Just How Extensive Is Voter Fraud In Elections

“Election Integrity Project” uncovers MASSIVE voter fraud Allen B West by Matt Palumbo August 7, 2017 Just how big a problem is voter fraud? Just a few weeks after his Election Day victory, then-President Elect Donald Trump turned a few heads by posting that he won not only the electoral college, but also the popular vote if you “deduct the millions of people who voted illegally.” It seemed like an irrelevant point to make. Not only had he already won, there was no evidence to suggest voter fraud on the scale Trump alleged. In fact, by the end of November, … Continue reading

OMG – Tucker Carlson Exposes One Of The Calexit Leaders For The Dunce He Is

“CA is the Best State?” Tucker Interviews Delusional Calexit Leader       Holy Limburger Cheese, Batman! If this guy is any indication of what is left in and in charge of running the state of California–the faster the San Andreas lets loose on those earthquakes in the lower state the better! Maybe DoJ needs to do a state-wide drug testing of every liberal/commie/socialist there? Maybe the toxic waste has polluted their water and air supply? Or some garage geneticist has let loose some bacterium which has caused human brain disease that eats away at common sense and turns brains … Continue reading

Border Patrol – Recognition For A Difficult Job

Rarely do we get a chance to offer our thanks to the Border Patrol for an outstanding job so I am taking this brief moment to honor all of them Coast Guard, ATF, ICE, CBP and any I forgot. They put their lives on the line in often remote and extremely difficult circumstances. The last administration chose to handcuff them and prevent their doing their best to aid in the National Security of our country. Not any more!     Here are some of the many press release actions they have taken just in the last few days alone. Ajo … Continue reading

State Stands Its Ground Against Refugee Resettlement

Most of the states have had at times different lawsuits and angry rebuttals against the dropping of unannounced and unvetted refugees into their borders. Over the last eight years, those lawsuits and angry words have simply been ignored or dismissed with prejudice against them as being refugeephobic. However one state has been advancing a lawsuit that many states ought to look at and join. In 2016, Tennessee stood its ground and overwhelmingly voted for a bill in both their House and Senate. Joint Resolution 467 (“SJR 467”) authorized legal action to stop the federal government’s violation of the Tenth Amendment … Continue reading

Neomi Rao Hits The Ground Running As The New Administrator of the OIRA

The Senate finally got around to confirming one of the many appointees Trump has requested after a contentious delay. Ms Rao was a law professor at George Mason University. Among her many skills was that she founded a free-market-oriented Center for the Study of the Administrative State at the university in northern Virginia. Her focus as a Trump appointee will be to continue Trump’s push to ease what advocates see as burdensome regulations.     According to an article written by Government Executive Management’s Charles Clark, nine days after she was confirmed by the Senate as administrator of OIRA, one of her … Continue reading

President Trump Remarks at Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity

C-Span – Jul 19, 2017 President Trump addresses Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. Watch full video here: here To circumvent the many liberal and MSM objections to there being voter fraud, here are a list of instances of voter fraud concerning abuses and corruption. From different sites across the web: 1) Fraudulent Ballots in Dallas – live case involves hundreds of apparently fraudulent absentee ballot requests in 2016 and in recent weeks for a municipal election targeting elderly voters living in west Dallas, Texas. Noncitizen Voter Fraud – 2012 and 2014 Mexican national living in the north Texas communities … Continue reading

Reminder to Patriots and Republicans – President Isn’t the ONLY Government Position At Risk

REPUBLICANS — BE AWARE AND PLAN ACCORDINGLY Democrats and Liberals are waiting with baited breath, illegal activities, and planning with high hopes that THEY and their deep pockets can turn state by state to be a totally different country this next governorship election cycle!     Battle for governorships ramps up as terms expire PunchingBag Media Alice Greene July 14, 2017 In most states, governorships last four years and governors can be re-elected for a maximum of two consecutive terms. It’s been eight years since a wave of GOP governors took office, and the battles to replace those spots will … Continue reading

The Verdict Is IN

and it can no longer be denied that Democrat-run States suck. The REAL problem is how to keep these Liberal vermin in their own rundown, taxed to the limit, crime-ridden crapholes and out of our Red States. Like cancer cells that have metastisized, they infect whatever Red State they migrate to, i.e., Austin TX, Colorado, etc. Well wonder of wonders, Liberalism continues to be a failure while good old-fashioned Conservatism STILL works after about 300 years or so. No screaming eagle sh*t huh?    http://mercatus.org/statefiscalrankings

Could De Blasio’s Latest Stunt Be The Straw That Changes New York City Election Results

    Could De Blasio’s Latest Stunt Be The Straw That Changes New York City Election Results Everyone in the country has had something to say about New York Mayor De Blasio’s asinine trip to the G20 Summit. He not only left in secret but left behind matters that needed his presence like the funeral of a valiant police officer who was assassinated last week. He also left behind his address to the graduating police academy class in order to take part in demonstrations and violent chaos of the anarchists at the G20 Summit. Her death and the incoming police … Continue reading

Seattle Survey of Higher Wages Tells A Bleak Story The Liberals Will Be Screaming Over

Seattle’s Minimum Wage Has Been a Disaster, as the City’s Own Study Confirms Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) Alex Tabarrok June 27, 2017 The Seattle Minimum Wage Study, a study supported and funded in part by the Seattle city government, is out with a new NBER paper evaluating Seattle’s minimum wage increase to $13 an hour and it finds significant disemployment effects that on net reduce the incomes of minimum wage workers. …These findings, examining another year of data and including the increase to $13/hr, are unequivocal: the policy is an unmitigated disaster. The main findings: The numbers of hours … Continue reading

Liberal Meltdown On Healthcare and GOP Betrayal — Three, Two, One…

Right on time comes a classic liberal meltdown on Healthcare…Actually I don’t like the current health insurance but for a different reason–I will get to that a bit later in this article…   Truth In Satire America F — ked In The Butt By Three Huge Dicks Trying To Repeal Obamacare Affordable health coverage for millions ravaged and left for dead by trio of Republican sadists living in pocket of insurance providers ExtraNewsFeed Blog by Allan Ishac June 25, 2017 Finally scratching his seven-year-itch to repeal Obamacare, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell ended weeks of secret meetings to draft a revised health … Continue reading

Crime literally pays in the city of San Francisco

  ‘We are different’: Activist defends $190K payout by taxpayers to an illegal for being turned over to ICE BizPac Review Tim Tillison July 1, 2017 Crime literally pays in the city of San Francisco. Only in American can an illegal immigrant sue a city for the indignity of having the law enforced against him in a country he’s not supposed to be in and win a six figure payout. San Francisco reached a settlement with Pedro Figueroa-Zarceno, an illegal alien from El Salvador, awarding him $190,000 after police turned him over to immigration authorities when he went to a police station … Continue reading

Fox News Alert On Latest News

  President Trump Latest News Today 6/30/17 ,Trey Gowdy ,FBI , CNN, Jason Chaffetz Jun 30, 2017 Breaking News , President Trump Latest News Today, Trey Gowdy ,FBI , CNN, Jason Chaffetz,breaking news, trump latest news today, donald trump latest news today, news, trump latest news, latest news today, donald trump, donald trump latest news, jason chaffetz, president trump, news today, trump, trey gowdy, latest news, trump news, breaking news today, president donald trump, fox news, trey gowdy news. In case you missed this… Sad to see Chaffetz leave congress…he will be greatly missed. –Uriel–

GOP Donors Slap Down to Congress on Progress

GOP Donors Grow Skittish Over Lack of Legislative Progress Deep-pocketed Republicans threaten to withhold support over lack of health care, tax reform victories Lifezette by Kathryn Blackhurst June 26, 2017 GOP donors have a stern message for President Donald Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and House Speaker Paul Ryan: Get the job done, or we might bail. At a gathering of Koch network donors at a luxury resort nestled in the Rocky Mountains over the weekend, major Texas-based GOP donor Doug Deason announced that he and roughly 10 other Dallas donors have chosen to withhold funds until the White … Continue reading

Potential state government shutdowns – Where the real fault lies…

BallotPedia June 30, 2017 Report: Potential government shutdowns “Daily Brew” email news from Ballotpedia- On Thursday, Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) accused the legislature of playing chicken with state finances. “They’re playing chicken at 100 mph. If you want to play chicken, let’s play chicken,” said LePage. Maine’s fiscal year ends at midnight on Friday. Without a budget in place by that deadline, non-essential government services will shut down. This would be the first partial government shutdown in Maine since 1991. At the center of the stand-off is a ballot initiative approved with 50.6 percent of the vote in 2016. Question 2 … Continue reading

Why do liberals want to kill conservatives

List Of Attacks Against Conservatives Is Mind Blowing Daily Caller by Dave Brooks and Benjamin Decatur June 16, 2017 A wave of liberal rage has marked the last 11 months since the rise and subsequent election of President Donald Trump. Antifa protestors clad in black masks shut down college campuses, destroy property and indiscriminately attack those they disagree with, whether women or the elderly. Meanwhile, CNN fires Kathy Griffin for taking photos with a bloody replica of the president’s decapitated head. Amid this backdrop, The Huffington Post publishes an article calling for the execution of Trump and “everyone assisting his … Continue reading

Independent Judiciary Is Essential – Case For Annual Judicial Reviews

“Independent judiciary is essential to the maintenance of public trust and confidence in the court system” – NCSC   ProPublica published  by Joe Sexton an article titled “Despite exposes and Embarrassments, Hundreds of Judges Preside in New York Without Law Degrees” on June 26, 2017. A review of the work of the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct chronicles the costs of a tradition resistant to change. Granted it was a bit over the top rant but it was justified.  The article did get me thinking…where is the most vulnerable ground level spots if some group such as communists, radical Islamics, … Continue reading

Signed by the Governor: Maine Law Prohibits State Gun Registries

Posted on June 22, 2017 AUGUSTA, Maine (June 19, 2017) – Last week, Maine Gov. Paul LePage signed a bill into law prohibiting any type of state firearms registry. The law will not only protect the privacy of Maine gun owners, it will also hinder the federal government’s ability to develop a firearms database and create a climate less favorable to federal gun control. Rep. Patrick Corey (R-Windham) introduced House Bill 9 (LD9)  with a bipartisan coalition of cosponsors in January. The legislation prohibits the creation of a state firearms registry. “Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, a government … Continue reading

Fact Checking Elizabeth Warren’s Rant on Trump’s Social Security Budget

Verbatim fact check: Elizabeth Warren on Social Security in Trump’s budget VERBATIM Ballotpedia June 15, 2017 In response to President Donald Trump’s budget proposal, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) claimed the following: “During his campaign, Donald Trump said over and over and over that he would not cut Social Security. So much for that campaign promise. Budget is out today and now we’ve seen it, right here—cut Social Security $73 billion over the next ten years.” The president’s budget released on May 23 proposes to reduce the growth of spending for two Social Security programs by $72.5 billion over 10 years: … Continue reading

If One is raked over the coals for “Russian” involvement then All must be burned

If One is raked over the coals for “Russian” involvement then All must be burned Flashback: Russian Ambassador Visited Obama White House 22 Times   Town Hall Matt Vespa June 18, 2017 Prior to the testimony given by Attorney General Jeff Sessions before the Senate Intelligence Committee this week, there was a lot of chatter about his third undisclosed meeting with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. Depending on whom you read, like the LA Times or the Associated Press, Sessions denied the third meeting, while NBC News says the attorney general said it was “conceivable” a third rendezvous occurred, but he cannot recollect what happened. He … Continue reading