Trump, on a post-election "thank you tour," told an audience in Cincinnati that his pick for secretary of defense, retired Marine General James Mattis, is “the closest thing to General George Patton that we have.” The comparison is apt.
Just when Steve Mnuchin, a member of the Goldman Sachs banking community, has been written off as a plant inserted to influence Trump's policies, along he comes with something as sensible and necessary as selling Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
With an anti-establishment figure poised to assume the presidency, isn’t it time to put anti-establishment media in the White House briefing room? Other than sacrificing the .1 percent of positive coverage Donald Trump might otherwise get from the mainstream media, it’s hard to see a downside.
President-elect Donald Trump picked Elaine Chao for secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation on Tuesday.
The post-election anti-Trump riots could be a prelude to widespread violence that is being planned for the run-up to Inauguration Day. Why are the DOJ and IRS ignoring the billionaires and their "non-profit" organizations that are funding this chaos?
Prince Hamlet, in another context, said "To sleep, perchance to dream." Is it possible that an Ayn Rand disciple, believing in an unfettered free market, might be named secretary of the Treasury?
When President-elect Donald Trump claims he would have won the popular vote had it not been for illegal voting, the media insist there’s no “documented proof” of widespread electoral fraud. When Hillary Clinton joins in the Jill Stein inspired recount in Wisconsin, it’s called justifiable.
The “tolerant” Left continues to flail in the weeks following the presidential election. Clinton supporters have already made headlines over their petulant and in some cases violent reactions to the election results, but after their kicking and screaming has failed to make any change, they’ve resorted to bullying and threats. According to WND.com, disgruntled individuals and groups have reached out to Electoral College voters not only to persuade them to switch their votes to Hillary Clinton, but also to threaten them with violence if they refuse.