Category: Election

Oil painting of George Washington's inauguration as the first President of the United States which took place on April 30, 1789

The First Presidential Inauguration of these United States

This week I will have the privilege to attend the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. While this is truly an honorable day and tradition for Americans, did you know there are seven distinct religious activities in the first presidential inauguration that have been repeated in whole or part during every subsequent inauguration?

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Goldman Sachs World Headquarters (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Trump’s Goldman Sachs Administration

It was just announced last week that Donald Trump is bringing two more Goldman Sachs alumni into his administration, bringing the total of Goldman Sachs people working for President-elect Trump to six.

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President Obama at his anti-gun press conference (Official White House Photo)

Time to Move On, Mr. President

Okay, I’m sure you will worry about us. What will we do without your superior intelligence and willingness to make all our decisions for us. Don’t worry. We’ll figure it out. You just go on, ’cause – it is time for you to move on.

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Live by executive action, die by executive action

Live by executive action, die by executive action

Suddenly, upon assuming office, Trump could start immediately rescinding controversial executive actions, whether Obama’s executive amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants with U.S.-born children, or his decision to close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility.

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Credit: Corey Taratuta

Will the Madness of Radical Liberalism Never End?

Trump won. It is reality. It doesn’t matter if people like it or not. It doesn’t matter if liberals (some allegedly paid) take to the streets and destroy every city block in every city throughout the US. Nothing is changed. Nothing except the new ways that the liberals try to change the results to fit their reality.

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Andy Puzder (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Labor Needs Less, Not More, Government

With the nomination of business executive Andy Puzder, CEO of CKE Restaurants, to be labor secretary, president-elect Donald Trump has picked a businessman who is economically literate and who understands the power of freedom and capitalism.

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Prime Minister Vladimir Putin meets with Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil Corporation Rex W. Tillerson (Source: Wikimedia Commons

Tillerson Not the Nominee Conservatives Were Looking For

To hear that Donald Trump may be appointing a man who not only led the charge to open the Boy Scouts to gay troop leaders but whose company directly gives to Planned Parenthood is upsetting at best. FRC knows Tillerson all too well, having worked for years to put the brakes on his reckless agenda for a scouting organization that was already dealing with staggering numbers of sexual abuse cases. Unfortunately, the BSA, under Tillerson, ultimately caved to the pressure of the far-Left, irreparably splitting the Scouts and destroying a proud and honorable American tradition.

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Don’t Ignore Any Foreign Influence

Don’t Ignore Any Foreign Influence

Some are calling for an investigation of whether Russia tried to influence our 2016 elections. Some of the founding fathers of our nation warned that foreigners would try to influence our elections and our policies. So, no foreign attempts to influence our elections and policies should be ignored.

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America, Hillary (The Establishment) Means to Sink Your Ship!

America, Hillary (The Establishment) Means to Sink Your Ship!

Just this week, Americans witnessed the treasonous, repeat offender Hillary Clinton jumping on board with the Communists to stir up domestic insurrection by fabricating a victim mentality in the face of the voter fraud that was perpetrated on their behalf, which completely backfired.

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Photo credit: Andreas Eichler

Way More Than Draining the Swamp

The President elect has promised in his words, “To drain the swamp.” Perhaps a better analogy would be to drain and dismantle the cesspool. This is a daunting and enormous task which begins with the careful selection of the right people over seeing each department in the Executive branch.

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