fact that the United States isn’t going to bring democracy to the world as part of its counter-terrorism strategy—a significant departure from the Bush administration’s strategic efforts to establish democratic regimes in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Ken Klukowski, Breitbart

    While polls taken before his multinational tour showed the president’s polls numbers dropping several points in the wake of news developments cast in a negative light by many establishment media outlets, Rasmussen may be the first daily tracker to reflect the positive news emerging from Trump’s meetings and summits, in which the American president looks commanding, decisive, gracious, and very much belonging on the world stage alongside other leaders, many of whom are praising him and looking for U.S. support.

  • Stephen Moore, Investor's Business Daily

    In 1983, the economic growth rate during the first months of the Reagan tax cuts eclipsed 8%, and economists and politicians started yelping that the economy was churning so fast it was "overheating." That rapid return to prosperity helped the Gipper win a 49-state landslide the next year. Now we're being told that America can't grow at even a mediocre 3%? If liberals don't believe that Trump can succeed where Obama failed, there is an obvious way to find out. Get out of Trump's way and let's see if he can prove it.

  • R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., The American Spectator

    Broadcasting will never be the same after Roger Ailes, the begetter of Fox News on cable, died last week. He alone made it happen. He challenged the Kultursmog. He won. He beat it night after night, day after day, and now others networks are rising to challenge the dispensers of the smog.

  • Terence P. Jeffrey, CNS News

    “The Budget proposes to begin shutting down the National Endowment for the Arts in 2018, given the notable funding support provided by private and other public sources and because the Administration does not consider NEA activities to be core Federal responsibilities,” says an administration report on the “Major Savings and Reforms” in the budget proposal.

  • George Neumayr, The American Spectator

    From Archbishop Joseph Tobin on the East Coast to Cardinal Cupich (in Chicago) to Bishop McElroy (in San Diego), the bishops are operating like anti-Trump lobbyists. During the 2016 campaign — which featured a visit by Bernie Sanders to the Vatican (the only presidential candidate to receive an invitation, tellingly) — Francis’s aides and favorite bishops seethed with hatred for Trump. They were thrilled when Pope Francis declared Trump “not Christian” for proposing a “wall” between the United States and Mexico.

  • David French, National Review

    The Western world knows the price it has to pay to decisively reduce the terror threat. It’s no longer willing to pay that price. It’s no longer willing even to let their militaries truly do the jobs they volunteered to do. So there will be more Manchesters, more Parises, more Nices, and more Orlandos. But that’s what happens when we’re not willing to do what it takes. I hope at least our hashtags can make us feel better about our choice.

  • Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

    The president’s remarks in Saudi Arabia and Israel, and no doubt through the rest of his tour, make it clear the United States and our allies must view ISIS, al Qaeda and other terror-mongers as something to be destroyed. The president’s approach is one that can bring both Islamic nations and Europe out of a self-imposed coma and back into a world that has dispatched mass-murdering fascists and their ideology before. And we will do it again.

  • Editors, Washington Examiner

    The fact that 3 percent annual economic growth will be difficult to achieve makes it more vital — not less — that the federal government not be allowed constantly to grow and never to shrink. Once again, Congress should ignore the dire predictions and get on with putting policies in place that make optimism possible again.

  • Nicholas Ballasy, PJ Media

    A group of House Democrats called on the GOP-led Congress to increase the FY2018 defense and non-defense domestic spending caps. House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) said, “If we are going to act responsibly on behalf of the national security of this country and on security in the global community, we will adopt a budget that does in fact lift the caps. We need to get real. We need to get responsible and we need to get it right for the American people.”

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

    Anyone who watched the news in 1998 knows that everyone in the media covered the Lewinsky scandal relentlessly. So, by Lewinsky's standard, everyone in the media was guilty of bullying and hooking viewers and padding their profits. Halfway through, she admits Fox was not alone. So why single out Fox and Ailes? Five days after his death, Monica Lewinsky accused Ailes of exploiting a "personal and national tragedy" for profit. She is a pathetic creature and the perfect foil for The New York Times.

  • Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

    Time to end this PC masquerade, which is a license to kill in disguise. Not all religions are the same, at least in their present forms. Buddhists aren't blowing up teenagers in Manchester. Also, time to get behind President Trump's new initiative to enlist the Islamic world in their own reform. It's high time an American president did that.  Bush didn't have the courage and Obama refused to believe there was a problem.

  • Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

    When Trump gets home from his trip, he should direct Justice to establish an office inside the FBI to investigate all illegal leaks since his election and all security leaks that are de facto felonies, and name a special prosecutor to head up the investigation.

  • Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

    Trump needs to start rewarding loyalty while punishing disloyalty, do some housecleaning, and get himself a competent Chief of Staff who is focused on running the staff instead of running his mouth to the enemy. Otherwise, the President needs to simply drive on. Every day Trump stays in office is another day Hillary is not in office. And that’s a win.