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Susan Stamper Brown

Trump should drain the EPA swamp

Like the road to Hell, liberal ideas are usually paved with good intentions. But, as Ronald Reagan once said, “The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn’t so.” And all that vast “unknowledge” births monster government agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency.

Michael Reagan

Learning about the bottom line in politics

Usually it takes a lot of boring three-yard runs and a thick cloud of dust to drive any important piece of legislation across the goal line in Washington.
But at this late stage of the game QB Donald Trump and his Republican teammates are going to need a Hail Mary.
During the seven months they’ve been in control of the political football in D.C. they’ve brought no significant legislation before Congress.
Republicans in the Senate deserve most of the blame for the failure of health care reform.

Susan Stamper Brown

Transgenderism in the military: Normalizing abnormal

While ISIS was burning people in cages and the Middle East was ablaze, former President Obama decided it was the perfect time to turn the U.S. military into a social experiment petri dish. Obama reversed “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” then used his proverbial presidential megaphone to ensure that those who had no desire to ask in the first place were told anyhow.
But that was not enough.

Michelle Malkin

Mexico owns border death truck tragedy

Florida truck driver James Matthew Bradley isn’t the mastermind of the human smuggling ring that led to the grisly deaths of 10 illegal immigrants in his rig, which authorities found at a San Antonio Walmart over the weekend.
He’s just a cog in the machine.
Bradley may now face the death penalty for transporting up to 100 people crammed in the trailer of his 18-wheeler. But what about the open-borders overlords making a real killing off this insatiable racket?
I’m looking at you, America-bashing corruptocrats in Mexico.

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