Saturday, April 21, 2018

On This Date in 1865, 10,000 viewed Lincoln’s body at the Merchant’s Exchange Building in Baltimore, Maryland

Wikileaks responds: do you think "we have a right to lie without being exposed by WikiLeaks" is really a vote winner?











"Why @wikileaks is immune to new DNC lawsuit? Same reason as its last suit, which it has essentially refiled this week ahead of the mid terms. A useful summary of the legal protections for the accurate publishers of newsworthy information in this article," WikiLeaks tweeted in response.

















Kim Jong-un says North Korea will suspend ALL missile tests and shut down its nuclear test site ahead of landmark talks with Trump as President hails move as 'big progress'





The Real Case of Collusion



"'Ethical' James Comey is under investigation for unethical acts"









Liberal Hypocrisy: Democrats vote for politicians who favor high-taxes & massive regulations, then flee the states that enact them

"Known as Barbara, as Bar, as Mom, as Mother, as Ganny, as the Silver Fox, and as the Enforcer, she was candid and comforting, steadfast and straightforward, honest and loving."



























Our colleges teach kids that being liberal or left-wing is rebellious, but there’s nothing rebellious about it. Rather, the claims of rebelliousness are the coating that makes the pill of conformity easier to swallow.



There’s still room in our culture to be different, though the irony is that wearing a gray flannel suit today is more rebellious than wearing, well, almost anything. Being an atheist on a college campus isn’t rebellious; it’s one of the most tedious forms of conformity. A real rebel talks out loud in an Ivy League classroom about how Jesus Christ is his or her personal savior. For today’s kids, it’s okay to have weird, eccentric, or oddball ideas, so long as they don’t rub against the grain of what Everyone Is Supposed to Believe.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Congressmen Request Federal Investigation of Comey, Clinton, Lynch, McCabe, Strzok, Page

When you drive to the polls in June & gas is at $4-a-gallon, don't forget about why gas prices are so high: Sacramento Democrats' $52b gas tax hike!

Desperate Democrats file lawsuit seeking millions from Russian government, WikiLeaks and Trump campaign

























Biden: ‘You guys don’t understand these people. The Clintons will try to destroy me.’



Sorry Comey, your 15 minutes are up. I have a feeling this book is going to be the hot topic. It's got all the fun stuff that Jimmy's didn't.
Chozick writes that the Clinton campaign, which she covered from the beginning, had reacted furiously to the prospect of a Joe Biden run, as floated first in an August 2015 Maureen DowdTimes column and then in a reported story by Chozick. In the book, she writes that “Biden had confided (off the record) to the White House press corps that he wanted to run, but he added something like ‘You guys don’t understand these people. The Clintons will try to destroy me.’”
...But somehow we're not supposed to talk about the legendary obsessive vengefulness of the Clintons. Joe Biden could only talk about it off the record. And Gropey Joe is as nasty as they come.

The Clintons not only tried to destroy Trump. They're still at it.

BILL GATES BACKS 'BIG BROTHER' SATELLITE ARMY...



Former Speaker of the House @newtgingrich says that President Trump is “the most pro-free enterprise President probably since Calvin Coolidge.”

Democrat IT Staffer, Imran Awan House Hacking Suspects’ Father Transferred Data To Pakistani Government, Ex-Partner Claims



The father of Imran Awan — an IT aide to Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz who investigators concluded made “unauthorized access” to House servers — transferred a USB drive to a Pakistani senator and former head of a Pakistani intelligence agency, the father’s ex-business partner, Rashid Minhas, alleged.

Minhas told The Daily Caller News Foundation that Imran Awan’s father, Haji Ashraf Awan, was giving data to Pakistani official Rehman Malik, and that Imran bragged he had the power to “change the U.S. president.”

...In the months before the election, the epicenter of the cyberbreach was the server of the House Democratic Caucus, a sister group of the Democratic National Committee (DNC). Authorities said they believe Imran secretly moved all the data of more than a dozen House members’ offices onto the caucus server.

The server may have been “used for nefarious purposes and elevated the risk that individuals could be reading and/or removing information,” an IG presentation said. The Awans logged into it 27 times a day, far more than any other computer they administered.

Imran’s most forceful advocate and longtime employer is Florida Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who led the DNC until she resigned following a hack that exposed committee emails. Wikileaks published those emails, and they show that DNC staff summoned Imran when they needed her password.

Democrats have blamed the DNC hack for former Clinton’s loss in the 2016 presidential race....







DNC refused to turn over the servers that Imran Awan was illegally working on so FBI could determine who was hacking!

The Republican National Committee (RNC) Sets Another Fundraising Record, Raises $13.8 Million in March



"Another month of record-breaking fundraising confirms what many in the mainstream media are ignoring: Americans are doing better under Republican leadership," McDaniel said.

"Our country has more jobs, a growing economy, and higher wages, thanks to President Trump and Republicans in Congress," she added.

Negotiation Phase – Rudy Giuliani Joins Trump Legal Team…





























The Comey Memos: This vindicates President @realDonaldTrump completely, like it or not

























Thursday, April 19, 2018

Friday marks a big day for pot enthusiasts in California.







JOIN US FOR LUNCH: Erin Cruz, US Senate Candidate, will speak at the HRWF Meeting

Join us for lunch Thursday, April 19, 11:30 – 12:30...


Our guest speaker this month is Erin Cruz, U.S. Senate candidate, will be the guest speaker at the Humboldt Republican Women Federated meeting along with the Crescent City Republican Women group. Please join us for lunch, meet Ms. Cruz to learn more about her platform To Make California Golden Again™. Erin is excited to meet all of you in Northern California.

A 38 year California resident, the author of Revolution America, producer and host of the Erin Cruz show, Erin is a Tea Party Republican and Constitutional Conservative, a "Conservatarian" - a cross between Libertarian and Conservative, with the ability to transcend.

Erin is a mother, the young widow of internationally renowned scientist -- Professor Rene L. Cruz -- who we lost to pancreatic cancer.

She is a hobbyist baker and photographer, a lifetime writer, an organic motivator, and is a fierce online personality with a passion and drive for our nation and political integrity.

Her professional background covers all areas of small business operations and administration in the private sector, as well as a solid stretch in academia covering safety management, business administration, payroll, specialized HR, immigration processing and policy and analysis, domestic and international policy analysis and interpretation.

She believes in America First as put forth by the President of the United States and grounded in the Founders' vision as outlined in the US Constitution. She see California as needing new representation in the halls of Congress.

She is listening to you, on the ground floor, networking. You can check out her website at ◼ voteerincruz.comErin Cruz events

She's running against Dianne Feinstein.

When: Thursday, April 19, 11:30 – 12:30
Where: Red Lion Hotel, 1929 4th Street, Eureka, CA 95501
RSVP to Valerie Simons (707) 839-3543
Text: 707-499-1650; email to: fritzsimons@suddenlink.net

Lunch $16.00
Coffee or beverage $4.00
Menu includes meat lasagna, with salad and bread
Dessert is a cookie platter

Make checks payable to HRWF
Doors open at 11:00 with meeting at 11:30 and program at 12:00
Please Note: A reservation made is a reservation paid

Trump Vastly Better than Obama at Foreign Policy





Now that we have learned CIA director and secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jung Un over Easter, it is time to acknowledge the obvious: the foreign policy of political novice Donald Trump has been vastly more successful that that of the supposedly experienced Barack Obama.

And vastly is an understatement. Obama's foreign policy was a disaster, beginning with the peculiar apology tour that mystified much of its Middle Eastern audience, through the yet more peculiar (misspelled) reset button with Russia that further mystified Sergei Lavrov, on to Obama's overheard whisper to Medvedev telling Putin he would be more accommodating on missile defense after the election (imagine the apoplectic reaction of our media if Trump did that!), to the Libyan war leading to the assassination of Qaddafi (the only Arab leader to voluntarily denuclearize) that created a failed state and a raft of refugees to Italy and elsewhere, and, of course, the rapid exit from Iraq that gave rise to ISIS.

And this omits the equally egregious examples -- the failure to enforce the red line on Assad's use of chemical weapons, about which he naively believed Putin, and the never-signed, never-published Iran Deal itself, which has done nothing but enrich the mullahs who wreak havoc from Venezuela to Yemen. This duplicitous and unverifiable non-agreement prolonged the monstrous Syrian civil war, causing the greatest refugee crisis since World War II and changing the character of Europe possibly forever.

There's more but you get the point. Not even Jimmy Carter had that bad a record. And this is without Obama's sickening lack of response to the freedom demonstrators in Iran. ("Obama, Obama, are you with us or are you with them?" Well, we know.)

And Trump? ...

Comey Book Event Packed With Press, Only One ‘Normal Person’ Attended







Since President Trump took office, food stamp enrollment has dropped by over 2 million.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Colluders on the Loose



Comey, McCabe, Clapper, Brennan, Lynch, Andrew Weissmann, Bruce and Nellie Ohr, Harry Reid, Samantha Power, Clinton attorney Jeannie Rhee . . .

If collusion is the twin of conspiracy, then there are lots of colluders running around Washington.

... Who set up the ruse in which an FBI director types up confidential notes of a meeting with the president and passes them to a friend to ensure a firewall conduit to the press, to publish as a “leak” from an “unidentified source” to damage the reputation of the president? All that would require a degree of collusion to leak a classified FBI document that is so sensitive that House Intelligence Committee members with security clearances cannot see what the media and a personal friend of Comey’s already have....

President Bush’s ‘Frighteningly Accurate’ 2007 Warning On Iraq

On Thursday’s The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly aired what she termed a “frighteningly accurate” 2007 prediction by President Bush about Iraq, if U.S forces were withdrawn before “our commanders tell us we are ready” - IJ Review

"What a life she led. What a family she built. What a legacy she leaves. America already misses you terribly, Mrs. Bush."







...What a life she led. What a family she built. What a legacy she leaves. America already misses you terribly, Mrs. Bush.



North and South Korea are officially set to end war after 65 years. This wouldn’t have been possible without President Trump.



Special Prosecutor Robert Muelller flew to Moscow and gave the FSB 10 grams of Highly Enriched Uranium (HEU) in 2009



The IQ trap: how the new genetics could transform education

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

RIP Barbara Bush. Marvelous woman. The glue that held two presidencies together.



















Massive increase in organ donations from opioid overdoses is saving lives

The #SanDiego County Board of Supervisors voted to oppose the #SanctuaryState laws in #California and join the federal government's lawsuit to prevent enforcement and ultimately overturn unconstitutional #SB54. AND - Lake Forest, CA voted to OPPOSE Sanctuary State law











Across the nation, there are 20-week abortion prohibitions in 18 states, according to the Guttmacher Institute













Trump: US and North Korea are holding talks at "very high levels"







Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and President Trump Meet at Mar-a-Lago…

Along with increased wages and bonuses, Californians will pay less in taxes than they have in years! That’s no thanks to any Congressional Democrat in California.

California’s train system on track for federal audit

Comey’s McCarthyism Is Scarier Than Anything Trump Did with Russia

Even though tax reform has led to larger paychecks, increased wages, and more jobs, Chuck Schumer and Senate Dems are working to repeal it





LIST: Obama’s 29 scandals and the media’s campaign to hide them

Monday, April 16, 2018

California’s crazy one-party liberal politics is why I had to finally leave the state -- and I’m not alone



Twitter’s CEO, Jack Dorsey, infamously tweeted a link in early April to a story calling for a bloodless civil war to solve America’s problems. The piece, “The Great Lesson of California in America’s New Civil War: Why there’s no bipartisan way forward at this juncture in our history — one side must win” was authored by Peter Leyden and Ruy Teixeira.

The duo assert that this new civil war will follow a path blazed by California 15 years ago, namely, the crushing of the Republican Party. “The Democrats won; the Republicans lost,” they intone, “California is the future…”

Living and working in places like Washington and San Francisco as Teixeira and Twitter’s Dorsey do, tends to distort the view of the real world....

In 2011, after spending my adult life in California, working in the once-thriving aerospace industry there, serving 19 years in the state’s National Guard and six years in the legislature, I picked up my family and moved to Texas.

The first benefit of moving was buying a home that was close to twice as large as our old home in California for $110,000 less—providing needed room to care for two ailing parents.

That home prices and rents in California average 55 percent higher than in Texas isn’t just due to the former’s good weather—the Golden State’s high taxes, capricious regulations, onerous lawsuit climate, and powerful unions all contribute to constraining the supply of new housing while jacking up the price of existing housing....