President Trump Stands Up at the UN for America and Against Totalitarianism

President Donald Trump came to the United Nations this week as the “representative of the American people,” not as the “global citizen” that Barack Obama had fancied himself to be. To paraphrase William Shakespeare, when Obama asked his global audiences to lend him their ears, he came to bury America under a heap of apologies for its alleged past misdeeds, not to praise America. President Trump could not have presented a starker contrast. He praised the U.S. Constitution as “the foundation of peace, prosperity, and freedom for the Americans and for countless millions around the globe whose own countries have found inspiration in its respect for human nature, human dignity, and the rule of law.” He spoke out against the evils of our time –singling out radical Islamist terrorists and the rogue authoritarian regimes of North Korea, Iran and socialist Venezuela - with moral clarity reminiscent of former President Ronald Reagan.

By Joseph A. Klein - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

SEXUAL REVOLUTIONARIES AND CULTURAL MARXISTS INFILTRATING OUR SCHOOLS

“Fallacies do not cease to be fallacies because they become fashions.”—G.K. Chesterson

Concerned parents of school-aged children know that sexual revolutionaries and cultural Marxists are destroying our public schools and universities. But Charter schools were thought to be safe from these dark ideological radicals.

Sexual revolutionaries and cultural Marxists believe that there are no differences between men and women, and that “male” and “female” are merely social constructs.

By Katy Grimes - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

Mueller, have you found any dirt on Trump?

By Dag Barkley - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

Sushi’s sublime secrets (video)

WASHINGTON — Sushi is sublime. Just fresh fish and seasoned rice in its simplest form served one on top of the other, or rolled up with some veggies in a seaweed wrapper. What creates the subtle interplay of flavors in your tuna nigiri? Take a deep dive into the chemistry of rice, fish and seaweed in this video from Reactions

 

By American Chemical Society - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

Trump U.N. speech was vintage Trump: Nigel Farage

By News on the Net - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

Concerns About Crowd Size for Trump-Luther Strange Event; To Be Held at Smaller Venue Than ‘16 Rally

Friday, President Donald Trump will appear in Huntsville, AL to promote the candidacy of Luther Strange, who is competing in a runoff election for the Republican Party’s nomination for the Alabama U.S. Senate special election.

But it won’t be at the same venue in Huntsville that Trump received the endorsement of Jeff Sessions on the eve of Alabama’s 2016 GOP presidential primary. Instead, Trump’s appearance will be at the smaller Von Braun Center in downtown Huntsville, 10 miles east of Madison City Stadium, the site of his 2016 event.—More…

By Breitbart News - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

France may make wolf-whistling and asking women for their phone number a CRIMINAL offence

WOLF-WHISTLING is set to be banned in France as the government declares war on men hassling women in public.

Under new plans bugging women for their telephone numbers and following them could also be prohibited.—More…

By News on the Net -- The Sun- Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

Mexico earthquake death toll surpasses 200

Desperate searchers shouted “quiet” and listened for faint voices in the rubble where a Mexican school once stood, as rescuers used trained dogs and their bare hands to reach any survivors of Tuesday’s magnitude-7.1 earthquake that killed more than 200 people.

The powerful earthquake struck near the town of Raboso in Puebla, about 76 miles southeast of Mexico City, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. By Wednesday, the death toll rose to 225 after the quake toppled homes, schools and apartment buildings.—More…

By News on the Net -- Fox News- Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

Trump rally invite Black Lives Matter up on stage—two minutes to say what they want to say

I’ve seen things like this before. One that comes to mind was during Michigan’s 2010 gubernatorial campaign when Democrat nominee Virg Bernero showed up at a rally for Republican nominee Rick Snyder. Bernero’s intent was to create a confrontation. Snyder diffused it by inviting Bernero to join him on stage and turn the rally into a joint Q&A, which reflected well on both men and was actually much more informative than a media-moderated debate would ever be.

But the potential for trouble in that situation was not what it might have appeared to be here. I watched the video once and suspected that “Now This” had staged the whole thing. But a little more research generated enough independent coverage that I’m convinced this really happened. We need more of it, but this is an excellent start:

By Dan Calabrese - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

OMG! Twitter Aflutter Over Whether Trump Had Sip Of Wine

President Trump doesn’t drink. His brother, Fred, eight years older, was an alcoholic and warned his little brother.

“He would tell me, ‘Don’t ever drink. Don’t ever drink,’” Trump said. So, he never did. Sadly, Fred Trump died at just 42.—More…

By News on the Net -- Daily Wire- Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

Hmmmmmm . . . could the GOP kill ObamaCare simply by disavowing one thing?

I bet no Congress has ever done this before: Intentionally change a law specifically for the purpose of making it unconstitutional. A legislative poison pill of sorts. Yet has there ever been a law that needed it as badly as this one does? ObamaCare is unconstitutional on its face, yet Chief Justice Roberts saved it in 2012 with a rather novel interpretation that said the individual mandate isn’t really what it clearly is.

Why not clarify via new legislation that the law is every bit as unconstitutional as Roberts should have found it to be in the first place? James Blumstein, director of Vanderbilt University’s Health Policy Center, thinks it just might work:

By Dan Calabrese - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

BLACK LIVES MATTER OCCUPIES ST. LOUIS

St. Louis was rocked Monday by a third consecutive night of riots organized and carried out by Black Lives Matter after a white cop was acquitted Friday of first-degree murder in the death of a notorious black criminal.

At time of writing, ABC News was reporting that “more than 160 people have now been now arrested, as police have been aggressively arresting more people to curb property destruction and police assaults.


Farmers are already cutting emissions - why punish them with carbon taxes?

(This column originally appeared on the Toronto Sun)

Saskatchewan farmer Levi Wood and Agriculture Canada bureaucrats agree on two things: 1) Canadian farmers are producing more food while reducing emissions; and, 2) hitting farmers with a carbon tax won’t reduce emissions faster.

“The agricultural sector is producing more without increasing its GHG emissions,” wrote the Ottawa bureaucrats in an internal memo entitled Potential Impacts of Carbon Pricing on the Primary Agricultural Sector. The memo came to light through access-to-information requests filed by investigative journalists at Blacklock’s Reporter and goes on to say the federal government’s proposed carbon tax would be unlikely to incent change because it’s “too low.”

By Canadian Taxpayers Federation Todd MacKay, Prairie Director and Aaron Wudrick, Federal Director- Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

Google and Facebook will be fined unless they remove terrorist propaganda within two hours

Google and Facebook face punishing fines unless they remove terrorist propaganda within a two-hour limit.

Theresa May will use a summit in New York tonight to warn the technology giants and their rivals that her patience is running out over their failure to clamp down on jihadi groups.—More….

By News on the Net - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

At the UN, Trump Ends the Era of Leading From Behind

Nile Gardiner, a leading authority on transatlantic relations, is director of The Heritage Foundation’s Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom. Read his research.
Speaking at the United Nations on Tuesday, President Donald Trump delivered one of the most powerful speeches of his presidency thus far.

The speech was an emphatic rejection of President Barack Obama’s “leading from behind” mantra, giving an assertive defense of American leadership on the world stage. The president also delivered strong condemnations of an array of dictatorial regimes, including North Korea, Iran, Venezuela, and Cuba.—More…

By Heritage Foundation - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

Tax Reform ‘Big Deal’ to Mom Who Wants to Keep Cattle Ranch in Family

Chad and Julie Ellingson with children, from left, Stetson, Sierra, Medora, Jameson, and Sheridan. (Photo: Courtesy of Julie Ellingson)

What lawmakers do in Washington to overhaul the tax code is a “big deal” for a fourth-generation cattle rancher in North Dakota, she says.

“Tax reform is a big deal for families like mine and others across North Dakota and across the United States,” Julie Ellingson told The Daily Signal in a phone interview.

“Farmers and ranchers are small business people, and so the importance of being able to pass on a family business to the next generation is intrinsic to our businesses [and] our goals,” said Ellingson, 43, who co-owns Ellingson Angus, with her husband Chad.

Founded in 1995 near the town of St. Anthony in the south central part of North Dakota, Ellingson Angus breeds bulls, heifers, and cows to sell to other ranchers.—More…

By Heritage Foundation - Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

False “friends of the people”

Watching the Democrat Party and their fellow traveler liberals, socialists, and progressives fight each other for seats aboard the latest PC bandwagon, I am reminded of a young Foreign Service Officer named George Kennan, who was posted to Moscow in the immediate post-WWII years. Receiving a request from his Foggy Bottom superiors for a short explanation as to what in the heck the Soviet Union was doing and why it was behaving in such a hostile manner, he rapidly crafted a classified cable in response, but upon further reflection began flushing it out in greater detail. His highly-classified missive came to be known in government circles as “The Long Telegram.” It shaped America’s foreign policy for four decades.

Kennan unknowingly knocked it out of the park, on where the Democrat Party was headed, even way back then; and just how far they would go to achieve their goals. In his now declassified reply to his State Department superiors via the then War Department, you can find the following insight: “Among negative elements of bourgeois-capitalist society, most dangerous of all are those whom Lenin called false friends of the people, namely moderate-socialist or social-democratic leaders. These are more dangerous than out-and-out reactionaries, for latter at least march under their true colors, whereas moderate left-wing leaders confuse people by employing devices of socialism to serve interests of reactionary capital.”

Very astute young man, that Kennan lad.

By Guest Column -- K.J. Dolney- Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Full Story

Obama’s UN Global Expansion of Community Organizing

It should surprise no one that former President Barack Obama will host an upcoming gathering of civic leaders from around the world on the 31st of October, the day the United Nations celebrates ‘World Cities Day’.

Obama and the UN are on the same obsessive mission to take over the world country by country by first globalizing the West, city by city.

By Judi McLeod - Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Full Story

Democracy dies in darkness and hangs in the balance

The comical publication the Onion ran a special volume, Homeland Insecurity, with the headline, “Run for Your Lives.” I thought of that in the wake of the decision by hard-liners Steve Bannon and Sebastian Gorka to voluntarily leave the White House rather than continue to fight for rational pro-American policies in the Trump Administration against what has been called the Deep State.

In their cases, Trump didn’t have to say “you’re fired.” They quit.

Sadly, Trump, the elected president, may be the next to go.

By Cliff Kincaid - Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Full Story

First time in years, a U.S. President manages to address the UN—without trashing the United States

I won’t bother listing examples, because there are so many that it would take all day.  Suffice it to say that, if you spent any part of the last 8 years watching President Obama address the United Nations, you saw a U.S. President belittle his own county.  Obama’s speeches were, almost without exception, apologetic affairs designed to acknowledge the left-wing “truth” that America is the source of all the world’s ills.

If you were among those who were utterly disgusted with it, take heart. Those days are over. President Donald Trump’s address this morning stands in diametric opposition to all of it.

By Robert Laurie - Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Full Story