Michelle Obama

Why Michelle Obama Won’t Run in 2020

David Catron, The American Spectator

Mrs. Obama claims “there’s zero chance” that she will run. She clearly believes there is life after the White House, and has definite plans to “make a difference” in the future. Nonetheless, she insists that “sitting behind the desk in the Oval Office will never be one of them.” That sounds sensible, but there will continue to be calls for her to bail out the Democrats and save the country from President Trump. When the pressure mounts for her to run, she will take a look at the last candidate who was a sure bet to beat him — Hillary Clinton. Michelle Obama has a good life. It’s not likely that she wants to end up like that.

Dispute Between Michelle Obama And Donald Trump Shows Our Need To Forgive

Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist

When we forgive one another — including for their grievous sins against us — it shows us that we truly believe God has forgiven us. It’s legitimate to strenuously fight political battles and also to be upset at how those battles are fought and the depths people sink to. At all times, however, let’s remember the gift of forgiveness that we’ve been given and that we get to share with others.

100 Days of Trump: What a difference a year makes in Donald Trump’s first 100 days

President Donald Trump’s first 100 days were just the opening act to Make America Great Again. Plus, Latest moves in the healthcare debate expose “moderates” for the cowards that they are, and, Donald Trump is already the most “threatened” president in history.