Saturday, February 15, 2020

6.1 million individuals dropped off the food stamp rolls since President Trump’s first full month in office in February 2017

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๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธSo. Much. Winning.๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ Approximately 6.1 million individuals dropped off the food stamp rolls since President Donald Trump’s first full month in office in February 2017, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The USDA data showed that 6,074,074 individuals discontinued their participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) between February 2017— when the president completed his first full month in office— and November 2019. Household participation in SNAP declined as well, with 2,489,315 households discontinuing SNAP. There are currently 36,223,717 individuals and 18,448,588 households that are participating in SNAP. When Trump took office, 42,297,791 individuals and 20,937,903 households were enrolled in SNAP. Trump recently made it a point in his annual State of the Union address to stress that he helped the poor move off welfare to find jobs with his recent enactment of work requirements. Under these work requirements, which had been enacted at the state level during the Obama years, those between the ages of 18-49 and without children or dependents who receive food stamps for more than three months in a 36-month period must work, go to school, receive job training, or volunteer to receive benefits. Another way the USDA has been trying to keep enrollment in the food stamp program down is through the use of data-mining practices to identify food stamp fraud.

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Whopping 74 Percent Of Conservative Californians Are Looking Into Leaving The State



The Best Is Yet To Come

#walkaway!



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#WalkAway is a journey, not a destination. We have Independents, Libertarians, Repubs, Christians, Muslims, Jews, Atheists, & every shade in between. We won’t tell u what to think, just TO think. And this year we are asking u to be #UNSILENT about it. Will u be #UNSILENT w me? #WalkAway #walkawaymovement #walkawaycampaign #brandonstraka #MAGA #Trump #PresidentTrump #KAG #DrainTheSwamp #RedWave #MAGA2020 #AmericaFirst #BlueLivesMatter #2A #TrumpTrain #Conservative #Republican @brandonstraka @realdonaldtrump @laraleatrump @judge_jeanine @ingrahamangle @tuckercarlsontonight @jessewatters @foxnews @foxbusiness @foxandfriends @shannonbream @trish_regan @marthamaccallum @realgreggutfeld @greggutfeldshow @foxnation

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Through the eyes of a reporter who has worked in over 30 epidemic zones

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Through the eyes of a reporter who has worked in over 30 epidemic zones, including SARS in China and Ebola in West Africa, just how big a threat is the current coronavirus outbreak? ⠀ ⠀ How can coronavirus be transmitted? How virulent is it, and how does it compare with SARS and MERS, and the 1918 influenza pandemic?⠀ ⠀ How has the Chinese Communist Party cover-up of information contributed to the spread of coronavirus in Wuhan and beyond? ⠀ ⠀ And, what are the best precautions to avoid infection?⠀ ⠀ In this episode of American Thought Leaders ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ, we'll sit down with Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer Laurie Garrett, an expert on epidemics and currently, a columnist for Foreign Policy. She breaks down the current COVID-19 outbreak, preventative measures, and why she will be looking closely at Singapore and Hong Kong in the coming weeks to determine if this will develop into a global pandemic. ⠀ ⠀ Watch: https://ept.ms/2UZadAK

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"The bottom line is that they were spying on the Trump campaign and targeting the Trump campaign in early 2016."

Do you remember?


The 1980 United States presidential election - Wikipedia

Carter's unpopularity and poor relations with Democratic leaders encouraged an intra-party challenge by Senator Ted Kennedy, a younger brother of former President John F. Kennedy. Carter defeated Kennedy in the majority of the Democratic primaries, but Kennedy remained in the race until Carter was officially nominated at the 1980 Democratic National Convention. The Republican primaries were contested between Reagan, who had previously served as the Governor of California, former Congressman George H. W. Bush of Texas, Congressman John B. Anderson of Illinois, and several other candidates. All of Reagan's opponents had dropped out by the end of the primaries, and the 1980 Republican National Convention nominated a ticket consisting of Reagan and Bush. Anderson entered the race as an independent candidate, and convinced former Wisconsin Governor Patrick Lucey, a Democrat, to serve as his running mate.

Friday, February 14, 2020

#WalkAway: Democrat Attends New Hampshire Trump Rally and Decides to Leave Her Party After What She Saw



Michael Avenatti Found Guilty on All Counts in Nike Extortion Trial









Facebook reverses on paid political messages that aren't ads



Facebook has decided to let political campaigns pay online influencers to spread their messages, a practice that had sidestepped many of the social network's rules governing political ads.
Friday's policy reversal highlights difficulties tech companies and regulators have in keeping up with the changing nature of paid political messages.
The change comes days after Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg exploited a loophole to run humorous messages promoting his campaign on the accounts of popular Instagram personalities followed by millions of younger people....

More in U.S. Say They Are Better Off Than in Past Elections

Stock Market Opens Near Record Highs As China Trade Deal Takes Effect

Joe Biden met with chants of “Drop out, Joe!” as he left campaign fundraiser in New York City,

Bloomberg's Playbook: Other Dems Don't Stand A Chance



















As Conservatives, we don't care about the color of your skin, we care about the color of our flag. Allen West

A perfect record...

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LOL a perfect record of zero.

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Thursday, February 13, 2020

Watch, Listen. Sound Up.

New law signed by Newsom allows voters to change party on election day





President Trump was fundraising in liberal-leaning California this week

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President Trump was fundraising in liberal-leaning California this week, as research shows Golden State Republicans are becoming increasingly agitated over the state’s economic conditions. With Super Tuesday approaching next month, the state has 415 delegates to award – which is about three times the amount of the first four voting states combined. New Hampshire, for example, has just 24 delegates. But one study indicates California is unlikely to turn red anytime soon. ⁣ ⁣Half of the state’s registered voters said they have either given serious or some thought to leaving the state, according to a recent survey from the University of California Berkeley’s Institute of Government Studies. And it’s Republicans and conservatives who are three times as likely to be considering leaving than their liberal and Democratic counterparts. The top reasons for their discontent were high housing costs – a complaint felt across the political divide – followed by high taxes and the state’s political culture, which were largely cited by Republicans. ⁣ ⁣According to IRS data, California lost about $8 billion in 2018 thanks to the outflow of residents. It’s not just residents, however; businesses are leaving, too. ⁣ ⁣According to a 2019 study from Chief Executive Magazine, California is the worst state for business – with Texas, a state with no income tax, attracting the highest share of California companies. Another study showed that 660 companies moved 765 facilities out of the state in 2018 and 2019. Companies based in the state diverted $22.7 billion to offices and facilities in other states, costing California at least 145,000 jobs.

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Hope Hicks quits $1-million-a-year job with Fox to RETURN to the White House as 'counselor to the president'





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Hope Hicks, one of President Donald Trump’s longtime aides and his former communications director, will be returning to the White House, an official confirmed to The Epoch Times.⠀ ⠀ In her new role, Hicks will serve as counselor to the president, according to reports, and would also be working with the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner. The administration hasn’t publicly announced the position yet, as of this writing.⠀ ⠀ Get one month FREE FULL ACCESS to Epoch Digital.⠀ Sign up here: https://ept.ms/FreeMonth (no credit card needed)⠀ ⠀ Read this article: https://ept.ms/31TtYeP⠀ ⠀ GET THE APP:⠀ iPhone - https://ept.ms/ETAppiPhone⠀ Android - https://ept.ms/ETAppAndroid

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