How George Soros And Leftist Deep-Staters Hijacked USAID

George Whoros … walking dead (oh, how I wish that were true).  Now we get facts that support our suspicions that the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has been hijacked by progressives on the Soros payroll.  USAID has been turned into the Agency for Anti-American Propaganda … and you and I are paying the bill with our tax dollars.  The Heritage Foundation’s Mike Gonzales published the details on 10 April 2017.  Note how deep-state career bureaucrats are doing their best to protect the Agency’s activities: http://dailysignal.com/2017/04/10/how-rogue-bureaucrats-undermine-sovereignty-and-hurt-american-interests/?utm_source=TDS_Email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MorningBell&mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiT1Rjd1pESm1aR0ppTUdNMSIsInQiOiI1OVpkMUpYV3lJdFg0WU1pNEYrTEhGbFl1M2FxR2dBTGVkdTNkXC9QbVBDWWJ5N3REUVViZEtNZ3pKQ2kyT2syZEJzTFpxSFFNRFBJQVV4SWJUc0NIemlQdmV1Z0RpcXZ5V3dMNkszcTQ2MGtEZk90YXJ2TWhacmk4NFFMa1JYbTIifQ%3D%3D The Troubling Relationship Between Soros and US’ Biggest Foreign Aid Agency Foreign … Continue reading

“Trumping The State Department”

Any federal agency run by a Clinton is a prime suspect for corruption, disloyalty to our nation, and bloat.  So the State Department, USAID, and the government employees’ union called the American Foreign Service Association all top the list of crapholes that need to be cleaned out, sanitized, and treated with Preparation Trump.  Our friends at Canada Free Press published a good analysis of the situation over at State today, written by Scot Faulkner.  He served as the first Chief Administrative Officer of the U.S. House of Representatives, and on Reagan’s White House Staff. Today, he advises global corporations and … Continue reading

Ecuador Expelling US Military at Embassy

From AP/Yahoo: Ecuador’s government has ordered everyone in the U.S. Embassy’s military group, about 20 Defense Department employees, to leave the country by month’s end, The Associated Press has learned. The group was ordered to halt operations in Ecuador in a letter dated April 7, embassy spokesman Jeffrey Weinshenker said Thursday. The AP was alerted to the expulsions by a senior Ecuadorean official who refused to be identified by name due to the information’s sensitive nature. The expulsion does not affect the embassy’s U.S. military attache, said an American official, who insisted on not being quoted by name because he … Continue reading