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	The Questions Medicare for All Supporters Must Answer

The Questions Medicare for All Supporters Must Answer

Bernie Sanders may currently be riding a wave of political momentum, but his new health-care plan remains untested  Read more

 GOP senators renew request for more information about FBI Clinton email probe

GOP senators renew request for more information about FBI Clinton email probe

Three Senate Committee chairmen have renewed their request for additional information from an inspector general report on the FBI’s handling of an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server  Read more

Trump can and should drive a harder bargain on EU trade talks

Trump can and should drive a harder bargain on EU trade talks

Free trade benefits Americans and the world. But free trade must be just that, free. It cannot be free on one side and obstructed by shadow protectionism on the other. And that's what I fear new U.S. trade talks with the European Union would produce  Read more

Conservatives urge Trump to stick with Moore for Fed

Conservatives urge Trump to stick with Moore for Fed

Conservatives are rallying around economist Stephen Moore as President Trump's controversial pick for the Federal Reserve Board faces a tough fight ahead  Read more

Trump is bound to win again in 2020 if Democrats are as far-left as Bernie Sanders

Trump is bound to win again in 2020 if Democrats are as far-left as Bernie Sanders

Fox Business host Scott Varney has slammed 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' town hall appearance on Fox News on Monday evening and predicted President Trump will win his re-election campaign if he runs against him  Read more

	What Elizabeth Warren Doesn’t Get about Taxes

What Elizabeth Warren Doesn’t Get about Taxes

The Massachusetts senator proposes to use some of the most economically damaging forms of taxation in a misguided attempt to help the poor  Read more

Democrats, as usual, were wrong on Trump’s tax cuts

Democrats, as usual, were wrong on Trump’s tax cuts

On Tax Day this Monday, let’s look back at the predictions that were made when President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act around Christmas 2017  Read more

 Pelosi's Democrats have little to show voters after first 100 days in House majority

Pelosi's Democrats have little to show voters after first 100 days in House majority

Democrats stormed into control of the House on promises to raise wages, lower the cost of health care and improve how Congress works, saying they were siphoning power from Washington elites and giving it back to the people  Read more

 Trump campaign raises $30 million in first quarter

Trump campaign raises $30 million in first quarter

The president's committee already has $40.8 million in the bank for the 2020 election  Read more

Mueller report to be released Thursday

Mueller report to be released Thursday

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report will be released on Thursday morning, a Justice Department spokesperson said  Read more

White House Considers Cracking Down on Home Countries of Migrants Who Overstay Their Visas

White House Considers Cracking Down on Home Countries of Migrants Who Overstay Their Visas

The White House is considering imposing travel restrictions on visa-seekers from countries whose nationals tend to overstay their short-term visas  Read more

Trump struggles to reshape Fed

Trump struggles to reshape Fed

President Trump is struggling to win his fight to reshape the Federal Reserve with Republicans rebelling over a potential nominee and the bank's chairman resisting calls to cut interest rates  Read more

Rod Rosenstein Defends Attorney General’s Handling Of Mueller Report

Rod Rosenstein Defends Attorney General’s Handling Of Mueller Report

Outgoing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Thursday defended Attorney General William Barr against allegations that he is misleading Congress and the public about the special counsel’s Russia report  Read more

 Bernie's bad voting proposal

Bernie's bad voting proposal

Earlier this year, Democrats in Washington proposed sweeping election reforms that included expanding early voting for at least 15 days, allowing voters to register on the day of an election, and limiting states’ efforts to purge voter rolls. Bernie Sanders wants to go even further  Read more

 After Rapid Rise, Michael Avenatti Sees Inevitable Fall

After Rapid Rise, Michael Avenatti Sees Inevitable Fall

Last week, federal prosecutors released a 61-page indictment against attorney Michael Avenatti, who allegedly bilked his own clients to bankroll his lavish lifestyle. Last month, federal prosecutors in New York charged him with trying to extort millions from Nike  Read more

A red wave is rising – and the Democrats are powerless to stop it

A red wave is rising – and the Democrats are powerless to stop it

President Trump’s shrewd governance, along with unforced errors by the Democratic Party, has the president positioned to not only win the White House for a second term but also to win back the House and make gains in the Senate  Read more

Herman Cain elevation to Fed likely dead in the water following fourth GOP defection

Herman Cain elevation to Fed likely dead in the water following fourth GOP defection

President Trump's recently-floated elevation of Herman Cain to the seven-member Federal Reserve board has lost critical Republican support in the Senate, Fox News has learned, all but dooming the former GOP presidential candidate's chances  Read more

 Pence knocks Buttigieg for criticizing him: 'He knows better'

Pence knocks Buttigieg for criticizing him: 'He knows better'

Days after South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg directly attacked Mike Pence for his stance on LGBT issues, the Republican vice president denounced the comments, saying the 2020 hopeful “knows better.”  Read more