by Rep. Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. In an unauthorized move of Jan. 9, Sen. Diane Feinstein released, in its entirety, the transcript of the Aug. 22, 2017, Senate Judiciary Committee interview of Fusion GPS director Glenn Simpson. The interview was part
Rod Thomson We haven’t seen a ton of President Trump’s negotiating prowess so far for probably two reasons: Negotiating politically in D.C. is just flat different from negotiating in business; and Democrats don’t generally want deals — they want to
Rod Thomson This is getting dicey. It is no longer clear that Americans can trust the FBI to conduct a professional, non-partisan, fair investigation — particularly as it concerns Washington politicians. In fact, it is becoming clear that when it
Rod Thomson With President Trump’s relatively successful first year in the books it’s time to set the agenda for 2018 that builds on the conservative principles and American priorities approach that really took hold in the final months of 2017.
Rod Thomson Every newspaper and TV network will be doing their year-in-review issues around now. Considering they will primarily be re-hashing their own partisan attacks and intentional undermining of a duly elected American president, they’re not worth consuming. But America
by Rep. Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. Last week, Susan Rice, former American Ambassador to the United Nations and former National Security Adviser to President Obama, wrote an article in the New York Times regarding President Trump’s newly unveiled national security
by Rep. Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. The past week saw an unparalleled accomplishment by President Donald Trump and his team in the domestic arena in the passage of a tax plan that not only lowered corporate rates by 14 points,
by Rep. Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. Today, under the unrelenting pressure from the President of the United States, the Republican Congress accomplished what many, including me, thought would be unachievable: It passed a massive and historic tax reform package.
Rod Thomson There is plenty of Republican hand-wringing and media gloating this morning over the dramatic loss of a Republican-held U.S. Senate seat in the deepest red Alabama yesterday — the first time since a conservative Democrat won in 24
Rod Thomson One great and amazing constant in American history is that we have a peaceful handover of power every four to eight years. King George was shocked by it, as was Napoleon later. We follow the Constitution, the laws,