Saturday, July 8, 2017

"When countries work together, everyone prospers."

Polish president: It's "fake news" that my wife snubbed Trump handshake

CA 2.0: "big-government statism, corrupt one-party politics, and failed statesmanship"

Consider this:

Friday, July 7, 2017

California has a bill to spend $3 billion to help millionaires get $30k-$40k discounts when they buy a Tesla.

Senator Andy Vidak (R-Hanford) recently voted against Assembly Bill 1184 (authored by Phil Ting, Democrat from San Francisco). AB 1184 would spend $3 billion in state funds to help millionaires get discounts when they buy an all-electric car, primarily ones made by Tesla. The measure was approved 7-2 by the Senate Energy, Utilities & Communications Committee.

“Now the state appears to be in the business of subsidizing a billionaire’s company (Tesla) and millionaires who want buy these boutique electric cars,” stated Vidak. “In my back yard, where I live, people are very, very poor, and they are already paying into Cap and Trade. If Cap and Trade continues to go forward… that could add another 40 cents, 45 cents, maybe more (to the cost of a gallon of gasoline), for those folks you are saying are not rate payers, but yet, they are still not going to be able to afford these ($70,000+) cars.”

The alleged goal of AB 1184 is to encourage people of less means to be able to buy an electric car instead of a normal combustion engine vehicle. However, critics of the scheme point out there is no “means test” in AB 1184, meaning that anyone, regardless of how wealthy they are, will get a rebate of up to $30,000 to $40,000 from the state for buying an all-electric car (i.e., a Tesla)....keep reading, at the link.


President Donald Trump will soon have the ability to start remaking Washington’s second-most powerful court

TRUMP AND PUTIN FACE TO FACE... US, Russia reach cease-fire agreement in Syria

Calling all #feminists. Time to get upset over NOTHING (again)!

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump arrive at the G20 dinner


Record 153,168,000 Employed...
Government jobs boom?

The reaction to Trump's Warsaw speech is probably clearest indication that right and left no longer share a common understanding of America

Equating Western civilization with fascism is increasingly prevalent among liberals.

Thursday, July 6, 2017


Trump's Warsaw speech was excellent.

President Trump delivered one of the most important speeches of his young presidency on Thursday. Billed as “Remarks to the people of Poland,” the address was as clear a statement we've heard of Trump's nation-state populism.

Trump cited Bishop Michael Kozal, who died in Dachau: “More horrifying than a defeat of arms is a collapse of the human spirit.” A nation can endure economic recession, and even military occupation. What it cannot recover from is loss of pride. “As the Polish experience reminds us,” Trump said, “the defense of the West ultimately rests not only means but also on the will of its people to prevail and be successful and get what you have to have.”

This lesson raises “the fundamental question of our time”:

Do we have the confidence in our values to defend them at any cost? Do we have enough respect for our citizens to protect our borders? Do we have the desire and the courage to preserve our civilization in the face of those who would subvert and destroy it?

What Trump is saying is that the future of the liberal democratic West depends on the non-liberal-democratic institutions from which we derive our values: family and faith. “We can have the largest economies and the most lethal weapons anywhere on Earth, but if we do not have strong families and strong values, then we will be weak and we will not survive.” Nor will we survive if we neglect the non-liberal-democratic institutions that enforce liberal-democratic values: the military and police.

Trump doesn't just want victory over ISIS. What he is calling for is nothing less than a reinvigoration of national spirit, of confidence, of pride in America and her allies. “Our own fight for the West does not begin on the battlefield—it begins with our minds, our wills, and our souls.”

These are more than remarks to the Poles. They describe a world of sovereign nation-states, governed by peoples proud of their histories and confident in their futures, united in common cause against the enemies of civilization, of freedom and human dignity. And Trump presents a challenge in the form of a question: Are we still made of that stuff that populated a continent, became an industrial powerhouse, went to the moon, and defeated the Kaiser and the Fรผhrer and the Emperor and the Politburo? I hope the answer is yes.

The US media is embarrassed not because Donald Trump is doing a bad job in Europe but because he's doing so well

How big a lead do Democrats need on the generic ballot to win the House?

Can Ted Cruz save the Republican health-care overhaul?

The revenge of economics 101. Missouri is set to REDUCE St. Louis' job killing minimum wage from $10 to $7.70:

Let's not get sucked into another round of negotiations with North Korea

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Steve Scalise READMITTED to ICU…

The Internet’s Best CNN Smackdown Gifs

Kobach: Reports stating that 44 states have "refused" to provide data to voter commission are "patently false."

Polish Crowds Cheering as President Trump Arrives in Warsaw

Cosmopolitan, Elle, and the Attack Against Conservative Women

Charlie Gard is the test we avoid, the decision we dread. He's all the choices we thank god we've never had to make

At this time of cultural conflict, I am hugely relieved Trump is in the White House as defender of the faith.

The geniuses at CNN thought it would be a good idea to pick a fight with the American people on the 4th of July

Trump’s Airport Reform Could Lead to Lower Ticket Prices

How liberal Portland became America's most politically violent city

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Happy Independence Day, America!
Happy 241st Birthday America!!

Blistering: This is how Tennessee and Texas responded to California's outrageous "travel ban."

Single-party dominance has made California a little crazy.... There are now eight states on California’s travel ban list: Alabama, Kentucky, South Dakota, Texas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kansas, and North Carolina....

Tennessee lawmakers wrote a blistering response to California.

The message mockingly noted appreciation that “California will not be sending its economic development teams to Tennessee to recruit our businesses, but we can still send our teams to recruit their businesses.”

Texas lawmakers also lambasted the travel restrictions.

“California might be able to stop their state employees, but they can’t stop all the businesses that are fleeing over taxation and regulation, and relocating to Texas,” Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s press secretary, John Wittman, said.

California was among the many states that joined a lawsuit against President Donald Trump’s revised travel restriction on six countries labeled “countries of concern” by Congress and the Obama administration.

The list included Sudan, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen—all of which have been deemed terrorist hotbeds.

It would be safe to assume that those countries are not in line with the LGBT agenda. Yet, California seemingly finds red states to be more problematic than terror states.

California’s cultural secession is enormously dangerous to the future of the country and is a prime example of the increasing intolerance of modern progressivism....

If North Korea's claim of its first ICBM test-launch is true, it has barreled over a red line.

There's a fundamental misperception that only women can effectively advocate for the issues that women care about or are touched by.

Signals that the Trump administration may disband the White House Council on Women and Girls have set off a new round of attacks against President Trump. But there's no malice in objectively assessing whether this office is needed to advance the concerns of girls and women, or to ask whether it's just a tool to advance a narrow set of issues and solutions.

Assessing the need for a Council on Women and Girls is in part about good stewardship. President Trump made it a priority for all federal agencies to conduct a top-to-bottom review — looking for areas of duplication and waste....

Women's issues too often get narrowly defined as paid leave and reproductive rights. All issues are women's issues and we are impacted by all policies, from infrastructure to tax reform and energy to technology. Looking at the council's track record under President Obama, we see an office that selectively promoted progressive policies to the neglect of the other roles that women face. Women are small business owners, employers, and students too....

Americans are tired of the politics of division which pit women against men and girls against boys. In a household, everyone is working for the family's benefit, not just for the girls or the boys. Why shouldn't we expect the same of our leaders?

Monday, July 3, 2017

Trump offers to help terminally ill baby in England

Dilbert Creator Scott Adams Mocks Left’s Obsession With Trump’s Tweets: Click and watch!


Illinois Will Collapse in 3…2….1…..

Mark Levin appearance with Jesse Watters.

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Evergreen State College attacks on @BretWeinstein were worse than known

Sunday Funnies