If President Donald Trump’s first month in office was notable for its mixture of chaos and dysfunction, the last month of 2017 showed a constant combatant who had reason to believe that his refusal to back down paid off with passage of a sweeping tax overhaul.
It’s time to put my credibility as a pundit on the line and offer eight political predictions for 2018.
If it’s OK for Democrats to demand special counsels to investigate President Trump, then it’s perfectly fair for President Trump’s attorney general to appoint special counsels to investigate every Democrat scandal.
In his first year in office, President Donald Trump has reshaped government to reflect his vision, while erasing many policies issued by his predecessor, President Barack Obama.
The tax reform law championed by President Donald Trump and Sen. Dean Heller is already boosting Nevada’s economy. The proof is sitting right on the Strip.
When President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and announced his plan to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the unorthodox executive demonstrated again that he would be a disruptor who changes how diplomacy and trade are done.
Trust me, the entire high-income, high net worth, business-owning population of California is making plans to leave.
As Washington conservatives question whether partisan FBI officials working for Special Counsel Robert Mueller have stacked the deck against President Donald Trump, a criminal case in Las Vegas points to the sort of federal prosecutorial abuses that give the right cause for paranoia.
I’m thankful for the things that liberal media experts predicted so wrong in 2017
On the economy and ISIS, the president exceeds all expectations