There’s a reason Donald Trump has never produced a health-care plan that protects consumers with preexisting medical conditions: Ending protections for the sick is the central mechanism that all GOP health-care proposals use to try to lower costs for the healthy.
One day in 2015, Donald Trump beckoned Michael Cohen, his longtime confidant and personal attorney, into his office. Trump was brandishing a printout of an article about an Atlanta-based megachurch pastor trying to raise $60 million from his flock to buy a private jet. Trump knew the preacher personally—Creflo Dollar had been among a group of evangelical figures who visited him in 2011 while he was first exploring a presidential bid.Read More
NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE M any argue that 2020 will be the most important election in history, given the wide divergence between the Trump administration’s view and those of Democratic Party’s hard Left, which seems to have captured the Joe Biden candidacy.
Perhaps. But most will at least agree that the 2020 campaign is certainly the strangest, craziest and most absurd in the last 120 years.Read More
The Senate is preparing to vote on an appointment by President Trump that could seriously tarnish a vital American institution.
Not the Supreme Court — the Federal Reserve Board.
Trump backers are making a furious push on behalf of Judy Shelton, a Trump economic advisor whose only ideas are bad ones and who is willing to abandon even those to curry favor with the president.
It isn’t clear if Shelton has the votes. Two Republican senators — Susan Collins of Maine and Mitt Romney of Utah — oppose her nomination.Read More