Saturday, November 25, 2017

DNC Posts Lowest October Fundraising Numbers Since 2003

California: You've been swindled again.

HJTA: Wanna know where your tax dollars are really going? Do ya really think the new gas tax money will go to the roads? May be a small piece of it, but don't bet on it! You've been swindled again.

Friday, November 24, 2017

Thursday, November 23, 2017


Wednesday, November 22, 2017


"Do you want [the internet] to be governed by engineers and entrepreneurs or do you want it to be run by bureaucrats and lawyers here in Washington?"

Sebelius: Clinton WH Doubled Down On 'Abusive Behavior'... 'Went after women who came forward'...

"Not only did people look the other way, but they went after the women who came forward and accused him," says Kathleen Sebelius, the former secretary of Health and Human Services and Kansas governor. "And so it doubled down on not only bad behavior but abusive behavior. And then people attacked the victims."

Sebelius extended her criticism to Hillary Clinton, and the Clinton White House for what she called a strategy of dismissing and besmirching the women who stepped forward—a pattern she said is being repeated today by alleged perpetrators of sexual assault—saying that the criticism of the former first lady and Secretary of State was "absolutely" fair. Sebelius noted that the Clinton Administration's response was being imitated, adding that "you can watch that same pattern repeat, It needs to end. It needs to be over."

EPA Progresses Through HUNDREDS Of FOIA Requests Left Unanswered Under Obama

Dirty Tricks: Clinton campaign, DNC paid for research that led to Russia dossier, FusionGPS paid journalists to spread the smear

Trump tweeted as recently as Saturday that the Justice Department and FBI should “immediately release who paid for it.”

Sacramento City Council approves funding for illegal grow house enforcement

“It’s time for the dinosaurs of Washington... to step aside.”

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Opinion: Void the Non-Disclosure Agreements That Conceal Congressional Misconduct


Is this the end for German Chancellor Angela Merkel?

White House revamping Trump's weekly addresses

Today, we continued a wonderful American Tradition at the White House. Drumstick and Wishbone will live out their days in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains at Gobbler’s Rest...

GREAT AGAIN: USA Growth Forecasts on Rise...

No, you’re not being paranoid. Sites really are watching your every move

..."Collection of page content by third-party replay scripts may cause sensitive information, such as medical conditions, credit card details, and other personal information displayed on a page, to leak to the third-party as part of the recording," Steven Englehardt, a PhD candidate at Princeton University, wrote. "This may expose users to identity theft, online scams, and other unwanted behavior. The same is true for the collection of user inputs during checkout and registration processes."

Englehardt installed replay scripts from six of the most widely used services and found they all exposed visitors' private moments to varying degrees. During the process of creating an account, for instance, the scripts logged at least partial input typed into various fields. Scripts from FullStory, Hotjar, Yandex, and Smartlook were the most intrusive because, by default, they recorded all input typed into fields for names, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, addresses, Social Security numbers, and dates of birth....

Democratic California assemblyman announces resignation amid sexual harassment allegations, More

Most people dislike Obamacare's imminent health insurance tax

...Unless Congress takes action, one previously-delayed provision of the Affordable Care Act will take effect on Jan. 1, 2018, potentially raising premiums for consumers.

Obamacare's health insurance tax, which has been delayed in the past, hits insurance companies with a 4-6 percent tax on every plan sold....

Monday, November 20, 2017

Wall of buses ready at Palm Beach airport in anticipation of Trump visit for Thanksgiving

At today’s @Cabinet meeting @POTUS had this to say about our historic TAX CUTS plan: “We are committed to bringing urgent relief to hardworking families...& restoring America's competitive edge so we can bring back our JOBS."

Obama Concealed Strength of al-Qaeda Before 2012 Election

What Californians need to know about new licenses, flying

Trump campaign sells $45 Christmas-themed MAGA hats

Get ready: A 2018 Democrat Wave Is Building In The House

Bill Clinton is facing NEW accusations of sexual assault by four women while the former president was working with a billionaire playboy and flying on his private jet nicknamed Air F**k One, claims Clinton author

The unidentified women were employed in low-level positions at the Burkle organization and in their late teens at the time of the alleged assaults... Hillary Clinton allegedly offered to hire private detectives to find dirt on the new accusers, but Clinton's legal team advised against it, sources said...

Not a slow news day after all: Trump has just designated North Korea as a "state sponsor of terror"

Charlie, the Monster, Is Dead

The growth in online censorship by tech titans Facebook, Twitter, and Google's search and YouTube platform is one of the most under-reported stories of the past two years.

...In the latest disturbing development, Twitter, which has been increasingly heavy-handed in censoring center-right content, content providers, and everyday users since last year's general election campaign, has announced that it will unilaterally remove "blue-check" (i.e., "verified") status from groups and users who in its view have violated its Terms of Service — even for offline behavior it considers unacceptable....

Until now, even with the Milo dustup, there hasn't been a person on earth who believed that Twitter's blue check mark was anything more than a form of identity verification. Twitter, for no good reason and entirely on its own, has chosen to make "blue check" status a "badge of approval," and has appointed itself the sole arbiter of who is "approved" and who isn't.

That's an open invitation to a tidal wave of political pressure, false tattle-taling, and free speech marginalization. Expect SJWs to harass Twitter and its CEO Jack Dorsey relentlessly over anyone and everyone it doesn't like who has blue-check status — up to and including President Donald Trump. In fact, the campaign against Trump's blue check has already begun.

In essence the CFPB director position was created to work above the reach of any oversight; almost like a tenured position no-one could ever remove.

...When Senator Elizabeth Warren and crew set up the Director of the CFPB, in the aftermath of the Dodd-Frank Act, they made it so that the appointed director can only be fired for cause by the President.

This design was so the Director could operate outside the control of congress and outside the control of the White House. In essence the CFPB director position was created to work above the reach of any oversight; almost like a tenured position no-one could ever remove.

The position was intentionally put together so that he/she would be untouchable, and the ideologue occupying the position would work on the goals of the CFPB without any oversight.

Elizabeth Warren herself wanted to be the appointed director; however, the reality of her never passing senate confirmation made her drop out.

The CFPB Director has the power to regulate pensions, retirement investment, mortgages, bank loans, credit cards and essentially every aspect of all consumer financial transactions.

However, in response to legal challenges by Credit Unions and Mortgage providers, last October the DC Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that placing so much power in a single Czar or Commissioner was unconstitutional...

More books!

Sunday, November 19, 2017

SJW students at Oregon college (Reed) can't handle Steve Martin's "King Tut" song from 1978!

Obamacare Hikes for 2018 May Top 80 Percent in Some States

Your premiums are going to go up in 2018. A lot. Thanks, Obamacare. The national-average increase is a smidge over 27 percent, but depending on the state you live in, the hike could skyrocket to as much as 81 percent....

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Discusses African Continent and U.S. Policy…

Trump nominates four new US attorneys

White House officials have moved quickly to find candidates for vacant U.S. attorney slots across the U.S., with more than 50 nominations since the president removed dozens of Obama-appointed U.S. attorneys in March.

The press ignored the acknowledgement that Arabs and Jews are working together to battle Islamic terrorism. Instead we were treated to nonsense about handshakes.

...The leader of the free world is working with free world leaders to quash the terrorists, in a manner that lets others to lead the battle. Trump still leads the war.

Arabs are handling Lebanon. Trump learned from Reagan's mistake in sending in the Marines. There are limits to American power. Arabs don't want to be invaded by Americans.

Trump treats allies and adversaries like equals.

When a Macron takes the Trumps to the Eiffel Tower, or the Saudis sword dance with the president and Cabinet members, or Chairman Xi makes the Trumps the first Western leaders to dine at the Forbidden City, they do so not just to honor him, but primarily for domestic consumption.

Trump is a hit outside our country. He is the most significant part of the populist wave. World leaders want to align themselves with him to show the dissatisfied in their lands that they are with the people.

It is complicated.

The tide of the war on terrorists reversed on November 8, 2016.

Obama's buffoonery in overthrowing the Libyan regime (they now sell slaves in Libya), in embracing the Castro regime, in sending pallets of money to Iran in the dead of night, and in not challenging the North Koreans brought misery to the world.

Barack Obama is intellectually lazy and naive. The world is worse for his eight years as president -- just as our nation is.

But Trump is bringing the world together.

GOP leaders debating proposal to cut legal immigration by 50 percent... To get Dem votes in Senate, plan would amnesty some DACA/'dreamer' illegals

Free Speech Protesters Can't Compete with Ben Shapiro Supporters at UCLA

in talking about their personal experiences, including torture and the culture of surveillance, they recounted the hardships of daily life under Kim Jong Un’s regime. They paint a picture of a once-communist state that has all but broken down...

...I was so disgusted with the system. I didn’t have freedom to speak my mind, or to travel anywhere I wanted, or even to wear what I wanted. It was like living in a prison. We were monitored all the time by our neighborhood leader, by the normal police, by the secret police. If you ask me what was the worst thing about North Korea, I’d say: Being born there...

OPINION: What the first Thanksgiving can teach a divided America

Glamour 'Women of the Year' Snubs Conservative Women

Do Conservatives And Liberals Have Enough in Common to Keep A Country Together Anymore?

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