On his nationally syndicated radio show, host Mark Levin said that the purpose of a free press in America is to strengthen the principles of a constitutional republic, but that’s not what the press does today.
Socialism’s promises are enticing, at first, but citizens ultimately lose their freedom, a man who fled Albania to come to the U.S. warns.
On his nationally syndicated radio talk show Thursday, host Mark Levin suggested the overreaction to a CNN reporter being barred from attending an event at the Rose Garden after she refused to leave the Oval Office is the opposite of what happened under former President Obama, and pointed out the irony of the “left throw[ing] around the Constitution” and the media “throw[ing] around freedom of the press,” when there are “other parts in the First Amendment that they don’t even believe in.”
On his daily Facebook live podcast “The Ben Shapiro Show” Friday, host and Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Wire Ben Shapiro praised President Donald Trump for the “really good” economic numbers from the last quarter but also cautioned Trump to not “oversell the economy.”
Impeachment of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is still an option “at any time,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said Friday, a day after Republicans failed to act on impeachment documents and headed into recess.
On his nationally syndicated radio show Wednesday, host Mark Levin lauded President Trump for the proposed deal between the United States and the European Union on trade, suggesting that an agreement on trade, tariffs “is good, if it’s true.”
“[T]o some of our friends across the aisle who are engaged in this kind of superheated rhetoric, my advice is: get a grip!” Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) urged in floor remarks on Wednesday.
On Neil Cavuto’s “Coast to Coast” on Fox Business last Friday, former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell said that in conducting the current U.S.-China trade negotiations, President Trump is “asking China to stop cheating; he’s asking for them to stop stealing.”
A convicted sex offender who pleaded guilty to victimizing a pre-teen girl roamed the streets free for nearly a month after Orange County, North Carolina authorities refused to honor a U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainer.