White House Messaging: “The Picnic”…

For many years a point of agreement amid the common-sense-conservative crowd has centered around how weak and ineffective the historic messaging has been from the GOP.

Traditional values, which bind Americans in common purpose, have been under assault by progressives (more aptly Fabian Socialists) for decades, and little to no push-back was ever mounted by professional political voices.

Hollywood and Madison Avenue, under the control of professional left drove anti-American exceptional messaging, and the various GOP elements seemingly conceded the liberty landscape.  The American brand was diminished as a consequence.

Part of President Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ message is about re-instituting a patriotic value message; and also returning a sense of self-discipline and pride in success.



This type of effective messaging is what the top tier of the professional progressive movement, those who control the strings of the puppets, fear most.

The imagery of joy, fellowship, commonality and decency, is perceived as an ideological threat to decades of societal manipulation by the Fabian-Socialist movement.

Control is a reaction to fear.

Thinking in terms or politics and society – the fear behind modern liberalism is the fear that someone might withhold things (opportunities, money, whatever) from me.  Fear that if you live your life in a way I dislike that it might affect my life.  Fear that if you get the job, there will be nothing left for me. Fear that if you make tons of money, it’s means there’s less money out there for me.

Modern progressives believe in liberal policies as control mechanisms.  A means of trying to create guarantees and safeguards against those circumstances they fear.  Democrats, progressives and the Elizabeth Warren’s try to control the world and people within it to enable or create community comfort and happiness. Which, as we know, is an endless quest.

Trying to control others does nothing in the way of making oneself happy. By extension, voting in this mindset so that government can try to control others will also – shocking – not lead to a happier, more comfortable life.  The repeated failure behind this truth is where blame-casting and the perpetually miserable outlook of modern progressives stems from.

The formation of AntiFA, the latest activist re-branding effort of the Columbia University Fabian-Socialists, and the false messaging within their activism, is directly targeted as a strategy to stop the rise of common decency and national patriotism.

Heck, in a larger context, the severity of those miserable fellow travelers within the Frankfurt School mindset is evidenced within the recent rise of hatred, vitriol, vulgarity and outright abhorrent political violence.

Fortunately, the professional left is being confronted (for the first time in decades) by a U.S. presidency that’s willing to fight back just as hard, warts n’ all.  Joined and supported by an engaged American electorate fed up with the left-wing nonsense.  It is an interesting and inspiring dynamic to watch the light overwhelming the darkness.

President Trump is seemingly one man yet he consistently has his opposition surrounded; because President Trump has you, lots of you; and this visible reality is only possible because President Trump’s core message is truth.

As awkward, weird, bumbling and rag-tagged as it is, at the essential core the MAGA message is purely a message of truth brought to the surface by the most unlikely of people Donald J Trump.

There’s a spirit of genuine decency and authenticity much bigger than the flawed and entirely human vessel delivering the positive outcomes.  It is really neat, and at the same time profoundly American.

Additionally, and specifically because of the Trump movement’s common sense platform and the unashamed love of country, Generation Z is the first generation in many who are being exposed to unashamed patriotism.

There are multiple examples everywhere showing positive results if you look closely.

The examples surface like barely visible sprouts from well-placed seeds.

We would be well advised to care tenderly for these sprouts, cherish and protect them.

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332 Responses to White House Messaging: “The Picnic”…

  1. Looks like the Congressional Black Caucus forgot to show up. As well as most of the Democrats. What a bunch of losers.

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  2. rhcrest says:

    Yes for decades we thought we were all alone in thinking that these leftists were crazy.We were silenced by political correctness. We were all muzzled. Then a funny thing happened with the internet and Obama being elected. He made lots of us wake up – I certainly was asleep before he came along. Thank you Obama!

    I had a vague sense that things were just not right before he came along but never really thought too much about it and just went along to get along as they say and was busy with my own life as we all were. So he made lots of us wake up and then we started all communicating with each other through social media et al and we realized we weren’t alone.

    Lots of people felt the same way we did and this gave us the courage to start not being politically correct and to learn about what these awful leftists have been getting away with and doing to our country. Then for years we lacked a leader and viola! Along came Trump and the rest as they say is history – in the making.

    The specific reason that I woke up because of Obama was the way he rammed health care through clearly against the will of the people. I had never seen a potus act like that in my entire life and it horrified me. Then I started wondering just who the heck is this guy and started researching him and off down the rabbit hole I went.

    I had so much to learn about so many things. I would stay up all hours of the night reading and reading and reading – I would literally sit there crying and shaking because of everything I was learning and what had happened to this country. It’s been a long miserable 8 years and I feel happier than I have felt in years with Trump’s election.

    I know we still have a long road ahead of us and victory is not guaranteed but I sure do feel so much better personally.

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    • Cininmo says:

      It’s like that old saying… When the student is ready the teacher will appear.

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    • tonyE says:

      They say you can boil a frog if you raise the water slowly, but if you crank it out too fast then it jumps out.

      Prior to Obola, the water was warming up slowly… we all had an inkling, sort of an early morning wake up -and then go back to sleep- with Al Gore and the MSM during Dubya’s eight years…. but with Obola they Progressives simply went into overdrive.

      In their arrogance, they turned up the heat too fast, and we jumped out from the pot.

      Now. we’re pissed.


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      • rhcrest says:

        Oh yeah. Now we’re pissed indeed!


      • Ain’t it the truth!! Overplaying their hand/pushing too far/breaking things/going hog wild is how the ghetto fabulous live. Oboingo was a bad mistake. His presidency reminded me of Coleman young looting Detroit. I think Ofag-o and all his bros want the entire country to look like Detroit. One big socialist wasteland.

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      • The progs really screwed the pooch when they jumped the shark putting O in front of H. … had Hillary been elected in 2008 Obama could have been elected in 2016 and WOULD have likely been elected. The problem was that once you use the racism label (against people who were not opposed because of race) in order to quash opposition to your ideological agenda… you can not go (backwards) to labeling the ones who elected a black man as misogynists… it doesn’t logically compute and fails under scrutiny.
        The labels are quite effective used in the opposite order. Being labeled a misogynist does not carry the same stigma and has been thrown around so often it’s use has been severely limited… plus if calling someone a misogynist it would be best to ensure the person to whom the label is directed is actually somewhat misogynistic and has a verifiable history of such.

        Had Hillary been elected in 08 then the racist label would still be effective in shutting down opposition.


    • Rhcrest, your story is almost exactly my story. Learning who the republican really were was a shocking experience. I felt so betrayed.

      Sundance, I’m so grateful you bring up the Fabian socialist. This is like a hidden code, a secret group, who have vowed to heat and burn up the west (they really want the whole world) and then shape and create it into their own liking of a communist utopia.

      They have been extremely successful. Obama pushed to hard and boom, the electorate started noticing what the heck was going on. We seen our city’s decay, our children struggle to get good jobs, our taxes rise and our income fall. The world’s best Healthcare system was destroyed, never to be returned.

      Now, we are angry, cold anger, that these grifters, schemers and treasonist congress people, POTUS and SCOTUS have driving the country into the ground and hard. Only a miracle could save us, and we all knew better then trying one more time to believe our politicians.

      Thank God daily for Donald J Trump! There is not an other Hunan in America that could have done what he has. President Trump kicked PC right out the door early on.

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      • rhcrest says:

        Yes understanding that the Republicans were almost as bad as the Dems was another horrifying thing to learn. I have become used to the things that used to make me shake and cry. One of the main things that made me react like that was indeed learning who Barry S really was and feeling just outright terror that he was in the White House. I couldn’t believe it. When he first got elected I was still asleep but I had a really bad vibe about him without knowing anything about him. I just shrugged it off and didn’t want to get upset. I also ignored all the ruckus that had developed about obamacare. Then one day my husband sent me one of those emails that had been going around about Obamacare and it literally made the hair stand up on the back of my neck. I could ignore it no longer and off I went. Now with Trump I do feel so much better. Even then it’s still taken a while to feel better since the election strangely.The awful way I felt was so deep that just him getting elected wasn’t going to make it disappear. What makes it disappear little by little is things like him pulling out of the Paris Accord, not celebrating Ramadan at the White House etc. I was in so much pain for so long that I was almost afraid to start feeling better because I didn’t want to be disappointed and feel betrayed again. It’s a long process. Yes I thank God every day for Donald Trump. There is absolutely no one who could have done what he did and what he is doing. I honestly believe he is potus through Divine Intervention

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        • MC227 says:

          If you listen to his crappy speeches chock full of complete nonsense and being the most liberal person ever elected to office you would have known. I remember the first time I laid eyes on him and heard him I knew he as full of sh!t as a Christmas goose. The media is who got that clown elected. There were a number of things they just ignored that would have sunk him. Either way it was going to be him or Hildabeast so we were hosed.


    • BillRiser says:

      Trump just didn’t happen in the last few years. He has been talking about the same issues for at least the last twenty years. Many did not listen and laughed at him. If only the ‘Basket of Deplorables’ listened sooner his job would have been easier.

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    • adjudicator1776 says:

      I agree with everything that you said. The rabbit hole led to “Barry Soetoro” and that was just the first step. And now, Mr. Fast and Furious, who perjured himself in front of congress, former AG Eric Holder, has announced he is considering a run for POTUS in 2020.

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    • ediegrey says:

      I think the push for gay marriage and the whole war on Christians was a bridge too far – we have had enough of the left to last a life time. Thank God for our good and brave President Trump to lead us out of this mess.

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    • USMCLt says:

      We do indeed have a long road ahead of us. A reawakening of the old American Revolutionary Spirit is essential to our success. This 4th of July I challenge all Americans to change their thinking while watching the fireworks. Fireworks should not be viewed as pretty or astounding. Rather, it should be viewed for what it is, simulated war. We should be viewing it in a subdued manner, thanking God that it is not real. At the same time we should be thankful for that 3% of the American population who took up arms against the Red Coats, giving leverage to those great men and their idea in Philadelphia. May God richly bless them and these United States of America. Amen

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    • eagle931 says:

      For the first time since I’ve followed this great forum, I am writing a comment of my own to thank you for expressing what many of us have felt over the years. In my case, I had Obama pegged from the beginning for the simple reason that, as a political refugee from a communist country (Cuba), I had seen and heard the same slogans (Hope and Change), the same exhortations (Forward!), the same appeal to “spreading the wealth”, the same attempt at dividing us by exploiting the social and economic disparities that exist in all societies, and all wrapped up in the soaring rhetoric of “Fairness”. In short, I saw Obama for what he was, a dyed in the wool Marxist of the third world persuasion, meaning that his brand of Marxism was (is) race-based and a hatred of what Marxists of his type define as “imperialism”, but really meaning western values of which individual freedom, free enterprise and private property are key components. In my opinion, Obama continues to be extremely dangerous because he is able to disguise his ideology in the sort of rhetoric that bamboozles influential leaders in our country, just as Fidel Castro used his rhetorical powers to fool most people, including the movers and shakers (especially media members) in my native country, all of whom now live in exile.

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    • Marti says:

      rch: Also important to remember – Obamacare was sold to us as a fraud so as to pass it. It contains all of the legal elements of fraud. This alone should be reason enough to rescind it.
      So many of us were unhappy for 8 years seeing Obama sabotage our country but we didn’t have to go out and commit violence and burn things – these are the tactics of the Left throughout history


  3. Ann says:

    Love the video and message. However, I know that I am not a racist any more than Trump is, and Republicans need to make an effort to not appear to be racist by promoting videos that have only white people in them. I know, I know, but perception is all, and the perception is that many Republicans would be much happier in an all-white world. This is not true; I’m just speaking of the appearance of prejudice.There are a lot of black people who aren’t afraid to show their patriotism and support of our president — let’s get them more visibly involved.

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    • starfcker says:

      Let them get involved if they want. Trump has invited everybody. Let’s not play the uni-party optics game of ‘we are the world’. We’re America. Michael Savage said it best “Border, language and culture”. No mention of race.

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      • adjudicator1776 says:

        President Trump had a great initial meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus. However, the Caucus unfortunately backed out of a second meeting due to leftist political pressure. President Trump wants all Americans to succeed, regardless of race, religion, and ethnicity. However, he’s not going to put up with those who hate us, who want to kill us, and who hate our culture and traditions. We Americans are tolerant, but we also will fight to the death to preserve our hard fought for freedom and liberty!

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      Dems Black were invited, but decided not to show up. Their loss.
      They have been oppressed and depressed for so long, they don’t know how to be happy or to forgive and move on. Sad.

      But we have wonderful Trump Blacks, full of love of God and country. Trump Party is color blind.
      All is good.

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      • Tegan says:

        All you have to do is look at the faces of Maxine, Al, Sheila, etc….they are NEVER happy nor grateful. They pout and scowl and act as though they are personally oppressed, as they serve in Congress and enjoy all the perks, including becoming extremely wealthy in back door deals. They could care less about those whom they are supposed to represent. The black unemployment figures are the lowest in 17 years…don’t hold your breath for ONE of them to acknowledge that or celebrate the news.

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        • kenmar1965 says:

          The people you mention remind of the people in the old Twilight Zone episode who put on scary, contorted masks… and when the take the masks off, their faces are equally contorted…. a reflection of the hate and bitterness they have inside themselves.

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          • ladypenquin says:

            The facial expressions worn on the outside, often reflect what the person has on the inside.
            Much of what I’ve seen of the Lefties, along with Michelle and Barack Obama reminded me of the classic story we read in high school. “The Picture of Dorian Gray.”

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    • rjcylon says:

      That’s what you took from the video?

      I have had it with identity politics. Enough.

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      • AM says:

        Yep. And that focus is exactly why conservatives have lost for so long. Too many of us are measuring ourselves with liberal yardsticks.

        As far as I can tell noone has made more of effort to be color and gender-blind than Trump. The Dem black caucus are fools.

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        • unconqueredone says:

          “The Dem black caucus are fools.”
          No, they are desperately hoping their core constituency doesn’t dispense with identity politics and just see themselves as Americans first. A color blind America renders their caucus meaningless.


      • RunnerMom in Idaho says:

        And here I was watching this video and REALLY enjoying it and didn’t get any racial aspects from it at all because all I saw were happy people. I almost felt like, with the music, we were a part of some throw-back time, with apple pie, lawn games and people just happy to be at the White House.

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    • AM says:

      “Republicans need to make an effort to not appear to be racist by promoting videos that have only white people in them.”

      We need to stop worrying about being less racist than thou. The Democrats/liberals do not care at all about such efforts. We could have an all black Republican caucus (and we certainly have GOP blacks) and the Dems would still us accuse of racism and it would stick. No amount of positive optics on the matter and it will never.

      There is nothing wrong at all with having a bunch of white people show up and enjoy themselves. Racial diversity is not a goal in and of itself, nor it will artificial attempts to produce it help us in anyway.

      I attended two Trump rallies and yes, it was mostly white people. But there were some blacks, Chinese, and we had several black speakers, who were as popular or more than some of the white speakers. It is okay. It’s what is. We can only encourage people to join us. We need accept the results of those efforts rather than play by the rules of the liberals, which had been a losing proposition for decades.

      I’m not tired of winning yet, so let’s keep by our rules.

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      • rjcylon says:

        Yes. It’s 2017, we live in the land of the free and it is time to REJECT identity politics, and to REFUSE to go down these rabbit holes of race and gender and xyz. I’ve had it! I don’t care what side is talking about it… that is not what this country is about. We are all Americans… period. Other people might be preoccupied with skin color or sexuality or gender but I have seriously had it. This wonderful country provides equal access to the American Dream for all people, and it’s time to stop listening to this identity politics hogwash!

        Glad to get that off my chest.

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    • K2P2 Ribbing says:

      Oh PLEASE!!! All of Congress was invited, and some chose not to show up (the Black Caucus, for example). So do you think they should have gone out and gathered up some other people to PRETEND like they were there just so you’d have a mix of races? PATHETIC!!!

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    • sunnydaysall says:

      I saw black people in the video! But if the Black Caucus chooses not to go, well that is their loss! We have to learn not to coddle them because of their liberal political mindset, and this racist agenda by liberals is strictly political! The word racist is used and abused and means nothing anymore…

      Our relationship with blacks has less to do with skin color and everything to do with culture! We need to quit making this about skin color and call it what it truly is… A clash of cultures! Our country is facing a culture war, not a race war!

      Worrying about a mix of skin color in a gathering is the main reason our country is in this mess today… and we are concerned about an all-white picnic? So what if it was (it wasn’t)? And when is enough, enough?

      They were all invited… End of story…

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      • AM says:

        “Our country is facing a culture war, not a race war!”

        But if we are painfully honest with ourselves, culture (the aggregate preferences of a group) and genetics (the origins of a related group) are interrelated in way that’s not okay to discuss anymore. Race/ethnicity is much more than skin deep, as even a casual reading of which genetic maladies affect which groups reveals.

        But you can’t even float that as a proposition publicly. It’s taboo completely, which is why the alt-right even exists. It’s why Trump got accused of “bigot” for the noting the obvious that a Mexican judge ruling on his case might be biased towards ideas that would help Mexicans, after a ruling against him with no legal basis. It’s very strong taboo.

        And I know I’m pushing that taboo by even typing up these thoughts. I’ve had people block me for even milder thoughts than these on Twitter.

        “They were all invited… End of story…”

        This is the end of the story. Regardless of any theories, whether yours or mine, every effort was made to include everyone. That’s all anyone can do.

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        • sunnydaysall says:

          I say keep pushing the truth, AM, because it is all truth! No PC in my house! I am willing to listen to it all and when it is my turn to talk, I expect the same respect!

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        • Sherlock says:

          I remember once abut ten years ago or so when Pat Buchanan was just roasted by left and the supposed right alike for making this (to me) totally non-controversial and unassailably true statement: “If we had to take a million immigrants next year and settle them in Virginia, it would be easier to assimilate Englishmen than Zulus.” “Eeeeeek!” went the press, joined by the dems and GOPe. But wasn’t Pat obviously right? The truth is the truth, whether people want to hear it or not.

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        • Christopher Johnson says:

          Oh, Bull Hockey!

          If race played a factor at all in culture, why did the West so readily adopt a religion first spread by the Semitic disciples of a carpenter from Nazareth?

          A couple I know in my parish adopted two wonderful black children from Africa as infants. They behave just like their white brothers and sisters and get good grades just like they do.

          Or how about going back and looking at how strong the families and work ethic of American blacks before the New Deal welfare state was foisted on them? Sixty years isn’t enough time for genetics to do jack squat.

          The war is with a culture that tries to tell those black kids that because of the color of their skin they shouldn’t even try to be better and should just line up for government hand outs. Those who avoid listening to such dreck perform right on par with white Americans with some failing and some excelling far beyond what the socialists tell them should be possible (ex. Clarence Thomas).

          The Alt-Right exists because it feels good to get some payback by turning the Left’s own tactics against them. But those tactics only destroy; they aren’t going to do a bloody thing to actually rebuild all that the left has already torn down. It serves a purpose right now because we need to tear down the institutional left, but its its a dangerous beast that risks becoming the very thing it professes to hate and will certainly do so if allowed to run unchecked.

          What this country needs far more than the Alt-Right are builders who bring people together. You might need to demo the old condemned construct if its past the point of renovation, but if all you have are demolitions guys and no builders its just going to be an empty lot, not a shining city on a hill.

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          • rjcylon says:

            Good point about the alt-right. I’m not even sure what that term means anymore, and I don’t want to get too much into it. Whatever patriotic, color-blind Americans who are tired of the left’s BS are called, that’s what we need now, because not fighting back hasn’t worked. But we also can’t be in a perpetual state of conflict, because that’s exactly what the progressives want, Americans at each other’s throats. If the dust ever settles, what remains?

            Fortunately I think the answer lies in the foundations of our country, the Constitution, the goodness of the American Character. THIS is what remains when we remove the anti-American progressive “values” from dominance. The country will restore itself naturally, it was designed to do just that.


            • AM says:

              “But we also can’t be in a perpetual state of conflict, because that’s exactly what the progressives want, Americans at each other’s throats. If the dust ever settles, what remains?”

              Agreed. It may go too far. I’m willing to stake out that it will go too far.

              But ignoring it doesn’t work. We’ve PC’d ourselves into the twilights of fascism and it may already be too late for Canada.


          • AM says:

            “If race played a factor at all in culture, why did the West so readily adopt a religion first spread by the Semitic disciples of a carpenter from Nazareth?”

            Good question. Why didn’t Christianity go south first, rather than north? Maybe different races. The truth is the truth no matter how painful.

            “The Alt-Right exists because it feels good to get some payback by turning the Left’s own tactics against them. ”

            The alt-right exists because people are a)tired of losing and b)tired of the racial taboo. I can discuss what is expressed in group and reserve judgement of individuals to God.

            “What this country needs far more than the Alt-Right are builders who bring people together. ”

            And how has been ignoring race leaving the discussion 100% to the left going?


      • 2x4x8 says:

        hum, was there a security and background check done?


    • wyntre says:

      Oh, come on!!!!!!

      They were ALL invited (CBC) and refused to show up just to stick it to the man!


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    • NvMtnOldman says:

      I don’t remember such comments during the obozo years of only rap music and rappers all the time. The CBC is the epitome of racism and yet they play the racist card all the time. Blacks need to get off their soap box and join in the MAGA

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    • lfhbrave says:

      I know it’s a bit off subject but just want to say that history will write down the fact that the 2016 election was mostly the middle-class White Americans, not blacks, not Hispanics or Asians, who, against all odds, rose up to save the Republic, and perhaps the west civilization, which is their own civilization, culture and tradition but has benefited tremendously the humankind through millennia. That is the fact and we should not be shy about it.

      BTW, I am not white and I know I’m not pc by saying this obvious fact.

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    • Piper says:

      WE shouldn’t have to “get them involved”, if they love America they should be there and be proud to be American.
      I think it’s really sad that the beautiful post Sundance made had to be marred by someone who only has an eye out for what divides us.


      • Sherlock says:

        The sad fact is that the black caucus, by and large, do not see themselves as Americans first, but rather a racial power bloc. That was their choice, not anyone else’s.

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    • Msher says:

      I’ll support your point. The picnic was wonderful, but MSM will never say Black Caucus chose not to come . If they use the feed, they will imply (or outright lie) that only white members of Congress were invited. Many low information voters will believe that. Certainly every kid on a college campus will be told that and believe it. This does look like America in the 50’s – when segregation was still in effect. So you’re right about the optics, as wonderful as the event was. I also wonder why Trump is making nice with GOP leadership. They let American public – and foreign leaders – for months think Trump was under investigation, when he wasn’t. That’s unforgiveable, and sedtious and imho, treasonous.

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      • LCSmom says:

        He is making nice with them because he is a bigger person and he is a leader. He understands his role well and is the gracious host he should be in spite of their treatment of him.


      • LCSmom says:

        And he continues to give them a chance to get on board with his agenda. The positive interactions they have with him will bring many of them around eventually. I love that he continues the charm offensive no matter what they do.

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    • scott467 says:

      Ann wrote: “However, I know that I am not a racist any more than Trump is, and Republicans need to make an effort to not appear to be racist by promoting videos that have only white people in them.”


      Respectfully, I disagree, and I would like to present another viewpoint.

      No person should or needs to make some special effort to not ‘appear’ to be racist. Especially white people, who are the target of most of the actual racism today — to the point of regular and frequent unprovoked violence.

      I reject the assumption that I am guilty until proven innocent, and the concept that I need to prove myself innocent to any unknowable subjective standard held by someone else.

      It’s an impossible task which, if tried, would invariably leave you looking expectantly for a member of a ‘protected class’ to say ‘jump’ so you might win their approval by saying ‘how high’?

      I’m fairly certain that’s not how you meant it, but that’s where it leads.


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    • doit4atlas says:

      Once you go down that road, they have won.


    • F D says:

      Truth is stronger than optics.


  4. JAS says:

    The best of the best of the world. The happiness of those kids. This is AMERICA!

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    • wyntre says:

      I LOVE the choice of Big Band `music. It invokes feelings of happiness, security, hope, victory, all the things America embodied after WW 11.

      Perfect soundtrack for the clip.

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      • MIKE says:

        Me too, Wyntre. Bring back some Tommy Dorsey and Glen Miller, some Satchmo and Nat King Cole for audio accompaniment at events like these. Yes yes


        • Sherlock says:

          Yep, the older I get the more I appreciate things I was absolutely unaware of, or scornful of, in my youth. For example, I’m now thoroughly enjoying John Buchan’s great old spy novels, something I had no idea even existed until fairly recently. (He wrote, among dozens, “The 39 Steps.” I highly recommend them, especially the ones featuring character Richard Hannay.


  5. Thank you Sundance, just beautiful!! Land of the Free home of the Brave🇺🇸💖💕🇺🇸 We are blessed beyond measure in so many ways. I have such a grateful, patriotic heart, sometimes it feels like it will just burst with joy, break with sadness, but always press closer into the Father in good times and bad. America 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸💖💕💖🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 Oh say can you see, by the dawn’s early light…..

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  6. woohoowee says:

    …the perpetually miserable outlook of modern progressives… (sundance)

    Juxtaposition with non-nutjob outlook:

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  7. G3 says:

    Love this message of “The Picnic”
    As the administration develops so will the messages- organically. It doesn’t have to be forced. Kindness is contagious. 🇺🇸

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  8. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    Do you remember having fun as a kid? I do.
    I feel sorry for kids today. Too much planned for them, too much protection, too much drama.
    Maybe, like Narnia, we are experiencing the thaw from the curse of Always winter, but never Christmas.

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    • hugofitch1 says:

      This article speaks about the tight rein on children’s lives today. As it is ten years old, I imagine things have only gotten worse since it was written, particularly in light of England’s exponential Islamicization over the past decade.


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      • WSB says:

        I just drove down my Main Street an hour ago and saw a Happy Ramadan banner straddling the street. This is getting put of control.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Sara c says:

        When I was a kid in the 50’s we lived in either Virginia, Georgia or Alabama. My sister and I would pack peanut butter sandwiches and head off to the “woods” to explore and pick blackberries. Our parents never worried even though we were gone for hours. It was a magical time that I so wish children today can experience. There was no crime or fear of the unknown. How sad that today such ability to experience what we did does not exist for the most part.

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        • So beautiful and yes so very sad. Thank you for shaing your memories 🇺🇸💖💕🇺🇸


        • Bakokitty says:

          I too remember roaming free around town, we had to be home dinner, we had so much fun, climbing tree, playing in the shallow stream nearby, later when I moved to Calif. I got bike and my friends and would ride to the park, lunches packed and spend the whole day there swimming, playing Carems, and getting home in time for dinner.
          Even my own kids in the 70’s had the run of our neighborhood, with occasional check-ins.
          Sadly and wisely my grandaughters will never know that freedom.
          We have as a society allowed the perverse, the evil to steal our children’s innocent childhood.

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        • G. Combs says:

          Sara C, I did the same but my companion was a big black Lab.

          On a happy note I took my small Haflinger to a neighbor’s birthday party today to give the kids rides. Lots of smiling faces. (It is nice to live in farm country again.)

          This looks a lot like my boy, Magic.

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        • Grandma Covfefe says:

          Same with us. Our house was unlocked during the day. My brother (or my friend) and I used to ride our bikes all over the neighborhood, go to our large shopping mall, explore Woolworth, sniffed perfume in Broadway Dept, run down to JC Penney basement and check out their bargains, walked 2 miles to the local library, ride down to the river bed and crawl thru what we called the “Bamboo Jungle”, massive “jungle” of large thickened bamboos, growing along the river bed–all this without our parents. I agree, Sara c, it was a magical time.

          Watts riots, 20 miles away, made us more guarded, but we were far enough removed from these hotspots and living in a nice patriotic community.
          Our kids weren’t able to have that carefree experience. Sad!


    • piper567 says:

      i’m just sayin’…your picture of Narnia is a good one, thanks.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Corticram says:

      Today I was at the park with my grandchildren. As they were climbing a tree, a woman passing commented how nice it was to see children doing this instead of sitting in front of a computer screen. I think many people are sad for what children have lost.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Piper says:

      I work with children daily and the saddest thing to see is the absolute lack of imagination!!!
      Children have no idea how to “pretend” anymore. Some of my favorite childhood memories are of my sister and I saying “let’s pretend that…”

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      • G. Combs says:

        The fun you could have with a big box or just being outside climbing trees, building dams in the creek, floating ‘boats’ of kindling. Dad even made a 2 foot long sail boat with a mast all painted up and shiny and Mom and I made the sails.


        • Grandma Covfefe says:

          Piper and G, Combs–I agree. I babysat for years and was the GS leader. Kids are unmotivated, uncreative, and have no hobbies. Kids lack hobbies–this is what they need–away from computers and cell phones. We grew up having many hobbies, playing games, and riding our homemade skateboards ( took apart our strapped on skates and screw them on a piece of rectangular board) as well as biking. Paper boats in the gutter in front of our house.

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  9. QuestGirl says:

    You know, we could say President Trump for the next 30 years or better. Just sayin’ MAGA x5!!! Keep the true narcissists OUT of the Oval Office!!! 

    “It is an interesting and inspiring dynamic to watch the light overwhelming the darkness.” SUNDANCE

    “All the darkness in the world can not snuff out the light of a single candle flame.” Best Fortune Cookie Ever

    Thank you Sundance, for all you do to keep us Treeppers exceedingly well informed. My gratitude runs deep.

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  10. Phil aka Felipe says:

    This picnic was as American as that delicious looking Apple Pie in the video at about the :43 mark!

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  11. Brant says:

    I have always thought the actions to render community assistance groups like civitan, Kiwanis, church based civic groups, etc obsolete and not needed was all planned in an effort to centralize and control. The very last thing the Fabians wanted was a true community minded spirit. “It takes a village”? Yeah right. A villiage controlled out of DC.

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    • Oldschool says:

      I am working very hard to get my parish away from their global “go fund me ” mindset and back to the charity begins at home, taking care of our house first practices. I am pleasantly surprised by the like minded pairshoners who secretly hold those same values and are now supporting those efforts. There have been changes. There is hope!

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      • G. Combs says:

        It takes a leader to get the Sheeple moving in a different direction. Most people are just not leaders. That is why President Trump is such a threat to the Globalists. Otherwise they would let him have his 4 years or 8 years and then revert back to the old path. However President Trump is awakening others to lead.

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    • Tegan says:

      I have a group of Japanese friends in Japan whom I visit on a regular basis and communicate frequently about everyday life. I have also lived and worked in South America. One of the major differences is the sense of community in the USA versus the total lack of it in other countries. I see very few “service” clubs, almost no charity funding even in times of disaster within their own countries, very little “volunteering” or parents being involved in youth programs/activities (if, indeed there are any.) IMHO, it makes a huge difference in our character and moral fiber.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Brant it was very deliberate.
      Read History, HACCP and the Food Safety Con Job By Nicole Johnson (5 of the 10 pages are references)

      Nicole documents the DELIBERATE destruction of the US farming communities that was the basis for our American communities.

      […]With World War II, America saw its agricultural system intentionally subjected to political policies that radically transformed it.[…]

      This transformation was the result of organized plans developed by a group of highly powerful — though unelected — financial and industrial executives who wanted to drastically change agricultural practices in the US to better serve their collective corporate financial agenda. This group, called the Committee for Economic Development, was officially established in 1942 as a sister organization to the Council on Foreign Relations. CED has influenced US domestic policies in much the same way that the CFR has influenced the nation’s foreign policies[…]

      The human cost of CED’s plans were exacting and enormous.

      CED’s plans resulted in widespread social upheaval throughout rural America, ripping apart the fabric of its society destroying its local economies. They also resulted in a massive migration to larger cities. The loss of a farm also means the loss of identity, and many farmers’ lives ended in suicide[…]

      The CED is still hard at work destroying the last of America’s small farmers. Here in North Carolina they are suggesting that the tax structure allowing lower taxes for farmland ‘robs’ the government of millions in taxes.

      SEE: Property Tax Breaks for Farms in NC: A Development Tool in Need of Reform?

      $200 million. That’s the estimated property tax revenue North Carolina’s 100 counties defer each year under the state’s present-use value (“PUV”) property tax exclusion program for farms and other favored properties. And by “defer,” I really mean “lose,” because most of those deferred PUV taxes will never be collected.[…]

      (My comment seems to have been removed funny that…)

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      • Brant says:

        G. Combs. Very interesting. Hopefully, my 12 acres in South Georgia is small enough to be under radar, but big enough for my needs. 2 ponds, 2 wells (one with 1940s era windmill), 4-5 acres for some goats, about 1 acre total of blackberry brambles, 25-30 blueberry bushes, pecan trees, muscadine vines, a good acre ready to plant. I haven’t gotten all ready to try my own as I’m working on the 100 year old house, but really just nips and tucks and ready to go. Goat fencing is 70% ok, just some tightening and straightening. I am having so much fun. Didn’t know a place like this had survived the developers.


        • G. Combs says:

          Have lots of fun with your 12 acres. Remember clean wood ashes + aged goat manure will really really make your garden grow. Newspapers are said to be a good mulch if you add 3″ of chopped leaves or what ever on top to hold them down. With soya ink they are safe to till under as organic for next year.


  12. All American Snowflake says:

    What Sundance said. Hear. Hear.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Aintree77 says:

    Society needs more positive articles like this one.
    Words like “joy, fellowship, commonality, common and genuine decency, authenticity; self-discipline and a pride in success” have been buried under a steady avalanche of spiteful, divisive, political hate and venom that only scattered pockets of humanity have been able to resist.

    I remember my parents often using words like common decency and self reliance. But they also spoke about kindness, good manners, respectful and acceptable codes of conduct toward others and the importance of working towards a favorable occupational niche that will sustain me as an self reliant adult.

    When I was old enough to work full time, I soon learned exactly what a “favorable job niche” was and wasn’t. But thanks to the work ethic they passed on to me, I eventually found it so I could do my part for my family and for the patients I was employed to serve.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Jlwary says:

      My 8 year old girl has been sassy the last few days… got her Xbox taken away and atwo part lecture on respect, choices, and consequences for her trouble. Parents don’t discipline. They just hand them gadgets imo.

      What did we do instead of the Xbox? Read some history re: George Washington and the Revolutionary War. She was really interested… made me proud 🇺🇸


  14. Oldschool says:

    Excellent Sundance. Thank you.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. wyntre says:


    I LOVE the choice of Big Band music. It invokes feelings of happiness, security, hope, victory, all the things America embodied after WW 11.

    Perfect soundtrack for the clip.

    Liked by 8 people

  16. TrustyHaste says:

    Wow, I will probably watch that many times (twice just now)! I so want this country back. I love seeing and feeling this sort of thing. Aspirational, fun, working hard/playing hard, making an effort, getting dressed up, trying, trying to look good.

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  17. joanfoster says:

    Imagine this event being hosted by the Obamas. There would have been thug rappers there, entertainment unfit for decent people let alone young ears, Michelle would have served bean sprouts from her garden, the Obama girls would have had their pout on and Mama Robinson would have had on her traditional scowl. Thank God, this is a new day.

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  18. kyasgrandma says:

    When I was a girl, we had an all day Labor Day Picnic. A parade with horses and bands and queens in convertibles, and flags – and streets lined with people who applauded and appreciated everyone in the parade.
    Lots of food and carnival rides – and later, a dance with a real, live band.

    It was so fun. And so safe. And so innocent.

    We went to a street dance this weekend.
    The street was blocked with heavy equipment. Small children had opportunities to dance.
    Adults clogged and square danced.
    Older adults sat in their lawn chairs and watched.

    So did I. But mainly I scanned the folks watching.

    Just in case.

    I was “situationally aware” the entire time.

    And I am certain there were many others in the community who were doing the same and were prepared to act if necessary.

    The contrast between my childhood and that of those children who danced this weekend…oh the contrast!

    We were innocent and this weekend – so were those children.

    But now – as a senior citizen – I know that innocence can be stolen in an instance.

    That knowledge can make me angry and sometimes it does. But now – this weekend – I thought about our leader – our President Trump.

    I’m not angry.

    I am emboldened. Thank you President Trump. I don’t know how or why, but I believe you are one of us.

    I think your amazing wife may have helped you understand who we are. Thank you, Melania.

    And having done all, I know that I will stand for what we know to be truth, honor and the United States of America way.

    I will stand and so will many, many others.

    We’re just plain folks. But we “know in Whom we have believed and we are persuaded that He is able to keep that which we have committed unto Him against that day.”

    President Trump – you set an earthly example for us of honor and confidence and wisdom. But, Christ gives us the assurance of eternal hope.

    A Hope that I pray gives you an additional measure of courage and confidence, too, President and Mrs. Trump. May God bless you and yours in all the days to come.

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  19. distracted2 says:

    And “they” say he doesn’t have an ideology. This is a man who wears his patriotism on sleeve. Proudly.

    And I couldn’t be more proud he’s our president!

    Liked by 9 people

    • …and there is NO better master of branding!

      MAGA to all things good, innocent, decent, praiseworthy, once again, Mr. President!!!!!! Godspeed in bringing back that post war time of community, fellowship, hard work, innocent fun and pride in the American Way.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Amen Amen Amen & Amen all the way back to Amen!!!!!

        Liked by 1 person

  20. A2 says:

    Had to post this:

    Liked by 5 people

    • A2 says:

      Forgot to add:
      Making Romance Great Again.

      Liked by 1 person

    • ruralnc says:

      Writing my response to you, A2, two days late, but…THANK YOU! I loved “Picnic” so much that I wrote one of my senior thesis papers, for my BA in English, on William Inge. You’ve made me very happy today to see Kim and William again. I agree with what you said afterward, ‘Make Romance Great Again.”


  21. average Joe says:

    Light overwhelming the darkness. That says it all .Thankyou Sundance.

    Liked by 6 people

  22. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    I love the video and pics of the picnic. It is nice to see our POTUS relaxing and enjoying himself. He works so hard. And I love the pic of Ivanka swinging her little girl. They were having a lot of fun. Thank you, Sundance. I wish the video were a little longer.

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  23. Mike diamond says:

    Right on Sundance ! I also feel much better. With president trumps election ! We have 8 long years of Obama kissing all the dudes in the middle east except our good friend Israe! It was 8 long years of darkness and thick fog! Thank God president trump won!

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  24. A.D. Everard says:

    A beautiful, BEAUTIFUL article. What’s happening is exactly what America – and the world – needs. A return to honor, respect, inner values. A return to decency and patriotism. A return to love and joy and true freedom. God bless you all.

    Liked by 7 people

  25. Tegan says:

    Interesting the Barry is out of the country so much these days…it’s as though he really doesn’t like being in the United States!

    Liked by 3 people

  26. Piper says:

    Beautiful point Sundance!

    It is an awesome feeling to have pride in America again!
    It is sooo awesome to have a President that I WANT to pray for every single day, it keeps me engaged in what’s happening in a place that I have feared and dreaded for the last 8 years.
    The swamp is smelling slightly less swampy everyday that our beloved President works there!

    Liked by 3 people

  27. MIKE says:

    How I longed to be at that picnic. Y’all have no idea.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      All us Treepers do know! We wish we were there too. The Old Time Picnic with our Patriotic President. I’m just thankful that President Trump won the election!


  28. Katie says:

    Lemonade stands. I LOVE it!

    How many children start to learn the basics of capitalism running their own lemonade stands?

    Do you remember how the obama regime shut down kids having lemonade stands because they didn’t have business licenses or permits to serve food?

    President and Melania Trump didn’t have just one stand…they had two I saw on the video. How many children who were there are going to want to have their own lemonade stand now?

    Making Capitalism Great Again.

    Liked by 5 people

  29. Donna in Oregon says:

    In the picnic clip, who did the music? Jackie Gleason? Really like it, would love to know.


  30. jeans2nd says:

    “The examples surface like barely visible sprouts from well-placed seeds.
    We would be well advised to care tenderly for these sprouts, cherish and protect them.”

    a torrent of seeding is required

    Liked by 2 people

  31. Patriot1783 says:

    As I watched the video and heard the music it immediately brought me to this era, total
    throwback of what life once was and our future can be again.


  32. Brant says:

    Trump has his parallel health care and banking approaches. He has demonstrated/is demonstrating how to do it. We need to individually run a parallel approach to our communities and join with others when we can. We act parallel to the entrenched and impersonal gov’t run system.

    In my own community, I hold doors open for all, but make a special point even to wait a bit longer when there is an ethnic difference. (sorry for the PC lingo). (OK, I admit, I say to myself it’s “PR”). But I’m sure they hear and see enough negative, that a bit of positive is huge. A neighbor about 1/2 mile away would walk/skateboard 2 miles to the local skate park. I will always pick him up when I see him. A couple months ago on super hot day, he was meeting a couple ethnically diverse friends half way there. I told them to get on in and I would take them. And I gave them water when they got out. I wouldn’t want wife to do it of course.

    A few weeks ago (summer vacation), I saw a grandmother and 2 grandsons setting up a sort of clothing yard sale in a vacant lot. Super hot south georgia day. Either she raising them or she had them while daughter at work. They were really making an effort to make some money. I gave her $5 right there. Then being such a hot day, I went to the store and got water and snacks and brought back.

    She was raising them right and had them say thank you, etc. I looked them right in their eye/focus on them shook their hands probably 10 years old at most. And I said what I always say, “thank you very much, sir”. Part of my thinking is, when have they maybe ever heard that word directed right at them and they are the recipients. I particularly make it a bit more obvious if I’m talking to boys. They hear enough negative.

    I am a teacher and every time I talk to the students, it’s thank you sir/ma’am or yes sir/ma’am. We “expect” them to respect us, we need to respect them. And if I don’t hear respect back, I don’t say, “now what do you say?” Forced respect is worse than no respect. Breeds resentment.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Last night I saw a truck and horse trailer broken down by the side of a busy road. My girl friend and I were also hauling a horse trailer (1/2 empty) It was over 90F out and headed towards dark so I stopped. The owner was a black guy. His friend and he had been trail riding. We gave him a ride to the nearest town so he could buy the parts to fix his truck and then dove him back. We had a grand old time swapping tales of horses, exchanging cards and such. We moved to the side of a dead end street and must have spent another hour chatting about horses. We even had three other car loads of people stop get out and look at our animals and chat.

      I really could kick Obama for the divisions he deliberately created.

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      • G. Combs says:

        I should add that I am female and I used to stop and help all the time but it has just gotten too dangerous. However seeing that poor horse with his head hanging out the side window was too much and over came my caution. (Besides his rig was worth a heck of a lot more than mine. 😁)

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  33. mauiis says:

    This is what it can be, across the nation.

    But this, this wonderful video, is not what it will be unless education reform, brutal reform similar to the experience of the Air Traffic Controller’s union under Ronald Reagan.

    The NEA and its associated teacher’s unions must be overhauled or broken up. The left still owns the spaces where young minds are shaped. An ‘Obama’ would not have been possible, nor another Clinton (as a serious candidate) absent the vast numbers of post-American mutants squeezed through the bowels of public education, for decades.

    I care less about pursuing the criminals who ran rampant for eight-years, enabled and encouraged by the Gangster on the Golf Course than I do about hard targeting of our public education, including any college or university receiving fed funds. (Not that I wouldn’t die a happy man to see his entire administration perp walked with Hillary in the lead.)

    We’d be better off leaving education entirely to parents than continuing to support the incubators for anarchy we blindly think of as “public schools.”


  34. FreeLayerOK says:

    Thanks SD! The return to American patriotism, love of country, and its history is beautiful. I remember SD shared a video before Secretary Tillerson was confirmed. As Exxon CEO, he was speaking to a group of Boy Scouts and said all he ever knew about leadership was learned in the Boy Scouts and the Scout Law.

    “A Scout is: Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent.”

    I see those values everyday in the Treehouse. We are in very good hands, folks. We are blessed. Keep up the fight for all that’s good in life!

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  35. distracted2 says:

    Just watched the video – I didn’t have time earlier – and it made me homesick. That’s the America I grew up in – the one I cherish with every breath I take, the one I want for my children and my future grandchildren, the one that only President Trump will restore. God Bless America!

    And, oh, how those precious babies in the video melt my heart.

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  36. NJF says:

    Oh my goodness how cool is this???

    I’ll try and stay awake to post in the new open thread too!

    Liked by 1 person

  37. starfcker says:



  38. starfcker says:



  39. dana426 says:

    If Destruction Be Our Lot – Suicide of the West: An Essay on the Meaning and Destiny of Liberalism (50yrs ago National Review founding editor James Burnham wrote this) http://www.claremont.org/crb/basicpage/if-destruction-be-our-lot/#.WVBH-wrcG0Z.twitter


  40. R-C says:

    “Trying to control others does nothing in the way of making oneself happy.” –Sundance
    – – – – – – –

    These are truly words to live by.


  41. free73735 says:

    I want to contribute something useful tonight, so, hopefully this will be for many……. I am sure many are aware of Reiman Publishing, (which has been bought by Readers Digest a few years ago)….. I have subscribed, for years, to their many different magazines, particularly Reminisce, Country, Country Xtra & Taste of Home. I mention these, especially Reminisce, because they help keep our country’s history alive. The stories are written by the people themselves. Also, gives valid Information, knowledge & understanding to younger adults & kids…..Could get them free through the library if anyone wanted to check them out.

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  42. ScoutBird says:

    While FDR’s Treasury department’s resident Communist Harry White was a great ally of Keynes, the 1960 campaign in great part was about full implementation of Fabian Socialist John Maynard Keynes’ economic theory in the United States. Basically, an incrementalist approach to the Socialist takeover of America.

    As great a Reagan was, he allowed enemies of Free Markets such as Bush 41, a globalist, and a number of his allies places in his Administration, which muted his economic message somewhat. Trump appears aware of this and has a true conservative number 2 in Pence and a more conservative cabinet.

    The greater problem facing Trump than Reagan is the DC Swamp is much deeper and anti-American corruption now infests the Federal bureaucracy everywhere you look. And, they’ve formed a hellish alliance with the American Media and Educational System.

    Whether the decline of America can be reversed is still very much in doubt, but at least there is a fighter at the helm today. And we can expect the McCain’s, Gramnesty’s and rest of the GOPe to fight him every step of the way to preserve their corrupt power, perks, and donor dollars.


  43. 5haircut says:

    I have just been reading all of your comments on how close America came to being lost. There is no doubt in my mind that Donald Trump will be greatest president this country has known in recent times – maybe ever! In fact without him there would be no America the Beautiful left. All was lost! All the other 16 candidates were owned by the Bankers. (A fake Muslim president who was not even a citizen who hates America’s,guts) – forced on us by the traitorous Fake Media and world wide Fake actors to play the parts – a fake first lady President who was a well known Criminal who supported the killing of our policemen and the over- running of our country with brutal killers who want to cut off your head – Folks it was all over! If (The Donald) had not been there for us – America would have been lost forever! Doesn’t that shake you to the very core of your existence? The question is – with President Trump and the second amendment still intact – what will we – the American people do with this nasty bunch of bastards? You know! I’m sure glad we have the great problem solver on our side because I have 100% Faith in him, and since he is way smarter than me, I am just gonna sit back and watch them all freak out!!!! LOL – MAGA


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