Trump’s Gutsy Move In Israel

Photo: Jerusalem, Credit: PNW

“The final status of Jerusalem has always been one of the most difficult and sensitive questions in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”

Democrat Conyers To Retire Immediately

John Conyers announces retirement. (Reuters photo: Rebecca Cook)

If the accusations against Conyers “are not true,” as he said today, then why settle the cases with money from the Congressional Slush Fund? Why quit? 

What Alabama Facebook Users Are Saying About Roy Moore

While I’ve consumed a ton of news about the Roy Moore allegations, I am much more interested in how Alabama voters are interpreting the allegations. One of the great advantages of having a massive social media community is that ForAmerica can get a pretty good read on voter temperature. So ForAmerica went to our Alabama

Republicans Need To Go All-In On Trump’s Tax Cuts

 Cutting middle class taxes must become the GOP’s primary focus. Cutting taxes for the middle class is the mechanism through which Republicans can and should redeem themselves after their hack job attempting to repeal Obamacare. Republicans in Congress, led by President Trump, need to set a hard September 30 deadline so that taxes can be cut retroactively

Why Congress Can’t Seem to Cut Any Spending

Ever wonder why Congress can’t seem to get any part of government off our backs? Ever wonder why Congress can’t stop putting our taxpayer resources into programs we don’t need, don’t want, or don’t work? Check out this nugget buried in the middle of a Politico piece this morning that attempts to summarize the internal Republican

Pro-Trump Super PAC Donors See Their Money Thrown Away

The so-called “Pro-Trump” Super PAC, America First Policies, announced yesterday a $3 million advertising campaign in support of 12 Republican House members who publicly supported a bill that was never voted on. Here’s the ad for Congressman Scott Tipton (CO), in case you want to watch it – it’s got a whopping 14 views as