Tucker is right to point his finger at Leadership for how it prioritizes their time. It is why they fail. It’s up to conservative activists, donors, and voters alike to follow Carlson’s lead and demand nothing less than a course correction.
Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) adjunct professor Celeste Barber took a brave stand against her school’s trustee board after they stopped saying the Pledge of Allegiance during meetings. Ms. Barber told Fox & Friends that the head of the SBCC’s trustee board said it had roots in “white nationalism, racism” and “nativism.”
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell could put the Pain Capable bill on the floor and keep taking cloture votes until it passes. That’s exactly what the Majority Leader did last week when he wasted time on silly show votes admonishing President Trump’s wish to bring home troops from Syria and Afghanistan.
“I know Sen. Graham has been complimentary of the President lately but I don’t trust his participation in the deal-making process on immigration. Historically, where there is Graham, amnesty usually follows.”
The time has come for the Trump White House and Republican Congressional leaders to finally get on the same page. The disconnect has been obvious for the last two years. Far too often in the last two years, the country saw a Republican President and a Republican-led House at odds over goals, strategies and tactics.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Rep. Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.), Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee chairman, celebrate Tuesday at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Washington. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Washington Post)
Republicans shed a lot of dead weight last night. The party failed to provide a solution to the most important domestic issue of our time – healthcare – and to no one’s surprise, it cost them.