Thursday, May 12, 2016

Federal Court: Obamacare Insurance Payments Unconstitutional - a victory for the American people, and for House Republicans, who have stood firm for the rule of law.























'HILLARY'S AMERICA' FILM TO OPEN BEFORE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION



Why healthcare should be more like Burger King

Emails: Hillary Clinton Knew Her Blackberry Was Non-Secure by Feb. 2009, Continued Using it

Catharine Baker: Jamba Juice is the latest of many. Pro-jobs policies are needed to prevent the loss of more CA businesses & jobs.

FBI chief says there's no such thing as a "security inquiry" and that Hillary is under "investigation"





Meet the 11 Libertarian Party Candidates for President. The setting? 1st debate in Biloxi.

Tax-raisers report they have collected 1 million signatures to qualify an $11 billion a year tax increase for the November ballot.



Prop 30 was sold to voters as a temporary tax increase – and the proposed 12-year extension isn’t temporary.

Charity Fraud: Wall Street whistleblower drops Clinton Foundation bombshell. "There are massive discrepancies between what major donors say they gave... and the Clinton Foundation said that they got..."



"I will continue fighting": @tedcruz files paperwork to run for re-election to Senate

20 WASHINGTON POST reporters dig for dirt on Trump

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Air Force whistleblower says Benghazi victims could have been saved



"I definitely believe that our aircraft could have taken off and got there in a timely manner, maybe three hours at the most, in order to basically at least stop that second mortar attack and have those guys running for the hills," a man purportedly stationed at Aviano Air Force base in Italy told Fox News on the condition of anonymity.

That's a particularly explosive claim, given that two of the four Americans who died in the attacks were killed in the second wave of attacks, which targeted a CIA annex the morning of Sept. 12. But the whistleblower has not spoken to Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., who is chairman of the select committee investigating the attacks, because "there are so many ways you can get screwed over" for cooperating with lawmakers.

That frustrates Gowdy, who accused the Obama administration of preventing him from talking to all the relevant witnesses. "As a former federal prosecutor, I find it deeply troubling there are individuals who would like to share their stories, but have not because they are afraid of retaliation from their superiors," he said in a Wednesday evening response to the Fox report. "No one should be afraid of talking to their elected representatives in Congress."

ISIS Sends Parents Body Parts of Daughters, Video Showing Their Brutal Rape and Torture





Vogue is trembling with excitement. Everyone is just agog and atwitter over Gloria Steinem’s new series for Vice on “brave women.” Vice has produced Gloria Steinem’s new series on “how violence against women drives global instability,” and it contains not one word about sharia, gender apartheid, sex slaves, or women marked for death by Islamic fatwas right here in America — in other words, not a word about Islamic law. - See more at: http://pamelageller.com/2016/05/jaccuse-gloria-steinem-vogue-vice.html/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter#sthash.ERopDEPM.dpuf

Campaigning To Re-Elect Catharine Baker!

TRUMP SURGES











CEO's rank California worst for business 12th year in a row.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Megyn Kelly sit-down with Trump Coming May 17 on FOX



Stop the coronation! Hillary unravels as Bernie Sanders picks up another win











MINERS GIVE HER THE COAL SHOULDER...









‘It Stinks to High Heaven’: State Department Can't Find Emails From Hillary's IT Guy







Regulations imposed by various levels of government add an average of $84,671 to the price of a new home



“The average cost of regulation embodied in a new home is rising more than twice as fast as the average American’s ability to pay for it,” explains the report.

Our DOJ has priorities...

Indifference & Ignorance Are Destroying Our Democracy



The bathroom issue is illustrative. Congress has never passed a law prohibiting educational institutions from discriminating based on sexual orientation or gender identity. But social-justice warriors demand results, so rather than complying with the Constitution’s pesky law-making requirements — or even their own regulatory processes — the DOE and Department of Justice simply “reinterpreted” the law through a series of letters and memoranda.

Victor Davis Hanson Cuts Through the Noise on Trump vs. Clinton

"Democracy wasn’t working fast enough for the Obama administration, so it decided to give authoritarianism a try."

West Virginia and Nebraska Vote Today…


Peggy Noonan: "Trump was a Spark,not the Fire"

Non-profits: The unseen victims of new minimum wage laws

Monday, May 9, 2016

Here comes the Summer Of Hate: Inside the Anti-Trump Circus



The media is only interested in these protests when violence or riots erupt — "If it bleeds, it leads" remains the guiding principle of the national press.

But if a protest passes more or less peacefully, as most do, the media tends to ignore it — which is a tragedy, because this dismissiveness hides the sobering reality that 2016's anti-Trump protests, even when nonviolent, have already escalated into kaleidoscopic circuses of unhinged hysteria.

This report reveals what a typical anti-Trump protest is really like, in all its bizarre end-times glory, for once setting aside who punched whom or which window got smashed.

White House seeks to contain fallout from top aide’s Iran comments (UPDATED)

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Taxpayer Alert! Over 100 #tax increases on June 7th #CA ballot!





First Muslim Miss USA converts to Christianity: Report



...Ms. Fakih, a Lebanese-American who won Miss USA in 2010, converted last month in anticipation of her marriage to Wassim Salibi, a Christian music producer, Christian Today reported.

Canadian singer The Weeknd, who is managed by Mr. Salibi, is expected to perform at the couple’s wedding next week in Lebanon, Al Bawaba reported.

Ms. Fakih, 30, recently tweeted a verse from the Bible: “Philippians 4:13 I can do all things through him who strengthens me,” she wrote.

On Monday, she tweeted a photo of herself with the hashtag #Blessed....

In a 2010 interview, she told Religion News Service: “We’re more of a spiritual family. Religion really doesn’t define me or my family. My family’s been very liberal, and we appreciate all different kinds of religions.

#Facebook suppressed conservative trending news, former employees say.













“Democracy and socialism have nothing in common but one word, equality. But notice the difference: while democracy seeks equality in liberty, socialism seeks equality in restraint and servitude.”

-Alexis de Tocqueville

Sunday, May 8, 2016

(T)he roots of the issue, Politico reports, stem from Presidential Policy Directive 22, an Obama administration decision that apparently gives the Secret Service the task of “access control” to the political conventions. Another report from USA Today indicated that Obama has issued 19 such “policy directives” (PPDs) without disclosing them to the public.



According to a Politico article published last month, journalists wanting to attend the Republican and Democratic political conventions this summer will have to submit to a new credentialing process that includes background checks conducted by the Secret Service.

Ironically, the roots of the issue, Politico reports, stem from Presidential Policy Directive 22, an Obama administration decision that apparently gives the Secret Service the task of “access control” to the political conventions. Another report from USA Today indicated that Obama has issued 19 such “policy directives” (PPDs) without disclosing them to the public.

The USA Today article quotes a political scientist and former advisor to Congress as stating PPDs “have the same legal force as an executive order, forming a body of largely secret law.” Nevertheless, executive orders must be published in the Federal Register. “PPDs are not," the advisor said. "It is a kind of secret law. People have to obey it. But it's a directive that can allocate money, direct people or take a course of action."

The media, needless to say, are incensed. A piece in the Daily Beast – using a metaphor that we consider especially amusing – characterizes the Washington press establishment as “up in arms.” That article even suggests that the Secret Service, having been “tarnished” by “aggressive investigative reporting,” may abuse its newly-conferred authority to settle the score.

Journalists cited by the Beast fault the “inscrutable security screening process for which there are no plainly established criteria, and from which there is no appeal,” as well as the idea that government is now exercising discretion over “who can and can’t be a journalist.”

“I don’t think the First Amendment allows that,” one journalist huffs. Concerns have also been raised that arrests arising from what the journalists claim is prior First Amendment activity might be enough to exclude them. Some are even floating the idea of “boycotting” the vetting process for credentials en masse.

Now that big media is feeling the indignity and insecurity of submitting their rights to the whims of an opaque and seemingly arbitrary bureaucratic screening process, we can only say, “Welcome to the club ... It serves you right.”

#ObamaCare is creating 2 options: Pay more for less coverage OR pay thousands of dollars in penalties.

How the country can change in just four years!



How the country can change in just four years! - The Blaze

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