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Mother To DOJ: ‘I Am What A Domestic Terrorist Looks Like?’

Mother To DOJ: ‘I Am What A Domestic Terrorist Looks Like?’

  By Art Moore WND News Center Parent activist Asra Nomani (Twitter) True to form, the “mama bear” mothers and the fathers who have been passionately speaking out at school-board meetings against “woke” curricula and mask mandates have something to say to Attorney General Merrick Garland and the National School Boards Association for effectively branding them as […]

Top Republicans Press State Department On Security Risks Posed By Chinese Cloud Services

Top Republicans Press State Department On Security Risks Posed By Chinese Cloud Services

by Ailan Evans Republicans Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas and Rep. Mark Gallagher of Wisconsin sent a letter to the State Department warning of the security risks posed by foreign governments’ use of cloud services provided by Chinese technology company Huawei. The letter, addressed to Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, expressed concerns regarding over 70 foreign […]

Sens. Cotton, Hawley To Work On Bipartisan Bills Aimed At Breaking Up Big Tech

Sens. Cotton, Hawley To Work On Bipartisan Bills Aimed At Breaking Up Big Tech

Ailan Evans Senate Republicans are joining with Democrats to work on a series of antitrust bills aimed at breaking up and regulating major tech companies. Sen. Tom Cotton is working with both Democrats and Republicans in developing complementary legislation to several of the antitrust bills the House Judiciary Committee advanced in June, a spokesman for […]

EXCLUSIVE: The Left Started The Culture Wars, Tom Cotton Says, And ‘Normal Americans Expect Us To Stand Up And Fight Back’

EXCLUSIVE: The Left Started The Culture Wars, Tom Cotton Says, And ‘Normal Americans Expect Us To Stand Up And Fight Back’

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter SIOUX CENTER, Iowa — The GOP didn’t start the culture wars, Republican Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton told the Daily Caller News Foundation, but they owe it to “normal Americans” to “stand up” and “fight back.” “The liberals have been waging a culture war on normal Americans for a very […]

All New Events at the Reagan Library!

All New Events at the Reagan Library!

  The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute is bringing you many different virtual programming events this winter for you to listen to, learn from, and be entertained. Headlining our events are New York Times bestselling authors, top politicians and past events! ALL NEW EVENTS! ONLINE AT THE REAGAN INSTITUTE WITH SENATOR TOM COTTON THURSDAY, […]

On Iran’s Corrupt Mullahs | Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at the Reagan Library

On Iran’s Corrupt Mullahs | Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at the Reagan Library

By Debra Tash Simi Valley, CA, July 22, 2018: Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo spoke at the Reagan Library on the corrupt Iranian regime, coinciding with President Trump’s tweet challenging the mullahs.  It was a packed house with the check-in line looping nearly the whole way around the Library’s courtyard.  Two dozen or so […]

Look At News Daily  (Jan. 20-26/Day 1-7) Week 1 – Government Shutdown, Motoring those Voters and So Much More

Look At News Daily  (Jan. 20-26/Day 1-7) Week 1 – Government Shutdown, Motoring those Voters and So Much More

By Michael Hernandez (Editor’s Note:  Mr. Hernandez has agreed to continue his weekly news column in 2018 but under a different banner:  “Look At News Daily” rather than “Trump Briefs.”  This change reflects his intent to provide election coverage; and focus on not just national news; but local, state and international news.) Saturday, January 20  […]

Hubris Unlimited: Tom Cotton versus Reality

Hubris Unlimited: Tom Cotton versus Reality

By Thomas L. Knapp Freshman Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) wants the United States to pick a fight with Iran. Not an all-out brawl, unhealthy he says; just an itty-bitty bout along the lines of 1998’s Operation Desert Fox, link in which US aircraft carried out four days of airstrikes on Iraq. Setting aside the fact […]