Heritage Think Tank and better military spending

Heritage, Trump’s favorite think tank, calls for $17 billion defense boost and 26,500 more troops in 2019 Washington Examiner Travis J. Tritten February 9, 2018 Congress should hike its new defense budget cap deal by $17 billion and increase the size of the U.S. military by 26,500 troops in the coming year, according to new recommendations by the influential Heritage Foundation. The conservative think tank’s report, obtained by the Washington Examiner, aims to fast-track a rebuilding of the military and is meant as a guide for lawmakers as they begin to write the next National Defense Authorization Act, a massive piece of … Continue reading

DoD IG’s Afghanistan’s Quarterly Audit Report Delivered to Congress

DoD IG’s Afghanistan’s January 2018 Quarterly Audit Report Delivered to Congress The Inspector General for DoD-Afghanistan delivered their quarterly audit report to Congress on January 30th. It definitely sparked a round of concern by the Senate and House Committees. What was in the report? During its 293 page report covering everything from mining in Afghanistan to audits, there were a few main points that are focused upon: I. The Task Force for Business and Stability Operations (TFBSO)       (pages 24-25) The IG released a TFBSO report in early January as part of the overall audit which found that “$675 Million in … Continue reading

New judge in Flint criminal case might signal change

Order by New Judge in Flynn Case Raises Possibility Guilty Plea Could Be Thrown Out Western Journal Randy DeSoto February 16, 2018 Orders given by the newly assigned judge in former Trump National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s criminal case have raised the possibility that the retired general’s guilty plea in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation may get thrown out. In November, Flynn plead guilty to one count of lying to the FBI about contacts he had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the transition in December 2016 Observers, including President Donald Trump, noted there was nothing inappropriate about the incoming … Continue reading

Immigration Survey from President Trump

Urgent Response Needed Today: Just received this from Certified Website Of President Donald J. Trump. For our readers who want to participate in the survey and may not have received this in their email. For years, politicians have talked about “compassionate” immigration reform, but every one of their proposals showed ZERO compassion for American workers, the victims of illegal immigration crime, and for the safety and security of our nation. It’s time for RESPONSIBLE immigration reform that actually puts the interests of American citizensfirst. There’s been a lot of talk recently from liberals in the Senate… So before we move forward on … 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

The Mystery Of ‘Q Anon’

Before you read any further, let me issue this disclaimer: The only part of this that I can verify is that my hands are folded and my knees are bent, praying to the Lord Above that any, most, or all, of this, is true.  There are articles, videos, and a lot of discussions, concerning supposed insider info of a MAJOR takedown of the left coming soon. It is coming from an anonymous source identifying themselves as ‘Q Anon’.  This is an article posted by Truthseeker will explain more about it. Q Anon And The ‘Shot Heard Around The World’ If we … Continue reading

Time to stop theatrics and get on with business Senate

This was old six months ago and now it is downright ridiculous. Time for McConnell to go nuclear on a fully funded year or even two year budget. It’s also time to move payroll and defense into their own yearly bills to be approved and out of the negotiations for yearly funding government programs so that this never happens again or some other solution that stops this ridiculous byplay and politics holding our national security and employees hostage. Trump isn’t the only president that this has happened to and unless something is done, this same terrorist tactic between parties will … Continue reading

FBI texts expose discussions of a ‘secret society’

FBI texts expose discussions of a ‘secret society’ against Trump after win; Gowdy is on it, now BizPak Review Renee Hayes January 23, 2018 The investigation of politically motivated FBI officials is turning out to be the things spy novels are made of. As details of what was going on behind the scenes in the Obama Administration during the contentious presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump come to light, we’re learning there may have been an attempt to begin a “secret society.” “We learned today about information that after — in the immediate aftermath of [Trump’s] election that there may have been … Continue reading

FBI Corruption Plot Thickens with possible Secret Society

Trey Gowdy, and the FBI Corruption Plot Thickens Secret Society     Fox Business Published on Jan 22, 2018 This totally needs a court process to be done. Skip the stupidity, cost, and time waste of “special counsel”. DoJ should be moving on this period. –Uriel–  

President Trump Doubles Down On Senate

TRUMP RAISES: White House: No DACA deal until ‘Senate Democrats reopen the government Luis Miguel January 21, 2018 President Trump is officially playing hardball. The White House stated on Saturday that it will not agree to a deal on the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, until the Senate approves a funding bill for the government’s operation, the Washington Examiner reports. The shutdown occurred after Senate Democrats on Friday night refused to vote for a stop-gap measure that would have kept the government running until February 8. Democrats opposed the funding bill because it does not include protection for DACA beneficiaries. President … Continue reading

Could the Sanctuary City Case stop the overreach of local judges

The ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Case Should Make Courts Stop Issuing National Rules For Local Cases Chicago’s ‘sanctuary’ cities case offers an important opportunity to challenge a dangerous practice of relatively recent advent: granting a nationwide injunction in a local dispute. The Federalist Margot Cleveland January 18, 2018 On Friday, the Department of Justice heads to the 27th Floor of the Dirksen Federal Building in downtown Chicago to defend its August 2017 decision to withhold federal funding from “sanctuary” cities. There, the DOJ will argue to a three-judge panel of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals that a lower court erred in … Continue reading

On Immigration Reform – Congress Time To End Procrastination

On Immigration Reform – Congress Time To End Procrastination I went back through the bills submitted to Congress every year since 2003 to see exactly what if anything has happened along the way concerning illegals and lawful immigration. I do NOT agree with the method Obama used in his illegal executive order to pinpoint a few members of the illegal immigrant community. However, I do see his frustration causing some of the action as I also see in large part the frustration of those who want to become citizens that may have been here for many years. I do NOT condone … Continue reading

Operation Janus – criminals that should never have been naturalized

  In 2008, a program called Secure Communities was introduced by DHS and ICE. It came from a pilot program then President Bush authorized and later President Obama expanded.  The pilot and eventually the program began as a government effort to focus enforcement on illegal immigrants who commit crimes, rather than those who otherwise obey the law. The purpose of the program was to use a federal information-sharing partnership between DHS and FBI to help identify in-custody aliens without imposing new or additional requirements on state and local law enforcement. Secure Communities utilized all available data systems and Criminal Alien Program resources to … Continue reading

Word For The Day : S**thole

Today’s word is brought to you by the letters C,N, and N.   With all the bitching and uproar about what Trump supposedly said, I don’t see any of the MSM denying these countries are in fact shitholes. More like, “I can’t believe he said it !”…..but no denial. And BTW, calling a country a shithole when it is one, doesn’t make you racist. We have shitholes right here in America….Harlem, Chicago, Detroit , Compton,…….etc, etc, etc,….. ~Terry

Immigration Reform, Case in point – Trump was right

This next story from the January DoJ press releases had me stumped so I had to do a bit of research. Back story: Cameroon: Cameroon’s divide has its roots in the end of World War One, when the League of Nations divided the former German colony of Kamerun between the allied French and British victors with the French ultimately assuming control. In the mid-20th century Cameroon was largely a trust territory under France supervised by the United Nations. As a country Cameroon achieved independence on January 1, 1960. Then in October 2017, a boiling cauldron of clashes between French and … Continue reading

Coincidence or Somehow Related to Uranium One Activities

Since nothing about the sentencing and indictments appeared in the news until now for the Uranium One people, I have to wonder if somehow this group of indictments and sentences might also be tied into the whole mess as well. You decide. Connecticut Man Sentenced To 1 Year In Federal Prison For Conspiracy And Bribery DoJ Press Release January 10, 2018 Greenbelt, Maryland – United States District Judge Theodore D. Chuang sentenced Eugene Ostrovsky, age 57, of Stamford, Connecticut to a split sentence of 6 months imprisonment followed by two years of supervised release, the first 6 months of which … Continue reading

Dominoes Are Falling In Uranium One Deal – MSM Hid These Until Now

Dominoes Starting To Fall In Uranium One Deal     DoJ January 12, 2018 Greenbelt, Maryland – An indictment against a former co-president of a Maryland-based transportation company that provides services for the transportation of nuclear materials to customers in the United States and abroad, was unsealed today for his alleged role in a scheme that involved the bribery of an official at a subsidiary of Russia’s State Atomic Energy Corporation. Mark Lambert, 54, of Mount Airy, Maryland, was charged in an 11-count indictment with one count of conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and to commit … Continue reading

Another Trump Achievement -First DoD Department Wide Audit Underway

DoD Owes Taxpayers Full Accounting of Assets, Comptroller Tells House   For decades, IG auditors and the Office of Management has said that the Department of Defense needed a comprehensive audit. Resistance from inside the DoD, their insistence on autonomy, and the lack of will of congress members to demand have created a very poor understanding of the spending habits and use of taxpayer money within defense.  Speculation has been riff of massive overspending, unnecessary spending, and redundant spending for an equally long time. When President Trump came in, he campaigned on the promise of real “draining of the swamp.” … Continue reading

Update on Fusion GPS for January 2018

Federal Judge Obliterates Fusion GPS’ Attempt To Hide Info From Investigators In Fusion GPS’ vague telling, they’ve been nothing but forthright with congressional investigative committees, which came as news to those committees.     The Federalist Mollie Hemingway January 5, 2018 On Tuesday, Fusion GPS founders Glenn Simpson and Peter Fritsch wrote an  an op-ed  for The New York Times. In it, they claimed they and their opposition research firm were nothing but an open book and were seeking greater transparency from three congressional committees who have been digging into the probe of Russian election meddling. All three committees have … Continue reading

Pipeline Bringing Prosperity to North Dakota

Controversial Oil Pipeline Bringing Prosperity to North Dakota   The Post via Punching Bag Media by Kerry Lear January 6, 2018 Even though the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline project has been operational for only the last six months, it is already bringing substantial prosperity to North Dakota. The oil production has surged, specifically 78,000 more barrels of oil were produced daily between September and October. The state also has 15 more drilling rigs operating this January compared to last year. Energy companies are saving costs on energy transportation. The oil is also no longer being moved to the Gulf … Continue reading