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Despite the noise he or she can make, a Democrat’s lot is not a happy one. If you’re a Democrat you have a choice of joining either the Hysteria Chorus or the Denial Chorale. Either way, you won’t accomplish much except a painfully sore throat.
The Democrats finally got a cup of strong black coffee Tuesday night, something to help them finally come down from their epic post-election hangover. Donald Trump’s remarkable speech to Congress was notable for its tone, the public reaction it engendered and the way it left so may critical listeners speechless.
The chains are coming off. Bound tightly by the regulatory state, U.S. industry has been hobbled for what seems like forever. President Trump has wasted no time demonstrating his desire to unleash the economy and enable it to roar to life again. It’s the way to make America great again.
Rep. Dave Brat represents the 7th Congressional District of Virginia, but the real “brats” in his district are the liberal activists who disrupted his town hall the other day, spoiling it for constituents left and right, Democrats and Republicans, who were to have a rational discussion of issues important to them.
Killing people and breaking things is what war is all about, and all indications are that Donald Trump understands that. He was elected in large part to execute a war-fighting mission that Barack Obama stubbornly refused to pursue. It’s no less than necessary to guard the nation against radical Islamic terrorism.
That’s quite a hangover Oscar is still nursing, two days later. The motion picture academy tried to give him away to the wrong winners, and the academy posted a tribute to a Hollywood icon no longer with us with a photograph of someone else who is still very much with us. One of the performers was hit on the head by a prop. One thing followed another.
Some of the shills on the left lament “an epidemic of hate out there, and it’s about to drown the republic.” The contagion has spread like wildfire, which stretches cliche to a breaking point, and according to the usual jeremiahs on the left it all started with Donald Trump.
A month out of the White House, and Barack Obama is still looking for work. Fortunately, there may be a France in his future. A group of merry pranksters in Paris is circulating a petition to get him on the ballot as a candidate for president in the round of elections beginning in April.
Identity politics, the notion that you can be who you want to be just by saying so, is a game any number can play. Indeed, a visitor from Mars (or maybe it was Pluto) who was dispatched to Earth to find out just what kind of nuts we are, is said to have written home that Earth may be the most curious planet in any galaxy.
There’s no denying it, the election of Donald Trump has set off a boomlet in the economy, and it promises to expand into a genuine boom once his pro-growth policies have become comfortably settled and guiding the economy. “It’s the economy, stupid,” and Stupid seems to have finally learned a thing or two.
The “i word” — impeachment — has already surfaced in the Democratic dialogue as the party rails against President Trump, its noisy message amplified by the mainstream media. In the words of Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez, everybody is “fired up.”
President Trump meets Congress for the first time on Tuesday night, and much of the news media hopes it will prove to be a difficult rendezvous, and one witnessed by a nationwide audience.
President Trump is winning some accolades for his decision not to attend the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner, just over eight weeks away. The jumbo gala attracts over 2,600 “correspondents” — including celebrities, lobbyists, PR mavens, military brass and other high-profile folk. Squealing fans and spectators wait for sightings; there is considerable coverage of the event’s red carpet walk.
Drone aircraft recently carried out unauthorized intrusions over Air Force and Navy nuclear facilities, and the incidents pose a growing threat, the commander of the U.S. Strategic Command disclosed to Congress Wednesday.
Russia is using GoPro video on the helmets of its fighter pilots, while the U.S. Navy and Air Force do not routinely use helmet cameras that are needed to record the increasing number of dangerous aerial encounters. The Navy delayed for two years before meeting a Pacific Fleet admiral’s request to outfit pilots with helmet-mounted video cameras. The Navy also has not released any video showing some of the recent threatening encounters with Chinese aircraft since the cameras were introduced last year.
The Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency has launched a study of innovative ways to counter advanced missile threats such as ultra-high-speed maneuvering hypersonic missiles.
Portland mayor Ted Wheeler says ‘the culture of protest” is on the nation, and calls upon police to create a better “space for expression” for the demonstrators.