Death of Soleimani Ushers in Armageddon

Unless you have been for the last week in a coma, one of the World's greatest terrorists died in a U.S. missile strike at Baghdad Airport. Iranian General Qasem Soleimani -- that's right, an Iranian General who was in Iraq… More

The “Inconvenient Truth” Isn’t an Al Gore Movie

Do you think that Democrats are petrified to believe that Donald Trump is looking more and more likely to be re-elected in 2020? Few will acknowledge that the 45th President's support among Americans is NOT falling in the wake of… More

Impeachment: Where Are We Today?

Today's special interview with a TNN subscriber-partner is just moments away. This conversation with a middle-American businessman is NOT an entire podcast. To hear it, click on the link directly below the section titled "McConnell and the Senate." House Speaker… More

Saturday Bullet Points: January 4, 2020

Which are the most important stories of the last week that you may have missed? There are undoubtedly many, even during a holiday week. There are dozens out there we think you'd like to dig into. We'll give you the… More

Selective Hatred

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In 2017 at the Academy Awards, Meryl Streep went hard after Donald Trump for mocking a disabled reporter (Trump vehemently denies he mocks the man’s disability, but no one doubts he was insulting). In doing so, she eloquently stated the moral… More

Trump Did This?

Even though Democrats and others on the Left constantly complain about President Trump's legislative inaction during the first years of his presidency, facts do not bear out their wild allegations. In fact, few presidents have ever achieved as much as… More

Big City/State Leadership: No Accountability

The feud between the leadership of the two largest states by population and Washington D.C. has reached monumental levels. California Governor Gavin Newsom and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo have far more than professional "issues" with President Donald Trump. "They… More

The First Amendment is Dead

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government… More