lunes, 22 de abril de 2019

Resolute Reads

Resolute Reads

Mueller’s Report Speaks Volumes
-The Wall Street Journal
“President Trump has every right to feel liberated. What the [Mueller] report shows is that he endured a special-counsel probe that was relentlessly, at times farcically, obsessed with taking him out,” Kimberly Strassel writes. “What stands out is just how diligently and creatively the special counsel’s legal minds worked to implicate someone in Trump World on something Russia- or obstruction-of-justice-related. And how—even with all its overweening power and aggressive tactics—it still struck out.”

Mainstream Media Doubles Down on Trump Conspiracies
-New York Post
“Mainstream media coverage of the Russia-collusion story has been dead wrong for two years, yet the effort to smear President Trump continues — even after Thursday’s release of the Mueller report,” David Harsanyi writes. “In a responsible media environment, journalists who had been misled by their partisan sources for years would be clamoring to find out how the entire country could be plunged into a 22-month-long destabilizing investigation that amounted to nothing more than a now-debunked conspiracy theory.”

🎬 Attorney General Barr: No collusion. That’s the bottom line.
The Mueller Report Just Left Egg on Democrats’ Faces
-New York Post
“Trump’s election is now the most verifiably legitimate election in history. No other campaign has endured the kind of scrutiny that the Trump team has withstood. For nearly two years, 19 lawyers and 40 investigators questioned some 500 witnesses worldwide. They issued 500 search warrants and 2,800 subpoenas,” Abe Greenwald writes. “There was no underlying crime.”
Mueller Probe Was a Waste of Time and Money – No Collusion, No Obstruction
-Fox News
“As partisan Democrats and the liberal media hyperventilate over Attorney General William Barr’s release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report Thursday, they’re willfully ignoring the fact that they already know what the report concludes: Two years and $35 million was spent investigating a lie,” David Bossie writes.
Vice President Mike Pence: Congress Must Act to End the Crisis on Our Border
-Fox News
“This week, Mayor Douglas Nicholls of Yuma, Arizona, declared a state of emergency as thousands of illegal immigrants poured into the city and pushed it to its breaking point. As the mayor warned, the sudden influx of people is ‘above our capacity as a community to sustain,’” Vice President Mike Pence writes. “It’s time for Congress to do its job and close the loopholes in our immigration laws that are driving the humanitarian and security crisis on our southern border.”

UPDATE: New Mexico county asks governor to send in the National Guard
The Tax Cut that Keeps on Giving
-The Washington Times
“Another Tax Day is behind us, but negative media coverage of President Trump’s signature tax-cut legislation continues,” Heritage Foundation founder Ed Feulner writes. “Many reporters and pundits didn’t even wait until the tax cut was signed into law in December 2017 to begin mischaracterizing it . . . Never mind that the real-world experience of most Americans in the wake of these articles contradicted these gloom-and-doom predictions.”
Democrats, As Usual, Were Wrong on Trump’s Tax Cuts
-Fox News
In honor of Tax Day this past week, “let’s look back at the predictions that were made when President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act around Christmas 2017,” Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) writes. Now-Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) infamously predicted that America should brace for “Armageddon.” Liberal economist-turned-columnist Paul Krugman guaranteed a “global recession, with no end in sight.”
Strong Jobs Market Spurs Bigger Salary Offers
“Americans still think plenty of jobs are available and companies are offering better pay as they compete for a shrinking pool of available labor, new study by the New York Federal Reserve shows,” Jeffry Bartash reports. “The Fed study is the latest proof the jobs market continues to sizzle. The rate of layoffs each week — known as jobless claims — fell below 200,000 earlier this month for the first time since 1969.”

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