If an “upheaval” is indeed on tap for next year, it couldn’t get here soon enough. The calendar says it’s the end of the first week of October, going on nine months since President Trump was inaugurated.
Tuesday was a red-letter day for all those working to shove aside the GOP’s Washington Establishment. Judge Roy Moore defeated Senator Luther Strange in the Alabama Senate primary run-off, and Tennessee Sen. Robert Corker announced that he will not seek reelection next year.
Conservatives are still hopeful that President Trump will overcome establishment opposition and obtain repeal of ObamaCare, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.
What’s not to like in the President’s plan?
These are all ideas that have been proposed by conservative think tanks and Republican legislators for years. The only thing we see missing is making the reductions and reforms retroactive to January 2017 to accelerate the pro-growth impact, so for the most part they shouldn’t be controversial.
During the past few weeks, we have confirmed what we suspected. The Comey investigation of the Hillary email "matter" was a sham. We knew that Comey did not call for a grand jury, did not issue subpoenas, and granted immunity to most of Hillary's pals.