Thursday, June 21, 2018

Join us for lunch: Speaker Dennis Mayo will speak on WATER ISSUES IN CALIFORNIA

Thursday, June 21 at the Red Lion Hotel, 1929 4th Street, Eureka
Doors open at 11:00 with meeting at 11:30 and program at 12:00

Dennis Mayo will speak on WATER ISSUES IN CALIFORNIA

Dennis is a Humboldt County native. He has been a lifelong horseman and rancher in Humboldt County.
He currently served as a board member of the McKinleyville Community Services District. He is also a board member of the Association of California Water Agencies as well as the Region I Chairman for the Association of California Water Agencies.

PLEASE JOIN US FOR AN INFORMATIVE TALK ABOUT A VITAL CURRENT ISSUE!

RSVP this month to Valerie Simons (707) 839-3543
Text: 707-499-1650; email to: fritzsimons@suddenlink.net
Lunch $16.00 Coffee or beverage $4.00 Menu TBA. Cookies.
Make checks payable to HRWF
Please Note: A reservation made is a reservation paid

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

To be clear: The NY Times reporter who said there is no such thing as the Deep State was sleeping with and getting classified documents from the Director of Senate Intel Security

Liberal Immigration Lawyer Details How Obama HIMSELF Justified Family Separation




























Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Pro Tip #1: You will never change the mind of the person whom you’re directly debating. Thus, you will never “win” an Internet debate. Instead, focus on making your case to an undecided person who may be watching your exchange.



"Obama holdovers at Voice Of America failed to broadcast the Singapore summit into North Korea"

“We cannot have a justice system that bases decisions on anything other than facts.”



















..."This inspector general’s report should conjure anger, disappointment, and sadness in everyone who reads it,” Gowdy said said. “We cannot have a justice system that bases decisions on anything other than facts.”

"We give police and prosecutors tremendous powers, and with those powers comes a corresponding expectation of fairness and just dealing,” Gowdy continued. "Respect for the rule of law is the thread that holds the tapestry of this country together.”...



Let’s recap the past immigration positions of Clinton, Obama and Jeh Johnson, shall we?































Monday, June 18, 2018

Here's the full Trump remarks today on immigration: "The United States will not be a migrant camp and it will not be a refugee holding facility."





Many "well coached" asylum fraudsters "posing as families"





Trump to Establish ‘Space Force’ as New Military Branch



Poll: Americans’ Satisfaction with Direction of U.S. Reaches Highest Point Since 2005

#AwanBrothers is where identity politics jumps the shark



THE ASSOCIATION FOR LOS ANGELES DEPUTY SHERIFFS ENDORSES JUDGE STEVEN BAILEY (RET.) FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL

We are excited to announce the launch of New Way California’s website: http://NewWayCA.org ! Spread the word and join us in advancing real solutions to the challenges facing our great state.

“While student “Dreamers” here illegally from south of the border garner bleeding-heart front-page stories ... the high-achieving sons and daughters of legal immigrants from Asia are getting shafted by far-left Democrats.”



















Sunday, June 17, 2018

Where were liberals when a president (Obama) was handing migrant kids over to human traffickers?





Like the viral image of immigrants from the Obama-era falsely attributed to the Trump administration, a photo of a child immigrant locked in a cage spread around by immigration activists has turned out to be yet more fake news.

...It turns out that (it) was right to worry about conservatives calling it "fake" because fake is exactly what it is. The image was taken as a protest stunt by a pro-immigrant group.



















Sunday Funnies









Happy Father's Day

















NRO editorial on the #IGReport: Yes, There Was FBI Bias

Citizens of the ultra-progressive Seattle have lost patience with political leaders’ failure to address the homelessness crisis



Don’t believe the hype that “Amazon killed the Seattle head tax,” the new levy that the city recently passed on businesses to fund an affordable-housing initiative. The truth behind the city council’s stunning reversal—repealing the tax by a 7-2 vote, just four weeks after passing it 9-0—is that Seattle citizens have erupted in frustration against the city’s tax-and-spend political class that has failed to address the homelessness crisis, despite record new revenues.

As recently as a few years ago, it seemed as if Seattle voters largely viewed our hyper-progressive city council as a harmless oddity in an otherwise tolerant, thriving, liberal city. But times have changed...

While Amazon has grabbed all the headlines, this battle touches on an even deeper paradox of political life in Seattle: we have created one of the most dynamic, innovative, upwardly mobile cities in the nation—a testament to the power of our unique brand of compassionate capitalism—yet we have also spawned a hardcore socialist contingent that wants to tear it all down.

Fortunately, the head tax fight has revealed that some of the core constituencies of the progressive coalition—affluent liberal neighbors, labor unions, and blue-collar workers—are starting to turn against the politics of the far Left....

After years of skyrocketing local taxes and failing public programs, Seattle voters have begun to understand that taxes alone don’t solve problems; what’s needed is strong leadership and sensible public policy. The evidence against the city council’s approach to homelessness is piling up on every street corner and public sidewalk in the city: out-of-control street camping, thousands of discarded hypodermic needles, and property crime rates four times higher than New York City....

There’s a limit to progressivism, even in America’s most progressive city. The backlash is coming.



Released: The 52-page report briefed to Congress on the Mandalay Bay Massacre


Saturday, June 16, 2018

MALE PRIVILEGE:

Friday, June 15, 2018

Report: Netflix Bans Employees from Looking at Each Other for More Than Five Seconds

President Trump promised that putting America first would be the solemn duty of his Administration. It also creates an effective foundation for U.S. leadership in the world.

"(T)hese aren’t tariffs they are a #TheftTax"



(E)xperts say Hillary arguably could be charged until March 2025





...prosecutors favor the more severe 18 U.S. Code § 793, which is part of the notoriously tough Espionage Act. The law restricts possession or retention of information “relating to the national defense" and carries a possible 10 years in prison, with a 10-year statute of limitations....

Because of the passage of time, it’s possible Clinton cannot be charged under the gentler statute. She left office in February 2013, and the law’s specific wording covers when someone "knowingly removes such documents or materials without authority and with the intent to retain" them — written in such a way that the clock may begin when removal happens.

“I think that under this statute, the proscription is on the removal and it would run from removal,” prominent defense attorney Barry Pollack told the Washington Examiner.

But under the harsher law, the 10-year countdown arguably started in late March 2015, when tech aide Paul Combetta had what he told the FBI was an “oh shit” moment and deleted stored emails using the software BleachBit, after forgetting to do so months earlier.

Under the tougher law, "I would think its statute [of limitations] would not start to run as long as the person has the documents,” Pollack said. “It has a ten-year limitations period, not five.”...

"Trump and Kim Have Just Walked Us Back From the Brink of War"







Tired of Winning Yet?



It has been a week full of wins for President Donald Trump -- at least for those who share Trump's view of the way the world works, and perhaps even for some who don't.

Exhibit A is Trump's summit meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in Singapore. In their self-congratulatory joint statement, they said that North Korea committed to "work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula" and the United States agreed to "provide security guarantees" to North Korea....



Thefts rise after California reduces criminal penalties





California voters' decision to reduce penalties for drug and property crimes in 2014 contributed to a jump in car burglaries, shoplifting and other theft, researchers reported.

Larcenies increased about 9 percent by 2016, or about 135 more thefts per 100,000 residents than if tougher penalties had remained, according to results of a study by the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California released Tuesday.

Thefts from motor vehicles accounted for about three-quarters of the increase. San Francisco alone recorded more than 30,000 auto burglaries last year, which authorities largely blamed on gangs. Shoplifting may be leveling off, researchers found, but there is no sign of a decline in thefts from vehicles.

Proposition 47 lowered criminal sentences for drug possession, theft, shoplifting, identity theft, receiving stolen property, writing bad checks and check forgery from felonies that can bring prison terms to misdemeanors that often bring minimal jail sentences....



Trump Administration Wins Key Obamacare Lawsuit







A federal appeals court has handed the Trump administration a major victory by ruling against an insurance company whose lawyers claimed the taxpayers owed it $214 million in Obamacare subsidies. Moda Health Plan had sued the government, claiming that it was owed the money pursuant to the law’s “risk corridor” program. The Trump administration argued that it couldn’t legally disperse the funds because doing so would have violated an explicit congressional requirement that this particular subsidy program remain budget neutral. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit agreed with the Trump administration.

Yesterday’s appeals court ruling reversed a summary judgment handed down by Judge Thomas C. Wheeler of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims wherein he ordered the government to reimburse Moda for losses it incurred on coverage sold via Obamacare exchanges. That Wheeler’s ruling was reversed shouldn’t be surprising, however. He was the only judge to find for the plaintiffs in any of several risk corridor lawsuits — and for good reason. Article I of the Constitution is not ambiguous about which branch of our government is authorized to appropriate funds from the U.S. Treasury. Judge Wheeler evidently skipped the high school class where the rest of us learned these things: ...

US to withdraw from UN human rights council: report







Former Trump attorney: IG report gives "clear evidence" Trump was right to fire Comey







"With @HillaryClinton, everyone was given immunity. With @realDonaldTrump, it's search warrants, subpoenas, breaking down doors at 6 a.m. guns ablaze."

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Happy 243rd Birthday to the @USArmy!

Phil Salzone is an 88 year old Korean War veteran who requests his photo be shared showing how happy he is that he was able to live long enough to see President Trump accomplish what he thought was impossible.

"The sad reality is that every action taken in this “matter” was driven by the false smug certitude that the #Hildebeest would prevail in the election"











Happy Birthday, President Trump!



















#FlagDay



'DOJ has some 'splainin' to do.' Brit Hume tweets about 'missing texts' and the Left just can't DEAL