Conservative and Republican activists and elected officials applaud the Senate confirmation of Neil Gorsuch as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.
Brian Myers offers his thoughts on the collapse of the House Republican plan to replace Obamacare last week and its aftermath.
Pat Nicklaus: Republicans are no longer the party of the Constitution, and instead have become the party of infighting and the circular firing squad.
The American Health Care Act failed because no one on the Republican side actually liked the bill and for most conservatives it represents a broken promise.
Zachary Zupan: If we cannot trust President Trump and congressional leadership to repeal Obamacare, we can’t trust them to improve RyanCare if it passes.
Brian Darling: President Donald Trump might have a more difficult time winning re-election in 2020 because Republicans are breaking their solemn campaign promise to repeal Obamacare fully.
Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) during CNN’s town hall said that money is fungible. Taxpayer money for Planned Parenthood allows them to use other money for abortions.
The audio released of lewd comments about women made by Donald Trump in 2005 are indefensible and unsurprising considering he is a serial philanderer.
Shane Vander Hart: What started as a bump for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump after the Democratic National Convention now looks like a surge.
Shane Vander Hart: Donald Trump has made several unforced errors, but talk of him dropping out of the race or becoming “presidential” is wishful thinking.
Speaker Paul Ryan encouraged Americans to take a moment for reflection and prayer after the shooting of 12 police officers in Dallas that left five dead.
The U.S. House Select Committee on Benghazi released a 800 pg. proposed report after investigating the 9/11/12 attack on the Benghazi mission and CIA annex.
The FBI and Justice Department on released the full transcript of the 911 call placed by Omar Mateen after originally redacting Islamic State references.
With the continued string of unforced errors from Donald Trump is it possible that delegates at the Republican National Convention will mutiny?
Shane Vander Hart: The odds a “fresh face” like Speaker Paul Ryan being selected at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland is slim and none.
Mark Tooley with Institute of Religion & Democracy discusses his opposition to Donald Trump, and Steve Myers talks March Madness on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.