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Jenny Beth’s Journal: It’s Time for ‘Shifty’ Schiff to Go

As chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Rep. Adam Schiff has abused his power, misused and wasted taxpayer money for his partisan political agenda, and has lied repeatedly. RealClear Politics has Jenny Beth’s commentary on Adam Schiff’s long list of violations—some that have been going on for years: In early April of 2017 – less than three months after President Trump took office, and before his removal of then-FBI Director James Comey led to the appointment of Robert Mueller as special counsel – Congressman Schiff was the butt of a prank phone call by Russian radio comics who offered to give him what they ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: The Tea Party Isn’t Going Anywhere

Last month, Sen. Rand Paul declared on the Senate floor, “Today is the final nail in the coffin. The Tea Party is no more. … Adoption of this deal marks the death of the Tea Party movement in America.” In his defense, he was angry over the caucus’ cavalier approval of a massive two-year spending bill. Though angry at his caucus, he is horribly mistaken; the Tea Party is alive and well. It’s not going anywhere. The Daily Signal has Jenny Beth’s commentary: For 10 years now, Tea Party Patriots and its affiliated Super PAC and foundation have worked to organize, educate, and mobilize our fellow grassroots activists in support of constit...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: Northam and VA Democrats’ Embarrassing Scheme

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam called for a special session this week to consider gun control measures that had already failed to pass in the legislature during the regular session. The call was made supposedly in response to the mass shooting at Virginia Beach back in May. Don’t be fooled—it was hardly about gun control.  Real Clear Politics has Jenny Beth’s commentary: Instead, let’s call the 90-minute special session of the Virginia legislature what it was – a desperate bid by the commonwealth’s top elected Democrats to change the subject, and a steadfast rebuke from the legislature’s majority Republicans. Earlier this year, Gov. ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: Net Neutrality was Just Govt. Overreach, Plain and Simple

One year ago this week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reversed the Obama-era “net neutrality” policy which essentially allowed the government to regulate the internet. Jenny Beth has the commentary on Breitbart: “Neutrality,” like the word “fairness” and other liberal shibboleths, has a nice ring to it, but the true aims of net neutrality are a far cry from the benign-sounding name. Tim Wu, the Columbia Law School professor who coined the term “net neutrality,” explained to members of Congress the purpose of the policy. The regulations that comprise net neutrality exist to give the FCC the ability to shape “media ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: The Case for Trump’s Immigration Proposal

There’s a reason why we have immigration laws – why most countries have immigration laws. Unfortunately, our government has spent decades refusing to enforce our current laws and refusing to make any attempts to address the growing threat of illegal immigration. Recently, President Trump addressed the inconsistencies in our current immigration system. As of right now, 87 percent of current legal immigrants come here on the basis of random chance and not on the basis of merit. President Trump aims to change that. Breitbart has Jenny Beth Martin’s commentary: So, under the immigration policy in place right now, 87 percent of current legal ...