Saturday, April 6, 2019

“This is what blackface sounds like.”

Friday, April 5, 2019

Senate goes nuclear to speed up Trump nominees

A Who’s-Who-The-Heck-IS-That of 2020 Candidates — Your Democrat Presidential Primer

President Trump At US Border Patrol Station Calexico

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Trump Puts Mexico on Notice: Stop Illegals, Drug Trafficking or We’ll Tariff Cars, Then Close Border

Weekly Jobless Claims Reach Lowest Point in 50 years…

This is a rather remarkable statistic [Technical Data Here] Weekly unemployment claims dropped to 202,000 for the week ending March 30th. That’s the lowest level of jobless claims since December 1959. More people are working today than ever in U.S. history.

Have you heard about it?

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Democrat Progressive Censorship: House Democrats Want 'Oversight' Over FOX News Editorial Decisions and CNN’s Christiane Amanpour says that the chant “Lock Her Up” was hate speech, suggests the government should have banned people from saying it

Joe Rogan and Ben Shapiro said what we were all were thinking

Sen. Cotton directs IRS to investigate Hate Group Southern Poverty Law Center’s tax-exempt status

How bad does border have to be for Democrats to admit it's an emergency?

Biden Helped Nurture the #MeToo Hysteria and the Right Should Stop Trying to Defend Him

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

President Trump Speech During NRCC Spring Dinner

How healthy is California snowpack? Snow survey site has 4th-best start to April ever

Left-Wing Vox Admits Their Trump Hate Was So Bad They Believed Fake Russia Claims

A group backed by liberal billionaire George Soros contributed millions of dollars to firms connected to Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele, the author of the so-called Trump dossier

Internal Revenue Service filings reveal The Democracy Integrity Project, founded in 2017 by a former staffer to Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., $3.3 million was paid to Bean LLC., a holding company that oversees Fusion GPS. Separately, $250,000 was paid to London-based Walsingham Partners Ltd., which is owned by Steele and his business partner Christopher Burrows, the Daily Caller reports.

Similarly, hundreds of thousands of dollars were also paid to other firms with ties to Fusions GPS as contractors or law firms that represented Fusion GPS on legal matters concerning the dossier, according to TDIP’s tax filings....

"The pro-life film “Unplanned” has now surpassed Planned Parenthood in followers on Twitter despite the platform censoring and restricting them"

"Trump Budgets Like a Businessman and Swamp Hates Him For It"

May 23, 2017: "If we determine this to be true, this is an enormous abuse of power," Paul said. “This will dwarf all other stories.”

The National Security Agency under former President Barack Obama routinely violated American privacy protections while scouring through overseas intercepts and failed to disclose the extent of the problems until the final days before Donald Trump was elected president last fall, according to once top-secret documents that chronicle some of the most serious constitutional abuses to date by the U.S. intelligence community.

More than 5 percent, or one out of every 20 searches seeking upstream Internet data on Americans inside the NSA’s so-called Section 702 database violated the safeguards Obama and his intelligence chiefs vowed to follow in 2011, according to one classified internal report reviewed by Circa.

The Obama administration self-disclosed the problems at a closed-door hearing Oct. 26 before the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that set off alarm. Trump was elected less than two weeks later....

Circa has reported that there was a three-fold increase in NSA data searches about Americans and a rise in the unmasking of U.S. person’s identities in intelligence reports after Obama loosened the privacy rules in 2011.

Officials like former National Security Adviser Susan Rice have argued their activities were legal under the so-called minimization rule changes Obama made, and that the intelligence agencies were strictly monitored to avoid abuses.

The intelligence court and the NSA’s own internal watchdog found that not to be true.

“Since 2011, NSA’s minimization procedures have prohibited use of U.S.-person identifiers to query the results of upstream Internet collections under Section 702,” the unsealed court ruling declared. “The Oct. 26, 2016 notice informed the court that NSA analysts had been conducting such queries inviolation of that prohibition, with much greater frequency than had been previously disclosed to the Court.”

Speaking Wednesday on Fox News, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said there was an apparent effort under the Obama Administration to increase the number of unmaskings of Americans.

"If we determine this to be true, this is an enormous abuse of power," Paul said. “This will dwarf all other stories.”

“There are hundreds and hundreds of people,” Paul added....

How could the FBI ever justify investigating the opposition research of a rival candidate for office?

Senate Republicans are ready to speed up the process of confirming President Trump’s judicial nominees

Senate Republicans this week are poised to make good on a monthslong threat to change the rules in order to speed up confirming President Trump’s judicial nominees....Republicans argue the minority is simply wasting floor time in order to slow down the seating of a Republican president’s nominees to the federal bench and key administration posts.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., in a recent hearing on the rules change, said Democrats have dragged out floor debates for nominees they do not oppose.

“It’s pretty obvious the sole purpose is to eat up floor time,” McConnell said.

Delay tactics by both parties have increased over the past few election cycles as each party has become increasingly intent on blocking the judicial nominees of an opposing president.

Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., who chairs the Senate Rules Committee, said a permanent fix will put a stop to it.

“Both sides will continue to up the ante on how we deal with this issue until we stop ourselves from doing it,” he said recently.

Monday, April 1, 2019