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President exonerated: “Time to Move On”

President exonerated:  “Time to Move On”

    By Michael Hernandez  The President has been acquitted and exonerated on Wednesday by a majority partisan vote in the U.S. Senate and it is now “time to move on.”  The actual vote on Articles of Impeachment was 52-48 Not Guilty on Article 1:  Abuse of Power and 53-47 Not Guilty on Article 2:  […]

POLITICS | Lt. Col. Vindman Fired, Escorted From White House By Security

POLITICS | Lt. Col. Vindman Fired, Escorted From White House By Security

Scott Morefield | Reporter   Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was fired and escorted from White House grounds by security, according to his attorney. News — Lt. Col. Vindman was just escorted out of the White House by security and told his services were no longer needed. — Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) February 7, 2020 “Today, Lieutenant […]

POLITICS | ‘They Stuck With Me’ — Trump Ends Speech With Message To Melania, Barron

POLITICS | ‘They Stuck With Me’ — Trump Ends Speech With Message To Melania, Barron

  By JUSTIN CARUSO CONTRIBUTOR President Donald Trump thanked his family during the end of his White House speech Thursday for sticking with him through his impeachment. “I want to apologize to my family for having them have to go through a phony, rotten deal by some very evil and sick people. And Ivanka is here, and […]

Impeachment: The Problem with Biden Whataboutism

Impeachment: The Problem with Biden Whataboutism

  By Thomas L. Knapp The main Democratic impeachment charge against US president Donald Trump is simple: Trump attempted to pressure and/or bribe the president of Ukraine to investigate a political opponent (Joe Biden), House impeachment managers say, both for corrupt motives (to win re-election) and in violation of the law (by withholding congressionally appropriated […]

POLITICS | Senate Votes No On Additional Witnesses In Impeachment Trial

POLITICS | Senate Votes No On Additional Witnesses In Impeachment Trial

  HENRY RODGERS CAPITOL HILL REPORTER . The United States Senate voted Friday against bringing in additional witnesses to testify before the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. The vote was 51-49. It was reported Thursday that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had enough votes among his Republican colleagues in the Senate to block votes for additional witnesses […]

Weapons of Mass Distortion

Weapons of Mass Distortion

  Wayne Allyn Root My last column was about “Democrat Weapons of Mass Distraction.” Now add a sister problem to the list: “Weapons of Mass Distortion.” Impeachment serves both purposes- distraction and distortion. This impeachment thing is the wackiest, strangest, funniest story in the history of politics. Democrats want to impeach a sitting president for […]

Falsehoods, Boredom and The Rebuttal

Falsehoods, Boredom and The Rebuttal

    By Sigrid Weidenweber When the most interesting article in the Wall Street Journal is a Life and Arts piece—Revelry Restored in Bruegel’s “Wedding Dance,” (Wednesday, January 1, 2020), despite the Impeachment is going on, boredom has reached a high mark. Yes, it has. I gave up listening to House proceedings after the first […]

All Democrats Have is Weapons of Mass Distraction

All Democrats Have is Weapons of Mass Distraction

  Wayne Allyn Root I understand if you don’t like the style or personality of President Trump. I understand if you don’t like his tweets. I understand if you’re a liberal and you don’t agree with his conservative policies and “America First” agenda. I get all that. But facts are facts. You have to admit […]

POLITICS | No Bipartisan Talks on Impeachment Trial Witnesses Are Happening: Schumer

POLITICS | No Bipartisan Talks on Impeachment Trial Witnesses Are Happening: Schumer

BY ZACHARY STIEBER There are no bipartisan talks taking place on the matter of calling witnesses to testify in the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Thursday. “No Republicans are talking to us about deals,” Schumer told reporters at a press conference in Washington. Schumer said one report, which cited anonymous sources and […]

POLITICS | Guide to the Trump Impeachment Trial in the Senate

POLITICS | Guide to the Trump Impeachment Trial in the Senate

BY ZACHARY STIEBER The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump will start on Jan. 21, as all 100 U.S. senators gather in Washington to vote on initial trial guidelines. Senators will hear from Trump’s legal team and House impeachment managers as soon as Jan. 21, before submitting written questions to both sides. According to the Republican majority, the matter of […]

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