|Thank You!, Wikileaks Stokes Controversy, Speaking Of Presidential Leadership. . .||
You did it, my friends! I was concerned we might not make our goal, but a surge of donations yesterday put us over the top!
I can't thank you enough for your tremendous generosity. It is only because of your prayers and support that we are able to stay in this fight for faith and family!
Wikileaks Stokes Controversy
|We Need You!, Republican Repeal Plan, A Day Without Women||
We Need You!
My friends, we are still short of our $20,000 matching goal, and our deadline is midnight tonight.
Republican Repeal Plan
|Be Careful. . ., Reasons To Be Concerned, Fueling Paranoia||
Be Careful. . .
Some of you noticed that we ended Friday's report by suggesting that the Trump campaign had been wiretapped and/or monitored by the Obama Administration. On Saturday morning, the president essentially made the same charge.
The media immediately accused the president of being irresponsible and lacking evidence. The New York Times ran a story over the weekend headlined, "Trump, Offering No Evidence, Says Obama Tapped His Phones." But there is lots of evidence -- and much of it came from the media!
|Friday, March 3, 2017||
BREAKING NEWS: EMERGING SENATE SCANDAL
Senate Democrat Leader Chuck Schumer's career may be jeopardy. Evidence has recently surfaced that the powerful New York politician once shared a donut with a Russian -- and not just any Russian, but Vladimir Putin himself!
Now on to more serious matters. . .
The Sessions "Scandal"
|President Trump Celebrates America, Statements That Scare The Left, Most Emotional Moment||
President Trump Celebrates America
In his address before a joint session of Congress last night, Donald Trump reminded millions of Americans why they voted for him. He also reminded the left why he is president of the United States today.
His speech celebrated America. He offered an uplifting vision, one that puts our citizens first.
|The President's Address, Trump's Defense Buildup, Other Headlines||
The President's Address
President Donald Trump will deliver his first address before a joint session of Congress tonight at 9:00 p.m. ET. Technically, this is not a traditional State of the Union address because the president has not yet served a full year in office. But President Trump is expected to broadly outline his agenda and offer some goals for the year ahead.
We might have a clue about some of the president's remarks from the special guests the White House invited to tonight's address.
|Fake News, The DNC's New Chairman, Disrupting Democracy||
I hope you are sharing these reports with friends and family members. If they only get their news from the "mainstream media," they really are getting fake news. Here are two examples.
Friday, the New York Times did a report on President Trump's CPAC speech. Consider this excerpt:
|Promises Kept, Pence Urges Prayer & Action, CUFI Washington Summit||
Last year, Donald Trump had a "scheduling conflict" and did not attend CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference. Insiders say the Trump campaign was concerned about the reception he would get. There were threats of protests and mass walkouts.
The media said skipping the event would kill his chances in the GOP primary. CPAC blasted Trump, saying that it was "very disappointed," adding that his snub "sends a clear message to conservatives."
|Return To Normal, Anti-Semitism In America, "Divisions On Display"||
Return To Normal
Last year, school districts all across America received an unbelievable letter from the federal government. The Obama Education Department, citing federal Title IX prohibitions against sex discrimination in public education programs, threatened to withhold funding unless every school changed its policies to allow boys who claim to be girls to use girls' bathrooms and locker rooms.
|Trump Enforces The Law, Taking On Sanctuary Cities, The Real Hacking Story||
Trump Enforces The Law
Yesterday, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly issued two orders effectively removing Obama-era restrictions on our immigration enforcement and Border Patrol officers. The first order called for federal agencies to begin "expeditiously" hiring 10,000 Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents and 5,000 new Border Patrol agents.