End of Day Archives

Friday, June 15, 2018 -- "Democracy Dies In Darkness"

"Democracy Dies In Darkness"
I hope that headline grabbed your attention because we are facing some very dark days.  After Donald Trump won the 2016 election, the left-wing Washington Post adopted that slogan as its motto. 
Of course, the reporters at the Post thought they were the ones who were going to bring sunlight and transparency to the darkness and defeat Donald Trump...

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Thursday, June 14, 2018 -- The Cover-up Continues, Another Bombshell, Pence & The SBC

The Cover-up Continues
The long-awaited report by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz was finally released this afternoon.  It is 500 pages and will take time to fully dissect.
To be clear, this report is about how then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch, then-FBI Director James Comey and other top officials handled the investigation of Hillary Clinton's...

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018 -- Nattering Nabobs, Rosenstein & Extortion, Democrats In Fantasyland, Fighting For Faith

Nattering Nabobs Of Negativism
Many years ago, columnist and presidential speechwriter William Safire coined a phrase to describe the left-wing media.  He called them "the nattering nabobs of negativism."  I was reminded of that phrase last night listening to some of the "mainstream media's" criticism of the Singapore Summit.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 -- Trump's Critics, Fake News

Trump's Critics
As I suggested in this morning's special report, Trump's critics on the left and among the #NeverTrump movement will never be satisfied.  They accuse him of being a maniac who will get us into war or of being Neville Chamberlain rushing into a bad deal. 

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Monday, June 11, 2018 -- The Left's Hate, Brennan Piles On, Trump vs. Trudeau

The Left's Hate
The Tony Awards are supposed to be about Broadway theater shows.  But like every other institution dominated by the left, they were all about politics and all about hating Donald Trump.  Our cultural and media elites are consumed with hate and that hate was on full display at the Tony Awards last night.

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Friday, June 8, 2018 -- Pelosi's Prattling, Left-wing Extremism, Another Leak Plugged, Prayers For Charles

Pelosi's Prattling
House Democrat Leader Nancy Pelosi held her weekly press briefing yesterday.  After listening to her remarks about the economy, I am ready to launch a GoFundMe page to ensure she has enough staff for a daily press briefing.  She is so effective for our side!
When asked about the historically low unemployment rate,...

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Thursday, June 7, 2018 -- Bad News At The Border, Trump Pardons Great-grandmother

Bad News At The Border
There is bad news at the southern border.  Here's how the Washington Post puts it: 
"U.S. border agents made more than 50,000...

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Wednesday, June 6, 2018 -- Primary Results, Release The Report, The Real Risk, Remembering D-Day

Primary Results
Yesterday was the biggest day of the 2018 campaign season so far.  Voters in eight states, from California to New Jersey, went to the polls to cast their ballots in crucial primary contests. 
California Republicans accomplished one of their main goals yesterday.  Businessman John Cox, endorsed by President Trump and CWF, finished second in the so-...

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Tuesday, June 5, 2018 -- Recess Cancelled, Trump Celebrates America, Democrats Make Demands

Recess Cancelled
Kudos to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell! 
He announced this afternoon that he was cancelling three weeks of the upcoming August recess due to the "historic obstruction" of Senate Democrats.
Instead of campaigning during...

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Monday, June 4, 2018 -- A Big Win, Standing For Faith, Left-wing Anti-Semitism

A Big Win
The Supreme Court today stunned legal observers.  First, it issued a decision on one of the most of high profile cases of the term.  Normally, a decision on a case like this would have been issued when the court concludes its term at the end of June.
But the decision itself is far more important than its timing.  The case involved Colorado cake maker Jack Phillips. ...

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