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Does the Chamber of Commerce have an internal conflict on USMCA?

Impeachment may be dominating national news, but work aimed at making the US-Mexico-Canada trade agreement (USMCA) law continues in Washington, DC.  As much as this was supposed to be the top age …

“Astroturf Spice” all the rage in Washington D.C. as prescription drug fights loom

For those of us in Real America, October is “Pumpkin Spice” time. But in Washington D.C., where TV and political Twitter will tell you it’s all impeachment all the time, “Astro …

How Not To Win Trumps And Influence Trump: Bankroll Adam Schiff While Trying To Get Trump To Do Your Bidding

With Democrats’ march to impeachment well underway, Rep. Adam Schiff’s star continues to rise on the left and within mainstream media. While Speaker Pelosi and Rep. Jerry Nadler – wh …

Google steps in it again on privacy; kills own “good news” day with Ivanka

Today was supposed to be a “good news” day for Google. The Internet behemoth has been plagued by ongoing allegations of infringing users’ privacy, turning a blind eye to obvious inte …

2020 is going to suck like never before for Big Tech. Here’s the secret reason why.

Big Tech is under fire in Washington, D.C. like never before. But come January 2020, the amount of scrutiny of the industry could vastly increase, thanks to action planned by Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC). …

Here’s the “nuclear deregulation” Democrats are worried about. No, this is not The Onion.

Need a break from impeachment-mania? We’ve got you covered with some very old school, very pre-Trump era “Democrats freaking out about totally reasonable policy” news. We noted awhil …

Ruh-roh: Democrats worried that impeachment might make them look like they’re abandoning their legislative duties

Earlier this week, Erick pointed out that the biggest winner of the apparent Democratic move to impeach President Trump was the NRA and the biggest losers were environmental activists who had hoped to …

Meet the former Henry Waxman staffer fighting for extra red tape at a key federal agency

As anyone tracking news in key 2020 states Ohio and Pennsylvania can tell you, nuclear energy hasn’t been in the best of shape lately. Under pricing pressure from natural gas, and ongoing pressure f …

Are Nancy Pelosi and Kevin McCarthy doing favors for Chinese companies? And is Salem Media helping obscure McCarthy’s role?

When Congress returns from its August recess, one of the bills that will be on its plate is the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).  This is one of those “must-pass” bills that …

Report: Wilbur Ross could force new tariffs and quotas hitting PA, OH and FL tomorrow

Could new tariffs and sourcing quotas that would hammer US electricity customers in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida be coming tomorrow? According to a report from Reuters, that may well be the case. Ac …

Amy McGrath didn’t just “jump in” to the race for Senate… she’s actually been running all year!

Democrat Amy McGrath is grabbing headlines this week for “jumping in” to the race against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. But a quick glance at McGrath’s FEC filings indicate …

Bad news for the pro-abortion crowd: Lawsuit could expose dirty laundry of top population controller

With recent legislative victories in Vermont, New York, and Illinois, the pro-abortion crowd has been on a roll, racking up win after win at the expense of unborn babies’ lives. But the likes of …

Why Democrats spent so much time bashing Big Pharma last night

Did you notice how last night, during the first debate, virtually all the candidates took an opportunity to bash Big Pharma just about as hard as humanly possible? No? Is that because you didn’t …

Meet the GOP consultants lobbying to advance AOC’s agenda in Congress

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has rocked American politics, shifting its leftward wing dramatically further to the left alongside her 2016 presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders. Conservative, and Rep …

Every DC lobby’s favorite way to buy Democrats off: Minority caucuses and interest groups

In the era of hyper-regulation-and-taxation-happy Democratic Socialists, it’s tough for big businesses to get any love– or even neutrality– from today’s Democratic Party. But i …

John Weaver, Russia, uranium and cui bono

A couple of weeks ago, the Daily Beast’s Lachlan Markay uncovered something of a scoop: John Kasich adviser, Russia-basher and renowned leaker-of-dirt-involving-his-clients #nevertrump political …

WATCH: “Impeach” Al Green goes nuts on African-American entrepreneur for… being racist?

Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) is already well-known for his outlandish statements. It looks like last week, he took a break from his one-man campaign to impeach President Trump – something even Speak …

How special interests get their way in DC: Front groups, former Democratic senators, Democratic public affairs shops doing the dirty work of their supposed “adversaries.”

One of the biggest political fights brewing in Washington DC is over Medicare potentially changing to direct negotiations with drugmakers over drug pricing for seniors in the entitlement program. Gene …

Texas wants to spend up to $4 billion on storm preparedness. And that might be just the beginning.

Texas has about a month to go in its every-other-year legislative session and one of the big issues on the docket is storm preparedness, namely trying to ensure that if another Hurricane Harvey hits, …

Astroturf, cage-matches and swing-state politics: huge energy fight brewing in Pennsylvania

Just months into the 2020 presidential campaign, attention is already beginning to focus on a handful of states with disproportionate clout in the nominating and general election process. Foremost amo …

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