Updates

07/20/18

by Curtis Ellis

Candidate Donald J. Trump said if he were president, the United States would win again.

We’d be winning so much, he promised, people would be tired of winning and say “please, stop, I can’t take it any more.”

That’s proven to be yet another promise President Trump made that’s come true.

07/13/18

by Curtis Ellis

While the Trump administration works to stem the raging epidemic of opioid addiction, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., has a plan to make it worse.

07/09/18

ON CAPITOL HILL

Exclusive: Curtis Ellis calls on Senate to confirm Kathy Kraninger as head of CFPB

President Trump has proven adept at taming the regulatory state.

One of his early executive orders directed the bureaucracy to eliminate three regulations for every new one put on the books.

07/09/18

CHANGING OF THE GUARD

by Curtis Ellis
 

The moment President Trump accepted Scott Pruitt’s resignation from the EPA, the knives were out for the man who will take over for him, Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler.

07/02/18

The 'silent Trump supporter' has gone global, and so has the Red Hen

The 2016 election gave us the “Silent Trump Supporter” — Trump voters who would not reveal their true sympathies to pollsters.

This was a great mystery at the time, but seeing now how Trump supporters are routinely denigrated, harassed and vilified, their silence was understandable if not prescient.

06/29/18

By Curtis Ellis

President Trump has proven adept at taming the regulatory state.

One of his early executive orders directed the bureaucracy to eliminate three regulations for every new one put on the books.

That has succeeded beyond everyone’s wildest dreams, with 22 regulations going into the shredder for every new entry in the Federal Register.

06/23/18

COMMIE 'CAPITALISTS'

Exclusive: Curtis Ellis proposes requirement for Beijing before port sale goes through

China is moving forward with its plan to build a vertical monopoly covering every stage of the Asia-to-U.S. export business.

06/16/18

President Trump has declared the United States must have the ability to produce aluminum and steel here at home. He backed up his words with action and imposed an import tax, or tariff, to protect America’s strategic industries from being totally wiped out by imported metals.

06/11/18

By Curtis Ellis

Does America need factories?

That question arises time and again throughout the history of the republic, and it is still with us today.

The British said no. They believed the colonies’ “comparative advantage” came from producing ore and crops, the raw materials that would feed Britain’s mills and the workers who toiled in them.

06/11/18

By Curtis Ellis

Major media are in full outrage mode after President Trump refused to sign the joint statement the Group of Seven ritualistically issued at the conclusion of its summit.

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