July 12th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #539

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960 Responses to July 12th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #539

  1. citizen817 says:

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    • ladypenquin says:

      As much faith as I’ve had in POTUS and his game plan, the one thing that doesn’t fit his character or previous behavior, is airing “dirty laundry” or a dispute in public. Certainly not for an extended period of time. Yes, I am now undecided about whether he and Sessions are on the same page.

      Larry Schweikart has thrown in the towel. I do agree with him on one point: if POTUS does not clean out the Deep State, and make sure the players see indictments and prosecutions, the danger remains not only to him, but to those who come after him. And of course, the preservation of the country as we know it.

      I still believe if he wanted Sessions, Rosenstein, Wray gone – they’d be gone. It’s an enigma.

      Liked by 8 people

      • paulraven1 says:

        If he doesn’t clean it out, MAGA will vanish like a summer morning dew as soon as he leaves office.

        Liked by 6 people

        • piper567 says:

          paul,
          I don’t believe The President waited decades to ascend to his Presidency so that all of his world-reordering work will vanish when he is no longer POTUS.
          I give him more credit than that.

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      • Oldschool says:

        Airing dirty laundry doesn’t fit his character? There have been many, many tweets and comments that contradict that statement. However, the really serious/confidential/details, imo are held close to the vest.

        If “POTUS wanted them gone, they would be gone” . He waited too long for that action, imo. Ultimately, yes, but in the mueller constraints he is living under, not as simple as firing 3 key players. Plus, this is where POTUS relies on advice, legal and political. Not his strongest position.

        Rudy needs to shut up mueller and the DOJ/FBI needs a total demo. Most think after midterm. IDK. Honestly shocked POTUS wasn’t stronger sooner. Of course don’t know any of what is really going on, but time is wasting.

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        • ladypenquin says:

          I just don’t see that with the other people he has let go. He didn’t go on about them. He wanted them gone – they were gone. These remarks are long-term. POTUS isn’t powerless, so why act like he doesn’t have power?

          Agree about Rudy. Loose canon, even though his heart is in the right place.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Dawn says:

            I love Rudy, but maybe he should be there more in a friend capacity, than a lawyer.

            He’s a true Patriot, and will never denigrate what he did for our country.

            Liked by 1 person

          • torvynne says:

            I believe what Oldschool said about Rudy was that Rudy should shut MUELLER up, not that he should shut up himself.

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          • Oldschool says:

            “Complicated business”

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          • Kristin says:

            The people he has let go had nothing to do with the investigation into the election or anything tied to him personally. The danger lies in that fact alone that he would be seen as removing people that are investigating him.
            The opposition is just waiting for him to find him guilty of high crime and misdemeanors.

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            • Oldschool says:

              Agree kristin. Those are the handcuffs sessions, rosey and mueller have slapped on him. The fact that they are still in position is NO indicator of Trump’s confidence, just Trump’s chess postion. He’s been checked.

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              • NC PATRIOT says:

                All of you armchair quarterbacks are not very good strategists. Our VSG is a “strategy” man. There was NO WAY it would have been smart of him to go in like gangbusters early on and fire bunch of people who were “threatening ” him.

                He had to show people he is keeping promises by cutting the economic chains loose, by showing himself competent in foreign affairs, and by cutting some of the funding of his far left enemies, by reducing the black ops rogue CIA groups, gangs, and drugs—-as well as child traffickers which make a lot of money for corrupt people. And he has to wait to get his SC justice and other judges approved. Kind of like setting the table.

                In the meantime more and more people are awakening to the profound corruption of the swamp. HE WILL STRIKE when the time is right. Because when it all blows—–people we don’t expect will also be exposed………. and the country will have to be ready for it.

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          • Kristin says:

            Lady: just listened to Nadler’s intro during the Strzok hearing. This is why President Trump cannot fire anybody….yet.

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        • Kaco says:

          The only weapon POTUS has in this fight is his twitter. The Mueller investigation/DOJ/FBI is a political minefield, look at Cryin’ Chuck trying to sabotage Kavanaugh’s confirmation, claiming he would shut down the Mueller investigation due to his views?

          A question I have is, will they claim his tweets have tainted the jury pool?

          I don’t know what advice POTUS is getting but it seems to be a hands off strategy.

          It should be shut down but they’ll scream he has something to hide, that’s why he fired XYZ. And then possible impeachment.

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      • mostlyogauge says:

        Airing dirty laundry doesn’t fit his character??? This is what fighting back looks like. No other President in the history of our country has had to do this. Fighting back against ALL of the scum that are against MAGA is and will continue to be down and dirty. Donald J. Trump was a HUGE success in the world of New York City real estate. And, he did it all by the book, everything on the up and up, no cutting corners, nothing even remotely illegal. Just MHO; I was not there, so I don’t know for sure. But, what has anyone found during the past over two years of “investigations”? Nada, zip, zero, nothing. If he can make it there, he can make it anywhere.

        Take a sheet of 8.5 x 11 paper. Using a #2 pencil, make a dot in the middle of the paper. The paper represents all the scum in Washington DC that are against MAGA. The dot represents our 45 and the other people in Washington DC that are clean. That is what our VSGPDJT is up against. And, he is winning!!!!!

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      • CaptainNonno says:

        I agree with your last sentence. All this ‘where’s the AG?’ stuff is cover. Wants Deep State to think there’s a problem within but the hammer is being forged and needs to be well made bc it will be busy for a long time.

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      • Amy2 says:

        I don’t understand him wanting DOJ lawyers to handle things. The DOJ is the problem! I do understand his frustration with the IG report, i.e. Horowitz, but my feeling was the FISA investigation would be the see all tell all. Perplexing. Frustrating.

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        • Amy2 says:

          Also, aren’t the DOJ lawyers the ones helping dig dirt on Kavanaugh?! Argh! I want to understand this one Mr. President! I”ll be patient!

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      • Ken says:

        I think President Trump will wait until after the Nov elections to clean house. Especially if the Repubs hold both the House and the Senate.

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      • Kristin says:

        Lady: I think it’s all about timing. Some events have to happen in full view. I have despaired many times but seeing our President walk into the world stage and set up the pieces, I can only think he has all this domestic turmoil under a certain chaotic control.
        I am waiting. The elections are nearing. There has to be a denouement in this infuriating witch hunt as he calls it.
        We feel helpless as we see all this going on; disregard for the law and honor in the first place. Disregard by lawMAKERS, disregard by DOJ and FBI ( the top and the rank and file)…
        If there is something I have learned these two past years is to be be patient.
        In the meantime, President Trump and the lovely Melania are doing a great job on behalf of our great country.

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      • Remington..... says:

        Lady, I agree. One way or another, DOJ, AND the fib need a complete remake. Someone suggested getting rid of the fib and plugging in the Marshall’s…. Fib is FUBAR. Until this happens, we are reorganizing the deck chairs on the Titanic. At this point I don’t care how the fix it implemented – just do it. We’ll deal with the fall out and move on to keep America great.

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    • Angry Dumbo says:

      The Possum is a rat. The fix is in.

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    • Doppler says:

      “Where is the AG?” has been a repeated line for over a year, and Donald Trump does not tolerate failure and disappointment from those who work for him. He’s trolling us all, just as he was with Obama’s birth certificate, until just prior to the election, he conceded the point, while reminding us all that the Kenya birth claim was first created by Sidney Blumenthal and made by Hillary Clinton in her 2008 primary campaign against Obama.

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      • 🍺Gunny says:

        The Swamp is very big and very wide. Anyone who says our President is too critical or not critical enough should try to Understand the depth of the problem.

        Every day more and more Swamp people are exposed. They are getting prideful and gaining confidence that our President will do nothing.

        But we all know, in one second he can fire them all and shut it down.

        Why doesn’t he? We can only guess, speculate, and trust his decisions.

        How many times on these very pages, has everyone or most basically lost it from something he did?

        Let me give you a perfect example. And not to be prideful, but almost as soon as Sessions recused himself, Howie and I were expressing our doubts.

        We were ravaged here, especially Howie. Virtually everyone disagreed with us.

        How about now? Completely flipped. Difficult to find many, if any Sessions supporters.

        I repeat. The swamp is wide and very deep. We want justice, but also we want to get as many as we can.

        Just a guess. The President and the country need the mid-terms to move forward with the plan. He must keep the waters calm prior to the Mid-terms.

        Everthing is going his way. The walk away movement, foreign policy, jobs, economy, all of it. We must keep it calm now. The Left will grab onto anything to cause issues. To create confusion.

        We get the Supreme Court nomination finished, the mid-terms won, then the field is open for hunting.

        Have trust in our President. He’s got this.

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        • Ken says:

          Agreed, Gunny. Get out the vote, everyone. I just got my wife on board with voting Republican. Help with the #walkaway campaign everyone. We all know Dems. Work on opening their eyes. Let’s win November and keep Congress red.

          Then, the ball is back in the President’s court.

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        • NC PATRIOT says:

          And you and Howie will find Sessions RIGHT THERE beside POTUS—-where he has always been. Sessions supporters haven’t gone from this board. We have just let you detractors keep repeating yourselves incessantly——–because your blinders keep you from looking at anything but the RUSSIA thing.

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  2. citizen817 says:

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    • Paprika says:

      Speaking of irony…..

      So where is the NATO headquarters ? Belgium. And what is Belgium’s NATO defense spending rate? .90 % ….next to last on the list !

      Liked by 9 people

      • Ken says:

        To give this some perspective:

        The city of Phoenix (pop. 1.6M) spends more on trash pickup, police and other government services than Belgium (pop. 11.3M) spends on it’s entire military.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Ken says:

      Just to turn these percentages into $ values:

      Germany GDP (2016) = 3.467 trillion
      Germany defense spending (2016) at 1.24% = 43 billion

      USA GDP (2016) = 18.62 trillion
      USA defense spending (2016) at 3.57% = 664 billion (will approach 800 billion in 2019)

      By the way, our NYC local government has a budget that is nearly twice Germany’s entire defense budget… (link: http://www.govtech.com/biz/Top-20-US-Cities-By-Budget-and-Their-CIOs.html)

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      • H.R. says:

        wOw! NYC could buy a lot of black-painted broomsticks with that kind of money.

        Watch out, Germany. NYC is coming for ya and the battle will be fierce! We have battle-hardened Bloomingdale’s Spring Sale shoppers who are deadly in hand-to-hand combat. We have Walmart Black Friday shoppers for shock troops who fear no man and laugh at death. The 4th Reich has been cancelled.

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        • Paprika says:

          We need to hire Spring Sale and Black Friday shoppers to man our Southern Border!
          Mmmmm……or maybe just offer them great sale prices on whatever they want for one weeks tour.

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      • Chris says:

        Ken, Thank You ! .. using those percentages, and totals I can see our VSGPDJT trimming.
        ..finding the $$ needed to easily fund our southern wall .. MAGA!! America 1st !

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        • Ken says:

          Yeah, it wasn’t difficult to do the math. The GDP and city budget links are all there for anyone to look up. I am surprised that President Trump hasn’t tweeted something that means more to the average person (such as the comparisons that I just posted). Instead, they are sticking with using % of GDP. Doesn’t really hit home with most folks, does it?

          The City of Phoenix spends more than Belgium on it’s defense!!! That hits home with me.

          NYC spends more than Germany on it’s defense!!! That hits home with me.

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  3. rrick says:

    Where is Kellyanne Conway these days?

    Liked by 1 person

  4. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Feel good story of the day (sorry if this was discussed in yesterday’s thread; I did not see it):

    Bullied San Antonio teen gets a signed MAGA hat from President Trump:

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/07/12/whataburger-patron-bullied-for-wearing-maga-hat-gets-new-cap-signed-by-trump-report.html

    Liked by 8 people

  5. Dora says:

    Things are changing in Washington. 🙂

    =====

    Trump admin kicking unions out of free govt. office spaces: Pay rent or get out.

    While organized labor had a friend in former President Barack Obama, who stacked the National Labor Relations Board with career union labor lawyers, unions are now having a harder go at it under the Trump administration.

    In fact, unions accustomed to be provided free government office space to conduct their business are finding themselves with an option of either paying rent or being kicked to the curb.
    .
    https://www.bizpacreview.com/2018/07/11/trump-admin-kicking-unions-out-of-free-govt-office-spaces-pay-rent-or-get-out-653336

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    • snellvillebob says:

      Also the Union representatives in federal offices were paid by the US Government with a pension and spent 100% of their time working on union business. President Trump now requires them to spend at least 80% of their time doing the job they were hired to do.

      Liked by 10 people

    • StanH says:

      This is how you MAGA!

      Get’em Mr. President.

      Liked by 3 people

    • I guess they will just have to go up on their union dues to pay for the extra expense.

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    • Amy2 says:

      I am learning so much on this site! I am constantly amazed at how American Tax payers have been getting screwed for so long. We should/would not be trillions of dollars in debt if these many, many things had not been allowed. I also believe that the more money Americans have in their pocket, the more generous they are. Hopefully, when the dust settles, even more more tax cuts. I’d settle for the debt paid down. Energy independence and less debt are key. Good stuff. Thanks for sharing!

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    • Bendix says:

      Just because BO was friendly to union management, doesn’t mean he was supportive of union workers.
      The MSM doesn’t seem to get this.

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  6. Dora says:

    He is up to something.

    =======

    Rosenstein Asks Prosecutors to Help With Kavanaugh Papers in Unusual Request

    WASHINGTON — Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, has asked federal prosecutors to help review the government documents of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, according to a letter obtained by The New York Times on Wednesday.

    Mr. Rosenstein’s request was an unusual insertion of politics into federal law enforcement. While the Justice Department has helped work on previous Supreme Court nominations, department lawyers in Washington typically carry out that task, not prosecutors who pursue criminal investigations nationwide.

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  7. Dora says:

    Who will be next?

    Liked by 14 people

  8. Dora says:

    Yikes!

    Liked by 10 people

    • Bud Klatsch says:

      Someone said 1 Billion dollars. Why aren’t they in tents like the troops?

      Liked by 2 people

      • rrick says:

        They should be so lucky that their sensitive skin does not blister under the full spectrum florescent lights.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Patriot1783 says:

        With the majority money I bet coming from US.

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        • louche9 says:

          And how many U.S. citizens employed there?

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          • rrick says:

            My mother’s friend has a daughter. Daughter is married to a now ex U.S. Army General who has spent most of his military career assigned to NATO HG. In the last months of 2017 he resigned his commission and accepted a civilian advisory position with NATO. They have permanently settled in Brussels and forfeited their U.S. citizenship.

            They do not like America. The daughter came to America one last time to say goodbye to her mother. During that visit my mother was there. The daughter said she felt dirty and could not wait to get out of this stinking country.

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    • KBR says:

      Crooked buildings crooked org.

      Liked by 4 people

    • ivanthenuc says:

      Liberalism in a nutshell. Money is no object when you aren’t spending your own. Government bureaucrats live like kings and produce nothing but paper while we the people live paycheck to paycheck while producing the nations wealth.

      Liked by 4 people

      • wildsailor2018 says:

        Yup, like when Trump was trying to save the UN a lot of money on the renovations in NYC. The chosen contract was something like 80 million at the time (my memory is slippery) and 2 years and Trump pointed out that it could be less than 50 million in 1 year and charged the team with skimming some of those funds.The final bill was something like 200 million…all paid for by us taxpayers to line their putrid pockets. It was a big deal in the papers and the news stories can still be found online. He was pretty ticked about all that and that was WAY before tossing in his hat to run for office.

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    • Oldschool says:

      Having our under budget builder POTUS walking through THAT building, built with OUR money, by the elitists parasites, is Divine Alignment.

      Out of all the people in the world, the builder comes up to bat!

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      Lol, that’s great!!!😄👍👍👍 Perfect for the future home of the NATO Space Force.

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    • Deb says:

      Brutalist architecture. That sounds like a spoof name, but brutalist really is the name of the style. You can’t make this stuff up.

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      • You see Deb, in any organization, the higher your position (rank) the higher your office is located in the building.
        This Euro building for carpetbagging corruptocrats has more offices the higher you go, which is a perfect metaphor for what they are. Lots of chiefs with their snouts firmly in the trough, and not enough indians.

        This is also a perfect reflection of Euro societies. Lots of welfare takers, much less money makers.

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      • Donzo says:

        According to this article the style is Modern Baroque where as Brutalism is typically more austere. It was designed by an American firm. It looks like fingers intertwined, which isn’t a bad idea. Now if the EU interlopers would put their money where their mouth is…
        https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2003/feb/03/architecture.artsfeatures1

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        • Deb says:

          Modern Baroque? LMAO. They are rebranding the brutalist style, because everyone hates it. That’s what they do whenever there is a backlash, rebrand.

          “Washington has an amazing breadth of architecture, but the city’s government buildings of the 1960s and 1970s—the urban renewal era—are much maligned, and, quite frankly, I was tired of seeing Brutalist buildings top lists of DC’s ugliest. My goal in creating BrutalistDC was to advocate for an underappreciated set of buildings and to show them in ways that highlight their textural beauty.“

          We all just need to be re-educated to see the beauty in these ugly buildings. The rubes just don’t know what’s beautiful. No matter how much the elites laud brutalist buildings and no matter how many billions are spent to build them, people just don’t like them.

          http://brutalistdc.com

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          • piper567 says:

            Deb, PJW has a really good offering on Modern Architecture. Highly recommended…in his archives.
            I access him thru Molyneaux, as I refuse to click on Alex Jones.
            speaking of re-education propaganda.

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          • Donzo says:

            In any case, it isn’t Brutalism, not in the least, FWIW

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      • NickD says:

        Brutalism typically places a much higher emphasis on concrete and asymmetry than the NATO building does. “Brutalism” comes from the French word “beton brut” (raw concrete); interestingly, “brut” can also be translated as gross and unrefined

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    • Kaco says:

      How many offices are in that building? Is there a dedicated section to Climate Change or what?

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    • CorwinAmber says:

      yeah, that’s an edifice fit only for politicians…the NATO Military HQ in Mons is much more austere and nowhere near as fancy, as befits military quarters. I wish the President would visit Mons instead of hanging out with the poseurs in Brussels, but that’s just me

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    • Howzie says:

      Pussy Hat HQ. Here is a combat HQ.

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  9. getfitnow says:

    FTA – The red carpet will be rolled out for President Donald Trump when he arrives in Windsor Castle to meet the Queen on Friday. Trump will also be treated to a guard of honour at the monarch´s Berkshire residence. Buckingham Palace announced that the monarch will meet the US president and First Lady Melania Trump at the dais in the Quadrangle of the historic royal residence. A guard of honour, formed of the Coldstream Guards, will give a Royal Salute and the US national anthem will be played.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5941611/Donald-Trump-meet-Boris-visit-UK-says-ambassador.html

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  10. I heard this on fox too!

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  11. LOL!

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  12. lizzieintexas says:

    Trump just told a report he is a very stable genius – lol.

    It was during the presser he is giving right now. The reporter was from Croatia.

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  13. daughnworks247 says:

    Trump from NATO, smiling, “No, I’m a very stable genius.”
    OMG, I fell out of the chair.

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  14. cheekymeeky says:

    Here we go…

    Liked by 5 people

  15. daughnworks247 says:

    We need a Mick Mulvaney clone to worm around in NATO and save us some money.
    Yeah, we need a lot of Mick Mulvaney clones.

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    • Kaco says:

      Maybe he needs to move over to the EPA., if someone can take over the Budget when he’s done closing down the CFPB.

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    • EXACTLY.
      We should also be RUNNING NATO until the other members’ funding exceeds ours.

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    • snarkybeach says:

      Our local talk radio show host was on vacation and yesterday the LA AG was sitting in for him. What I didn’t know was AG Landry used to be a congressman so he was able to get Mick Mulvaney to call-in. Mulvaney talks about the reorganizing and streamlining of various agencies in furtherance of MAGA. He tells a funny story about one of his first jobs at a frozen pizza company and how both the FDA & USDA had regulations over pizza depending on what the toppings were. He also talks about splitting out various functions of Army Corps of Engineers to where they fit better (Dept of Transportation).

      The Mulvaney interview starts around 37:20.

      Bonus interview with Jeff Sessions starting at 55:10

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  16. daughnworks247 says:

    This presser is extraordinary.
    Never seen anything like this. We need to analyze the tape. Holy shitake mushrooms!!!!!!!!

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  17. Patriot1783 says:

    During presser in Brussels now there is a female reporter standing on a chair with hands up for last 10 minutes right in middle section, Potus ignoring her, hope he says something. Hah she was just grabbing for the audience mic.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      He just answered her, she was from Iraq. Very polite with the please and thank you so just too excited I guess being in the same room Potus and all 😄

      Potus totally charming the room, took questions from
      reporters of all over the world. Just before he left saying he hopes for
      “Peace all over the world.”

      He has won the media hearts from everywhere except our country and is basically shaming the US main stream media by doing these unscheduled press conferences 😄

      Liked by 18 people

    • Jlwary says:

      Do you have a Link? I want to watch lol

      Liked by 1 person

  18. wheatietoo says:

    Wow…just, wow.
    That presser.

    Our President just left a room full of reporters from all over the globe…and he left them speechless!

    That was amazing. A must see, when the video of it becomes available.

    You could tell that they were amazed at this man — he was nothing like they expecting.
    He floored them!

    I love our President!

    Liked by 19 people

    • Angry Dumbo says:

      A room full of reporters that will never rely on CNN again.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Ken says:

      I have never watched these types of pressers. Never. Until now.

      President Trump is masterful. He is personable. And he gets his point across in a way that the common person can both related to and understand. No slick political smooth talking. He used the same methods to communicate as two friends would do while talking to each other.

      On the negative, he wastes time talking about his election night (e.g. Wisconsin…) and keeps referring back to things that he is proud of. Ok, ok… I don’t think that this is necessary at this point. I wish he’d stay on topic and continue to hammer his vision forward, not reminisce about past events. But, who am I to diss the guy.

      Amazing video. He just continues to impress me. I truly believe he has a chance to go down on one of our world’s all time modern great leaders. Up there with Lincoln, Churchill, and Ghandi. Just my opinion. Time will tell.

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  19. G3 says:

    No other President like Trump. The most transparent leader and uniter— Bravo!

    Liked by 9 people

  20. youme says:

    Rosenstein has just ordered 279 federal prosecutors to dig up dirt on Kavanaugh. (3 from each of 93 offices)

    Even the NYT is shocked

    WASHINGTON — Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, has asked federal prosecutors to help review the government documents of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, according to a letter obtained by The New York Times on Wednesday.

    Mr. Rosenstein’s request was an unusual insertion of politics into federal law enforcement. While the Justice Department has helped work on previous Supreme Court nominations, department lawyers in Washington typically carry out that task, not prosecutors who pursue criminal investigations nationwide.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      This man is a moral hazard. He’s a wildly obvious crapweasel, liar and anti-Trump court conspirator. He’s also the de facto attorney general. I can only assume Trump has some reason for retaining him.

      Liked by 2 people

    • maggiemoowho says:

      Actually, this is good news that Rosenstein did this. We need to get Kavanaugh confirmed quickly and there is a lot of info that needs vetted fast. Rosenstein is doing something good here IMO.

      Liked by 1 person

      • NC PATRIOT says:

        5 years worth of documents from when he worked with President Bush……those papers have to be vetted for presidential confidentiality before they can be turned loose for the Dems to look over, Volumes of papers.

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  21. daughnworks247 says:

    Trump at NATO in one of the most extraordinary pressers I’ve ever seen.
    Bing – Georgia.
    Bing- Tunisia
    Bing – The Kurds
    Bing – Iraq
    Bing – Germany
    Bing – The UK
    Bing- Russia
    Bing – Romania
    Bing – North Korea – with Pompeo filling in too.
    Bing – holy shitake mushrooms
    I’ve never seen anything like that before.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      And the Brexit question…he hit that one out of the park.

      “That’s not for me to say. That’s up to the people of Britain.”

      Then he riffed about it for a while, and did great.

      Liked by 8 people

      • daughnworks247 says:

        The joke about ‘heartbreaking” versus “hard Brexit” was funny. He did well. Brought up the problems with immigration, probably the reason for Brexit, but ultimately it is the their issue, and “not for me to say”.
        Beautiful response.

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  22. Trump did press conf day 2! European press is much better!

    Liked by 4 people

  23. waltherppk says:

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  24. wheatietoo says:

    Found this video, just posted.

    Pres Trump’s Amazing Press Conference:

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  25. getfitnow says:

    Supply-Side Economics: Democrats scoffed at Republicans who said the Trump tax cuts would at least partially pay for themselves through higher economic growth. But it looks like the GOP had it right all along, as revenues climb. The latest monthly budget report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office finds that revenues from federal income taxes were $76 billion higher in the first half of this year, compared with the first half of 2017. That´s a 9% jump, even though the lower income tax withholding schedules went into effect in February.

    https://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/income-tax-revenues-trump-tax-cuts-economic-growth/

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    • waltherppk says:

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    • paulraven1 says:

      This shouldn’t be the least surprising. JFK articulated this cause-effect in 1960. He was correct then, as Reagan was in the 80s. Leftists simply cannot allow this truth to be acknowledged.

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    • Angry Dumbo says:

      The latest monthly budget report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office finds that revenues from federal income taxes were $76 billion higher in the first half of this year, compared with the first half of 2017. That´s a 9% jump, even though the lower income tax withholding schedules went into effect in February.

      Point well taken getfitnow. Tax cuts promote growth, growth is the only sustainable way to grow revenues.

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  26. youme says:

    Strozk plans to attack Congress. He will say words mean nothing…He is the new Master of the Universe and the smartest guy in the room.

    It’s Congress who are the traitors ( Full Alice in Wonderland…language as a weapon )

    Quotes:

    Agent Peter Strzok will take issue with President Trump’s characterizations of the Russia investigation in his testimony today. He will say: @This investigation is not politically motivated, it is not a witch hunt, it is not a hoax.”

    FBI Agent Peter Strzok will acknowledge that his text message criticism was “blunt” but will say it was not directed at any one person or political party

    FBI Agent Peter Strzok will tell House lawmakers today that political bias has never infected his work during his entire career

    “I have the utmost respect for Congress’s oversight role, but I truly believe that today’s hearing is just another victory notch in Putin’s belt and another milestone in our enemies’ campaign to tear America apart.”

    Agent Peter Strzok will tell say that he was one of few people who knew full details of Russian election interference in 2016. Says he had info that could have harmed Trump’s prospects. “But the thought of exposing that information never crossed my mind.”

    https://apnews.com/5cd36c766cf14f548bdaf050d1393d98

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Yeah ok Pete and after you have been given your chance to run your mouth the committee will bust you with the FACTS and proof of yours, Lisa Page and Andy McCabe’s seditious behavior.
      Enjoy your moment in the sun, it will be epic.

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    • youme says:

      “Says he had info that could have harmed Trump’s prospects.”

      Makes absolutely no sense.

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    • KBR says:

      IOW Peter Strzok plans to tell some whoppers.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      Sounds like someone has been coaching him on ‘How To Defend the Indefensible’.

      This is why I was hoping he wouldn’t get a public forum for his bullsht.
      He’s going to act all innocent and declare that he did it “for his country”.

      The Dem Enemedia is going to love him…and will proclaim this guy is a ‘hero’.
      It will be pukeworthy.

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      as a government official, he had a DUTY to expose the so called Russian election interference. If, in fact, he had proof, and did nothing to stop it shows he is either totally incompetent in his duties OR he himself was colluding with the Russians in order to ALLOW the interference to continue OR (and this is my choice) he’s full of it…

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    • rumpole2 says:

      The judicial process includes people who deny the charges that are laid before them, in fact most people plead “not guilty”. Most TELL LIES, deny the facts brought to bear against them (it’s called mounting a defense) . This ploy rarely works in a PROPER TRIAL in a Court of law, but it’s worth a crack in testimony before a Congressional Committee because it is just a stupid circus… a farce. Strzok needs to be investigated in a PROPER CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION the indicted so that his lies can be properly exposed by his testimony, and cross examination for hours at his trial. It is ridiculous to persist with these Congressional “probes” which end with nothing more than a Report.. and a “counter-report by idiots like Adam Schiff.

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    • Julia Adams says:

      What a bunch of malarkey! Liars always lie and when caught they tell more lies to lie their way out of trouble. Do not believe him. His attorney is betting that Rosenstein does nothing and refuses to prosecute Strzok. Today’s testimony is a legal gambit. This is all a game to these liberal monsters.

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    • Angry Dumbo says:

      Strzok and Page texts versus Strzok and Page testimony. Game on.

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    • Koot Katmando says:

      And he will get away with it. Sad.

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  27. Patriot1783 says:

    How sweet, lil Lisa Page has a new photo head shot out with glamour coiffed image to combat her true ratty looking ones. Someone should tell her you can always change the outer image but can’t change the inner.

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  28. NJF says:

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  29. Publius2016 says:

    NATO Press Conference was a home run!

    Liked by 2 people

  30. KBR says:

    Well, folks, the #Walkaway movement has garnered the attention of the leftists.

    Their response? They are all russiabots. No, I am not kidding.

    😂🤣😂🤣😜😂🤣🤣😜

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  31. StanH says:

    Man, Mr. Trump kills it again in his impromptu presser. He’s most fearless President I’ve ever witnessed. God Bless President Trump.

    MAGA! and again, and again…

    Liked by 4 people

  32. rashomon says:

    HA, HA, HA…The word from NATO is: we sent a bull to the EU and he is smashing china. Love it.

    Liked by 6 people

  33. gingergal says:

    I expect Sessions to run to the border or have some ‘tough’ new immigration policy now that he has been called out again by our President.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. daughnworks247 says:

    Giggle of the day, posted for our fav guy, Sundance.
    Look at this Treepers, we caught Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland running with the troops in Latvia.

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  35. KBR says:

    Merkel et al have very short memories, No?

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/2009/01/10/putin-makes-more-gas-deal-demands-as-european-hospitals-run-cold.html

    “The disruption of Russian gas supplies comes during a harsh winter. At least 11 people have frozen to death this week in Europe, including 10 in Poland, where temperatures have sunk to minus 13 F.

    Fifteen countries — Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Croatia, the Czech Republic, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Turkey — said their Russian supplies ceased Wednesday. Germany and Poland also reported substantial drops in supplies.”

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  36. G. Combs says:

    White Apple says @ July 12, 2018 at 1:01 am
    “As a former soybean farmer I can say farmer’s are the biggest cry-babies in the world. Government subsidies to farmers is just another word for welfare….”

    He says several other thing that I will also address. However let’s start with the ‘RICH FARMER’ Myth. Notice it is straight from Obama’s Commie Administration who was busy pushing the World Trade Organization’s Food Safety Modernization Act onto the USA. Had to make Farmers rich instead of operating at a net loss of ~$14,000 per farm per year to help gin up the anti farmer emotions.

    (Again from my old notes)

    An article from the LYING Obummer admin:
    “…On average, farm household income has been roughly comparable to the median for all U.S. households since the 1970s. In 2004, the most recent year for which comparable data exist, the average farm household had an annual net income of $81,480, while the average U.S. household netted $60,528. However, farm households that receive most of their income from farming experience more year-to-year fluctuations in household income than other households….” http://www.usda.gov/documents/FARM_FAMILY_INCOME.pdf

    AHHHhhh, I found out how the USDA has managed to turn the net loss into a net gain!
    In the USDA spread sheet it says: “The difference between returns-to-operators and net farm income is equivalent to the net rental value of farm operator dwellings” So “farm Income” includes the “the net rental value of farm operator dwellings”

    In 2008, average farm income was projected to be $89,434, but $75,805 of that is OFF-FARM income, that is nearly 85%. And as I commented earlier farm income also includes what ever the USDA decides is the ‘rental value’ of the farm house(s) (Many farms have a couple of houses for the younger generation too) so for the net ‘occupier income’ you are talking $13,629 MINUS the rental value.
    For a three bedrm house that is $1020 to $5,968 across the USA. link

    😠 😠 😠 😠 😠 😠 😠
    In other words the USDA was FLAT OUT LYING!
    😠 😠 😠 😠 😠 😠 😠

    Ag Census 2002 (2.2 million farms)
    Farms by value of sales…….Number of Farms
    Less than $2,500…………………….826,558
    $2,500 to $4,999……………………..213,326
    $5,000 to $9,999……………………..223,168
    $10,000 to $24,999………………….256,157
    $25,000 to $49,999………………….157,906
    $50,000 to $99,99…………………….140,479
    $100,000 to $499,99…………………240,746
    $500,000 or more……………………..70,642

    Note SALES is NOT earned income that can often be a loss. this is GROSS before input costs are subtracted.

    How in the world do you get “average farm household had an annual net income of $81,480″ when over 1.8 million farms are grossing UNDER $100,000 and 300,000 are grossing over $100,000.

    This was the actual state of affairs in 2000

    Congressional Record 106th Congress (1999-2000)
    http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?r106:S28MR0-0011:

    “…. In my State of Minnesota, family farm income has decreased 43 percent since 1996 and more than 25 percent of the remaining farms may not cover expenses for 2000. Every month more and more family farmers are being forced to give up their life’s work, their homes, and their communities…..

    …. unless we address the current trend of consolidation and vertical integration in corporate agriculture, nothing else we do to maintain the family size farms will succeed.

    The farm share of profit in the food system has been declining for over 20 years.

    From 1994 to 1998, consumer prices have increased 3 percent while the prices paid to farmers for their products has plunged 36 percent. Likewise, the impact of price disparity is reinforced by reports of record profits among agribusinesses at the same time producers are suffering an economic depression.

    In the past decade and a half, an explosion of mergers, acquisitions, and anti-competitive practices has raised concentration in American agriculture to record levels…..

    we have an honest to goodness depression in agriculture. We have the best people in the world working 20 hours a day who are being spit out of the economy. We have record low income, record low prices, broken dreams and lives, and broken families.

    We had close to 3,000 farmers who came here last week. It was riveting. It was pouring rain, but they were down on The Mall. We had 500 farmers from Minnesota. Most all of them came by bus. They don’t have money to come by jet. Many of them are older. They came with their children and grandchildren. They did not come here for the fun of it. They came here because the reality is, this will be their last bus trip. They are not going to be able to come to Washington to talk about agriculture. They are not going to be farming any longer. These family farmers are not going to be farming any longer unless we deal with the price crisis.

    Right now, the price of what they get is way below the cost of production. Only if you have huge amounts of capital can you go on. People eating at the dinner table are doing fine. The IVVs, and the Con-Agras and big grain companies are doing fine. But our dairy and crop farmers and livestock producers are going under…..

    That is my cry as a Senator from Minnesota from the heartland of America.”

    So much for the USDA’s view that ‘Farm income’ has increased

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    • MM says:

      As a small family farmer TY G.Combs for posting this………
      I don’t have time to cry I have work to do, nor have I ever taken any government money…
      It’s feast or famine and Mother nature rules!

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    • Jenny R. says:

      Watch out, this is the farm lobby’s new method of attacking the administration’s tariffs on China: China has gone for placing huge tariffs on our ag products, knowing full well the farm lobby would squeal like stuck pigs.
      That is because most of our agra business has been heavily invested in by the Chinese…and since they run the ag lobby and can rely on the farmers to be their useful idiots (yes, harsh, but it’s true: my family farmed as well….and we lost all of our farmland thanks to the stupidity of some of my family members who bought into whatever the ag biz lobby said to them…they should have listened to my grandfather, who told them not to and to be careful, avoiding easy credit and taking fed subsidies and monoculturing of production (he managed to not only hold land during the Depression but gain some during the 40s, a hard feat for a man whose family was bankrupted in thanks to an alcoholic father and older brother)…he told that to a lot of people….nobody listened…and all of them have basically lost their shirts).

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Thank you for this post!

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    • Jim in TN says:

      G.Combs, I write this to help inform you how people lie with true numbers, not to detract from you. And you have my understanding.

      If you had 1000 people, 999 of whom made nothing and 1 made $1,000,000, then their average income is $1000. Their median income is $0. The 999 paupers would share your feelings when they hear about how they averaged $1,000 in income.

      In that Ag Census you list, there are 2,128,982 farms. The median would be 1,064,491 or 1,064,492. That sits 24,607 or 24,608 from the bottom of the $5,000-$9,999 sales range. So 59% of all farms made less than $10,000 in sales, and the median sits somewhere near $6,000.

      But when you average all sales from all 2 million farms, you by definition are including the 70,000+ farms that are making over $500,000. I don’t have the numbers, but if those rich farms averaged $1,000,000 in sales, then those farms alone, (like my 1 millionaire example) would contribute $33,181 to the average sales of all the farms.

      I do not know what games are used to beef up the net income figures, especially since lots of those government subsidy checks are mailed to Park Avenue, but you have made a good argument that 85% is Off Farm Income.

      I would also recommend being careful about mixing 2002 census data with 2008 income data, but this is hard to do when using government reported data and even harder to do when relying on others to summarize the data for you.

      And never forget that each source of data has an agenda and, even when honest, is cherry picking how they present the data to support that agenda. Average and median are both standard, well defined terms, but they tell such different stories. Shucks, take Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and you, and both the median and the average would make you look like a billionaire.

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  37. duchess01 says:

    News | The White House – 07/11/2018

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/news/

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  38. G. Combs says:

    White Apple then talks of leaving Farmers to the tender mercies of ‘Market Forces’ Just like American factory Workers were left to the tender mercies of ‘Free Trade.’ Nice sound bite if you don’t bother to look into the weeds.

    “….Market driven crops gives the farmer opportunity to get out of the “ghetto”….”
    ……….

    ‘Market Forces’ in farming are just like the ‘Market Forces’ in the media — they are all sewn-up by the Big Boys.

    It is called a Monopsony. Farmers get ONE buyer who sets the price they will pay to the farmer. PERIOD. This is especially true with grains or cattle that can not be marketed direct to the consumer. The privately held corporations Cargill, Louis Dreyfus, Andre, and Bunge control 90% of the world grain market. There are now less than ten corporations OWNING 80% of the food supply and they are now vertically integrating from owning the farms to owning the shipping fleets to owning the processing.

    Again from my old notes:

    The only reason farmland is going up in price is because BIG MONEY is moving into food and that should scare the ever-lovin’ daylights out of everyone! The Great American Bubble Machine, Goldman Sachs and their newest target FOOD How Goldman Gambled on Starvation…The story of how some of the richest people in the world – Goldman, Deutsche Bank, the traders at Merrill Lynch, and more – have caused the starvation of some of the poorest people in the world.

    Being Like Soros in Buying Farmland Reaps Annual Gains of 16%
    h t t p://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-08-10/being-like-soros-in-buying-farm-land-lets-investors-reap-16-annual-gains.html

    Credit Suisse: The Hunt for Land Has Already Started
    h t t ps://infocus.credit-suisse.com/app/article/index.cfm?fuseaction=OpenArticle&aoid=284894&coid=162&lang=EN

    Rothschild cashes in by Investing in Farmland
    h t t p://davidgarnerconsulting.wordpress.com/2010/03/17/rothschild-cashes-in-by-investing-in-farmland/

    The question of course is WHY?
    The Long Answer is the Committee on Economic Development just after WW II decided to get rid of America’s family farms. The other goal was to get rid of grain reserves so the financial traders could play.

    April, 2008 Financial Speculators Reap Profits From Global Hunger
    h t t p://www.countercurrents.org/steinberg280408.htm

    April 2009 Corporations are still making a killing from hunger
    h t t p://www.grain.org/article/entries/716-corporations-are-still-making-a-killing-from-hunger

    The shorter term answer is Dan Amstrutz VP of Cargill and later a Goldman Sachs partner wrote the 1995 World Trade Organization Agreement on Agriculture (WTO AoA) that underlies the Food Safety Modernization Act.

    A year later he wrote the 1996 farm bill called “Freedom to Fail” That bill completely redid US Agriculture, got rid of US strategic grain reserves and the depression era farm policies. (Please Read)

    Remember the privately held corporations Cargill, Louis Dreyfus, Andre, and Bunge control 90% of the world grain market and that is who Amstutz was working for. Heck they even started an AWARD in his name!
    “Throughout his very successful career Dan Amstutz represented and championed ideas and goals of NAEGA membership” While working in the USDA and as a trade negotiator Amstutz represented the goals of the grain traders, you can’t get much more blunt than that.
    h t t p://www.naega.org/amstutz/index.shtml

    Secretary of Agriculture Earl Butz engineered a massive grain sale to the Soviets in 1972 and the Soviets essentially bought up the U.S. grain reserve. (h t t p://thebeginningfarmer.blogspot.com/2008/07/get-big-or-get-out.html) Butz pushed to deregulate the corn market by dismantling supply management policies, selling off government storage bins used for grain reserves. The huge excess of corn lead to consolidation and factory farming of pigs, poultry and cattle and the introduction of high fructose corn syrup in just about every part of the US diet. (Without cheap government subsidized grain factory farming is more expensive that pasture raised.)
    The 1996 ‘Freedom to Fail’ in addition to bankrupting a large number of US and third world farmers (pg 10 of h t t p://documents.foodandwaterwatch.org/doc/FarmBill101Report.pdf) also did away with the US Strategic Grain Reserves much to the glee of the financial and grain traders.

    The July 22, 2008 letter to President Bush – remember the food riots in over 30 countries in 2008?

    Recently there have been increased calls for the development of a U.S. or international grain reserve to provide priority access to food supplies for Humanitarian needs. The National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) and the North American Export Grain Association (NAEGA) strongly advise against this concept..Stock reserves have a documented depressing effect on prices… and resulted in less aggressive market bidding for the grains.
    h t t p://www.naega.org/images/pdf/grain_reserves_for_food_aid.pdf

    The letter and other pressure worked the USA no longer has a strategic grain reserve. We are one bad season away from starvation, especially if China keeps buying up farms in other countries as well as the USA.
    September 21, 2012 Want food security? Bring back a national grain reserve
    h t t p://articles.latimes.com/2012/sep/21/opinion/la-oe-kaufman-food-hunger-drought-20120921

    Food shortfalls predicted: 2008
    The agricultural sector was one of the areas we found most attractive in 2007. We expect that will remain the case. Long term global price and demand trends remain positive…

    In summary, we have record low grain inventories globally as we move into a new crop year. We have demand growing strongly. Which means that going forward even small crop failures are going to drive grain prices to record levels. As an investor, we continue to find these long term trends…very attractive.
    h t t p://www.financialsense.com/fsu/editorials/dancy/2008/0104.html

    And by the same outfit: Investing in Farmland: 4 Ways to Play the Agricultural Boom
    h t t p://www.financialsense.com/contributors/jerry-robinson/investing-farmland-four-ways-play-agricultural-boom

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    • Good news: President Trump just launched a government-wide Task Force On MARKET INTEGRITY and CONSUMER FRAUD.

      https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/executive-order-regarding-establishment-task-force-market-integrity-consumer-fraud/

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      • G. Combs says:

        I am SOOOOooo glad to hear that. President Reagan listened to the Robber Barons and allowed consolidation and Leveraged Buyouts of American Corporations instead of using our anti-trust laws. Debt free midsized American corporations were ‘bought’ with Bankster Fiat Funny money and raped for their actual wealth. SEE: http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc1/TakeoversandLeveragedBuyouts.html

        America was quietly sold off piece by piece.

        Statistics (courtesy of Bridgewater) showed in 1990,before WTO was ratified, Foreign ownership of U.S. assets amounted to 33% of U.S. GDP. By 2002 this had increased to over 70% of U.S. GDP. http://www.fame.org/HTM/greg%20Pickup%201%2010%2003%20report.htm

        This is a sampling of the industries with over 50% foreign ownership, according to Source Watch http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Foreign_ownership_of_U.S._corporations

        * Sound recording industries – 97%
        * Commodity contracts dealing and brokerage – 79%
        * Motion picture and sound recording industries – 75%
        * Metal ore mining – 65%
        * Wineries and distilleries – 64%
        * Database, directory, Book and other publishers – 63%
        * Cement, concrete, lime, and gypsum product – 62%
        * Engine, turbine and power transmission equipment – 57%
        * Rubber product – 53%
        * Nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing – 53%
        * Plastics and rubber products manufacturing – 52%
        * Other insurance related activities – 51%
        * Boiler, tank, and shipping container – 50%
        * Glass and glass product – 48%
        * Coal mining – 48% [/ex]

        A real eye opener isn’t it. But it gets worse. The Department of Homeland Security says 80% of our ports are operated by Foreigners and they are buying and running US bridges and toll roads. h t t p://www.alabamaeagle.org/issues.asp?action=form&formID=2105&recordID=131006

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    • America First says:

      Thank you for providing such well-sourced information.

      I remember watching it happen, as family farms were bought out in northern MO by huge industries. Lots of people tried to raise the alarm to no avail.

      During the dust bowl years one of my grandfathers lost the farm – twice – but he worked at it until he dropped dead. My other grandparents ran a large dairy farm and during the depression they were often paid by some type of in-kind (how Grandma got her piano), if at all.

      An additional problem I recall was the high estate tax. Farmers epitomize the “cash poor land rich,” and the value of the land caused many to have to sell some or all of their farms to pay the death taxes. Congress finally acted to ameliorate this problem, as usual, too little too late.

      Even if they kept the farm they had to do things the big government way. Just to be allowed to label milk as having come from non-hormone treated cows turned into major skirmish . Try to buy raw milk for your own purposes.

      There has been a war on the family farmer for a long time.

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  39. wheatietoo says:

    Live Feed — Pres Trump just landed in England.

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  40. Charlotte says:

    UPDATE: Stormy Daniels Arrested at Strip Performance in Ohio, Accused of Fondling Undercover Female Officer

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/07/breaking-stormy-daniels-arrested-at-strip-performance-in-ohio/

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  41. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Official White House video of the incredible NATO press conference the president gave today

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  42. Dora says:

    I’m in New York and I didn’t even realize that this man was so dumb!

    Liked by 1 person

  43. trump arrival in london

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  44. NJF says:

    Lol

    Liked by 1 person

    • MIKE says:

      Stormy Daniels, “busted” (ahem)- sleazeball Avenatti claims set-up; which I believe. I believe sleazeball lawyer set the incident up to try and put her name back in the news.
      Funds must be running low.
      Sleazy Layer [sic] needs to have license revoked.

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    • Guyski says:

      She is a business women. It is her responsibilty to be informed of all state laws that pertain to her business. Ignorance is no excuse.

      Liked by 2 people

      • G3 says:

        They didn’t arrest Ms. Stephanie Clifford in costume? They let her put a pant suit on for her arrest. How nice for her.

        Lisa Page sent out a sparkling new photo,wearing a pantsuit, to the News Agencies to use. Interesting.

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    • Kaco says:

      Why in the world is she dancing in Columbus, Ohio of all places? Swing state politics?

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    • Oldschool says:

      Guess she’s out of the #metoo club.

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  45. Donzo says:

    The failure of most EU nations to pay their fair share for the defense of their own existence is a pretty good metaphor for the failure of western civilization.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      I think it exposes the Globalist Plan of world governance. NATO is part of the Grand Game where US is bled dry while “the enemy” is funded by the EU countries…throughout the Cold War, UK France and West Germany funded the Soviets.

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  46. Dora says:

    Please pray for the president’s safety.

    =======

    Trump UK visit: Ring of steel erected in Regents Park to keep protesters away from US president

    Demonstrators pledge to keep US leader awake for the night by banging pots, drums, and vuvuzelas

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/trump-uk-visit-protests-regents-park-us-president-london-ambassador-winfield-house-residence-a8443761.html

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  47. Chris Four says:

    Another day at ICE Portland

    Liked by 2 people

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