Liz Peek

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Please, President Obama, FALN Terrorist Oscar Lopez Rivera Should Not Go Free

Liz | 12/01 at 09:38 AM

President Obama is reportedly close to commuting the sentence of one of America’s most vicious and unrepentant terrorists, Oscar Lopez Rivera. This must not happen.

Before ISIS, there was the FALN, the most prolific terrorist group ever to attack the United States.  The FBI has linked FALN, which declares itself waging war for Puerto Rican independence, to 146 bombings  and numerous armed robberies, including the heinous 1975 lunchtime attack on Fraunces Tavern in New York that killed 4 people and injured scores more.

The New York Times in a tizzy over Melania Trump’s fashion choices. Seriously?

Liz | 11/18 at 09:34 AM

The New York Times is in trouble, and they know it. The paper has lost all credibility, and even long-time readers comfortable with its editorial bias have been sickened by the all-out trashing of Donald Trump over the past several months.

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Why Trump’s ‘Conract’ is a gift to millions of common sense Americans

Liz | 10/28 at 10:48 AM

Donald Trump is again gaining on Hillary Clinton. Is it because of ObamaCare? Is it because of WikiLeaks? Or could it be because frustrated voters demand change, and that Clinton is the poster child for the status quo? Trump is not the perfect messenger, to be sure, but he is embracing a perfect message: it’s time to shake up the establishment, or, as he says, to “drain the swamp.” It is time for a new Contract with the American Voter, and he is offering just that.

Will Trump pivot on immigration? Here are four ways to move the needle and make it work

Liz | 08/23 at 08:07 PM

Donald Trump is pushing back against claims that he might change his stance on illegal immigration. Earlier, he was expected to propose a new approach on Thursday in Colorado; now that speech has been cancelled. Still, there is speculation that, following his meeting with members of a new Hispanic advisory committee over the weekend, he might back off on plans to deport the 11 million people who are in the country illegally.

I say, go for it.

Mr. Trump: The media is no longer your friend

Liz | 08/08 at 06:41 PM

Dear Mr. Trump, Apparently you didn’t get the memo – the one that told you the difference between competing in the primaries and running in the general election. Here’s the bottom line: you are now facing off against Hillary Clinton, and the media is no longer in your corner.

The DNC and Debbie Wasserman Schultz insult Bernie and 12 million Americans

Liz | 07/25 at 12:45 PM

More than 12 million Americans voted for Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary contest. Over 2 million sent in money – at $27 a pop, on average – to finance his campaign. Millions more felt the Bern, turned out for his rallies and cheered on his promised revolution.

Little did all those folks know that the Vermont senator with the raspy voice and big ideas never had a chance. As Sanders often suggested, the Democratic National Committee decided that Hillary Clinton would be their party’s presidential nominee long before any votes were cast. It turns out the Democratic Party isn’t so democratic after all.

The DNC, headed by longtime Clinton ally Debbie Wasserman Schultz, created a debate schedule that guaranteed low viewership, was designed to stifle competition and made sure Hillary’s dominance in superdelegates would keep rivals at bay. There was so much bad blood late last year that Sanders sued the DNC after the party denied his campaign access to important voter data, a suit that was later dismissed. Did Team Obama fudge the jobs numbers to stave off a Fed rate hike?

Liz | 06/07 at 07:13 AM

What a coincidence. Just as momentum was building towards an interest rate hike by the Fed, along comes a dismal jobs report that takes any increase off the table. Contrary to the general perception, this is a lucky break for Democrats.

What Kennedy Could Have Taught Obama

Liz Peek | 08/26 at 05:21 PM

Mr. Kennedy had friends on both sides of the aisle and was singularly adroit at corralling them to his purposes.

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