October 12th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #266

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996 Responses to October 12th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #266

  1. Dora says:

    A basketball court? OANN is usually reliable, but this sounds like a joke.

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    Former Pres. Obama’s Presidential Library Won’t House Records

    “Instead, the facility will be a play-land of sorts complete with a basketball court, recording studio, and a garden for children”.

    http://www.oann.com/former-pres-obamas-presidential-library-wont-house-records/

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  2. Publius2016 says:

    Today is EO day! Hope it happens at 9AM so everyone will know President Trump is working to dismantle the O years…at noon lunch with the victims of Iranian regime and 3PM decertification of Iran Deal…DACA will be the only left (and the destruction) of Obama. In exchange for those who signed up, HAVE NO CRIMINAL RECORD AND CAN SUPPORT THEMSELVES, WE GET THE WALL, RAISE ACT AND THE END OF CHAIN MIGRATION; Obama legacy ended in year 1!

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    • Suncc49 says:

      Lol congress won’t get DACA passed…. but we will get a beautiful wall

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      • I do hope you are right about DACA Suncc49.

        A poster on a different blog said ” What illegals can not get us to hand over for free they will steal”.

        I believe he is right.

        We have watched them go from hiding out to testifying in front of Congress with interpreters.

        Demanding that we give them and their children the moon, the sun and the stars.

        They all must go back, every single one.

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        • I agree. They must go back and get at the back of the line to apply to re-enter legally. Them
          not knowing the language is not a problem, it didn’t keep them from coming here.

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          • I agree blessed.

            They must get in the line, at the back.

            Just because they are here now does not mean anything except they can cheat.

            I believe that should be a black mark against them, not something that gives them a leg up in the immigration process.

            Anyone here now with a DACA kid should send the message of trouble with a capital T.

            All they have ever done here in our country is lie, cheat and steal.

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    • Setsuko germanaro says:

      YAY !, Bravo President Trump. I’m forever greatfull.

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    • Angry Dumbo says:

      Big things all, but I love the EO most. So helpful and positive.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      It appears the attack on the EO will be Trump is a power mad man. Rush complain yezterday that it was wrong for the president to tell the players what to do. He called it a slippery slope.

      Beck picked it up and added the attack on NBC and licensing of the media yada yada.

      I think this points to the strategy they will try to rescue bocare

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      • Tegan says:

        Happened to hear on car radio today and he (Rush) clarified his comment about Trump…said that he was perfectly okay with putting pressure on the owners but didn’t want any President being in the position of firing people such as football players. A bit of a walk-back.

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      • trialbytruth says:

        More like jump back stop drop and cover . I heard it to .I treminded me of nixon

        I know you heard what you thought I said, but what I said isn’t what I meant.

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  3. Dora says:

    He’s hurt. How sad.

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    Harvey Weinstein said to be hurting over Obamas’ rebuke

    Harvey Weinstein is reportedly hurt by the condemnation he has received from former President Barack Obama and wife Michelle Obama over mounting accusations of sexual harassment and sexual assault against him.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/harvey-weinstein-said-to-be-hurting-over-obamas-rebuke/article/2637258

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  4. Nchadwick says:

    So Rose McGowan has been vocal in calling out those complicate in Weinstein and now she is banned on Twitter — huh?

    Liked by 6 people

    • Regina says:

      well well well – this girl is on a rampage – good on her

      Liked by 15 people

      • Regina says:

        I was reading comments on some of the posts – one said that it will come out that all of the Trump accusers were Paid by Weinstein to make those claims?!?

        I wouldn’t be a bit surprised (another example of lib projection), but I had never heard this before…would be so delicious

        Thread commenters outing the pedo gang, too – this one goes after Dan Schneider

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        • Nchadwick says:

          Disturbing Video regarding Dan Schneider and actress Amanda Bynes

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          • Lulu says:

            Amanda Bynes like Brittany Spears and Lindsay Lohan before her went crazy. These kids are abused and then pimped out as starlets. Often with their parents knowledge. This is what the FBI should be investigating and should have stopped years ago. Corey Feldman, Corey Haim, Todd Bridges, River Phoenix. And 50 years before them it was going on according to Judy Garland and Shirley Temple.

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            • napoleon32 says:

              I had such a crush on Amanda Bynes as a kid. It made me so sad to watch her practically descend into insanity. And I mean insanity from a more clinical standpoint. Her behavior 5-7 years ago was so clearly symptomatic of severe mental illness likely caused by emotional trauma. If these Schneider stories are indeed true, it explains a whole lot.

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            • Bull Durham says:

              The child Polanski ‘had’ was pimped around Hollywood by her mother. That’s why that case was so volatile. There are just as many of these in the music business. Young recording “stars” have been easy pickings for the power brokers. Been going on for over 40 years that I know of. But actually, these excesses go back to Fatty Arbuckle era.

              The entertainment industry is like an island society. Almost anything goes, and nearly everything does.

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            • Miss America says:

              Don’t forget Miley Cyrus.

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            • Regina says:

              Bynes talked about her father sexually abusing her

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            • Cuppa Covfefe says:

              Look at http://www.vigilantcitizen at their “entertainment” section. They also have articles about the VERY odd “dedications” in Europe (CERN and that tunnel in Switzerland), strange buildings, and the various halftime shows for the depraved NFL (e.g. Katy Perry as the woman “riding the beast”). Some of the “programming” spans generations.

              Some of the articles might be disturbing (e.g. Spirit Cooking), but they are well-researched, and show a bit of the depth and breadth of depravity that the elite are foisting upon our culture in their attempt to destroy it and our Christian roots.

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            • Just a guess but DOJ could include this in their human trafficking investigation.

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          • Regina says:

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          • TheLastDemocrat says:

            the scenes of the girls/young women sitting in his lap show inappropriate behavior – but not so far out there.

            the rest is a pile of dots and a vain attempt to connect them. i would not be surprised to hear of dan schneider sexual misbehavior, but this is pretty weak material for building an innuendo.

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      • oldschool64 says:

        Rose,

        You can throw around the name Soros all you want. But if you start invoking the name of the Dark Lord(Bezos) you’ve got big problems!

        My view: Soros is a weak, disgusting, stupid little baby compared to Jeff Bezos!

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    • Bendix says:

      People with connections can have inconvenient women banned from twitter.
      I posted about this just the other day, a woman who was exposing Lena Dunham for her phony support of women was banned for no reason except that Lena wanted her silenced.

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      • Regina says:

        calling for twitter boycott (hehe)
        •#WomenBoycottTwitter is an arranged boycott of the Twitter service on Oct. 13.
        •People are calling on users not to use the service for one day because actress Rose McGowan’s account was allegedly temporary limited for violating its policies.
        •McGowan has been tweeting in support of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual abuse victims and calling out other alleged Hollywood male sexual predators.

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  5. Dora says:

    I wonder who he could mean.

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    Pharmacist hints some Congress members have Alzheimer’s
    http://nypost.com/2017/10/11/pharmacist-hints-some-congress-members-have-alzheimers/

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  6. fleporeblog says:

    The EO our President is going to sign today will be incredible for the Forgotten Men and Women. I found the following article that does a great job of explaining the nuances of it.

    http://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/trump-executive-order-would-give-people-an-out-from-obamacare-dems-want-to-save-obamacare-by-closing-all-the-exits/

    From the article linked above:

    President Trump may have found an ingenious way to inject more choice and competition into the insurance market, and offer affordable coverage to millions, with the stroke of his pen. No wonder the left is freaking out.

    These plans let small businesses and individuals band together to buy large-group coverage, and like plans offered by multistate businesses, these association health plans would be exempt from state regulations, as well as from ObamaCare’s burdensome mandates. They could also be sold across state lines.

    Association health plans aren’t a new concept. They exist today, but their ability to expand is severely limited by state and federal regulations. In theory, lifting some of these regulations would allow greater access to low-cost alternatives to overpriced, over-regulated ObamaCare plans.

    The LEFT’s talking points:

    Giving people low-cost options would “destabilize” the ObamaCare insurance markets, they say, because younger and healthier people would be tempted to leave the exchanges for a cheaper association health plan. That would, in turn, leave the ObamaCare exchanges catering to older, sicker and more expensive consumers.

    Meanwhile, for those who aren’t eligible for ObamaCare subsidies — a group that represents about 43% of the individual market — the current situation is even more untenable. They face the full brunt of those massive premium increases, which is pricing many out of the market altogether.

    ObamaCare promised to increase competition and lower insurance costs — for everyone. For millions of Americans, it delivered the opposite.

    Trump may have an opportunity to fulfill ObamaCare’s promise by giving these people a way out of ObamaCare. He should take it.

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    • Deb says:

      That last paragraph is why he won. The media doesn’t realize that personal experience will always trump propoganda. Millions of people were burned by Obamacare for it not to be an issue, and listening to the Dems and the media lie about it for years and years woke them up. You can’t lie your way out of that.

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    • KittyKat says:

      It was Rand Paul’s idea.

      Liked by 4 people

    • thesavvyinvester says:

      Flep, remember when Glenn Beck was pleading with us to organize, because the left had out manned us in this realm because they had organized the organized? Oh my this out Alinsky’s them . We the consumer can go around all regulatory levitan and can form groups working in our own economic self interest and not the deep states top down model, that benefits them. This is very similar to the dual ladder system they are trying to implement to go around Dodd-Frank. Brillant! I’d love to see Seema-Verma take Dr Price’s old slot and turn on the nitrous and supercharger to accelerate changing this summ-bhitch called Obamacare!!!

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      • Hollywood Bungalow says:

        The other big benefit is that when one buys their insurance thru an association they get guaranteed issuance so this lessens the impact/discussion around pre-existing conditions.

        There are likely millions of people who belong to various associations. If this goes thru, members will start discussions within their own associations as to whether they should go out to the marketplace for group association insurance.

        And associations will look at health insurance as a great recruiting tool – “join us and you can get health insurance if you want.”

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      • fleporeblog says:

        You are absolutely correct! This is what SD shared with us about a work around that kills Obamacare and liberates 90 to 95% of Americans!

        I also agree about Verma! She was incredible for VP Pence in Indiana. She would be incredible in this role!

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        • Hollywood Bungalow says:

          Take the National Restaurant Association. They have 40,000 members according to their website. Thousands I’m sure work part-time and are potentially subject to Obamacare.

          Imagine this Association going out to the marketplace with 40,000 members, seeking a group policy. I suspect a lot of these members would gladly like to wave Bye Bye to Obamacare.

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          • fleporeblog says:

            Absolutely! Think about the small companies that keep their numbers below 50 so that they wouldn’t be responsible for offering Healthcare. They will have no hesitation now to go over 50 because they will be able to join another association.

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  7. Jim says:

    Wouldn’t you like to know what they are talking about?

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  8. MfM says:

    Paul Joseph Watson has a new 6 minute video up about how “Eminem is a Complete Idiot”

    It’s nice to know what was on Eminem’s rant (not rap) without having to listen to him. Now I’ve had a laugh over it instead.

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    • Anita says:

      Thanks for the ammo. 19 year old son is mostly on but sometimes off the Trump train. He showed me the Eminem video and I posted it here at the Treehouse. As I was watching the vid I’d say “Wrong”, “Wrong”, “Wrong”. His reply was we’ll never know know what’s really wrong or really right. That’s true to some degree. I’ve just sent this video to his phone. He works afternoons so he’ll see it soon enough. I’ll be waiting on his reply. 😉

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    • Eminem sold himself out again, he was in recovery but as with many afflicted he has been lured back into the game. This video was just a quick search, I remember reading about his a couple of years ago for what it’s worth.

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    • FL_GUY says:

      I tell you, this guy’s stage name always reminds me of an enema. Who would choose a stage name like that?

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  9. Howie says:

    Petition for CNN to File as a Democrat Super PAC
    https://www.a1apac.org/lp/cnn-pac/

    Liked by 6 people

    • boogywstew says:

      I signed it and thank you for taking the time to put it up. Next, we need to do the same thing for PBS and NPR. Try listening to NPR on a Saturday morning to the different game shows that NPR broadcasts and tell me where there is a sliver of a difference between any policy of the Democrat Party and any host, contestant or commenters on these shows. Vicious anti Trump diatribe is injected into every aspect of all the conversations.

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  10. 4beagles says:

    Good News on their release.
    Hope they think twice when planning future hiking trips

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017/10/12/american-caitlin-coleman-family-freed-from-afghanistan-captors.html

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    • Lulu says:

      No sympathy – it was stupid to hike in Afghanistan 300 years ago, 200 years ago, 100 years ago, 50 years ago, 30 years ago and every year since. What the heck is wrong with people?

      Liked by 8 people

    • Wiggyky says:

      I remember by in the mid 60’s college kids would go visit various countries and take their pot with them. Wound up being convicted and jailed in their jails. They also learned that the Constitutional Rights did not apply in a foreign country. They were so naive about the world.

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      • The Boss says:

        These are probably the same idiots who want to give illegal aliens the consitutional rights of legal residents and citizens. One-way tickets is all illegals are entitled to IMHO.

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    • Trish in Southern Illinois says:

      Bring the kids home…leave the idiotic parents there…after her tubes are tied.

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  11. Dora says:

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  12. Howie says:

    ‘Anti-Propaganda’ Ban Repealed, Freeing State Dept. To Direct Its Broadcasting Arm At American Citizenshttps://www.techdirt.com/articles/20130715/11210223804/anti-propaganda-ban-repealed-freeing-state-dept-to-direct-its-broadcasting-arm-american-citizens.shtml

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  13. Regina says:

    Former President Barack Obama will return to the campaign trail next Thursday to stump for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ralph Northam at a rally in Richmond.

    Details on the location of the get-out-the-vote rally were not yet available. Northam tweeted “Fired up, ready to go!” and provided a link through his campaign website where supporters can R.S.V.P. for a ticket at RalphNortham.com/Obama. The campaign said space will be limited.
    (hope we get some pede infiltrators hehe)

    “President Barack Obama said that ‘I want to tell you how important Virginia is to me. It means the world to me. It means our legacy, for me and Michelle. I’m going to do everything that I can to come to Virginia to campaign for you,’ ” Northam said.
    http://www.richmond.com/news/virginia/government-politics/former-president-barack-obama-to-campaign-for-ralph-northam-in/article_c00e0e6c-d53b-5d82-8c6d-ddcbafb50610.html

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  14. thetrain2016 says:

    Napa Valley fires keep burning, destroying thousands of homes, businesses and causing deaths and injuries. Did the fire started by a muslim “refugee” or an illegal alien, imported by the sanctuary state? Very likely. Could the damage be drastically reduced if this environmentally concerned state allows clearing off highly combustable dead trees and bushes from forests and private lands? Compassionate environmentalists caused the biggest environmental disaster in the history of California… and they still keep pushing their poisonous agenda without consequences. It might sounds cruel, but serious, I mean very serious strings must be attached to any federal bailout… or just turn the wall Northward at the Arizona – California border.

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    • Miles Rost says:

      It was started by tress falling on power lines after a dry front came through, with 40 MPH winds from the north.

      Information from Juan Browne, who has been detailing the ongoing rebuild of the Oroville Dam and is a photojournalist for the Union News in Grass Valley, CA. (See the Blancolirio channel on Youtube for more info.)

      Seriously…just stop with the conspiracy theory on this, because there ain’t one.

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      • TatonkaWoman says:

        “It” was started? There are multiple separate fires that started in multiple separate locations pretty much at the same time. Just how many power lines fell at the same time?

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        • bandfreak22 says:

          I live very close to this area. We’ve had very high winds all week.

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          • joeknuckles says:

            If you were going to start a series of catastrophic wildfires, when would you do it?

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          • annieoakley says:

            @bandfreak
            I live in a place where high winds blow frequently and power lines are built to handle them.

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            • bandfreak22 says:

              I cannot say whether or not this fire was started by mother nature…or something else. I guess we’ll find out eventually. But, this time of year in California we experience very dry conditions and high winds. The wine country has very old neighborhoods that have power lines that may not have been upgraded. As you know, our government here does not care for our infrastructure or citizens…just pocketing our hard earned dollars and campaigning for votes from the illegals that pour into our state.

              I do hope there will be no Federal aid to help our “Sanctuary State” so to teach a lesson to the dumb @$$es that vote these criminals in. Some tough love is needed.

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            • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

              My power lines snake through the redwood trees on the way to my house. Branches fall off the redwoods when we get high wind and dry conditions. When I say branches, I am describing a pine tree to those on the east coast. Fires get started all the time by vegetation coming in contact with power lines. Once a fire gets started in one area the high winds spread the hot red coals to other areas that ignite, causing additional fires.

              We had ash dropping out of the sky here and we are 100 miles south of the fires.

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        • n1ghtcr4wler says:

          the real question is when will the corrupt Cali government require a safety buffer zone for power lines

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          • It is already required. Read another article this morning (don’t remember where – here maybe?) talking about this utility company being fined BIGLY on a number of occasions for failing to follow current regulations.

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      • Texian says:

        “The Union” is a longtime affiliate of AP.. It is owned by a company that shut down public commenting on their sites. They also use “advertorials” – advertisements disguised as editorial content to dupe the general public into thinking it is “news”..

        Your “avatar” says you like ‘movies and fiction’..

        Next..

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      • joeknuckles says:

        Yes, move along. There is nothing to see here. Dozens of fires started simultaneously from trees falling on power lines. They could not possibly have fallen on the power lines after the fire started and burned the trees. Besides, they have an audio tape of firefighters saying they saw downed power lines and exploding transformers. Since that could not possibly happen as a result of the fire rather than be the cause of the fire, it proves conclusively that all of the dozens of fires that started simultaneously on Sunday night were caused by trees falling on power lines. To suggest otherwise would be crazy.

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        • Lulu says:

          There’s a nastiness on this board lately that did not used to be here. Posters should be able to express differing opinions and question media/government reports.

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        • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

          Crazy thing happened here in Santa Cruz a few years back. Multiple fires were started along highway one, destroying many homes over many miles around
          Watsonville. Speculation was that it was arson. Eventually, law enforcement caught the culprit. A person was towing a RV and had not attached his chains properly, thus laying down a carpet of sparks in his wake.

          Someday remind me to tell you about raiding a house with FBI due to an illegal radioactive material delivery. I assumed it was part of a terrorist operation, but it was for a gambling scam.

          Not saying this wasn’t started by wacko(s), but you guys have hurricanes and tornados and we have earthquakes, floods and fires. Unfortunately the fires and floods don’t negate each other. We had a bumper crop of rain this year, over 100 inches here, causing lots of vegetation growth and fuel for fire. I’m not sure about everywhere in the state, but at Big Basin State Park they routinely have contorted burns to create fire breaks.

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          • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

            Dang autotext… Controlled burns, not contorted.

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            • Tegan says:

              I have the new iPad and the auto text is out of control…I usually don’t bother to post a correction because I figure Treepers are smart enough to figure it out! I have many friends in Japan and sometimes trying to figure out their English is a challenge…so guess i’m used to it.

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          • Shadrach says:

            I love stories like that. I have a friend who’s retired police, and he has tons of stories. I could listen all day 🙂

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      • Bull Durham says:

        Superscoopers!

        Jerry Brown tested them 40 years ago to save his own home in Laurel Canyon. Helos could not fly into the canyon. Superscooper—bam, put out the fire.

        Ergo, the first line of defense should be SuperScoopers. But what has California and all its counties done since the 70’s? Only when fires are wild and huge and roaring over the hills and down through the canyons do they use SuperScoopers.

        The massive fire departments built and financed with massive salaries for chiefs and the chain of command and millions on equipment have developed into a Pentagon-like corruption.

        With six to eight SuperScoopers California would have no wildfires like we see each ‘season’.
        They simply would suppress anything “natural or man-made, accidental or intentional”.

        But then there would no big Federal rain of red poison fire retardant.
        Those are mandated expenses (another racket from Congress).
        There would be smaller departments of firefighters, and less equipment and less pension expenses and on and on down the corruption tree.

        As for water for the SuperScoopers? 800 miles of coastline, massive lakes, reservoirs and dams. The SuperScooper can reload on a street flooded from hydrants. 1.5 inches of standing water can be sucked up as it rolls down the street, much less on a large pond or small lake. There is no excuse for these fire disasters. But there are reasons. Corruption. and massive Stupidity.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Kalifornia forests have been mismanaged since the late 1960s. If you don’t burn off the undergrowth, this is what you get. The American Indians used to SET FIRES on occasion to burn out the undergrowth. THEY knew managing the forest wasn’t just a passive chore. On top of that, California is historically semi-desert.

        Didn’t moonbeam or Obozo cut back on the air tankers, or not fund replacements?

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        • georgiafl says:

          Air Quality/Smog/Pollution concerns put an end to undergrowth burning.

          When I was a child, Long Leaf Pines in NFL/SGA were traditionally kept from large forest fires and optimum growth by managed burning of the undergrowth.

          It has to be done or large wild destructive fires will occur.

          Last year, Florida had 40-50 wildfires going during one dry period.

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      • thetrain2016 says:

        I refuse to believe in that power line story… sorry.

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  15. Dora says:

    Conservative Leaders call for Entire Senate GOP Leadership to Step Down

    Video

    https://www.mrctv.org/videos/conservative-leaders-call-entire-senate-leadership-step-down

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  16. youme says:

    All our institutions are as corrupt as West Point.

    How did this happen?

    Regarding 2nd LT. Spenser Rapone, a West Point graduate and  an admitted activist communist whose views were know to the academy:

    LTC (USA, ret.) Robert M. Heffington, who taught at West Point, explains.

    View story at Medium.com

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  17. IMO says:

    Former Navy Seal: Las Vegas gunman’s room was not a contained situation – Baltimore Post-ExaminerBaltimore Post-Examiner
    http://baltimorepostexaminer.com/former-navy-seal-las-vegas-gunmans-room-not-contained-situation/2017/10/12

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    • napoleon32 says:

      Warning shot across the UN bow.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      UNESCO — United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

      According to wikipedia, problems with this have been building since they admitted Palestine in 2011. The US, by law, could no longer contribute financially to any UN organization that accepted Palestine as a full member, thereby taking away 22% of the UNESCO budget at that time.

      According to a number of articles they have been declaring areas of Israel as Palestinian Heritage sites.
      background:
      https://www.theatlantic.com/news/archive/2016/10/unesco-controversy-over-jerusalems-holy-sites/504149/
      more recently:

      Some posters aren’t clear as to why flyover country is pro Israel. Its Biblical and its deep in our roots and culture. Many of us US Christians will almost always, automatically side with Israel. We will think it through but we have been raised since birth to understand the we trace our own roots back to Israel, they are our spiritual and cultural cousins and the Jewish people are blessed as are those who bless them. Israel’s history is our history until the death of Jesus and the Gospel went beyond the Jewish people. Any Christian geography Always includes Israel and Bible class is centered for many years on the OT as well as the NT, including the area’s culture and geography during Biblical times. World History is taught from an Israel Centric point of view in Ancient Times. Jewish history is OUR history up to post fall of Jerusalem. Even much of the early church was Jewish and intertwined with Jewish history

      Besides, with all that such a tiny nation is up against, born against the backdrop of the WWII holocaust, and yet they win time after time while transforming the small piece of dessert into such a success…Americans can’t help but root for such a victorious underdog!

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    • JohnP says:

      Nice!

      Now let’s address the fact that only 31% of the items sold in our national parks are actually made in America.

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    • andrewe1 says:

      I like this but what does Israel have to do with it?

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      You know this means no more 5-star hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants for the free-spending, world jet-setting hierarchy of UNESCO.

      I see many youth hostels and roadside food carts in their future.

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    • tdaly14 says:

      Another corrupt Agenda 21 org. Thank you POTUS.

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  19. Sean Supsky says:

    A little bit of Obama.

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  20. andi lee says:

    I tried to post Scott Binsack’s video last night. No bueno. He noted same issues himself. Brought up interesting points but good grief … 490 min video.

    Chris Greene, also, good points, brings up POTUS which I witnessed Al Greene bring up charges, articles of impeachment on the HOUSE floor & put into RECORD. 👈 (of course, I blasted the Charlatan from Houston, demanding a floor vote of HIS, Al Greene, impeachment in the PEOPLES HOUSE.) Meanwhile, Chris Green (Greene?)

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  21. Regina says:

    PSA for our Iphone friends

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  22. Eric Kennedy says:

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  23. rsanchez1990 says:

    It’s happening! The health care EO:

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  24. joeknuckles says:

    Hillary says she is going to donate the contributions she received from Weinstein to charity, but she referred to them as “income”. That is exactly how she sees all of the money that comes in as campaign contributions or charitable contributions. IMHO, this is an important point because she is admitting to being a fraud. I would think that more people would be jumping on that statement. Did it go over everybody’s head?
    She said “I donate 10% of my income to charity, and I’m going to roll the money into that”. First of all, I doubt she donates that much to charity. Secondly, assuming she does, how would that have anything to do with donations Weinstein made to her campaign or her foundation? That would not be income unless she was taking it for herself.

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  26. burnett044 says:

    Trump sign EO.

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    • andi lee says:

      Wow!
      American wife, Katelynn Coleman, Canadian husband, Joshua Boyle & their 3 children, born in captivity, are freed! HUGE HUGE NEWS!

      How about that. POTUS hasn’t forgotten Americans captured, TORTURED, under Obama-Clinton & abandoned by Obama-Clinton.

      Ready for Americans’ Bob Levinson & Austin Tice, Brit John Cantlie, and the known but publically “unnamed” to come home. Still praying for their strength to keep hope alive, and their safe return.

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      • StormyeyesC says:

        She had 3 chidren while in captivity?

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        • StrandedinCA says:

          She had 3 children in captivity from a man who was previously married to a Gitmo terrorist’s sister (google the sister’s lovely pictures in full burqa attire). They were hiking through the mountains of Afghanistan when they got “captured”. Reportedly they were “in love” with the lovely mountainside. When you willingly go into the lion’s den – please don’t expect the rest of us to cry tears over your “torture”.

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    • All those idiot smiling could not pass it thru the senate! What a shameful bunch of people! They do not want to take the blame but if anything happens later will blame POTUS!

      Liked by 2 people

    • lawrencepaul1 says:

      Now that’s what I’m talkin bout.

      Liked by 1 person

    • magatrump says:

      Winning! Thank God for President Trump!

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  27. bluesky says:

    It appears that Rapone was only the tip of the iceberg at West Point. I hope this issue gets to Trump – I can not believe that he would pleased with low standards at the oldest military academy especially with his prep school background & his obvious respect for the military.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017/10/retired_west_point_instructor_decries_a_decline_in_honor_standards_and_meritocracy_at_the_academy.html

    Reading the Heffington letter and checking the dates, Caslen was the Commandant that would have berated Heffington during his first tour at West Point 2006-2009, and Caslen has been the Superintendent since 2013 – present. Sounds like an immediate change in leadership is required in order to root out the systemic issues. I think military brass is more focused on the Army-Navy football rivalry & social diversity issues then building strong leaders. This goes way beyond the corp of cadets.

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  28. Regina says:

    holy crap!

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  29. appadoo9 says:

    If true, Amazing turn of events

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  30. andi lee says:

    I may as well blast the NSA & the *Third-Party* GOV Public-Private partnerships, the IC, Google Inc, FB, Twitter, YouTube, etc., & the hidden 27 background apps constantly burning up my phone battery; trampling on my Constitutional rights, 1A, privacy, & protection of my personal property, associating relatives, net data, travels, photos, book-marks, phone calls, text messages. *”Yes, I see you”*.

    Meanwhile, The Truth Factory, has discovered Paddock flew to Arizona, rented a truck, & drove back to Nevada.

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    • tazz2293 says:

      I do wonder if Campos is the real shooter or the accomplice?

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    • Nchadwick says:

      They found receipt and know that he attended a gun show in Arizona to buy Tracer rounds.

      My husband when to that gun show — it was the Sept 9/10th @ the Arizona State Fair grounds on McDowell — CROSSROADS OF THE WEST GUNSHOW

      I saw a local news story interview the person that he purchased the tracer rounds from — and he first met him at the gun show — however, he met him at a later date, at the sellers home in Mesa (same city I live — so caught my attention)

      http://www.12news.com/news/local/valley/mesa-man-says-he-sold-tracer-ammo-to-las-vegas-shooter/481458745

      MESA, Ariz. – The Mesa man who confirms he sold 600 rounds of tracer ammunition to the Las Vegas shooting suspect says he never noticed anything suspicious about Stephen Paddock.

      “The guy appears normal as your grandfather,” said the ammo seller, who chose to remain anonymous.

      In an exclusive interview with 12 News, the seller said he first noticed Paddock at a gun show in Las Vegas in late August.

      The seller would again see the 64-year-old suspect weeks later at the Crossroads of the West Gun Show in Phoenix, at the Arizona State Fairgrounds.

      The anonymous man says Paddock asked him for a specific type of ammo that he did not have at the moment. It was days later both men would meet again at the seller’s Mesa home. The transaction was made and 600 rounds of tracer bullets were sold to Paddock.

      The anonymous Mesa seller says Paddock said he was going to the desert with his friends to make a light show, and insists Paddock never looked suspicious.

      “He looked normal, acted normal, spoke normal, clean cut, easy going, nice guy,” the seller said. “[I] never suspected anything. Nobody around us suspected anything.”

      The bullets sold by the Mesa man to Paddock were found in Paddock’s hotel room, according to law enforcement officials, but it does not appear they were used in the shooting.

      My guess is that the flight back to Arizona and purchase of the Tracer rounds was this event — since he couldn’t fly w/ that much ammunition — and he had to meet him couple weeks after the gun show.

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    • andi lee says:

      What is crazy is GOOGLE INC, etc., are deliberately violating Constitutional statutes. Soon, hopefully, they will be kissing their heavy-handed, heavily-purchased congressmen who signed ‘Citizen’s United’, obliterating our rights for profit, into law.

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    • Blacksmith8 says:

      The point here is that USMA is not the school James Cagney attended in the movie. It is the school of Custer, Patton, and Ike.
      Those pics of rapone are from 2015, and the school knew about it then. The investigation didn’t need to happen at all. The entire corps of cadets is subject to the same code of conduct as the active army.
      caslen should have put him out for his attitude then.
      But another question is raised: why exactly did the enlisted man rapone get dropped from the rangers?

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  32. boogywstew says:

    “Marshall” … the motion picture about a case that Thurgood Marshall worked on before his appointment to the US Supreme Court in 1967 as the 1st African American to sit on the highest court releases tomorrow, October 13th. When Thurgood Marshall’s nomination was voted on by the Senate, 11 Senators voted against him and … wait for it … 10 WERE DEMOCRATS !!!

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  33. Nigella says:

    I hate to say this but I’m getting a little tired of Bannon… Somehow he thinks he’s more important than he is… Not helpful at all… This is just my opinion though…

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  34. Nigella says:

    So POTUS signed the EO on obamacare… How long before it is challenged in Court?

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  35. tazz2293 says:

    Health Care EO has been signed.

    Time to make it permanent legislation.

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  36. Regina says:

    Does President Trump ever do the “sign it with 30 pens” thing?
    Maybe that’s only for actual bills, not EOs – remember all the pens at the Ocare signing? lol

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    • Tegan says:

      Read that POTUS Trump stopped that practice. For one thing, those specially engraved pens were surisingly expensive and practical POTUS thought it was a waste. True…who knows?

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  37. William39 says:

    Once upon a time, entertainers knew how to keep their political views in check from the public. To paraphrase Johnny Carson, they risk losing a large part of their viewing audience otherwise. Even though we’ve always known entertainers skew Left, there was also a silent truce since they had the sense to stay within the bounds of their profession.

    This no longer applies on a variety of fronts today, but no more stark an example have we seen than the NFL. The mystique is gone from football now that their unsavory characters and outright anti-American views are being aggressively pushed. Before, you could say it’s just a game, so long as they followed that old truce and kept their politics off the field.

    Trump offered the NFL an incredible deal in their favor, but their players and owners were too stupid to see and accept it outright: return to following your own rules about respecting the anthem, and all this goes away. They would even have been able to keep all of their anti-American snafus and everything else wrong with the NFL, if they would have merely stopped their antics for a couple minutes each game to show respect for the country.

    It is remarkable what a mess the NFL made for themselves, proving that riches do not equal brains. I am not an expert on politics or business, but I’ll wager it’s never good when your most loyal customers start uploading videos bashing you and burning your merchandise.

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  38. starfcker says:

    See? I’m not a dumbass. I just play one on TV. Trump “Angry” After Learning What State And Local Tax Repeal Really Means | Zero Hedge
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-12/trump-angry-after-learning-what-state-and-local-tax-repeal-really-means

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  39. why cth website keeps rolling back to the top? something not right

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  40. Unprotected Class says:

    So I just got this response from someone on Twitter “That’s hilarious coming from someone who only follows 38 people. Good day sir. Peace.” Huh? so my worth is supposed to be judged by how many times I click the follow button? What? This is the mentality of the resist morons. I could almost see talking about the number of people following me, but that is still a lame argument.

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  41. Good to know the FBI is monitoring antifa.

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  42. Regina says:

    hnmmm

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  43. sgtrok13 says:

    Suddenly the Weinstein company is all out distancing themselves from Harvey. They claim they had NO IDEA about his behavior.
    NONSENSE
    My professional opinion. Not only did they know. They were complicit. They aided, abetted and promoted it.
    My opinion
    What we are seeing is the exposure of a massive of an industrialized pedophilia and sex trafficking cabal that has been sanctioned Hollywood.
    Actors, actresses, children have to pass by these gates as a rite of passage to acclaim their accolades and so called stardom.
    The music industry has it also. They all do. Pay for play. Everyone has dirt on them. They are one big sleazy criminal empire trafficking sex and corruption.
    Even politics. Look at Bill and Hillary, Lolita island etc…
    Did you ever wonder why these uneducated actors and actresses are so sick, twisted, demented and out of whack
    Why they are so over medicated and strewn with addictions. They are morally bankrupt. They gave up their souls and integrity.
    Look at Bill Maher. Do you think he’s a political genius with a political program. He was doing cheap sitcoms prior to his new acting gig. Same with kimmel. His last gig had girls on trampolines.
    Look at the Disney kids. Brittany spears for example. Disney raises these children then pimps them off. Suddenly they are appearing nude on stage dancing around poles. Look at Cyrus. Bieber was a cute kid until Hollywood grabbed him.

    The Weinstein company will just change their name. They are, in my opinion, a sex trafficking ring. We’ve heard of Pizza gate but in my opinion Pizza gate pales in comparison.

    Hollywood grabs young impressionable people from broken homes and does terrible, very bad things to them, makes them give up whatever character they ever had, and owns them.

    The Democrat party utilizes this apparatus, exploits it, has them go to their rallies and dance on stages for them and accepts their money.

    In contrast they never got to Trump. They tried. Stole private conversations but Trump is way smarter than that. He’s made of the type of integrity and. Character that cannot be taken advantage of and now he’s going to burn that apparatus to the ground.

    This is just beginning. This is a culture war and Hollywood is infested with some of the biggest demented predators on the planet.

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  44. JohnP says:

    It looks like Weinstein was preparing to mechanize his womanizing.

    USC announces it won’t proceed with Harvey Weinstein’s pledge to fund $5million endowment for women filmmakers

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4974276/USC-won-t-proceed-Harvey-Weinstein-s-5M-endowment.html#ixzz4vJUJTZtY

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  45. StormyeyesC says:

    Sad but true

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