November – National Native American Heritage Month

The month is almost half over, but perhaps others like myself have yet to hear about the November Native American Heritage Month declaration. Also, like many I have heard little over the years about the efforts of Native Americans in defending and supporting our war efforts. As part Native American myself, these stories of valor and courage touch my heart and bring to the fore how often despite attitudes, Native Americans have done their best to participate. Perhaps you can call me prejudiced,, but these are groups of tribes and people who may not have ever been labeled “slaves” but … Continue reading

President Trump Knocks His Vietnam Press Conference Out of the Park

President Trump Knocks His Vietnam Press Conference Out of the Park,  November 11, 2017 Even though he has to deal with an MSM Troll Reporter     –##– November 10, 2017 REMARKS BY PRESIDENT TRUMP AT APEC CEO SUMMIT Ariyana Da Nang Exhibition Center Da Nang, Vietnam US Vietnam Embassy PRESIDENT TRUMP: What an honor it is to be here in Vietnam — in the very heart of the Indo-Pacific — to address the people and business leaders of this region. This has already been a remarkable week for the United States in this wonderful part of the world. Starting … Continue reading

Another Obama “Gift Bomb” that is about to go into force

Global Compact on Refugees and Obama Unconstitutional Action Goes way to far in an attempt to destroy our national sovereinty As part of the follow-up to the 2016 New York Declaration, the High Commissioner for Refugees will propose a Global Compact on Refugees in his annual report to the General Assembly in 2018.   While I usually barely listen to this kind of video, this particular one does give a good bit of information that we should all be aware of.   On September 19, 2016 the United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopted the New York Declaration for Refugees and … Continue reading

October Unemployment Rate for Vets Shows Seventeen Year Low According to Dept of Labor

  Unemployment Rate for Vets Overall Shows New Low According to Dept of Labor The Department of Labor just issued its November 2017 report on Veteran Employment. It shows a downward trend in the number of Vets still unemployed over this time last year. That is good news not only for the Trump administration but for all veterans as well. According to the report, Veteran unemployment in November is at a 17-year low since 2000. It is now 2.7% overall. VETS Monthly Employment Overview The Veterans’ Employment & Training Service’s (VETS) monthly Veteran Employment Update is a review of data … Continue reading

Obama and Dems Said Trump Was Unable To Handle International Relations …

Obama and Dems Said Trump Was Unable To Handle International Relations… Take Another Hit on Your Drug of Choice Because That Is Your Only Reality Source   China as a country and President  Xi Jinping have shown President Trump far more respect than those displayed to Obama or by any Democrats in this country…. In order to gain respect, one must first sincerely display respect.  Trump is a big hit in China – and it’s all thanks to what his granddaughter did Samantha Chang November 9, 2017 In China, Xi Jinping is president, but Donald Trump is king. And he can thank … Continue reading

US Embassy Move To Jerusalem Under Discussion Again While Middle East Heating Up

This time there is a LOT more to consider than just pissing off Palestine.     Rep. DeSantis Opener – Moving the American Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem Oversight and Reform Committee    November 8, 2017       PURPOSE: To discuss the benefits and challenges of relocating the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel-Aviv to the capital of Jerusalem. BACKGROUND: In each country worldwide, the United States embassy is located in their capital; however, the U.S. Embassy in Israel is located in Tel Aviv rather than Israel’s capital of Jerusalem. Congress has consistently voted to support recognizing Jerusalem as … Continue reading

Sentence of more than 27 years for Ohio Terrorism Supporter handed down by US Judge

Ohio is home to a growing community of immigrants. While about 4 percent of residents are foreign-born, one in six Ohioans working in the sciences is an immigrant according to the American Immigration Council. The top countries of origin for immigrants were India (12.4 percent of immigrants), Mexico (8.7 percent), China (7.1 percent), Germany (3.5 percent), and Canada (3.2 percent). Half of all immigrants in Ohio are naturalized U.S. citizens and around 42 percent are college educated. More than 50,000 U.S. citizens in Ohio live with at least one family member who is undocumented. Thousands of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients live in … Continue reading

Ambassador Niki Haley – Awesome UN Speech On Cuba and Against Obama’s Actions

Ambassador Niki Haley – Awesome UN Speech On Cuba and Against Obama’s Actions November 1, 2017         What an amazing speech –  “The United States does not fear isolation in this chamber or anywhere else. Our principles are not up for a vote,” she said. “We will stand for respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms that the member states of this body have pledged to protect, even if we have to stand alone.”   She rips into Cuba. She tells the UN, it is not our boss and has no voice in our embargo of Cuba. … Continue reading

In-Depth, Lengthy Congressional Hearings – A reasonable taxpayer expense or a waste of taxpayer dollars

  My point of view. Consider how much Congress has cost the American Taxpayer just in congressional hearings. Consider that Congress has wasted a lot of their DC time over the years on hearings instead of getting laws enacted or managing to maintain a constitutionally sound government. A look back shows a pretty startling fact about the congressional hearings on several key issues: House Select Committee on Assassinations, created in Sept. 1976 to investigate the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., lasted 30 months. Committee on Improper Activities in Labor-Management Relations, which looked into labor racketeering, was impaneled … Continue reading

Washington Free Beacon Behind Original Fusion GPS

Washington Free Beacon Behind Original Fusion GPS   Judge Jeanine Pirro discusses latest information on anti-Trump attempts to get dirt on Republican presidential candidates  and how Hillary Clinton, DNC, and their pals in government colluded to take down Trump and other Republican candidates.       Oh my goodness, how the piglets are squealing!   –Uriel–

Senate Judiciary opens probe into Obama-era Russian nuclear bribery case

Senate Judiciary opens probe into Obama-era Russian nuclear bribery case     The Hill John Solomon October 17, 3017 The Senate Judiciary Committee has launched a probe into a Russian nuclear bribery case, demanding several federal agencies disclose whether they knew the FBI had uncovered the corruption before the Obama administration in 2010 approved a controversial uranium deal with Moscow. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the committee chairman, on Wednesday raised the issue in public during questioning of Attorney General Jeff Sessions during an oversight hearing. The senator cited a series of The Hill stories that showed the FBI had evidence … Continue reading

Are There Two Americas

as John “Love Puppy” Edwards aka “The Breck Girl,” stated once? Well, we’re fixing to find out. EXCERPT:  “Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch revealed today that the U.S. Department of State admits it received 2,800 Huma Abedin work-related documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) that were found on her estranged husband Anthony Weiner’s personal laptop. Abedin was former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s deputy chief of staff. Weiner is a disgraced former congressman and New York mayoral candidate who recently plead guilty to transferring obscene material to a minor. Abedin kept a non-State.gov email account that she used repeatedly for government … Continue reading

Could Mount Paektu Erupt on The Korean Peninsula Because Of NK

Could Mount Paektu Erupt on The Korean Peninsula Because Of NK And Become A World Catastrophe Worse Than Any Hydrogen Bomb? North and South Koreans consider the Mount Paektu and its caldera lake to be their countries’ spiritual home. It is also the highest mountain on the Korean Peninsula and in Northeast China. A large crater lake, called Heaven Lake, is in the caldera atop the mountain. Since North Korea began testing its nuclear capabilities, experts have debated whether explosions at Punggye-ri could trigger another volcanic eruption.       UK Express noted on September 18, 2017 that officials in China closed … Continue reading

South China Sea – October 2017

New Map: Chinese Power Projection Capabilities in the South China Sea Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative October 13, 2017 Since 2014, China has substantially expanded its ability to monitor and project power throughout the South China Sea via the construction of dual civilian-military bases at its outposts in the disputed Spratly and Paracel Islands. These include new radar and communications arrays, airstrips and hangars to accommodate combat aircraft, shelters likely meant to house missile platforms, and deployments of mobile surface-to-air and anti-ship cruise missile systemsat Woody Island in the Paracels. How these capabilities overlap is highlighted in the map above. For illustrative purposes, the ranges … Continue reading

Iran’s influence in Venezuela and Latin America

  Most Americans often forget that South America carries quite a risk to our own stability and national security. Iran and other socialist players have been involved in South American politics as a means of gaining more power and access to the minerals and other products found there as well as possible access to our southern borders. So here is just a brief thumbnail since WWII of Venezuela and their struggles. 1939-1945 – German immigrants poured into the country. Many of them were Hitler sympathizers or actively involved with the Nazi Party. It became a haven for Nazi war criminals. … Continue reading

United States Withdraws From UNESCO

United States Withdraws From UNESCO     Heather Nauert Washington, DC October 12, 2017 On October 12, 2017, the Department of State notified UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova of the U.S. decision to withdraw from the organization and to seek to establish a permanent observer mission to UNESCO. This decision was not taken lightly, and reflects U.S. concerns with mounting arrears at UNESCO, the need for fundamental reform in the organization, and continuing anti-Israel bias at UNESCO. The United States indicated to the Director General its desire to remain engaged with UNESCO as a non-member observer state in order to contribute … Continue reading

Democrats Digging For Dirt During Transition Hangs Obama and The Democrats–Not Trump

Democrats Digging For Dirt Highlights The Case Against Obama’s Illegal Unmasking of President-elect Trump’s Transition Team Mere days after the November General Election, Democrats were howling about Trump’s transition and ethics. For instance an ABC article titled “9 Questions Democrats Want Answered About Donald Trump’s Transition Team” hit the media waves on November 23, 2016. What is particularly interesting in the article is the number and ferocity of the congressional Democrats who were determined to find dirt even before Trump took office. Basically, the article hoisted those Democrats by their own petards if we examine the information now after so … Continue reading

Is TPP threat to the world really dead because the US pulled out?

Brian Fallow: Reviving the Trans-Pacific Partnership New Zealand Herald Brian Fallon October 6, 2017 Alan Bollard thinks it is a 50:50 question whether leaders at next month’s Apec summit will sign off on a Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement which excludes the United States – the TPP11 – or will conclude that they have to renegotiate it. “It’s a bit hard to predict which they are going to do. If they don’t get something to sign, you would have to assume it is going to be on the back-burner,” said Bollard – the former Reserve Bank governor and Treasury secretary who now … Continue reading

US Consulate Personnel Mystery In Cuba Few Are Talking About

  US Consulate Personnel Mystery In Cuba Few Are Talking About July 2015, Obama proudly strutted his stuff as he reopened relations with Cuba along with the US Consulate office. Many Cuban refugees here were upset as well as those who had lived through the Cuban Missile crisis and the worry about a close Russia/Cuban relationship on our southernmost vulnerable border. Some sanctions were lifted and limited travel opened up to begin working with the Cuban regime to supposedly bring about a better economic and political outlook between the two nations. All appeared for a time to be the start … Continue reading

Court vs State Dept and DoJ on Suppression of Evidence in Clinton Email FOIA

Court Will Review Clinton Emails over Objections of Tillerson State Department and Sessions Justice Department   Judicial Watch September 28, 2017 Judicial Watch announced today that a federal judge will personally review, in camera, redacted material from emails discussing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of iPads and iPhones during her tenure at the State Department. Judge Kollar-Kotelly also ordered the State Department to file an affidavit addressing why it should not have to search new Clinton emails recovered. In taking these steps, the court rejected arguments by the Tillerson State Department and its lawyers at the Sessions Justice Department. The … Continue reading