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DC swamp draining time has begun

The first thing we must demand is that those we know have broken our confidence must be investigated and held accountable for anything and everything they have done. 

On Inauguration Day, President Trump nails it!

A newly-inaugurated President Trump promised that beginning today, the people are in charge of America. Trump’s inauguration speech was right on point. Starting today there is indeed a new dawn of optimism.

Starting my walk from Washington

BEIRUT, Nov. 20, 2015 —Working and traveling so much in the past few months, I had little time to prepare for the trip ahead. It wasn’t until about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, the night before my travel overseas, did I get the chance to do some shopping. Comfortable, durable, high-endurance walking shoes. I needed those, of course. ...

La-la Land on the Potomac

As leviathan continues to grow, Americans are grilling lotus on their barbecues. It's time to feel again the outrage that launched the Tea Party.

Capitol Community News reporter Charnice Milton murdered in D.C.

WASHINGTON, May 28, 2015 – Charnice Milton Capitol Community News (CCN) reporter and daughter of national syndicated radio host Kenneth McClenton was fatally shot in Washington D.C. Wednesday night, according to the Washington Post. Ms. Milton, 27 years of age, was a graduate of Ball State and earned a Master’s from Syracuse. Milton was wounded in ...

WNO’s intriguing ‘Little Prince’: Really for the kids?

WASHINGTON, December 25, 2014 – The Washington National Opera’s still relatively new Christmas tradition—celebrating the holiday season annually with a children’s or family opera—may very well prove to be a durable one. Take, for example, the company’s production last weekend of Rachel Portman’s “The Little Prince” at the Kennedy Center. It ran with five performances ...