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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.

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.

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.

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.

Assault on America, Day 275: Hurry up and impeach, Nancy! We only have ten years to live!

Whether it’s Hillary Clinton or Al Gore -- or Greta Thunberg or AOC -- Democrats are perhaps using climate hysteria as the foundation for the need to impeach Trump now, before the 2020 election. Trump’s reelection would stifle all their plans to rid the earth of carbon forever. Hurry up, Nancy!

Assault on America, Day 274: Dem presidential wannabes jump on impeachment bandwagon

There’s little doubt Nancy Pelosi’s decision to move forward with impeachment will impact the 2020 Democrat presidential race, but we’re not sure how -- or to what extent. From the outset it seemed clear that Democrats didn’t care much about anything other than Trump. Now’s their chance to prove otherwise.

Assault on America, Day 273: Impeachment? Dems want to shut the government down too!

As long as Trump’s in the White House with presidential veto authority Democrats know they’ll never realize their dreams of universal government healthcare, amnesty for every illegal alien and a disarmed domestic citizenry. Stalled appropriations bills are their present and future if Trump is reelected.

Assault on America, Day 272: Dem impeachment actions equal complete and opposite reactions

Every time Democrats do something over-the-top -- like declare they’re planning to impeach President Trump -- we can expect conservatives and Republicans to fight back fiercely. For every action there’s an equal and opposite reaction; remember this whenever Nancy Pelosi opens her mouth.

Assault on America, Day 271: 2 weeks from now no one talks about Ukraine. But impeachment?

Democrats and #NeverTrumpers were searching for the right opening to get at Trump and they thought they’d found it with the Ukraine non-controversy. The actual words that were spoken don’t help their cause, no matter how much they insist it does. Let the chips fall where they may -- Democrats will lose in the end.

Assault on America, Day 268: 'Pocahontas' Liz must come clean on her all-inclusive tax scheme

Time will tell whether Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren has the political skills and practical wherewithal to explain her proposals in a manner that voters identify with, and whether she’ll overcome Joe Biden’s electability argument. Democrat primary participants will decide. Do they know best?

Assault on America, Day 267: Greta Thunberg is a Hogg-clone for opportunistic greenie wackos

Greta Thunberg is well-known because somebody, somewhere decided to make hers the face of the leftist globalist climate change agenda. Politicians like Bernie Sanders are using the teen to further their own missions as well, proving there isn’t much shame to go ‘round in the Democrat party today.

Flynn Tells Schiff To Pound Sand And Read Watkins v. United States

We applaud attorney Sidney Powell for reminding Americans and Congress of the Watkins case. The Watkins case is the kind of “have you no shame Senator” case that Democrat civil libertarians used to applaud. But that Democratic Party is long dead and in its place are monsters like Adam Schiff and Jerrold Nadler who thrive on the abuses of power that the Watkins decision was thought to have eliminated.

Assault on America, Day 266: Three (or more) reasons why Kamala Harris won’t be president

With a little over four months to go until Democrats caucus in Iowa, much could potentially change in the intervening time. One thing that’s unlikely to improve for Kamala Harris, however, is her ability to fit in with a large enough segment of voters to make a difference when the race tightens.

Comey and Baquet — united against Trump — have caused a nonstop feeding frenzy

Michael Goodwin, New York Post

You don’t have to be a cynic to see a pattern. It’s a game, with news organizations competing to see which one can get the story that brings down the president, and other media and 2020 candidates piling on in knee-jerk fashion. It’s a rinse-and-repeat exercise. Indeed, the so-called whistleblower complaint recalls the early days of Trump’s presidency when Comey and other Barack Obama holdovers were poisoning the well. Even the word “whistleblower” suggests something untoward happened. But what? The media was in the dark but still the coverage took on tones of hysteria. They didn’t know the source of the complaint, the agency, the substance or any evidence.

Assault on America, Day 265: If the Founding Fathers didn’t always agree, why should we?

Both liberal Democrats and conservative Republicans suffer from the same type of political malady -- the lack of a party grassroots that agrees on everything. The American system isn’t built to satisfy everyone. The best anyone can do is rely on principle and hope the rest falls in line naturally.

Assault on America, Day 264: Democrats have more to worry about than Joe Biden’s flubs

Americans aren’t fooled by Democrats and their lack of substance. Speculation over Joe Biden’s mental state will last as long as he continues to stumble every other sentence, but in the end it doesn’t matter. If he and his fellow Democrats won’t talk about jobs and the economy, they might as well all be demented.

Assault on America, Day 261: Trump knows what he’s doing on Iran. Let’s all be thankful

The president knows history and he’s seen what happens to American leaders who insist on assuming the role of the world’s policeman and food distributor. Sometimes it’s best just to stay out. Thank God Trump appears to have learned this lesson -- and he’ll hold firm against the rest.

We've Lost Sight Of The Real Scandal

We urge Senator Chuck Grassley, Representatives Devin Nunes and John Ratcliffe, attorney Sidney Powell and most of all Judge Emmet Sullivan to keep their eyes on the real scandal and to make sure that the two systems of justice that appear to have emerged from Russiagate do not become a permanent fixture of our justice system.