Were you shocked at the results of the 2016 American presidential election? Most people were, but Stephen Harper was not one of them. Here, the former Prime Minister of Canada explains in this short 5-minute video the trends that foreshadowed Trump’s victory and left many political elites looking wildly out of touch.
Students were quick to blame Trump for the government shutdown… until they learned about the offer he gave Democrats that was shot down. Watch this short 3-minute video to see how shocked students were to hear the deal Democrats turned down.
Click here: “Give Trump the money” Congressman Collin Peterson (D-MN) said. “I’d give him the whole thing…and put strings on it so you make sure he puts the wall where it needs to be. Why are we fighting over this? We’re going to build that wall anyway, at some time.” Peterson, the Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, added “I don’t know how we get (to a deal). The White House hasn’t called me. When I bring up what I have to say (to Democrats), they look at me cross-eyed.”
Google’s Influence on American elections could be viewed as illegal campaign finance donations. Experts on the left are also alarmed by the findings in a recent report. Tucker Carlson explains in this short, but shocking, 8-minute video.
“Sweden is not socialist — because the government doesn’t own the means of production. To see that, you have to go to Venezuela or Cuba or North Korea,” says Norberg.
“We did have a period in the 1970s and 1980s when we had something that resembled socialism: a big government that taxed and spent heavily. And that’s the period in Swedish history when our economy was going south.”
The chief of U.S. Border Patrol during Barack Obama’s presidency said Monday that President Trump is right in his view that border walls are effective. Watch this short 3-minute video interview.
Was the Constitution written in a way that was designed to protect freedom and limit the government’s size? Has it been effective in doing that? And what’s the Supreme Court’s record when it comes to protecting our rights? Robert George, Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, answers these questions and more in this short 5-minute video.