Quin Hillyer: The Senate budget deal is overwhelmingly irresponsible

The Senate budget deal worked out on Wednesday should be vetoed by President Trump immediately – if it passes Congress, that is. The agreement would bust budget caps for military spending and it would create an explosion in domestic discretionary spending that is unaffordable to a nation already suffering from years of massive deficit spending.…

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What to expect from President Trump’s ‘State of the Union’ address

President Trump will give his first ‘State of the Union’ address tonight, touting the GOP’s accomplishments and how Trump’s policies are building a safe, strong and proud America. We expect Trump’s speech will resonate with our tea party values and will give the American people hope in the new year. The president is likely to…

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Starbucks expands jobs, benefits and raises thanks to tax reform

Starbucks announced Wednesday that they will create 8,000 new jobs and 500 manufacturing positions along with spending $250 million on pay increases, new jobs, employee benefits and stock options for their partners at the company’s stores. The coffee giant cites the “recent changes in the U.S. tax law” for its decision. The Washington Examiner has…

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Judicial vacancies jump to 172 and liberal obstruction holds steady

President Trump had a record number of federal circuit court judges confirmed during his first year in office; however, the number of judicial vacancies continues to rise and the Democratic minority continues to stall votes for every judicial nominee. Last Friday, President Trump intended to renominate 21 judicial picks including Kyle Duncan of Louisiana for…

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