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Image of the Day: Another View of Those Helped in Trump Economy

From our friends at the Senate Joint Economic Committee (JEC), another helpful perspective on how President Trump's economic agenda has helped those who need it most, in contrast to his predecessor who only claimed his policies pursued that end:

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January 28, 2020 • 09:55 am

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As Witness Fight Rages, Whistleblower Fades Away
By Byron York
Tuesday, January 14 2020
With a Senate impeachment trial likely just days away, President Trump and Democrats are locked in a cycle of mutual trolling over whether the trial should include testimony from witnesses. Democrats are pressing Republicans to accept witnesses – they've made public a list of four, led by former national security adviser John Bolton. Some Republicans are countering that the Senate should summon Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, whose suspicious paychecks from a corrupt Ukrainian company were part of the beginning of the Trump-Ukraine affair. On Sunday morning, after House Speaker Nancy…
 
Pelosi's Embarrassing Impeachment Blunder
America is the midst of an imaginary impeachment standoff between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate…
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Texas Church "Good Guys with a Gun" No Anomaly
Well, we’ve apparently reached a point where the political left has rendered satire and reality…
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Iran's Options in Showdown With America Are All Bad
After losing its top strategist, military commander and arch-terrorist, Qassem Suleimani, the Iranian…
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Behind Bolton's Decision
Former national security adviser John Bolton shook up the Trump impeachment standoff recently with his…
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Pelosi's Impeachment Stunt
Imagine if a district attorney charged you with wrongdoing, and then let the charges hang over you indefinitely?…
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Texas's Concealed-Carry Law Prevented Mass Murder
The same weekend that Orthodox Jews in Monsey, New York, were fighting off another knife-wielding anti-Semite…
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Getting the Goods on Schiff
The truth behind House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff's role in engineering President Donald Trump's…
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The Dangers of Elite Groupthink
The Washington Post recently published a surprising indictment of MSNBC host, Stanford graduate and Rhodes…
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As Pelosi Plays Games with Impeachment, What Next for GOP?
The House of Representatives impeached President Bill Clinton on Dec. 19, 1998. It was a Saturday. The…
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The Witness Wars
Senator Chuck Schumer issued another demand Sunday for more witnesses and documents as impeachment moves…
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Question of the Week   
How many U.S. Senators moved directly from the Senate to the White House upon having been elected President of the United States?
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Quote of the Day   
 
"Do Schumer and Pelosi want to sacrifice Biden in a bid to damage Trump?That's the choice they face. Either the nation moves on to other business and the election, or the parties engage in mutual destruction over Bolton and the Bidens.Acquittal and moving on is my hope. Mutual destruction is my fear."…[more]
 
 
—Michael Goodwin, New York Post
— Michael Goodwin, New York Post
 
Liberty Poll   

Voters in Kings County (Seattle), Washington, are being allowed to vote in a local election from their smartphones. Is this a good idea because of the ease of voting or a bad idea because of voting security and integrity concerns?