World Peace is a fragile thing. Human conflict is the norm. But, at least for a time, the dream of world peace has been achieved, thanks in large part to the foreign policy successes of the Trump administration.
I attended because our transactional president delivered on his campaign promises to fix chronic, non-partisan, supposedly insoluble problems. As he likes to say – “promises kept.”
President Donald Trump returned to the White House on Monday evening after being discharged from a military hospital where he was treated for COVID-19 for three days. Within an hour, the president released a video in which he urged Americans not to let the disease “dominate your lives.”
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden didn’t name a single law enforcement group or agency that has endorsed him during the presidential debate Tuesday night.
President Donald Trump nominated federal judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court of the United States on Saturday. He encouraged lawmakers to quickly confirm Barrett, and to do so with dignity and without personal attacks.
President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he will sign an executive order to ensure that babies who are born alive receive proper medical care.
Maine Gov. Janet Mills, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu and Vermont Gov. Phil Scott assert the reimposition of a 10 percent tariff on imports of non-alloyed unwrought aluminum from the U.S.’s northern neighbor is detrimental to manufacturers and supply chain businesses.
More than 200 senior military officers backed President Donald Trump’s reelection in a letter warning that 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden will lead to socialist and Marxist influences on American government.
Some people may act surprised by the “Black Men for Trump” movement, because “it’s not supposed to happen.” I am not at all surprised.
Vermont’s attorney general TJ Donovan has joined a band of Democrat attorneys general to sue the Trump administration over environmental deregulations. All 21 attorneys general involved in the lawsuit are Democrats.
President Donald Trump said in a tweet Sunday that the Department of Education would stop funding public schools if they teach the New York Times’ 1619 Project.