President Signs Bill to Extend Veteran’s Choice Health Care Law

President Donald Trump signed a bill Wednesday to temporarily extend a program that lets some veterans seek medical care in the private sector, part of an effort by the president to deliver on a campaign promise. More information on how the VA is changing coming in the next week or so.   President Signs Bill to Extend Veteran’s Choice Health Care Law Department of Defense By Terri Moon Cronk WASHINGTON, April 20, 2017 — President Donald J. Trump signed the Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act on April 18, so military veterans can continue receiving health care in the … Continue reading

Arizona’s Avra Valley – What Every State Should Consider About Water

FINALLY, some states have wised up and are putting into play water conservation methods long talked about by groups who have seen this time coming for many years! Western States Negotiate Drought Contingency Plan Despite Wet Winter Route Fifty Timothy Clark April 17, 2017 A visit to Arizona’s Avra Valley highlights advanced hydrological, technological and conservation solutions to the Tucson area’s water concerns. AVRA VALLEY, Ariz. — Here in the desert 15 miles from downtown Tucson, a remarkable engineering system is providing a reliable supply of water that’s the envy of other communities in the arid West. Twenty ponds, ranging … Continue reading

H.J.Res. 43 Now Law – A Win For Pro-Life Values

Totally being ignored or generally hushed up by MSM has been the signing of HJ Res 43 into law. Only brief references and mostly non-mainstream have told the story. The president’s enactment of the legislation into law is the latest in what is now a series of pro-life actions by his administration in moves designed to fulfill promises of his campaign to pro-life advocates: –Trump signed an executive order Jan. 23 that reinstated the bans on federal funds for organizations that perform or promote abortions overseas. –The State Department announced April 3 it would not forward congressionally approved money to … Continue reading

Wildlife Groups Attempting To Stop Border Walls

Congress returns on April 24 and 25 after an Easter break to mull over more issues. The one taking front and center is the looming budget deadline. Of the issues most important during campaigns and for citizens in general is the building of a border security wall using technology, increased border manpower, and a physical wall to get it done. Wildlife groups have always found ways to thwart construction or forward advancement to protect wildlife. I actually am for better building construction with wildlife concerns in mind. But, I believe that with meaningful mediation, forethought, knowledge, and cooperation both sides … Continue reading

When You

dress up like an terrorist/anarchist, run with terrorist/anarchists, fight with them against Trump supporters, don’t be surprised when your face meets someone else’s fist! If you snowflakes can’t take a beating, stay at home in mommy and daddy’s basement. Now the Leftist media wants this guy arrested because he hit a woman! It is quite clear that one, she’s in the fight, two, she has “sap” gloves on, three, she tweeted that she was going to “scalp 100 Nazis,” and four, that she had her fists up. Fair game.  Femi-nazis wants equality? Well there is a knuckle sandwich worth for ya … Continue reading

OMB Releases Memo on Reducing Federal Workforce

OMB Releases Memo on Reducing Federal Workforce “Billions and billions of dollars are being wasted on activities that are not delivering results for hardworking American taxpayers.” – President Donald J. Trump President Trump released a statement on April 12, 2017. In a nutshell, he is telling everyone in government to shape up and get with his program of a leaner, more efficient, less “big brother” agenda. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is the largest office within the Executive Office of the President of the United States (EOP). They are about to hit the track running full-out in this new … Continue reading

Syria Timeline 2000 – 2012, Part 2 A

Timeline of 2000 – 2012, The Clinton Years of 2009-2012 July 17, 2000 – Basshar al Assad takes office November 2000- The Basshar Assad orders the release of 600 political prisoners. April 2001 – Outlawed Muslim Brotherhood says it will resume political activity, 20 years after its leaders were forced to flee. June 2001 – Syrian troops evacuate Beirut, redeploy in other parts of Lebanon, following pressure from Lebanese critics of Syria’s presence. September 2001 – Detention of MPs and other pro-reform activists, crushing hopes of a break with the authoritarian past of Hafez al-Assad. Arrest continues, punctuated by occasional amnesties, … Continue reading

Why Is There Such A Problem With Syria – Part 2 Overview, 2000-2017

  As I mentioned in the beginning, I started this as a quick timeline using just information on Syria. The purpose was to better understand how a president could order vile chemicals and other things against his own people. The more I delved into the timeline, the more I realized this wasn’t about one man though leadership is a strong indicator; but, it is really the events leading up to his installation and about all of the events surrounding his time as president. In many ways I do believe Assad is a bully autocratic leader. He is after all a … Continue reading

Syria Beginning Timeline 1942 – 2000, Part 1 A

The Beginning Timeline 1942- 2000 1942 – President Roosevelt introduces the Declaration of the United Nations April 25, 1945 – United Nations begins with the United Nations Conference on International Organization began in San Francisco. 1947 – Michel Aflaq and Salah-al-Din al-Bitar founded the Arab Socialist Baath Party in Syria 1947 – George Soros is reported to have arrived in London supposedly flat broke at age 16 through countless Soviet checkpoints and German war zoness where he quickly enrolls in London School of Economics 1952 – George Soros graduates earning bachelors and eventually Masters In Philosophy, works briefly in financial … Continue reading

Why Is There Such A Problem With Syria – Part 1 Overview

  Why Is There Such A Problem With Syria   We have had ample history over a thousand years of the rise, encroachment, receding, and dissolution of the Ottoman Empire and all those who were Islamic followers. In most cases, western cultures do not understand them nor their lifestyles at all and there is often a clash on beliefs and laws. Most westerners do understand that the different groups in the Middle East have been warring for as long as there have been tribes and sects of Islam. Just as most westerners today realize many of the so-called radicals follow … Continue reading

Pat Buchanan

nails it. In case you missed this on 10 April, this is a must read and Pat simply hits a grand slam.  “The neoconservatives are not really conservatives at all. They are impostors and opportunists.” P.B. EXCERPT:  “By firing off five dozen Tomahawk missiles at a military airfield, our “America First” president may have plunged us into another Middle East war that his countrymen do not want to fight. Thus far Bashar Assad seems unintimidated. Brushing off the strikes, he has defiantly gone back to bombing the rebels from the same Shayrat air base that the U.S. missiles hit. Trump … Continue reading

Trump Getting His House In Order With Several Nominations Over The Past Few Weeks

  With all of the drama behind us on Justice Gorsuch and hopefully on other issues like Russian partiality, we have a chance to see more of Trump’s nominees begin to shape up. He has not just chosen heavy conservatives but has added many different layers of talent to his cabinet. Here are the ones currently being provided as nominees since March 21, 2017: March 21, 2017 – Judge Amul R. Thapar of Kentucky for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. He is the son of Indian-American immigrants and currently serves on the District Court for the … Continue reading

After The Meeting Between Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping

  After the meeting between President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping in which several topics were discussed, the China and the world was shocked by Trump’s Syrian missile attack. Everyone also took notice as Trump and his military deployed the  nuclear-powered USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier strike group from Singapore to North Korea. In a direct response to the rising tensions, China has now taken defensive steps as well. Navy Adm. Harry B. Harris Jr., commander of U.S. Pacific Command, according to a DoD press release on April 10th, directed the Carl Vinson Strike Group to sail north and report on station in the … Continue reading

Greenfield: The New Civil War

By David Greenfield: A civil war has begun. This civil war is very different than the last one. There are no cannons or cavalry charges. The left doesn’t want to secede. It wants to rule. Political conflicts become civil wars when one side refuses to accept the existing authority. The left has rejected all forms of authority that it doesn’t control. The left has rejected the outcome of the last two presidential elections won by Republicans. It has rejected the judicial authority of the Supreme Court when it decisions don’t accord with its agenda. It rejects the legislative authority of … Continue reading

Pictures Capture Character Not Just The Moment

Photographs capture a lot more than the moment if we pay attention Contrast between leader and hesitant leadership.   OR      Listening or just Hearing in a small conference meeting:     OR     Showing respect and being engaged at a small gathering for the enlisted     OR   Showing Love of Flag and Country   OR   This isn’t propaganda just an observation (as a few may attempt to say) by one who is so thankful Obama is no longer in office. –Uriel–

Nuclear Option Deployed – Now Democrats Have A Real Problem

The Senate has altered the longstanding practice for confirming Supreme Court justices after Democrats today blocked the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch. –00– As I see it – the country and in particular states have lost a tremendous amount today.  Not because the “nuclear option” as the last ditch effort was deployed but because the Senate has destroyed its official purpose to best represent the states and their interests. For years we have watched as members of the House of Representatives represented the winds of change and concerns of individuals; but always. we had hopes that the Senate which was to have … Continue reading

CAIR Needs To Take A Long Walk Off A Short Pier

CAIR Orders U.S. Air Force to Ditch “Anti-Muslim” Counterterrorism Instructor Judicial Watch Corruption Chronicles March 30, 2017 The Islamic terrorist front group that transformed the way U.S. law enforcement agencies conduct anti-terrorism training is ordering the Air Force to sever ties with an instructor it considers to be anti-Muslim. The question is will the Trump administration cave into its demands? Under Barack Obama, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a group that reportedly raises money for Hamas, wielded tremendous power and managed to bully law enforcement agencies at the local, state and federal level to alter counterterrorism training materials deemed … Continue reading

2017 Elections Across The States Are Beginning – Can Our Patriots Continue The Momentum

Even now with barely the first quarter of 2017 behind us, elections across the states are occurring that can affect the country now and moving forward. Will patriots be able to keep the momentum going and the Democrats with their huge PAC funds from again gaining ground? If we do want to stop the slippery slide down the slope into an oligarchy situation then we definitely have to stay on top of the issues and those who are running for elections from the local to federal level. It is they who make root changes that affect our way of voting … Continue reading