Have you noticed why the Alt-Left Dems won't tell you what it is they want? Truly, ask. I heard Joe Biden the other day scream, rant and rave frenetically without mentioning so much as a hint or clue as to what he has to offer should I side with him politically. But I repine not, I trust you and your common sense. But just in case you need a reminder, I provide this.
The fight over Brett Kavanaugh continues as President Trump's Supreme Court pick is confirmed.
There's no evidence Brett Kavanaugh lied under oath. But there's now quite a bit of evidence that Julie Swetnick did.
Dennis speaks on the circus that is the Kavanaugh hearing, moral bank accounts, and the vital importance of evidence.
Jeff Sessions needs to either resign immediately or put on his big boy pants and be a real attorney general.
Hands up if you ACTUALLY thought Trump wouldn't respond to LeBron's diss... anyone?— CRTV (@CRTV) August 7, 2018
This is what Trump voters LIKE about our president! He doesn't take crap from anyone. @MillerStream with more: pic.twitter.com/Q3Qpxgb9PL
By Michael Snyder
If young adults are America’s future, then they better get their act together. Today, over 30 percent of 18 to 34-year-olds live with their parents or other family members. Meanwhile, marriage rates and fertility rates in the United States have both hit record lows in recent years. Instead of coddling these self-absorbed Millennial narcissists well into their adult years, we need to be kicking them out of the nest and encouraging them to learn to fend for themselves. In many instances, if they do not learn how to act like adults by the time they are 35, they never will. It is time for parents all over America to exercise some tough love, because we are facing a major national crisis.
If you go all the way back to the mid-1970s, well over half of all 18 to 34-year-olds were already married and lived with their new spouse in their new households.
But today the most common living arrangement for those in that age group is living with Mommy and Daddy…
In 1975, when the oldest Boomers were 29, 57% of 18 to 34- year-olds lived with a spouse in their own household. Even as late as 1990, almost half lived with a partner. But in 2016, 31% were living in their parents’ home, making it the new, most common living arrangement for young adults, according to Census data.
Yes, I know that life is rough and housing is expensive and good jobs are hard to find.
But that is what being an adult is all about – overcoming the tough times and learning to stand on your own.
By Ian Schwartz
Tucker Carlson deliveres a monologue on Trump's critics hate the idea of rethinking or correcting any of the countless blunders they’ve made over the years. On the big questions, Trump is indisputably right: The Cold War is over. The world has changed. It is time to rethink America’s alliances, and act in our own interests for once, Carlson said.
"The people yelling the loudest about how the Russians are our greatest enemy and Trump is their puppet happen to be the very same people who have been mismanaging our foreign policy for the past two decades, the people who invaded Iraq and wouldn't admit it was a mistake, the people who killed Muammar Gaddafi for no obvious reason and prolonged the horrible Syrian civil war and then threw open the borders of Europe, the ones still defending the pointless Afghan conflict and even now planning brand-new disasters around the world in Lebanon, Iran and, yes, in Russia," Carlson explained.
"These are people who've made America weaker and poor and sadder, the group whose failures got Trump elected in the first place," he said. "You'd think by this late date they would be discredited completely and unemployable, wearing uniforms and picking up trash by the side of the turnpike somewhere, but, no, they're not."