Friday, February 24, 2017


Organized, Not Organic: Astroturfing Republican Town Halls

GOP Governors Fight Obamacare, Regulations In CPAC Speeches

President Trump Signs Executive Order In Effort To Slash Regulations


Obama’s Feds Tried to Hack Indiana’s Election System While Pence Was Governor

Lovely: North Dakota Access Pipeline Protestors Lit Their Camp on Fire, Spew Greenhouse Gases Into The Air

If America doesn't lead the free world, who will?

Make sure to tell your Senator that we need Judge Gorsuch on the Supreme Court!

TRUMP AT #CPAC2017 "There is no dream too large no task too great..."

Hundreds Of Scientists Urge Trump To Pull Out Of A 25-Year-Old UN Environmental Treaty: "There is clear evidence that increased atmospheric carbon dioxide is environmentally helpful to food crops and other plants that nourish all life. It is plant food, not poison”

Thursday, February 23, 2017

#CPAC: "Just one current U.S. senator CPAC... with no others scheduled for the rest of the four-day gathering."

#CPAC2017: Mike Pence

Trump's Diplomatic Style Is All About Personal Connections...

Jerry Brown Funds Student Illegals, Cuts Middle-Class Scholarships

California Governor Jerry Brown won’t touch scholarship funding for illegal immigrant students while he cuts scholarship funding for middle-class U.S. citizens enrolled in higher education institutions, Campus Reform reports.

Awash in another budget deficit expected to hit $2 billion by this summer, Brown decided to trim education expenses — but spending on scholarships for illegals will continue to increase....

Paul Golaszewski, Principal Fiscal & Policy Analyst for the LAO, told Campus Reform that the DREAM Act is going to cost California taxpayers $88.6 million in fiscal year 2017/18.

Many middle-class families are outraged that student illegals are untouched by budget cuts while Brown is disinterested in the financial burdens of middle class families living in highly-taxed California. They say Brown’s plan lacks a basic comprehension of middle-class need.

“I wake up in the middle of the night thinking about this stuff,” Jill Cohen-Sandler, who has a daughter who plans to attend college, said in an interview with the Los Angeles Times. “I’m constantly calculating, how are we going to make this work?” ...