Future of America


Here’s Why President Trump Won the Healthcare Battle

Trump Won The Health Care Battle by David Benkof After the failure of Trumpcare in Congress, journalists and politicians on the Left haven’t stopped crowing about the president’s supposed defeat. From Lawrence O’Donnell (“His presidency effectively ended today”) to Charles Blow (“a crushing blow to Trump’s brand”) they seem to have no clue Trump’s opponents have been played.   Will the “experts” never learn? Those of us who oppose his presidency must admit it already: Trump is an immortal politician. His detractors continually gloat that THIS time his career isRead More

North Carolina Will No Longer Teach First Grade Boys To Dress Like Girls

Pro-Family Group Wins: North Carolina Will No Longer Teach First Grade Boys To Dress Like Girlsby Jack Kocsis There used to be a common phrase teachers and parents would use when school-aged boys acted up: “Boys will be boys.” Recently, a North Carolina school district tried to change that by teaching first graders that some boys should actually be girls. Without notifying parents, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools system planned to read young students a picture book called “Jacob’s New Dress.” In the book, a schoolboy, Jacob, wants to wear a pink dress. InsteadRead More

California Wants to Become a Sanctuary State Yet Asks for $100 Billion in Federal Funds

California Asks For $100B Despite Refusal To Enforce Immigration Lawsby  Jason Chulack California officials may not be happy with President Trump’s immigration orders, but they are eager to get a piece of the $1 trillion infrastructure plan that he has promised. State officials proposed a list of infrastructure projects on Wednesday that would require $100 billion in federal funds. Some of the projects include improving roads, bridges, levees, ports and public transportation according to the Los Angeles Times. Although California Democrats have been critical of President Trump’s immigration policies, stateRead More

President Trump: ‘I Can’t Believe’ We Have to Fight in the Courts for National Security [VIDEO]

Democrats are putting the safety of the country at risk. “I can’t believe that we’re fighting in court to protect the security of our nation.” President Trump Why are Democrats playing politics with lives of American Citizens?Trump forced to fight for National Security

DNC Chair Candidate: ‘My job is to shut other white people down’

White Candidate For DNC Chair Says Her Job Will Be ‘To Shut Other White People Down’ [VIDEO]by Chuck Ross Sally Boynton Brown, a white woman running for chair of the Democratic National Committee, said Monday that if she is chosen to lead the party her job will be to “shut other white people down.” “My job is to shut other white people down when they want to interrupt,” Brown said during a DNC candidate forum. Brown, the executive director of the Idaho Democratic Committee, is running for the chair positionRead More

New Liberal LOW, Ashley Judd recites ‘Nasty Woman’ Poem in DC

Ashley Judd Says Donald Trump Has ‘Wet Dreams’ About His Daughter [VIDEO]by Chuck Ross Ashley Judd, the actress who at one time considered running for the U.S. Senate, read a poem at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. on Saturday making innuendo about incest between President Donald Trump and his daughter, Ivanka. Judd took to the stage at the event following filmmaker Michael Moore to read a poem sent to her by a 19-year-old woman from Tennessee, the actress’ home state. “I am a nasty woman,” Judd read to dramaticRead More

Trump Could Immediately Sign 200 Executive Orders [VIDEO]

Trump To Immediately Sign As Many As 200 Executive Orders [VIDEO]by Michael Bastasch President-elect Donald Trump will sign as many as 200 executive orders targeting a wide range of Obama administration policies, according to Fox News judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano. Napolitano told Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum Wednesday night that, based on his conversations with the president-elect, Trump could sign hundreds of regulations on his third full day in office. The judge did not say what policies were being targeted by the incoming administration. Trump has hinted he would, forRead More

Sessions Confirmations Show Trump Will Steamroll Democrats On SCOTUS

Sessions Hearings Show Democrats Ill-Equipped To Stop Trumpby  Kevin Daley This week’s confirmation hearings for Sen. Jeff Sessions portend trouble for Democrats promising to mount an effective resistance to the Trump administration. Senate Democrats have adopted a fairly hostile posture to the full range of President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees. They promised to subject each candidate to the “Garland treatment,” hoping to turn the appointments process into a slog engulfing the early months of Trump’s presidency. If any nomination was to be stymied, even scuttled, Sessions’ was the most vulnerable. A failedRead More

Your Tax Dollars at Work: ‘Jaws’ is Scary, Girls like Barbie, Frat Guys Drink

Feds Spend Tax Dollars To Discover Frat Brothers Like Alcohol, Girls Like Dolls, And Sharks Are Scaryby  Luke Rosiak Federal grants awarded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) bankrolled studies to discover that fraternity brothers like to drink, that “Jaws” is a scary movie, that little girls like Barbie dolls and that most people generally fear pain at the dentist. These and other taxpayer-funded academic studies were highlighted Tuesday in Sen. Jeff Flake’s newly-released Wastebook, which said “the studies highlighted here are not finding solutions to drinking-related problems, butRead More

Golden Globes: Meryl Streep Just Proved That Nobody Cares What Celebrities Think

Good News, America! Nobody Cares What Celebrities Thinkby Katie Frates Some of the world’s most famous celebrities #stoodwithher, and it did a whole lot of nothing for Hillary Clinton. Madonna, Beyonce, Jay Z, Sigourney Weaver, Katy Perry, Meryl Streep and Lady Gaga — among many others — all threw their support behind Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. Those endorsements were supposed to rally their millions of fans to get to the voting booth and elect the first female president of the United States. Instead, Clinton lost states that wentRead More