It’s not The Wall Schumer is scared of

It’s not The Wall Schumer is scared of
You can tell what scares Democrats, by what they aren’t talking about.

Democrats, in the form of Senator Chuck Schumer and now Representative Luis Gutierrez have indirectly given away Democrat fears. First, Senator Schumer came out of his Whitehouse meeting with President Trump, claiming that he had offered some compromise with the President on the wall.

By Mike Ford - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

The Ludicrous March of the Ugly Pink-Hatters

The Ludicrous March of the Ugly Pink-Hatters
The latest women’s march is more proof that these leftists—and they all are leftists—are empty-headed imbeciles. Billed as demonstrations in support of “female empowerment,” this march of ugly, angry leftists doesn’t understand that the rest of us are laughing at them. They are having an annual emotional flare-up, a temper tantrum, but they can’t articulate what they are upset about.

“People are realizing we can’t just march, we have to vote,” said Regina Bateson, a leftist candidate for Congress running against Republican Rep. Tom McClintock, the Sacramento Bee reported. Does Ms. Bateson and her fellow marchers not know that the 19th amendment, which granted women the right to vote, was passed by Congress June 4, 1919, and ratified on August 18, 1920?

By Katy Grimes - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

Most people aren’t buying the Democrats’ shutdown nonsense this time

Most people aren't buying the Democrats' shutdown nonsense this time
President Trump and conservatives are calling it the Schumer Shutdown. Senator Chuck Schumer and the liberals are calling it the Trump Shutdown.

Most of us don’t care, and most of us are not directly affected by the shutdown.

Most of us care that our military people will not get paid until this crap is over. Most of us care that health care coverage for 9 million children will be in limbo until this crap is over. And we almost care that some federal workers will not get paid until this crap is over.

By Herman Cain - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

How Canada’s addiction to road salt is ruining everything

This winter, Calgary has expanded its use of beet juice as a de-icing alternative to road salt. While slightly more expensive than salt, the mixture is more efficient, less toxic and less corrosive.

Nevertheless, despite a galaxy of relatively benign de-icing agents such as beet juice, this year cities across Canada will stubbornly continue to coat their roads with literal mountains of salt. Although salt remains the single cheapest way to keep snow and ice at bay, the economics make much less sense when considering the awesome scale of the damage wrought every year by the salt truck. —More…

By News on the Net -- National Post- Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

National Sanctity of Human Life Day

National Sanctity of Human Life Day, TRUMP,
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Since January 22 marks the 45th year since the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, along with its companion case Doe v. Bolton, that purported to legalize killing a pre-born baby’s life for any reason and at any stage of development, President Donald Trump proclaims today as National Sanctity of Human Life Day.

In 1984, President Ronald Reagan issued a proclamation designating January 22 as the first National Sanctity of Human Life Day. Part of the proclamation states: “I call upon the citizens of this blessed land to gather on that day in homes and places of worship to give thanks for the gift of life, and to reaffirm our commitment to the dignity of every human being and the sanctity of each human life.”

By Liberty Counsel - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

Don’t Panic Over the Latest Flu Fraud

Don't Panic Over the Latest Flu Fraud
Flu fear is in the air! Emergency rooms are swamped. Sore throat? Nasal congestion? Get thee to the hospital! Now!

We know we should believe this because the media tell us so.

The hype:

  • “Get Ready, Some Medical Experts Are Predicting the Worst Flu Season In History,” declares a CNBC headline.
  • “Here’s Why the Flu Is Especially Bad This Year,” says Time.
  • “Five Things You Should Know About This Year’s Very Bad Flu,” proclaims The Washington Post.
  • We repeatedly hear of “deadly flu” and are told in dire terms that over 100 Americans have died from it as of January 11.
  • The anti-viral Tamiflu could be very helpful, but there are localized shortages. (Because of the hype, of course.)
By Michael Fumento - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

Venezuela still has the world’s largest oil reserves, and no ability to get it out of the ground

Venezuela still has the world's largest oil reserves, and no ability to get it out of the ground
And you thought it was hard to get oil out of the American soil when Obama was president. The problem there was that Obama didn’t want the oil pumped. He preferred to starve the U.S. oil industry while America continued to rely on foreign countries to meet our energy needs, because Obama preferred a weak America with no geopolitical leverage or economic power on the global state.

The socialist government in Venezuela not only wants to get at the country’s oil, it desperately needs it. The country’s rich oil reserves are the only thing that gives nation’s ravaged economy even the slightest chance of staying afloat. But the Maduro regime is so inept, corrupt and malevolent, they’ve actually destroyed their own ability to get at the oil. The Wall Street Journal reports on what’s happened in Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela’s Zulia region, where decaying infrastructure and incompetent management has caused a once oil-rich location to become a useless eyesore:

By Dan Calabrese - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

White House Press Briefing with Press Secretary Sarah Sanders

By Right Side Broadcasting - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

Senate breaks Dem filibuster, clearing way to end government shutdown

The Senate on Monday voted 81-18 to break a Democratic filibuster on a stalled government spending bill, clearing the way for Congress to approve the stopgap measure and end the three-day government shutdown.

Democrats effectively backed off their opposition, after being given assurances from majority Republicans.  —More…

By Fox News - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

Schumer: We’re Reopening Government With Commitment to Vote on DACA If Deal Isn’t Reache

During a speech on the Senate floor on Monday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) announced a deal has been reached where Democrats will vote to reopen the government with a commitment that if an agreement has not been reached by February 8, there will be immediate consideration of DACA legislation.

Schumer said, “We will vote today to reopen the government, to continue negotiating a global agreement, with the commitment that, if an agreement isn’t reached by February the 8th, the Senate will immediately proceed to consideration of legislation dealing with DACA. The process will be neutral and fair to all sides. We expect that a bipartisan bill on DACA will receive fair consideration and an up or down vote on the floor.”—More…

By Breitbart News - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

BREAKING: All of our lives are saved! The government is about to re-open!

BREAKING: All of our lives are saved! The government is about to re-open!
I know. Dr. Kevorkian is dead. Dude, he and I are from the same town!

I still like the joke. It’s certainly a better joke than the “shutdown” that never really was, and is already ending:

Senators appeared optimistic they had the votes to end the government shutdown Monday after leaving meetings more confident about a compromise deal to allow Congress to pass a short-term funding bill.

By Dan Calabrese - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

Um, everyone . . . the government is not shut down

Um, everyone . . . the government is not shut down
I’m not sure what you think the government does, but for the most part it’s still doing it - no matter how convincingly you’ve been led to believe we’re in the midst of a “government shutdown.”

This is actually Chuck Schumer’s fondest dream: While people are freaking out about government stopping, and blaming Republicans for it, government rolls on.

By Dan Calabrese - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

FBI to Congress: Oh, sorry, we ‘failed to retain’ five months of our anti-Trump agents’ text message

FBI to Congress: Oh, sorry, we 'failed to retain' five months of our anti-Trump agents' text messages
If you’ve been following the Robert Mueller investigation in alleged Trump-Russia collusion, you’re no doubt familiar with Peter Strzok And Lisa Page. They’re the two anti-Republican, pro-Democrat, and fiercely anti-Trump FBI investigators who were working with Mueller’s team.  They were also instrumental in the FBI’s go-nowhere investigation into Hillary Clinton’s server. Their back-and-forth communications brought to light the supposed existence of an “insurance policy” in case Trump managed to with the 2016 presidential election.

Precisely what that policy is remains a mystery. Though many speculate that the Mueller investigation is at least part of it, we simply don’t know. What we do know is that Mueller put two of the most venomous, vehemently anti-Trump, people he could find on his allegedly unbiased team.

By Robert Laurie - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem now appears fast-tracked for 2019 completion

U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem now appears fast-tracked for 2019 completion
Remember, we’re “inflaming the Middle East” with this move. Because it was so docile before. We’re “provoking” Palestinians into attacks against Israel. Because they were so reluctant to attack before.

We’ve caused Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to refuse to consider any U.S.-proposed peace plan. Because he was so amenable before.

By Dan Calabrese - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

WaPo Outright Lies About Eric Trump, Selectively Edits Hannity Interview, Then Publishes

After Eric Trump gave a detailed interview to Fox News host Sean Hannity about the positive impact of the GOP tax cuts, The Washington Post has been busted for selectively editing the comments to make President Donald Trump’s second son look bad.

On Wednesday, according to Newsbusters, the Post published a (since corrected) “Wonkblog” analysis originally titled, “Eric Trump’s 401(k) is up by 35 percent, but half of American families don’t even have one.”—More…

By News on the Net -- Conservative Tribune- Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

Donald Trump Punishes America with Prosperity!

Donald Trump Punishes America with Prosperity!
Satire—In another offensive policy move in his latest attempt to destroy the American nation, we can observe the results of the Donald Trump presidency once again, as this president punishes America. He offends us not only with his manners and presence, his competence and success, his pudgy hands, orange hair and his girth, but mostly by his health. He continues to oppress our long-suffering nation and the entire world and its innocent progressives with prosperity.

By Andrew G. Benjamin - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

Texas high school leaves 1 student wounded; suspect in custody, police say

A female student was wounded Monday morning after a gunman opened fire at a Texas high school, police said.

The suspected gunman, a male student, was taken into custody shortly after the incident at Italy High School, about 45 miles south of Dallas, Ellis County police told Fox News.—More…

By Fox News - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

Update: No IEDs found at Florida mall, police say

UpDate: Update: Florida cops said Monday there were no “pipe bombs, IEDs, explosions or detonations of any kind at Eagle Ridge Mall,” walking back statements from Sunday night.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

(CNN)Police are looking for a man they’re describing as a person of interest after two improvised explosive devices detonated at a Florida mall on Sunday. No one was injured.

At 5:22 p.m. Sunday, officers responded to a smoke alarm call at the Eagle Ridge Mall, in Lake Wales, located in central Florida. They found smoke coming out of a service corridor next to the mall entrance of JCPenney and found two IEDs there.—More…

By News on the Net - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

California Democrats want some businesses to fork over half tax-cut savings to state

Calling the Trump administration’s tax reform plan a “middle-class tax increase,” two California lawmakers introduced a bill that would force large companies to fork over half of their expected savings to the state.

Assemblymen Kevin McCarty and Phil Ting, both Democrats, introduced Assembly Constitutional Amendment 22, which calls for a 10 percent surcharge on companies with a net earnings over $1 million. The plan could potentially raise billions for the state’s social services programs.—More…

By Fox News - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story

Two students killed, gunman dead in New Mexico school shooting

Two students were killed when a fellow student opened fire at a northern New Mexico high school Thursday morning, law enforcement officials said.

The gunman also was killed, a spokesman for the New Mexico State Police told Fox News. Police released very little information about the shooter, including his name, but did say he was also a student at Aztec High School.—More…

By Fox News - Monday, January 22, 2018 - Full Story