October 11th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #630

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1,482 Responses to October 11th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #630

  1. Troublemaker10 says:

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  2. DebbieUK says:

    Im no Kanye West fan ,but its amazing to watch the left tying itself up in knots over his decision to step off the democrat plantation..
    In the past and being black , he was their hero especially in UK.
    Often other black people are responsible for stopping their peers from participating in what they call white society. They sold out to the colonials etc.. Its tragic holding back people in fear.

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    • rashomon says:

      Mr. West seems quite serious about attacking the problem of Chicago’s violence in the black community and associated prison population. He also has invested in restoring the Avalon Regal Theater, once a beautiful entertainment venue for the south side of the the city. Don Lemon and his buddies could get off their chairs in the front of the camera and give back something to their communities rather than flapping their mouths and ridiculing those making an effort.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      I hope that every black American sees this for exactly what it is…the Democrats are the bigoted people. The masks are being ripped off all over the place and their hateful souls are exposed. VOTE REPUBLICAN. Our country depends on it. It is now America vs. Democrat/leftist lawlessness. That simple.

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      • thetrain2016 says:

        There are bigger problems than just leaving the “plantation”. Many blacks realizing, to learn, work hard and to build a solid family is the American way, but still won’t vote Republican. They just won’t vote, period. I know that from personal experience. When someone grew up on the “plantation”, somehow has the “doubt cell” injected into the brain. It takes generations to erase that hesitation. Public schools make it even harder, because these folks have children subjected to the leftist indoctrination… Very complicated issue.

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        • piper567 says:

          train,
          there are an awful lot of black folks airing #WalkAway videos expressing their refusal to accept the very syndrome you describe.
          To imagine even some blacks suffer a common inability to recognize the truth is not so cool.

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        • Sandra says:

          Almost weekly (daily???) I read about some ludicrous evil thing a teachers saying and doing. How do the kids stand a chance? Still can’t get over the chorus of youngster singing “Love you Obama”. Now those young people wear black with black masks and carry clubs.

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        • Bendix says:

          Part of the problem is that so many Republicans were/are such condescending, supercilious, snobby elitist snots.
          If I don’t like them, some black person who goes to work every day but still can’t make ends meet isn’t going to like them, for sure.
          Barack and Democrats didn’t do anything for them, neither did Bush.

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    • Fish and hunt says:

      It’s been going on for years, but no one has had the platform or clout to challenge that Kanye has, and that’s what scares them. He’s still wildly popular amongst blacks. His album sales are still through the roof.

      For years you had people like Thomas Sowell, Ben Carson, Clarence Thomas, Walter William’s called Uncle Tom’s. In spite of their position, none held the cultural icon status of Kanye. It’s not stopping either. This past summer Cowboys QB Dak Prescott was called “boy” for his refusal to toe the racial line in regards to kneeling for the National Anthem.

      Kanye could be a transformative figure for our nation in all honesty, but he’d better watch his 6. He has to know they will stop at nothing to destroy him.

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    • Sandra says:

      My generation spent a lifetime eliminating segregation. What an irony watching our “educated” liberals trying and succeeding in putting segregation back. Look at France, England, Sweden etc. There are areas that cannot be policed because of segregation
      This comment is not based on race; it’s based on personal safety. I hate having to be so aware.

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  3. Harry Lime says:

    Tucker’s excellent opening about WaPo denying the existence of Left Wing ‘mob’ violence. Apparently we’re all imagining what we see with our own eyes…

    …and CNN’s Brooke (pinhead) Baldwin banning the ‘M’ Word on her fake news show.

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  4. Julia Adams says:

    Have you noticed how the Fox News folks keep saying the Kavanaugh confirmation process has unified the GOP? Hopefully it has, but to me it’s even more basic than political posturing and pre-election forecasting. Those filthy, inglorious Democratic B-tards attacked Brett Kavanaugh in front of his beautiful wife and children. Not good.

    Those tactics provoked a terrible anger in me that I have never before felt so strongly about – it nearly overwhelmed me. I was shocked by the tactics and lies on full display by the Democrats on the Senate Judicial Committee. They are never to be trusted again with power. Never. My love of Trump and Trumpism is solid. We must throw the liberal bums out.

    I was emotional when DJT during the swearing in ceremony turned to his new justice’s daughters, apologized and reassured them that their father is a great and honorable man. My heart Is with those 2 little girls and Mrs. Kavanaugh. This insane, liberal, Marxist behavior stops on November 6th. Vote!

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    • You have expressed quite eloquently what a lot of people are feeling about Brett Kevenaugh and what his family went through. This cannot stand for as we as a country must be a nation of laws and civil discourse. What we are witnessing from the Dems is Civil Disobedience…Rule of Law MUST be returned…

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      • Dutchman says:

        Actually, what we are experiencing is UNCIVIL disobedience. Yet another hijack by leftists, as there is a long tradition of Civil disobedience, in this nations history, and worldwide. Henry David Thorou, Ghandi, Martin Luther King.

        None word masks, topped over and burned cars, vandalised store fronts, or did violence of this sort to prevent others from excercising THEIR civil rights to free speech and assembly.

        So, just to be clear, what we are seeing is NOT “CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE”, it is yet another hijack and denigration.

        Don’t buy into their bullshit, as there is NOTHING ‘Noble’about what they are doing, and there IS a certain mobility to TRUE civil disobedience.,..IMHO.

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    • rashomon says:

      What in the heck is wrong with these academic institutions? Now the U. of North Carolina is nominating Ford for a distinguished alunma award to coming forward about Justice Kavanaugh!!!!! {{{arghhh!}}}

      Is this an extension of a trophy for participation? As in participating in one of the most flagrant attempts to ruin a person’s name with absolutely no proof? The woman should be sued for defamatioin and publicly disgraced for taking part in this charade.

      A few Senators could be added to those up for censure for expanding the charges beyond Ford’s original complaint to that of being a rapist and drunk, which were NEVER part of her accusations.

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      • WSB says:

        Indeed. This is so out of control. People should spend a minute to call or write the university. Let them know.

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      • StanH says:

        It is perfectly emblematic of the demise of higher learning, critical thinking for an emotions based education, This is perhaps one of the largest problems this country faces and if not corrected will relegate the USA to the back bench in innovation, perhaps that’s the point of the dumbing down of America?

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        • At one time universities were about education. Apologies for a long post, but a true blast from the past:
          What is Critical thinking: William Graham Sumner -1906
          “…The examination and test of propositions of any kind which are offered for acceptance, in order to find out whether they correspond to reality or not. The critical facility is a product of education and training. It is a mental habit and power. It is a prime condition of human welfare that men and women should be trained in it. It is our only guarantee against delusion, deception, superstition, and misapprehension of ourselves and our earthly circumstances.
          Education is good just so far as it produces well-developed critical faculty….A teacher of any subject, who insists on accuracy and a rational control of all processes and methods, and who holds everything open to unlimited verification and revision, is cultivating that method as a habit in the pupils. Men educated in it cannot be stampeded… They are slow to believe. They can hold things as possible or probable in all degrees, without certainty and without pain. They can wait for evidence and weigh evidence… They can resist appeals to their dearest prejudices. Education in the critical faculty is the only education of which it can be said that it makes good citizens.”
          Derived from: Sumner, W. G. (1940). Folkways : A study of the sociological Importance of Usages, Manners, Customs, Mores, and Morals, New York: Ginn and Co. pp632, 633.
          In recent times critical thinking has been eroded in concept with the introduction of “is the outcome fair” resulting in a slide from evidence based to emotional “reasoning”.

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          • Doppler says:

            👍 great quote. Marxism, I believe, is a con game designed to temporarily suspend critical thinking, replace it with political correctness, mob violence along natural fault lines in the target society. To be replaced by totalitarian rule by a new elite who allow no dissent, no free thinking. “Why are you wrong.” My torts professor sometimes asked, forcing the student to shift gears and articulate opposing arguments.

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      • Concerned Virginian says:

        So you’ll love this:
        Washington and Lee University in Virginia is going to remove portraits of George Washington and Robert E. Lee in battle uniforms that are in the chapel and REPLACE them with portraits of the same but in CIVILIAN dress. IN addition, the “statue room” will have the doors closed during “university events” (presumably including protests).
        The Board of Directors also voted to change the names of several university buildings to reflect contributions by women and by African-Americans to the university.
        The entire article is a testament to how pervasive is the infection of PC even at formerly staid, small college campuses.
        http://www.dailyprogress.com/
        Look on the right of the main page under “Most Popular” article listings.

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        • andrew1979 says:

          i had a real good friend that went to W&L and i visited him many times during his tenure there… this is an utterly astounding turnaround they have made in the last 25 years. been building for a while and it just keeps moving on. almost positive if this way of thinking continues they will change the name of the place pretty soon.

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      • dougofthenorth says:

        This is exactly what happens when we do not prosecute crimes. 2dford has just started her career path, prolly all laid out for her before she stepped up to the plate against hav.
        This is sad and shameful indeed!!.

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      • Sentient says:

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      • Fish and hunt says:

        UNC has long been a liberal bastion. Not surprised at all. The problem is this is prominent at the majority of colleges and universities. Many alums of 20 years ago or more can barely recognize the school’s they graduated from

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      • Which campus of UNC is doing that?

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      • amanda4321 says:

        We the people have to expose this HOAX.

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    • be says:

      There was so much love in that room during the swearing in ceremony. We could feel it

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      Yes, Julia. That’s why CNN’s “63% women favor Dems” is BS.

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    • Kristin says:

      Hear hear Julia!!

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    • mireilleg says:

      Yes we need to vote. Keep pushing friends to vote, but don’t think for one second that’s the victory we are going to get at the booth will stop them. Remember 2010 Obama said he took a shellacking that certainly did not stop him from his destruction.

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    • dallasdan says:

      Your words are golden. Thanks for sharing your thoughts so eloquently.

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  5. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    I don’t know if the market is being manipulated or not. However, I do recall that when the Dow tanked in February 2018 an insider sent a tip to the SEC that the VIX index (volatility) was being manipulated. The VIX is related to the Chicago Board Of Exchange, I believe. Chicago.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2018/02/13/vix-gauge-volatility-being-manipulated-claims-whistleblower-letter-sec/333119002/

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  6. Troublemaker10 says:

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  7. distracted2 says:

    Am I the last person to know that Susan Rice’s son is President of the College Republicans at Stanford? And he was assaulted recently by a crazy far-left girl at a pro-Kavanaugh rally???

    I’m glad he’s okay. He was hurt and is filing charges.

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  8. distracted2 says:

    President Trump is calling in to Fox & Friends at 8am eastern.

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  9. Troublemaker10 says:

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  10. starfcker says:

    George Washington University researchers are reporting that nearly 75,000 people have been killed by Hurricane Michael

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  11. Arrest Soros says:

    Below is RR response to Congressional Committee about that last FISA signed by him in June 2017, long after DJT was sworn in.

    We sit down with a team of attorneys from the Department of Justice. All of whom review that and provide a briefing for us for what’s in it. And I’ve reviewed that one in some detail, and I can tell you the information about that doesn’t match with my understanding of the one that I signed.

    I surmise that the one RR signed expands the monitoring to include the crooks who used FISA to spy on the Trump campaign. But this can’t be revealed, especially to the DIMMS on the committee and their MSM allies who would have a field day with it and discredit it.

    If the crooks at the FBI 7th floor (almost all of them now fired or resigned) can use FISA to spy on Trump, what’s to say the same 2 hop provisions can’t be used to spy on the crooks themselves?
    POTUS knows what’s in those FISA warrants. He can see them unredacted anytime he wants.
    If RR had signed a FISA to spy on Trump THE PRESIDENT, then Trump would release that FISA warrant and rightly fire RR without repercussions.
    The fact that RR is still there, the fact that RR recommended Comey be fired, McCabe be fired and charged etc etc tells me that RR is working for Trump.
    Whether RR was always a white hat or a black hat turned white is irrelevant. RR is working for Trump.

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    • JasonD says:

      Your logic is rock solid.

      Plus Trump WANTED a SC to nail the SOB’s – and Rosie gave it to him. See Lester Holt interview – he all but spells it out.

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  12. Dora says:

    In case anyone is wondering what Steve Bannon is up to these days.

    ==

    STEVE BANNON’S EUROPEAN MOVEMENT

    Is Europe’s new populist movement exclusively a rightwing phenomenon, or does it seek to unite anti-establishment forces of all stripes? This is the first question I ask Steve Bannon about his new project, The Movement, a foundation that hopes to unite populist forces across the continent. His answer is clear: “Absolutely, Italy is the best example of what we’d like to achieve.” The Movement wants to unify all anti-establishment factions and transcend the left-right dichotomy to fight the “party of Davos”—the financial, managerial, and cultural elite which has been running the Western world into the ground.

    https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2018/10/steve-bannons-european-movement

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  13. paulraven1 says:

    Any further word about those so-called investigations of Feinstein or Booker, or of perjury charges against Ford? Right. Just like those “criminal referrals.” Nada. Meanwhile the Left continues after Kavanaugh. We bury the hatchet, they sharpen and keep swinging theirs.

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    • dawg says:

      They’ve evidently determined that keeping up the fight against Kavanaugh keeps their fringe base enthused. But they are in the minority. The majority of the country supported Kavs confirmation. They are doubling down on stupid. We will just keep defending him and reaping the benefits.

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    • oldschool says:

      We never picked up the hatchet to bury it. We use brooms and rugs, and when the sweeping is done, jump in the car for a brontosaurus burger. We seem to be stuck in a victimhood mentality, giving up our power and opting for complaining.

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  14. Arrest Soros says:

    Too funny

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      Hilarious article.

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    • mireilleg says:

      I believe it. I have 2 grandchildren both liberals. One says totally stupid things has no way to defend his positions, just parrots the last facebook cnn crap and get angry when confronted. He will not bother voting it’s beneath him, he is not even registered, the other one is registered democrat because “her friends”. She also says stupid things but usually punctuate them with statements like “I don’t really know what I’m talking about”, “I’ll probably change my mind in a year or so”. She will not vote either.

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  15. Troublemaker10 says:

    They are digging up stuff not helpful to Joe Manchin.

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  16. Rynn69 says:

    Thank you to the Republican leadership that ensured a good and decent man with untouchable credentials now wears a black robe on the highest court in the land:

    VSGPDJT – President Trump: Thank you for everything, and breaking through the media’s censorship through omission. There is no doubt you are the right leader at the right time.

    Sen. Mitch McConnell: Thank you! A strong, steady and effective leader on the judges without question. This will definitely be your legacy. Outstanding pushback on the Senate floor that wowed us. Your confidence was reassuring to us all. Superb!

    Sen. Lindsey Graham – Speaking for us all when we watched a good and decent man and his family endure the most despicable character assassination on the national stage. We all were watching and you said for us what we were screaming inside to say. Brave!

    Sen. Chuck Grassley: For your leadership on the Judiciary Committee and understanding the importance of fighting back.

    Sen. Susan Collins: For recognizing the importance of innocent until proven guilty, for actually researching a candidate’s credentials and vetting them by using common sense judgement, and for the excellent speech that brought closure.

    And to all the rest of the Senators on the Judiciary Committee and Senate.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      Repeal Obamacare and fund the wall. Confirming Kavanaugh was their baseline job, their fundamental moral obligation. Not calling out and defeating this outburst of Stalinism at this critical moment would have been a total abandonment of their country. They never would have recovered, and they know it. But in a way, they have allowed this madness to reach the point it has. If they’d been vigorously calling out, defining, fighting Stalinism all along, we wouldn’t be here, the Left wouldn’t have this kind of power. So let’s see them fight the Left not just on the high-profile, once-in-a-decade conflicts, but in the everyday struggle.

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    • Too bad those Senators do not support ALL of the President’s agenda.

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    • oldschool says:

      The senators on the judiciary, provided the stage and the actors for this freak show. This was a completed and closed process and the “good senators” re-opened it for the likes of a leftist flame thrower and her mob. The senators get NO applause from me. Start confirming POTUS nominees and I will be impressed.

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      • mireilleg says:

        The country benefited by seeing them in action. It may not have been the most pleasant week but we lasted 8 years under Obama, we can outlast the dust and blinding lights while the cleanup is not pretty.

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      • Flashman says:

        The Judicial Committee, the Senate and the President in these last 20 months nominated and confirmed more Conservative Judges then at any time in at least the last 50 years. They are doing a great job. If it took an extra week to do; it is just the process of a legislative body trying to get a majority to go forward; so be it. We were not there, and do not know all the details of what was going on. The Senate is not a single individual but many. The individuals that Rynn69 listed did their job and deserve our praise.

        The idea that the Senate should rubber stamp all from the President is wrong. We are the majority party now, as part of being that we will have a more diverse coalition. If you like strict dogma to follow there is the minority party; and as it gets smaller they will be more strict in following it. Our problem is we are a small majority in the Senate, the proof is the record number of tie votes our VPOTUS has cast 6 the first year, and another 3 so far this year; for a total of 9. Joe Biden did not cast any.

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  17. HB says:

    I woke up early this morning and decided to watch the Erie rally. That is alot of excitement. It’s hard to imagine the Democratic party not getting stomped into oblivion.

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  18. Troublemaker10 says:

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  19. Arrest Soros says:

    Very interesting thread on McCabe and RR

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  20. Dora says:

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  21. Troublemaker10 says:

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  22. Henry says:

    First cases were in MN, then CO the last two days and now WA.
    Multiple Washington Children Hospitalized With Rare, Mysterious Polio-Like Illness That Causes Paralysis
    https://breaking911.com/developing-multiple-washington-children-hospitalized-with-rare-mysterious-polio-like-illness-that-causes-paralysis/

    couldn’t have anything to do with refugees…..

    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2018/10/10/first-fy19-refugees-arrive-mostly-africans-distributed-to-12-states/

    uh huh

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      Yessir. Radio news reports I heard overnight all have the medical establishment pointing to “possible links to viruses or bacterial infections”, making it sound like the kids just pick stuff up from the air. Yeah.

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      • Kristin says:

        When I immigrated in 1986 the USA requested current lung X-Rays plus all other evidence I was fit to be accepted by Immigration.
        Those were the days.

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        • Concerned Virginian says:

          And when my Irish grandmother came (legally) to the U.S. in 1901, she had to have with her a certificate of good health from the doctor back in County Mayo; PLUS, she was examined upon getting off the boat by an American doctor who issued a health certificate to her (she passed the exam). ONLY THEN was she allowed to move forward to the lines where THEN she had to prove, with letters from them, the facts that she had a “useful occupation” to support herself for her new life in America (she was a seamstress), and that she had “near relatives” already here who were SPONSORING her (her brother and her uncle); then she was required to SWEAR to uphold the Constitution and laws of the United States. THEN she was allowed to leave the port of entry area and over to where her relatives were waiting.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      How’d you like to be the one African to end up in Maine. We’re not in Kansas anymore, Toto.

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  23. k4jjj says:

    I am concerned that President Trump is reluctant to remove and punish those domestic and foreign persons actively involved in attempting an overthrow of our elected president. This is not a Trump business property in which he alone decides what is in his best interests. This is OUR country and OUR constitution. Publicly exposing everyone involved in this seditious plot is not a purely PERSONAL matter. It is crucial to our nation’s survival.

    I am sure a major component of exposing the plot involves proof of direct involvement by the British, the Australians, the Canadians and New Zealanders who made no secret of their disdain for the American people electing Donald Trump as president. I was in Australia in October 2016 and I saw and heard the anger and anxiety of many with respect to Donald Trump. A full exposure would demonstrate these other countries are not our “friends” when it comes to the leadership choices of American voters when supposedly “allied” foreigners disagree with those choices.

    It also involves betrayal of our constitutional system by Leftists inside the Department of Justice and the FBI, not to mention all of the other federal bureaucrats in the various agencies who hate OUR CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT.

    The President is ignoring the ugly truth that making these seditious criminals pay for their treason is a fundamental statement to the world that treason in the United States of America will NOT BE CONDONED. The rule of law must be enforced to reassure those of who always play by the rules that playing by those rules DOES matter.

    If this cleansing involves completely purging the entire U.S. Justice Department, the FBI and others, that is the price that MUST BE PAID to preserve the country.

    President Trump cannot ask us to abide by our constitution and laws if he does not demand that level of constitutional loyalty from these treasonous insiders.

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    • JasonD says:

      Neither you nor I know the stage that any investigations are at. Nor does the MSM. You have no choice but to trust POTUS at this stage. So perhaps focus on mid terms and vote for Crooked in 2020 if you are still not happy?

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    • Arrest Soros says:

      You’re not going to flush down the toilet over 100 years of solid…..SOLID friendship by Australia and Australians because of the acts of a Prime Minister who has now been axed, and a Foreign Minister who has resigned her post.
      Our friendship is deeper than that. Australia was THE FIRST nation to offer unconditional support ON THE DAY the towers came down.
      Our then PM John Howard was in America on that day and he immediately invoked the ANZUS treaty, which was the first time it had been invoked.
      Australian special forces, who are famed for their behind enemy lines covert ops were the first troops on the ground in Afghanistan gathering intel for our coalition. WE ARE STILL THERE WITH YOU. While many others packed up and pissed off long ago.

      So take it easy with your stupid rhetoric of tarring a whole nation and 100 years of friendship. Good long term friends are hard to come by.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        But…Australia (our good good friend) has stabbed us in the back.
        Everybody is our friend…by the way. Everybody is always the first(!) to “stand shoulder to shoulder” with us…by the way.

        And since everybody has to “take it easy with (their) stupid rhetoric…tarring a whole nation”…how many times have Australians tarred a whole nation of Americans and their friendship? Because brother man I’ve heard plenty of schiess about Americans from Australians — Australians talk about “filthy Seppos” all the time, now don’t they?

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        • Arrest Soros says:

          How about you detail your claims about how many times Australia (The whole country) has tarred all of America and all Americans.
          You fail to accept that there are bad actors on both sides. Your President, that Kenyan one, came to our soil and dissed us and interfered in our politics during the G20.
          That doesn’t mean we’re no longer allies, that just means you had an ass hole for a president for a while.
          We had an ass hole for Prime Minister for a while and a FORMER……get it FORMER politician may have done some subversive shit while he was in London.

          Man, I’d hate to have you as a friend. At the first sign of disagreement, you’d ditch me and attack me.
          I don’t need “friends” like that. Get lost. I’m happy to continue to support America and Americans, despite individuals or small groups acting badly from time to time.
          You can please yourself.

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          • daughnworks247 says:

            Take it easy, Treepers, we love the Aussies.
            If we put a group of 100 people together, chances are, there is one bad apple. Fine, throw out the one but let’s not starve because we threw away the whole bushel of apples. I’m nowhere near throwing away our love to the Aussies.

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          • graphiclucidity says:

            Well, personally, I can never forgive you Ozzies for sending us Outback Steakhouse.

            However, considering you have shared AC/DC, Midnight Oil, INXS, Jet, Tame Impala, Mel Gibson/Mad Max, Kylie Minogue, Elle Macpherson, oil cans of Fosters (ya I know, mate, you don’t drink that there), and Broken Hill Lager with us, I’m willing to overlook any other problems between our two nations so long as we can export some of our ex-Canadians down under, such as Jim Carrey and Justin Bieber (we are keeping William Shatner).

            Sound like a deal?

            Now, what do we do about Paul Hogan?

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            • Arrest Soros says:

              Most importantly, we gave the World the ‘Bag in Box Wine’ for cheap drunks everywhere 🙂

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              • graphiclucidity says:

                You’ve just got understand our natural suspicions of Oz.

                Americans find it very hard to trust people who constantly drive on the wrong side of the road, celebrate Christmas and New Years in the middle of the summer, and even manage to make their toilets swirls the wrong way round the bowl.

                Even your animals are freakishly strange and deadly.
                And I’m not just talking about baby-eating dingos and Chopper Read.

                😉

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              • Monticello says:

                I really liked West End Draught when I visited! Beautiful women, great sense of humor of a straight forward populace.
                Australia has stood tall and shoulder to shoulder in Vietnam, Korea and of course WW2.
                Pay no attention to Americans who know nothing about your country.

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            • Good_heavens_are_you_still_trying_to_win says:

              Men At Work (keep the vegemite), Miranda Kerr, Aussie Fitness Girls, The Wiggles (had to, for my kids), the list goes on.

              Outback Steakhouse is from Tampa, but I get you.

              Nothing but love for my Aussie brethren.

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          • Anonymous says:

            I like the Aussies. After the Gulf War (first one), I went backpacking up and down the East Coast. Aussies were great.

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      • PaulM says:

        The communists LOVE arguments like this. They have perpetuated and encouraged division by race, gender, class and whatever else they can.
        If they can get us divided by nationality, they sit back and chuckle.
        WHOEVER started it, let’s keep in mind that every country has large groups of ignorant asshats and getting into a flame war is counterproductive.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Agree. I hope conservative/populist/nationalists won’t hold the American people or government responsible for the 8 years of Obama, or the 30+ years of the Clintons.

        We are now doing out best to make amends for that, please forgive us for having unleashed the scourge!

        Not happy with the Governments in many countries, doesn’t mean any animosity to the countries citisens!

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    • oldschool says:

      Excellent post K4! POTUS is quick to call out our allies in trade practices, but not this? If POTUS fails to expose this and act upon it, he is not fulfilling his oath of office. Another possibility is that we are dead wrong on our theories.

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    • Albertus Magnus says:

      Take your trolling to Brietbart….we are MAGA here and are focused on winning the mid-terms, not pleasing whiners who want to demoralize us when we need all of the prayer, intensity and hardwork we can muster on behalf of our country.

      Please and thank you.

      And where are all of you new-named, never seen-before turds-in-the-MAGA-punchbowl coming from this last week? Bill Kristol paying you?

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  24. KittyKat says:

    Am I imagining that there was another Nikki Haley thread posted, in which Sarah Palin posted? I can’t find it.

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  25. ogoggilby says:

    Project Veritas Action Fund has released a second undercover video from campaigns during this 2018 election season. This report exposes Tennessee staffers from Phil Bredesen’s U.S. Senate campaign revealing his willingness to court moderate voters through deceit. This was especially evidenced by Bredesen’s recent statement suggesting he would, if he were already in the Senate, vote to confirm now Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

    “Oh, he hates Trump….He’ll be a good Democrat.”

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Watching for this to make the Tennessean (Nashville paper). Good thing I am not holding my breath or I might pass out! 🙂 Wonder if they will give it any coverage at all. One would think it would be front page, breaking story. Nope

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        But it has been flashing across TN user’s social media pages, esp. those who are politically active and GOP candidates. Now, to break through to the Dems social media pages and let them see the light. Also, needs to be on network news to get to some of the older voters who vote early and might vote Bredesen as he is working VERY hard to come off as reasonable and middle of the road. This blows that messaging out of the water! But the voters have to see it!

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        • Terie says:

          Unfortunately, I have seen on the Dems social media pages I have looked at that the video is a fabricated hoax and Project Veritas has been proven to lie. Another defense is that the staffers in the video are merely bottom level kids who don’t know what they’re saying. I’ve always said that liberals could be presented with video evidence and they still wouldn’t believe it. I think these young staffers on the video are more like outside operatives…..not one of them has a Tennessee accent.
          My experience in TN is that a lot of people vote Dem just because they and their families always have. We have to work hard to let them see how the party has changed.

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        • dallasdan says:

          Paging Carlson, Ingraham, Dobbs, and Hannity…

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    • Kristin says:

      That is just do infuriating. The staff all knows this. They are evil people ALL.

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    • mireilleg says:

      What the heck are these people thinking. They know their candidate will say anything to anybody but they don’t think he is lying to them? How can they in good conscience reconcile what they know with their support. I would walk out the second I found out he was that lying @#$&@

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  26. LM says:

    Hillary Clinton has said that when the left is back in control civility will be returned.

    How, I wonder.

    I do not think she means that there will be civil discourse in areas where we do not all agree.
    No discourse is allowed under leftist tyranny that does not parrot their perverse views. We have seen that.

    There is already censorship of conservatives in areas they control.

    We are not allowed into many jobs and educational opportunities because of our beliefs. In fact, we are not allowed to buy or sell in some cases.

    How will the left, currently teamed up with China and the Muslim Brotherhood establish civility?

    I think that with the vast ability of our intelligence agencies to monitor us, and the left’s propensity to use those same agencies as weapons against the rest of us, it is reasonable to expect that civility will be imposed in ways that might be…..uncomfortable for those who do not agree with the left or run afoul of their deceptive narratives–like the film maker targeted and jailed to validate Hillary and Obama’s Benghazi deception.

    It’s not just another election.

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    • L. Gee says:

      Well, let me explain what I think: When the Dem-ons are back in control, THEIR kind of civility will be returned . . . right after they enslave all conservatives!

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    • Raven says:

      I received an email this morning and found it uplifting and telling. This may have been posted many times before, but it is a good message to post after your words of caution against the lawless left.

      I especially like, “Test to follow on November 6, 2018”!

      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

      The Rodent Removal Date

      Something we learned in Bible study…

      In this crazy political season, I decided a little religion might be appropriate so here is a short Bible study.

      Remember what Jesus said: ‘Goats on the left, sheep on the right’ (Matthew 25:33). (For those of you who aren’t sure, the sheep are His followers and the goats are the bad guys.)

      Jesus also told Peter that if he wanted to catch fish do it from the right side of the boat. They did and filled the boat with fish.

      John 21:6 (NIV) … He said, “Throw your net on the right side of the boat and you will find some.” When they did, they were unable to haul the net in because of the large number of fish.”

      Origin of Left & Right…I have often wondered why it is that Conservatives are called the “right” and Liberals are called the “left”.

      By chance I stumbled upon this verse in the Bible:
      Ecclesiastes 10:2 (NIV) – “The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left.” Thus, sayeth the Lord. Amen.

      It surely can’t get any simpler than that.

      Spelling Lesson:
      The last four letters in American……….I Can
      The last four letters in Republican…… I Can
      The last four letters in Democrats……. Rats
      End of lesson! …Test to follow on November 6, 2018.

      Remember, November 2018 is to be set aside as “rodent removal” month.

      Please share this Bible Lesson with all your friends and email buddies to help achieve that goal.

      Never grow a wishbone where a backbone ought to be !!!

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      • graphiclucidity says:

        The origination of Left and Right came from the divisions of the Estates General leading up to the French Revolution.

        The simplest explanation is that those who were more inclined to support the King were on the right side of the assembly and those who opposed the monarchy and supported the revolution were on the left side.

        After the revolution the right side supported more conservative elements of society; aristocracy, hierarchy, the church, and authoritarianism, while the left side supported more liberalism; individual liberty, equality, fraternal bonds of citizenship, and a more just and fair state for all citizens.

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    • Flashman says:

      Our you saying, no action or threating action against Facebook, utube or Google will take place if the Ds take legislator? I guess we need to vote R in the midterms.

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  27. Rob says:

    Apologies if this has already been posted. . .

    “I Was A Never Trumper Until Democrats Went Gonzo On Kavanaugh. Now, Hand Me That Red Hat”

    http://thefederalist.com/2018/10/09/never-trumper-democrats-went-gonzo-kavanaugh-now-hand-red-hat/#disqus_thread

    Is it too late to get one of those red hats?

    I didn’t support Donald Trump during the 2016 election — not that it mattered. I wasn’t in a swing state and I wasn’t publicly opining about the general election. Had my vote mattered, I might have brought myself to vote for him, but it didn’t, so I didn’t.

    On election night, I had a few drinks and enjoyed Hillary Clinton losing. It was a spectacle at which, to borrow a line, it would have taken a heart of stone not to laugh. I did text a friend or two that I hoped I was wrong about Trump.

    In some ways, I was. He has kept his promises on judges, for instance. In other ways I think my low opinion of him has been thoroughly vindicated. Thus, in writing for The Federalist, I have defended President Trump and criticized him, sometimes in the same column.

    I have also criticized the die-hard Never-Trumpers who are willing to jettison conservatism to pursue their vendetta against Trump. Like many Trump-skeptical conservatives I tried to call things as I saw them. Sometimes I was pleased with Trump’s policy, and sometimes I was appalled by him. I do not disavow any of what I wrote. Nonetheless, I now support Trump’s reelection.

    To use the word du jour: I have been radicalized. The enormity of the efforts by the Democrats and their media allies to destroy Brett Kavanaugh forced me to reconsider my views. The concerns I have about Trump’s character, temperament, and propensity to damage America’s cultural and political institutions are still there, but I am supporting him anyway.

    It is not just that the Democrats have vitiated any claim to possess superior character or temperament (though they have), or that Trump’s policies have been better than I expected. I now support Trump because the Democratic Party and its media allies are controlled by people who view conservatives not as political opponents to be voted down, but as enemies to be personally destroyed.

    Trump will say anything, but Democrats will do anything. They and their media allies smeared a universally respected judge with an impeccable record as a serial sexual predator on evidence that would not have justified an indictment. They repeatedly lied and hid evidence in order to create delay (e.g., Christine Blasey Ford’s supposed fear of flying).

    In the end, the evidence against Kavanaugh consisted only of the dubious testimony of a woman who could not recall basic details like a time or a place, whose story changed repeatedly, and whose witnesses remembered nothing of what she claimed. But Democrats did their best to forever brand him as a sexual predator anyway. They did not want a serious, confidential investigation; they wanted to publicly grind him into the dirt while the mob howled for his head.

    They wanted the circus, the smears, the insane rumors and allegations from cranks. They wanted the tabloid journalism from formerly respectable outlets like The New Yorker. If Kavanaugh refused to withdraw, then they wanted Ford on national television. They even wanted the lunatic claims from a nutcase dredged up by a creepy porn lawyer, alleging that Kavanaugh ran a gang-rape ring as a teen. Even as the sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh collapsed, they switched to smears about his high school yearbook and college drinking.

    With rare exceptions, the national media repeated every smear and Democratic talking point. They spent weeks trying to destroy Kavanaugh’s life and reputation with lies, then had the effrontery to sneer at his anger when he took umbrage at being labeled a gang-rape mastermind. Lushes from the soused D.C. media lectured Kavanaugh about his teenage drinking. They earned every bit of Trump’s “enemy of the people” and “fake news” epithets.

    Kavanaugh was a normal establishment Republican pick. Destroying him had nothing to do with opposing Trump’s particular flaws. This was about annihilating anyone who gets in the Democrats’ way, especially anyone who threatens their illegitimate Supreme Court policy wins. It was a declaration of war on every conservative, no matter how respected, reasonable, and mainstream.

    There is no refuge from this sort of totalizing, destructive politics. The Republican rejection of Merrick Garland was political hardball; the sliming of Kavanaugh was categorically different and much worse. The Democrats crossed the line from policy disagreement to personal destruction, and in doing so they nuked any middle ground between themselves and conservative Trump skeptics. And they put every conservative on notice: You could be next.

    If the Democrats will do this to a man as respected and mainstream as Kavanaugh, they will do it to anyone who gets in their way. The left has embraced mob justice that disdains our culture of due process and the presumption of innocence, and merely disagreeing with the mob provokes its wrath. At Facebook, the mob is after an executive who stood by his friend. At my alma mater, a dean was punished for tweeting skeptically about the woman accusing Kavanaugh of running a gang-rape ring in high school. Ordinary people are being targeted for having opinions the mob hates.

    Capitulation to the outrage mob is contemptible, but it has become the norm, with lives ruined professionally and personally. The worst aspects of the online mob, the campus tribunal, and the gutter press have been embraced by the leaders of the Democratic Party, and they think any and everyone on the right is fair game. Those determined to believe the worst about the accused also believe the worst about those standing up for the rights of the accused, and want to destroy them as well. Dissent will not be tolerated—those who dare speak out against the witch-hunt will be burned as witches themselves.

    I wish this was not so. I would rather be arguing about the Enlightenment than jumping on the Trump train. As a writer and scholar I want to persuade, not to destroy. I do not want American politics to be like this.

    But as a voter who recognizes the unfortunate realities of our politics, I believe supporting Trump has become the responsible choice. Things may change, but right now Trump’s policies are better than I expected, he is not the authoritarian some feared, and he does not want to destroy me and mine. It isn’t much, but since Trump stands between me and those who would ruin me, he will have to do.

    This is about self-defense. And that is why I’ve gone from “Meh” to “MAGA!”

    END

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    • Tess from Philly says:

      All I could think while reading this was how blind was this guy? If he was genuinely surprised by the Democrats’ behavior, he just hasn’t been paying attention. PDJT’s rhetoric hasn’t changed the Democrats – all his talk has done is draw their obscene behavior out into the open.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Rob says:

        Hi Tess!

        I’m not too far from you, up here in the Lehigh Valley!

        Agree with your comment 100%, but if folks like Mr. Blake get ‘woke’ and hop aboard the Trump Train, then any influence that he may have on other’s to do the same is most welcome (despite their previous naivete).

        I even left on ‘Comment’ to the article pointing to the fact that the dems / Progressives have ALWAYS referred to their political opposition as the ‘enemy’ (which he was surprised to find out that’s what they think of us), but now since PDJT has flushed the vermin out into the sunlight, they no longer feel a need to hide their destructive sentiments from the general public.

        BTW, “With or without?”

        Rob

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      • mireilleg says:

        Exactly! I had a very liberal friend who in the milder days od democrats used to say “I cannot tolerate intolerance”. That it made no sense did not bother her, and these were highly educated people PhD and all. Academics says it all.

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      Did you hear this guy interviewed last night? Passive, squeaky, sounded like a meerkat.

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  28. G3 says:

    President Trump is on Fox and Friends via Phone 8 am

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  29. Troublemaker10 says:

    Liked by 6 people

  30. Troublemaker10 says:

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  31. HB says:

    Haha! PT on nationalized healthcare:
    “The government can’t run anything. They’ve proven that.”

    Liked by 10 people

    • Milton says:

      The US Governmnt is also not helping the consumer when it allows mega mergers in the health industry.

      “The Department of Justice has approved the $69bn mega merger of health organization CVS with health insurance company, Aetna. The move will make the new business one of the largest drugstore chains in the US, including a major segment in delivering key health plans to consumers across its pharmacy benefit arm.”

      https://www.healthcareglobal.com/public-health/department-justice-has-approved-merger-cvs-and-aetna

      Liked by 1 person

      • snarkybeach says:

        My dad’s pension included his supplemental health insurance which was switched to Aetna in 2018. His previous (BCBS) covered a lot more with a lot less hassle. My pharmacy (Target) was taken over by CVS a couple years ago and now prescriptions cost more and some mysteriously stop auto-refilling. This merger sounds like a recipe for disaster.

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  32. Milton says:

    The warning signs are there. The US Congress needs to reign in the budget before the massive debt they have created sinks the economy.

    “The federal government is falling into a debt spiral, it’s going to have a hard time getting out of.

    In the first place, the government can’t seem to get its spending under control. In August, the US government set a single month spending record, burning through $433.3 billion and running up a monthly deficit of $214 billion. Federal government spending came in 30% higher than August 2017, ranking as the highest monthly outlay on record. And the spending pace looks to continue. Pres. Trump recently signed an $853 billion spending bill.“

    https://seekingalpha.com/article/4210204-federal-debt-spiral

    Liked by 2 people

    • railer says:

      This. McConnell is going to be confronted on this spending bomb he’s enabling. He’s going to have to break that filibuster. Trump has fired warning shots, and since McConnell is running for reelection in 2020, he’s probably going to start firing them at McConnell’s head eventually.

      This debt will destroy us if we don’t get a handle on that budget and spending.

      Liked by 2 people

    • thetrain2016 says:

      The solution at this time is not to cut, but to grow the economy, erase the trade deficits and so on. Drastic cuts have serious political consequences, most likely guaranteed failure.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Milton says:

        We are supposed to be growing the private sector side of the economy not the government side. Rising interest puts a constraint on the private sector to grow. Both the housing and auto sectors are feeling the early effects of rising rates. The consumer becomes worried about taking on debt when they see interest rates are rising.

        The tax cuts means less revenue for the Treasury and what is coming in is being used to pay the interest on the debt. Something has to give.

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        • Kaiser Derden says:

          Less revenue ? Try Google and you won’t look so ignorant … We just had the largest month of tax revenue in history …

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        • PaulM says:

          “The consumer becomes worried about taking on debt when they see interest rates are rising.”

          That’s difficult to swallow when I look at the credit card interest rates and see absolutely no reluctance in consumer use.
          10’s of millions of people don’t even pay against principle, they merely pay the interest.
          It’s a situation consumer lenders loves, and the funders of the national debt do likewise.

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          • rashomon says:

            Bring back econ/civics/whatever math class for eighth-graders that explained all this well before the credit card companies start lambasting them with offers. Frankly, I blame credit abuse on the parents who set a lousy example or fail to discuss such issues around the dinner table every night to prepare their youth for the real world.

            The eight-yeas or so of 0ish% interest rates damaged savers who didn’t want the risk of the stock or bond market and, also, those depending on COLA-based raises in paychecks or social security. Unfortunately, food and medical expenses have been one of the greatest sources of higher household costs and are not as discretionary as recreation or apparel costs.

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        • thetrain2016 says:

          Let me see…
          1. The Trump administration actually firing government employees.
          2. Rising interest rates rates not necessarily reflect business lending rates. The rate change can be absorbed by the banks and their “alleged loss” of profit can be offset by larger volumes.
          3. Mortgage rate increases simply affecting the price of homes, not affordability.
          4. Tax cuts always mean more revenue for the Treasury. That’s a paradox, but true. Increased business activity, more jobs, higher wages make it happen.

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  33. StanH says:

    The President on Fox & Friends is essentially giving shade to Rod Rosenstein. Whether he was or wasn’t part of the cabal, he knows now that President Trump is the boss. I think what we have in RR is a company man. We’ll see.

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  34. railer says:

    Brian Kilmeade is such a Never Trumping a-hole, rudely interrupting Trump. Nobody cares what Kilmeade says, everybody in the world is interested in what Trump says. This clown should have long ago figured that out.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. G3 says:

    Fed is getting too ‘cute’.

    Liked by 2 people

  36. G3 says:

    China wants to negotiate but they’re not ready- yet.

    Liked by 3 people

  37. railer says:

    Trump is the greatest presidential spokesman I’ve ever heard. He never departs from his core policy. They are solid and he always reinforces them in his interviews and questioning. No press secretary could do a better job. What a blessing to have somebody who not only understands policy but can efficiently and effectively communicate it.

    And now facing his first ever “incumbent” election, he’s tactically effective here in the season. He’s got his own stuff, and he’s playing off the opposition’s miscues too. Beautiful.

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    • piper567 says:

      railer, our great President is a perfect example of the old adage, If you always tell the truth, you have no trouble keeping your stories straight.
      He has his philosophy, and he’s sticking to it.
      piece of cake.

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  38. Troublemaker10 says:

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  39. Henry says:

    https://www.stabroeknews.com/2018/news/regional/trinidad/09/23/trinidad-more-than-42-children-taken-by-parents-to-isis-battlegrounds/

    “One of my most striking findings is the block recruitment of Trinis to ISIS,” Dr Simon Cottee of Kent University told Sunday Newsday. “Entire families went. It was mothers, daughters, fathers and sons. According to my estimate, about 30 per cent who went were men, about 30 per cent women and the remainder –40 per cent– children.”

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  40. Aside…… I just tried to go to Qanon site and got blocked by Google…… ‘deceptive site’ warning.
    Jumped through their hoops and at the q site there is some guy asking for donations for beer or Christmas presents….. guess they were right. I wonder how long it will take for that to be cleared up.

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    • Emeraldstar says:

      Are you referring to the source site, or some interpreter’s site?

      I’ve read that some of the recent OS / browser “updates” block conservative sites.

      It may be time for you to get out of the Goolag …

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  41. NJF says:

    Amazing.

    Liked by 5 people

  42. paulraven1 says:

    Historic national challenge and crisis is facing leaders of the GOP and, ultimately, the President. That is, what to do when the reality of the unrelenting, undiminishing — in fact, unstoppably rising — leftist hate and violence can no longer be politically avoided or written off for less than it is. So far, as I see it, the operating assumption is that electoral victories will overcome the Left’s mobilizing hatred and violence; that this is a problem dealt with obliquely through voting and elections. This of course is the great civic conceit. And it is WRONG. So what happens when the irrefutable wrongness must be confronted? That is, when the conditions of an incurable pathological epidemic whose manifest symptoms are tearing apart the social fabric can no longer be ignored or treated with passive conceits?

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    • Sneaky Pete says:

      Yep,, could be where we’re at and what we’re facing. If so, violence is coming. But, it also can be the unnaturally amplified voice of a crazed, foaming-at-the-mouth media which makes it appear that the forces gathered against us are larger and more powerful than they are. Case in point with Kav: Didn’t see African-Americans and Hispanic-Americans all agitated over Kav. I saw an “army” of white Ivy League leftist single women wearing pink pussy hats largely supported by a geriatric assortment of wealthy puppet masters. I’m not disputing your take of where we might be. I just want to be sure that what we think we’re seeing is really what’s happening.

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      • piper567 says:

        Pete, I agree w/you.
        Efforts of msm and other vermin are patently one-sided and seek to convey the message that this violent response to all things Republican is Much Larger than it really is.

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        • dallasdan says:

          Paul, Pete, and Piper, all three of you make valid points. I have observed that it takes only a minimum number of well-funded and influential provocateurs to organize and incite to violence the many ignorant, innately lawless, and violence prone leftists who thrive on chaos directed at our core values.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Fully expect that once the votes are all counted and the democrats remain the petulant minority party in Congress they will unleash their angry foot soldiers onto the streets just like they did on election night 2016. Be prepared for riots small and large across the country funded by rich leftists and promoted by anti-American social media technocrats. The ugly Left has promised civil unrest until they regain political power. Take heed, as we have been forewarned.

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    • Bigbadmike says:

      You’re out of your friggin mind again. Take a Xanax and call your therapist.

      Liked by 1 person

  43. Pat Frederick says:

    so it’s raining here and I’m waiting for the laundry to be done so I wandered over to yahoo…yeah I’m that bored and needed a laugh…
    read the comments (not the actual story, gag me!) about yet another “founder” of the metoo movement who sent a love letter to Ford. But the comments? read about 250 of them–not a single one supported Ford, the letter, or the movement…pretty surprising for yahoo…ooops there’s the dryer….gotta go

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  44. amanda4321 says:

    Project Veritas catches TN dem’rat US senate candidate’s campaign admitting he’s lying that he would’ve voted yes to confirm Kav, just to steal moderate R voters.

    “We don’t say that out of these walls.” Bredesen Staff Says He Is Lying About Kavanaugh Vote

    Project Veritas Action Fund has released a second undercover video from campaigns during this 2018 election season. This report exposes Tennessee staffers from Phil Bredesen’s U.S. Senate campaign revealing his willingness to court moderate voters through deceit. This was especially evidenced by Bredesen’s recent statement suggesting he would, if he was already in the Senate, vote to confirm now Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

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    • PInky1920 says:

      As if we didnt already know this about any DEMONRAT trying to get elected..err…I mean trying to steal an election.

      This is the kind of thing that needs to be seen by those who only watch and read fake news media; if not, they’re just preaching to the choir. Unfortunate, but true.

      Showing it to our family and friends is what we have to do.

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  45. Make Democrats Illegal —– That will fix every problem this country has ever had.

    Civil War? Confederacy? All Democrats

    Fought in favor of Human Slavery? All Democrats

    Voted against women’s suffrage? Democrats

    Created KKK? Democrats

    Jim Crow Laws? Democrats

    Assassinate Abe Lincoln? Democrats. Cause Abe didn’t share their love of human slavery

    Assassinate Kennedy? Democrats. Cause old Lee Harvey didn’t think Kennedy or the US government was Marxist enough.

    Lynched blacks for no other reason than skin color? Democrats

    Voted against Civil Rights? Democrats

    Destroyed nearly every city in America? Democrats

    Most violent counties in country? Democrats

    Commit 90% of all murders? Democrats

    Responsible for murder of 30 million babies through abortion – Democrats

    Believes in Guilty before Proven Innocent – Democrats

    Believes in censorship and silencing free speech – Democrats

    Mobs families at restaurants – Democrats

    Antifa Terrorists – Democrats

    Shooting congressmen on softball fields – Democrats

    Assaulting and nearly killing senators at their home – Democrats

    The list goes on forever………….

    The biggest cancer in the history of this country has always been, and will always be Democrats.

    Just look at their history… why on earth has liberalism and the Democrat Party not been outlawed?

    They are just terrorists masked as a political party. But they are responsible for pretty much every single horrendous act of inhumanity that’s existed in America.

    You know it

    I know it.

    People are scared to talk about it, because these terrorists control all the news, schools, Hollywood, etc.

    But the time has come to put an end to this terrorist behavior.

    The Democrat party should be labeled a Terrorist Organization and be outlawed.

    Its 150-200 years overdue

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  46. Katherine McCoun says:

    1:24 for about 20 minutes: President Trump via phone to Fox & Friends

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    • jeans2nd says:

      If I may, add to your vid. This one is 09:56 min, and is just the POTUS phone call. Thanks for the longer vid, Katherine.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Absolutely fine! I don’t have TV (satellite, cable, local reception) so when I see something interesting mentioned I immediately go to youtube to try to find said interesting thing/interview. The one I posted was all that I found at the time. I am sure Fox was eager to post as soon as their guys had a chance to cut that section from the larger show. I post because I want to see it and figure others might too. If you find a better one – fantastic! and I am not surprised as I am not a top internet sleuth/researcher as many here are!

        And shorter videos are Much better.

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      • Flashman says:

        The President voice seems a little horse. I hope he gets time to take care of it.

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  47. kathyca says:

    Another squeaker loss for socialism.

    https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/elections/2018/10/10/tammy-baldwin-fails-bid-block-trump-rule-health-plans/1588536002/

    Tammy Baldwin and U.S. Senate Democrats fail with 50-50 vote to block Trump rule on short-term health plans

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    • kathyca says:

      And for all of the newly minted Collins fans, please note how she voted….WITH the Dems

      U.S. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) voted with 47 Democrats and two independents to support the bill. Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson was among 50 Republicans who voted against the measure.

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  48. Heika says:

    Blasey Ford gets nominated for a prestigious award – cause – because – ??? Oh yeh, because she is a liar. Great, what a message to send to our youth. Lie and you shall be rewarded. As I keep saying, this ought to be chased down (all of the accusers) and ripped into pieces to resolve and then charge them for false allegations and lying to Congress.

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