March 2nd – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #407

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1,054 Responses to March 2nd – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #407

  1. Lucille says:

    Planned Parenthood Slams President Donald Trump: “He’s Responsible for an Unprecedented Assault” on Abortion

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  2. duchess01 says:

    News | The White House – 03/02/2018 and 03/01/2018 (1)

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  3. phoenixRising says:

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  4. Summer says:

    Am I the only one who is watching Hannity (with Judge J)? Very interesting. Especially this segment:

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  5. This rightfully should be on the Open Thread but, IMO, this needs maximum visibility – please sign this declaration and share, share, share with Mothers everywhere:

    “Last year at the United Nations Council on the Status of Women, the big push by feminists from Europe, Canada, and the United States was to declare motherhood a “burden,” defining it as “unpaid work” that needs to be recognized, reduced, and redistributed.”

    In the 2017 annual letter from the Gates Foundation, Melinda Gates said: “The real issue isn’t how much time women spend on unpaid work—it’s how much time they don’t spend contributing to society and pursuing higher education or a career.”

    Gates also said women should “spend more time doing paid work, starting businesses, or otherwise contributing to the economic well-being of societies around the world. The fact that they can’t, holds their families and communities back.”

    “Women around the globe are repelling this ludicrous notion, refusing to allow a mother’s love to be cheapened, belittled, and marginalized,” the HomeMakers for America press release said.

    Kimberly Fletcher, president and founder of the organization, told Breitbart News why this is the right time for the movement.

    “We are at a critical time in our culture,” Fletcher said. “Our children are under constant assault – from gender confusion to global warming guilt.”

    “We are bombarded with messages that tell our boys they are rapists in the making and our girls they will always be victims,” Fletcher said. “White privilege is taught in schools as historic fact, making white kids feel guilty and black kids feel like they’ll never succeed.”

    “All these things are pushed on our kids by radical feminists and their cohorts,” Fletcher said.

    “From school shootings to transgender bathrooms, feminists are on the wrong side of every issue when it comes to protecting our children and maintaining a free society,” Fletcher said. “Despite what feminists would have us believe, what mothers want most isn’t the right to kill their own offspring, but the opportunity to be with them.”

    “Now more than ever we need the influence of good women in America—for our children’s sake and the future our nation,” Fletcher said.”

    Link to declaration only:

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    • “Mothers are the hope of America,” Fletcher said. “We literally hold the future of America in our hands.”

      “We don’t need more laws,” Fletcher said. “We need stronger families.”

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    • Keebler AC says:

      Melinda Gates is posturing to run as first lady if you check her tweets it is thick with virtue signalling. She plasters her sentiments with references to Black Panther the movie, Hamilton the ethnically casted cast, Oprah Love, and third world overpopulation in India. I don’t know much about her except that her husband was King of Main St. Business Suppression in his tactics and now this couple thinks that stifling competition so they could the hoard the money, a small minute fraction donated to charity, makes them virtuous role models. But reading her tweets, it’s loathesome how these two barracudas pass themselves off in sickenly sweetness.

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    • Fake Nametag says:

      I don’t know who raised Ms. Gates, but I hope my own mother would slap my face if I told her that the years she spent at home raising me were not “contributing to society”. Maybe if Ms. Gates had a few tens of billions less dollars she would know what it’s like to struggle to balance the demands of parenting and a career and would respect the sacrifices that normal people make every day for their children. But I guess Ms. Gates’ career is more important to her than her children.

      I thank God every day for having had a mother who was willing to invest in me by staying home and getting me off to a good start before she returned to the workforce. She doesn’t feel any regret at not having had a high flying career and I’d bet she feels like she’s just as successful as snobby Ms. Gates, who apparently thinks a woman hasn’t accomplished anything if she hasn’t started a business.

      If only more women would “contribute to society” the way that my mother did, perhaps our society would not be such a sick and demoralizing place.

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  6. Watcher says:

    Russian collusion coming out in drips. They were not for President Trump.“&mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiWkRGbE5XWTNNekZtTVdVeCIsInQiOiJNUlB0bUQ4K1k3cXBlQ0E4a1B0QjRIM0FTMStic29jcWpuTWJJSFBhTkVjbnRoT0Z1NW9majBEakh6cEJ5SmpLNkRYdytrbzRITVJsK1VjVHNvT1wvYVVtY1JyQkw2c3dKa0ZTSDF5MEpcL2ZQS1J0SzFvM0RTSkRERDVpMWFoeUJsIn0%3D

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  7. Anyone else still trying to watch local news ? It is getting tough. You have people with tons of makeup spewing what liberal bosses tell them to say after getting marching orders from some blast that goes out nationwide from the lib dem sewer in DC….. It issue sad. I think the msm is 90% responsible for the issues in our country. They are LIARS, they hate PDJT and us and they want our blessed U.S.A. to go down the drain… So sad

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  8. “The next chapter of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting saga has begun. Anti-gun interest groups and politicians have used the Parkland shooting to launch what, until recently, they regarded as a distant dream — a wave of state legislation authorizing the confiscation of firearms.

    Quietly, but quickly, a raft of identical gun confiscation bills have been filed by liberal politicians in states across the country. They are all copies of a ballot measure that passed in Washington State in November 2016. And that ballot measure was loosely based on a California gun confiscation law enacted in 2014 and a much older Connecticut law from 1999.

    The first bill in the recent wave was actually enacted before the Parkland shooting. Oregon’s SB 719, a Democrat bill which passed with only one Republican vote, was signed into law in August 2017. Since the Parkland shooting, copy-cat bills pushed by progressive legislators anxious to signal their opposition to guns have moved with alarming speed in blue states. On Wednesday, the Vermont Senate approved its version, S 221. In Rhode Island the bill is H 7688.

    In total, more than a dozen states are now considering similar gun confiscation laws. Even red states like Kansas, where SB 431 has been submitted, are considering them. On Thursday, Ohio’s Republican Governor John Kasich jumped on the bandwagon and called for a similar law in his state.”

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  9. Thoughts on bump stocks, raising rifles at 21, and NRA reaction to Trump???


    • Buck says:

      RE: Thoughts on bump stocks, raising rifles at 21, and NRA reaction to Trump?

      How many lives have been saved from moving the pistol buying age up from 18 to 21? Have never seen any true data that showed it moved the needle. Just like Clinton’s “assault weapons” ban.
      The bump stock thing is a total joke IMO, a novelity item. Haven’t seen any real proof it has ever been used to shoot anyone.


  10. zephyrbreeze says:

    Hillary’s lawyers are in trouble for deleting those 30,000 emails without US gov. review. Someone is working to get them disbarred.

    Md. Attorney General Frosh defends Hillary Clinton lawyers against state-bar complaint
    Fails in bid to close Court of Appeals argument to public, press

    “The reason for denying the complaint here is he had no personal knowledge,” said Michele J. McDonald, who argued the case for Mr. Frosh, a Democrat, and the state bar.

    Under questioning by one judge, she specifically said that while the state had advanced the “frivolous” argument before, it was no longer standing by that one.

    Mr. Clevenger expressed frustration afterward, saying it’s “a moving target from one hearing to the next.”

    “We’ve got three lawyers who are accused of destroying more than 30,000 pieces of evidence that were sought by multiple subpoenas,” he said. “Any average lawyer who had intentionally destroyed one piece of evidence would have been disbarred. Period.”

    “Let’s not kid ourselves. This is political,” he said.

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