Columns/Opinions

Wed
19
Feb

Wayne Allyn Root: Are Democrats ‘Evil’? You decide

I’ve tried in my career as a conservative commentator to rarely use the word “evil.” Disagreements over policies and agendas don’t make your opponent “evil.” As a matter of fact, most reasonable, common-sense Americans want compromise.

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Wed
19
Feb

Trump and the forgotten American

Trump and the forgotten American

Looking at the upcoming presidential election the Democrats are trying to get a candidate to go up against Donald Trump. So far, they are failing. Kay Coles James summed up the “Election of 2020” in this column about President Trump’s performance.

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Wed
12
Feb

Katie Pavlich: Graham vows 'Day of Reckoning'

On Wednesday the Senate voted to acquit President Trump of impeachment charges and it happened in bipartisan fashion.

But the saga surrounding President Trump’s July 25, 2019 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and the whistleblower who filed a second-hand complaint about what was said, is far from over. The boomerang effect on Democrats has started.

During an interview with Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo over the weekend, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham vowed to compel testimony from the whistleblower in order to get to the bottom of what led to impeachment against President Trump. He also reiterated his plans to investigate the Bidens for their involvement with Burisma, the most corrupt company in Ukraine.

 

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Wed
12
Feb

Jackie Cushman: Let's be the better example

We’ve had enough political news in half a week to last a month or more, but we know the velocity will only increase until the election. On Monday, Republicans and Democrats in Iowa participated in caucuses. President Donald Trump won the Republican caucuses in a landslide (somewhere north of 97 percent). This was not and is not news.

The news coming out of the Democratic caucuses involved a myriad of issues that affected how the votes were tabulated.

The result: The first partial results were not issued until 5 p.m. Eastern time Tuesday. It’s hard to imagine a worse start for the Democratic Party. The party that wants to control your health care can’t manage the caucus tabulation in one state.

 

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Wed
12
Feb

"Ragged Old Flag" featured at Game

"Ragged Old Flag" featured at Game

I, like most Americans, watched a lot of the pre-game activities prior to Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, February 2nd.

There were all kinds of features and some interesting stuff on Fox during the afternoon leading up to the game, including an interview with President Donald Trump, something that never has been done on Super Bowl Sunday.

However, with all the other presentations, one of my favorite features was when Fox network aired a tribute to the United States of America and its flag before kick-off of the game.

 

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Wed
05
Feb

Mexico is paying for Trump’s wall

President Donald Trump has done it again. He just keeps winning. He just keeps proving the Trump Doctrine works magnificently.

Don’t look now, but Trump has even built his wall -- and Mexico is paying for it. More on that later.

First, I want to explain how and why Trump is winning like no president in history. Even UFC legend Conor McGregor just called President Trump the GOAT -- as in “the greatest of all time.”

It’s all because of the Trump Doctrine, a mixture of Trump’s unique business acumen and negotiating skills. No other politician in the world has this combination of traits.

Like McGregor, Americans can see Trump is getting tangible results.

 

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Wed
05
Feb

Best ways to get and keep motivated

Best ways to get and keep motivated

No matter what you do for a living, the key to success is motivating yourself, each and every day, according to Geoffrey James, a veteran business journalist who now writes a daily column for Inc.com. “Most people don’t realize that motivation mostly emerges from minor changes in your own behavior,” says James. Here’s how to remain a go-getter, even when the going gets rough:

1. Realize that YOU are in control. You cannot control the outside world, but you can control your emotional reaction to it.

2. Accept where you are. Life is like those signs that read “You Are Here.” You can get somewhere else only if you know where you are now.

3. Adopt a positive vocabulary. Use strong adjectives (e.g., “fantastic”) to describe what’s good and weak words (e.g., “annoying”) to describe what’s not.

4. Condition your mind. Train yourself to think positive thoughts while avoiding negative thoughts.

 

Wed
29
Jan

Gun control advocates ignore data

So much of the gun control debate is about things that might go wrong. Democrats, who just took control of the Virginia state legislature, are about to pass a law that will dramatically limit the ability of people with concealed handgun permits from other states to carry in Virginia. There haven’t been any problems with these permit holders, but that doesn’t matter for gun control advocates.

Currently, Virginia recognizes concealed handgun permits issued by all other states. Out-of-state permit holders can carry in Virginia as long as they follow local laws and carry photo identification.

Wed
29
Jan

Trump touts USA success at Forum

Trump touts USA success at Forum

President Trump sung the praises of the U.S. economy at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last week, telling the global business community that the changes in America’s economy under his administration have been “nothing short of spectacular.”

He told the crowd that when he last spoke at the WEF early into his presidency that his administration was undertaking the “great American comeback.”

“Today I’m proud to declare the United States is in the midst of an economic boom, the likes of which the world has never seen before,” he said in his address. “We’ve regained our stride, rediscovered our spirit, and reawakened the powerful machinery of American Enterprise.”

 

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Wed
22
Jan

Wayne Allyn Root: How to make America even greater

We’re still just days into 2020. Now is the perfect time for President Donald Trump to drive the Democrats (aka radical socialists) crazy with rage by announcing these executive orders.

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