|Where's The News?, Laws Were Broken, Religious Liberty Under Siege||
Where's The News?
To say there is a lot going on in Washington this week would be a "YUGE" understatement. Major issues on the president's agenda (healthcare vote) and issues impacting his legacy (Gorsuch hearing) are coming to a head this week.
But what is likely to dominate tonight's evening news broadcasts and the headlines in tomorrow's papers is the testimony this morning by FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Admiral Michael Rogers before the House Intelligence Committee.
|Trump Convinces Conservatives, Encouraging News||
Trump Convinces Conservatives
Nobody knows exactly what happened, but there was breaking news this morning from the White House that President Trump has secured the support of more than a dozen key House conservatives for the leadership's Obamacare repeal bill.
|"Unprecedented Overreach", Consider Yemen, Pro-Abortion Extremism||
A left-wing federal judge has once again blocked an executive order meant to safeguard our homeland security. Obama-appointed Judge Derrick Watson sided with arguments by the state of Hawaii, which said it was worried about losing Muslim tourists. This morning, a federal judge in Maryland also ruled against the president's order.
|Trump's Taxes, Ryancare Revolt, Jihadist Visas?||
Here's some "breaking news" thanks to crack investigative reporting by MSNBC: Donald Trump is a rich man who paid a lot of money in taxes.
Last night, Rachel Maddow informed America that Trump reported $150 million in income and paid $38 million in taxes twelve years ago. We know this because someone leaked two pages of Trump's 2005 tax return to David Cay Johnston, a reporter who writes about economics and tax issues.
|Left-wing Intolerance, Obamacare Turmoil Intensifies, Socialist Surge||
The intolerance of the left was on full display this weekend. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was accosted when he attempted to go shopping at an Apple store. It was another disturbing incident involving the public shaming of Trump officials by left-wing fanatics.
|Fighting For Your Values, Back To Court, Purim||
Fighting For Your Values
I had a great meeting yesterday at the White House with other pro-life leaders and Vice President Mike Pence. I know you don't need reminding, but some politicians have mixed records on the sanctity of life. Not so with Vice President Pence.
|Good News On Jobs, A Day Without Women, Vermont's Refugee Rebellion||
Good News On Jobs
A jobs report released yesterday by ADP and Moody's Analytics estimated big gains last month -- 298,000 jobs. Let me give you some perspective on just how big that number is: During Obama's eight years in office, job growth averaged just 109,000 new jobs per month.
|Thank You!, Wikileaks Stokes Controversy, Speaking Of Presidential Leadership. . .||
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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!