by Michelle Malkin
The Democratic Party presidential candidates are so unimpressive that several newcomers may enter the race. Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, who served during the Obama administration, is reportedly looking at launching a presidential campaign. In addition, former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has been talking to key Democratic Party insiders to evaluate a potential candidacy.
After the longest war in the history of our country, it is time for our troops to return home. In 2001, the United States responded to the horrific terrorist attacks of 9/11 by sending our military to Afghanistan on a mission to destroy Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda. We were successful in destroying their terrorist camps, killing and capturing Al-Qaeda leaders, and forcing Bin Laden out of the country.
President Donald Trump has stirred up a hornet’s after he ordered an immediate pullout from northeastern Syria. Maybe he could have been a bit more diplomatic. But are a thousand U.S. troops really going to make any major difference in the chaos taking place in this part of the world?
On Friday, President Donald Trump’s campaign fired back against CNN, a left-wing network masquerading as the home of “excellence in journalism.” His attorney sent a four-page letter to the network pledging to sue for a “substantial payment of damages” for their history of biased coverage.
This week, James O’Keefe of Project Veritas released a series of video tapes compiled by a whistle-blower, Cary Poarch, who became disgusted with the overt bias at the network. The tapes showed multiple examples of CNN employees admitting their network’s skewed coverage of President Trump.