Saturday, December 16, 2017

FCC chairman Ajit Pai drops truth bomb on Jimmy Kimmel after ‘hysteria’ over net neutrality repeal

Trump wins on immigration, and that's why the media don't want to talk about it



New York Times claims Obama only told 18 falsehoods during his whole presidency. Here are 18 he told in selling Obamacare in 2009 alone



...I believe it’s fair to say that Trump is unique in his disregard for the truth, in the casual way in which he blatantly lies, makes wild claims without any evidence, and digs into his lies even when presented with information that clearly contradicts what he is saying. I don’t think it would be very hard to make the case that he is a more blatant liar even when compared to other politicians and former presidents. However, I also think that there’s a way to make this case without covering up so many of the clear falsehoods Obama told....

It’s crazy to think that by today’s standards President John F. Kennedy would be considered a Republican.

Did the FBI and the Justice Department, plot to clear Hillary Clinton, bring down Trump?

Friday, December 15, 2017

Trump Cuts 22 Regs for Every New One - 'Far exceeded' promise to cut two rules for every new reg



...Agencies and departments issued 67 deregulatory actions and imposed only three new rules in fiscal year 2017, according to senior administration officials. The number far exceeded Trump's goal through his executive order to cut two old rules for any new regulation proposed.

While making the announcement, Trump stood beside a mountain of paperwork that makes up the Federal Register. A piece of red tape connected a much smaller pile, which represented the regulatory code in 1960.

"Within the first eleven months, we canceled or delayed over 1,500 planned regulatory actions, more than any previous president, by far," Trump said. "And you see the results, when you look at the stock market, the results of companies, and when you see companies coming back into our country.

‘Millions of Iraqi Women Live in Fear,’ Says Miss Iraq After Her Family Is Forced to Leave Over Photo With Miss Israel



Miss Iraq Sarah Idan responded on Thursday to the recent revelation that her family was forced to leave her country after she took a photograph with her Israeli counterpart at last month’s Miss Universe pageant.

“I’m not the first nor the last person to face prosecution over a matter of personal freedom. Millions of Iraqi women live in fear,” Idan, who has described herself as a “hardcore feminist,” wrote on Twitter along with the hashtag “freeiraqiwomen.”

The spiral of events began with Idan posting a selfie with Miss Israel Adar Gandelsman on Instagram in November along with the caption, “Peace and Love from Miss Iraq and Miss Israel.”

The photo caused an online stir and Idan, who is Muslim, was attacked on social media soon after for publising the picture. She did not remove image from her account, but posted a statement in Arabic apologizing “to all those who consider [the picture] harmful to the Palestinian cause,” the UK’s Jewish Chronicle reported. She added that “posting this does not mean that I am supporting the Israeli government and does not mean that I accept any of their policies toward the Arab world.”

During a recent interview with Israel’s Hadashot News channel, Gandelsman talked about the incident and revealed that “people made threats against [Idan] and her family that if she didn’t return home and take down the photos, they would remove her title, [and] that they would kill her. Out of fear, they left Iraq at least until the situation calms down.” ...

Trump To Remove Climate Change From List Of National Security Threats

Gloria Allred's daughter Lisa Bloom paying women to accuse Trump





$15 minimum wage to cost California 400K jobs: Study

Remember WHO it is that's been investigating the DOJ/FBI since January and who is now slow rolling *some* of the evidence out in advance of his soon-to-be-released report to prepare the public for it's explosive revelations:









Merry Christmas from President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.









The Internet Is Free Again: Killing Obama-era rules will remove the FCC as political gatekeeper















White House website redesigned to save taxpayers "$3 million per year"

Comey scandal widens





Thursday, December 14, 2017

Kamala Harris fires at GOP tax plan, hits Dems RIGHT in the KISSER










And...

CALIFORNIA REPORT: EUREKA IS ONE OF ‘MOST DANGEROUS AND DRUG-ADDICTED COMMUNITIES’ IN THE STATE


via KymKemp.com

An analysis by the libertarian Cato Institute found that California placed more restrictions on personal and economic freedom than every state but New York.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

"He will be known as the PAYCHECK PRESIDENT - People will see larger checks in February"

So, What’s This ‘Insurance Policy’ Against Trump That These FBI Officials Discussed In Text Messages?









“We cannot afford to lose funding for law enforcement officers in exchange for a socially responsible investment policy.”





Senate Republicans "relieved" after Roy Moore defeat



Federal Reserve raises interest rates for the third time in 2017

"Black, queer artist" professor resigns from @EvergreenStCol after screaming about "white, middle-class assimilationist mother****ing gays."



...An Evergreen State College professor who was caught on camera screaming at her white colleagues has officially resigned after reaching a $240,000 settlement with the school.

Evergreen State was consumed by racial turmoil this year after a white professor questioned the decision to ask white people to leave campus for a day of diversity programming....

The open House-Senate conference meeting on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Watch live

‘Feminism’ is Merriam-Webster’s word of the year – here’s why

Chris Matthews Bashes Democratic Party for Pushing Social Issues Like Abortion ‘To the Wall’

Technology: The Great Job-Creating Machine

Obama used the Espionage Act to put a record number of reporters' sources in jail



Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Meanwhile, ABC News has obtained the text messages between the FBI agent who was removed from the Mueller probe, Peter Strzok, and an FBI attorney... more to come on that



















#ALSEN: Doug Jones win leaves GOP with two-vote margin in Senate












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Obamacare premiums soar to as high as $40,000 for a family

#HappyHanukkah













"Something far more sinister" We knew the FBI was involved in Trump dossier during campaign. Now we learn knowledge of dossier reached into highest levels of Obama Justice Department.





FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe abruptly cancelled an appearance before the House Intelligence Committee scheduled for Tuesday. Sources told Fox News reporter Chad Pergram that they believe McCabe canceled on the panel over fears he would be asked about recently demoted Justice Department official Bruce Ohr’s wife, who worked for Fusion GPS during the 2016 presidential election.





$1,000 a year tax on homeowners? I don't think so. "Homeless Solutions Should Not Target Homeowners."



...Manville, along with colleagues, wrote an opinion piece for the Los Angeles Times last July urging a $3 a day tax on property owners to build a homelessness fund. That $3 a day amounts to $1095 a year, a sizeable chunk of change for many homeowners who can find good uses for that money including maintaining or improving their homes....

Wisconsin Success Stories: We eliminated the state property tax while still investing more actual dollars into K-12 education than ever before

Monday, December 11, 2017

Great Again: Trump directs NASA to send astronauts back to the moon

Oops. CNN did it again.









Sunday, December 10, 2017

"Proponents of SB1 claim that this tax increase on the poor and middle class will lead to “safer, less congested roads.” That’s just political rhetoric from the same special interests that stand to benefit from your tax dollars. Revenue generated by the SB1 tax increases will go into the state’s General Fund. This means that the Democrat majority in Sacramento can spend this money on anything they want."







The announcement of Prince Harry's engagement to actress Meghan Markle caused a worldwide media frenzy.