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Friday, December 1, 2017 -- Not Again, Outrage, Hope For America

Not Again?!
An unexpected ruling by the Senate parliamentarian last night threw a last-minute glitch into the GOP's tax cut plans.  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was forced to suspend the "vote-a-rama" as the leadership scrambled to secure support from various holdouts, namely Senators Bob Corker (R-TN) and Jeff Flake (R-AZ). 
Their concern is that government models suggest the...

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Thursday, November 30, 2017 -- Debate Begins, Krazy Kim, Trump Ends Appeasement

Debate Begins
Yesterday evening, the Senate voted along party lines (52-to-48) to begin debate on the tax cut and reform plan.  That kicked off a tradition known in Washington as "vote-a-rama," in which dozens of amendments to tweak the bill will be voted on. 
Some amendments will be substantive, many will be symbolic.  A final vote is expected late tonight or tomorrow....

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Wednesday, November 29, 2017 -- Korea Crisis, A Good Day, Travesty Of Justice, Elites Reeling

Korea Crisis
North Korea's latest ballistic missile test set off alarm bells around the world.  Secretary of Defense James Mattis said the missile's trajectory suggests that the Stalinist regime is now capable of hitting targets "everywhere in the world," including every major U.S. city.
Sadly, President Trump's options are limited.  Past efforts by...

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Tuesday, November 28, 2017 -- Another Radical Imam, Merry Christmas, Pocahontas & Racism, Kudos To Washington

Another Radical Imam
In previous reports, we have told you about radical imams preaching hateful anti-Israel, anti-Semitic sermons at mosques in California and South Carolina.  Well, add Tennessee to that growing and disturbing list.

Here's just some of what Imam AhmedulHadi Sharif told his followers at the Islamic Center of Tennessee, located just south of...

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Monday, November 27, 2017 -- Trump Pushes Tax Reform, What's Next, Transforming America

Trump Pushes Tax Reform
With the Thanksgiving holiday now over, the push for tax reform kicks into high gear.  The Senate is expected to vote on its tax reform plan this week. 
Today, several senators on the Finance Committee, led by Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT), had lunch with President Trump at the White House.  Tomorrow, the president will meet with the Republican...

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Wednesday, November 22, 2017 -- Be Thankful

Be Thankful

I love Thanksgiving.  It's not just a day off work, a day devoted to parades and football, not even to turkeys and pumpkin pies. As the name makes clear, it is about giving thanks to God for the blessings we enjoy.

Thanksgiving traces its origins back to the Pilgrims -- those hardy pioneers who arrived on the shores of North America and, against all odds, carved a nation out of the wilderness. They came to the New World not seeking...

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017 -- What Did She Do, Kudos To Walker, What About Jones

What Did She Do?
Remember Lois Lerner?  She was the IRS official in charge of ensuring that conservative Tea Party organizations were subjected to extra scrutiny and harassment. 
First she admitted that the IRS had engaged in illegal activity and she...

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Monday, November 20, 2017 -- Fallen Heroes, Great Disrespect, Undisputed Leader

Fallen Heroes
Last week, Detective Sean Suiter was shot in the head and killed while investigating a murder in Baltimore. 
Friday, Officer Brian...

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Friday, November 17, 2017 -- D.C. Rocked, Raging Bull, Kudos To Grassley

D.C. Rocked
Shocking allegations against Senator Al Franken (D-MN) rocked Washington, D.C., yesterday.  Leeann Tweeden, a news anchor for KABC in Los Angeles, came forward with accusations that Sen. Franken sexually assaulted her during a 2006 USO tour.  A second woman, Melanie Morgan,...

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Thursday, November 16, 2017 -- A Big Win, Chutzpah, Good News, Thank You President Trump

A Big Win
The House of Representatives today passed the first major tax reform bill since the Reagan era.  The vote was 227-to-205. 
No Democrats voted for the bill. Of the 13 Republicans who voted against it, 12 came from three high-tax blue states:  California, New Jersey and New York.  They were opposed to the elimination of the deduction for state income taxes and...

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