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6 Key Moments From Day 2 Of The Public Impeachment Hearings

November 16, 2019 by


By Fred Lucas ~ The Obama administration instructed her on how to respond to lawmakers’ questions about the lucrative employment of Vice President Joe Biden’s son by an energy company in Ukraine, the ousted ambassador to the former Soviet republic testified Friday. Marie Yovanovitch, who was recalled and reassigned six months ago, also said she […]

How Much Live Coverage Of The Trump Takedown Attempt Must Air?

November 14, 2019 by


By Tim Graham ~ The networks are planning live coverage of the House Democrats attempting to impeach President Trump over a phone call to the president of Ukraine. This is a very partisan exercise, but the very partisan networks always paint these as momentous turning points of history that are somehow nonpartisan. One of the […]

6 Key Moments From The First Day Of Public Impeachment Hearings

November 14, 2019 by


By Fred Lucas ~ Who’s in charge of the Trump administration’s policy on Ukraine and the president’s focus on the business dealings there of former Vice President Joe Biden’s son were main topics of two veteran foreign service officers’ testimony Wednesday before the House committee pursuing impeachment. Offering sworn testimony as lead-off witnesses in House Democrats’ […]

NY Times’ 10-Page Attack On Trump Twitter’s Racist, Conspiratorial, Anti Media-Madness

November 4, 2019 by


By Clay Waters ~ President Trump’s dangerous Twitter. That was the paper’s overriding obsession in Sunday’s edition. The enormous story launched on the top half of the front page and jumped to a special 10-page section, “The Twitter Presidency.” The timing is apt, considering the paper is pressuring Twitter to be better than Facebook and […]

4 Keys To Understanding A Trump Impeachment Trial In The Senate

November 1, 2019 by


By Fred Lucas ~ The focus of impeachment is now on the Democrat-controlled House and President Donald Trump, but the Republican-controlled Senate and Chief Justice John Roberts almost certainly will clear space on their calendar soon. The House vote Thursday to formalize the impeachment inquiry against Trump is the first step in a process that […]

The ‘Lynching’ Controversy And The Death Of Common Language

October 27, 2019 by


By Ben Shapiro ~ In the Bible, the people of Babel unite in fighting God; they decide to build a massive tower to challenge God’s supremacy. God, annoyed by their presumption, promptly causes them to speak a variety of tongues, dividing them and ending the foolhardy project. The story represents a simple truth: unity relies, […]

Graham, McConnell Demand House Democrats Conduct Fair Impeachment Probe

October 26, 2019 by


By Fred Lucas ~ Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham introduced a resolution Thursday condemning the closed-door process of House Democrats’ impeachment investigation. Thirty-nine of the 52 other Senate Republicans joined him in calling the impeachment drive “illegitimate and dangerous.” “Every American should be disturbed by what is taking place in the House of Representatives regarding […]