Month: November 2016

Stand with Sessions … because he’d stand with you

Senator Jeff Sessions is a good man who would be a great U.S. Attorney General, but I didn’t reach that conclusion by only examining his years on the judiciary committee, or his tenure as Alabama’s attorney general, or his record as a federal prosecutor. Those are all stellar qualifications, but…

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Trump’s political appointments are more consequential than most think

Republicans have been rightfully jubilant since last week’s victory, but the next few months will likely determine whether President-elect Donald Trump’s administration will govern from the right, from the center, or from somewhere out in left field. That’s because long after the arena speeches are delivered and the proposals are…

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Jeff Sessions should back a “general amnesty” for #NeverTrumpers

Senator Jeff Sessions is in a unique political position. He is the most respected, influential, and likeable elected official within the conservative movement – a movement that just saw many of its lifelong members declare that they’d never vote for President-elect Donald Trump or who eventually did so but rather…

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Conservatives cannot afford to sit this election out

Conservatives can begin the reconstruction phase of our embattled political movement next Wednesday morning, but right now the “Shining City on a Hill,” as Ronald Reagan once described our nation, is illuminated for all the wrong reasons. It’s on fire. The insatiable flames of unchecked government growth are burning straight…

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