Only hours after U.S. President Donald Trump formally recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel early Wednesday afternoon, the Czech Republic, a European Union member state, unexpectedly followed suit. “The Czech Republic together with other EU member states, following the EU Foreign Affaires Council Conclusions, considers Jerusalem to be future capital of both states, meaning…
By Charles Krauthammer
I do not understand how living in a country with its democracy established over 200 years ago, and now, for the first time in history, suddenly we have one of our former presidents set up a group called “Organizing for Action” (OFA).
OFA is 30,000+ strong and working to disrupt everything that our current president’s administration is trying to do. This organization goes a…gainst our Democracy, and it is an operation that will destroy our way of governing. It goes against our Constitution, our laws, and the processes established over 200 years ago. If it is allowed to proceed then we will be living in chaos very much like third world countries are run. What good is it to have an established government if it is not going to be respected and allowed to follow our laws? Continue reading
Senate Republicans are nearing a deal on repealing the individual health care mandate implemented under the Obama administration. A majority of voters continue to oppose the requirement that all Americans buy or obtain health insurance, opting for more free market competition between insurance companies instead of more government intervention.
ERIE, Pa. – The outcome for the race for county commissioner in this northwestern Pennsylvania corner didn’t get much national scrutiny or post-election analysis because the incumbent Democrat, Kathy Dahlkemper, ultimately won. But it should have. Why?
President Trump just wrapped up a 12-day trip through Asia, and voters who were following his travels most closely tend to think he did a good job, particularly on trade. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 76% of Likely U.S.
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