June 19th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #881

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570 Responses to June 19th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #881

  1. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • NvMtnOldMan says:

      Sunny—In a short time the dims and msm will be crying that there is too much money in politics. It is perfectly OK when hilarious had 1 billion $ to run against Trump. Are these clowns predictable or what?

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  2. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    CarpeDonktom’s G-Rated version of “I like Trump!”

    NPCs to flip out in 5 4 3 2 1 “Orange man bad.”

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  3. Zippy says:

    War vet Sen. Duckworth (D-IL) on Trump draft deferments: ‘I’m sorry, but it’s baloney’
    18 Jun 2019

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/war-vet-sen-duckworth-on-trump-draft-deferments-im-sorry-but-its-baloney-132841107.html

    From back when Dims didn’t like Biden much:

    Biden deferred, disqualified from Vietnam duty
    1 Sep 2008 – SFGATE

    https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Biden-deferred-disqualified-from-Vietnam-duty-3196927.php

    Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Biden received five student draft deferments during the Vietnam War, the same number of deferments received by Vice President Dick Cheney, and later was disqualified from service because of earlier asthma.

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  4. Ilcon says:

    Git along Hill doggy.

    From the mouth of babes.

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  5. getfitnow says:

    FTA – Few have ever heard of “Health Reimbursement Accounts,” but they could fundamentally change the nation’s health care system — for the better — and destroy the Democrats’ case for socialized health care.

    Late last week, the Trump administration finalized rules that will let companies put money into tax-exempt HRAs that their employees could then used to buy an individual insurance plan on their own. Seems like no big deal, right? Except it will start to unravel a 77-year-old policy mistake that is largely responsible for many of the problems the health care system suffers today.
    https://issuesinsights.com/2019/06/19/trump-just-revolutionized-health-care-and-nobody-noticed/

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    • Sorry, but we got rid of millions of those employees – we hire non-immigrant visa holders now, because we don’t have to do anything for them. So, you have millions of now permanently-unemployed Americans (they don’t show up in the “unemployment figures” anymore) who don’t have health care.

      I know that “socialized medicine” isn’t popular here, but the only way to provide medical care is to remove the “for profit” motive. Insurance companies lose money every time someone needs to be treated. Hospitals also lose money when they treat you. So, nobody wants to treat you unless you’re rich, in which case they want to overcharge you.

      At the end of the day, the employee is supposed to “BUY a health insurance plan” as a way to enable the FOR-PROFIT industries to continue doing what they do. It’s all fine until you get really sick and from now on the FOR-PROFIT insurance companies consult their ACTUARIES and decide either that you can’t buy a policy anymore or the policy won’t pay for most things.

      No, “Medicare for All” – or whatever you want to call it – is the one and only way to do it. Access to health care is a fundamental human right guaranteed in the preamble of the Constitution. (The right to “life” and “human happiness.”) The FOR-PROFIT motive is eliminated. When you’re in the hospital … and you don’t have to content yourself with “the emergency room” … no one in the hospital administration is consulting “Revenue Management.”

      My father would have =died= of a C-Diff infection (as his brother DID die …) because the insurance company would not pay for Vancomycin. We walked into Revenue Management with a $3,000 certified check, and they had the audacity to call the bank before THEY called the doctor and authorized him to give my father the medicine that did save his life. His brother was not so lucky – but hey, by dying he did save the insurance companies a lot of money.

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        Wrong thread.. and it’s “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”. The ‘medicare for all” theory would not change the way hospitals work; as they would just milk the federal system for all they could. First fix the overpriced healthcare industry, from doctors to drugs, and then take on the insurance companies. (Truly sorry to read about your Uncle.)

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Aren’t you an attorney?

        There will be no motive for improvement with public health care. See the VA, England, Canada … Canadians come to the US for health care due to the 6- and 9-month waits – just for a basic cancer test. If they wait, it can be too late.

        30-50 Million illegal immigrants, obesity, and an aging population aren’t a good combo. And I know men that wait 5, 10, 20, 30 years and go to the doctor 2 or 3 times? A friend tells me, “My wife and daughter go all the time… ”

        Meanwhile, a doctor in the Midwest provides primary care for $60 a month; unlimited visits; email consultations; and drug prices slashed. The truly Free Market.

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      • Ilcon says:

        For profit is America liberty.

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      • L_Dave says:

        If the right to “life” includes healthcare then it includes everything, e.g. food, shelter, etc. If the “right” also means something other than access, such as “free”, then you’re really headed off the deep end. Does my right to bear arms mean that the government must provide me with a firearm?

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        • You can buy your own gun if you want one, but yes, I submit that you should be able to walk into a doctor’s office or a hospital anytime you need to go there. The accountants and actuaries will not determine your treatment plan as they do now.

          And we CAN afford it. Right now we spend trillions of dollars every year on the business of blowing people up. We can divert a tiny fraction of that money to the business of healing people. All we need is the simple determination to do it.

          We eliminate the profit motive from the entire health care system. Health care professionals will be extremely well-paid no matter what they do. Fair, controlled, even generous prices will be paid for supplies and medicines. Money will be made available to help develop new drugs, faster.

          We can fix the problems that other countries face – “American Style™” – and show them how to care for their people efficiently without forcing the patients to care about dollars. Like every single other thing that we Americans set our minds to doing, we can do it “the very best in the world” and show everyone else how it’s done.

          Never suggest that “The United States of America(!)” … “can’t.” Instead: “watch this.”

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          • AMK says:

            Mike, dude…SMH…So are you going to pay my student loans, my continuing ed, my licensing fees?

            Let me put it like this…I have the liberty to have coffee every morning, it is what makes my life happy…you happen to own a coffee shop…so, in your way of thinking, I have the right to come in every day and get free coffee…see how that works?

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            • KnowSERENoFear says:

              Exactly. Individual rights do NOT include taking the rights from others. If I have to give up my property ($), or a hospital worker has to give their time & talents without compensation for another’s “health care,” then it is NOT a right. The right to life and/or healthcare means that it is not denied…it may be too expensive… but it is available…it is NOT forbidden or unlawful.

              Healthcare is expensive because folks can afford it and civil law promotes frivolous law suits and awards hefty settlements. Additionally, current law makes it difficult to engage atypical solutions for ailments. Trim down these factors and capitalism will force the system to become affordable.

              And the fact is…we all will die someday.

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            • KnowSERENoFear says:

              Exactly. Individual rights do NOT include taking the rights from others. If I have to give up my property ($), or a hospital worker has to give their time & talents without compensation for another’s “health care,” then it is NOT a right. The right to life and/or healthcare means that it is not denied…it may be too expensive… but it is available…it is NOT forbidden or unlawful.

              Healthcare is expensive because folks can afford it and civil law promotes frivolous law suits and awards hefty settlements. Additionally, current law makes it difficult to engage atypical solutions for ailments. Trim down these factors and capitalism will force the system to become affordable.

              And the fact is…we all will die someday.

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            • TPW says:

              In theory you are right…..that is a real free market of supply and demand sets prices and makes them competitive. But as Sundance has written about….there is no such thing as a real free market…..Everything the government sticks it nose in…..FDA…..Regulations, restrictions affects the cost of Health Care. Unfortunately Most can not afford it and many do not get employee coverage. Even though employers pay either a % or all of your Insurance it is still money directly out of your pocket. If you are a small business sole proprietor you are really screwed by the individual market. Back to my point until Health Insurance premiums are truly set by a free market and Government through regulation, gets out of the way, then I see Mike’s point. To PT’s credit he is trying to get back to competitive market. The ability to access Doctors is a matter of life and death in many instances so comparing to student loans is a non starter. JMHO

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            • oldumb says:

              To be fair he wasn’t saying the coffee should be free, just not $987 a cup and your life depend upon it. I think he wasn’t allowing a 6 to 7 figure income for the coffeeman. Just saying.

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          • Lack is not all says:

            Lived in several countries with controlled medicine by the government: a disaster, complete disaster, including England and Spain. I also lived in Michigan: half of the patients waiting in the Dr’s waiting room where Canadians willing to pay privately just to have treatment. In Canada they had to wait ages to maybe get something, including be denied for trivial reasons. Whom i am going to believe, an utopian guy who writes in a blog or my own eyes and ears?

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          • You shouldn’t =have= “student loans.” My out-of-state college degree cost $13,000 and it was paid-for entirely by a scholarship. For in-state it could have been as little as $3,000. Today, that same public(!) institution calmly says that the degree will cost $350,000.00. But I don’t see college professors driving around in Lamborghinis.

            It’s very simply Wall Street. When they couldn’t sell “derivative securities” based on mortgages that no one could pay, they began to sell them based on “student debt” that no one could pay. And so far no one – yet(!!) – is stepping back and saying: “Hey, this is bullshit!” Yet.

            Meanwhile – “we agree to disagree” about health-care, and that’s okay with me.

            I’m quite certain that the USA, of all countries on this planet, can make this social promise to every citizen, and can make it work “American Style.™” I know that we have the money, and that we can analyze other countries’ experiences and solve their mistakes. The thing that’s holding us back right now is the erroneous theory that health care(!) can be provided “for profit.” I believe that you have an inalienable right to health care regardless of ability to pay.

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            • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

              Regarding the college professors and their Teslas: their average salary these days is over $100k/year. Not bad for a minimal part time job since TAs do much of the classwork. And there is absolutely NO reason why an algebra textbook which cost about 20 bucks some thirty years ago is now going for $118.95. Like the medical industry, higher education has become a scam from top to bottom and the whole system needs a major league reset.

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            • KnowSERENoFear says:

              IMHO – the answer is for the sovereign States to handle healthcare. This way, folks can select a State that best meets their needs.

              To put it in the hands of the federal government is foolhardy. First, the Federal government could give a rat’s a$$ about the health of Americans…instead they will only look at controlling healthcare to gain power and promote further dependency. Second, the Constitution does NOT enumerate the specific power of healthcare to the Federal government; therefore, per 10A, it is reserved to the States…or we can amend the Constitution to enumerate the administration of healthcare to the Federal government.

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            • trialbytruth says:

              So conscript all doctors to work for a “living wage” Grow up the problem with medical cost is third payer.

              Everybody makes a cut and the more it costs the bigger the cut courtesy of insurance conduits of government money.

              Remove the middle man and private enterprise will do just fine. Multiple levels of care multiple levels of cost.

              Regarding college you are so completely full of crap how old are you ? So you have s drivers license yet.
              I tire of this juvenile lunacy and the high jacking of this thread have a blessed day. DLTDHYWTGLSY

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            • Justin Green says:

              Why do you think college tuition rose so much?
              Vast amounts of government money made available with no credit check.
              Colleges raise tuition to soak it all up.

              Health care is expensive for a NUMBER of reasons:
              1) Pricing isn’t transparent. With insurance paying, people don’t care what it costs.
              2) It’s often purchased in an emergency and you can’t shop around online.
              3) We subsidize other countries who put price caps on medical services, drugs, and devices.

              It’s NOT expensive because of profit motive.
              Take away profit motive and have the government be the sole provider (as they often are for elderly-type illnesses such as arthritis) and you get what we had when they cut Medicare reimbursement rates – older doctors simply closed their doors or stopped taking medicare and went to practicing 2 days a week.

              You can’t violate the laws of economics, no matter how hard you try.

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            • Redzone says:

              The Government can’t do anything right. Obama, Hillary, Bernie, and the Democratic Socialists want the government to run healthcare, because that is a giant leap toward Socialism. I’m sure you have good intentions, but government run healthcare is a non-starter.

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          • Bert Darrell says:

            Mike R.: you are beginning to sound like AOC. Pie in the sky paid by other people’s money.

            I’ve heard of some attractive African countries (like the Congo and Somalia) where you can move in without a visa and get plenty of free stuff (if they don’t chop your head first, that is). We know that because citizens from those countries snicking into the USA via Mexico. They contend that they come here illegally out of their eagerness to show us that it can be done. They do so “out of love” as one politician told us a few years back.

            Just in case you wonder, I lived in a bunch of countries, some providing free health care to all, including tourists and transients, and learned that government-run health care systematically delivers sub-par medicine, inevitably results in health-care rationing, increased mortality rates … and great health care for politicians and other privileged scoundrels.

            Private health insurance is a great invention and I strongly recommend it. There are some serious insurers out there.

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          • starfcker says:

            I applaud you, Mike. I don’t agree with you 100%. But I agree with you a whole lot more than these people who think what’s going on right now has anything to do with liberty or freedom. Those notions are extremely foolish, hard-boiled brainwashing.

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          • tdaly14 says:

            Most of our debt is Medicare/Medicaid, not blowing people up.

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          • booger71 says:

            Just curious…how much of a doctor or nurse’s labor should one own?

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          • Shakey Leaf says:

            “I submit that you should be able to walk into a doctor’s office or a hospital anytime you need to go there. The accountants and actuaries will not determine your treatment plan as they do now.”
            What incentive do YOU have to lead a healthy life? If you can just walk in and get treated with no skin in the game, we will go broke. “Free stuff” takes away the responsibility of the individual. YOU are responsible for your health; not me, and definitely not the government.

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      • jx says:

        Free markets bring plenty, controlled markets bring scarcity.

        Why not go to Venezuela and enjoy yourself?

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        • steph_gray says:

          Yikes! With all due respect, it’s really (and thankfully) rare to see this level of economic misunderstanding on CTH.

          Please read any of sundance’s economic articles, or listen to some Dan Bongino podcasts, or read Milton Friedman, or something, anything…!

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      • testpointwp says:

        Medicare “guidelines” change annually. If those who administer medicare decide that the course of treatment your doctor prescribed is not according to the current medicare guidelines, medicare will pay nothing. That includes emergency room treatment and hospital stays.

        There is no appeal process. Medicare does not care. There is no out-of-pocket maximum. It doesn’t matter how much you’ve paid into medicare. I know. It happened to me.

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        • Yes, Medicare in that regard acts like every other health insurer. And part of their problem is that once again they’re paying into a “FOR PROFIT” system.

          I fell on a ramp, blacked out, and foolishly went to the ER. After a few minutes doing absolutely nothing to see if I had a concussion, they gave me two shots. They billed the insurance company for “intravenous therapy.” I informed the insurer that they had done no such thing. The hospital managed to turn a simple thirty-minute ER visit into a nine thousand dollar utterly-fraudulent billing. I don’t know how much (if anything) that hospital actually got for their trouble. But another very-obvious problem in our FOR-PROFIT system is … FOR-FRAUD.

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        • Bert Darrell says:

          That is incorrect, testpointtwp. I’ve seen Medicare statements received by two of my neighbors, Every single statement comes with an additional page explaining how to appeal Medicare decisions.

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          • testpointwp says:

            As Yogi Berra once said, “In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.”
            In my experience, the Medicare appeals process exists in theory but not in practice.

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      • Justin Green says:

        “I know that “socialized medicine” isn’t popular here, but the only way to provide medical care is to remove the “for profit” motive. Insurance companies lose money every time someone needs to be treated. Hospitals also lose money when they treat you. So, nobody wants to treat you unless you’re rich, in which case they want to overcharge you.”

        Removing the profit motive simply removes supply of the services, creating shortages. Hospitals don’t lose money when they treat you, unless the person doesn’t pay. So that’s wrong as well. Insurance companies don’t view paying a claim as a loss. It is a business expense and they price their premiums accordingly, adjusting for rates of usage and cost of services as needed. So that, too, is wrong.

        Access to health care is a fundamental human right guaranteed in the preamble of the Constitution. (The right to “life” and “human happiness.”)

        First, that’s in the preamble to the Declaration of Independence, not the Constitution.

        Second, health care is NOT a fundamental human right. There are NO rights which guarantee you the benefit of the services or goods of another person at no cost to you, period. If all doctors retired tomorrow, and no doctors were graduating from medical school or otherwise available, how is that right to be guaranteed by anyone? Ridiculous.

        Health care is a private good created by people. Do we have a right to have access to Ford vehicles? No. The right to have access to food? No (and not eating will kill you, too).

        It’s the “pursuit of happiness”, not “human happiness”, so that point is simply wrong.

        The right to “life” simply means that your life won’t be ended unjustly or without due process by the government and that the government is constituted to make sure nobody else takes your life unjustly. The latter is mostly accomplished by virtue of murder and other forms of homicide are illegal and punishable.

        If you have a beef with the insurance company, then it’s contract law, not the Declaration of Independence, which will serve you best.

        I’m truly sorry for the loss of your uncle.

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      • BarclayMtnMan says:

        do you really think that the vancomycin would be covered if the government was paying? probabaly only if your a swampian. last I looked vanco didn’t cost 3000.00 either.

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      • CC says:

        Among us seasoned seniors citizens….Does no one remember when the idea was pushed, back in the 1980’s….to do away with company benefits, such as health insurance and pensions? Back then, the corporates made no bones about not wanting to pay for employee health insurance.

        I may be wrong but it seems that when one works for a huge corporation, they tend to dominate your life. There should be rewards, for a long careers with said entities. One only has to look at the multitude of articles, both scholarly and open source, about “work life balance”.

        The millenials don’t remember…they were watching Sesame Street….

        Things that were talked about then, among other things in politics, we have been living.

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    • ElGato says:

      I need to share an experience working with Anthem Blue Cross. At that time they had 37 million patients. I presented to their top level a very simple idea of having patients utilize a pharmacogenetics test, a simple cheek swab, to determine if the meds they were taking were therapeutic or created adverse reactions. It would help eliminate the 100,000 deaths per year caused by adverse drug reactions and would highlight the drugs that simply did not work for that patient, allowing the doctor to prescribe the proper medication(s). In the first year, the cost savings in medication alone to Anthem was $2.5 Billion, and this was only for their Medicare patient base that was on two or more medications. If they tested all of their patients, the savings was $12.5 Billion per year. The calculations used were their numbers, not just some pulled out of the sky.

      The benefit to patients also included an app that allowed the patient to search any over the counter medication to verify whether it was genetically compatible or whether there was any danger associated with a combination of their current meds. Also, if their doc was about to prescribe a new medication, the patient could plug it in and actually show the doc whether it was compatible or not and suggest a safe alternative.

      Anthem declined.
      It’s not about the patient.

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        Interesting story, ElGato. Could you please explain how an app can predict the efficacy or possible deleterious effect(s) of all prescribed medicines based on a genetic test?

        What does this test determine? Are all possible human genetic maps or DNA loci relating to the targets of all prescribed drugs known or is this some futuristic plan that could eventually improve drug applications?

        One last question. Are all or most patients intellectually capable of interpreting the indications selected by the app?

        Thank you!

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        • ElGato says:

          Yes Bert, this simple test is available now. Most labs will charge around $300 and it only needs to be done once. Some hospitals are even offering it as an incentive for your child if you deliver them at their birthing centers. The major difference is having this information available on a smart phone, tablet or laptop. The company I’ve been working with on and off over the past few years has this app patented. As for the ease of interpretation. Green is compatible, yellow and red are caution and warning, which can be emailed directly to your physician or pharmacist.

          We all metabolize drugs differently,but in most cases are we are prescribed “medicine” like we are all the same.

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          • ElGato says:

            I forgot to mention that early on we had an “in” with Tom Price through Emory University when he was Secretary of HHS. We all know where that went. However, using our government’s own figures, we could save around $120 Billion per year with Medicare patients alone. Yes, $120 Biliion. It’s simple, non-intrusive, and gives control back to the patients or guardian. Ironically, the company contacted me last week to see if I’d be interested in helping them re-launch. We’ll see as I’m having too much fun being a new Dad.

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          • Bert Darrell says:

            ElGato: thanks for your reply. Is it possible for you to address the questions listed in my second paragraph? These were/are:

            What does this test determine? Are all possible human genetic maps or DNA loci relating to the targets of all prescribed drugs known or is this some futuristic plan that could eventually improve drug applications?

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            • ElGato says:

              Sorry Bert, I had my boy jumping on me while I typed my previous response to you.
              This specific app covers 130,000 medications and how they could react to any potential current drug to drug, drug to illness, drug to allergy, drug to food, and drug to gene reactions based on your specific health profile AND genetic makeup. They will be adding supplements as the company grows. (Most folks don’t know that the vitamins they take daily may not metabolize properly. Lots of money down the toilet.)
              What’s most important, other than the test, is the patient or guardian fills in the patient profile as completely as possible.

              Regarding the improvement of drug applications, it defines for each individual patient as to whether they will benefit, not benefit, or be harmed by the drug depending on how that individual metabolizes said drug and the information in their patient profile. So, in a way, yes. The patient can be protected from drugs that may make them very sick or even kill them. It happens to patients daily.

              My wife, two brothers and a SIL are physicians. They don’t teach this in residency. Truly an important pathway to individualized medicine.

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    • dallasdan says:

      Absolutely true.

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  6. Bigly says:

    Idea for a Trump ad would be to combine all of the dems saying “manufactured crisis”

    Put it around their neck and throw them into the deep end…

    https://hotair.com/archives/2019/06/19/dems-manufactured-crisis-border-never-mind/

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    • snarkybeach says:

      NPR was fact-checking his speech this morning. “So called hoax,” “They tried to erase your vote with illegals” and “CNN sucks” bothered them greatly.

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      • H.R. says:

        snarkybeach: “[…] and “CNN sucks” bothered them greatly.”

        There’s just only so much time at a rally or else the crowd would eventually get around to “NPR Sucks!”

        That would make NPR happy. “We’re big time, now! Did you hear all those people chanting NPR Sucks?”
        ;o)

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      • Amy2 says:

        I worked late so I watched the rally on youtube; ABC’s broadcast. They had “fast fact” crawlers. When PDT was talking about healthcare, it said (paraphrase) the healthcare repeal was voted down in 2017. When he was talking about the dem candidates, they showed polls from Quinnipiac for EACH one versus Trump and all were higher. They had a few normal stated facts, but most of them were ever so sneakily a slam to our president.

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        • snarkybeach says:

          the NPR reporterette was at the rally and took to describing it as if she were on the moon. I find it amusing they are still clinging to the Russia narrative by describing Presidential pushback as a lie.

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  7. youme says:

    The swamp is scared to death of this new global crypto currency

    Globalization…good

    Global crypto currency free from government oversight….very bad

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    • Nick the Deplorable says:

      Nothing more than a pre paid credit card. Cannot resell your coin for cash can only buy goods or services. Value will not go up or down according to markets. If you get banned or suspended by facebook will they fine you and keep your coins?

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      • No, it’s not even that. It’s a system of Barter based on numbers that are (presently) very hard to compute and which have interesting mathematical properties. One Achilles Heel is that the tokens, which can only be used once, are “scarce.” The other Heel is the accountability system, which seeks to avoid having a single point-of-trust but which therefore trusts everyone.

        It won’t work at all as a system of exchange, but if properly marketed it =will= drive profitable speculation, selling of exotic computer equipment, and big power bills. The target is simply those who want to get rich quick, and “Facebook®” is a well-known brand name that suggests credibility to some suckers.

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    • Ilcon says:

      F the Fascist.

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    • Robert Smith says:

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    • Luke of the D says:

      I will sell you some of this super-secret cryptocurrency stuff! It is incredibly valuable. Current selling price is One FaceBuck for 1000 ounces of gold! Limited time offer! Just send me your gold and I will send you an email with One FaceBuck! You can spend it anywhere on anything because… uhm… I say it is valuable, or something. Trust me. Send me your gold. Ignorance is strength.

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  8. Kristin DeBacco says:

    “ A Frantic crowd…” that’s what the Belgian De Standaard called us, deplorables.
    The article was up early this morning but has disappeared by 7:00am AZ time.
    The rest you can hear daily on CNN and it’s ilk, I don’t need to repeat that.
    How difficult was it to call it what it was:”enthusiastic”?

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  9. Tparty says:

    The FIB opens a case against 8Chan. A place where the synagog shooter visited and ironically the home base of Q. Michael Malice interviewed by Jack Posobiac. About 5 min

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  10. Nordic Breed says:

    For those of us who are praying daily for our country and our president, here is a good article concerning how important that is:

    https://www.crisismagazine.com/2019/why-satanism-is-now-on-the-center-stage-in-the-culture-war

    Blessings to all.

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  11. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • Deleting e-mails from a server (I-F this actually happened, and I-F the server actually existed, which I doubt), after they have been subpoenaed, =IS= the textbook definition of “obstruction of justice.” The very text of the statute includes “destroying evidence.”

      I’m quite sure that this is among the things that Bill Barr and his prosecutors are “looking into” right now.

      But it is also crystal-clear to everyone with eyes that certain members of the US Congress are engaging in obstruction also, as part of the greater conspiracy. They are protecting a political friend from prosecution (as best they can) for a crime that she did commit, while harassing a President who didn’t.

      They can’t help but hear it now: “tick tock Tick Tock TICK TOCK TICK TOCK TICK TOCK …”

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      • L_Dave says:

        When I think of Comey’s bastardized notion of criminal intent i.e. “intent to break a law” as opposed the intent to commit an act, I get sick to my stomach. Under Comey’s standard, a guy who knowingly transports 50 KG of cocaine in the trunk of his car is innocent, so long as he didn’t intend to violate U.S.C. # blah blah blah.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Bill Barr said the Clinton Foundation and email server investigations were “close to fruition”.

        PA Cody Hiland from Arkansas was selected to investigate it 18 months ago, and there was one note that a Grand Jury was seated 1 year ago. FYI.

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      • Bendix says:

        Aren’t those emails also on the Weiner computer?
        Why was the MSM so eager to claim it was a “shared” laptop?
        It seems to me that Huma put stuff on Anthony’s computer to hide it.
        It also seems to me that Huma withdrew her divorce petition to work details out in private, but that was a year and a half ago.
        Plenty of time to divide what little property they had in common.

        I still believe someone sent that girl to Anthony.
        Was it so that his computer could be seized as evidence?
        Was it to make sure it never saw the light of day again?

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    • waltherppk says:

      NSA already has archived ALL of the deleted “Hillary” (State Department) emails …..
      unless those signal captures have been “deleted” too.
      (Obama would have to ordered that be done …..and WHY?)

      NSA positively SHOULD HAVE BEEN very interested in a “private server” being used to circumvent use of a secure and monitored Dot Gov email system in “off the books” routine use by the “State Department”. Such a “system” would have been FLAGGED as a SECURITY BREACH and would be given “special attention” for signals capture and analysis to see EXACTLY why that kind of blatantly CRIMINAL ESPIONAGE was occurring.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Perot Conservative says:

        To be fair, I believe Dick Cheney had an off the system server, not sure if that was protocol then.

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        • waltherppk says:

          If there was a “personal use” back channel for personal business that is fine, but if that back channel was being used for government business that is NOT ALLOWED.

          Liked by 1 person

  12. hard masada says:


    KAG 2020 is just over the hill, folks. Let’s keep the pedal to the metal, where the rubber hits the NEWLY PAVED roads (come ‘on (D) get the Infrastructure/Immigration Bills done)).

    Liked by 2 people

  13. maggiemoowho says:

    Not sure if anyone is watching this Reperation (pure BS) hearing, but if this BS is considered by any Republican, they need to be voted out. This reperation bullsh!t is a global movement. The idiots leading this movement want land taken away from Whites, they want bank accounts stripped from Whites and much more. This is happening in South Africa, White farmers are being murdered and their land taken from them. I pray to God that Americans stand up and fight this BS.

    Liked by 9 people

    • maggiemoowho says:

      Sorry, I spelled Reparations wrong.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Ilcon says:

      Who are the racists.
      All citizens are due reparations personally from every Democrat politician. The true slaveholders.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Eric says:

      Slave reparations?!

      This is how they are wasting their time?

      Predictable, but how utterly sad.

      Liked by 6 people

    • bsdetector4u says:

      Why are reparations being brought up now? The democraps are losing their African American voting base because President Trump is bringing jobs to their communities. Democraps are scared and have to find a way to get the Blacks back on the plantation. Thus the push for reparations.

      Liked by 10 people

    • jx says:

      Democrats always have to enslave someone. They’re mental cases.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Pale rider says:

      I did some work for a South African about one year ago, he is white, family white, parents still in South Africa. As soon as I asked him he immediately said “that doesn’t effect us we live in a peaceful area” and minimized the whole issue. He didn’t want me to talk about it as we were around some others. It was strange to say the least.
      How does this happen to a people and a country? There will is broken and they back off things like this. Obama brought an arrogance to the black community, entitlement, not that it wasn’t there before but now whites are giving in due to fear.
      Hollywood is pushing this as well as MSM and a host of other platforms. No good will come of this. It needs to be rebuked in every arena, street, courts, social media. The fear drives people to submit.
      Americans have a freedom that enables thought, as our rights are diminished our thought is repressed. Fear is the result. It’s all by design of globalists. THE invaders are already programmed with fear, now a voting block. There demands will now be considered.
      As long as you see borders open, the “shot callers” are globalists.

      Liked by 1 person

      • mikeyboo says:

        I disagree that the invaders are programmed with fear. I think they are programmed with arrogance- to wit: ” You Americans are the cause of our suffering. YOU OWE US!!!!”

        Liked by 3 people

        • Pale rider says:

          Arrogance? Its ignorance, and a cover for lack of self respect. You can’t consistantly take handouts and have self respect. That’s what our government does to minoritys and anyone who will except, It is a form of control, communism, socialism, marxisim, which democrats are advocating daily. These governments survive in ignorance and fear, that’s where these people come from. Fear, ignorance, it produces poverty.

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  14. Truthfilter says:

    The analysts keep trying to reconcile recent poll results with last night’s enormous rally turn-out. Most of them are hanging their hats on the notion that the crowds at the rallies represent PT’s core base and not the independents and moderates “he needs in order to win in 2020.”

    No.

    The traditional political theories just don’t apply to POTUS in 2020. He already has the support of moderates and independents. Last night’s crowd was full of them. In 2016, there were very few staunch conservatives or lifelong Republicans lining up outside the stadiums to see him. Those folks remained in the Never-Trump/Cruz camps until very late in the General election period, IIRC. Many of them have boarded the Trump Train since then. I know from my own experience as a campaign volunteer that many of his supporters in early 2016 were people who had never been engaged in politics before and registered as GOP just to vote for DJT in our state’s primaries. The numbers of new GOP registrations in 2015-2016 prove this. The moderates and independents ARE his core base. He has had them from “hello.” There aren’t too many more “fence sitters” out there to be won, no matter what the experts say, no matter who the DNC nominates.

    The Democrats will have to cheat, steal, and murder to win in 2020. And they know it.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Ilcon says:

      Truth, Truth.

      Like

    • L_Dave says:

      I’ve observed another phenomenon which may play a part. Many people have broken the habit of automatically answering the phone and, instead, only answer if they know the caller. These people are thinkers, and are capable of personal growth and independent action. They went against the grain and voted for Trump. On the other hand, the same people who’ve voted Democrat their whole life just like their parents are the same people who never question why they still need to run to the phone whenever it rings.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Deb says:

        In 2016, many PDJT supporters openly bragged about lying to pollsters. People are aware that they use the polls to try and shape public opinion, and they are fed up.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Truthfilter says:

        You are so right! I’m one of those people. The constant harassment by telemarketers in the last 25 years has caused people to ignore calls by unfamiliar numbers.

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        • Greg1 says:

          I used to *NEVER* get polling calls. I always thought it was because I was a registered party member of something other than a democrat. Started getting them awhile back. Usually just hang up.

          Got a call last week wanting to poll me on Presidential politics. I told them that polls are often manipulated to get the results the pollster wants. If they want to know how people poll, they can wait and see the real poll results………….on election day.

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      • Quite a few polls these days are conducted on the Internet. They send e-mails around inviting you to participate in a short survey. It’s unobtrusive, and fairly easy to check that the responses are authentic.

        But, if someone right now did an opinion poll and from it predicted the outcome of an election that will happen in November of NEXT YEAR … sorry, but that’s complete nonsense. “There are lies, damned lies, and public opinion polls.”

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        • Tseg says:

          I only answer polls if they agree to pay me first. In my business we spend significantly to individuals to hear their opinions.

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    • CM-TX says:

      True. I see daily one or more voters confess they didn’t vote for Trump in 2016, but will be in 2020. The majority voted for an independent, or not at all. Those who admit having voted for Hillary, usually apologize.

      This has been an ongoing thing for the last year– & from people that aren’t associating it with the Walkaway movement, etc.

      Unfortunately, the Left’s ramping up the 2016 effort to manufacture faux-online support of Dems, while blocking PDJT/conservative support.

      They failed to figure out this actually chases more people away, as does all the negative Media spin. But like the fake-polls, it’s also meant to shield the massive incoming voter fraud, & they expect to get away with it.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      He has a majority, but not all, Independents.

      Start a war with Iran, which could easily unravel … lose some folks, including war weary and soccer Moms.

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  15. sunnyflower5 says:

    Liked by 6 people

    • It’s fairly ridiculous to assert that someone was lugging suitcases full of currency around with him, especially when he’s crossing many international borders and every nation on Earth is watching out for these things. Significant amounts of money are always “wired.” It’s safe, it’s secure, and it’s accountable.

      Probably the only reason why you’d want to produce a “black ledger” is that it’s impossible to prove whether what it is saying is true or not. The alleged transactions cannot be accounted for.

      Believe it or not, some people are pretty smart about things like “carrying $10,000 in a suitcase.” Clumsy FBI attempts didn’t work and the suitcase is still in a foreign lawyer’s vault, waiting to be produced as evidence.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Hopefully, Manafort finds some kind of equitable justice because I am sure he got railroaded.

      I await similar prosecutions if this was on the level..because DC is filled with them. Like when everyone started doing FARA registrations which, I assume, were provoked by Mueller making it a thing. The DOJ did open their FARA investigative unit recently to make it like FARA is really, really a thing now.

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  16. Ilcon says:

    Humorous.

    And there’s this.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. Sherri Young says:

    A different perspective from a Wall Street guy who dropped out to travel across the country and listen to people in the underclass. First heard about him on a podcast interview. Now follow him. He adds a lot.

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    • Deb says:

      This is the rationale they use to force the winners to share, aka socialism’s

      And with socialism call you get is a permanent upper class who gives the permanent lower class just enough to get by, until suddenly they don’t. See Venezuela.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Deb says:

        I apologize for the typos, my phone seems to change things after I hit post.

        Liked by 1 person

        • starfcker says:

          Deb, not quite. There is a little different argument. Unrestrained capitalism becomes a winner-take-all, like a game of Monopoly. That would be bad enough. The best public policies result and what is called broad money. The idea is that everyone gets their piece of the pie through their efforts. In many cases that is no longer possible. Here’s why. We allowed a certain group of people to counterfeit a trillion dollars a year for 4 or 5 years and then lend it to themselves at 0% interest. They used that money to buy all the productive assets in the world. They didn’t earn that money, it didn’t represent any stored effort on their part. But it spent just as well as your and my earned money. It’s not socialism to take that back and redistribute it amongst the citizens of our country. It’s not anti-capitalist to lock these people up for the rest of their lives.

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  18. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Liked by 6 people

    • beach lover says:

      One thing I look at.. is do I know anyone who voted for Trump in 2016 that is NOT voting for him in 2020?!! Answer is simple and obvious. No

      Liked by 1 person

  19. beach lover says:

    John Solomon hinted at this last night on Hannity’s show, but couldn’t go into it for lack of time.

    https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/449206-fbi-warned-early-and-often-that-manafort-file-might-be-fake-used-it-anyway#.XQpHrxhuK4U.twitter

    FTA
    “When the final chapter of the Russia collusion caper is written, it is likely two seminal documents the FBI used to justify investigating Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign will turn out to be bunk.

    And the behavior of FBI agents and federal prosecutors who promoted that faulty evidence may disturb us more than we now know”

    Liked by 4 people

    • beach lover says:

      also in the article…

      “The April 12, 2017, Associated Press article reported that DMI (Manafort’s company) records showed at least two payments were made to DMI that correspond to payments in the black ledger,” an FBI agent wrote in a footnote to the affidavit.

      There are two glaring problems with that assertion.

      First, the agent failed to disclose that both FBI officials and Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutor Andrew Weissmann, who later became Mueller’s deputy, met with those AP reporters one day before the story was published and assisted their reporting.”

      This Weissmann character is a low=life scum. I hope he will be one of the first to be jailed for all the wrongdoing he has committed against innocent people.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Robert Smith says:

        Yep, the ‘ole base investigation on reports (initiated by them) circular dance the IC does.

        Liked by 2 people

        • beach lover says:

          They did it throughout this whole fiasco! Which to me makes the MSM as much as Weissmann, Comey and Mueller guilty of a crime. McCabe as well. That was their MO.

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    • Ilcon says:

      Isn’t this the prosecutor ChinaJoe got fired?

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    • CM-TX says:

      It was also recently exposed that FAKE affidavits were used to prosecute 5 witnesses/whistleblowers in Uranium One. The author of didn’t actually EXIST… or at least NOT as far as the Gov title/position he claimed.
      IIRC: several had made prior plea deals, & one or more were trying to have it overturned b/c of this.

      Considering there’s been similar discoveries in other recent cases, including Flynn’s – it sounds like the use of fraudulent evidence, & withholding of exculpatory was/is STANDARD PROCEDURE for D0J & FB¡.🤨

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  20. Cathy M. says:

    “Rocket hits site of foreign oil firms in Iraq’s Basra”
    including U.S. ExxonMobile

    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/19/rocket-hits-site-of-foreign-oil-firms-like-exxonmobil-in-iraqs-basra.html

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    • Bigly says:

      What’s amazing to me is how many of us think this is the work of the CIA to start a war with Iran. As if sanctions would not cause Iran to lash out. The terrorists would just sit there and take it.

      Other of the right think Israel should just handle it and no matter what Iran does, we should not get involved. I don’t get this thinking. It’s dangerous.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Free Speech says:

        Pick one:
        1) Israel is God’s chosen people, and he’s not going to let anything happen to them. Just look at the Six Day War.
        2) We’ve got to constantly be involved fighting against countries all across the Middle East or Israel will get blown to smithereens.

        I understand the nuke/wmd prevention argument though, as much as I hate it. There’s a thousand ways to deliver that right to our doorstep. It doesn’t have to just be on a rocket that can reach Israel.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        We should destroy their oil facilities one at a time until they get the message.

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    • Yes I saw this. Iran is acting up–like a naughty toddler–in an attempt to get sanctions relief, imho.

      Separately I read that POTUS is listening to others outside the administration (namely Tucker Carlson) to balance the more hawkish advice from Bolton. The opinion article below lists a number of alternatives that US can pursue to address Iran misbehavior, namely:
      *enlist allies in efforts to counter Iran
      *”Washington can add more to the equation by bringing offensive cyber-capability from the National Security Agency and Cyber Command. The intelligence community can partner with other regional players — notably Israel and Saudi Arabia — to unwind Iranian intentions and plots.”
      “Work with private shipping companies re. better security, protected convoys, early warning, etc. (draw on expertise developed in countering the piracy off West Africa coast)

      Author of the piece is retired USN Admiral and former supreme commander of NATO, fwiw.
      I’ve also read that the additional 1000 troop deployment as largely “force protection” and ability to support limited but targeted responses to Iranian aggression.

      https://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2019/06/17/commentary/world-commentary/u-s-can-keep-strait-hormuz-open/#.XQpm-S2ZOT9

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  21. sunnyflower5 says:

    Here comes The Stump….

    Liked by 5 people

  22. testpointwp says:

    New York reps believe they can repeal the laws of physics.

    From the New York Daily News –
    Cuomo’s own version of the Green New Deal, would require 70% of electricity used in the state to come from renewable sources such as wind, solar and hydro by 2030. By 2040, 100% of the state’s grid would come from clean, carbon-free sources.

    Of course they have absolutely no idea how this can be achieved. This bill, with slight variations in percentages and dates, is expected to pass soon.

    When the wind doesn’t always blow the subways won’t go.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Unfortunately, the entire(!) “Green New Deal” is empty air. We have to have a 99% reliable power grid – and, while we certainly can and should develop other sources (such as, “why not put a solar panel on every roof?”) – we can’t achieve what these people are looking for merely by legislating it. The utilities business would be considerably easier if we could.

      Liked by 1 person

    • brace1272 says:

      There won’t be any new hydro because the environuts won’t allow any new dams to be built.
      Many of our politicians seem to have college degrees that didn’t require any training in science.

      Liked by 1 person

    • jx says:

      Wind? Windmills are a scam fueled by tax incentives. Solar? Yeah NY is such a sunny place. Hydro, let’s dam every creek.

      Liked by 3 people

    • lurker2 says:

      I hadn’t really followed the news in New York … it looks like Cuomo and others are trying to ban natural gas production and use in the state, which is insane. I’m sure there’s some gorup of people controlling the decision-making and they’re going to make a huge pile of cash from this crazy venture.

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      • testpointwp says:

        That group would be friends and family connected to the politicians who pass this legislation. Millions of $$$ will go to favored industries being incorporated right now to take advantage of this “wind” fall.

        When it all fails, as it surely must, the Dems will claim good intentions while their lawyer friends sue the state (under provisions in the proposed law) for failure to comply with the law and endangering New York residents.

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    • Luke of the D says:

      And how exactly are they going to build the windmills using 100% “clean, carbon-free sources?” They don’t exactly grow out of the ground. There is steel and plastics and copper and magnesium and silicon and other rare earth metals… oh and oil (to transport and assemble the windmills) and likely coal (to smelt the steel and other metals) and concrete (lots and lots of concrete). Yeah, I will buy into the idea that windmills are “green” when pigs fly.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      New York will at great cost to their citizens give Cuomo a bragging point for a non-existent political future outside NY.

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  23. sunnyflower5 says:

    ..way up in THEIR polls.

    Liked by 4 people

  24. OhNoYouDont says:

    https://wtop.com/fourth-of-july/2019/06/details-for-president-trumps-salute-to-america-released/

    Schedule of events:
    National Independence Day Parade — Constitution Avenue NW from 7th Street to 17th Street NW

    11:45 a.m. — 2 p.m.
    Marching bands, fife and drum corps, floats, military units, giant balloons, equestrian, drill teams and more celebrate Independence Day in this patriotic, flag-waving, red, white and blue celebration of America’s birthday.
    Salute to America — Lincoln Memorial

    6:30 p.m. — 7:30 p.m.
    President Trump leads a celebration of America’s military with music, military demonstrations and flyovers. Gates open at 3:30 p.m.
    A Capitol Fourth Concert — West Lawn the U.S. Capitol

    8 p.m. — 9:30 p.m.
    Co-sponsored by the National Park Service and the National Symphony Orchestra, A Capital Fourth honors our nation’s 243rd birthday with an all-star salute of the best in American entertainment. Gates open at 3 p.m. Get more info at pbs.org/capitolfourth.
    Fireworks Display

    9:07 p.m. — 9:27 p.m.
    Independence Day culminates with a spectacular fireworks display over the National Mall. The fireworks will be launched from West Potomac Park and behind the Lincoln Memorial. They will be visible from locations throughout D.C. and Northern Virginia.

    Liked by 7 people

  25. Perot Conservative says:

    Liked by 3 people

  26. Ilcon says:

    Out Front.

    According to Bretbart.

    Liked by 3 people

  27. Ilcon says:

    Buzzfeed reporter.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Ilcon says:

    Nervous Nancy.

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  29. Ilcon says:

    Liked by 2 people

    • Debra says:

      Detention camps feature shelter, water, food — the basics —- along with many other resources.

      What AOC wants is to ELEVATE these people’s standard of living above what they left in their native countries, AND, above what U.S. citizens living at or below the poverty line’s standard of living!

      And she wants a pay raise to do so . . .

      Vote these socialists out of OUR government houses, PLEASE!

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  30. sunnyflower5 says:

    Media members are irresponsible & disgusting

    Liked by 3 people

    • cheering4america says:

      Everywhere you look you see comments from invaders/Dreamers (” “)/Anchors, and etc. from all different countries, basically saying “Everyone has the RIGHT to enter America.” This is what they are taught. They really believe it. Somehow we have let this problem fester for so long without enforcing the law that the rest of the world doesn’t believe that WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO ENFORCE OUR OWN SOVEREIGNTY. And unfortunately, the leftists among us have adopted the same attitude.

      Liked by 2 people

      • mr.piddles says:

        It’s a certain type of schizophrenia… “America is AWESOME! Everybody wants to come here, and we should LET THEM IN NO MATTER WHAT!!!”… followed by… “Did I ever tell you how much I hate America?”

        #BrainWorms

        Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      Army bases should line the border with the area of the base forming the border.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      Soledad O’Brien is an angry, racist woman. Enough said.

      Liked by 1 person

  31. This from yesterday re. Venezuelan “exporting” gold via Russian planes to Uganda–official reserves with some of the markings on the ingots “scratched off”–shows how desperate Maduro is becoming.

    “On two early-March flights, at least 7.4 tons of gold with a market value over $300 million moved from Venezuela to a refinery in Uganda, say officials in Venezuela and Uganda, a foreign diplomat and Venezuelan opposition lawmakers, who have concluded Mr. Maduro’s government exported the ingots”

    Apparently some within Uganda are investigating the receiving company (African Gold Refinery LTD) which has established links to Middle Eastern interests.

    Note that while $300MM is a lot of money, this is significantly down from prior years–“Between late 2017 and Feb. 1, 2019, the central bank sold at least 73.3 tons of gold, with a market value of around $3 billion, to companies in the United Arab Emirates and Turkey, the National Assembly’s finance commission announced in February.”

    Link behind WSJ paywall:
    https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-7-4-tons-of-venezuelas-gold-landed-in-africaand-vanished-11560867792?mod=searchresults&page=1&pos=1

    Seems that Maduro’s options–and “stash” of national assets to plunder–is diminishing. That might augur well for opposition’s prospects, though not for the poor beleaguered Venezuelans.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. NJF says:

    Lovely.

    Liked by 7 people

  33. sc conserv. says:

    Daniel Horowitz
    @RMConservative
    That was quick. No debate. an entire year’s worth of an invasion and cartel warfare truncated into a few billion in funding for refugee resettlement. lovely.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. sc conserv. says:

    From what Horowitz and others are saying , the “bi-partisan” bill will be a huge sellout.
    Hope Trump does not cave like he did 7 months or so ago.

    Daniel Horowitz
    @RMConservative
    ·
    3h
    They are funding the resettlement of illegals rather than the deterrence thereof.
    Quote Tweet
    Conservative Review
    @CR
    · 3h
    GET IT TOGETHER, REPUBLICANS.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Eric says:

      Last night must have been rough on you. 25,000 screaming President Trump supporters.

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Resettlement— as in —“Please do not make yourselves too comfortable, you will be leaving soon!”

      Liked by 2 people

  35. ms Idaho says:

    I have a rally question. All the pics and discussion focus on the crowd inside the arena. leading up to the rally there was talk of an overflow crowd, large screens for viewing and how many tickets were requested. Has anyone heard how many attended the overflow?

    Liked by 2 people

    • ms Idaho says:

      I was reading comments from Rush re: the rally. He repeated the 25,000 inside number. then said there were even more outside. If true, seems to me that is fantastic – an attendance record?

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  36. Ilcon says:

    Two different Orthodox Jews lobbying on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood.

    https://bigleaguepolitics.com/influential-democrat-lobbyist-caught-in-qatar-influence-buying-scandal/

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  37. waltherppk says:

    Liked by 2 people

  38. waltherppk says:

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Ilcon says:

    Seb Gorka’s wife.

    Liked by 3 people

  40. waltherppk says:

    Yeee Haaaaa !!!!! Turn it loose Good Ole Boys …..Let the dogs out !!!

    Liked by 2 people

  41. Perot Conservative says:

    New Katie Hopkins movie about the EU invasion. Please post reviews here!

    Like

  42. waltherppk says:

    Liked by 1 person

  43. Countrywatch says:

    For those who doubt Wray:

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  44. Nick the Deplorable says:

    Liked by 2 people

  45. waltherppk says:

    Vote Republican

    Proud To Be Deplorable

    Liked by 1 person

  46. Louisiana Tea Rose says:

    HELP!!!!!!!

    I AM A TRUMP ADDICT.

    Last week someone posted a video of a montage of Election Night 2016, starting out with Rachel Maddow harping on how he could not/would not win. The rest of the video was Trump winning states, and Bret Baier voice-ing the historic win.

    I NEED THIS VIDEO!!!! HELP ME!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  47. Ilcon says:

    Like

    • mr.piddles says:

      Brain teaser… What’s more pathetic: CNN’s ratings? Or CNN itself?

      One more… CNN is an Existential Threat to CNN.

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  48. sc conserv. says:

    https://www.conservativereview.com/news/senate-heads-toward-addressing-border-crisis-funding-refugee-resettlement-legal-aid/
    “The question Trump voters need to ask is: What is the endgame? It’s OK to give in to Democrats once or twice if you have a solid plan to hold the line on other points of leverage – from invoking an 1182(f) shutoff and getting rid of DACA to designating the cartels as terrorists, deploying the military more aggressively, and using must-pass bills and budget bills in September to hold the line. But that has never happened for the first 2.5 years, and there are certainly no signs of that happening now.

    However, in the Orwellian language of the bipartisan swamp, prioritizing illegal aliens is yet again is somehow touted as “funding border security.”

    If Trump even got something – just one thing, whether ICE agents, more border interdiction assets, or just one policy change – it might be worth giving Democrats this funding. But we got nothing.”

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  49. waltherppk says:

    This Is Good Too For 2020

    Let’s All Work Together to

    Keep America Great ……

    Get On Board The Trump Train … And Never Look Back

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