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JOIN US: Wear red Wednesday to wish President Trump many happy returns!

Tea Party Patriots staff and grassroots activists from across the nation Wednesday will show their pride in the red, white and blue and in their commander in chief, President Donald J. Trump, by wearing read for the business mogul’s 71st birthday. Will you join us in wearing red to show support for the president and his blueprint for a freer, safer and more prosperous America? “The media, the intolerant left and the Washington establishment are doing everything they can to undermine the president and the agenda that the American people voted for. In a show of solidarity, let’s stand up to support the president on his birthday,” reads ...

Do you live in one of the best states for concealed carry?

As concealed-carry regulations vary widely across the country, it has become more difficult to acquire a permit to exercise your Second-Amendment right, according to Guns & Ammo magazine. The criteria included in determining which states were the best and worst includes ease of acquiring a concealed carry permit, costs associated with acquiring a license, training hours required and reciprocity with other states. Here are the top-three best states for concealed carry, according to The Washington Times: "#1. Arizona: As good as it gets: The Grand Canyon State was at the top in all categories, and issues permits to residents even though it ...

Republicans are pushing back against liberals intent on stifling free speech

The fuel and spirit to fight on the right is coming from many corners following the liberal attack to silence Fox News’ Sean Hannity. After the news broke that a couple of Hannity’s advertisers were pulling their content from Hannity’s show, Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin sprang into action, asking thousands of members to call both Cars.com and USAA. PoliZette has the commentary: "A new attack on our First Amendment rights is happening right now, and we must engage!" she wrote. "The far Left has lost its mind in the wake of President Donald Trump's historic victory, and they are lashing out in an attempt to undermine his ...

Patriots nationwide respond to USAA, Hannity controversy

Dozens of patriots from around the country contacted us to express disappointment over USSAA’s decision to pull ad dollars from Fox News’ “Hannity” – a program that, according to the Associated Press, this year has an average viewership of 2.67 million – a move the financial-services company reversed after the public outcry. Veteran and USAA member John Chaffee expressed his displeasure in an email to us saying, “I wrote USAA and advised them that since they had cancelled their advertising on his show, I was cancelling and I had already cut up, my card.” USAA initially pulled its ad dollars from “Hannity” allegedly because ...

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich: Surrender or fight

Longtime political pundit and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich says our country is approaching a fork in the road and that Americans shouldn’t fall for the version of President Trump the mainstream media and government bureaucrats who lined Hillary Clinton’s campaign coffers want you to believe. Fox News has the commentary: As the media continues to serve as a megaphone for the nameless federal employees who have axes to grind, remember that 95 percent of 2016 campaign donations from federal employees went to Hillary Clinton. At the State Department, 99 percent of employees who gave supported Clinton, and that figure is 97 percent at ...

Inflation down in April

Americans were hit hard in the economic downturn and, while nothing can fully make up for the financial blows sustained then, it’s a small consolation for American families that their dollar stretched a little farther in the month of April, as the rising costs of consumer goods slowed slightly. The Washington Examiner has the story: Inflation slowed to a 2.2 percent annual rate in April, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday in a release of the Consumer Price Index that suggested that inflationary pressures have eased off in recent months. Inflation was even lower than forecasters' expectations, which it to slow for a second straight ...

Unemployment applications in April far below projections

Fewer men and women are applying for unemployment benefits, as the numbers in the latest jobless-claims report are far below what some analysts projected: 238,000 at the end of April instead of the projected 246,000. The Washington Examiner has the story: Even better, the Labor Department's release revealed that the total number of people receiving unemployment benefits, which are available for up to 26 weeks in most states, fell to 1.96 million, the lowest level in 17 years. Over the past month, the average number of total continuing claims was 1.99 million, a number not seen since late 1988, when Ronald Reagan was still president and the ...

President Trump’s labor nominee clears latest confirmation hurdle

President Donald J. Trump's labor-secretary nominee Alexander Acosta made it over the latest hurdle in his confirmation battle and will likely face an up-or-down vote on the Senate floor later this week. The Washington Free Beacon has the story: The Senate voted 61-39 to advance Acosta to a vote expected for Friday. Acosta was confirmed easily to three prior positions in the federal government, including a brief stint at the National Labor Relations Board. His nomination for labor secretary has garnered more opposition from Democrats, as Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) pledged to block President Donald Trump's cabinet appoint...

Former Justice Thomas clerk: President Trump’s Gorsuch appointment a ‘landmark’ accomplishment

Carrie Severino, former clerk to Justice Clarence Thomas and chief counsel for the Judicial Crisis Network, in her latest column for National Review says one of President Donald J. Trump’s biggest accomplishments during his first 100 days in the Oval Office is the appointment of now-Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Read the commentary below: Assessments of a president’s first hundred days are largely a meaningless metric invented by story-hungry media. But in this case, President Trump has been able to rack up such a significant accomplishment in this short time that we can already be confident it will be remembered as one of the ...

Sen. Chuck Grassley says he expects a Supreme Court resignation ‘this summer’

We may soon be in for another Supreme Court showdown as Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) told an Iowa-based newspaper he expects a Supreme Court resignation by the end of the summer. Muscatine Journal has the details: "I would expect a resignation this summer," he said. An upcoming resignation has been "rumored," he said, but he did not name a justice. The question was posed to him during a question-and-answer session at Kent Corporation headquarters, by Kent employees, National Association of Manufacturers members and elected officials at Kent Corporation headquarters. A person would likely be nominated from ...