With the nomination of Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma's fighting attorney general, to head up the EPA, conservatives have real hope that Trump has hit a home run.

Once Chicago's river of influence running to Washington, D.C., dries up on January 20, Chicago is going to be forced to fend for itself. 

Disgruntled government employees, unhappy over Trump's victory, have said they might quit their jobs, accomplishing part of Trump's plan to decrease government spending, without him lifting a finger. 

David Clarke, sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin — a strong advocate for the right to keep and bear arms — is reportedly under consideration by President-elect Trump to join his administration.

The betrayal by General David Petraeus of the Second Amendment, combined with his seamy exposure of state secrets to his mistress, is forcing Trump to look elsewhere for his secretary of state.

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