No matter what comes of the racial scandals involving Virginias Democratic governor and attorney general ” and of allegations of sexual assault against the Democratic lieutenant governor ” we know this: Democratic claims to be the champions of women and minorities have been exposed as a blatant lie.
Mitt Romney’s effort casting himself as the arbiter of character rings hollow for some who worked on, or were involved with, the Romney 2012 campaign for the presidency.
Despite the efforts of a miserable American media and liberal establishment to malign her, first lady Melania Trump continues on with work that endears her to the American public.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a shocking report last week revealing American life expectancy is down as a result of higher drug overdose deaths and suicide. For those watching, the advent of ObamaCare, the Republican failure in reversing that debacle and the refusal of politicians to secure our southern border all have a hand in this monstrous development.
Another celebrity woman is making news as she accuses President Trump of the misogyny in which she is wading.
Michael Avenatti is accused of domestic violence, and demands due process rights that he denied Kavanaugh and Trump.
We hear nothing now about #BelieveAllWomen, because its political value is spent.
Just when you think you’ve seen the ultimate meltdown of the Democratic Party, there’s always more.
President Trump has been on another winning streak, and the Democrats are desperate for attention. Their problem? All the attention they get is also a win for the president, as it reminds us why he won in 2016 and why winning again in the midterm is so important.
Friday, Sen. Susan Collins spoke with a tone conveying a confident and heartfelt sincerity worthy of the moment.