Each time the subject of abolishing the Electoral College comes up, it reminds us anew that vast numbers of American citizens are civically illiterate.
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Unless you’re economically illiterate, ideologically hidebound or just blinded by hatred of Donald Trump, it is impossible to dismiss the policy successes of the Trump administration and their impact on employment.
Start with the debt that he inherited and add to it the $2.5 trillion that it is now estimated that he will add by the end of 2019 and you find that President Trump is racking up debt at a pace only slightly less than that of Barack Obama.
Trump did, Tuesday night, what presidents are hired to do – call the country to be its best.
If Chuck Schumer voted for a border wall in 2006, what’s his problem in 2019? Simple. There’s a real risk this time that a wall may actually happen.
Promise those of us who support you to never speak from a prompter again. That was your predecessor’s schtick and he was a helluva lot better at it than you.
Let’s remember, Senator, that Donald Trump won his election. He is the only Republican in the 2016 field who could have done so.
In one move, Trump outed the Democrats as the open border advocates that they are while simultaneously giving cover to Congressional Republicans.
Christmas is the season of miracles and we should thus remember that the American economy is capable of miracles if left unshackled by taxes, regulation and the incessant meddling of power hungry, vote pandering politicians.
Even some of his critics grudgingly admit that Trump’s policies are more effective than those of his predecessors.