They came by the hundreds of thousands to Washington, D.C. yesterday, just as they did for the past 44 years.
Continuing their march in an almost total media blackout that was part of their lives for almost half a century; ridiculed, scorned and passed by for more than three generations, they always kept coming, keeping the annual March for Life, prominent in their lives.
President Trump proposed a 20 percent tariff on imports from Mexico in order to pay for the wall he plans to build on the southern border. It is assumed that the 20 percent tariff is a negotiating starting point. A tariff is a tax on imports which will make a product more expensive and favor domestically produced goods over imports, while raising revenue for the government of our country.
Bureaucrats and diplomats at the United Nations are scrambling to adjust to the new Trump administration. One thing seems certain. The Obama days of wine and roses for the UN are over. The new U.S. ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, told reporters on Friday, upon entering UN headquarters for the first time in her new role, “you are going to see a change in the way we do business.”
I have to be honest with you folks, when I first learned of Donald Trump’s announcement of his candidacy for President of the United States back on June 6, 2015, I, like many in the nation I presume, did not really take the guy for real at all.
During his unconventional race for the White House, President Donald Trump made many campaign promises to the voters. In his dozens of rallies and interviews, Trump often pledged that he would “Drain the Swamp” in Washington D.C. and implement “Extreme Vetting” of refugees trying to immigrate into the United States and, of course, pursue his overall campaign theme to “Make America Great Again” as President.
As a teenager, I could not work summer jobs for minimum wage in order to learn a work ethic. For starters, the communist labor system did not allow for remunerated child employment of any sort, at any age. It was not that hard work was for tractors like American smart-alecky youth say nowadays. There were no teenage jobs to be had. But we learned plenty about work ethic when we helped our families survive and maintain a meager place to live.
Shortly after the clock struck 12 noon one week ago today, Barack Hussein Obama’s deplorable presidency was mercifully replaced by the one of Donald J. Trump.
Anxiety ridden for eight long years of watching their country slipping further into decline, little people sent up rousing cheers;the mainstream media began searching for more cunning ways to undermine the new presidency;ganging up together, feminists, jihadists and celebrities were at home posing with pink p**sy caps in front of the mirror, readying for a screaming, 2 million strong worldwide Women’s March, scheduled for the following day.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is merely stating the obvious when she tells us she’d be willing to sign up as a Muslim if only there were such a thing as a “Muslim Registry”.
In reaction to reports indicating President Donald Trump plans on suspending the U.S.’s refugee program for 120 days, Albright hit the Tweet send button Wednesday, saying she is prepared to register as a Muslim in “solidarity”.
The buck for the #KILLALLMEN Internet video stops at Google, owner of YouTube.
Self-described “Secular Humanist”, “trans loving Feminist”, “YouTube Vlogger”, “Animal Lover”, “Socialism Fan”. “BlackLivesMatter supporter”, 33-year-old Jenny McDermott, reportedly a native of San Diego, openly calls for the death of male babies and men on the Internet.
If you watched television in the 1990s, I’ll bet you reminisced, however briefly, over the series Married With Children as the corporate media oozed their praise over the number of women and emasculated men who turned out on Saturday to ostensibly march for a host of “social justice” causes.
How does one get to be labeled a pundit? How much expertise is required? The dictionary describes pundit as “an expert in a particular subject or field who is frequently called on to give opinions about it to the public.”
BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation has scored another court victory, this time in Montana where a federal district court judge has entered a preliminary injunction against the state’s citizenship requirement in order to obtain a concealed carry license.
In 2016, Democratic strategist James Carville (who incidentally enough is married to former Republican operative Mary Matalin) played up whatever political acumen and integrity he claimed to have (nil), and wrote another book called: “We’re Still Right, They’re Still Wrong.”
When we look back and try to identify the day the media’s fall became irreversible . . . I always thought it would be difficult to top Wolf Blitzer asking debate participants to play “This or That,” but CBS’s Mark Knoller and several others may have made today the moment that could never be topped:
The foreign media are fascinated by the U.S. President’s war against the American press. A reporter for an Argentinian paper emailed me asking whether Donald J. Trump will attempt to do to the U.S. media what Latin American despots have done to opposition journalists in their own countries. The big difference is that we have a First Amendment that protects freedom of the press.
Disorganization of federal agencies is never more evident than when a natural disaster strikes and the bureaucracy charged with coordinating relief efforts is nowhere to be found. The South has had more than its share of weather related tragedies over the last decade and, despite the numerous opportunities for FEMA to learn from past inefficiency, nothing has changed.
Blasting President Donald Trump for his Twitter-based demands that Mexico free up the pesos needed to build a U.S.-Mexico border wall, President Enrique Peña Nieto abruptly pulled out of a planned summit with Trump.
The Women’s March on Washington and other cities has effectively demonstrated the division in our nation. One side wants to conserve our ideals while the other side demands an end to our Judeo-Christian principles and faith.
Although President Barack Obama acted friendly toward Donald Trump, aiding him in the transition and meeting with him, behind the scenes he left Trump with a number of policy landmines that our new President must confront as he pursues his agenda.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says President Donald Trump has reaffirmed both countries’ “unshakeable commitment” to the NATO military alliance. Trump had rattled European allies by suggesting NATO is “obsolete” and that the United States might not come to the aid of countries that don’t meet targets for their own defense spending. May’s comments after their meeting Friday are meant to put that concern to rest. She says the two also agreed it is important for member countries to “invest properly to face our shared challenges together.” May also says she extended an invitation to visit England on behalf of the queen and that Trump has accepted.
How many times have you heard it? Some lefty gets up in front of a crowd and tearfully whinges about Trump having the nuclear codes. “He’s a child,” they say. “He’ll throw a nuclear tantrum,” they claim. “He’ll start WWIII,” they cry.
The Mexican Peso has had a brutal year. The closer Trump got to winning, and the more likely his victory seemed, the further it’s value fell. In fact, immediately after Trump’s victory, Mexico’s currency plummeted a staggering 11%.