On her Saturday night Fox News program Judge Jeanine commends President Trump for the restraint he showed by not attacking Iran after they shot down our unmanned aircraft (drone) this week.
by John Nolte
The pro-mass immigration Koch brothers’ network of billionaire, donor-class organizations is readying to financially back Democrats, so long as they promise to support amnesty for illegal aliens and vote to advance free trade at all costs.
In a memo to its staff, the Koch-funded Americans for Prosperity (AFP) organization announced that the economic libertarian group is set to back any elected official in Washington, DC, — including Democrats — who support their agenda of amnesty for illegal aliens and endless free trade, and oppose the GOP voter-preferred economic nationalist agenda of less immigration and tariffs to protect American jobs.
The memo read:
The threat of being primaried prevents policymakers from leading on difficult issues and driving principled policy reforms. AFP or AFP Action will be ready to engage contested U.S. Senate, U.S. House, and state-level primary races, including Republican, Democrat, Independent or otherwise, to support sitting legislators who lead by uniting with others to pass principled policy and get good things done. [Emphasis added]
The Koch effort to financially support pro-amnesty, anti-economic nationalist Democrats would come to fruition through the creation of multiple issue-specific Political Action Committees (PACs), all under the larger Koch network umbrella. Read the rest HERE.
Full disclosure: Alan Berkelhammer was employed part time for several months during the 2016 election cycle working on getting out the vote and advocating for free enterprise, personal responsibility and a more constitutionally limited government.
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Does anyone remember the terrorist attack? On 7 January 2015 at about 11:30 local time, two brothers, Saïd and Chérif Kouachi, forced their way into the offices of the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Armed with rifles and other weapons, they killed 12 people and injured 11 others. Wikipedia
“I am not afraid of retaliation. I have no kids, no wife, no car, no mortgage. It surely is a bit dramatic but I’d rather die on my feet, than live on my knees.” – Stephane (Charb) Charbonnier, publisher and editor of Charlie Hedbo.
by John Nolte:
As the freshman senator from Utah, Mitt Romney is a long way from the presidency. That has to be especially tough on a two-time presidential loser with You-Know-Who sitting in the Oval Office, a guy who took the brass ring by doing the exact opposite of what you did.
My opinion of Mitt Romney has changed over the years. When he lost the Republican nomination to John McCain in 2008, I thought he was a classy guy with a future. When he lost the general election to Barack Obama in 2012, I thought he was a good man with a glass jaw. When he repeatedly got on his high horse to sabotage Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016, I thought he was an opportunistic sleaze bag gorging on sour grapes and his own monstrously selfish sense of virtue.
The truth? The Truth? @HillaryClinton, you wouldn’t know the truth if you tripped over it. And why wouldn’t you? You’ve tripped over everything else.
— Alan Berkelhammer (@AlanBerkelham) September 18, 2018
Barack Obama Illinois speech: Unleashes on Trump in return to campaign trail 9/7/2018.
Note: You are only required to watch for as long as your stomach hols out.
Here are some interesting facts about Friday’s speech by the ex Narcissist-in-Chief, Mr. Barack Obama:
- He used the word “I” 85 times.
- He used the word “ME” 9 times.
- He used the word “MY” 7 times.
- He used the contraction “I’ve” 3 times.
That’s a grand total of 104 brazen references to himself in 65 minutes.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday, President Donald J. Trump gave Congressman Ted Yoho his complete and total endorsement and commended him for the fantastic job he has done in Congress to date. Yoho is running for reelection in Florida’s 3rd Congressional District and will face Judson Sapp in the August 28th Republican primary. Ironically, Sapp, has a new ad slamming incumbent Yoho for his lack of support for President Donald Trump’s agenda. But it would seem that the president would disagree.
President Trump held a Make America Great Again rally tonight in Pensacola. Yes, he spoke about his support for Judge Roy Moore in next Tuesday’s Alabama U.S. Senate race, but the bulk of his speech dealt with his first year (almost) in office and his vision for the future.
So please don’t rely on LameStream radio and TV snippets, or the fish wrapper print media, and take the time to watch our president’s speech when you can. I don’t think you will be disappointed. Thanks.
Ted Yoho: “He Better Not.”
By John Binder
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) is planning to slip amnesty for nearly 800,000 illegal aliens living in the United States into a spending bill, according to House Republicans.
Ryan, during a talk before the Republican Study Committee (RSC), reportedly said an amnesty for illegal aliens shielded from deportation by the Obama-created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) would be included in an end-of-the-year spending deal.
“He did talk about the fact that that would be good if we could get ahead of that as opposed to being reactionary,” RSC Chairman Mark Walker (R-NC) told the Huffington Post following the meeting with Ryan.
Another two House Republicans confirmed to the Huffington Post that Ryan mentioned slipping DACA amnesty into the spending deal at the gathering.
While Walker said Ryan “did talk about border security,” it was not in the context of making sure a border wall — which President Trump has promised to construct along the U.S.-Mexico border — would be part of any spending bill.
“I don’t think that anybody has said definitively that the wall has to be part of that,” Walker said.
Immediately, Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL) and Rep. Raul Labrador (R-ID) slammed Ryan’s alleged comments to the Huffington Post about giving DACA illegal aliens amnesty in the spending bill.
“He better not,” Yoho said [Bold type – mine].
Labrador mocked Ryan’s DACA move, saying “That’s true leadership, I guess” and called the initiative a “big problem.” Read the rest of this article at breitbart.com.