In his annual State of the Union address, President Barack Obama says he's committed to making Washington "work better" after a year that saw a government shutdown and numerous bouts of Congressional deadlock. (Jan. 28)
Ken: "We have to be smart and we have to be vigilant and we have to be strong." For months Trump has called for a temporary ban on foreign Muslims seeking to enter the United States and criticized the Obama administration for continuing to admit refugees from Syria. In his speech Thursday night at the Republican National Convention, he said the U.S. "must immediately suspend immigration from any nation that has been compromised by terrorism until such time as proven vetting mechanisms have been put in place" Trump comments above seem to be prudent and rational when American families are at stake. On the other hand: Mrs. Clintons camp is still trying to figure out the email applications. The Hill - Katie Bo Williams Email controversy dogs Clinton to convention Only 28 percent of Americans view her as honest, according to a CBS News/New York Times poll earlier this month. Sixty-seven percent view her as untrustworthy, a 5-point spike since just last month. That's a big change from the spring of 2015, when only 45 percent of Americans judged her as untrustworthy. Over half of Americans believe that the FBI should have recommended charges against Clinton - 58 percent - and disapproval wasn't evenly split down party lines. Nine in 10 Republicans said she should have been charged, and 3 in 10 Democrats and 6 in 10 independents also believed the agency made the wrong decision. Suggesting that 72 percent find her less than honest, Sixty-seven percent view her as untrustworthy. And she wants to bring in more Middle East Immigrants ?