December 15, 2017

Senate Budget a Major Step Toward Tax Reform, but Falls Short on Spending Reforms

The Senate passed its fiscal year 2018 budget resolution late Thursday night, paving the way for potentially the most comprehensive tax reform package in decades. The proposal is a significant step toward implementing the president and Congress’ tax reform agenda. However, it fails to make significant cuts to federal spending—an important piece of the puzzle […]

Democrats and Media Sing Together: Pro-American Immigration Reforms Are ‘Poison Pill’

Democratic legislators, progressive advocacy groups, and the established media are singing in harmony: President Donald Trump’s list of pro-American immigration reform priorities are an illegitimate “poison pill” created by White House adviser Steven Miller who is eager to sabotage a bipartisan, popular and noble welcome for a modest number of child “dreamers.” The tone was set by top Democratic […]

5 Great Reforms Betsy DeVos Will Bring to the Department of Education

On Tuesday, Vice President Mike Pence broke a tie in the U.S. Senate to confirm President Donald Trump’s nominee to head the Department of Education, Betsy DeVos. Liberals have launched numerous attacks on DeVos, even protesting her nomination with a 24-hour “speechibuster” reminiscent of Ted Cruz’s anti-Obamacare message in 2013. Liberal attacks have branded her an […]

Pope Francis Radically Reforms Marriage Annulment Process, Citing the ‘Salvation of Souls’

VATICAN CITY (TheBlaze/AP) — In his latest move that is capturing international attention, Pope Francis radically reformed the Catholic Church’s process for annulling marriages Tuesday, in an effort to speed up, simplify and lower the cost of the oft-times complex procedure. After an expert group was assembled to study how marriage law is handled in […]

Source: