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.

Law by bureaucracy is just as pernicious and perhaps more insidious than law by judicial activism. The bureaucracy, unlike the judiciary, is often nameless and faceless.  The result in both cases is the same, of course: Depriving citizens of a government of, by, and for the people.  NAS supports measures to prevent this and thanks President Trump for this executive action.

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.

Conservatives should, at a minimum, demand adherence to these principles from every candidate running for the School Board, because the Soros-funded Left has a well thought out and well-funded plan to continue the Leftward movement and radical transformation of American K-12 education.

Three obscure local campaigns in Virginia: Arlington County Commonwealth Attorney, Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney and Fairfax County School Board are being driven by Soros PAC money and the Soros agenda to push Far Left criminal justice and education policies.

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.

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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.

Law by bureaucracy is just as pernicious and perhaps more insidious than law by judicial activism. The bureaucracy, unlike the judiciary, is often nameless and faceless.  The result in both cases is the same, of course: Depriving citizens of a government of, by, and for the people.  NAS supports measures to prevent this and thanks President Trump for this executive action.

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.

Conservatives should, at a minimum, demand adherence to these principles from every candidate running for the School Board, because the Soros-funded Left has a well thought out and well-funded plan to continue the Leftward movement and radical transformation of American K-12 education.

Three obscure local campaigns in Virginia: Arlington County Commonwealth Attorney, Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney and Fairfax County School Board are being driven by Soros PAC money and the Soros agenda to push Far Left criminal justice and education policies.

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.

Vote Common Good and Pastor Pagitt are not suggesting that the Democratic Party abandon its embrace of unlimited abortion on demand, same sex marriage and transgenderism as core principles, instead the goal is to deflect Christians and other voters of faith away from concentrating on those issues by changing how Democrats talk, not how they act.

Romney’s politically motivated attacks on President Trump only serve to embolden the leftist Democrats’ outrageous and illegitimate witch hunt against the President which undermines his pro-growth economic agenda, his non-interventionist foreign policy and his pro-life and pro-family domestic policy.

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.

In launching his campaign Mr. Early said, “Adam Schiff’s witch-hunt against our President is reprehensible. Schiff continually abuses his power and misleads the American people, wasting tens of millions of our dollars in the process. It’s got to stop. I’m sick and tired of being lied to by career politician Schiff as he tries to destroy the President and works to replace our Democracy with Socialism."

We doubt any conservative who worked in Denver Riggleman’s hard-fought 2018 campaign expected they would have to turn around and work to defeat him in 2020, but the grassroots campaign to replace RINO GOP Rep. Riggleman with a solid liberty-loving conservative has just gained more steam after Riggleman abandoned President Trump once again to vote with the Democrats.

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.

Front Page Headlines

  • Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator

    What we have is yet another glimpse of just how unprincipled Mitt Romney is. He believes Trump appeals to racism and misogyny — but he was thrilled to have his endorsement in 2012. He told liberal Massachusetts voters in 2002 he was “not a partisan Republican” but a “moderate” whose “views are progressive.” But in 2012, running for the GOP presidential nomination, he told his conservative audience he was a “severe conservative.” The difference between what happens when conservatives are excited to rally to their candidate and what happens when they are not could not be greater than in the response of the GOP base to Romney in 2012 and Trump in 2016.

  • Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

    What do widely diverse crises such as declining demography, increasing indebtedness, Generation Z’s indifference to religion and patriotism, static rates of home ownership, and a national epidemic of ignorance about American history and traditions all have in common? In a word, 21st-century higher education. Colleges are turning out woke and broke graduates. The curricula in the social sciences and humanities are largely politicized. Ignorance, arrogance, and ingratitude are now the brands of the undergraduate experience. No wonder a once duly honored institution, higher education, is now either the butt of jokes or cynically seen as a credentialing factory.

  • Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

    In the trade-off between freedom and order, people will ultimately opt for order. Why are these outbursts of violent protests and rioting taking place in stable, free, and prosperous societies? If the beneficiaries of freedoms and democratic rights come to regard them as insufficient to produce the political, economic, and social results they demand, what does that portend for democracy’s future? If the “end of history” and worldwide triumph of democratic capitalism thesis has, as most agree, been disproven, is it possible that the Age of Democracy is itself a passing phase in the history of the West and the world?

  • Byron York, Washington Examiner

    "We don't fact-check political ads," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a recent speech. Facebook chooses not to play the role of speech police, at least as far as political ads are concerned. "As a principle, in a democracy, I believe people should decide what is credible, not tech companies," Zuckerberg said. It's an understatement to say Facebook has problems. It has abused its users' privacy. There are legitimate complaints about its bias. It has a frightening power over the world of journalism. It could face government antitrust action. The ad policy Zuckerberg outlined — if it is followed — would be the right thing to do.

  • Tyler O'Neill, PJ Media

    The Heritage Foundations's True North principles are extremely important. They set forth a guiding star for conservatism, a rock in the storm of ideological battles raging on the right today. Contrary to the media narrative, conservatism is not falling apart. While some seem to have abandoned the three-legged stool of social conservatism, fiscal conservatism, and a strong national defense, the Heritage Foundation and others have refused to budge. For two years in a row, the Heritage Foundation has been ranked the number 1 most effective think tank for policy impact. The True North principles will only bolster that impact.

  • Charles Hurt, Washington Times

    The Washington Nationals are just the organization to step up and fill that healing leadership role. The Nats’ front office should invite President Trump to throw out the first pitch at Friday night’s Game 3, the first of the series to be played at Nationals Park in D.C. Mr. Trump on the mound would remind the career politicians in Washington that far more unites Americans than divides us, no matter how much they work to needle and exploit for their own personal gain the differences among us. During more politically decent times, a move like this would be routine and expected. Can you imagine the size of the crowd?

  • David Catron, The American Spectator

    The 2020 Democratic nominee will be Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, or Bernie Sanders. The 2020 election, like all presidential contests, will involve 51 separate races (50 states, plus D.C.). Few will be decided based on a partisan impeachment process that ends in the acquittal of the President. Nor will a majority of voters in the important swing states be inclined to support a weak candidate nominated by a fragmented party whose only consistent principle is animosity toward Donald Trump. In the end, the choice will be peace and prosperity versus incoherent rage. Trump’s voters will be out in force and will choose the former.

  • Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

    It’s his weakness that really grates, the pseudo-gentlemanly submissiveness to the abuse of the elite we saw for far too long among our alleged True Conservative™ betters. We’ve learned that “being the bigger man” and not fighting back were not some sort of higher principle being put into action but were, rather, the manifestation of the weakness inherent in the conservatives of the cruise ship class. Candy Crowley humiliated him in front of the entire country and he just took it. Well, we’re sick of just taking it. He and his human puffball ilk are why we said “Ahoy” to Donald Trump. Hey Mitt, I want my vote back.

  • Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

    Those same mainstream media outlets are now making a big deal out of the Ukraine, even though Trump was obviously trying to figure out who had instigated the Russia probe in the first place. Wouldn't you? And as for Biden, media have known about the humungous corruption of Biden, Hunter, and Burisma since 2015 and barely reported it. It was clearly of no interest to them because the right people, their people, were the ones being corrupt. The newspapers above should all have a stamp on the front pages "CAUTION- -DISINFORMATION." The networks should lose their licenses. They have abused their near-monopoly statuses.

  • Byron York, Washington Examiner

    There's been a lot of confusion about what, exactly, President Trump's concerns were before withholding and later approving U.S. military aid to Ukraine. Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff, made a hash of things during his much-discussed press conference. The story is more complicated than some press coverage suggests. Four of Trump's reasons for withholding aid were legitimate. The fifth was not. But the fact remains that the president had acceptable reasons to temporarily hold back aid. There's more to the story than just Trump's fifth reason. And on that, perhaps the president should just take Rich Lowry's advice and move on.

  • John Fund, National Review

    Are European-style climate protests coming here? The real enablers of XR (Extinction Rebellion)’s extremism are the donors and celebrities who give it the money and publicity that allow it to attract fanatical followers. This humbug needs to be challenged. Average London commuters, thank goodness, finally started pushing back late last week, pointing out that poor, working-class people are most hurt if they can’t get to their jobs. If officials in Washington, D.C., and other cities want to avoid a similar fate, they should contact their British counterparts now and figure out how an American version of Extinction Rebellion can be neutralized.

  • Stephen Moore, Washington Times

    We are told we can require 50 percent, 60 percent and even 100 percent renewable energy over the next decade at no cost to consumers or businesses. If so. Why must the subsidies continue ad infinitum? If $100 billion of taxpayer handouts hasn’t worked, what will? My hunch is that the lifelines Washington keeps tossing to the wind and solar industry have been more curse than blessing. Subsidies can be as addictive as heroin. A cold turkey cut off of taxpayer aid would force the renewable industry to adopt strategies and innovations that would make them viable competitors in energy markets.  Necessity really is the mother of invention.

  • Salena Zito, Washington Examiner

    Here is what most of Trump’s critics do not understand about why this new conservative populist coalition voted for Trump over not just Clinton but also over 17 very qualified, distinguished, mostly establishment Republican candidates in the party’s primary battle. It was never about Trump. It was always about their communities. Trump was the symptom, not the cause. These voters aren’t going to budge. It’s not that everyone who voted for him considers his first term a massive success that has improved the economy in America and made us safer. It’s that Democrats and Never Trump Republicans have done nothing to reflect on why they lost to this guy.

  • Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review

    Our constitutional system will be damaged because impeachment will be discredited. Its invocation will be even less likely in some grievous future instance, when a presidential abuse of power actually does imperil the nation. We will have a virtually omnipotent president. As a practical matter, there will be no viable congressional check — no impeachment, no power of the purse — to rein the president in. The powers of the competing political branches will be in gross imbalance, making functional separation of powers impossible. As the Framers would tell us, that is not a prescription for the preservation of liberty.

  • David Catron, The American Spectator

    For a sense of how divorced the Democrats are from mainstream America, the collapse of Tulsi Gabbard’s presidential campaign is instructive. Gabbard is a liberal who supports banning so-called assault weapons, raising the minimum wage to $15, free college tuition, etc. But her positions on abortion and health care are relatively moderate. Moreover, she is circumspect about impeachment, the only responsible position for a sitting congresswoman, and supports withdrawing American troops from Syria. Thus, her poll numbers are tanking. If a liberal like Tulsi Gabbard is too moderate for today’s Democrats, they have no chance of beating Trump.