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Monday, January 07, 2019

US sends troops for possible ‘violent’ Congo vote protests

On the eve of the first expected results of Congo’s long-delayed presidential election, U.S. President Donald Trump said military personnel had deployed to the region for possible “violent demonstrations,” while the country’s powerful Catholic church warned of a popular “uprising” if untrue results are announced.

Congo faces what could be its first democratic, peaceful transfer of power since independence from Belgium in 1960, but election observers and the opposition have raised numerous concerns about voting irregularities as the country chooses a successor to longtime President Joseph Kabila.

At stake is a vast country rich in the minerals that power the world’s mobile phones and laptops, yet desperately underdeveloped. Some 40 million people were registered to vote, though at the last minute some 1 million voters were barred as the electoral commission cited a deadly Ebola virus outbreak. Critics said that undermines the election’s credibility.

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Data: Foreign Workers Continue Making Significant Job Gains over Americans

Foreign workers are continuing to make significant employment and job gains over native-born Americans, newly released Bureau of Labor Statistics data reveals.

In December 2018, foreign-born worker employment increased 5 percent compared to the same time last year, adding an additional more than 1,300 workers. Meanwhile, native-born Americans saw an employment increase of only 1.2 percent year-to-year, five times less job growth as their foreign worker competitors.

The foreign-born workforce — those who are employed and looking for work — also had sharply higher gains than native-born Americans. Last month, the number of foreign-born workers in the labor force increased 4.5 percent. At the same time, native-born Americans in the labor force increased only 1 percent.

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Is the Right Underestimating Ocasio-Cortez?

The gaffe-prone new U.S. Representative for New York, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, has been an easy target for rightwing mockery thanks to her tenuous grasp of economics and the self-mythologizing of her youth on the Brooklyn streets (the daughter of an architect, she actually grew up mostly in an affluent town in Westchester County, New York). Conservatives are having great fun online with internet memes ridiculing the proud “Democratic Socialist” as a brainless fraud. But if those who dismiss her aren’t careful, it will be Ocasio-Cortez who has the last laugh.

A self-declared “radical,” Ocasio-Cortez wants to tax the wealthy as high as 70% to fund her climate change plan called the "Green New Deal." She supports Medicare for all, tuition-free public college, the cancellation of all student loan debt, and housing as a federal right.

Steeped in the oppressor/oppressed paradigm of identity politics, she is predictably pro-Black Lives Matter, anti-Israel, and wants to abolish ICE. She lacks both knowledge of and reverence for the U.S. Constitution. In other words, she checks off all the right boxes among a growing number of young Americans who find the idea of “democratic socialism” appealing, despite the fact that they can’t actually define it.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez possesses a vital political weapon: she is likeable, even to fair-minded conservatives. For better or worse, likeability is a compelling factor in politics, and Ocasio-Cortez doesn't have to fake it.

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Study: Blue-Collar U.S. Wages Continue to be Undercut by Foreign Labor

The H-2B visa program, whereby businesses are allowed to import foreign workers every year, has dragged down the wages of blue-collar Americans, a new study reveals.

Every year, U.S. companies are allowed to import 66,000 low-skilled H-2B foreign workers to take blue-collar, non-agricultural jobs. For some time, the H-2B visa program has been used by businesses to bring in cheaper, foreign workers and has contributed to blue-collar Americans having their wages undercut.

The latest study by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) finds that throughout Fiscal Year 2018, blue-collar Americans in landscaping, conservation work, the meatpacking industry, construction industry, and fishing jobs have had their wages dragged down by foreign workers imported through the H-2B visa program.

In the construction industry, wage suppression is significant, with H-2B foreign workers being offered more than 20 percent less than their American counterparts. In the fishing industry, foreign workers were offered more than 30 percent less for their jobs than Americans in the field; and in the meatpacking industry, foreign workers got 23 percent less pay in wages than Americans.


Virginia’s Democrat Gov. Pushes Gun Confiscation Orders, Criminalization of Private Sales

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) proposed gun confiscation orders, criminalization of private gun sales, an “assault weapons” ban, and other gun controls on Friday.

Northam claimed these controls will reduce “gun violence” although all evidence actually points to the contrary.

Northam tweeted: “This morning I announced a broad package of reasonable legislation to prevent gun violence and improve Virginia’s public safety. I look forward to having a dialogue with the General Assembly this session on these important issues.”


Nolte: Romney Silent After Trump Called ‘Hitler’ and ‘Mother f**ker’

My-oh-my, Mr. Decency suddenly has nothing to say. Which is rather bizarre, because it was just a few days ago when Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) stridently assured us, “I will speak out against significant statements or actions that are divisive, racist, sexist, anti-immigrant, dishonest or destructive to democratic institutions.”

And yet here we are, a full day after Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) publicly called the president of the United States a “motherf**ker,” and Moral Mitt has remained silent.

Here we are, three days after Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) repeatedly and publicly compared the president of the United States to Hitler, and Wellborn Willard has not said a word.

I cannot be the only one disappointed by this, or a bit confused...

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If Walls Don't Work, Why Does Obama Have a Wall Around his House?

The California Example: Red Flag Laws Endanger Second Amendment

California’s newest gun controls demonstrate the insidious nature of red flag laws and the danger they pose to the Second Amendment.

In other words, a red flag law–i.e., gun confiscation orders–can be put in place with ubiquitous focus on limit and meager use, only later to be expanded to open the door to broader and more frequent confiscations.

On October 1, 2014, Breitbart News reported that Gov. Jerry Brown signed California’s red flag law into place. That law, dubbed a “Gun Violence Restraining Order,” allowed families to petition a court for the seizure of guns from a family member, and then empowers police to confiscate firearms from that family member.


Robber takedown

"Snipe His Ass" -- Rep. Scalise Calls Out Ocasio-Cortez After Her "Radical Followers" Call For His Murder

House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) called out Commie princess, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez late Saturday night after one of her “radical followers” called for his murder.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called out Congressman Steve Scalise on Twitter with a condescending tone Saturday after the Republican lawmaker criticized her 70% tax bracket proposal.

Rep. Scalise said Republicans want to let Americans keep more of their own hard earned money and the Dems want to take away 70% of your income to give it to leftist fantasy programs.

Ocasio-Cortez replied by saying, “You’re the GOP Minority Whip. How do you not know how marginal tax rates work?”


Feds: Illegal Alien Family Tried to Smuggle Alleged Cop Killer to Mexico

The family of Gustavo Perez Arriaga, a 32-year-old illegal alien, helped him evade police and attempted to help smuggle him across the United States-Mexico border after he allegedly murdered 33-year-old Newman, California, police officer Ronil Singh, federal documents allege.

The day after Christmas, Singh pulled Arriaga over on suspicion of drunk driving. That’s when police say the illegal alien shot Singh. Over his police radio, Singh called out “shots fired,” and as police arrived at the scene of the traffic stop, they found the officer with a gunshot wound.

Singh was transported to a nearby hospital, where he later died, leavingbehind his wife Anamika and their newborn five-month-old son.


Fake News: Media Manufactures Controversy over Ocasio-Cortez Dancing Video

When a video clip of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) as a college student dancing on a rooftop went viral on Thursday, journalists and leftists immediately accused conservatives of being “outraged” and leapt to her defense.

Yet there appeared to be little actual outrage coming from any conservatives over the video, as some noted on social media.

I haven't encountered any conservative outraged over that high school video of Ocasio-Cortez, but the media keeps telling me conservatives are outraged by it.

— Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) January 4, 2019


The story did not list any examples of conservatives attacking her and only journalists defending her, prompting calls for Newsweek to correct its story.


Trump Quotes Obama, Clinton ‘Build a Barrier’ to Fight Illegal Immigration

President Donald Trump used the words of former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for a border barrier and against illegal immigration to advocate Sunday for the same things.

“We simply cannot allow people to pour into the United States undetected, undocumented, unchecked, and circumventing the line of people who are waiting patiently, diligently, and lawfully to become immigrants in this country,” Barrack Obama said in 2005 while still a U.S. Senator from Illinois.

“I voted numerous times when I was a senator to spend money to build a barrier to try to prevent illegal immigrants from coming in. And I do think you have to control your borders,” then presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told a town hall audience in 2015 according to the Weekly Standard.

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Klein: Past Time to Hold Arab Nations Accountable for Booting Hundreds of Thousands of Jews

For far too long, Arab nations and Iran have not been called to account for their role in forcing hundreds of thousands of Jews to flee their homes in Arab countries, mostly without enough time to take their possessions or sell their property, following the founding of the Jewish state in 1948.

Out of the estimated 850,000 Jewish refugees who fled or were expelled from Arab countries and Iran, the majority were resettled in Israel at great expense to the Jewish state. The Arab nations and Iran did not offer any compensation or financial assistance to aid in the resettlement efforts, and those same nations unilaterally confiscated the Jews’ possessions.

Arab nations, meanwhile, have scandalously distorted the history of “Palestinian refugees” while entirely ignoring their own complicity in creating the so-called Palestinian “refugee” crisis by demanding that local Arabs vacate so invading armies could conquer the newly established State of Israel. This while the very real Jewish refugee crisis of the late 1940s and early 1950s, also created by the Arab states, remains largely forgotten.

Now Israel seems poised to finally hold the Arab world and Iran responsible for this historic injustice by demanding some $250 billion in restitution for the property and assets that the Jews left behind when they were forced to flee those countries.


Bolton: Syria pullout hinges on Turkey promising not to attack Kurds

President Trump's withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria is dependent on Turkey agreeing to not attack Kurdish forces who have helped fight the Islamic State, according to national security adviser John Bolton.

“There are objectives that we want to accomplish that condition the withdrawal,” Bolton told reporters in Jerusalem on Sunday, according to the Associated Press. “The timetable flows from the policy decisions that we need to implement.”

Bolton's comments publicly confirm the Trump administration's shift in policy to slow down the president's call for an immediate exit of U.S. forces from Syria. Trump's Dec. 19 announcement regarding the 2,000 troops stationed in the country drew bipartisan criticism from lawmakers and led to the resignation of former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.

The U.S. is likely to remain at the Al Tanf military base in southern Syria using Trump's authority under Article II of the Constitution, Bolton said, adding that another condition for a pullout was eliminating the remnants of ISIS forces in Syria.

“The primary point is we are going to withdraw from northeastern Syria," Bolton said, NBC News reported. "Then there is the Al Tanf garrison, which is still very strategically important in connection with our determination that Iran not achieve this arc of control stretching from Iran through Iraq into Lebanon and into Syria."


Democrats Hoist with Their Own Petard

The Never Trumpers say they don’t recognize a Republican Party where the core tenets are neither free trade nor foreign democracy promotion. But maybe they just didn’t know their voters by sight, because the only party that has truly departed recognition is Never Trump.

Each week brings this movement a new and bizarre position: Opposing tax cuts, supporting Obamacare; wishing North Korean talks ill, wishing Democratic investigators well; dreaming of European political meddling, pining for American political comeuppance. [snip]

Though the president’s House was defeated in the first post-Trump national elections and his two-year approval among Democrats lies at historic lows, his approval with his own voters -- those who the Never Trumpers courted not long ago -- is second only to George W. Bush after 9/11.

As the second year of Trump’s presidency ends, these former Republicans have insulted and alienated their readers until they had none. They’ve squandered their time on unimportant, self-righteous panel discussions, finally reduced to bobbing up in partisan anti-Trump venues surrounded by men and women who called them war criminals just years before, buoyed for a time by saying the right thing about the right enemy.

NAFTA, mean words and Donald Trump cannot possibly be the origin of these shattered minds, however vital those were to the breaking.

In the same classic misreading of the base, this week Mitt Romney penned a foolish anti-Trump opinion editorial in the heart of D.C. darkness, the Washington Post.

A number of writers responded to this obvious effort to make himself stand out as the new McCain, a Republican willing to destroy the party’s leader for (temporary) press approval.

Steve Hayward nailed it nicely at Power Line blog:

Romney has unwittingly provided the devastating argument against his style of Republicanism. Yes, it is quite true that nearly all Republican presidential candidates -- and presidents -- have promoted tax reform, lower regulation, getting tough with China, and appointing better judges (and add in moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem), if by “promoted” you mean giving lip service to the ideas.

None of them have delivered on these “promoted” ideas (Reagan excepted, of course). The two presidents Bush botched judicial appointments, extended regulation, delivered little in the way of serious tax or spending reform, and did nothing serious with regard to China. I wish Romney had defeated Obama in 2012, but does anyone think this Massachusetts technocrat, who gave us the state-level version of Obamacare in the Bay State, signed up for a regional climate change cap-and-trade scheme, who appointed the egregious Gina McCarthy (Obama’s second EPA administrator) to be his environmental adviser, and appointed state judges who struck the first judicial blows for same-sex marriage, would have governed as a serious conservative had he won?

The point is, Trump has proved that “mainstream Republicanism” was a colossal failure. Whereas Bush-Romney Republicans “promoted” good ideas, Trump has delivered on them.


Son of a veteran walks 105 miles to support military service members

Victor Wise, son of a retired U.S. Army first sergeant and Operation Enduring Freedom veteran, will walk 105 miles to honor and support our servicemen and women.

The “Freedom Ruck” will begin at the Virginia War Memorial in downtown Richmond and finish at Arlington National Cemetery.

This is the sixth year Wise has taken this journey. Last year, he said, “The goal of the Freedom Ruck is to simply say thank you.”

Wise hopes to inspire patriotism and support for servicemen and women.


Progressives aim to repeal 'pay-as-you-go' law to help clear way for Medicare for All

Congressional Progressive Caucus co-chair Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., introduced legislation Friday to repeal the ‘pay-as-you-go’ law that mandates spending cuts or tax hikes to pay for new entitlement benefits, aiming to ease the path for enacting major new government programs.

Jayapal also said in a statement that she had a commitment from House Rules Committee Chairman Jim McGovern, D-Mass., to waive the House’s similar pay-as-you-go rule to allow for consideration of "Medicare for All" legislation and other progressive economic priorities on the House floor. The PAYGO rules have become a point of contention between House Democratic leaders and a handful of progressives, including outspoken freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y.

“I have long been concerned about PAYGO and its legislative implications, and earlier this week I received a commitment from Rules Committee Chairman Jim McGovern to waive PAYGO and Medicare for All and other key progressive priorities,” Jayapal said in a release.


Trump slams drug companies amid new year price hikes

President Trump called out the pharmaceutical industry for its pricing on Saturday, just days after several news reports showed companies had increased the prices of drugs with the coming of the new year.

"Drug makers and companies are not living up to their commitments on pricing," Trump tweeted Saturday. "Not being fair to the consumer, or to our Country!"

An analysis by Rx Savings Solutions found more than three dozen drugmakers raised the prices on hundreds of medicines in the U.S. on Tuesday, for an average increase of 6.3 percent.

The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, a trade group known as PhRMA, called the analysis “flawed and inaccurate,” saying that it failed to take rebates and discounts into account, but also said that patients likely weren’t receiving the savings borne by other entities, including private insurers and government payers.

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Two Senators support recognition of Israeli sovereignty in Golan

US Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Tom Cotton (R-AR) on Sunday issued a statement following reports that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has asked the United States to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights.

In the last Congress, Cruz and Cotton introduced S.Res.732, a resolution expressing the sense of the Senate that the United States should recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights.

“Israel's northern border has become increasingly dangerous in recent weeks with the discovery of Hezbollah’s terror tunnels and Bashar Al-Assad’s continued efforts to consolidate control of Syria with the assistance of Iranian shock troops,” Cruz and Cotton said.

“Responding to the threat posed by Iran and its proxies requires ensuring that Israel can defend its territory and its citizens from attacks. To support Israel’s right to self defense, Washington should take the long overdue step of affirming Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights,” they added.

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Gallup: Socialism Becoming Normalized Among Democrats

Socialism is becoming more normalized among Americans who identify as Democrats, according to a recent poll, as their approval of capitalism falls at the same time.

A recent Gallup poll showed that 57 percent of Democrats view socialism positively, while 47 percent of Democrats view capitalism positively. Across the aisle, only 16 percent of Republicans view socialism in a positive light, a number still frighteningly high among those who identify as conservative.

The Gallup poll adds that the youth are more likely to favor socialism than those who are older. “Evidence for this is found in the strong support younger voters gave Bernie Sanders during his 2016 presidential campaign,” says Gallup, “and in the candidacy of Ocasio-Cortez.”

Socialists — running for office as democrats — are indeed getting elected, as they promise to provide young Americans with free services which they will make other generations pay for.

These politicians brand themselves as “democratic socialists,” bringing socialist policies like “medicare-for-all” into the national conversation, which normalizes the concept of cradle-to-grave, government-run healthcare among Americans, many of whom are too young to remember the days of the Soviet Bloc, when socialists had more control.


The Coming Democratic Disillusion

On Thursday, after eight years in the minority, Nancy Pelosi returned to power as speaker of the House of Representatives. Her party controls 235 seats to the Republicans' 199. One contest, in North Carolina, has yet to be decided. The Democratic majority is a couple seats larger than the one Pelosi led more than a decade ago. Back then a Republican resided in the White House as well. By the seventh year of his presidency, when some 100 U.S soldiers were killed in Iraq every month and gas on average cost $2.80 per gallon, George W. Bush was about as popular as Donald Trump is today. And in 2007, as we all remember, Pelosi's Democrats set about enacting universal health care and ending the war in Iraq.

Fooled you! Actually, the victories of the 110th Congress were much more modest: a minimum wage increase, lobbying reform, and a ban of incandescent light bulbs. Health care had to wait for a subsequent Congress and a Democratic president. So did withdrawal from Iraq—though retreat didn't work out as planned, and America returned, in much smaller numbers, in 2014. The history of Nancy Pelosi's tenure as speaker is a reminder of the limitations and tenuousness of political victories (and defeats).

I suspect Pelosi is aware of this lesson. I doubt her caucus is.


What, precisely, do Democrats want to impeach Trump for?

Newly sworn-in Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib electrified progressives with her passionate declaration that she and her colleagues will "impeach the motherfucker" -- the "motherfucker," of course, being President Trump.

Democratic leaders were embarrassed that a high-profile freshman would speak so frankly in public. But hours before Tlaib spoke, on the first day of Democratic control of the House, another Democrat, Rep. Brad Sherman, filed a resolution of impeachment. Sherman's resolution was later co-sponsored by another colleague, Democratic Rep. Al Green.

The efforts by Sherman and Green, who filed his own articles in 2017, and another House Democrat, Rep. Steve Cohen, who also introduced articles in Trump's first months in office, are nothing new. Nor are those efforts a lonely quest. In an early 2018 procedural vote, 66 Democrats voted in favor of moving an impeachment measure forward.


Berlin To Host Restaurant Week Starting Monday

BERLIN – Local restaurants will showcase their fare next week as the town hosts its annual Berlin Restaurant Week.

From Jan. 7-13, restaurants in Berlin will feature a variety of specials as they seek to encourage residents and visitors alike to dine in the historic town.

“It gives everybody a chance to see what Berlin is all about,” said Ivy Wells, the town’s economic and community development director.

Berlin Restaurant Week was created in 2016 at the suggestion of local resident and business owner Cam Bunting, who’d seen something similar prove successful in another town. In the years since, it has brought a variety of visitors to town to experience Berlin’s array of restaurants.


Dan Crenshaw rebukes Democrat for 'cowardly' speech calling Trump supporters alcohol-addicted, drug abusers

Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, issued a stern admonishment Sunday of a House Democrat who recently compared President Trump to Adolf Hitler and described his supporters as being alcohol-addicted and prone to drug abuse.

In a two-minute video the freshman GOP lawmaker chastised Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Ga., for the combative speech he delivered last week.

"President Trump is a lot of things, but he's not Hitler. He didn't kill millions of people. He didn't star a world war. He doesn't have any concentration camps," Crenshaw said. "And to accuse him of being Hitler is intellectually dishonest, and frankly, a huge insult to the millions of Jews who died under Nazi Germany."


What Gen Z Learned From Millennials: Skip College

Generation Z is already learning from the millennial generation’s mistakes...

For years, millennials have scoffed at the notion of fixing someone else’s toilet, installing elevators, or cleaning a patient’s teeth. Instead, they wanted to get educated in lesbian dance theory, gender studies, and how white people and western civilization destroyed the world. As a result, student loan debt has surpassed the $1 trillion mark, the youth unemployment rate hovers around 9%, and the most tech-savvy and educated generation is delaying adulthood.

But their generational successors are not making the same mistakes, choosing to put in a good day’s work rather than whining on Twitter about how “problematic” the TV series Seinfeld was. It appears that young folks are paying attention to the wisdom of Mike Rowe, the American television host who has highlighted the benefits and importance of trade schools and blue-collar work – he has also made headlines for poking fun at man-babies and so-called Starbucks shelters.

Will Generation Z become the laughing stock of the world, too? Unlikely.


California admits it has no idea whether non-citizens voted in last primary

After a hard-fought battle to obtain records by the Sacramento Bee, we now learn that California's electoral officials are admitting that they have no idea how many illegals and other non-citizens voted in the last primary, based on the state's motor-voter registration, which has been shown to have registered thousands of non-citizen voters. The Bee reports:

California officials still can’t say whether non-citizens voted in the June 2018 primary because a confusing government questionnaire about eligibility was created in a way that prevents a direct answer on citizenship.

Apparently, tens of thousands of foreign nationals and other ineligible voters, maybe 16 year olds, got registered to vote at the DMV when they applied for their drivers licenses whether they asked for it or not.

Investigators can see that people marked themselves as ineligible to vote or declined to answer eligibility questions, but they can’t tell why.

“We can’t assume why they declined to answer eligibility questions or why they said they were not eligible,” the Secretary of State’s Office wrote in an internal memo on Oct. 8, 2018.


Obama Ethics: Another law enforcement agency found corrupted

A Senate memo has blasted another law enforcement agency for corrupt behavior: the U.S. Marshals Service.

Here's the Washington Post account:

The departing chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday issued a scathing summary of his years investigating the U.S. Marshals Service, saying his committee found “a culture of mismanagement, abuse of authority and lax accountability” at the law enforcement agency.

“Poor leadership and pervasive misconduct cripples morale and corrodes trust of employees tasked with apprehending criminals and keeping communities safe,” said Sen. Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa). “This culture must change.”

The memo prepared by Grassley’s staff summarizes the committee’s examination of claims by more than 100 purported whistleblowers who came forward to allege misconduct and mismanagement by senior Marshals Service officials.


Democrats to examine idea of government-run health care system

House Democrats say they will study the promise or pitfalls of a government-run health system out of the gate, setting the stage for hearings on the marquee idea championed by Sen. Bernard Sanders and outspoken freshmen as the left flexes its new clout.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, while taking immediate steps to defend Obamacare in the new Congress, has blessed plans to gather testimony on a government-run program that insures everyone.

House Rules Committee Chairman James P. McGovern said Friday he plans to gather quite soon economists, health care experts and patients for a hearing on “Medicare for all,” an idea he supports.

“We want to do this in a thoughtful way,” said Mr. McGovern, Massachusetts Democrat. “We need to begin this discussion, so I’m looking forward to it.”

Rep. Ro Khanna of California said Democrats have made the moral case for covering everyone. He said the challenge is to convince people that government-run healthcare, or single-payer, is an economic winner, despite its eye-popping price tag of $30-plus trillion.


[If you want to 'examine the idea of government-run health care system', just take a good look at the VA. --Editor]

Interesting Read

Read this for an incredibly simplified version of what has been going on in Circle-Jerk DC!!? It spells it

Incest, it’s Incestuous

From 2001 to 2005 there was an ongoing investigation into the Clinton Foundation.

A Grand Jury had been empaneled.

Governments from around the world had donated to the “Charity”.

Yet, from 2001 to 2003 none of those “Donations” to the Clinton Foundation were declared.

Hmmm, now you would think that an honest investigator would be able to figure this out.

Guess who took over this investigation in 2002?

Bet you can’t guess.

No other than James “Wassup Homey” Comey.

Now, that’s interesting, isn’t it?


This Is Horrific!

Well, 2018 has come and gone; and illegal aliens in NC certainly embraced the giving spirit in December, although it's nothing to be thankful for.

During December 2018, we were able to document 20 illegal aliens as having committed 52 instances of child rape/child sexual assault.

That brings the 2018 grand total of these unbelievable acts to:

215 illegal aliens who committed over 743 acts of child rape/child sexual assault

And what was the response from our elected leaders in Raleigh who receive our monthly child rape reports??? Amazingly.... crickets. How about the 315+ separate media outlets in N.C. who also receive these monthly reports??? That's right... the same crickets.

I just can't grasp having the kind of mindset it takes to completely ignore such a violent and heinous act, especially against children.

If you feel compelled to get involved, I urge you to contact your representatives in Raleigh and to also contact your local news media outlets and ask them why they are ignoring these criminal acts.


House passes bill allowing concealed carry across state lines

The House of Representatives passed a controversial measure Wednesday that would allow gun owners with concealed carry permits from one state to carry them in other jurisdictions.

The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, one of the National Rifle Association's top legislative priorities, passed in a largely party-line vote, 231-198, sending the measure to the Senate.


Parkey Failed The Bird Box Challenge

Build That Wall

Fire in Salisbury

SFD and other fire departments have responded to a working commercial building fire at Quality Linens 1751 Westwood Dr.
Salisbury, MD 21801

Several other fire departments are being ask to respond to Salisbury to standby.