Recently Donald Trump sat for an interview with reporters from the New York Times. The entire interview is well worth reading, for those who are not yet familiar with Trump’s foreign policy positions. It’s recommended that you read the transcript rather than the interpretation of “journalists”.
What’s especially notable is Trump’s insistence upon putting THIS COUNTRY first. It’s about time that we had a candidate for the presidency who loves his country above all others and wants what’s best for the United States before considering what’s good for other nations.
What will it take for European countries, our country, and all of their assorted leaders to realize, once and for all, that we are at war with “radical Islam”?
Posted in Government Policies, Islamic Terrorism, Islamization, National Policy, Open Threads, Radical Groups, surveillance, Terrorism, War
Tagged Angela Merkel, Barack Obama ineligible, Hillary Clinton, immigration, ISIS, Islamic terrorism, Muslim radicalism, Obama, open thread, refugees, Terrorism, Trump, War
An update on the case of the criminal illegal alien who murdered five people recently in Kansas and Missouri:
It was revealed in subsequent stories that law enforcement had THREE SEPARATE OPPORTUNITIES to re-deport Pablo Antonio Serrano-Vitorino. He was originally deported about 12 years ago after making a terroristic threat, but only after serving two years in prison for the felony. (Needless to say, Obama wasn’t president then.)
Therefore, Serrano-Vitorino was known as a potentially violent felon–just the kind of person that Obama claims is at the top of the list for apprehension and deportation.
Posted in Elections, Government Policies, Immigration, National Policy, Open Threads, Sheriff Joe
Tagged Arpaio, border wall, Illegal Aliens, illegal immigration, Kate Steinle, open thread, Randy Nordman, Serrano-Vitorino, Trump
There was a manhunt going on in rural Missouri yesterday. Schools were locked down. Residents were advised to stay inside, doors locked, until the alledged fugitive “spree killer” was captured. He was captured, finally, hiding in a ditch along Interstate 70.
Posted in Government Policies, Ideology, Immigration, National Policy, Open Threads
Tagged a WALL, Donald Trump, Illegal Aliens, illegal immigration, Kate Steinle, open thread, Serrano-Vitorino
Some states intend to “explore” ways to block those on terror watch lists from buying guns. Already, according to this story, the state of New Jersey blocks people on the list from purchasing guns, something which would seem to be unconstitutional. Consider the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution:
A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
Owning a gun is a Constitutional right, not just a privilege, like driving a car. In addition, the Constitution requires “due process”, which is not something that occurs when someone is added to terror watch lists by anonymous bureaucrats.
Posted in Black Lives Matter, Constitutional Rights, Government Policies, gun control, Ideology, Islamic Terrorism, National Policy, Open Threads, surveillance, Terrorism
Tagged beheadings, Bill of Rights, California, due process, First Amendment, gun control, Kelli Ann Burriesci, NCIC, no-fly list, Saudi Arabia, Second Amendment, Terrorism, terrorism watch lists, Trey Gowdy
On Thanksgiving Day, a notoriously progressive newspaper, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, ran an editorial that outrageously likened the iconic Pilgrims to ISIS. The anonymous author(s) claimed that their suggested revised narrative of the origin story of the American people …
at least the immigrant population that over 400 years has come to dominance
… is truthful, citing as their source a television program on the also notoriously progressive PBS.
Posted in Constitutional Rights, Ideology, Immigration, Islamic Terrorism, Media bias, National Policy, Open Threads, Racism, Radical Groups
Tagged Abraham Pearce, Alinsky, Fundamental Transformation, ISIS, Massasoit, Mayflower, open thread, Pequot War, Pilgrims, Plymouth, Pokanokets, racism, Thanksgiving