He Grew Up Poor in Chicago. Then Conservative Values Helped Transform His Life.

 
 
Dec 03, 2019
 

Good morning from Washington, where Republicans' minority report on impeachment blows the whistle on Democrats' conduct. In a commentary, two House conservatives predict the left will regret this approach. On the podcast, Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell describes a journey to conservatism that began on Chicago's South Side. Plus: the Supreme Court questions handgun restrictions, how Trump looks at the world, and the danger of the transgender agenda. Thirty years ago today, President George H.W. Bush and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, meeting off the coast of Malta, strongly suggest Cold War animosities are coming to an end.

 
 
 
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By Katrina Trinko

"After I began to volunteer … and learn the ways of the Democratic Party … I began to question some of the narratives," says Gianno Caldwell. "Why is it that although these politicians come every year during election time … the conditions and the communities never get better?"
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By Elizabeth Slattery

"So you think the Second Amendment permits the imposition of a restriction that has no public safety benefit?" asks Justice Samuel Alito.
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By Rep. Andy Biggs

"An alarm bell should be going off among Democrats when their chosen path to remove a sitting president is not bicameral or bipartisan, and opposition to impeachment is both," write Reps. Andy Biggs and Ted Budd.
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By James Carafano

Trump's visit with U.S. troops, his meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, and his announcement that the U.S. has reopened peace talks with the Taliban show that America is in anything but retreat.
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By Fred Lucas

The Republican response to House Democrats' impeachment case asserts that "evidence does not establish" that President Trump used U.S. military aid for personal political ends.
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By Nicole Russell

In 2017, a student named Nova Maday, who was born a male and who now identifies as a female, filed a lawsuit claiming the school district had violated his rights by restricting him to an "unspecified private changing area within the locker room."
 
     
 
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