On Monday, President Trump announced a Supreme Court nominee to fill the vacancy created by Justice Anthony Kennedy. President Trump kept his promise to conservatives by nominating Judge Brett Kavanaugh, an exceptionally well-qualified judge who will interpret and apply the law fairly. The Hill has Jenny Beth’s commentary:  Kavanaugh is a nominee with excellent academic…

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The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair   on internet sales tax produces a level of uncertainty of where we stand with e-commerce, federalism and even the U.S. Constitution’s Commerce Clause. The Supreme Court upheld the state law requiring online companies that make over $100,000 in South Dakota or have over 200 transactions annually to pay an…

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This week, the House of Representatives met over an issue that has vexed Congress for too long: illegal immigration. For too long, Democrats and many Republicans have turned a blind eye to the fact that illegal immigrants broke the laws of our country to skip in line ahead of people who have enough respect for…

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In a few weeks – for the first time ever – a U.S. president is scheduled to sit down with the leader of North Korea to negotiate the possibility of denuclearization and peace. If President Trump plays his cards right and talks continue to go in an “America first” direction, the summit will happen on…

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It’s been several weeks since President Trump was forced to sign a spending bill that he didn’t really want to sign into law. Senators and Representatives are dragging their feet on passing 12 funding bills before the fiscal year ends on Sept. 30. Not to mention, more than 250 of Trump’s nominees are still waiting…

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It’s been a year since Justice Neil Gorsuch was sworn in to the U.S. Supreme Court and not only has he made a big impact on the court, he has shown he’s the perfect pick to succeed the late Justice Antonin Scalia. The Washington Times has the commentary: The judiciary is the one co-equal branch…

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To make up for the passage of the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill, House Republicans are planning to pass a balanced budget amendment that would actually make things even worse. While their goal is to demonstrate fiscal responsibility — one of the main reasons why House Republicans hold the majority in the first place —…

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“Chappaquiddick” will officially premiere in theaters today against a backdrop of high-profile scandals and it’s not at all what one would expect from Hollywood’s liberal and condescending lecturers. Throughout the movie, it does not go unnoticed that it strips away the decades-long myth perpetuated by the Kennedy family and spotlights Mary Jo Kopechne as a…

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Since our nation’s founding, a strong patent system that has treated intellectual property with the same respect as physical property has incentivized artists and scientists to invent, produce, and create freely. But in recent years, the United States has fallen behind other countries when it comes to innovation, dropping to 12th place in global intellectual…

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