Judge Roy Moore: A True Outsider for the Conservative Cause

By: Zack Duvall   Judge Roy Moore. That name has been at the center of Alabama’s state politics for the past three-decades and has drawn both bi-partisan praise, and support on many issues, but has also endured the wrath of the federal government when he has shown his commitment to conservative values on others. The former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court is known … Continue reading Judge Roy Moore: A True Outsider for the Conservative Cause

Defense Secretary Mattis Arrives in Afghanistan, Narrowly Avoids Taliban Attack

By: Zack Duvall   U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis arrived at Afghanistan’s main airport located in Kabul at roughly 11 am Wednesday, just hours later that same airport would come under siege by Taliban insurgents fighting a war against the American-backed Afghan government. Secretary Mattis had traveled to Afghanistan from India where he was seeking support for the new U.S. plan regarding security policies in … Continue reading Defense Secretary Mattis Arrives in Afghanistan, Narrowly Avoids Taliban Attack

McMaster Says White House “Better Off”, Happy “Narrow-Minded” Officials are Gone

By: Zack Duvall   During a recent interview National Security Adviser, General H.R. McMaster, took time to blast who he called “narrow-minded” cabinet officials when asked about his thoughts on what many in the media have called “house-cleaning” that has occurred since General John Kelly took over as Chief of Staff. “The administration is better off when we can serve the president by integrating and … Continue reading McMaster Says White House “Better Off”, Happy “Narrow-Minded” Officials are Gone

Scaramucci Promises ‘Dramatic Action’ if Leaks Don’t Stop

By: Zack Duvall   In his first weekend as the new White House Communications Director, Anthony Scaramucci, took to multiple cable news outlets to slam the latest leaks coming out of the White House, and vowed swift action in order to halt any future leaks. “If we don’t get the leaks stopped, I am a businessperson, and so I will take dramatic action to stop … Continue reading Scaramucci Promises ‘Dramatic Action’ if Leaks Don’t Stop

Spicer Resigns Amid Shake-Up of White House Communications Team

By: Zack Duvall   White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, resigned from his post in the Trump Administration on Friday, as an apparent shake-up gets underway within the White House’s communication and public relations team. Spicer, the 45 year old former RNC Spokesman, hasn’t backed down from confrontation during his time as Press Secretary, and quickly became one of the Trump administration’s most recognized and … Continue reading Spicer Resigns Amid Shake-Up of White House Communications Team

Report: Trump Considering Mark Esper For Secretary of the Army

By: Zack Duvall   According to various reports, Mark Esper, a Raytheon Co. lobbyist, and retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, is the leading candidate for the Army’s top position. Raytheon, a U.S. based missile and defense company, declined to comment on the speculation and differed all questions to Esper’s office. Esper, a gulf war veteran, has held numerous posts at multiple defense industry advocacy groups that … Continue reading Report: Trump Considering Mark Esper For Secretary of the Army

White House Appoints New Legal Council, Will Act as Intermediary in Russian Probes

By: Zack Duvall   In a statement released on Saturday, President Donald Trump announced formerly that experienced and well-known Washington-based lawyer, Ty Cobb, would be representing him and his administration in all Russian-related probes going forward. Cobb, a partner at Washington law firm Hogan Lovells, is expected to be the intermediary between the White House and the various Congressional panels and outside attorneys who are … Continue reading White House Appoints New Legal Council, Will Act as Intermediary in Russian Probes

McConnell Delays August Recess, Says “Legislative Issues” to be Addressed

By: Zack Duvall   As pressure mounted with many in the GOP calling for a delay or complete cancellation of the annual August break for lawmakers, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell formally announced Tuesday that the Senate will not adjourn until the third week of August. His office released a formal statement shortly after noon on Tuesday citing “important legislative items” and the fact that … Continue reading McConnell Delays August Recess, Says “Legislative Issues” to be Addressed

President Trump’s UK State Visit Pushed Back to Next Year

By: Zack Duvall   Reuters is reporting that a senior Trump administration official has told them that the planned trip for the president to visit the UK for the first time since taking office and meet with British Prime Minister Theresa May, on the heels of announcing a possible bi-lateral trade deal, has been pushed back until at least next year. “It’s just a scheduling … Continue reading President Trump’s UK State Visit Pushed Back to Next Year

Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry Confirmed by Senate to Head Energy Department

By: Zack Duvall Former Texas Governor, Rick Perry, was confirmed by the Senate on Thursday, in a vote of 62-37, to become the new head of America’s Department of Energy, which also oversees the the United State’s nuclear arsenal. Perry, who is the longest serving Texas Governor, has come under staunch criticism from Democrats during his confirmation hearings because of his record of skepticism regarding … Continue reading Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry Confirmed by Senate to Head Energy Department