Daily Update

David Harsanyi opines on why Jerry Nadler’s ‘constitutional crisis’ talk is utter bull.  And Speaker Pelosi stands with Congressman Jerry Nadler   Wasn’t there a time, not that long ago, that we elected adults to Congress and not children fighting in the schoolyard.  (To be fair, in retrospect, it was adults voting then.)

Guy Benson has the latest on the Pelosi/Nadler “constitutional crisis” talk.  Devastating: Liberal Law Professor Clinically Dismantles Democrats’ Contempt Case Against Barr. 

More on Speaker Pelosi’s Equality Act:   Dems poised to push ‘Equality Act’ with cries of ‘homophobia.’

Michele Malkin shines the light on fake illegal alien families. 

The New York Sun had an excellent editorial  on the unbelievable bill the NYS (Democratic controlled) Senate passed yesterday allowing the state tax commissioner release Mr. Trump’s tax return to one of three Congressional committees.

Have the majority members of the democratic controlled NYS Senate even read the US Constitution?  The U.S. Constitution’s Fifth Amendment contains a Double Jeopardy Clause, which says that no person shall “be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb.”  A Bill passed by the democratic controlled NYS Senate , yesterday, would only allow state charges to be brought against a pardoned individual with direct ties to Trump, either through his family, their work on his campaign, or their work in the White House.   How can this bill survive a legal challenge?  When did the NYS Senate become a body that seeks to use political retribution on its “enemies” instead of a body that seeks to protect its citizens with sound solid policy?  The answer is obviously: January 1, 2019!

John McWhorter, contributing editor at The Atlantic and professor at Columbia University, says:  Don’t Scrap the Test, Help Black Kids Ace It.