Lost leverage on DACA is going to bite Democrats

Democrats Just Realized They Now Have No Leverage Against Trump Over DACA Western Journal Erin Coates February 10, 2018 Now that Congress has passed a budget deal to boost defense, increase spending gaps and lift the debt ceiling, Democrats are realizing they no longer can use a deal on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program as leverage against President Donald Trump. The bipartisan spending bill was passed early Friday morning after a brief government shutdown overnight. The new budget agreement includes $131 billion extra available for non-military spending, according to Reuters, which incorporates $90 billion for disaster aid for … Continue reading

Senate committees holding up nominations-time to force them through to Senate Floor

After a String of Amtrak Crashes, Top Official Points Finger at Schumer Conservative Tribune Ben Marquis February 10, 2018 In keeping with the left’s “resist for the sake of resistance” movement against everything President Donald Trump does, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has blocked or delayed dozens of Trump’s top executive branch post nominees. Now, at least one official has suggested this tactic could be placing lives in danger. That official is Deputy Secretary of Transportation Jeff Rosen, and according to The Daily Caller, he has taken exception to Schumer’s prolonged refusal to confirm the nomination of 40-year rail veteran Ronald Batory as … Continue reading

Is a DoJ shake up underway causing the rats to jump ship

Interesting how DoJ top members are suddenly resigning like rats jumping a sinking ship.  The Justice Department inspector general’s forthcoming report about the FBI and DOJ’s handling of the Clinton email investigation has everyone in DC on edge. Very recently, two of the most senior DoJ officials have resigned “immediately” according to MSM articles. David Laufman, senior Justice Department official and chief of the National Security Division’s Counterintelligence and Export Control Section, resigned February 8th according to the DC Caller in their article “DOJ Official Who Worked On Clinton, Russia Investigations Steps Down For Personal Reasons.” According to their article, he interviewed … Continue reading

Barky Obama – Time to Lawyer Up

because your ass is grass. EXCERPT:  “Bill Clinton received a $500,000 speaking fee from a Russian backed bank and the Clinton Foundation received millions of dollars from people involved with the Uranium One deal. The informant, Douglas Campbell, broke his silence on a Russia plot to steer millions of dollars to the U.S. in an effort to benefit the Clinton Foundation. Campbell braved “35 intense radiation treatments after being diagnosed with cancer during his time with the FBI. Today Campbell spoke with four Congressional panels about the Uranium One scandal.” and here comes the weenie… EXCERPT:  “Victoria Toensing: Mr. Campbell was told by the FBI that what … Continue reading

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau – You can’t make this up!

CFPB, Case for misuse of taxpayer money — You can’t make this up! Democrats are riding taxpayer dollars on this agency. Back at the end of November, I ran an article titled “Federal Judge refused to block the President’s choice to run CFPB”. Until that time little was known by the average citizen about this “taxpayer protection” group. Those companies and industries like banks knew though because they were hit left and right with penalties and lawsuits. The problem, then as now, is that the Consumer Financial Protection Agency is completely without oversight, has only one person in charge of … Continue reading

What is happening with Obamacare?

Are Republicans planning to sell us down the drain? Have they forgotten what the 2016 election was about? Do they plan to commit political suicide if Obamacare is not repealed and replace before their next reelection dates? Obviously one major crisis at a time is all that congress can handle. I get that the budget is first on the list but the issue on Obamacare is one that began on January 21, 2017 and has been running hot and cold ever since then. It should have already been resolved yet little to nothing has actually been done. What congress, especially … Continue reading

Senate Bi-Partisan Budget Agreement Reached

White House Press Briefing Feb 7, 2018. It includes a short comment by Sec. Mattis as well.     McConnell speaks in Senate     “I’m pleased to announce that our bi-partisan, bicameral negotiations on defense spending and other priorities have yielded a significant agreement.” Mitch McConnell The compromise we have reached will: Ensure that for the first time in years, our armed forces will have more of the resources they need to keep America safe. Will help us serve the veterans who bravely served us. Will ensure funding for important efforts such as disaster relief, infrastructure, and building on … Continue reading

Racism Is Alive & Well In America: The Black Congressional Caucus, The USDA, and Pigford

We delight in watching the MSM and the Democrat Party dodge and weave around the truth as they attempt to defend their Fearless Leader the Brown Clown from forthcoming charges of tampering with federal elections and lying to judges.  But let’s not lose sight of what it was exactly that motivated Barack Hussein Obama during his destructive eight year reign.  Yes, he was (and is) a power-hungry leftist, intent on cementing Big Government and an established unelected bureaucracy at the helm of the American ship of state in perpetuity. Yes, he was (and is) very likely what, back in the … Continue reading

ACLJ – John Kerry appears to be advising a group with ties to Hamas

Former Secretary of State Kerry Reportedly Advising PA Leader Who Wished America’s “House Be Destroyed” After Funneling Money to His Son’s Anti-Israel Org   ACLJ January 31, 2018 It’s hard to imagine a former Senator and Presidential candidate who touted his love and service to this country advising a foreign leader with ties to recognized terrorist groups like Hamas, but former Secretary of State John Kerry may have done just that. News outlets have reported a London meeting took place between Kerry and Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Hussein Agha, close advisor of PA President Mahmoud Abbas. During their conversation Kerry reportedly sent … Continue reading

Should those involved with the debacle and scandals of 2016 who are lawyers end up disbarred

Possibly, especially if action is taken by those in a state to have them brought up before the state’s grievance committees. Washington Times published an article October 18, 2017 titled “Push is on to disbar James Comey after Clinton scandal” in which Ty Clevenger filed a grievance in New York, where Mr. Comey was a former U.S. attorney and is licensed to practice law. His standing was that Comey had lied before congress on what happened and the results during Hillary Clinton’s questioning. “Insofar as Mr. Comey gave materially false testimony to Congress, it appears that he violated Rules 1.0(w), … Continue reading

Looking forward to future conservative leaders

As the most visible and vocal names in the Republican Party and the conservative rebirth age out of public life, many are worried that there will be a fight in the near future to keep conservatism, constitutional values, and our country steering on a good course rather than buckling. Newsmax compiled a list of 30 of the most influential young Conservatives and Republicans coming up now. “The average age of the 435 members currently serving in the U.S. House of Representatives is 57, and the average age among the 100 U.S. senators is 61. But a new generation of Republicans … Continue reading

CNN doubles down on stupid – Phillip Mudd’s Mueller connection

Fmr. Mueller-appointed FBI bigshot vows ‘ticked’ FBI will get revenge on Trump: ‘We’re going to win’ BizPak Review Samantha Chang February 4, 2018 CNN analyst Philip Mudd, a former employee of the embattled FBI and CIA, threatened a sitting United States president during an unhinged rant on live TV. “The FBI people are ticked,” Mudd bellowed on CNN. “If you think you can push us off this because you can intimidate the director, you’d better think again! You’ve been around for 13 months. We’ve been around since 1908. I know how this game is going to be played! We’re going … Continue reading

Diamond and Silk on the Black Caucus – Hilarious

Now for your entertainment break it’s —– DIAMOND   AND   SILK!!!!! Bowl of Stupid     These ladies are hilarious and always spot on! –Uriel–

On the same day FISA memo is released, a federal judge calls into question something equally alarming

Was the FISC uninformed of the illegal actions of Comey and others — or was it complicit?   On same day Trump releases Nunes memo, a federal judge keeps the Comey memos secret   BizPak Review Richard Pollock, DCNF February 3, 2018 On the same day the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence released the Nunes memo showing the FBI relied on the salacious and unverified Trump dossier to obtain a surveillance warrant on Carter Page, a federal judge ruled to withhold the Comey memos. The memos, authored by former FBI Director James Comey, are about his nine private conversations … Continue reading

The Numbers Are In: First Trump State of the Union Got the Best Ratings in 7 Years

The Numbers Are In: First Trump State of the Union Got the Best Ratings in 7 Years   Western Journal Jason Hopkins February 1, 2018 Not only was President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address widely lauded, but it was viewed by a record number of viewers as well. According to Nielsen ratings, Trump’s speech earlier this week was the most watched State of the Union address in seven years. Roughly 45.6 million viewers tuned in to watch the Republican deliver his first SOTU speech as president on Tuesday night, surpassing the last six addresses to Congress given by … Continue reading

Jarrett: Those we expect to uphold the law are breaking it

Last night, Gregg Jarrett, Sara Carter, and Sebastian Gorka react on ‘Hannity’ to the release of the FISA memo. So, what we know now is only 10% of the criminality?  Heads must roll.  We Americans deserve no less than a full accounting and prosecutions. ~ Hardnox

US Navy is commissioning a new LCS ship

Few if any civilians understand the complexity of purchasing Naval ships; nor, until they are battle ready just how long and difficult the journey is for each commissioned ship. Sometimes it is good to really think about what it takes to make sure our superiority in combat on land, sea, and in the air is on target. Like mortgages on our homes, they have to be planned for and each year paid down on, until they are ready to go to sea. These extremely sophisticated and important tools in our military are essential to provide for our defense and sovereignty. … Continue reading

MSM and Liberals rarely talk about Jared Kushner’s effectiveness in the Middle East

What no one is talking about on Arab, Israeli, and Palestinian news. In a poorly met interview on December 3, 2017 with the Times of Israel, Jared Kushner came off as untried, uncomfortable in his new role, and inexperienced in public speaking. No one can deny that after listening to the interview. The interview was painful to watch as a skilled, sarcastic journalist met with him in front of an audience on camera. Even though Kushner had been working quietly since June 2017 on meetings and discussions, he apparently had little to no experience in front of the camera. It … Continue reading

Appeals court rules consumer bureau’s structure is constitutional

Appeals court rules consumer bureau’s structure is constitutional     The Hill Sylvan Lane January 31, 2018 Language in the Dodd-Frank Act that gives the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) independence from Congress is constitutional, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled Wednesday, overturning a 2016 ruling by three of the court’s judges. In a review of the court’s previous decision, PHH v. CFPB, the full court held that the bureau can exist as an independent agency with a sole director who can only be fired by the president for “inefficiency, neglect of duty, or … Continue reading

Transparency Matters – Bush era border wall scheme makes news

Every president for the last twenty or more years has had a congress that somewhere during their office term put forth bills about building a border wall. President Trump just happens to be the latest and admittedly the loudest to attempt to accomplish a goal that has been funded over the years but never really received much oversight. Now we find that millions upon millions were applied to a Texas border wall and oops shock….the money was mismanaged and the project mishandled. Lesson here for the Trump administration…get it right, get it done under budget, and monitor the crap out … Continue reading