Today there is little joy in Magaville, as President Donald J. Trump signs the RINO/Democrat $1.3 trillion “omnibus” spending bill. (Yes. Trillion!)
Puzzlement, maybe, at best. A sense of betrayal. There’s that, too. What exactly is or was he thinking?
Posted in Donald J. Trump, Government Policies, gun control, Ideology, Illegal Aliens, Immigration, National Policy, Obamacare, Open Threads
Tagged Ann Coulter, bump stocks, DACA, Donald J. Trump, dreamers, immigration, military funding, omnibus bill, open thread, Planned Parenthood, RINOs, Robert Mueller, SCOTUS, The Swamp
Several interesting items appeared in the news, recently. One national, the other local, but touching upon a national story.
The first item comes from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The story provides local interest attached to the saga of Stormy Daniels, the woman who allegedly had an “intimate relationship” with now-President Donald J. Trump over a decade ago. Daniels entered into a “hush agreement” that she wants to go back on, now offering to return the $130,000 she took to keep quiet (among other things). She’s suing to have the agreement declared void. Her lawyer was the subject of a recent lifestyles column.
Posted in Donald J. Trump, Hillary Clinton, Illegal Aliens, Immigration, Lawsuits, Obama Shadow Government, Open Threads, Racism, Sexism, Trumps
Tagged anti-conservatism, Buzz Westfall, Clinton in India, Hillary Clinton, ICE, Jeff Sessions, Joyce Aboussie, Kamala Harris, Libby Schaaf, Michael Avenatti, open thread, oppo research, President Trump, Progressives, racism, Rahm Emanuel, Richard Gephardt, Sexism, Stephanie Clifford, Stormy Daniels
Public toilet in ancient Greece
Last week, we were treated to another typical mainstream media firestorm. This time the controversy concerns whether or not the President used the term shithole to describe certain countries from which he doesn’t believe we need more immigrants. African countries and Haiti were particularly mentioned in the discussion that took place in the White House. Only one person, a very partisan Democrat with a history of lying about what’s said behind closed doors in “private” meetings, alleged that the President used that epithet to describe certain countries.
President Donald J. Trump addressed the UN yesterday. Video of his speech can be found at this link. The text of his remarks can be found at this link.
Posted in Donald J. Trump, Foreign Policy, Immigration, Islamization, Military, National Policy, Open Threads, Radical Groups, Terrorism
Tagged Benjamin Netanyahu, Iran, Jihad, North Korea, nuclear rogue states, open thread, President Donald J. Trump, Terrorism, UN
Recently, the topic of dual citizenship became a thing in Australia: [emphasis added to quotes]
First two Australian senators resigned on learning they held citizenship of New Zealand and Canada.
Then a third stood down from his cabinet post on discovering that although he had never even been there, he was a citizen of Italy.
Posted in Birth Certificate Fraud, Corruption, Cruz eligibility, Immigration, Natural Born Citizen Discussion, Obama Eligibility, Open Threads, Vetting Obama
Tagged Barack Hussein Obama II, Constitutional Requirements, dual citizenship, Natural Born Citizen, open thread, Ted Cruz
There’s a break in the Awan Scandal. What’s that you say? You never heard of the Awan Scandal? That’s no surprise, because it involves Democrats, whom the media bend themselves into pretzels to avoid exposing to due scrutiny.
Imran Awan was arrested at Dulles airport by the FBI, going on the lam, exiting the country, stage left (or right, depending upon his ultimate destination, which was probably his native Pakistan).
With a few minor exceptions, President Trump’s “travel ban” will go into effect, according to a decision by the Supreme Court today.
A YUGE win for the President. A YUGE win for the Constitution and the rule of law. [emphasis added to quotes]
Posted in Donald J. Trump, Immigration, Lawsuits, Open Threads, SCOTUS
Tagged Gorsuch, Justice Clarence Thomas, open thread, President Donald J. Trump, Samuel Alito, SCOTUS, travel ban