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Michelle Malkin

The dirty dem dogs of disruption

Tere come the hyperpartisan hounds.
A new nonprofit called American Oversight launched this week to combat President Trump’s “culture of impunity.” The outfit declared itself “nonpartisan” and claims its crusaders will fight for a “transparent and ethical government.”
But like Waylon Jennings once crooned, “Baby, that dog won’t hunt.”
These Democrat operatives aren’t interested in accountability. Their mission is to attack, obstruct and destroy their political opponents at all costs.

Susan Stamper Brown

Bullies with a Russian fetish

What is up with the Democrats’ obsession with Russia? With each new day, a new Russian conspiracy theory surfaces.
The Democrats’ latest Russian conspiracy is so terrifying, Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) says it’s giving him a “knot” in the pit of his stomach. A knot, because Attorney General Jeff Sessions didn’t live in a bubble as a senator. Rather, the former Alabama senator did what senators sometimes do and met with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

Michael Reagan

Channeling Donald Trump

Maybe I’m channeling Donald Trump.
Or maybe he’s been reading my columns — or my mind.
All I know for sure is that when he gave his great speech to Congress Tuesday night he did exactly what I suggested he should do that morning in my column in The Hill – stop being Donald Trump.
Quoting my father, I wrote that there comes a time when the president-elect has to become the president – and then start acting like one who represents the whole country, even his enemies.

A day without American tech workers

Last month, there was a national “Day Without a Latino.” This week, the demonstration du jour shutting down schools and shops is a “Day Without Women.” Here’s my question for all the virtue-signaling protesters who pay lip service to better jobs and wages:
Where’s your awareness-raising event for untold thousands of our country’s high-skilled men and women victimized by H-1B visa havoc? Thanks to cheap labor-hungry big businesses and money-grubbing politicians in both parties, every day has become a “Day Without American Tech Workers.”

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