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In The News / Kamala Harris attempted to enslave prisoners
« on: February 16, 2019, 12:13:12 PM »
Harris Attempted to Reject Prison Population Reduction to Retain Cheap Labor


Kamala Harris office sought to keep inmates locked up so that California could use them for cheap labor

 Lawyers under the oversight of then-Attorney General of California Kamala Harris argued in 2014 against the release of nonviolent criminals because they wanted to keep them for cheap labor.

“Extending 2-for-1 credits to all minimum custody inmates at this time would severely impact fire camp participation — a dangerous outcome while California is in the middle of a difficult fire season and severe drought,” lawyers from Harris’s office wrote in a filing.

 The attorney general arrived at that stance in reaction to a chain of events following a 2011 Supreme Court decision ruling that California’s prison overcrowding was in violation of the Constitution’s cruel and unusual punishment clause.

 In 2014, as overcrowding persisted, a three-judge panel in California ordered the state to make eligible for parole nonviolent prisoners with only two felonies that had served half their sentences. Harris’ lawyers argued early release would harm the prison’s labor program, which included its work program to help fight California’s wildfires. The judges rejected the argument.

 Criticism against Harris resurfaced after her announcement for president last month brought heightened scrutiny. In 2014, Harris told BuzzFeed News she was “shocked” to learn about what her lawyers were arguing in court.

 Harris’s presidential campaign reiterated her claims this week to the Daily Beast: “As she said at the time, Sen. Harris was shocked and troubled by the use of this argument. She looked into it and directed the department’s attorneys

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SHOCKED I TELL YOU...JUST SHOCKED>    8)

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In The News / How's that WHOPPING BIG Senate intel
« on: February 16, 2019, 11:35:10 AM »
Committee thing goin' on for ya?  Hey Guys?   HEY>>>>GUYS!!    GUYS!!  What day is it guys?   LOLOLOLOL       IT"S HUMP DAY>>>>FOR Y"ALL!   LOLOLOLOL



LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOPLOPLOLOLOLOLOOLOOL

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In The News / Presidential Hopeful Avenatti accused of
« on: February 14, 2019, 11:31:21 AM »
Hiding million, has to give up financial control of law firm.


Avenatti To Give Up Financial Control Of Law Firm After He’s Accused Of Hiding Millions




Psst, CNN, here’s your boy.

Via LA Times:


Michael Avenatti agreed Wednesday to relinquish financial control of his longtime law firm hours after a former partner filed papers accusing him of hiding millions of dollars from the court that oversaw its bankruptcy.

The celebrity lawyer and his firm, Eagan Avenatti, consented to the appointment of a receiver to take possession of its bank accounts, case files, computers and other assets.

Avenatti also promised to cooperate with efforts by Jason Frank, a former lawyer at Eagan Avenatti, to collect on his $10-million judgment against the firm. Avenatti will continue to work as the lead lawyer in his law practice, which he now calls Avenatti & Associates.

The agreement came after Frank asked U.S. District Judge Virginia A. Phillips on Tuesday night to appoint a receiver to seize Eagan Avenatti and stop the firm from draining its assets.

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He could pay Porny Daniels Fines.  The Scheister.    Peps,  you really need a forum for Corrupt Leftist liars and thieves.

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Electronic Surveillance / DoJ discussed recruiting cabinet members
« on: February 14, 2019, 11:22:43 AM »
I think what he means is they considered blackmailing Cabinet members to turn on trump to get him out of office.  These sons of bitches deserve a firing squad...not a freakin' pension.


It is what it is...and the path leads back beyond the DOJ to its masters even though the media doesn't seem to want to talk about those implications.

McCabe Says Justice Officials Discussed Recruiting Cabinet Members to Push Trump Out of Office


Washington (CNN) Former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe is confirming for the first time publicly that there were high-level discussions at the Justice Department about recruiting Cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump from office in the aftermath of former FBI Director James Comey's firing.

The discussions also included speculation about which Cabinet members could be on board with the idea, McCabe said in an interview with CBS's Scott Pelley. According to Pelley on "CBS This Morning" Thursday, McCabe confirmed the discussion among Justice Department officials. This segment of the interview, which was taped for "60 Minutes," was not aired Thursday morning.

McCabe, who was fired from the FBI last March, also said he ordered an investigation into whether Trump obstructed justice as a way to preserve ongoing inquiries into Russian election meddling in case there was an effort to terminate them.

In September, citing sources familiar with memos authored by McCabe, CNN reported that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed wearing a "wire" to record conversations with Trump and recruiting Cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office. Also in September, an anonymous "senior official in the Trump administration" claimed in a New York Times op-ed that there had been "early whispers within the cabinet of invoking the 25th Amendment."

It was not mentioned in the segment that aired Thursday if McCabe or anyone else approached Cabinet members directly to discuss the idea.

"These were the eight days from Comey's firing to the point that Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel. And the highest levels of American law enforcement were trying to figure out what to do with the President," Pelley said, adding that people involved were "counting noses" and speculating which Cabinet officials may be on board with the idea.

 In a statement on Thursday, a Justice Department spokesperson said Rosenstein -- who repeatedly disputed the "wire" revelation back in September -- again denied discussing the use of the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.

 "As the Deputy Attorney General previously has stated, based on his personal dealings with the President, there is no basis to invoke the 25th Amendment, nor was the DAG in a position to consider invoking the 25th Amendment," the statement read.


McCabe ordered obstruction probe to protect Russia inquiries


 In December, CNN reported that following the firing of Comey, McCabe took the extraordinary step of opening an obstruction of justice investigation into Trump before special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed in May 2017. In the interview that aired Thursday, McCabe told Pelley he "wanted to make sure that our case was on solid ground and if somebody came in behind me and closed it and tried to walk away from it, they would not be able to do that without creating a record of why they made that decision."

 McCabe said that the day after Comey's firing and after meeting with Trump in the Oval Office, "I met with the team investigating the Russia cases and I asked the team to go back and conduct an assessment to determine where are we with these efforts and what steps do we need to take going forward."

 "I was very concerned that I was able to put the Russia case on absolutely solid ground in an indelible fashion that, were I removed quickly or reassigned or fired, that the case could not be closed or vanish in the night without a trace," said McCabe, who is promoting his forthcoming book, "The Threat: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump."

 In a statement to CBS, the White House called McCabe's investigation "completely baseless." Trump, who has frequently criticized McCabe, called him a "disgrace" on Twitter Thursday and accused him of being politically biased during his time at the FBI.

 McCabe was fired by then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions in March following an inspector general report that concluded he misled investigators about his role in directing other officials at the FBI to speak to The Wall Street Journal about his involvement in a public corruption investigation into the Clinton Foundation. The Justice Department's watchdog has referred his findings on McCabe to the US Attorney's office in Washington for possible criminal charges. The case remains under investigation.

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McCabe details the attempt to overthrow Trump with CBS News’ Scott Pelley



Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, speaking out in a new book and TV interview, detailed the central role he played in the bureau's Russia probe and the eventual appointment of a special counsel -- while reportedly describing Justice Department meetings where officials discussed ousting President Trump.

“I was speaking to the man who had just run for the presidency and won the election for the presidency and who might have done so with the aid of the government of Russia, our most formidable adversary on the world stage. And that was something that troubled me greatly,” McCabe said in one excerpt, referring to a phone call he had with Trump on May 10, 2017

“I think the next day, I met with the team investigating the Russia cases,” McCabe confirmed. “And I asked the team to go back and conduct an assessment to determine where are we with these efforts and what steps do we need to take going forward.”

He added: “I was very concerned that I was able to put the Russia case on absolutely solid ground in an indelible fashion that were I removed quickly and reassigned or fired and the case could not be closed or vanish in the night without a trace. I wanted to make sure that our case was on solid ground. And if somebody came in behind me and closed it and tried to walk away from it, they would not be able to do that without creating a record of why they’d made that decision.”

 McCabe also detailed his role urging Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to appoint a special counsel.
"He asked for my thoughts about whether we needed a special counsel to oversee the Russia case. I said I thought it would help the investigation’s credibility. Later that day, I went to see Rosenstein again. This is the gist of what I said: I feel strongly that the investigation would be best served by having a special counsel. ... Unless or until you make the decision to appoint a special counsel, the FBI will be subjected to withering criticism that could destroy the credibility of both the Justice Department and the FBI," he wrote.

 "Then Rod took over and announced that he had appointed a special counsel to pursue the Russia investigation, and that the special counsel was Robert Mueller," he wrote. "... When I came out of the Capitol, it felt like crossing a finish line. If I got nothing else done as acting director, I had done the one thing I needed to do.”

McCabe described meetings at the Justice Department after Comey's firing to discuss “whether the vice president and a majority of the Cabinet could be brought together to remove the president under the 25th Amendment.”

 “The highest level of American law enforcement were trying to figure out what to do with the president.”

Rosenstein reportedly told McCabe that he might be able to persuade Sessions and then-Homeland Security Secretary and now-former chief of staff John Kelly to begin proceedings to invoke the 25th Amendment. Rosenstein adamantly denied the claims at the time.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/mcc...oust-president

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Sons of bitches.

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The Media / WHAT!! MEDIA: NO EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION??
« on: February 12, 2019, 04:26:55 PM »

Maxine 'wiggy' Waters hardest hit.

"Peach Fordy Fi.  Peach fordy Fi.  Peach Fordy Fi."

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The Trump Administration / President Trump's KICK ASS El Paso Rally
« on: February 11, 2019, 10:25:18 PM »
awesome.  I guess the leftist radicals that posted here are home crying in their carrot juice tonite.  LOLOL

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Mens Rights, Womens Rights / President Trump divides democrats
« on: February 09, 2019, 08:59:19 PM »
with warning of creeping socialism.


https://thehill.com/homenews/senate/429207-trump-divides-democrats-with-warning-of-creeping-socialism
by Alexander Bolton - 02/09/19 06:19 PM EST   3,881comments

He hadn’t had much success dividing Democrats until he found a word that would provoke very different responses from different members of the party during his State of the Union address: socialism.

Trump’s warning of creeping socialism in the United States, deftly mentioned after a section of the speech on the unfolding political crisis in Venezuela, created an immediate public split among Democrats that was caught on live television.

Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer (N.Y.) and Sens. Debbie Stabenow (Mich.), Joe Manchin(W.Va.), Jon Tester (Mont.) and Sherrod Brown (Ohio) were among the lawmakers who stood with Republicans to applaud Trump when he pledged that the United States would never slide into socialism.

But other Democrats weren’t so happy about Trump’s choice of words — which was clearly meant to put them on the spot.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who labels himself as a democratic socialist, stayed rooted in his seat, as did Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.).Freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), another leading democratic socialist, smiled in response to Trump's remark but stayed seated.

She later argued that Trump's attack is a sign her growing success.

“I think it was great. I think he’s scared," she told HuffPost. "He sees that everything is closing in on him. And he knows he’s losing the battle of public opinion when it comes to the actual substantive proposals that we’re advancing to the public."

The different reactions reflect a battle within the Democratic Party that Trump and Republicans are eager to exploit.

Progressive policies are on the rise within the party.

Sanders electrified liberals with his surprisingly strong challenge to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary in 2016, and Ocasio-Cortez is the political star of the day.

Both candidates favor a single payer health care system that would provide “Medicare for all,” free college tuition and much higher marginal tax rates on the wealthy.

But some of the liberal policies make other Democrats uncomfortable — and that gave Trump’s attack line some teeth.

“I want proposals that work for people. I think it’s important to have people have skin in the game in health care so it isn’t all utilized. I think it’s important that people have skin in the game when they go to college,” Tester said, when asked about applauding Trump’s vow that the nation will never slide into socialism.

At the same time, Tester acknowledged that middle-class families are paying too much for health care and to send their kids to college.

“It’s all about finding the sweet spot that works for the country,” he said.

 

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Brown, one of the senators who stood with Tester, opposes Medicare for all and has argued in favor of more incremental policies that would expand health care.

He’s seen as a possible 2020 contender along with Booker, who is already in the race, and Sanders, who has yet to announce a decision.

The Sanders Medicare for All legislation, introduced in the previous Congress, attracted 16 Democratic co-sponsors, including several presidential candidates such as Booker, Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand (N.Y.), Kamala Harris (Calif.) and Elizabeth Warren(Mass.).

Harris made headlines in late January by calling for the elimination of private health insurance and the adoption of Medicare for all during a CNN town hall event — a step too far for other Democrats.

Senate Democratic Whip Dick Durbin (Ill.) cautioned that private health insurance is “a massive part of the American economy” and “it would take a mighty transition” to move away from it.

Durbin noted, however, that he and many Democrats support a “Medicare-type plan, a not-for-profit public plan that is available to everyone” such as the so-called public option that was proposed as a competitor to private health plans when the Senate debated the Affordable Care Act in 2009.

Republicans have seized on Trump’s arguments to attack Democrats.

“Socialism has failed everywhere it’s been tried and we’re not going to try it in this country,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said on the Senate floor this week.

But Durbin warned that Trump and McConnell are using a dangerous tactic

“Every authoritarian regime of the last century has prefaced their grab for power by saying you’ve got to stop the left. Sometimes they call it socialist, sometimes they call it communist,” he said.

Durbin said Trump’s line at the State of the Union was “part of President Trump’s script and it troubles me.”

Sen. Doug Jones (D), who faces a tough reelection in Alabama next year, also stood up to applaud Trump’s rejection of socialism.

“I think it’s true. It’s a true statement, it’s not going to happen. It’s that simple, nobody wants it to happen,” he said of Trump’s pledge that the nation will never become socialist.

Jones dismissed Ocasio-Cortez’s proposal to tax the nation’s very highest income earners at 70 percent of their top-bracket income.

“There’s a lot of talk about things like that. I think we need to look at practical issues when it comes to tax and things like that and I’m not sure how practical that is,” he said.

A poll from The Hill found that 59 percent of respondents backed a 70 percent marginal rate on income above $10 million, underlining support for some of the liberal policies that make some Democratic centrists uncomfortable.

Harris, asked on “The View” about Ocasio-Cortez’s ideas, including a 70 percent tax rate, said, “I think that she is challenging the status quo, I think that’s fantastic.”

Booker in an interview praised the Green New Deal, another proposal pushed by Ocasio-Cortez.

It states that the federal government’s duty is to achieve “net-zero” greenhouse gas emissions, create “millions of good, high-wage jobs” and invest in infrastructure and industry to “sustainably” meet the challenges of the new century.

“There are a lot of people out there pushing back against the Green New Deal, saying it is impractical, it is too expensive, it is all of this. If we used to govern our dreams that way, we would have never gone to the moon. God, that's impractical,” Booker said.

Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii), who did not stand up to validate Trump’s applause line, says that “socialism” isn’t a bad word if it means providing people access to affordable health care and a comfortable living. 

She said Medicare could be considered “socialized medicine.”

“If it’s socialism to want to have a progressive tax code that doesn’t just give the richest people more goodies, if it’s socialism to want health care as a right and not a privilege, then that’s where our country should be heading,” she said.

But she argued “all this labeling and trying to put people in little boxes” is a scare tactic.

“It’s really what you do that helps the majority of our people” that is important, she said. 

Some polling shows that Americans are warming up to the idea of socialism, at least compared to a decade ago.

A Gallup poll published in August showed that 57 percent of Democratic respondents said they viewed socialism positively while 47 percent viewed capitalism positively.

When Gallup asked the question in 2010, 53 percent of polled Democrats said they had a positive view of socialism and 53 percent said they had a positive view of capitalism. 

More than one in four Democrats, 26 percent, now say socialism means “equal standing for everybody, all equal in all rights, equal in distribution,” according to Gallup polling results published in October.

When Gallup last asked people about their understanding of the word socialism in 1949, only 12 percent of people viewed the term as synonymous with equality while 34 percent viewed it more negatively as “everything controlled by government.”


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In The News / Trump's Iran Deal withdrawal clear success
« on: February 09, 2019, 08:49:39 PM »
https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/02/donald-trumps-iran-deal-withdrawal-is-clear-success/

President Trump’s Iran-deal withdrawal is a clear success

Since the U.S. withdrawal, evidence of the JCPOA’s weaknesses and of Iranian cheating has grown stark. “Despite getting out of the Iran nuclear deal, despite the sanctions, we have little doubt that Iran’s leadership is still strategically committed to achieving deliverable nuclear weapons,” national-security adviser John Bolton told Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu last month.


Other new evidence of the JCPOA’s weakness and Iranian cheating includes the Iran “nuclear archive,” a huge cache of Iranian documents on its nuclear-weapons program. Stolen by Israeli intelligence in early 2018, they show that in 2015, in a declaration of its nuclear-weapons-related activities (the declaration was a prerequisite for Iran to receive sanctions relief under the JCPOA), Iran lied to the IAEA. The documents indicate that Iran was planning to construct five nuclear-missile warheads and constructed a secret underground tunnel complex at the Parchin military base, where it was developing nuclear-weapon components. “With current level of inspections, Iran could have an active nuclear weapons program today and IAEA would not know,” The Institute for Science and International Security said on January 14, in a tweet about the significance of the Iran nuclear archive documents. “That is one reason why Israel’s recent actions to seize a portion of the archive and expose a secret nuclear-related warehouse are so important.”


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Electronic Surveillance / Poor poor Jeff Bezos
« on: February 09, 2019, 11:30:36 AM »
Jeff Bezos Protests the Invasion of His Privacy, as Amazon Builds a Sprawling Surveillance State for Everyone Else



THE NATIONAL ENQUIRER HAS engaged in behavior so lowly and unscrupulous that it created a seemingly impossible storyline: the world’s richest billionaire and a notorious labor abuser, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, as a sympathetic victim.
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But you and I don't count.......yet we can see through his crocodile tears :

IF BEZOS WERE the political victim of surveillance state abuses, it would be scandalous and dangerous. It would also be deeply ironic.
That’s because Amazon, the company that has made Bezos the planet’s richest human being, is a critical partner for the U.S. Government in building an ever-more invasive, militarized and sprawling surveillance state. Indeed, one of the largest components of Amazon’s business, and thus one of the most important sources of Bezos’ vast wealth and power, is working with the Pentagon and the NSA to empower the U.S. Government with more potent and more sophisticated weapons, including surveillance weapons.

In December, 2017, Amazon boasted that it had perfected new face-recognition software for crowds, which it called Rekognition. It explained that the product is intended, in large part, for use by governments and police forces around the world. The ACLU quickly warned that the product is “dangerous” and that Amazon “is actively helping governments deploy it.”

“Powered by artificial intelligence,” wrote the ACLU, “Rekognition can identify, track, and analyze people in real time and recognize up to 100 people in a single image. It can quickly scan information it collects against databases featuring tens of millions of faces.” The group warned: “Amazon’s Rekognition raises profound civil liberties and civil rights concerns.” In a separate advisory, the ACLU said of this face-recognition software that Amazon’s “marketing materials read like a user manual for the type of authoritarian surveillance you can currently see in China.”
https://theintercept.com/2019/02/08/jeff-bezos-protests-the-invasion-of-his-privacy-as-amazon-builds-a-sprawling-surveillance-state-for-everyone-else/
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Asshole. I hope his wife takes him to the cleaners.  The lying cheating sneaking prick.

 






 



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President Trump would not be fighting his own party, because he is not a Republican. President Trump and his supporters are Americans.

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The Media / Media admits trump approval 50%
« on: February 08, 2019, 09:58:41 PM »

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Health Care Debate / Watch her change her mind
« on: February 08, 2019, 04:51:42 PM »


that's all it takes.

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The Trump Administration / President Trump's accomplishments
« on: February 07, 2019, 09:17:31 PM »
GOVERNMENT 


 Trump signs First Step Act criminal justice reform into law 

 Trump signs Historic USMCA trade agreement replacing NAFTA 

 President Trump secures release of Pastor Brunson from Turkey 

 President Trump Approval Rating at 51 Percent 

 Justice Kavanaugh SWORN IN to Supreme Court 

 Trump Shrinks Government by 16000 Jobs since elected 

 US Cuts 300 Million In Aid To Pakistan 

 Trump Cut Off 200 Million in Aid to Palestinians 

 Trump ends 230 Million Dollar Rebuilding Payments to Syria 

 Trump has our soldiers remains returned home from Korean War 

 Trump signs Right to Try drug bill 

 US Embassy moved to Jerusalem by President Donald J Trump 

 Trump secures release of American Prisoners from North Korea 

 Trump Negotiates Peace between North and South Korea 

 Trump Signs Order Calling for Work Requirements for Welfare Programs 

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HISTORIC: Trump Nominates First Woman for Head of CIA 

 Feds collect record taxes in first month under Trump’s tax cuts; runs surplus in January 

 Trump signs sweeping two-year budget deal - MILITARY FUNDED 

 Trump proposes biggest civil service change in 40 years - 'Hire the best and fire the worst' 

 Trump signs bipartisan bill to combat synthetic opioids 

 Trump Shrinks Federal Bureaucracy by 16000 

 President Trump set a record for lifetime appointed judges in 2017 

 Trump Signed 96 Laws In 2017 

 Trump Administration Set to Roll Back $900 Million in Obama-Era Offshore Drilling Regulations 

 U.S. Imposes Sanctions on 52 People and Entities for Abuse and Corruption 

 Individual Mandate of Obamacare REPEALED 

 Senate Passes Historic Sweeping Tax Reform 

 Climate Change REMOVED from 'Threat List' 

 Trump Admin is a Deregulation Machine: Eliminating 22:1 

 Trump signs $700 billion defense bill, gives troops largest pay raise in 7 years 

 New Space Policy Directive Calls for Human Expansion Across Solar System 

 Trump Declares Jerusalem the Capital of Israel 

 Senate Passes Sweeping Tax Reform - 20% Corporate rate - Largest in 31 Years. 

 Trump Shuts Down CIA funding of Syrian Rebels 

 House Passes Tax Bill in Major Step Toward Overhaul 

 Senate Passes Budget Resolution Clearing the Way to pass Tax Reform with a Simple Majority 

 Trump's HHS defines life as beginning at conception 

 President Trump Declassifies and Releases JFK Files 

 Iran Deal: DECERTIFIED 

 Four Months into FY 2018, Refugee Admissions Plunge to Lowest Level in 15 Years 

 US increases vetting and resumes processing of refugees from 'high-risk' countries 

 US Delays Payment to UN for Palestinians 

 US Suspends $2 BILLION in security assistance to Pakistan 

 Global Magnitsky Act Signed: Targeting Global Corruption and Human Rights Abuse 

 North Korea Designated as 'State Sponor of Terrorism' 

 United States Announces a New Strategy on Iran 

 Trump Administration Announces 'Extreme Vetting' Plans 

 Trump cuts Obama’s refugee target in half, takes more Christians than Muslims 

 Trump: 'We are stopping cold the attacks on Judeo-Christian values' 

 Trump administration abandons the Obama-era clean power plan aimed at reducing global warming 

 School Choice tops the list of Priorities U.S. Education Department Grants 

 Trump Signs Healthcare Order, Expands Choice and Access through associations 

 US and Israel withdraw from UNESCO citing "anti-Israel bias" 

 Trump has written 46 Executive Orders 

 Treasury Deparment to target companies doing business with North Korea 

 Trump has signed 53 bills into law 

 New Order Indefinitely Bars Almost All Travel From Seven Countries 

 UN Security Council unanimously steps up sanctions against North Korea 

 Fewest Monthly Refugee Arrivals in August Since 2002 

 Trump to stop travel from countries that refuse to help Homeland Security 

 America has withdrawn almost $300 million in foreign aid to Egypt 

 Trump Signs Order Rolling Back Environmental Rules on Infrastructure 

 11,000 government jobs slashed under Trump - downsizing government 

 UN Security Council unanimously imposed new sanctions on North Korea 

 Senate confirms 65 Trump nominees for various positions 

 U.S. Small Business Administration opens assistance center 

 800 Obama regulations cut - Saved over $200 billion 

 EPA's Pruitt moves to roll back over 30 environmental regulations in record time 

 Cut the White House budget - Saved taxpayers $22 million 

 Haley Tells Congress US Assuming More Assertive Role at UN 

 Trump’s EPA To Repeal Obama’s ‘Waters Of The US’ Rule 

 Eliminated 1200 man hours of wasteful paperwork requirements including Y2K preparedness 

 President Trump Announces “Massive Permit Reform" Push 

 Trump Lays Out Plan to Privatize Air Traffic Control System 

 Statement by President Trump on the Paris Climate Accord 

 Treasury to call for rolling back banking regulations 

 Trump orders a Voter Fraud Commission to investigate 2016 election 

 Fired corrupt and incompetent FBI Director James Comey 

 HHS to Rescind Birth Control Mandate in Obamacare 

 Appointed conservative Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court 

 Ben Carson Finds $500 Billion In Errors during Audit of Obama HUD 

 President Trump's executive order will undo Obama's Clean Power Plan rule 

 U.S. Will have Free but Fair and Balanced Trade: Mnuchin 

 Executive order to reduce operating costs of the Federal Government 

 Fired all 46 attorney generals hired by Obama 

 Tillerson to shutter war crimes focused State Dept. office: report 

 Rex Tillerson, Mediating Gulf Dispute, Signs Antiterrorism Pact With Qatar 

 Canceled Obama Era special immigration program for foreign entrepreneurs 

 Critical milestone in the global fight against ISIS 

 Tillerson to back up Trump efforts to bolster Eastern Europe against Russia 

 Tillerson Tightens Limits on Filling State Department Jobs 

 Report: Trump plans to cut foreign aid, merge State and USAID 

 US to make at least $285m cut to UN budget 

 Tillerson on North Korea: Military action is 'an option' 

 It's a bloodbath at the State Department 

 Purging the State Department of Obama loyalists 

 Fixing lobbying laws - 5 year lobbying ban on White House officials 

 Put a regulatory freeze on all federal agencies 

 Cutting regulations in government agencies (add 1, take out 2) 

 45th PRESIDENT of the United States of America, DONALD J. TRUMP

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Technology, Energy, Environment / No Chemtrails Necessary
« on: February 07, 2019, 02:10:41 PM »
No chemtrails neccessary.

There has been some concern expressed locally about
chemtrails over the city. These concerns can be put to rest by pointing out
there is no need to use high altitude aircraft to deliver stupefying vapors
into the lungs of citizens especially to get them to vote for democrats.

American school systems from kindergarten to graduate school
have been delivering dumb drugs into the bodies of students for decades. It’s
difficult to pin down exactly when it started but it was probably sometime in
the early 80’s when the American Psychological Association apparently partnered
with the pharmaceutical industry to create bogus personality afflictions like
Attention Deficit Disorder and hyperactivity.

They learned from CIA experiments like MK-Ultra that it was
possible to turn an entire population into morons. Many of those who went into
education in the 70’s were composed of Woodstock veterans who came home, went
through penicillin by barrel for a few months and got teaching jobs so there
was already a receptive demographic in place.

Kids emerge from American school systems today so saturated
with Adderall and Ritalin mixed with alcohol and weed that they are devoid of
any awareness of American history but are loaded with false implanted memories
of starving polar bears on icebergs. They were darted like zoo animals so they
could be controlled and many will die long before middle age from liver
diseases as a result of the state-dispensed drugs.

There is no need to worry about chemtrails but the outcome
of educational pharmacology mixed with opiates and crack cocaine is bleak. The election
of a socialist political caricature like Alexandra Occasio Cortez is a dire
revelation of state controlled “nurse Ratched” educations that are tantamount
to a head injury and the bizarre implications are alarming. The United States
could be just a step away from replacing the National Anthem with the Looney
tune ending of a Porky Pig cartoon.

Forget about the chemtrails. Many people are already so
stupid they think Donald Trump is astride a horse alongside Vladimir Putin with
drawn swords as they try to overthrow the US with a Bolshevik revolution. The
Adderall and the Ritalin did the trick and soon Marijuana will be legalized as
the plan to take down America from the inside out continues.

No chemtrails necessary.

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Mens Rights, Womens Rights / Kermit Gosnell could be Governor
« on: February 06, 2019, 11:07:13 PM »
of Virginia.


The Nuclear Option: State of the Union? Gosnell Could Be Virginia Governor



For those with a short memory, Kermit Gosnell is currently serving a life sentence for doing exactly, "literally exactly," what NY-Governor Cuomo just signed into New York law, and what the Governor of Virginia, a pediatric neurologist, just personally endorsed....


https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...inia-governor/


Last week, a major political party in America openly embraced legislation to legalize elective abortion during live human birth. Previously, such infanticidal horrors had been glimpsed only in murder trials of monsters like Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia abortionist serving a life sentence for murdering three babies at birth.


 In this modern Democratic Party, Gosnell could serve as Virginia governor — at least he would not have a history with blackface. Perhaps he could even be the party’s nominee for president in 2020.

 This week, the same Democratic Party has openly and emphatically embraced open borders and lawlessness. The immigration laws that Democrat politicians once argued for, voted for, enacted and enforced are today completely meaningless to them.

A Democratic lawmaker from New Jersey has invited an illegal alien from Guatemala to pass through every security checkpoint imaginable to enter the House Chamber to watch President Trump’s State of the Union Address before Congress.


 In past years, Democrats have invited so-called “Dreamers,” who as children were dragged into the country illegally by their parents. These so-called “Dreamers” are protected from deportation by a web of executive action and legal rulings.


 But the illegal alien from Guatemala invited to Tuesday’s SOTU address is in no way protected from prosecution and deportation. The woman came to the country illegally of her own accord in 1999 and has been living illegally in the U.S. ever since. By her own admission, she has forged documents so that she could work illegally in the United States.


 Even if this woman were to be arrested or otherwise come to the attention of U.S. Capitol Police, she would not be turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. That is because U.S. Capitol Police have a policy against alerting ICE when they detain or become aware of an illegal alien illegally in the House Chamber or anywhere else.


 Congress — the so-called “People’s House” — has officially become a “sanctuary” against the very federal laws enacted in the House and Senate chambers. According to Democratic politicians, these laws no longer apply.


 Which laws? Well, that depends. According to Democratic leaders, some laws still apply to some people. Other laws do not apply to certain other people.


 How do we know which laws apply to which people?


 It all depends on the whims of these Democrat politicians. But here is one little hint: Laws almost always apply to innocent tax-paying citizens. They often do not, however, apply to noncitizens who are illegal aliens illegally residing and illegally working in the U.S.


 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her lawless gang of scofflaws may as well blockade the Supreme Court with scaffolding, climb to the top and take hammer and chisel to the sacred words inscribed in the great marble pediment.


“Equal justice under law” no longer applies to the American citizenry, according to these people. Certain laws only apply to certain people, as politicians see fit.
Kermit Gosnell must be wondering why on earth he is spending the rest of his life in jail.

• Contact Charles Hurt at churt@washingtontimes.com or on Twitter @charleshurt

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