Daily Update

Andrew McCarthy has a lengthy, but, very informative column in National Review on the much-ballyhooed email of Lisa Page. Here is how the Washington Times reports on the controversy.   Ben Shapiro covers the emails this way.

Guy Benson opines on this:  WSJ Columnist: Why is the Media Ignoring the Real Bombshell FISA Memo?

Victor Davis Hanson opines that FISA-Gate Is Scarier Than Watergate. 

Former AG Eric Holder is missing the spotlight which forces him to make ridiculous statements like this and this one also

Nicole Gelinas opines on the major issue plaguing accident-prone Amtrak. 

Betsy McCaughey thinks It’s time to put America’s health first.

This isn’t good news for taxpayers, especially if it cannot be recouped.  It just proves, once again, that government is too big and to involved in our lives.   

The Daily Signal gives us 5 things to know about Congress's latest budget-busting deal

Why does it have to be this way? Maybe the better question would be, how do they keep getting away with incendiary rhetoric?   Democratic presidential aspirants unleash incendiary rhetoric in race to left.  

Kudos to Sen. Helming introducing and passing this bill; now is the time to pressure the Assembly to do the same. 

The left is still surprised by common-sense  economics:  Go Figure: Tax Revenues Climbed $18 Billion In First Month Of GOP Tax Cuts, but fiscal conservatives are not. 

Laura Hollis asks what's going on at the Vatican?  Good question, better answers.

After taking a “hit” for allowing, make that encouraging,  the government to close down, Sen. Schumer is trying to capture good press by releasing some of the highlights of the proposed two year dealSyracuse.com has more here.

Tucker Carlson makes us aware of what Google wants from us.