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Clinton's Incivility, Insulting The Police, Harping On Haley

Clinton's Incivility
Remember when Hillary Clinton referred to half of Trump supporters as "deplorable and irredeemable"?  She later tried to apologize by saying, "I regret saying 'half' -- that was wrong." 
Well now we know that she really meant to say "all Trump supporters" were deplorable.

Honoring Justice Kavanaugh, Soros, Russia & Senate Investigations, Deadlines Fast Approaching

Honoring Justice Kavanaugh
Last night's White House swearing-in ceremony for Justice Brett Kavanaugh was an extraordinary event.  The atmosphere was electric.  People were hugging and high-fiving one another as a scowling press corps looked on. 
The room erupted in applause when Justice Kavanaugh came in.  I am pleased to report that his family looked relieved and restored.  I made a point of going over to his daughters to let them know that they have a great dad.  So too did President Trump during his remarks.  

Celebrating Justice Kavanaugh, The Fever On The Left, The Awakening On The Right

Celebrating Justice Kavanaugh
I got a call late last night, which was followed up by a formal invitation, to attend the White House swearing-in ceremony for Justice Brett Kavanaugh at 7:00 PM this evening. 
I will be there representing all of you who fought so hard and who empowered us to fight so hard in what was the most brutal confirmation battle Washington has seen in decades, if ever.

Kavanaugh Advances, Pence Takes On China, "We're Coming For You"

Kavanaugh Advances
The Senate voted 51-to-49 this morning to begin 30 hours of debate on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court. 
Senators Collins (R-ME), Flake (R-AZ) and Manchin (D-WV) voted to move forward with the debate, while Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) voted with Senate Democrats to filibuster Kavanaugh's nomination.

McConnell Stands Firm, The Atmosphere In D.C., Collusion, Anyone?

McConnell Stands Firm
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has sometimes frustrated conservative activists.  But right now every conservative in America owes McConnell a huge debt of gratitude.

Investigation Updates, Changing Tactics, Trump Defends Life

Investigation Updates
Washington is buzzing with reports that the FBI investigation into the allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh may wrap up today.  Once the FBI's work is concluded, senators will receive a report from the Bureau. 
There is some debate as to what, if anything, will be made public.  It is not standard practice to release FBI reports to the Senate, but nothing about this confirmation process has been standard practice.

The Left's Strategy, A Left-wing Show Trial, Vote This Week

The Left's Strategy
Every other day, the left is coming up with another charge against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.  Some are so grotesque as to be unbelievable

Trump Trade Triumph, Investigations Galore, A Question Of Credibility

Trump Trade Triumph
President Donald Trump has delivered on another major campaign promise.  He successfully renegotiated the Clinton-era NAFTA agreement. 
Trump repeatedly said he wanted a better deal for America, and everyone repeatedly said it couldn't be done.  But Trump negotiated one deal with Mexico and conducted another set of negotiations with Canada, which was dragging its feet over a variety of issues.

Friday, September 28, 2018

Judgment Day

As I am sending this to you, the Senate Judiciary Committee is supposed to vote any moment on Judge Kavanaugh's nomination.  Unfortunately, it seems that Senator Jeff Flake has thrown a wrench into the process.  He appears to be insisting on an FBI investigation, adding yet another delay. 

Please call Senator Flake's office at 202-224-4521 and urge him to support the nominee and stop delaying the confirmation process. 

Kavanaugh's Indictment, The Senators vs. The Judge, Late Developments

Kavanaugh's Indictment
Judge Brett Kavanaugh entered the hearing room today after ten days of his character and his family being smeared day after day.  After liberal politicians accused him and his supporters of being evil and saying that people will die if he is confirmed, he declared his innocence and blasted the confirmation process as "a national disgrace."