April 15th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #816

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  1. Grandma Covfefe says:

    🌴 — Easter Holy Week Blessing to you All — 🌷
    ” Blessed is he who comes in the name of the LORD!” 🌴
    Psalm 118:26
    ———————————————————————————————————————-
    🦅 MAGA—KAGA
    Thank You, Lord, for President Trump, his MAGA Team, and all his supporters.
    Lord, keep them all safe in all they do and go daily. In Jesus’ Name we pray……..
    ———————————
    For Opposition:
    🌟 “ The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.”
    They are corrupt, their deeds are vile; there is no one who does good.” 🌟
    — Psalm 14:1
    ———————-
    ***Praise:
    ……. Donald J. Trump is our President of the United States of America
    ……. President Trump is willing to take slings and arrows for us WeThePeople
    ……. President Trump has a gift of triggering Liberals to say what P.DJT wants them to say
    ……. President Trump is a Promise-made, Promise-kept President
    ———————-
    🙏 Pray:
    — for safe flight/traveling for President Trump and MAGA Team to Minnesota–10:40am to 6:10 pm ET (Praying Pres. Trump makes unscheduled visit to 5 yr old boy Landon in hospital–that’ll trigger Dems/Islamist Radicals)
    — for our Fighting Patriots ….
    — for AG Barr
    — for Sec Pompeo
    — for US/China trade deal
    — all illegal voting
    — our American WALL
    — for our Military, Border Patrol, ICE, LEOs, Border Patrol Horses and border dogs
    — for the 5 year old Minn boy, Landon (or Landen?) quick healing
    — Trump/MAGA Storm Coming
    —————————————————–
    🦅 “It is a Holy Day of reverence and worship.” (2017 Easter message)
    🇺🇸 — Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America — 🇺🇸

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  2. citizen817 says:

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  3. citizen817 says:

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    • Bubba Cow says:

      I am thrilled that Tiger has turned his life around and, even more, has competed at world class level to defend it and, most importantly, had his kids there (family) to celebrate.
      Said he has figured out why he is going bald – “this is really hard”. Maybe Tiger will find Trump.

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Me, too – Bubba. That tournament today was thrilling to watch and I feel like Tiger deserved the win. He has fought back hard to conquer his demons, both spiritual and physical. Never give up! He and Trump are good friends – have golfed together many times, from what I’ve read. I think everyone there was pulling for him today. History!

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          The tournament was extremely exciting…..the best…..Tiger had thousands following him….

          Tiger…..what an inspiration….everyone said he was finished……a messy divorce……lost most of his money…..had 5 back surgeries….but never quit.

          Turned his life around….completely…..hugging his kids today…. and his mom…..you could hear him telling his kids how much he loved them….and you could see….they loved him also…..

          The worst part were the reporters interviewing him at the end…..such shallow questions…..but he stood as a gentleman

          Congratulations Tiger….

          go to masters.com for some really good pictures….bring you tovtears

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          • A2 says:

            And the MSM wrote hundreds of articles about how he would never win again.
            Having a laf.
            #winning

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            Gunny – Did you notice how the majority of the reporter’s questions were about “feelings?” It was absolutely awful to watch them pester Tiger over and over again about his personal “feelings.” They are no better than the loons who pester the President on a daily basis, but at least they didn’t yell at him. I wonder how many of them are actually golfers, because very few of their questions were technical in nature. It was bad.

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Tiger and our President are good friends….they have golfed together a few times

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    • deqwik2 says:

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    • icehole6 says:

      Not sure what hole it was but Tiger hit a shot I believe was on 16 or 17 and the ball hit a bank on the green and rolled to about 1 or 2 feet from the hole and the crowd went nuts. So they showed the scene at the other green where Koepka was about to swing and he had to stop because the roar was so loud, I thought that was game over at that point.

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      • Concernedcitizen says:

        That was the 16th hole, par 3 over water. President Trump and Tiger are alike in many respects and you can see why they are drawn to each other. Both champions in their own way. They know how to win, and they don’t let adversity stand in their way. In fact, they thrive on it.

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  4. Carson Napier says:

    And a prayer for Julian Assange that he not be murdered.

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    • A2 says:

      I pray for that also. I want that foreign spy sharing a Federal ‘safe space’ with his boyfriend and fellow criminal and traitor Mr Manning for a very, very longtime.

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      • Carson Napier says:

        So you and Hillary are very much of like mind.

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        • A2 says:

          Very humorous and projection. Actually you and the Lunatic have more in common as you are ok with a foreign agent conspiraring to take down the US government, and colluding with a nutter in the military to damage US military in a war zone with leaks. Benghazi comes to mind. But like her you say what difference does it make?

          You are skating very close to an Ameriphobic. Usually from the far left, often from the far right, or simply a Putin stooge or fellow traveller. The endgame is the same. Divide, disrupt, undermine the Republic and the rule of law with Alinsky tactics that are tailored to suit the American left, but a boilerplate for undermining the country. Ala the communist internationale, ideology doesn’t die.

          If you contend that anyone who sees Assange as a criminal is a Hillary supporter, think again. The trump administration from the President on down is pursuing his extradition. Not Hillary. In fact Obama and Hillary did not do so.

          So here is a two fingered salute, numpty.

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          • Richard says:

            Amen, Assange is anti-American and the only reason he gave up some emails on Hillary was because he is a Bernie supporter. Assange is no hero, and maybe he should have faced his accuser, if he was innocent. People should do some research on what he has done.

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          • Proud American from Texas says:

            Just for understanding, is one hand involved or both? LOL

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          • Carson Napier says:

            “conspiraring (sic) to take down the US government”

            You seem to have confused Julian Assange with the FBI, DOJ, MSM, DNC and MI6 which makes you at least as certifiable as Maxine Waters, Occasional Cortex and the Mad Hatter..

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      • sejmon says:

        A2- who are you ??? disciple of neocons,Msm,globalist ….find more about Julian and than write

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      • Kintbury says:

        I take it you feel the same way about the New York Times and Washington Post et.al. who will publish anything regardless of national security? Please explain the difference between them and Assange, other than the fact that he tends not to make things up.

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  5. Sentient says:

    Real Clear Politics says conservatives are pushing Cuchinelli to head DHS. Screw that. Kobach.

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  6. citizen817 says:

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    • andyocoregon says:

      That is one tough golf course!

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Andy – IKR??? I want to play there some day. I would spend the first few holes crying, however, at sheer happiness of being there. Kinda like when I set foot on the Kentucky Derby race course in Louisville during a little grounds tour. Bucket list kind of things, if you know what I mean.

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        • Dekester says:

          Older I do.

          Our sons and I attended “ The Open” at Carnoustie last year. ( I was born a few miles from there.) and we’re around the 18th when Molinari holed out for the win.
          I was fortunate enough to have been in attendance at Carnoustie when Tom Watson won his first “ Open” in 1975, and watched Nicklaus win at St. Andrews in 1978.

          Those memories would all pale in comparison to a stroll around Augusta during Masters week.

          God bless PDJT

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Citizen – I was glued to the broadcast of the Masters all morning. It was a thing of beauty to watch, and Tiger winning was the cherry on the top. Good for him! He has worked freakin’ hard to get back to where he is today – against all odds, really. Well deserved victory.

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    • Beverly says:

      My young cousin and her husband, golf freaks, were there today!!!! They were beyond thrilled. No photos, though, because Augusta allows NO PHONES or CAMERAS on the course!

      Augusta National is a real class act.

      My mom and dad went to almost every Masters’ since the late 1940s, up through the 1990s. Dad’s company was a Southern firm, and they always got tickets and took clients. :-)))

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    • queenslandkel says:

      A bit of gossip…The AUSSI Surgeon who is credited with getting Tiger’s back back on track is a local. Other orthopaedic surgeons come all over the world just to see him operate. His partner operated on my husband’s back several years ago as he has such a huge waiting list and doesn’t see veterans anymore. Veteran are referred to his partner. Scott Young came in as a consult. He looked at the xrays, scans and nerve report and said with actions ‘this is how you’re walking now’ and this is how you’ll be walking in future. You have 2 choices Laurence can operate now or later’. Then he asked Laurence what he was proposing and gave it the thumb’s up. He had the way my husband walked down perfectly. A very happy results for us.

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    • Bubby says:

      I believe he needs to give a portion of his Masters winnings to the surgeon and staff who operated on his spine! Without that successful surgery he wouldn’t be able to play at that level if at all!

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  7. citizen817 says:

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  9. Carson Napier says:

    Donald J. Trump‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
    I agree with Kim Jong Un of North Korea that our personal relationship remains very good, perhaps the term excellent would be even more accurate, and that a third Summit would be good in that we fully understand where we each stand. North Korea has tremendous potential for…….
    4:54 AM – 13 Apr 2019

    Donald J. Trump‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
    ….extraordinary growth, economic success and riches under the leadership of Chairman Kim. I look forward to the day, which could be soon, when Nuclear Weapons and Sanctions can be removed, and then watching North Korea become one of the most successful nations of the World!
    5:04 AM – 13 Apr 2019

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  10. citizen817 says:

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  11. Rynn69 says:

    Week #9 since AG confirmation:

    Mr. Attorney General Barr,

    Americans know the refrain “truth, justice, and the American way.” Truth and justice are integral to the American way. We ask that you remember the Americans who are counting on you to restore truth and justice, both alive and those who have died to secure the American way:

    America is crying out for justice. How will history judge you? Will you restore justice in America? America is watching.

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    • Just waitin’ for you, Rynn:

      SALUTE!
      SEMPER FI!
      SHALOM!

      *Improvise
      *Adapt
      *Overcome

      Obstacles are nothing to that military mindset,
      A fierce, disciplined determination unknown to some
      An intangible asset and mental reset
      Of everyday common thought
      From life to death and freedom bought

      Liberty is not easy, nor is it cheap
      Neither is it won by weak and lazy sheep
      But by expansive and costly sacrifice
      Blood of brothers,
      Our Nation’s Purchase Price

      AS – 4.14.2019

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    • Rynn:

      I see the space where my video is suppose to be. Don’t know what happened to it a sec ago. So here it is again.

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      • Well, have no idea what is going on with WP. When I posted this video directly above, the space for it in my first post was empty, but now has magically appeared. Oh well…….

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        • cthulhu says:

          Welcome to the magical world of WordPress! The next time it does something inexplicable, sacrifice a chicken and bang a drum. It probably won’t fix the problem, but you’ll have something for dinner and will have worked off much of your frustration.

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        • Joemama says:

          I have been having that problem for several days now. Manually refreshing the page does not help. Sometimes, posting a comment below the missing video helps, sometimes closing the browser and reloading the page helps, sometime it never shows up.

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          • Yeah, sometimes we try all the tricks. But hey, it’s not as bad as some Treepers have had to wade through, like having to sign in over and over to comment or like. I haven’t had that WP bomb drop on me yet. Dang….I should have never said that, cuz WP heard me now and they’re gonna stick it to me. LOL

            Dutch’s comment below about all this is royally excellent. Good perspective.

            Peace

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          • Chip Doctor says:

            I was having problems too until a fellow Treeper suggested going through Chrome. It has worked like a charm so far. 😁

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        • Dutchman says:

          Evening, Angelle!
          Don’t worry about it. I figure the little glitches we ALL experience with w.p., are just the price we pay, for getting to hang at the treehouse, the BEST place on the,web for information, commentary and comraderie!

          Scrolling the home page; Sunday talk shows, Meadows, Gramnesty and,…forgot who else, ALL talking about SPYGATE!
          A year ago, many thought we would NEVER see ANY “Nationally Syndicated ‘News’ Shows” talking about “Spygate”!

          And then, theres Cher, expressing what WE have been saying for so long. So NIMBY, so sweet the shedenfrude!

          And, of coarse She STILL isn’t POTUS, and McStain is STILL in the ground.
          Life is GLORIOUS, isn’t it?

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          • Dutch:

            Royally excellent, positive outlook. I like your way of thinking about this.

            ………”to hang at the treehouse, the BEST place on the,web for information, commentary and comraderie!”

            You’re 1001% right about that. Nothing compares. And the camaraderie is the best of the best. The articles are great and then you’re just getting started with the other half, the comments.

            That was interesting how SD titled all those posts the same except for the name of the interviewee. Me thinks he REALLY wanted to get that word SPYGATE out there, ‘ya think? LOL

            By the way, since I got more time on here today than usual, I had me some fun over on that thread about Cher. You know, there were things some of us just couldn’t resist saying. And I should have added…karma’s a biiiitch!

            Glorious? Sure startin’ to look like a whole new game and parade is gonna kick up and kick…well…rhymes with grass.

            Have a great evening, Dutch!

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          • snarkybeach says:

            the Spygate WIKI page is still claiming it’s a “(conspiracy theory by Donald Trump)” and stops updates at June 2018. It looks like people are trying to get the truth out but liberals are preventing it from happening.

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      • Rynn69 says:

        Excellent video, stunning photos. Semper Fi Angelle!

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    • A2 says:

      He is already Ryan69, and it is glorious to mine eyes.

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  12. citizen817 says:

    Donald Trump Retweet

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  13. citizen817 says:

    Donald Trump Retweet

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    • jrapdx says:

      Amazingly hard to believe, Adam Schiff “wasn’t paying attention the last few years.” Dunno about that, what with all the leaking he’d done, he sure seemed to be paying attention to what was going on in order to undermine legitimate inquiry into the FBI and DoJ. But that’s not a bit new, as many have said we always knew he was full of Schiff and now he’s proving it.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Does Adam Schiff LEAK?

        Depends is the answer.

        Somebody ought to tell him!

        How embarassing!

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        • jrapdx says:

          LOL! But the kicker is that he was leaking on purpose. You’d think a grown man, an elected government official, would know better, but alas it appears he did not. Now, how sad, how utterly lame is that? Yeah, pretty damn lame indeed…

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      • kyblue says:

        Schiff has made a name for himself hating President Trump. Think he’s going to quiet down? Think he’s going to grow some common sense? Not likely. He can say just about anything, make a fool of himself repeatedly, lie with impunity & he knows the media will have his back.
        What do his constituents think of him? Are they as dopey as he is?

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        • jrapdx says:

          No doubt the answer to your last question is “yes, they’re as dopey as he is”. And just like with Pelosi or Waters, the voters in Schiff’s district probably think he’s just great. So, as per the Constitution, as long as their voters keep voting them in, we’re stuck with them. We’ll keep calling them out, and maybe one day the voters will wake up and send ’em packing.

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  14. citizen817 says:

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  15. citizen817 says:

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  16. Trump’s CARAVANS-to-CALIFORNIA

    • Great weather – No-Need-for-Housing.

    • Great agriculture – Free-for-the-Picking.

    • Great hospitality – Sanctuaries-with-a Heart.

    They’re also RICH.

    Making Dems’ Day: SUSTAINABLE PLACEMENT.

    M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A!

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    • Run em up to Hollywood.

      Gov Newsom can decide where and how to put em up.

      When he decides they’re full, he’s got two choices:

      • Caravan em to his other Sanctuary Cities.

      • Order up his National Guard that he removed from the border and manage it himself.

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    • Joemama says:

      Schedule drop offs at the front door of each mayor, congressman or senator that that supports sanctuary cities or states. Drop off about 5,000 to 10,000 per politician.

      Send about 20,000 to robert diniro’s house.

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      • Sentient says:

        Better yet, don’t let them into the country.

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        • bentley1blog says:

          sentient…absolutely correct. Why in the world would anyone want these human leaches in our country in the first place. Yes it is humorous to imagine them being placed in the many, many sanctuary cities, but the fact still remains that they are still here and will wander out of their sanctuary city to invade the rest of our country. Why would anyone want this to continue? Don’t get it.

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          • Sundown says:

            Trump changed the narrative.

            Might be good for his image, but this conservative in a fanbelt state of Texas HATES the very idea.

            So much for spending my life fighting for the cause. Glad one child will move to Australia with my grandchildren. It’s not perfect, but it’s not like having thousands of murderers waiting to catch one in the sly and kill you or your loved ones – or all of you. Or having a diseased vermin forced into your child’s face because it’s the law they should all be in school.

            I’d leave if I could.

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  17. citizen817 says:

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    • andyocoregon says:

      It’s a fact that tax savings are worth more than gross income. Saving $2,000 on taxes is like earning $3,000.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Citizen, many people are not understanding that their actual tax refunds this year may be less than before because they have had fewer taxes taken out of their monthly paychecks than before, so of course, their refunds at the end of the year are less. President needs to broadcast this point as well. Dimms are using “smaller tax return” hoax as a propaganda piece, saying our President has lied to them.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Olderwiser;
        HR block, which generally doesn’t do taxes for “rich people” says their average customer pay less in Federal taxes,than last year.

        A part of me finds it hard to believe anyone not just starting at their first job, doesn’t understand how withholding taxes work.

        If you get a refund, it means you had too much taken out, have to pay? Not enough taken out. Loaning Uncle Sam interest free, just so you can use as no interest savings is STUPID.

        What, do these idiots think it is Government $, or something?

        Sheesh,..

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      • iswhatitis says:

        olderwiser21 says: “Citizen, many people are not understanding that their actual tax refunds this year may be less than before because they have had fewer taxes taken out of their monthly paychecks than before, so of course, their refunds at the end of the year are less.

        It’s hard to believe that basic math literacy has fallen so far, but I’m willing to believe that it has.

        My own Federal taxes – I paid $700 less than the previous year. $700! !!!

        My refund? It was $20 less than last year.

        I’m supposed to be so math illiterate that I think I actually paid $20 MORE in taxes because my refund was that much less than the previous year? Even though the total I paid is far far less than that (by $700)?

        This is sad. But believable.

        We’re living in an Idiocracy.

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          Is – Yup – Rush talks about it quite a bit. The general public has been brainwashed by a complicit media into not understanding their own returns.

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      • thetrain2016 says:

        Tax refund equals the money that stupid people lending to the federal government interest free.

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      • Kintbury says:

        I did great this year. Paid in about $1200 less and my quarterlies were overpaid by $25%.
        My taxes were paid and finished in March instead of putting it on the credit card for May.
        Fabulous.

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      • Pegm says:

        And yet, we are both retired military on SS, and got miniscule raises the last 2 years, not enough to keep up with cost of living, and have paid a substantial amount the last 2 years for the first time since we can remember. So not everyone is benefiting from the tax cuts, but it is still worth it to have President Trump. Not complaining, but a little mistified.

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          Pegm, I have a brother who says the same thing, but he is in a very high income bracket and only has one child at home, so I am sure it has affected some folks adversely, as you say. I know Trump wants to extend the tax cuts in the future, so hopefully, that will help people like yourself. I would pay MORE taxes myself just to keep Trump in office! LOL!

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  18. bakocarl says:

    Wordfare

    Dimms peddle their Kool-Aid all day long,
    Just take a sip and it won’t be long
    Before you’re thinking just as they do,
    And you can join their special crew.

    They never care about truth or fact;
    Logic won’t control the way they act.
    If you don’t live by their PC game,
    They’ll call you hater and give you the blame.

    From the south, invading hordes flood in:
    Mules, criminals, gangs and all their kin.
    Ruining lives, bringing death and disease;
    America will lose with such as these.

    From the east, all the “refugees” swarm
    Bringing lifestyles way out of our norm.
    No respect for women, killing for shame,
    Conducting jihad in their god’s name.

    At home some groups say, though not in plight,
    “We need more privilege to make things right.”
    “We need advantage to make our way,
    Easy jobs, less work, and much more pay.”

    All want food, clothing and medical care,
    A place to live without paying their share.
    Crowding our schools and welfare rolls,
    Paid under the table while on the dole.

    If you object to their way of life,
    Dimms’ll be in your face, shouting with strife,
    Claiming you hate the people involved,
    Never addressing the problems to solve.

    Undocumented and refugee,
    Two words with meanings that don’t agree.
    The Dimms use these words to avoid facts;
    They hide the truth behind those people’s acts.

    Haters and ‘phobes, hate speech and fair share;
    The Dimms use words to trap and ensnare.
    There’s a lesson that these verses bring,
    You can control if you can name a thing.

    So, in the future, what can we do
    To not fall prey to the scheming Dimm crew?
    Speak and write simply, don’t let meanings get blurred,
    And never, not ever, use the Dimms’ words.

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  19. terry says:

    Since were on the topic of saboteurs tonight, I’ll
    post this tweet from an ex- Trump speech writer.

    Interesting.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Felt all along that VERY early on, McConnell and Ryan committed the House and Senate Republicons to voting to convict and impeach PDJT, IF they could get him on obstruction; IF he had fired Mueller, that would have been the trigger.

      Nothing I have seen yet, convinces me otherwise.

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      • Deb says:

        We’ve known all along that the Republicans in the Uniparty would vote to impeach if they could get the base to go along with it. This is what the media has been doing for two years, trying to sway public opinion so they can impeach him for a fake crime.

        This is why it is so important for us to keep calling them and writing them and letting them know that we know the truth. They need to know that we know who they are, and that we will never give up. We truly are what stands in the way of PDJT and destruction.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      Not going to end well for McConnell. America will hate you and your CoC masters, Mr. McConnell…which means no votes.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      Mr. President, can you make Kobach Acting without Senate approval and he can fix most of it during that period? How about appointing an Immigration Czar (Kobach) to assist the Acting? We need to look at avenues around Mitch McConnell – this man cannot destroy are country.

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    • Jase says:

      Basically, Mitch is prepared to see the country in ruins because he is too small a man to work with somebody he doesn’t like.
      In other news, water is wet.
      It would’ve worth running at least one, maybe two ‘Republican’ Independents against Mitch to split the vote and give his seat to a D.
      Sure, you lose a senate seat, but you get a snake out of the tent.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Maybe Mitch has to learn his life can be hell if he hurts our POTUS.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Terry – very frustrating stuff. Who runs the damn country – Trump or McConnell??? I hate that the Turtle appears to have so much power. Trump should expose him and his little secret uni-party cohorts as the traitors they are to the American public, who are desperate to see Trump’s agenda move forward, especially regarding the illegal invaders. Call Turtle out – let Americans see who this guy is and hopefully, his constituents will STOP re-electing this guy!!!

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      • Sentient says:

        As,long as the president keeps signing their funding bills, he has very little leverage.

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      • Dutchman says:

        O.W.21;
        There is a time for everything, and the time to go to war with McConnell and Co. is coming, but maybe not just yet.

        Exposure is the key, and putting the Republicons or Decepticons as Sundance calls them, in a position where they have to come out of stealth mode, EXPOSE themselves, in order to maintain the Unipart agenda, is what has been happening, and needs to continue.

        In order to drain the swamp, the Uniparty must be removed from power.
        In order for THAT to happen, the Deceptive Republicons have to be “flushed”, like flushing birds. They are the real strength of the Uniparty, and also its weakness.

        If they are exposed, the whole Uniparty scam of creating the illusion there are two parties falls apart. Dems distract us, while Repubs shive us in the kidneys.

        Oldest mugging/robbery method in the book. ONE robber approaches you from the front, talking, waving arms, engaging you.
        COULD be asking for a light, holding a gas can or jumper cables.

        As he (or she) distracts you, accomplice comes up behind you, with knife, garrote or brick up side head.

        Notice the one right in front of you (Dems) is not the real threat, its the one BEHIND you (Reps) in STEALTH mode, thats the real threat.

        However, a quick 90 degree pivot, so you SEE BOTH of them, renders them impotent. Granted, helps if you can draw down on them.

        Point is, its ‘exposing’the STEALTH one, that destroys their plan.

        Liked by 8 people

      • jrapdx says:

        But wait a second. Silly me, but I thought they were supposed to be running the country as a TEAM. They wouldn’t even have to agree with each other all the time, but this “RINO obstruction” bit is way overboard, definitely not in the team spirit. AFAIK the President has been willing to make a deal, but all his adversaries, Democrat, RINO, whatever, have slammed the door shut. And then they wonder why Congress’ approval ratings are in the toilet, but we’re not surprised in the slightest.

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        • Dutchman says:

          They WERE running it as a ‘team’; a ‘tag team’where they would appear to disagree, in front of the cameras, then go behind closed doors,,and laugh at pulling the wool over the eyes of WE, THE PEOPLE,,yet again.

          And then along came TRUMP,
          Slow walking Trump, strolling down the escalator, and everything changed!

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          • jrapdx says:

            Different team altogether. You’re talking about the “regular”, “elite” team, you know, the one where none of ’em can hit a ball straight, all fouls all the time, but umpires call ’em home runs.

            Yes indeed, President Trump came along and he really could hit legit home runs. Whatever they pitched at him, it’s what he did. Now, he expected the guys on his side would act like a team, but they kept playing the way they always did. Oh there are a few in Congress who are eager for the new rules, but the old guys aren’t gonna go there.

            I think there’s gonna be a showdown pretty soon. The new superstar plays all the bases doesn’t leave a lot to mere luck. It won’t be pretty, but those used to the old rules will find it doesn’t work that way any longer.

            The President is raising huge amounts of cash for the 2020 elections. Guess who’s gonna have control over where that cash goes? Would it be….Trump? Yes it would! He who wields the cash runs the show! Poor old-timers. By the time they realize who divvies out the money, too late, they’ll be owned.

            A whole new ballgame, that it will be.

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    • jupitercomm says:

      I’m not someone who pays attention to the side show soap opera of “castle intrigue” so I had no idea who Beattie was when a few of his tweets popped up in a list about a month ago: which is to say, I lacked prejudice & I had no idea who he was

      Based on his tweets, my 1st impression was “another weirdo.” It was all there, the “style” which I have trouble pinning down but which is common to Ann Coulter, Breitbart, VDare, many of what I call the “Digital Right” (formerly Alt Right) etc etc….. Single issue ideologues – & the immigration “hawks” are NOT THE ONLY such ones – who idealize certain auxiliary figures (for this crew Bannon, now Kobach), as if Trump’s “not enough, we need another to guarantee the guarantee” – they’ve managed to turn me off. I no longer care what they say

      Call the above a cautionary tale

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  20. NJF says:

    Not sure where this is from ❤️❤️

    Liked by 12 people

    • Maquis says:

      Apparently it’s a Venuzuelan child in a Colombian refugee camp, the tent in the background is Esperance sin fronteras, Hope Without Borders.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dennis Leonard says:

      He is meeting governments and embassy staff in SA.This was in Peru,

      Secretary Pompeo
      ‏Verified account @SecPompeo
      Apr 13

      Thank you to the U.S. diplomats, families, and local staff at @USEMBASSYPERU for your warm welcome and dedication. Your hard work is advancing our partnership with Peru, building regional stability and prosperity, and helping to keep the U.S. safe and prosperous.

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  21. andyocoregon says:

    A good barometer for the 2020 election. Better than fickle polls. When people contribute hard earned money, it means they really support the candidate.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/trump-campaign-raked-in-30m-in-first-quarter?fbclid=IwAR2qM4ZmD2D9YHexODiFZNR0hpK9yf41HZS4NDCr4o-8awQ1x_W9gElYSFw

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  22. Rynn69 says:

    Nice quick video of Dinesh D’Souza explaining how PDJT’s two greatest weaknesses are political assets:

    Liked by 6 people

    • paulraven1 says:

      I’m disappointed in D’Souza for this claptrap. He’s mostly a bold and exceptional intellectual leader of conservatism but he is too much playing off caricature here. To say Trump has a “Himalayan ego” is a sort of carnival barker line, and misses the deeper elements of the character of an executive.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Andy – Sheez….these people are something else.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Joemama says:

        They are called criminals.

        Think about it. Where can a criminal commit crimes without worrying about arrest/prosecution? In congress. That’s why almost all of them are psychopathic criminals. DC has a natural attraction for psychopaths. Over time the entire political apparatus has become infested with criminal psychopaths. The criminals in congress, ensure that their close family benefits from the criminal prosecution protection and criminal pay for play deals.

        Most people are not criminal psychopaths, so it it is truly difficult for most to understand the depravity of the people that populate our government and the extent of the criminal activity.

        Yes, there are a few decent people, but you can probably count them on two hands.

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        • Dutchman says:

          joemama,
          Not sure I would need BOTH hands.
          LOOK at the sweetheart deal Bidens son got.
          Look at McConnells family.
          Crime families all.

          We, the people created the mess that is Congress, with our complacency.

          WE can fix it. But it takes WORK.

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          Joe – agreed…very sad stuff.

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    • emet says:

      Nancy’s cousin Lawrence Pelosi deeply involved with massive fraud at the SF Hunters Point development. He was (is?) an executive with the contractor Lennar Corp. Feinstein’s husband, Richard Blum, also involved thru Perini Construction. Gosh, what could go wrong building housing on top of the largest superfund site in the US? Lots of whistleblowers came forward, but the US attorney initially kicked the whole thing over to the SF Ethics Committee. Now a few low-level employees of Tetra Tech went to prison for falsifying test results to show no radioactive contamination. And there is a Federal lawsuit. The whole thing is rotten.

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  23. Rynn69 says:

    Viktor Orban ralling Europe to stop the invasion. Vitally important his message gets out. Hat tip Bill Still:

    Liked by 6 people

  24. sunnyflower5 says:

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  25. WES says:

    Any more suggestions as to whom is the White House mole per Sundance?

    Liked by 2 people

    • A2 says:

      What? you want more speculation. So far people here have accused everyone in the Trump administration , including his family. The White House Mole is a squirrel at this point. The Mark Meadows interview post, where this was floated, Meadows never said anything about a mole. So if you want to chase it carry a few nuts in your pocket.

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  26. flame says:

    Facebook fighting “islamophobia” and keeps taking this pic down!!
    Keep this going!!
    WE WILL NEVER FORGET!!

    Liked by 8 people

  27. A2 says:

    Folks here should follow (or read) @MattWolking who is the Deputy Director of Communications – Rapid Response for @realdonaldtrump 2020

    Very interesting tweets. You may read them even if you are not a twitterer. You will not be disappointed.

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  28. Perot Conservative says:

    Liked by 3 people

    • annieoakley says:

      Patrick Moore and William Happer are great men fighting for the truth about the Communist roots of “Climate Change’.

      Like

  29. Perot Conservative says:

    Liked by 5 people

    • A2 says:

      And I would say your statement is risible.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Lets see. The Fed B.P. can NOT refuse entry to these invaders, and is required to release INTO the country, after 20 days.
      But these sanctuary cities, that profess to WELCOME ‘immigrants’, want to be able to REFUSE to take them?
      HOW do the Dems get out of this deep hole they have dug themselves into?

      Lawfare? Doubtful, or we would have heard of them filing a motion already.

      CHANGE the narrative? Hmmm,…doubtful as well. They are already working 24/7 to try to change the narrative on muellers nothingburger.

      And POTUS can continue to milk this, for all its worth. All he has done so far, is talk and tweet about it. If he needs to kick it up a notch, he can start DOING it, just when they think they have changed the narrative.

      How many Dem politicians are getting calls from their NIMBY constituents?

      And, how many who felt self righteous, living in a Sanctuary city, are having their heads explode?
      “OMG, I’m a RASCIST, cause I don’t want shitehole detriuos dumped on MY doorstep!”

      Or, even bigger explosion, “OMG, Trump and the Deplorables are RIGHT, and I have been backing the wrong horse!”

      This is too much fun!

      Liked by 3 people

      • ms Idaho` says:

        When Congress allocated funds for Sanctuary Cities (and a judge said we have to pay) did they specify how that $$ is to be spent? What if it is going to politician’s pockets and not going for the care of those seeking sanctuary? Does anyone here know? Are there consequences?

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    • Kristin DeBacco says:

      Why did Sarah Sanders not bring up in her interview with Wallace that Obama has brought many immigrants to conservative parts of the country??

      Like

    • Kristin DeBacco says:

      Why did Sarah Sanders not bring up in her interview with Wallace that Obama has brought many immigrants to conservative parts of the country??

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  30. citizen817 says:

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  31. A2 says:

    Oh Lordy, Kim Very Fatty 3 has a new moniker “supreme representative of all the Korean people”.

    Did you get that? ‘All the Korean people’. Too bad Neville Chamberlain Moon, as you scramble and release a statement that you will meet with His Porcine Majesty, ‘anytime, any place’.

    SEOUL, April 14 (Yonhap) — North Korean leader Kim Jong-un acquired the new title of “supreme representative of all the Korean people” during the regime’s major personnel reshuffle last week, according to Pyongyang’s state media, in a possible sign of more authority being given to the young leader.

    Referring to the re-election of Kim as the chairman of the State Affairs Commission, the communist state’s highest seat of power, during a key parliamentary session, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Friday described the position as the “post of the supreme representative of all the Korean people and the supreme leader of the Republic.”

    The KCNA and the North’s Korean Central TV have since repeatedly called him this in dispatches on the parliamentary session as well as a national rally in Pyongyang to celebrate the re-election the following day.

    Previously, the president of the Presidium of the Supreme People’s Assembly (SPA) was known as the nominal head of state representing Pyongyang, with the chairman of the State Affairs Commission only referred to as the “supreme leader” of the republic.

    Analysts say the new title may indicate a possible Constitution revision to give more power to Kim as a representative of his country.

    North Korea said it revised the Constitution during the two-day parliamentary session held on Thursday and Friday, but did not disclose how it was amended.

    During the meeting, Choe Ryong-hae, considered one of the closest aides to the leader, was elected to replace Kim Yong-nam as the president of the Presidium of the SPA. ”
    https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20190414000500325

    I will reiterate my humble opinion. Time for the US Treasury to squeeze the Banks and Financial Institutions who launder Kim 3’s dosh, no matter where they are located, specifically China, but Russia, and southeast Asia also. The US Treasury knows who they are, since I know some of them and I’m just a nobody.

    I think South Koreans will have something to say about having Kim3 claiming he represents them, no matter what Neville Chamberlain Moon thinks his groveling to a despotic regime will achieve.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Perhaps consolidating Power, is neccesary, in order to be able to negotiate freely, without having his hands tied?
      As long as he can’t be used to interfere in any way with China ‘negotiations’, and he keeps his rockets in their silos, he can call himself whatever he wants, as far as I’m concerned.

      China is the key, and they can’t use Kim for leverage, so the issue of sanctions against banks is one I’ll leave up to PDJT.

      Maybe its simply a case of “always leave them cab fare!”?

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      • A2 says:

        You have a point, except that is not the scenario or the facts. Kim3 is pushing this for domestic consumption and that includes South Korea. He is indeed consolidating power, but that was necessary, and that includes demoting and promoting individuals who will have his back, or alternatively make him comply with their stance. You have to look closely at his promotions and demotions in this supreme people’s assembly. Have you looked at that? I doubt it.

        To negotiate without having his hands tied , as you say, has a different meaning also. It may also mean, his whims and will will prevail and if you look at what he has said at the plenary session, the Assembly, and to the cadres of the WPK, it was at the local regional level a call to Juche Arms, anti-American, anti-puppet state South Korea.

        So if you know something I don’t, please share.

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        • A2 says:

          I should add, China is A key, not THE key. You must disentangle yourself from the simplistic notion that China directs The DPRK. They have some influence economically but so far Kim3 is playing coy. His father eschewed Chinese influence, and so did Kim3 until last year. He was forced to amend relations by US pressure. China has its own strategy as to how Kim3 should proceed. He is still waffling.

          After all China protected his half brother and his son until Kim sent assassins to Malaysia to kill him. He was a threat to KJU. Now his son is a being protected by a group called the Cheollima CiviL Defense dedicated to over throwing him and creating a free NK.

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    • South Koreans … and their corporations …
      look to mimic Germany’s Jews of the ‘30s.

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  32. citizen817 says:

    Liked by 1 person

  33. winky says:

    This Hollywood director talks about and answers questions about the real agenda of Hollywood…scary stuff Satan is

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dutchman says:

      winky;
      Anyone who doesn’t realise the Father of lies is in control of Hollow woodie, just ISN’T paying attention.
      Sodom, with San Fran as Gemorha(sp?).

      In fact, doubt either could pass Gods test; one God fearing, righteous man or woman in either city of sin.

      Centers of pedophilia, both. Have been since Fatty Arbuckle, and thats a looong time; almost as long as its been, since Pelosi was attractive!

      Liked by 4 people

  34. Dutchman says:

    Ah HA!
    It just occurred to me, a second reason why dems want to give 16 y.o.’s the vote.
    If they are old enough to vote, they are old enough to,…get screwed by more than just the Politicians, if you get my drift. Its a ‘back door’,,(sorry bout dat, no pun intended) to lowering the age of consent.
    All part of the “Anything goes” sexual mores of the marxists.
    They are all “TRYsexuals, after all.
    If its SEXUAL, they’ll try it once, twice if they LIKE it.

    Liked by 2 people

    • jrapdx says:

      Yeah, you just know the next thing they’ll want to do is lower the “voting age” to 12 or maybe 10. Hey, if the ruse works once, why not go for the gusto?

      Liked by 2 people

    • paulraven1 says:

      It’s a simple formulation. The more the Left’s policies fail, and the more that reasonable people see and experience these failures, the more the Left will need both to import and/or recruit voters with a sub-optimal capacity for reason or civic comprehension. I.e., illegals, felons, benighted young people, etc. and to keep our younger generation ignorant (corrupt and ideological educational system).

      Liked by 2 people

  35. nwtex says:

    Liked by 4 people

    • Jase says:

      I’m always loathe to comment on the electoral practices in the USA, primarily because the Australian system is nothing to write home about … however:
      If the Dims insist on using the popular vote as a means of electing presidents, it seems to me that they must embrace compulsory voting in order to ensure a true reflection of the ‘will of the people’; they must also agree that the Feds oversee the election, not the States because voters will be electing the Federal leader directly, not State electors.
      Of course, compulsory voting would also inevitably lead to a nationally uniform voter registration system – strictly overseen by, say, DHS, or a new department thereof.
      Somehow, I can’t see them agreeing, so I assume the EC will just have stay.
      (All of this, of course, still doesn’t take into account the constitutional amendment required etc, but it would be fun to float it just to see them twist themselves into knots.)

      Liked by 1 person

      • lotbusyexec says:

        Love it Jade – PDJT needs to keep poking them in the eye with their CRAZY ideas and unconstitutional ways!

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      • mr.piddles says:

        “they must also agree that the Feds oversee the election, not the States because voters will be electing the Federal leader directly, not State electors.”

        Exactly. It seems obvious, but I don’t think the Other Side has thought this through.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      He’s just another vainglorious child of a decadent and civically ignorant culture.

      Liked by 1 person

    • paulraven1 says:

      I wonder if any of these dangerous idiots realize that Alexander Hamilton championed the electoral college.

      Liked by 2 people

  36. Stillwater says:

    (My previous post didn’t seem to go through so I’ll try it again without the extra demo links.)

    Here is an interesting speech Tommy Fisher gave about his dad, his innovations, words of wisdom and the founding of Fisher Industries (the company the developed Fisher’s Bollard Fence Installation System).

    Gene Fisher: 2019 Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame inductee acceptance speech – 02/13/19 – (14:08)

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  37. Troublemaker10 says:

    Liked by 6 people

  38. henry says:

    Looks like Lois Learner, et al, will never see justice done to them. I’m not a lawyer for but maybe lurkingLawyer can opine on this review?

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/04/courts-show-undue-deference-unaccountable-government-officials/

    Under the Supreme Court’s doctrine of qualified immunity, courts will hold government officials liable for violating the rights of their fellow citizens only if a prior court, adjudicating another case with virtually identical facts, has already held that such conduct was unconstitutional, effectively ensuring that nearly zero government officials ever face federal trial for their crimes.

    In essence, police officers and other government officials, theoretically those members of society best equipped to know the current state of the law, are held to a significantly lower standard of legal conduct than ordinary citizens, for whom ignorance of the law is not a defense.

    This toxic deference to government authority also extends far beyond the context of police misconduct. Courts regularly allow federal agencies to define the scope of their own authority and redefine what their own regulations mean on the fly, with little to no oversight. State and local governments are routinely permitted to pass laws protecting the business enterprises of well-established and politically connected individuals from upstart competitors under the barest and most transparent of pretenses, often with the courts themselves proffering potential justifications to help the government’s case.

    This is a judicially created doctrine with no basis in the Constitution.

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    • ristvan says:

      Lurking lawyer here. The NR article is at best confused, lumping together in one 9th. Ir uit complaint three distinct issues.
      1. The exact circumstances around the search warrant for illegal gambling machines and proceeds, the search, and the subsequent case that went on appeal and found against the searchees. If the cash and rare coins were deemed coming from gambling proceeds, then they were properly seized. Dunno the details, didn’t bother.

      2. The question of qualified immunity for government officer acts (here a police search). That is a necessary legal doctrine to protect officials who act in good faith from being legally attacked (lawfare) by those who didn’t like the act. A complex subject concerning what comprises ‘good faith’ that NR skips over almost completely with its superficial observations.
      Is ‘philosophy of law’ related to the issue of prosecutorial discretion over who to charge, what the charges are, whether to plea bargain, and what to recommend for sentencing. For TCTH, the Awan plea Liu’s office accepted is a current ‘burning’ example.
      In both qualified immunity and prosecutorial discretion, the underlying legal philosophy is not to paralyze the process by demanding perfection everywhere and always.

      3. The doctrine of judicial deference to executive interpretation, where the current governing SCOTUS case is Chevron v NRDC. This has little to do with qualified immunity and should not have been in the same article.
      The NR assertion that courts just allow agencies to make up their own rules and interpret them willy nilly is just wrong. At the federal level, there are sets rule making processes described by law (Clean Air Act is but one example) with proceedings exposed to the public in the federal register.
      And while judicial defence exists (as it must if courts are not to willy nilly rewrite those executive branch rules and their interpretation) there is a good argument by those like Clarence Thomas that Chevron is too broad and needs to be narrowed. Likely to get looked at soon as EPA trims its ‘climate change’ sails and gets sued by greenies.

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  39. Dora says:

    I’m afraid we might already be beyond the point of no return.

    ====

    ‘Hostile’ migrants break border gate to enter Mexico, then attack police — and they’re headed north
    No one could stop them
    https://www.theblaze.com/news/migrants-break-border-fence-mexico

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  40. henry says:

    https://www.skynews.com.au/details/_6025992424001

    Ardern ignorant for ‘thinking the Muslim community all believe in the hijab’
    Canadian human rights activist Yasmine Mohammed says Western women who don the hijab are perpetuating oppression and misogyny.

    Ms Mohammed has told the Outsiders program that New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was ignorant for ‘thinking the Muslim community all believed in the hijab’.

    She says the truth is most Muslim women in Western nations don’t wear the hijab, but that millions around the world are ‘brutalised’ if they choose abandon the head wear.

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  41. henry says:

    Well, Jacinda; you’ve really made a mess of things with your muslim a$$kissing.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2019/04/this-will-be-war-if-you-call-the-bible-hate-speech-brian-tamaki.html

    Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki has made an open threat to anyone who claims any part of the Bible is hate speech.

    Posting on his Twitter account, Tamaki appears to have made the remark in response to critics of Wallaby rugby player Israel Folau, who last week claimed “hell awaits” gay people.

    Destiny Church’s Brian Tamaki slams Jacinda Ardern, Government’s urgent gun law reform
    Brian Tamaki defends his controversial tweets
    Israel Folau’s gay comments aren’t hate speech – Jacinda Ardern
    “This will be war if you call the Bible hate speech when any verse in it is quoted,” his tweet read.

    “How dare secular, liberal, left-leaning, atheists openly attempt to legislate our founding faith, Christianity or the Bible as hate speech.”

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  42. Bigbadmike says:

    Watching Morning Joe Canonize Mayor Peter this morning. It’s obvious they are all in and truly believe that He is the One. After watching clips of the Mayor for the first time, I hope they are successful in their kingmaking. If he becomes the nominee, 49 States will be in play for the President. Like Old Abe said, “You can’t fool all the people all the time.”

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  43. henry says:

    How many of you here belong to The Women’s March?

    https://www.newsweek.com/twitter-urged-suspend-trump-after-president-accused-sharing-propaganda-videos-1395824?amp=1&__twitter_impression=true

    The Women’s March—a women-led rights advocacy group—urged Twitter to suspend President Donald Trump’s account for posting a video showing Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar intercut with footage of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

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  44. duchess01 says:

    Cory Booker Admits Releasing Migrants In Sanctuary Cities Would “Make Us Less Safe”

    April 15, 2019
    from ZeroHedge

    https://www.sgtreport.com/2019/04/cory-booker-admits-releasing-migrants-in-sanctuary-cities-would-make-us-less-safe/

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  45. linda4298 says:

    Donald J. Trump

    Verified account

    @realDonaldTrump
    1h1 hour ago
    More
    What do I know about branding, maybe nothing (but I did become President!), but if I were Boeing, I would FIX the Boeing 737 MAX, add some additional great features, & REBRAND the plane with a new name.
    No product has suffered like this one. But again, what the hell do I know?

    7,888 replies 5,542 retweets 28,078 likes
    Reply 7.9K Retweet 5.5K Liked 28K Direct message My husband and I just acquired some Boeing stock, so I welcome this.

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  46. PInky1920 says:

    Isn’t it amazing that Pearl Harbor happened almost 80 years ago and is written into the consciousness of any American with a semi functional brain.

    9/11 happened less than 20 years ago and we are being threatened, harassed and bullied into silence about it by those whose political ideology is the EXACT same as those who carried out the attack. And they are members of CONGRESS.

    There’s a reason our young people know almost nothing about 9/11; and what the overwhelming majority believes is that what happened is America’s fault.

    They will live one day under the shackles of sharia law, and worse, thanks to our government “schools”, unless something changes, FAST.

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