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A Second Cuban Missile Crisis?

If a North Korean nuclear device detonated in Seattle, or San Francisco, or Los Angeles, temperatures at the blast site would reach tens of millions of degrees. Materials within close proximity of the blast (including human beings) would be vaporized virtually immediately.

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Facing off with China

Although it got overshadowed by the U.S. missile attack on Syria, the meeting between President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping last week is the most significant thing which has occurred thus far in the Trump Administration. And don’t underestimate the message that was sent when President Trump was able to meet with the leader of the world’s most populous nation, and our principal rival on the world scene on the one hand, and at the same time order a strike on a despot who targets innocent women and children with deadly weapons.

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Trump vs. The Freedom Caucus

Republicans are in perhaps the strongest position ever to deliver common sense conservative reforms to the American people. We have a Republican president, a Republican House, a Republican Senate, two-thirds of the governors, two-thirds of the state legislatures, and soon a more conservative Supreme Court.

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Okay, Now What?

Last week was a huge disappointment, for those of us who feel that the American people deserve a whole lot better, than what they’re currently getting under Obamacare. Premiums have been skyrocketing; deductibles are so high that many people who technically have healthcare insurance under Obamacare, can’t afford to use it; insurance companies have been dropping out of the healthcare exchanges left and right; and Obamacare is close to a death spiral, if it’s not already in one.

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