Thursday, August 17, 2017

The Problem is Not With White Supremacist Groups

Congressman Issa Calling For Hearing on White Supremacist

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Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA) is calling for the House Judiciary Committee into holding a hearing on how White nationalism is impacting civil rights in America during the wake of the racial riots that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia last weekend.  How stupid is Congressman Issa?

One thing I will tell you and that is that these White Supremacist Groups are irrelevant to the racial problem that faces America today.  Most people in America, as far as I'm concerned, don't subscribe to that.  They believe people are people, regardless of skin color.  Secondly, no white supremacist group is going to receive the attention of the national media, at least not in a positive sense.  They have no media sympathy.  Therefore, it's not necessary for media figures or politicians to devote time denouncing white supremacy.  That's not the problem when it comes to race relations in today's society. 

The problem is with these so-called black "civil rights" leaders such as Al Sharpton that try to depict blacks as  being victimized by white males.  Anytime a black male is shot during the scene of a crime or a shooting, we have Black Lives Matter and other so-called civil rights groups point the finger at the police.  I don't deny there are some police officers who are bad.  Those who abuse their authority should be dealt with personally, but don't place all police officers who shoot a black in a crime scene as being racist or bigoted.  That's not always the case.  We have thugs that run loose on the streets who think they can get away with murder because they know they'll receive sympathy from certain media figures and civil rights leaders. 

I believe some of the biggest racists in the country and the news media and many of our politicians.  There are those who thrive on causing strife and seeing riots take place.  One thing I'm opposed to is race baiting and many of our politicians and media figures love to race bait.  If  it wasn't for our politicians and many in our news media, I don't believe we would be having half the racial problems we have in our country today.

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Trump Slams "Unconstitutional" Sanctions Bill, But Still Signs It

Trump Signs Sanctions Bill
Trump Slams “Unconstitutional” Sanctions Law, but Still Signs It

President Trump reluctantly and privately signed HR3364 on August 2nd, piling more sanctions on Russia, Iran, and North Korea.  Trump made his displeasure known in a series of statements and suggested in a message to Congress that "He may consider getting around lawmakers unconstitutional preferences" as expressed in the sanctions measure.  The White House did lobby Congress to ease some restrictions within the bill formerly dubbed, "Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act."  While Trump successfully got some changes made, he wasn't happy with the overall final product.  He referred to it as a "seriously flawed" bill.  To read the article, click on New American from the above link.

Manufacturing Jobs Hit Highest Level Since Barack Obama's Inauguration

Manufacturing Jobs Hit Highest Level Since Obama's Inauguration

Then President-elect Donald Trump and President Obama following the election of Donald Trump as President

Manufacturing jobs in the U.S. have hit their highest level since the inauguration of Barack Obama, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.   To read the latest numbers of  the number of manufacturing jobs created  since Donald Trump began his presidency, click on the above link from

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Attorney General Jeff Sessions to Unveil Crackdown on the Leakers

AG Jeff Sessions to Unveil Leaker Crackdown

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that he's going to crack down on leakers within the administration.  There have been numerous leaks taking place within the administration since the advent of the Trump administration in January.  There have been changes made within the White House the last week with the ouster of former White House Press secretary Sean Spicer, Former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, and today's firing of former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci.   All this taking place with the new White House Chief of Staff taking place, which is retired General John Kelly who briefly ran the Department of Homeland Security.

That's great news.  There needed to be a shakeup of the White House staff.  The lack of stability with all the infighting in the Oval Office, I believe has hurt Trump in the polls recently where one poll stated that Trump was losing support in some of the key states that voted for him last November.  Click on the above link to read the article.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Paul Ryan and the Fake GOP Attempt to Destroy the Country

This is a YouTube video from the Alex Jones show showing that the Fake GOP had no plan whatsoever to repeal Obamacare.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Republicans Sweep All Four of Their Special Elections

Republicans Sweep All Four of Their Special Election Contests

Image result for karen handel wins special election  Republican Karen Handel easily defeats Democrat Jon Osoff

In Tuesday's special election in the sixth congressional district of Georgia, Republican Karen Handel easily defeated Democrat Jon Osoff in which turned out to be a huge victory in what was considered a possible referendum on next year's midterm election.  She replaced former Congressman Tom Price, who is now Health & Human Services Secretary.  She won 59.1% of the vote, compared to 49.1% for Jon Osoff.

In South Carolina, a Republican also won to replace former Congressman Mick Mulvaney, now President Trump's budget director.  Ralph Norman won South Carolina in the fifth Congressional District.  So far, in the special election races, Republicans have picked up all four of those races.  Click on to read the full story.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Trump: Join Me in Honoring the Critical Role of Women in America

Trump: Join Me in Honoring the Critical Role of Women in America

On Wednesday, which is today, which is called International Women's Day, President Trump took time on Twitter to honor and express his respect for women and he gave them credit for the vita roles they play in American society.  International Women's Day has been celebrated since the early 1990's.
Since Donald Trump's inauguration, there have been numerous women in Hollywood that have been protesting Trump's inauguration and have been saying that he will roll back the gains many women have made in the work force for the last few decades.  My response to many of the women critics of Donald Trump is to find out how many women are employed in the Trump Organization and what positions many of them occupy.  I believe that will say something in regards to Trump's view on women contributing to the work force.  I'm certain there are scores of women that are employed at the Trump Organization and I'm certain many of them are in high-level positions.  Trump's oldest daughter Ivanka was one of the top leaders in running the Trump Organization prior to the election last year.  I know Trump's first wife Ivana was a career woman. Some of the comments that many of the Hollywood women have made as well as many leading feminists is just plain nonsense.  I'm not insinuating that Trump doesn't have a problem with women in some capacity.  He's been married three times so that should say something.  And I'm fully aware of the locker room comments he made about women to Billy Bush.  He was in the wrong there.  But to make the allegation that Trump will roll back the gains women have made in the work force the last few decades is nonsense.  He doesn't have a problem with working women.  He has women in his cabinet such as Betsy DeVos and Elaine Chao.  He does support working women.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Alan Colmes Passes at 66

Alan Colmes Passes at 66

Former radio-talk show host and Fox News commentator Alan Colmes passed away on February 23, 2017 at the age of 66.  Colmes was a liberal commentator on Fox.  When Fox News premiered on Octrober 7, 1996, there was a new debate show created entitled, "Hannity & Colmes".  It ran that year until 2009.  Colme's was Hannity's liberal counterpart on the show.  You heard two different points of view on that program for over 12 years.  Colmes is survived by his wife Joycelyn Crowley, and his sister-in-law Monica Crowley.  Click on the link from to read the story.

House GOP Releases Bill Replacing Obama Health Care Overhaul

House GOP Releases Bill for Replacement for Obamacare

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House Republicans on Monday released their long-awaited plan to replace Obamacare, which is a bill which would roll back the government's role in health care and possibly leave more Americans uninsured.  The 123-page bill could launch this year's defining battle in Congress.  The plan is expected to cover fewer than 20 million Americans than Obamacare, including residents of state which Trump won in 2016.  The plan would repeal the statute's unpopular fines on people  who don't possess health care coverage.  It would replace income-based premium subsidies in the law with age-based subsidies, which may not provide as much assistance to people with low incomes.  The payments would phase out for higher earning people.

The proposal would continue the expansion of Medicaid to lower-earning Americans until 2020.  After that, states adding Medicaid recipients would no longer receive the additional federal funds that Obama's health care law provides.  A series of tax increases on higher earning people, the insurance industry, and others used to finance Obama's overhaul coverage expansion would be repealed as of 2018.  Popular consumer protections in Obama's health care law would be retained such as pre-existing medical problems, and parents' ability to keep their young adult children on their healthcare coverage until age 26.  Click on the above link from Newsmax to read the full story.

Monday, March 6, 2017

President Trump's First National Address to a Joint Session of Congress

President Donald Trump presents his first national address to a joint session of Congress on February 28, 2017.  Former Kentucky governor Steve Beshear gave the President's response.