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  1. Finally! A ruling for the people and Ginsburg wrote it! I'm glad she's back! She wrote two actually.... the other will soon follow in another thread. https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/18pdf/17-1091_5536.pdf
  2. The fun is just about to start. How Rosenstein has survived all this will be answered as well as what part Mueller has been playing in all of this. Barr will get to the bottom off all of it and I can wait for the answers. The truth can only be hidden for so long. It always gets out....
  3. Loving it. This cuts the amount of federal funds these cities get to support these illegals. Just deserts. I hope they find themselves deeply in the red due to their idiotic decisions.
  4. It's Mueller Time Again but what's he up to? These aren't "Trump people" He's looking in the wrong direction. WTF is going on? Did someone paint a red pill blue and slip him a mickey? Or is it just a case of CYA?
  5. Another discovery from Judicial Watch. Good thing they are doing the heavy lifting or we'd be in the dark with much of what has been uncovered. The fox watching the henhouse is a recipe for disaster. Can't wait for these scumbags to get arrested.
  6. Is that number big enough to get your attention? Would that many immigrating here change your view? What if only half that many attempted to immigrate here? Can we absorb that many in 10 years. Do we want to? I don't....
  7. This is what you get for signing onto to something before you know what's in it. Sound like a familiar MO? It should.... Damn I love AOC, she brings that carnival atmosphere, everywhere she goes. Clowns, scheisters and snake oil salesman at every turn with cotton candy and balloons for that party like feel. Dems who've signed on are going to be looking awful stupid. Well let me rephrase that, they'll be looking even more stupid. Raise your hand if you're voting democrat. So seriously, how do you give any credence to a politician who had endorsed this "Green New Deal" of a mess?
  8. Shared Goals? As time passes, I see fewer and fewer "shared goals"...
  9. Still looking good - bodes well for Trump amid the drive-by media noise. "The U.S. economy added 304,000 non-farm payrolls in the first month of 2019, ahead of consensus expectations of 165,000. December’s number, however, was revised down to 222,000 from 312,000 previously. Nevertheless, the net gains in jobs was stronger than expected. Following Friday’s jobs report, the new three-month average for job gains in the U.S. stands at about 241,000, up from 231,000 following December’s revised reading. The rise in January’s unemployment rate was also due in part to an increase in the labor force participation rate, which climbed to 63.2% from 63.1% in December. January’s participation level marks the highest since 2013."
  10. I'm loving this as well. Truly loving it and I have no shame in expressing this. They own it. It is their just desserts. They now reap what they have sown.
  11. Feb 5th this time... House Speaker Pelosi invites Trump to deliver State of the Union address Feb. 5th WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 25: U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (R-CA) answers questions as she arrives at the U.S. Capitol January 25, 2019 in Washington, DC. Democratic leaders and Republican leaders on Capitol Hill are still trying to find a way to end the partial government shutdown as some federal employees will miss their second consecutive paycheck today. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images) (Win McNamee) January 28, 2019 at 4:47 PM EST - Updated January 28 at 4:59 PM WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has issued a new invitation to President Donald Trump to give his State of the Union speech on Feb. 5. The formal letter Monday suggests Trump will reschedule the speech after it was postponed because of the partial government shutdown. Trump and Congress reached a deal Friday to reopen the government, which had been Pelosi's condition for allowing Trump to speak. Pelosi said in her letter that she and Trump spoke Monday and agreed on the new date. She wrote: "In our conversation today, we agreed on Feb. 5." The House and Senate still must pass a resolution officially inviting Trump to speak to a joint session of Congress.
  12. MAGA

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  13. Soon, very soon. I can feel it! Hell, I can taste it too!
  14. Just think, Twitter, Facebook and a few others rely upon Snopes as their fact checker
  15. BOOM: U.S. adds whopping 312,000 jobs in December I'm digging the news and welcome some additional wage increases. BOOM! "Average hourly earnings – a closely watched metric of inflation pressures in the economy – increased 0.4% over last month and 3.2% over the previous year. This exceeded expectations of wage growth of 0.3% over last month and 3% over last year. Wages rose 3.1% over the prior year in both November and October. And that upward trend for the labor market has continued through December. Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist for Capital Economics, said the strength reflected in Friday’s report makes “a mockery of market fears of an impending recession. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said during a press conference after the Federal Open Market Committee’s December meeting that wage increases would be “a welcomed development” and “need not be inflationary.” “From a jobs perspective, I can't imagine a much better report. From the market's perspective, this could be really tricky,” Peter Tchir, head of macro strategy at Academy Securities, said. “A series of weak data has had the market convinced we get Powell the dove – but if he wants to play hardball with the Powell Put he may feel justified to remain more hawkish than the market would like.”
  16. Good numbers headed into the cold months. New jobs in manufacturing and education. Jeez, what's next - a trade deal with China?! "In October, the U.S. economy created 250,000 jobs, topping expectations, while the unemployment rate held at 3.7%, matching the lowest level since 1969. Wage growth in October rose 0.2% over last month and 3.1% over last year, the fastest pace of annual wage gains since April 2009. The labor force participation rate also ticked up in October to 62.9%, a 0.2% increase from September. In October, the economy added jobs in all major industries tracked by the BLS, with construction and manufacturing employment both rising by more than 30,000 in October. Education and health services saw the largest overall employment increase, with this industry adding 46,700 jobs last month."
  17. FEMA delivered water. Water stayed in storage. Great job PR... "Hundreds of thousands of water bottles meant for victims of Hurricane Maria are still sitting at a Puerto Rico airport — nearly a year after the deadly storm, according to a report. A photo showing the bottles in boxes and covered in a blue tarp on a runway in Ceiba was shared widely on social media Tuesday evening. “Although you don’t believe it… almost a million boxes of water that were never delivered to the villages,” posted Abdiel Santana, a photographer working for a Puerto Rican state police agency who took the pictures. “Is there anyone who can explain this?”"
  18. "The Democratic star made the seemingly offhand remark as part of his rebuke of President Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan during a bill-signing in New York. But the line drew gasps from the crowd." “We’re not going to make America great again. It was never that great,” Cuomo said, to an awkward blend of gasps and chuckles." You just buried yourself. Nice strategy.
  19. Lebron, are you listening? I like Mike....Lol. “I’ll never kneel and I will always respect the flag,” the Football Hall Of Fame member insisted. “I am not going to denigrate my flag and I’m going to stand for the national anthem,” he said in the interview. “I’m fighting with all of my strength to make it a better country, but I don’t think that’s the issue. Because what is the top side? Are you not going to stand up? This is our country, man.” Brown, now 82, was a civil rights leader in the sports world long before it became popular to be so and he has continued to speak out on the issues. When San Francisco player Colin Kaepernick first started to kneel in pre-game protests, Brown was quick to vocalize his disagreement. “I’m going to give you the real deal: I’m an American,” Brown told ThePostGame. “I don’t desecrate my flag and my national anthem. I’m not gonna do anything against the flag and national anthem.” He also had some words of advice for Kaepernick: “Colin has to make up his mind whether he’s truly an activist or he’s a football player,” Brown said. “Football is commercial. You have owners. You have fans. And you want to honor that if you’re making that kind of money….”
  20. I've been invited to the rally tomorrow! Anyone want to car pool?
  21. Funny intro to the article but lots of stuff to chew on. China can't drink with us!! Haha "It’s like a drinking contest: You harm yourself and hope your opponent isn’t able to withstand as much." https://www.wsj.com/articles/china-is-losing-the-trade-war-with-trump-1532729725?redirect=amp#click=https://t.co/TlNbsupGle One thing came through loud and clear in President Trump’s press conference Wednesday with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. When they announced an alliance against third parties’ “unfair trading practices,” they didn’t even have to mention China by name for listeners to know who their target was. Cooperation between the U.S. and EU will squeeze China’s protectionist model, and even before this agreement, there’s been evidence that China is already running up the white flag. Yes, China is acting tough in one sense, quickly imposing tariffs in retaliation for those enacted by the Trump administration. But while U.S. stocks approach all-time highs and the dollar grows stronger, Chinese stocks are in a bear market, down 25% since January. The yuan had its worst single month ever in June, and is well on its way to a repeat this month. Chinese corporate bonds have defaulted at a record rate in the past six months, yet this week China unveiled a new stimulus program designed to encourage even more corporate borrowing. That’s probably why Yi Gang, a governor of the People’s Bank of China, took the extraordinary step of channeling Herbert Hoover, saying in a statement this month that “the fundamentals of China’s economy are sound.” And it’s why Sun Guofeng, head of the PBOC’s financial research institute, said, China “will not make the yuan’s exchange rate a tool to cope with trade conflicts.”
  22. Winning happens a tiny bit at a time. Trump wins again. BEIJING, May 30 (Reuters) - China will cut import tariffs on a range of consumer items including apparel, cosmetics, home appliances, and fitness products starting from July 1, the state council, or cabinet, said on Wednesday. * To halve tariffs on apparel, kitchen supplies, fitness products * Tariffs on washing machines, refrigerators to drop to 8 percent * Tariffs on processed foods, cosmetics also to drop
  23. What a boomerang! I wonder who Hogg is going to call his followers to boycott next - time to sell some advertisements.... David Hogg’s boycott backfires: Laura Ingraham’s viewership jumps 20 percent "Sponsors who left Fox News star Laura Ingraham’s show at the behest of teen gun control activist David Hogg are missing out on a 20 percent increase in eyeballs. The conservative author of “Shut up and Sing” lost nearly 30 advertisers since a boycott against her show launched March 29, but those who held firm are benefiting from a ratings windfall. Data compiled by the media watchdog News Busters shows a jump from 2.23 million viewers prior to Mr. Hogg’s campaign to 2.7 million since her return from a vacation."
  24. Could not agree with what she has to say any more than I do... Spot on!