A new attempt to impose globalism unfolds in Marrakech, Morocco, under the guise of helping migrants.  Most of the 193 countries in the United Nations convened there in order to create new international law to require every participating country to accept vast hordes of foreign migrants, and be subjected to this new form of globalism.

Any other president, Republican or Democrat, would probably welcome and join this undermining of national sovereignty.  But in another reminder of how great Trump is, he leads the way in denouncing this virulent strain of globalism.

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Amid well-deserved praise for former President George H.W. Bush, unfortunately he did miss the Trump Train.  Yet President Trump is showing his class by paying his respects anyway.

It is difficult to imagine two Republicans who are more different from each other than George H.W. Bush and Donald Trump.  Bush based his career on the Establishment, while Trump rose by defying it.

Bush pushed for a “New World Order” and entangled us in foreign wars.  Trump promotes national sovereignty and seeks to Make American Great Again.

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President Trump rightly rebuked Chief Justice Roberts for criticizing his factual statements about “Obama judges” consistently ruling against the Trump Administration.  Liberals are gaming the court system by running to activist judges in San Francisco, Hawaii and Maryland to obstruct the will of the People who elected Trump.

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November 1976

The United States has just celebrated its 200th birthday, but our observance of Thanksgiving Day is 353 years old. It offers a good opportunity for each of us to count our blessings of living in the freest and most prosperous nation the world has ever known. 

I’m thankful to the Pilgrim Fathers — the same ones who gave us the first Thanksgiving at Plymouth Colony — that they had the good judgment to abandon their naive and nonsensical ideas of communal living under which the workers and the loafers shared equally in a common fund. When they saw the error of their early socialist experiment, they changed to a system of private property and individual ownership, allowing each man to keep his own earnings — a wise move which started America on the road to abundant harvests and economic prosperity.

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The two-thousand-mile trek of migrants from Honduras arrived to an angry reception in Tijuana, just south of the California border.  It was not President Donald Trump who shouted down the illegal aliens camped there, but Tijuana’s own mayor, along with many of his Mexican constituents.

“Make Tijuana Great Again” sported the Tijuana mayor, Juan Manuel Gastélum, on his bright red hat nearly identical to the one worn by President Trump.  Hundreds of Tijuana residents turned out in agreement, chanting “Tijuana First” and similar slogans.

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After the Republican Party had been declining in strength in the executive and judicial branches, and in the U.S. Senate, Trump’s realignment has brought new life to all three.  The Election Day results dismayed those who predicted a massive blue wave, and instead ushered in more evidence that Trump is the real future of the GOP.

Trump’s rallies in Missouri, Indiana, and North Dakota delivered resounding victories to Republican Senate candidates, in defiance of most polls.  Trump also carried congressional candidates to victory in battleground regions of Southern Illinois and Minnesota.

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More than 38 million ballots were cast before Election Day arrived this year, shattering the midterm election record for early voting.  That was nearly double the level of early voting in the last midterm election, in 2014, when 21 million voted early.

Yet few genuinely benefit from this early voting fad, except political machines and the better-funded candidates.  That means early voting boosts the Democrats, who held an enormous fundraising advantage this year along with their political machine that has long dominated Chicago and other big cities.

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