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Petulant Pelosi vs. the President – Who is winning?

WASHINGTON: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi redeux is just more from the do-nothing San Francisco politician. During her last speakership, in 2010 American and Proud wrote “Well, let’s look back at San Fran Nan’s wonderful accomplishments when she took the House Chair. She’s chaired the most spendaholic Congress ever. She’s chaired the Congress that ...

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Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein expected to resign soon from DOJ

WASHINGTON: Department of Justice (DOJ) Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is planning to step down once the new attorney general has been confirmed. Rosenstein’s upcoming departure raises questions for some about the future of the Mueller probe. Rosenstein has overseen the Mueller probe from the start after former AG Jeff Sessions recused himself from the ...

President to hold primetime address on border security, Tuesday 9 pm EST

WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump is heading to the southern border as Congress works to reopen the government. Trump will give an Oval Office address on Tuesday at 9 p.m. I am pleased to inform you that I will Address the Nation on the Humanitarian and National Security crisis on our Southern Border. Tuesday night at 9:00 ...

Predictions for the 2019 political landscape are not all pretty

WASHINGTON: This past year was a roller-coaster ride in the world of politics. While it’s impossible to know exactly how the new year will go, the hot issues and trouble spots have already begun emerging. These are some of my predictions of what will dominate 2019. Terrorist attacks will become harder to stop The University ...

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Government shutdown drawing closer as border wall talks falter

WASHINGTON. The federal government is closing in on its third shutdown in two years. Budget talks between the White House and leaders in Congress fail to reach an agreement over funding for the border wall. The midnight deadline is getting closer, and House Republicans have said that no further voters are expected tonight. Congress’ announcement means ...

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Senator Jeff Flake suggesting a potential President 2020 bid

WASHINGTON D.C.: Retiring Arizona Senator Jeff Flake says that a Republican needs to challenge President Donald Trump in 2020. Flake has not ruled himself out saying: “I’ve not ruled it out. I’ve not ruled it in. But, somebody needs to run on the Republican side.” Flake has also offered up Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Nebraska ...