Gorka: Going from smoke and mirrors coalition to a real one

On ‘Hannity,’ deputy assistant to the president says the U.S. will not fight the war against ISIS alone. Regarding our homeland, they can start by eliminating the terrorist training camps here in the USA that have been operating openly during all 8 years of Obama if that isn’t already in process. It sure is refreshing having an administration that wants to protect Americans for a change. ~ Hardnox

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

Advocacy Groups Warn Against ‘Illegal’ Hiring Practices at Justice

Seriously, advocacy groups on either side of the political spectrum and their “warnings” are enough to make a looney bird seem sane. I bet AG Sessions is swamped with “demand” letters and “thou shalt” attitudes. However, in the case of the most conservatives who are sick of the liberal attitudes, we are aware of just how divisive and at times warped Obama’s agencies were when handing out so-called justice in the name of civil rights and political correctness… This week in Government Executive Management is an article written by Eric Wagner. He talks about a collection of 23 progressive and public interest advocacy organizations and … Continue reading

Asshat Alert: Hike in minimum wage prompts more closings of San Francisco restaurants

From the Washington Examiner: “We provide suggestive evidence that higher minimum wage increases overall exit rates among restaurants, where a $1 increase in the minimum wage leads to approximately a 4 to 10 percent increase in the likelihood of exit,” the report said. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg) San Francisco’s higher minimum wage is causing an increasing number of restaurants to go out of business even before it is fully phased in, a new study by the Harvard Business School found.The closings were concentrated among struggling, lower-rated restaurants. The higher minimum also caused fewer new restaurants to open, it found. “We provide … Continue reading

Gingrich on North Korea: This is a very serious time

On Hannity last night: Newt laid out the options well however I’m not convinced Kim is a nut.   He’s clever as well as being homicidal.  He’s also at the end of his rope.  People do desperate things when backed into a corner. The key to this mess is China.  They can end this.  They created this mess and they have the wherewithal to fix it. For decades every time the Kims needed some extra cash they fired a missile over Japan and our dumbass leaders sent it to them.  Thank the dumbass Jimma Carter for setting that up at … 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

More Winning: Haitian Immigration Down by 97%

From the Washington Times: Sometime around November, word began to trickle back down the spine of Latin America: The U.S. was getting stricter about letting in Haitians at the border. Not only had the Obama administration begun deporting Haitians after a six-year humanitarian pause, but President Trump also had just been elected, presaging an even tougher policy. Many of those en route, such as the hundreds staged at migrant camps in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, figured they had gone that far and had little to lose by trying to finish the journey north. But for the tens of thousands of … Continue reading

Some Thoughts on Missiles & Bombs

These last days I have been ruminating over the events abroad, actions by President Trump, actions by world leaders, responses from idiots… Some things make no sense unless one steps back a bit.  It is akin to not being able to see a forest because you are too close to the trees.  That stated, this is what I have concluded: A)  Syria allegedly gassed it’s own people thus garnering a response of 59 cruise missiles from the USA on an airfield.  I call bullshit on Assad ordering the gas.  What’s more likely is jihadis used a remote detonator strapped to … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Happy Pascha (or Easter to Western Christians)

I think we need to do some deep soul searching about what’s important in our lives and renew our spirit and our spiritual thinking, whether it’s through faith-based religion or just through loving nature or helping your fellow man. Louie Schwartzberg Do you people know how hard it is to find a good quote for Easter that is not a quote about either Christ or the Easter Bunny?

Time for the US to stop arming its enemies

From American Thinker: By Rachel Ehrenfeld No one expects the Trump administration to reverse the disastrous effects of the Obama-supported Muslim Brotherhood’s hijacking of the “Arab Spring” in the Middle East that increased the regional contest for supremacy in the Islamic world.  The rivalry has intensified between the Sunni camp led by Saudi Arabia and the Shiite camp led by Iran – each with its pet terrorist organizations. It’s hard to overstate how much damage was done by the Obama administration’s misjudgment that Sunni jihadists and Shia Iran were somehow friendly to us and could be useful tools of American policy.  But using … Continue reading