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Sen Kennedy: “The Squad is ‘the reason that there are directions on shampoo bottles.”
An enthusiastic praise and worship a cappella group belted out a rendition of Bill Withers’ “Lean on Me” in a Nashville Chick-fil-A this month, much to the delight of customers and workers.
Jake Jones, who initially posted the video on July 4, showed dozens who were a part of the Acappella Ministries’ Worship Leader Institute 2019 break out into the song, prompting both customers and staffers to join in on the fun.
“Whenever you get a group of a cappella worship leaders together it’s hard for us not to sing together,” Jones told Fox News, adding that the song was arranged in a four-part harmony. Read the rest HERE.
And THIS is what is representing our country? https://t.co/dLU1cqMqs5
— Alan Berkelhammer (@AlanBerkelham) July 14, 2019
Huge: 67% of voters approve of adding a citizenship question to the census, per a Harvard/Harris pollhttps://t.co/Dc7rcfMLn7
— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) July 10, 2019
Thanks, Congressman Yoho!!! ♦ GOP to Trump: ‘Quickly’ Sign Order Adding Citizenship Question to Census
Please call congressman Ted Yoho (FL District 3) and thank him for standing up and signing this letter.
Washington, D.C office (202) 225-5744 ♦ Gainesville office: (352) 505-0838
From the left leaning HILL.COM: Stop ginning up hysteria: Citizenship question on census is nothing new.From BREITBART.COM: by John Binder
A number of House Republicans are petitioning President Trump to quickly sign an executive order that adds the American citizenship question to the 2020 Census.
Trump’s Commerce Department first announced last year that the American citizenship question — i.e., all U.S. residents are asked whether or not they are a U.S. citizen — would be put back on the Census form for 2020. Since 1950, the citizenship question has not been asked on the full Census, leaving the nation without an exact estimate of how many citizens and noncitizens are in the country.
Most recently, the U.S. Supreme Court voted five-four to block the addition of the citizenship question on the upcoming Census, though reports have circulated that Trump is planning to sign an executive order to ensure that the question is put on the 2020 Census forms.
In a letter to Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday, 19 House Republicans asked that Trump sign an executive order as soon as possible that would place the citizenship question on the 2020 Census, noting its importance in knowing the impact of the country’s mass illegal and legal immigration system.
The letter states:
We are writing today to encourage you to work with President Trump to support the issuance of a memorandum or executive order appropriate under our Constitution and laws to clearly outline the President’s rationale for including a citizenship question on the census. Inclusion of such a citizenship question is clearly constitutional and lawful, and as members of Congress we can say unequivocally that we support inclusion of such a question and that it is critical that the President do so as quickly as possible as we prepare for the coming census. [Emphasis added] From our vantage point in Congress, there are numerous important reasons to include the question on the census, of which the President clearly is aware. Those reasons range from determining appropriations levels for states and localities and having data for states to make decisions on ballot box placement, to collection of data for purposes of understanding the impact of immigration (legal and illegal) on communities, as well as obviously impacting apportionment and re-districting. [Emphasis added] Despite claims to the contrary, citizenship is unquestionably germane to carrying out our duty to apportion representatives. Setting aside the fact it remains an unsettled question as to whether states can, in fact, use citizenship data in redistricting, the 14th Amendment demands that we take into account citizenship in allocation of representation. Under section 2 of the 14th Amendment – and as further amended by the 19th and 26th Amendments – in order that we be able to enforce the penalty put in place by the Amendment’s authors and ratifiers for any interference with the right to vote, the administration arguably is required to capture the citizenship information. [Emphasis added]
Those who petitioned Trump to immediately sign an executive order to include the citizenship question on the Census include:
- Chip Roy (R-TX)
- Mo Brooks (R-AL)
- Jody Hice (R-GA)
- Bill Posey (R-FL)
- Paul Gosar (R-AZ)
- Jeff Duncan (R-SC)
- Jim Jordan (R-OH)
- Ted Yoho (R-FL)
- Ralph Norman (R-SC)
- Andy Biggs (R-AZ)
- Michael Cloud (R-TX)
- Scott DesJarlais (R-TN)
- Louie Gohmert (R-TX)
- Warren Davidson (R-OH)
- Ted Budd (R-NC)
- Scott Perry (R-PA)
- Andy Harris (R-MD)
- Alex Mooney (R-WV)
- Mark Meadows (R-NC)
Read the rest HERE.
The only thing that will trigger a liberal faster than a Chick-fil-A sandwich is a gun-toting, Bible-clinging Deplorable wearing a Make America Great Again ballcap.
Americans of all shapes, sizes and colors have been bullied, badgered and bruised simply for wearing one of those iconic red ballcaps – from teenagers in a Texas burger joint to an elderly man in a California Starbucks.
The latest attack involved a former member of the University of Florida football team in Gainesville, Florida.
Daniel Weldon, 22, was celebrating the Fourth of July with his friend when he was accosted and assaulted by a rowdy group of seven men and women.
Weldon, who is chairman of the Florida Federation of College Republicans, tells me he was decked out in patriotic garb – an American flag shirt, a Trump pin and a MAGA hat. Read the rest HERE.
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) July 9, 2019
— Carlos Danger (@galantz28x) February 8, 2019
by Joshua Caplan
Texas billionaire and former presidential candidate Henry Ross Perot is dead at the age of 89-years-old following a five-month fight with leukemia.
Perot, whose 19% of the vote in 1992 stands among the best showings by an independent candidate in the past century, died early Tuesday at his home in Dallas surrounded by his devoted family, family spokesman James Fuller said.
“In business and in life, Ross was a man of integrity and action. A true American patriot and a man of rare vision, principle and deep compassion, he touched the lives of countless people through his unwavering support of the military and veterans and through his charitable endeavors,” Fuller said in a statement. Read the rest HERE.
Hmm… What’s going on here? Is he her grandpa?
— Numa (@IRONNUMA) July 9, 2019
Acting United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Ken Cuccinelli says the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency is ready to deport about a million illegal aliens who remain in the country despite having final orders for deportation.
During an interview with CBS News on Sunday, Cuccinelli said despite a delay of mass deportations by President Trump two weeks ago, ICE agents are ready to detain and deport the roughly one million illegal aliens who have been ordered deported from the country.
[ICE agents are] ready to just perform their mission which is to go and find and detain and then deport the approximately one million people who have final removal orders. They’ve been all the way through the due process and have final removal orders. Who among those will be targeted for this particular effort or not is really just information kept within ICE. [Emphasis added]
Cuccinelli said mass deportations by ICE of illegal aliens with final deportation orders “should be going on on a rolling basis” and blamed “the politics of Washington” for interfering with ICE operations. Read the rest HERE.
From cartoonist Ben Garrison: “Good News! A popular flag store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was selling about six Betsy Ross flags a day. Then Nike and Colin Kaepernick attacked this symbol of American greatness.”
Now the company is selling 1,000 Betsy Ross flags a day.