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Posted 8/14/2018 3:02 AM


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Smarter, he would negotiate a 50/50 cost with Mexico about building that new border wall, and ensure that no American company will be allowed to sell guns or bullets to Mexico's drug gangs or any citizen in any Central or any South American nation.

But the American gun manufacturing jobs are way more important then stopping criminals from getting a hold of US made gun or bullets on the black market.-----------------------
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With about 100 illegal refugees coming into the US boarder in one town alone each night, then yes parts of the US boarder & some US towns should be placed under an emergency.
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Posted 9/26/2018 5:40 AM


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mgf writes: "Trump policies of canceling everything, withdrawing from everything spending money on building up his military Space Force for a war in space in preference over increasing its minimum wage or feeding his own people will come back & bite him later on to which he will just dismiss as fake news!"

The Fake News media outlets want things like SOCIALISM, transgendered bathrooms, open borders, and crippling new taxes to "end global warming" - translation: "make America weak again" - but Trump's not playing along and so they'll go out of their way to attack anything & everything he accomplishes. And Fake News is still upset with American voters for not following their lead back in November of 2016!

Meanwhile, President Trump's speech yesterday at the United States was AWESOME - as our president spelled out what our nation represents while pulling open the curtain to remind the whole world what's happening in modern-day oppressive hell-holes like Venezuela & Iran! Roger Kimball posted the following piece on the American Greatness web-page:

Trump’s Triumph at the U.N.

President Trump’s speech at the United Nations on Tuesday is one of the greatest political speeches ever delivered in peacetime.

Maybe you are like those members of the audience seated in the General Assembly who tittered when the president began his speech noting that, “In less than two years, my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country.”

The bureaucrats shifting upon their glutei maximi upon the plush receptacles provided by the custodians of the United Nations may have found the president’s frank statement risible. But their hilarity detracts not one iota from the truth of his observation.

What President Trump said was not braggadocio. It was the unvarnished truth.

What Were They Laughing About Again?

In less than two years, the United States has added some $10 trillion in wealth to its economy. Four million new jobs have been created, and unemployment has plummeted to historic lows. Consumer confidence has soared, while tax reform has put more money in the pockets of average Americans and turbocharged American businesses.

Meanwhile, the President’s attention to the United States military has reversed the decay orchestrated by the Obama Administration, upping military spending to $700 billion this year, $716 billion next year. In short, “the United States is stronger, safer, and a richer country than it was when I assumed office less than two years ago.”

Giggle away, ye bureaucrats, giggle away.

So it is with the president’s speech. Barack Obama is reputed to be an impressive orator. But he never gave a speech that, in substance, could hold a candle to President Trump’s speeches at Warsaw, at Riyadh, before the joint session of Congress last year, or indeed his “rocket man” speech at the United Nations. And this topped them all for forcefulness, clarity, and wisdom.

The forcefulness and clarity, I believe, are acknowledged by everyone, even the president’s opponents. Emblematic passages include his description of ISIS “bloodthirsty killers,” his characterization of Iran as a “brutal regime,” the “world’s leading sponsor of terrorism,” whose leaders “sow chaos, death, and destruction” and “plunder the nation’s resources to enrich themselves and to spread mayhem across the Middle East and far beyond.” All this is patently true, but one is not supposed to utter such things on the floor of the General Assembly.

This is not the usual language of diplomacy. It is the frank argot of truth: a tongue rarely heard in the echo-chambers of the United Nations with its squadrons of translators who translate clichés from one language into another swiftly, accurately, and inconsequentially. How refreshing — though admittedly, how startling it must have been to hear someone deliver an entire speech without lying.

Sovereignty Is Key

But I spoke of “wisdom,” too. Again, you may think that the conjunction of the name “Trump” and the virtue of wisdom is odd. But think about it. What, in the end, was this speech about? It was an elaboration of Trump’s chief foreign policy idea, “principled realism.”

Realism” connotes an accurate and unsentimental appreciation of the metabolism of power. The “principles” in question involve an affirmation of who we are as a people, which turns on our affirmation of national sovereignty.

The president’s articulation of this simple, yet deep, idea is what lifted his speech out of the realm of pedestrian blather and marked it for the history books.

No one who has listened to President Trump talk about his “America First” agenda will have been surprised when he said, “America will always act in [its] national interest,” or “We will never surrender America’s sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable, global bureaucracy,” or “Moving forward, we are only going to give foreign aid to those who respect us and, frankly, are our friends.”

President Trump has made those points before, though perhaps not always so bluntly.

What was new was his meditation on the importance of sovereignty.

He was right, and in the halls of the United Nations, nearly unique, in pointing out that “responsible nations must defend against threats to sovereignty not just from global governance, but also from other, new forms of coercion and domination.” More can be said — and I trust will be said — about those novel forms of coercion and domination. For now, however, we should pay attention to these key phrases in the president’s speech.

On moving the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and our moving our Israeli embassy to Jerusalem. The aim of peace between the Israelis and Palestinians is “advanced, not harmed, by acknowledging the obvious facts,” to wit, the fact that Israel is a sovereign state and, as such, has the right to determine where its capital city should be.

On the immediate implications of a policy of “principled realism,” which means that “we will not be held hostage to old dogmas, discredited ideologies, and so-called experts who have been proven wrong over the years, time and time again. This is true not only in matters of peace, but in matters of prosperity.

Translation of that last bit: “free trade” is a great desideratum, but trade that is not fair is not free. Henceforth, those who wish to trade with the United States, the world’s largest economy, must abide by the principle that “trade must be fair and reciprocal.”

The Long-Term Solution to the Migration Crisis

Let me touch briefly on one additional theme, migration (which subsumes immigration). “Uncontrolled migration,” President Trump observed, is a direct threat to national sovereignty and hence will not be countenanced by the United States. How stinging to the ears of the assembled bureaucrats must his words have been. “Migration should not be governed by an international body unaccountable to our own citizens.” Quite right, and worth the price of admission.

The president was also right that, “Ultimately, the only long-term solution to the migration crisis is to help people build more hopeful futures in their home countries. Make their countries great again.”

For those with ears to hear, this speech reminds one why — improbable though it may have seemed — Donald Trump is shaping up to be not just a good but a great president. Few people, least of all me, would have predicted it. But so it is. The proof of the pudding is in the eating, and the American people like the free, open, unapologetic taste of American success.

We are the richest, most generous country on earth. But we are not, despite the efforts of transnational progressives like Barack Obama, the world’s patsy. Donald Trump understands this. That is why he was elected. It is also why he will go down as one of the most extraordinary leaders this blessed country has ever been vouchsafed.


- I was proud of my president for standing up for my American values in front of the entire world, and for calling out the failure of oppressive communist & socialist dictatorships around the world!
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It's easy to differentiate between statesmen and politicians when you witness how they gives speeches. When addressing the General Assembly of the United Nations, Donald Trump was a STATESMAN - while Barack Obama was (and will ALWAYS be) a community-organizer-turned-politician. Deroy Murdock wrote the following for National Review:

President Trump Displays Commanding Leadership at U.N.

On the world stage, Trump is Muhammad Ali to Obama’s Mister Rogers


Donald J. Trump’s week at the United Nations should squelch renewed chatter about his alleged mental instability and unfitness for office, and why the 25th Amendment should be used to slip him into a straitjacket and speed him to the nearest asylum.

From Sunday to Thursday, a commanding President Trump practiced high-level diplomacy in New York. He signed the U.S.–Korea Free Trade Agreement, hosted a reception for Security Council members, and conducted one-on-one talks with U.N. Secretary General António Guterres and the leaders of Colombia, Egypt, France, Israel, Japan, South Korea, and the United Kingdom.

The American–Israeli alliance has never been stronger,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Trump as they huddled. “It’s stronger than ever before under your leadership. I look forward to working with you and your team to advance our common interests — security, prosperity, and peace — with Israel’s neighbors and for the region.”

Wielding a gavel, President Trump chaired the 8,362nd meeting of the U.N. Security Council, specifically on limiting weapons of mass death. He also fielded wide-ranging questions at a one-hour, 22-minute news conference.

But President Trump’s main event was his 35-minute address to the General Assembly. Standing at the U.N.’s signature green-marble rostrum on Tuesday morning, Trump advocated “principled realism.” He reasserted Washington’s vision of individual, sovereign nations bilaterally collaborating with America. This deepens the president’s break with Obama’s policy, which was to surrender ever more American influence to the U.N., the Paris global-warming treaty, and other multilateral bodies and agreements.

America is governed by Americans,” Trump said. “We reject the ideology of globalism, and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism.” He added: “That is why America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control, and domination.”

The president confirmed the effectiveness of his tough-but-fair engagement with North Korea. Kim Jong-un’s missiles have not soared over Japan and the Pacific since last November. His nuclear bombs have gone undetonated since last September.

Our hostages have been released,” Trump said. “And as promised, the remains of our fallen heroes are being returned home to lay at rest in American soil.” He added, “The sanctions will stay in place until denuclearization occurs,” even as negotiations continue.

Where will this wind up? Washington’s discussions with Pyongyang could unleash peace, prosperity, and respect for human rights above the 38th parallel. Or the whole thing could fizzle. At a minimum, the Trump administration is trying to end this 65-year-long stalemate. And, for now, it’s all quiet on the northern front.

In the Middle East, Trump noted, “the bloodthirsty killers known as ISIS have been driven out from the territory they once held in Iraq and Syria.” Nearby, Saudi Arabia and “the Gulf countries opened a new center to target terrorist financing,” Trump explained. “They are enforcing new sanctions, working with us to identify and track terrorist networks, and taking more responsibility for fighting terrorism and extremism in their own region.”

President Trump slammed “the corrupt dictatorship in Iran.” He said, “Iran’s leaders sow chaos, death, and destruction. They do not respect their neighbors or borders, or the sovereign rights of nations. Instead, Iran’s leaders plunder the nation’s resources to enrich themselves and to spread mayhem across the Middle East and far beyond.”

We cannot allow the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism to possess the planet’s most dangerous weapons,” Trump continued. “We cannot allow a regime that chants ‘Death to America,’ and that threatens Israel with annihilation, to possess the means to deliver a nuclear warhead to any city on Earth.”

By leading the Axis of Evil, Iran underscores daily the rank idiocy of Obama’s cash-fueled appeasement. The Iran nuclear deal was supposed to make Tehran kinder and gentler, after Obama plied it with $400 million in air-freighted, freshly laundered Swiss francs and another $115 billion in unfrozen financial assets.

Instead, Iran took the money and ran.

In the years since the deal was reached, Iran’s military budget grew nearly 40 percent.” Trump observed. “The dictatorship used the funds to build nuclear-capable missiles, increase internal repression, finance terrorism, and fund havoc and slaughter in Syria and Yemen.” The deal’s laughably weak inspection regime (e.g., international experts may not scrutinize military bases) makes it impossible to judge Iran’s compliance.

Compared with Obama’s Mister Rogers approach, Trump is Muhammad Ali. “Last month, we began reimposing hard-hitting nuclear sanctions that had been lifted under the Iran deal,” Trump stated. “Additional sanctions will resume November 5th, and more will follow.”

Israeli prime minister Netanyahu said, “The fact that you have brought American sanctions to bear has cut the cash machine of Iran and its campaign of carnage and conquest in the Middle East.”

This ever-mounting pressure is challenging the mullahs’ grip on power. May Iran’s youth pile upon Ayatollah Khamenei what their parents heaped on the shah.

Regarding the often-uncontrolled flow of human beings across borders, Trump argued: “Ultimately, the only long-term solution to the migration crisis is to help people build more hopeful futures in their home countries. Make their countries great again.”

Finally, unlike the increasingly socialist Democratic party, President Trump excoriated the poverty and pain that socialism generates wherever it slithers.

Virtually everywhere socialism or communism has been tried, it has produced suffering, corruption, and decay,” Trump said. “Socialism’s thirst for power leads to expansion, incursion, and oppression. All nations of the world should resist socialism and the misery that it brings to everyone.”

Trump correctly cited once-prosperous Venezuela as a nation devastated by the “triumph” of socialism. “Today, socialism has bankrupted the oil-rich nation and driven its people into abject poverty,” Trump said. He properly has tightened sanctions on the incompetent and cruel socialists in Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship.

President Trump’s more unorthodox moments sometimes overshadow a fact he underscored at the U.N. this week: He is a serious player on the world stage who has steered American foreign policy away from its previous destination under Obama — over a cliff.


- Ever notice how NOBODY in the Democratic Party, including Hillary Clinton & Barack Obama, ever spoke of Venezuela, either directly or indirectly? They pretended that failed socialist state didn't exist!
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Quote: It's easy to differentiate between statesmen and politicians when you witness how they gives speeches. When addressing the General Assembly of the United Nations, Donald Trump was a STATESMAN - whi...

Trump showed "Commanding Leadership" at the UN?! Keep dreaming Anon.

Because last week, as Trump was at the speaker's podium claiming to the UN General Assembly that the Presidency he has been conducting is one of unrivaled success on the world stage, Trump's list of outsized claims caused the gathering of the UN's delegates to spontaneously break out into LAUGHING AT OUR President. And Trump's obviously unscripted, and off the cuff, reaction to the laughter was "Well, that wasn't the reaction I was expecting!"

Of course, later, in an attempt to help Trump save face, he and his spokespeople tried to claim that our boastful President had intended the delegates to laugh, and that they were LAUGHING WITH HIM. But in the actual moment when that laughter succeeded at interrupting President Trump's speech, forcing him to pause, before he said that he hadn't expected such a reaction, it was so obvious that the delegates were LAUGHING AT someone who they CONSIDER TO BE A FOOL.

(Also, those UN delegates COULDN'T have been laughing WITH President Trump, because when all of that laughter broke out, an embarrassed & red-faced Donald Trump, was ONE person there, WHO DEFINITELY WASN'T LAUGHING!)

Thanks a lot, Mr President, for making 2018's American Presidency, a genuine LAUGHINGSTOCK, all around the world!
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LovesWomenFrenching writes: "Thanks a lot, Mr President, for making 2018's American Presidency, a genuine LAUGHINGSTOCK, all around the world!"

Yes, the rest of the world doesn't respect Trump the way they respected President "Transgendered Bathrooms" Obama, do they? Meanwhile, the man you label a "laughingstock" continues to make successful deals that greatly benefit American workers who aren't transgendered, LovesWomenFrenching! Roger Kimball posted the following article on Spectator USA:

Donald Trump’s US-Canada-Mexico trade deal is YUGE

No matter what you hear, American workers have always been at the forefront of President Trump’s mind, and this deal will be good for them


As Kamala Harris presents evidence that Brett Kavanaugh habitually exposed himself to several nurses upon being born and then to other females for months, nay, years afterwards, Donald Trump just secured a new trilateral trade deal between the United States, Canada, and Mexico. This, friends, is yuge, yuge!

The deal replaces, or amends, the 24-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement between the three countries. From the moment he announced his candidacy, way back in 2015, until the day before yesterday, President Trump has assailed the original Nafta as ‘the worst deal ever.’ The fact that US trade with Mexico has gone from a modest surplus in the early years of Nafta to a $68 billion deficit now highlights his concern.

The President came to terms with Mexico last month, but Canada was adamant about not making the concessions that Trump demanded. Last night, burning the midnight oil, US negotiators finally hammered out a deal with Canada to preserve the three-country agreement just moments before the midnight deadline. The deal, which President Trump wants to rename the US-Mexico-Canada — difficult to acronymise, but accurate in its dramatis personae — will go some distance in levelling the playing field for trade among the three countries. As before-the-bell market indices suggest, the citizens and economies of all three countries will benefit. Even Justin Trudeau, Canada’s fountain-of-youth Prime Minister, acknowledged that ‘It’s a good day for Canada’ as he left a Cabinet meeting last night.

A key player in the talks with Canada was the President’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner. All the smart people in Washington and New York have assured me that Kushner is almost as big a moron as the President, so obviously it is just luck that he succeeded helping to bring about this important economic deal.

The deal, which will be signed in late November, greatly reduces impediments to US farmers and manufacturers, especially automakers, and modernises the agreement by providing rules for the world of digital exchange which was in its infancy when the original deal was struck.

A last-minute concession by Canada will open the country’s dairy markets to the US, while for its part the US dropped its demand that special NAFTA trade courts be abolished. There was, in other words, plenty of give-and-take. All parties got important concessions.

It is likely that Canada and Mexico will ink the deal this year. For the United States, it is likely to have to wait until the next Congress. Will it be a Democratic-controlled Congress? I doubt it. But in any event, I doubt that it matters. No matter what you hear, American workers have always been at the forefront of President Trump’s mind, and this deal will be good for them. The Dems want the unions behind them. The unions will like this deal. As Lori Wallach of Public Citizen, a ‘left-liberal progressive consumer advocacy group,’ noted ‘The new deal includes some important improvements which we have long advocated.’

When Donald Trump came to office, all the beautiful people with PhDs and long pedigrees on K-Street, in academia and the media told us that he was an ignoramus who didn’t know what he was doing, might get us all killed, and in any event would surely tank the economy. Above all, they said, his threats to scrap globalist trade arrangements, so carefully forged by and for the benefit of the Davoisie, would lead to chaos and recession, if not worse.

But here we are. The US stock market is north of 26,000, unemployment is at historic lows, consumer confidence historic highs. Economic growth is humming along at around 4 per cent, a number we were told was impossible back in December 2016. What Donald Trump has been scrapping are not the building blocks of free-market prosperity but the sclerotic impediments to prosperity inherited from an another era but superintended by the aging, unimaginative beneficiaries of that dispensation.

Donald Trump is indeed a disruptor. But what he disrupts is the outworn conventional wisdom that is more conventional than wise.


- President Trump keeps on winning while the political-progressives on the left keep insulting him, while insisting that it's MORE important to open up women's restrooms for transgendered men!
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Quote: LovesWomenFrenching writes: " Thanks a lot, Mr President, for making 2018's American Presidency, a genuine LAUGHINGSTOCK, all around the world !" Yes, the rest of the world doesn't respect Trump the ...

This may come as a shock to your relatively uninformed mentality, Anon, but survey after survey, in America's closest allies, the UK, Germany, France, and Canada, show that President Obama was much more respected by the citizens of those countries, than President Trump is. Obama's level of public approval, in those countries averaged 30 to 40 points higher than Trump's, with Donald's approval level now being as poor as the low 20s in some of those nations.

In fact, since World War II ended in 1945, no other American President has had as low a level of public approval as Trump has, among the people who live in countries that used to be strong allies of the United States, before Trump began lousing up relations with nations which used to be good friends with America.
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LovesWomenFrenching wrote: "This may come as a shock to your relatively uninformed mentality, Anon, but survey after survey, in America's closest allies, the UK, Germany, France, and Canada, show that President Obama was much more respected by the citizens of those countries, than President Trump is."

Of couse he is more respected abroad, LovesWomenFrenching. Barack Obama understands NOTHING about trade deals, and how good ones bring jobs to Americans while bad ones take jobs away from American workers! Remember President Obama mocking Trump, saying there was NO WAY manufacturing jobs were ever returning to the U.S.A. - Barack was basically saying that workers in the UK, Germany, France, & Canada would now be manufacturing all of our goods. President Obama actually believed that it was the American government responsible for jobs creation!

Do you remember when President Obama authorized spending a TRILLION-DOLLARS on a bill creating "shovel-ready jobs" that never actually materialized? Or that time he took $500-million tax-payer-dollars and invested it into a corporation named SOLYNDRA that was all about creating solar energy - within weeks of that enormous government expenditure Solyndra declared bankruptcy and collapsed!

"Obama's level of public approval, in those countries averaged 30 to 40 points higher than Trump's, with Donald's approval level now being as poor as the low 20s in some of those nations."

Yeah, about those public approval numbers... back in late October of 2016, ALL of the public approval polls pointed to a Hillary Clinton victory in the upcoming U.S. presidential election. In fact, there is a Rachel Maddow show on MSNBC that you can still watch on you-tube where she carefully explains how Donald Trump can't possibly win - you really need to see it, LovesWomenFrenching!

"In fact, since World War II ended in 1945, no other American President has had as low a level of public approval as Trump has, among the people who live in countries that used to be strong allies of the United States, before Trump began lousing up relations with nations which used to be good friends with America."

President Trump and the United States STILL have allies in Europe & Canada - but trade deals go BEYOND political alliances, and I believe that President Trump has addressed them fairly well in his dealings with Canada, Mexico, & the European Union. NAFTA, for example, has just been re-negotiated, as candidate Trump promised he would do on the campaign trail.

- I think it's GREAT that we currently have a president who gets things done, as opposed to one who simply wants to be personally popular while his party's power collapses around him!
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