Trump and Congress Quietly Fulfilling Promises

  Congress was working quietly behind scenes as the drama of the Liberals unfolded in order to begin curbing the federal control of agencies who during Obama’s reign managed to seize control over the rights of states and local governments to govern themselves. For several years it became apparent that agencies like BLM, EPA, and Education had been allowed to write “rules” with Obama’s encouragement. These so-called rules were in fact usurping the right of congress to perform its constitutionally mandated function and allowing the agencies to “make laws” themselves. Rules in the several agencies were made without review, oversight, … Continue reading

One Writer’s Guess As To The Secrets That Are Hidden In The Iran Nuke Deal

On this afternoon’s radio show, Rush opined that one of the main (if not THE main) reason the Obama Shadow Regime is working so hard to bring down Donald Trump is the fact that Trump plans to void the Iran Nuke Deal.  And in the process of doing so, the details of this treacherous and traitorous deal may become public, and the American electorate will become infuriated, thus ending Democrat hopes of returning to power anytime soon, and voiding a major chunk of the Brown Clown’s “legacy”. The known details of the “crowning diplomatic achievement” of King Putt and Little … Continue reading

All Aboard, Trump Train Is Rolling

  Memorandums have generally been directed to those inside the executive departments and are not supposed to override existing laws or write laws. I always assumed they were like memos within any company – for company eyes only and generally confidential. Obama seems to have viewed them apparently as another means of accomplishing goals to make, ignore, or rewrite laws. Over the weekend, a very important memorandum was directed to Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies from Reince Priebus that actually may have addressed some of the worry of last minute Obama actions. 1) Send no regulation to the Office of … Continue reading

Trumps Vision on Paying For Infrastructure and Energy

People on news sites have constantly questioned how President Trump plans to move forward on several issues of concern. Liberals have as usual made a great deal out of not having a syllabus of thousands of pages of game plan to draw from. Had anyone taken the time to really read his “greatagain site” or today his White House site on the issues they may have been less outraged or stirred by off-the-chart hyped fear. The greatagain site had a lot of possibilities and now it appears these are becoming realities as the new administration settles in. The same anxiety … Continue reading

Big Mining Rejects Carbon Sense

From Carbon Sense Many on the alarmist side of the climate debate seem to struggle to find rational arguments or evidence to support their cause so they usually resort to character assassination or defamation. A common attack on me is:  “Viv Forbes is just a coal industry stooge.” This was put to the test recently at the year’s biggest Mining Industry Function – the Queensland Resources Council Annual Forum and Lunch. The delegates on stage at the forum included very senior managers from BHP Billiton, Shell, Anglo-American, Peabody and Glencore. The audience was invited to ask questions of this panel. … Continue reading

The Delusional War on Warmth

From Canada Free Press For decades now, global warming scaremongers have been stealing energy from the environment using windmills, solar collectors and biofuels, force-fed by carbon taxes and emission trading schemes. Their delusional dream is to cool the globe. However, there has been no global warming for nearly 20 years. Right now, the great ice sheets are growing thicker and record snow is blanketing much of the climate change leader – the Northern hemisphere landmass. Solar panels are blinded by snow, and turbines don’t turn in the cold still air or have to be shut down because of icing or … Continue reading

Rex Tillerson’s 2013 Charlie Rose Interview

In this 2013 interview with Charlie Rose, we get an in-depth understanding of what an excellent choice Rex Tillerson is for Secretary of State. Remember this is long before any thought of holding a government high level position was even a glimmer in the ionosphere so his answers were candid and definitely not politically motivated in any way. It also highlights Trump’s focus, vision, and ability to choose the best of the best in order to fulfill his promise to the American people. Unlike many of the secretaries over the last fifty years, Tillerson is intelligent and well-versed in many areas … Continue reading

Lefty Heads Are Sure to Explode Over Trump’s Pick of Secretary of State

According to NBC News, Donald Trump will be announcing the nomination of ExxonMobil Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson as his Secretary of State. Tillerson is 64 years old and has never held elected or appointed office.  His whole professional career has been with ExxonMobil.  He has close ties to Putin and the Russian oil industry.  Lefty heads are sure to explode as Tillerson sure as hell won’t be promoting the Global warming meme that has been trotted out by current SoS John Hanoi Kerry and his boss as the “greatest threat to mankind”… never mind ISIS. What’s probably in the works … Continue reading

You Rotten Communist Russian Spies – Have You No Shame?

An Initial Set of Sites That Reliably Echo Russian Propaganda We have used a combination of manual and automated analysis, including analysis of content, timing, technical indicators, and other reporting, in order to initially identify (“red-flag”) the following as Russian propaganda outlets. We then confirmed our initial assessment by applying whatever criteria we did not originally employ during the red-flag process, and we reevaluate our findings as needed.  Please note that our criteria are behavioral. That means the characteristics of the propaganda outlets we identify are motivation-agnostic. For purposes of this definition it does not matter whether the sites listed here … Continue reading

Update on Mulheur, Oregon Occupiers Trials

    The rightwing occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge unravelled after police arrested protest leader Ammon Bundy and four other key members of the anti-government militia. On the 41st day of the standoff, the final four occupiers surrendered, and federal prosecutors announced that they had filed felony charges against a total of 25 people associated with the armed occupation of the Malheur national wildlife refuge. The group of 23 men and two women – who are all faced the same federal charge of conspiracy to impede officers through “force, intimidation and threats” – hailed from 10 states across the … Continue reading

Trump’s Contract With Americans

in his first 100 days as POTUS EXCERPT:  “Donald Trump is laying out delivered a long list of things he would do if elected president. During an appearance in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, he vows to act on them in the first 100 days in office. “On November Eighth, Americans will be voting for this 100-day plan to restore prosperity to our country, secure our communities, and honesty to our government,” Trump says. “This is my pledge to you and if we follow these steps we will once more have a government of, by and for the people and importantly we will make America … Continue reading

Third and Final Presidential Debate

Will we actually have a respected moderator who uses reasonable non-partisan moderator techniques rather than what we have observed in the debates so far or will Fox and Chris Wallace also bend over for Hillary? We don’t expect one to be biased for Trump but we would certainly hope a non-partisan approach could be achieved.   Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Moderator: Chris Wallace, Anchor, Fox News Sunday Location: University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV   Published on Sep 16, 2016 ‘Fox News Sunday’ host Chris Wallace and Brit Hume analyze the media’s coverage of Trump-Clinton presidential race   … Continue reading

WikiLeaks – The Podesta Emails, Continuing the Clinton Saga

  WikiLeaks Press Release Today WikiLeaks begins its series on deals involving Hillary Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta. Mr Podesta is a long-term associate of the Clintons and was President Bill Clinton’s Chief of Staff from 1998 until 2001. Mr Podesta also controls the Podesta Group, a major lobbying firm and is the Chair of the Center for American Progress (CAP), a Washington DC-based think tank. Part 1 of the Podesta Emails comprises 2,060 emails and 170 attachments and focuses on Mr Podesta’s communications relating to nuclear energy, and media handling over donations to the Clinton Foundation from mining and … Continue reading

Part 3 – Taking A Hard Look At Obama’s Address To The UN General Assembly

So the answer cannot be a simple rejection of global integration. Instead, we must work together to make sure the benefits of such integration are broadly shared, and that the disruptions — economic, political, and cultural — that are caused by integration are squarely addressed. This is not the place for a detailed policy blueprint, but let me offer in broad strokes those areas where I believe we must do better together. United Nations http://www.un.org/en/globalissues/peacesecurity/ Over the decades, the UN has helped to end numerous conflicts, often through actions of the Security Council — the organ with primary responsibility, under … Continue reading

Pinocchio Award to Federal Reserve on Presidential Voting Manipulations

  On September 17th I wrote an article showing how it is possible for the Federal Government to manipulate voting (http://wp.me/p3QtM7-ckH). At that time the Feds had not yet made their decision on interest rates. Today, their decision has been announced with strong dissention in the ranks. Bloomberg had this to say about the decision reached on Thursday in an article titled, “Divided Fed Holds Fire, Signals 2016 Rate Increase Still Likely” by Jeanna Smialek: “The sixth straight hold extends U.S. central bankers’ run of getting cold feet amid risks from abroad and inconsistent signs of economic strength. Now the … Continue reading

Bill Clinton Mocks “The Coal People” Who Oppose Hillary

The Clintons are getting desperate.  Now they are attacking their democrat base. Yeah, they voted for you, then you screwed them over like every good leftist does to the useful idiots. The sad truth is that most miners have voted democrat and thus against their own self interests for decades at the behest of the Unions that are in the tank and pockets of the democrat elite.  Now the miners are unemployed.  Surprise!  Who didn’t see that screwing coming?  Obviously the coal miners. Now the Left are pissed at those that are pissed off and are voting for Trump.  The … Continue reading

Keystone Blowback: TransCanada Sues Obama for $15 Billion

From Canada Free Press The boss explained in detail back in November why Obama’s refusal to permit the Keystone XL pipeline was a load of crap. We’ve talked about it a lot here, and when we do, we usually focus on all the economic benefits to the United States that were lost because Obama chose to cater to his extreme leftist environmentalist base rather than govern like a serious person. But we didn’t focus quite as much on the blow this dealt to TransCanada, the company that proposed to build the pipeline and lost seven years with nothing to show … Continue reading

Donald Trump Attacks Clinton In Speech

In case you missed it… here is the full speech: In case you don’t want to view the whole speech (which was great by the way) here’s the part where he skewers Hildabeast: Rock on Donald! This is the first shot across the bow. ~ Hardnox

Silence on Hillary’s Uranium Deal

Before We Forget One Year of Silence on Hillary Clinton Uranium Deal Breitbart Peter Schweizer May 1, 2016 For more than a year, the mainstream media has failed to ask Hillary Clinton some very basic questions about a series of extremely troubling deals. Why? Two New York Times Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporters, Jo Becker and Mike McIntire, did their own digging. What they found confirmed what I had reported in my Clinton Cash book. In short, here was what you might call a radioactive scandal. It included secret donations, the Russian government, foreign financiers, more than $145 million, and Bill … Continue reading