What are we to make of the GOP and Democrats' dueling scandal wars? So much information, so little time.
President Trump is the leader of America's conservative party.
When secular leftists express frustration at how practicing Catholics (their humble servants) and evangelicals could have ever voted for Donald Trump, the first thing they refuse to concede is the horror of the alternative.
So how’s the pro-life movement doing these days? Gauging by the hysteria of one pro-abortion group, I’d say pretty well.
If the public were asked about Lisa Page, most would not know who she is. If those who know who she is were asked in a word association game to identify what she is known for, they would likely name "FBI agent" and "adulteress." They should now add someone who hates pro-lifers.
President Trump is on track to being the most pro-life president this country has ever seen. The report released [yesterday] shows that the president has gone beyond stopping the pro-abortion policies of Barack Obama, he is restoring and even expanding the pre-Obama pro-life policies.
It’s been over a year since the election that totally amazed America. To those who voted for Donald Trump it was a refreshing miracle, as the “rust belt,” the much-maligned coal miners, those who were tired of watching ISIS grow stronger, those who hated the fact that America had a president who refused to even identify our sworn blood enemy by its proper name, had finally had their voices heard.
The race for domination in the digital assistant market means getting hardware into your home is a top priority for Big Tech (the collective name for Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon). All these companies are fighting for market share, but it's Amazon's latest ad campaign that caught my eye. The online retailer couples its family of Alexa-enabled Echo devices with the boast "Smart homes start here."
On Sunday, I attended the Super Bowl, along with my father, my business partner and the president of our company. It was an amazing event. That wasn't just because the game was terrific — although it was. It was because for all the competitive fire, for all the passion and excitement, one feeling permeated the stadium in the freezing wilds of Minnesota: love.
For all its fuss and bluster about the need to “Believe Women,” the Left—and in particular, its fervently pro-abortion core—sure is bad at believing women.