Thursday, I was a guest on Political Storm's weekly Real Politics With Real People show. It was a great honor to be on the panel discussion hosted by Jon Saltzman.
It was a raucous day Monday on Capitol Hill at the start of the Senate confirmation hearings to approve Brett Kavanaugh's appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court. Amidst outbursts from the gallery by anti-Kavanaugh protesters, Senate Democrats pulled out all the stops in an all-out effort to delay the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh, throwing one … Continue reading Cruz Drops a Truth Bomb About Democrat Opposition to Kavanaugh’s Confirmation
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Check out my latest conversation on Political Storm. -JP Mac Is "shadowbanning" going to become more prevalent as we get closer to the Midterm Elections?
The new movie Death of a Nation, by Dinesh D'Souza, is now out in theaters. Its main premise is that Donald Trump finds himself governing over an extremely divided nation, much as Abraham Lincoln did just before and during the Civil War. Like in his previous movies, the protagonists are the Republicans and conservatives. … Continue reading Movie Review: Death of a Nation
Pence went over the highlights of the tax plan, stating that the average working family in Philadelphia will save around $2500/year in taxes under the new plan. He mentioned how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act eliminated a major component of the Affordable Care Act. “We cut out the core of Obamacare, the individual mandate is gone,” Pence said, his statement garnering approving applause.
It seems that forces within this country are hell bent on rendering America in two once again. Extremist groups, some with the backing of the media and academia seem intent on exploiting our political divide for their purposes. Do you think America is headed towards a second Civil War?
Liberals don't like Kavanaugh, they are deathly afraid of him overturning Roe v. Wade, and would prefer a justice who believes in a "living Constitution". Conservatives like him because they think he won't legislate from the bench. Libertarians are concerned that he will opt for an interpretation of the Constitution that favors the government over individual rights.