January 23rd – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #4…

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2,307 Responses to January 23rd – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #4…

  1. Niagara Frontier says:

    Just clicked in to C-SPAN3 to see what was airing. It’s a live “DNC Chair Candidates Forum.” Just watching for a few minutes and hearing Ellison rant about the “execution of Trayvon Martin,” it is obvious they’ve learned nothing.

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  2. Blade says:

    Sundance,

    You’re probably already aware, but the Great Big One Levin has Dox’d you again on Facebook.

    See discussion at Free Republic

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/3514937/posts

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    • budmc says:

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      • Personally I don’t care who Sundance is. All I know is he knows his business. Very honest and right on each thing he prints. That is exactly why I keep reading his blogs and he has never failed to be correct.

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        • feralcatsblog says:

          To Howling Mad Mark Levin, Sundance is nothing but a nosy pest
          No, the town crier says Sundance is a Paladin in disguise
          Who gives America’s enemies battle night and day
          Scorched earth and stuff, don’t you know
          He’s a gunslinger come to all of the establishment slay?
          They say he has an enormous head
          And that he spits lead
          I’ve heard he’s fussy with his food
          And eats his breakfast in the nude
          Is he robust? Or very pale?
          At least we know he’s an American male!

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        • Howie says:

          Don’t tell.

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      • Martin says:

        Stay classy, Levin.

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      • mysticrose80 says:

        Wow…..what an arrogant, petty snot. So glad that I’m 100% Levin-free (although, tbh, he was hard to take in large doses….with him being enamored by the sound of his own voice and all…).

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      • M. Mueller says:

        I listened to Levin year after year and was totally confused as to why, when we kept voting Republicans in, nothing ever changed. OK, it changed some; but it changed for the worse. Always!

        Then, some wonderful person left a link on Breitbart that I followed. After reading what Sundance had to say about a uniparty, everything fell into place. It all made sense and explained everything. Sundance is brilliant. Everything he has said during this election cycle has come to pass. Brilliant.

        Also, Levin’s Convention idea is scary. Looking at all politicians everywhere, and how much we’ve found out about the true colors of different people (Beck, Ryan, etc.) who would you really want to trust to crack that good old Constitution open???

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      • facebkwallflower says:

        Trump doesn’t care about Sundance’s background and who he is and I am pretty sure Trump had his guys find out “Who is that Sundance Guy”

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        • facebkwallflower says:

          And thus, dissing Sundance could make a certain president come up with a “special” name for Levin. The guy doesn’t get it yet: The president is not friendly to those that hurt his supporters.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Levin is a sore looser and wishes he was still leading the parade.

        However, turns out that it wasn’t someone with a big corp media position or a self proclaimed “leader” of the right. Working people lead this fight and won it against all odds! Shows how overrated these Never Trumpers and those late to the Trump Train really are.

        We now have a Republican Administration, the POTUS that Sundance was supportive of from that fateful day in June and Levin is still firing into our own party?! No only was Sundance on the Trump Train from day one but consistently out did the GOPe commentators in facts, analysis and insight. Long before President Trump began his run Sundance was reporting the inner workings of the GOPe. Will never forget the excellent journalism on the terrible election of 2014 in LA! Excellent writing and quality journalism for years now on a number of issues.

        So much the better that he does not have an official background and training in journalism and/or poli sci, a large research staff, resources at his disposal and this as a full time job. Fitting that he was such a resource for so many of us – a journalist of the people to help elect the people’s President! what Levin means as dismissive only shores up Sundance’s reputation and highlights what he has accomplished!

        Levin has got nothing left but to turn on President Trump’s loyal supporters. Disloyal to his own party and so Sad!

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      • Binkser1 says:

        Geez, jealous much Levin. Sundance runs rings around you “conservative” talking heads and that makes Markie’s head explode.

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      • Howie says:

        Has been loser, lousy lawyer, and failed talk show host Mark Levin tries to remain relevant, and totally flops. He did nothing to help elect Trump and has zero cred. He will learn the hard way. Don’t mess with those folks at Conservative Treehouse.

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      • UKExpat says:

        Levin is irrelevant and now is scrabbling to make himself heard.

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    • Blade says:

      Arrrgh … I meant Twitter!

      Thanks budmc

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    • thesavvyinvester says:

      Saw it. I have been saying for eon’s The Never Trumper’s can’t let go, as if it is some sort of twist compulsive obsessive behavior. I often wonder with his spat with Michael Savage,is this about Savage “winning” with DJT running essentially on Borders, Language and Culture, and whilst Mark did everything he could he couldn’t pull Cruz across the finish line. Enough of me playing armchair shrink…

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      Sundance is retired, and making a difference.
      levin’s just tired and indifferent.

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    • HarryJ says:

      Those so called levin type pundits are the reason why lot of people dont vote republican. Sundance does great analysis and very supportive of trump agenda. Trump team needs a place cth which can bring more people into the movement. This what happened to me. 18 months ago i found cth while looking for trump speech live streams. I am hooked to this since then. I am mot very political, but inspired by many trump agenda. While driving i have listened to those talk radio thing but never found attractive. They always sounded like they are making money by saying things which often nake no sense.
      Anyway, go sundance go.

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    • Lucille says:

      Levin has the typical elitist attitude of “I’m better than you” which is so destructive to our society. I’ve tried to read some of his books and, sorry, but they are boringly written. Sundance, on the other hand, is never boring, and has built up a blog which is respected by multitudes of patriots. If Sundance is so insignificant, why does Levin bother mentioning anything about him?

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        If Levin is so significant why did the guy his family worked for loose? They are still supporting Cruz over there and a number of commenters are for cruz in 2020. Do they never learn? Sad.

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    • p'odwats says:

      I think Levin is just jealous of the influence Sundance has had with many of us who happen to be conservatives. Levin doesn’t like to compete with other people in the conservative forum. That accounts for his bashing of folks like Sundance and Michael Savage.

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      • Howie says:

        Levin is a born loser. Rather than join the winning team and help us get TRUMP elected, he chose to go down in flames with the other Never Trump imbeciles while wailing and flailing about calling for a constitutional convention after the fact from his bunker. Sorry Mark.

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    • SteveInCO says:

      Levin’s proposed constitutional amendments are so poorly written that although I could go with the stated intent of them, most of them either won’t do what he says they will, or will have bad side effects.

      Boo on his amendments, and boo on opening up the Pandora’s box of a con-con.

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    • Howie says:

      Mark Levin: Establishment Shill

      There are also stories about conservative talk radio hosts like Mark Levin. Levin has been around for years and has always fashioned himself as a pure constitutional conservative. A straight shooter who tells it like it is from a strict constitutionalist’s perspective. It wasn’t until Trump came along that he was exposed for the phony he is. Mark Levin was revealed to be a fraud. Not by Democrats, but by Republican investigators. People who would normally be going after Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.

      Under normal circumstances, people like Mark Levin and Glenn Beck wouldn’t have been exposed as being shills for the establishment, but now you have millions of frustrated Trump supporters and investigators who usually go after Democrats digging up dirt. Super sleuths have uncovered that not only does Mark Levin have a family member who works in Ted Cruz’s Senate office, but an anti-Trump super PAC called the Senate Conservatives Fund has purchased close to a half million dollars of Mark Levin’s books in exchange for favorable candidacy political opinion.

      What a clever way to funnel money for favor. Instead of directly paying Levin, they simply purchase massive quantities of what he is selling. Now everything looks legit. They’re not cutting him a check to advertise, they’re buying $400,000 worth of books. Do you know how many books that is? A lot. That is a huge take. If an anti-Trump, pro-establishment group is buying this many books from a popular conservative radio host, what do you suppose that host is going to say on his show? He is going to say what he’s told to say.

      http://www.zerofiltered.com/mark-levin-establishment-shill/

      Mark Levin served under Attorney General Ed Meese in the Reagan administration when it vetted and approved Supreme Court nominee Anthony Kennedy in 1988.
      Kennedy has since cast the deciding vote in one unconstitutional ruling after another.
      The great Ronald Reagan appointed Justice Kennedy, and he was approved by Edwin Meese…who had one of his low-down lawyers inside the Justice Department who’s now a flamboyant talk show host– who every day tells you what a conservative is– every day the lawyer who vetted Justice Kennedy goes on the air and tell you, ‘he knows what a conservative is’.

      Never forget who gave us Justice Kennedy…an unknown lawyer who’s now posing as a conservative talk show host…
      http://mofopolitics.com/2015/07/01/michael-savage-fraud-mark-levin-responsible-for-supreme-court-gay-marriage-ruling/

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      • Howie says:

        Is the purchase of his books by a super pac legal? It looks like a money laundering scheme of PAYOLA to me. Might be a good idea to check this out. PAYOLA and Money Laundering are felony crimes.

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      • Howie says:

        Non disclosure is a crime. Payola/Plugola laws might well apply to the great one.

        http://www.pillsburylaw.com/siteFiles/Publications/96D36CC63488672B2256AEF13D67BD14.pdf

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      • Howie says:

        What is Money Laundering?
        Money laundering is the generic term used to describe the process by which criminals disguise the original ownership and control of the proceeds of criminal conduct by making such proceeds appear to have derived from a legitimate source.

        The processes by which criminally derived property may be laundered are extensive. Though criminal money may be successfully laundered without the assistance of the financial sector, the reality is that hundreds of billions of dollars of criminally derived money is laundered through financial institutions, annually. The nature of the services and products offered by the financial services industry (namely managing, controlling and possessing money and property belonging to others) means that it is vulnerable to abuse by money launderers.

        The act of laundering is committed in circumstances where a person is engaged in an arrangement (i.e. by providing a service or product) and that arrangement involves the proceeds of crime. These arrangements include a wide variety of business relationships e.g. banking, fiduciary and investment management.

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        • Howie says:

          If guilty of plugola as the underlying crime then the crime of money laundering would apply. This looks real fishy to me.

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          • Agreed. Levin never wanted to touch Barry’s usurpation, no did he want to admit that CRUZ was also an unqualified, unconstitutional candidate…which makes him either as dumb a constitutional expert as they come, or paid to misrepresent candidates. Maybe divorce hit him hard and he compromised all. His all wasn’t much to begin with.

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    • JustScott says:

      Groupthink can be a beautiful thing, sometimes, like when someone attacks on of our Generals, and retribution is appropriate. Maybe someone will issue a “CALL TO ARMS” directed toward the great mr levin.
      If a significant number of people at CTH, FR, r/T_D, 4c, ATS,Anon, etc etc looked inside themselves to each provide an incremental piece of discomfort to the great one, maybe he would be distracted by the pain, and STFU.
      Not that I am trying to instigate anything, just sayin…

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Now that the parade has moved on to the next day, I have a question about the Levin posting. Both “Blade” and “budge” have unique pictures with their name and I don’t remember them. Of course, I do not keep up with every comment page but I do read many and they are unique. Have they commented here for a long time? Are they regulars? they may be regular readers who are ardent Trump supporters and come here often out of appreciation for the writing, information and encouragement found here. I am curious, not slinging accusations (part of the reason I waited but thought these things immediately).

      What was the point of letting all of the readers here know about Levin’s post and the doxing? If just to FYI Sundance would an email have been better than posting the doxing here for all of his readers to see? Were they trying to get commenters over to Levin’s site/twitter/facebook to comment negatively on Levin? Trying to let Treehouse readers know that Levin is a jerk? I can think of very good reasons to post here and even better ones not to do so. Of course, that choice would vary from commenter to commenter. But I am curious as to the reasoning of it being posted here, now, when it was originally posted by Levin over a week ago.

      Levin’s attitude about a non professional being a leading thought maker, journalist, blogger and political influencer was embarrassingly awful! Coming from someone at the National Review or George Will it would have been expected but who does Levin think his audience is? Working people! And many who do have professional backgrounds are not snobbish about the actual degrees if the job is being done and being done well.

      Besides, for journalism is there really a skill set other than writing well, analytical thinking, research skills, solid work ethic and quality of character and ethics that one needs to be a journalist and writer? Does one need a certain size audience to gain credibility or a particular income before one’s thoughts, insights and researched facts are valid?

      Levin is still being divisive within the Republican party, still distracting the base and providing a forum for Never Trumpers and for Cruz 2020. None of this is helpful at this point in the new Trump Administration and shows no loyalty to the Republican party who is now in the White House with very little thanks to Never Trumpers and Cruz during the General. (yes, I know he helped at the very end and might have made a crucial difference in those states – but PA was won and would have put Trump over. Hard for me to let go of all else Cruz did in the primary much less the convention and the general)

      Levin is just upset for being exposed by the sunlight of facts such as his family connections to Cruz and his book deals that he did not air himself. Sour grapes over the election, sour grapes over being reported on and exposed, sour grapes over being topped in quality of reporting, journalism and commentary by Sundance.

      Levin is also likely being used or at least trying to please those who do not like Sundance’s growing influence. Levin can’t be the only one unhappy with Sundance’s solid reporting!

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      • Blade says:

        Both “Blade” and “budge” have unique pictures with their name and I don’t remember them.

        What was the point of letting all of the readers here know about Levin’s post and the doxing?

        Katherine McCoun, first, the pictures appear when you have a WordPress sign-in, actually a Gravatar sign-in. They’re optional.

        Two of us commenting about the same thing and both having pictures? Coincidence. A common one BTW.

        Why mention Mark Levin? It was a heads-up for Sundance. He knows what it means. FYI, thanks to Levin he can now expect a barrage of malcontents in the coming days mucking up his blog by trolling comments or attacking him. Also, and in all seriousness, it is a dangerous thing Levin did and I hope that Sundance raises his personal DefCon level. In this climate ( just watch the inauguration riots or the canceled Chicago rally ) you must be on guard, especially Trump supporters, and none more than those who are Dox’d by dirtbags like Mark Levin, who should no better and has done this several times now.

        Furthermore, I didn’t see a mention upthread so I pinged a moderator to get the message to him. Maybe should have done email, or ask the mod to delete the comment, but too late now. Let’s see if Sundance can mention hi preference for any future situations like this.

        Sundance? Do you want urgent stuff like this in the comments or email or what?

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        • Katherine McCoun says:

          Thank you for answering. I know how the pictures work, I just didn’t remember your particular sign in from before. I didn’t post anything at that night as I didn’t want to accuse a regular reader of anything and absolutely did not want to start an argument on this blog or thread. I also don’t like to assume the worst.

          I wanted to assume the best and that you just wanted Sundance to know and direct like minded others to Levin’s page to voice our opinions. Evidently, that is exactly what you wanted to do and what you did do so well done.

          My concern (yes, I know that is a red flag on this blog!) was that if Sundance wants to be anonymous for whatever reason, then why help spread the doxing? Why help Levin? the vast majority of us use screen names and do not post our pictures to protect our identity and most often for financial reasons as jobs are lost due opinions posted, sometimes even years later as we saw in CA re Prop 8. I am glad to know your reasons were pure and true and you acted from sentiments that were loyal.

          this was also for Sundance to know the loyalty and respect his readers have for him and our appreciation and recognition of his role in this election.

          Again, I greatly appreciate your time and your tone. I didn’t want to accuse, simply inquire. You handled it so very well with your polite reply and conversational tone. I guess I feel loyal and ready to defend someone who has impacted my life so much and has played such a significant role in an election that is changing our country and my child’s future for the better. I know he needs no help from me and probably would have already thought of and checked for anything I could possibly think to suggest as his analytical skills always seem to be many steps ahead of me!

          By the way, you are right – Chicago was crazy and that just one example! Maybe that is why I was concerned/skeptical about your all’s post. We see from the undercover videos how devious and violent the opposition is. funny story about Chicago that night: I was making calls for the Trump Campaign and I happened to be calling people in Illinois the night of the canceled rally. Many people who were on the call list were very upset about the riots and I think they only helped him. But one cell phone I called was for a number that had been reassigned and was no longer a Republican voter – it was a young guy in a careful of young guys and I am pretty sure they were in Chicago! When I said I was calling from the Trump campaign (and I think it came up on the caller ID that way but I am not sure) he was Very freaked out as were the other voices with him that I could hear! He was panicked, asking if I knew where he was and asked repeatedly how we had gotten his number! haha Maybe they thought the campaign was tailing him and he might have stayed away after that! 🙂

          Good job directing people to give Levin a piece of their mind and giving Sundance a heads up. Thank you for looking out for Sundance and thank you for replying. MAGA

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          • Blade says:

            Truth is, I actually wasn’t trying to get anyone to reply to Levin, I just linked to FreeRepublic and the information there for Sundance to see. But I think he/she already knew. I posted that because there might be a small chance Sundance missed it and he/she MUST be informed of potential danger.

            Anyone seeing the Leah Remini thing on Scientology? That, as well as the Leftist violence after the election is important knowledge about the risk these days. Cultish behavior lends itself to sycophantic harassment and potentially dangerous encounters. Sure, one of the few remaining LevinTards might show up and harass Sundance, or even more likely and worse, a leftist who now can do what they often do – false flag camouflage themselves as “conservatives” to do whatever they want with plausible cover.

            Now this is exactly why Levin is so stupid. He owns the outcome in a bad way no matter what happens, God forbid. It infuriates me that he did this – again! Last year it was due to his anger that Sundance pointed out Levin’s future stepson was a Cruz aide. If Levin wasn’t a public persona and radio host, and Cruz a candidate, then it would be meaningless information. But it is quite the opposite, and indeed pertinent to his idiotic relentless Jihad against Trump. Levin actually put out a cash bounty for info on Sundance. And then when he got it, posted it on Facebook and announced the post on the radio steering everyone there. He lost his remaining loyal defenders at FreeRepublic when this happened one year ago ( Levin was a Freeper himself until a few years ago but hasn’t checked in lately and would not like the pings we have left him if he did ;-).

            The level of stupidity is astonishing. If something horrible happens to Sundance then Levin would become the most infamous talk show host in history. No way out of that. He would be finished, arrested, prosecuted, imprisoned, and everyone connected ( including whoever that schmuck is who gave Levin the info ) will be rolled up along the way.

            Trump sure has a way to bring the inner-demons out of people. He is the Exorcist! Remember Megyn, allegedly a lawyer ( but obviously an affirmative action law graduate ) and a divorced woman throwing those details to the wind and using the Daily Beast story of raping his wife. Nuts! She know that was divorce case hyperbole. She was warned not to do this and went ahead. ( This was a week prior to the first debate and was lost in the aftermath of it ). Levin’s actions mirror this one, both require full suspension of all of one’s personal knowledge, logic and common sense.

            Next thing you know, Trump will cause the Pope to make a gay porno movie. That’s the kind of mental break that these others have succumbed to right before our eyes!

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  3. John says:

    Where is the wall?

    Tp whatever, I want a wall started as soon as possible.

    The nutjobs, dealers, smugglers and crazies are running across the border.

    Let’s go.

    Build the wall (more since a lot is already there).

    John

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    • Eric Kennedy says:

      Holy crap. This was day one.

      He has to get his picks confirmed. The Congress has to fund the Wall.

      Think before you post.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Let’s give it more than 1 business! Also, this was addressed solidly during the press conference this afternoon. How about reviewing on the 100 day mark as to what has been done and what has been started and what is next on the agenda?

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    • M. Mueller says:

      John, take a deep breath. Remember the last time you started a new job? On day #1, did you accomplish 4 years worth? Our President is doing a phenomenal job. There WILL be a wall, just give it more than a day or two. Even God took 7 days!

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    • feralcatsblog says:

      Crash programs fail because they are based on the theory that, with nine women pregnant, you can get a baby in a month.
      – Wernher von Braun

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    • SteveInCO says:

      I agree, neither Rome nor the Wall can be built in a day. Or even a week.

      But I’ll be honest. I want illegal immigration stopped.

      If someone can convince me a wall won’t help with that, or that there are better ways to do it, then I won’t want a wall.

      Please note that’s an “If A then B” type statement and you should not attack me for saying “B” all by itself, because I’m not. I was even careful to phrase B in the subjunctive.
      .
      hunkers down for incoming fire.

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  4. SharonKinDC says:

    More good news!! Hahn had some of the best, most well researched and written articles over at BB.

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  5. Patriot1783 says:

    Now will someone in congress draft the papers for treason charges??
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4149484/US-sent-221-million-Palestinians-Obamas-hours.html

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  6. SharonKinDC says:

    Sean Spicer is the most qualified Press Sec we’ve had that I can remember. Look at this bio. No WONDER he’s so well informed! (PS: another one w/ military background!)

    From Wiki:
    In 1999, Spicer joined the U.S. Navy Reserve as a public affairs officer; he currently holds the rank of Commander.[8] In 2012, he received a master’s degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island.[8] As of December 2016, he is assigned to the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s naval reserve contingent in Washington, D.C..[11]
    In the late 1990s, Spicer worked for Congressman Mike Pappas (R-NJ),[12] Congressman Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ),[13] Congressman Mark Foley (R-FL),[14] and Congressman Clay Shaw (R-FL)[15]. From 2000 to 2001 he was the communications director on the House Government Reform Committee, and from 2001 to 2002 he was director of incumbent retention at the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC).[16]
    From 2003 to 2005,[16] Spicer was the communications director and spokesman for the House Budget Committee.[6] He subsequently was the communications director for the Republican Conference of the U.S. House of Representatives, and then, from 2006 to 2009, was the assistant U.S. Trade Representative for media and public affairs in President George W. Bush’s administration.[17]
    Beginning in March 2009, Spicer was a partner at Endeavor Global Strategies, a public relations firm which he and two other Republican operatives founded.[18] He left the firm in February 2011 to become communications director of the Republican National Committee.[19] At the RNC, he enlarged the organization’s social media operations, built an in-house TV production team, and created a rapid response program to reply to attacks.[17] In February 2015 he was given an additional role, as chief strategist for the party.[20]

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  7. Finalage says:

    Absolute must read. George Friedman gets it and he’s an excellent purveyor of foreign policy from the old school of geopolitics.

    Trump should have an audience with Mr. Friedman.

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  8. BobW462 says:

    Whoa! I just saw a piece run on Fox… “call your reps and tell them to confirm Jeff Sessions for AG”.

    Didn’t expect that!

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    • M. Mueller says:

      My list isn’t done yet, but this is what I have so far to help President Trump. Add your own Senators and house members to your copy. I don’t have cable, so someone has to add some CNN, etc. sponsors and contact info.

      As you cut and paste to update, whoever is up when the day’s thread changes – post the updated list toward the top of the thread. That way we’ll always have an easy way to go to work when needed. I’m working on newspapers.

      Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan H-232 The Capitol Washington D.C. 20515
      Phone: (202) 225-0600
      Fastnote: comments to Paul Ryan if you don’t live in district. (most comments are opposite of what we want – maybe we should add a few.) http://www.fastnote.com/paul-ryan

      Senator John McCain: U.S. Senate, 241 Russell Senate Office Building,
      Washington, DC 205100001 Phone: (202) 224-2235

      Senator Lindsey Graham U.S. Senate, 290 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 205100001 Phone: (202) 224-5972

      Senator Mitch McConnell, Majority Leader U.S. Senate, 317 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 205100001 Phone: (202) 224-2541

      Senator Marco Rubio: U.S. Senate, 317 Hart Senate Office Building,
      Washington, DC 205100001 Phone: (202) 224-3041

      ABC
      ABC News: 47 W. 66 St., New York, NY 10023,
      General Email: http://abcnews.go.com/Site/page?id=3271346&cat=ABCNews.com%20comments

      CBS
      CBS News: 524 W. 57 St., New York, NY 10019,
      Phone: 212-975-3247,
      General Email: http://audienceservices.cbs.com/feedback/feedback.htm

      CNN:
      One CNN Center, Box 105366, Atlanta, GA 30303
      Phone: 404-827-1500
      Email: http://www.cnn.com/feedback

      CNN: Turner Headquarters One CNN Center Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Phone: 404-827-1700 – See more at: https://www.turner.com/contact-us#sthash.tmzkwwaE.dpuf

      FOX
      Fox News: 1211 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036,
      Phone: 1-888-369-4762
      Email: comments@foxnewsinsider.com

      NBC
      NBC: 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10112,
      Phone: 212-664-4444 NBC’s Washington Bureau, 4001 Nebraska Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20016,
      Phone: 202-885-4200
      http://www.nbc.com/contact-us

      MSNBC:
      One MSNBC Plaza Secaucus, NJ 07094
      Phone: 212-664-4444

      National Public Radio NPR:
      1111 N Capitol St NE, Washington DC, DC 20002-7502.
      Phone: 202-513-2000

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Thank you for making our “to do” list for tomorrow! Will do this in the am and send to my husband to do on his lunch break. We will add our 2 Senators and our congressman just in case they are getting any ideas. Need to make it clear who we support here in TN and that they need to do so as well.

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      • SteveInCO says:

        Remember that Ryan, et. al., have nothing to do with confirming appointments; that’s purely a Senate function. Save the info on calling them for when Obolacare comes up for repeal, or the budget, or stupid gun control is up for repeal, etc.

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    • Does anyone know when that’s supposed to happen?

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  9. Amidst all the other great news we have Kroger announcing 10,000 new jobs for 2017
    That brings us over 300,000 jobs since Trump won

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  10. feralcatsblog says:

    Now folks, Mark Levin may lecture and pontificate and holler and howl like a deranged hate spewing lunatic, and even look like a deranged hate spewing lunatic, but don’t let that fool you. He really is a deranged hate spewing lunatic.

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  11. facebkwallflower says:

    Is this accurate? Or another fake meme floating around social media?

    On june 27, 1952, American government passed a law, called “1952 McCarran Walters act”, that actually outlawed Sharia, but Obama never intended to enforce it or even let you know about it at all. Instead he started to import thousands of aggressive Muslim “refugees”, who refused to integrate and demanded to be allowed to live under sharia law instead of American constitution.
    Now it’s within Donald Trump’s authority to enforce that law and ban Sharia in every state across America.
    Do you want him to do that?

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  12. Katherine McCoun says:

    crazy media is now reporting that the CIA didn’t clap. There is video! Bagdad Bob lives on in spirit within these media clowns.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4150220/Government-sources-DENY-Spicer-claims-spies-cheered-Trump.html
    this video starts after the applause began so the time is shorter than some are saying but it is loud, solid and very enthusiastic

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    • SteveInCO says:

      Doubling down on delusional.

      It’s one thing to find a graphic that “proves” your point (as with attendance) then fraudulently misrepresent it. This is going back well after the correct evidence is widespread and attempting to rewrite it.

      They do NOT have the resources of Orwell’s Ministry Of Truth to call on.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      One of the media guys was saying this morning that it was people from the WH in the first three rows that were doing all the clapping and cheering. Spicer checked and there were no WH employees in there at all.

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    • UKExpat says:

      America’s world laughing stock EneMedia does not report News it delivers DemoncRAT PROPAGANDA.

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  13. Truthfilter says:

    It seems that none of the FBI or Intel Congressional investigators are interested in General Flynn’s testimony. We learned recently that Comey never questioned the accusations against Russia made by the (now discredited) IT company Crowdstrike -who provided tech security for the DNC server. We also recently saw that it took a public revelation by Devin Nunez to motivate House Intel Committee chairs (Schiff) to even go view intelligence documents. So…what the Hell have these investigating parties been looking at and who have they been interviewing in the meantime? Are they stalling on purpose just to stop POTUS? It is abundantly clear to me that these people have no interest in ending these investigations. Just my opinion.

    Hillary Clinton’s connections aren’t being called to testify, either, even though a lot of the Russia accusations against Trump originated with them. This is a very informative recent article from 3-31-2017 about Hillary’s role in Russia-gate. (The author takes a couple of cheap jabs at Trump but I’m immune to this by now.)
    http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2017/03/31/sleazy-origins-russia-gate.html

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