Republicans’ impossible choice and yesterday’s news

When news broke late last week that Russia may have been involved with interfering or influencing the Presidential election, Republicans were trapped between a rock and a hard place. To give credence through investigation could hurt their incoming President. To ignore would make them look like hypocrites. This week, we’ll see how the responses come through.

For the Federalist Party, even the platform will be driven by states and individuals

Taiwan is America’s friend, and Trump was right to speak with its President

Obama’s Soros-funded pro-dope policy in peril

Turkey submits bill to strengthen President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s powers

Obama’s last days: Amnesty for illegal immigrants and betrayal of Israel

Will fear of Trump stop Republicans from standing up to bad policy?

Mike Lee and Mark Walker: Repealing Obamacare… Let’s get this done

Only a quarter of Americans believe in global warming consensus

Obama’s national security report card: Unsatisfactory

Public university professors demand “sanctuary campus” to shield illegal aliens

Keep the federal courts out of the electoral college

The monsters attacking Sandy Hook families are the worst of us

Media very concerned about whether sadistic killer might have coughed during his execution

NYT executive editor: ‘We don’t get the role of religion in people’s lives’

Sean Hannity strips away any prior denials of alt-right involvement

Brian Molidor

Brian Molidor is Assistant Editor at The New Americana.

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