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How to make Trump more popular

How would one make Donald Trump more popular? By doing everything the left is currently.

Riots have simultaneously sprung up in city after city across our country. For days, so-called “protesters” have taken to the streets of Portland, Los Angeles, Oakland, Las Vegas, NYC, as well as many more, even including Salt Lake City.

The leftist press, like CNN, insists on continuing to call these uprisings, protests. “Thousands protesting Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election took to the streets for a third night of demonstrations and vigils in several U.S. cities,” dutifully reports CNN. read more

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The left will never be satisfied with their candidate

It’s funny (not “ha ha” funny) that no matter how many years go by and how long the Democrats have run things in this country, the left is still not satisfied.

Jim Garrison, founder of Ubiquity University, like so many leftists, told us in 2013, five years into Obama’s presidency, that he believes “we are headed into a catastrophic system failure because of the collective refusal of our governments to deal adequately with climate change. I believe at the same time there is a huge, growing number of people who want fundamental change.” read more

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The other reason to vote for Trump

Last week I made a choice. I made a conscious decision to cast my ballot for Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election. I wrote an article explaining my reasoning.

It appeared to be a relatively popular article, as many read it. Many also commented on it, either in the comment section, or direct email. Some of the comments were positive – however, many were not. To those who believe I have sold out – oh well. I made my case as logically and dispassionately as I could, and that, as they say, is that.

However, as the article was already fairly long, I also made a choice not to delve into the secondary issue of why I will vote for the Trumpster. There is another reason, and this is more strategic, for want of a better term – one voters may wish to heed before casting their ballot.

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There’s nothing good about Goodlatte

The American economy is shaky at best. Since the economic collapse in 2008, and thanks in large part to Obama’s grand recovery/stimulus plan, the country has been teetering on the edge of another recession. Frankly, despite the rigid definition, many Americans would agree we’ve been in a recession for years.

As Republicans and conservatives, we are supposed to be the fiscal hawks. Our party and our representatives are supposed to be the ones who understand that you can’t tax your way out of a bad economy. Quite the contrary. We know, or should, that excessive taxes will kill any recovery.

But we are not politicians – politicians like Virginia Republican and House Judiciary Chairman Rep. Bob Goodlatte. read more

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ILLEGAL INVASION TRANSFORMS SOUTHERN TOWN

by: the Common Constitutionalist

Albertville is a relatively rural community in Northeast Alabama, about 80 miles north of Birmingham. For well over a century this small town of a little over 20,000 was known for one thing – fire hydrants – specifically Mueller Company fire hydrants.

But things have changed in Albertville. Many would say not for the better. One such resident is 42-year-old Sandra Langlois. She would be considered part of the white working class and is unable to find employment. And the reason? “I can’t find a job because I don’t speak Spanish,” she says. read more

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Obama’s revenge on Israel

Since its founding, Israel has been both a friend and ally to the United States. For the most part, every American president had treated the Mideast nation as such. I say “had” because our current chief executive, Barack Obama, is certainly not.

Whether Obama sees Israel as some sort of colonialist power, due to its continued conflict with the poor and oppressed Palestinians, or just his hatred of Benjamin Netanyahu, it’s clear he wants nothing to do with the Israelis.

Recall what Obama told then French President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2011. read more

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A real constitutionalist comes out pro-Trump

Michele Bachmann, the former Minnesota congressman, is one of the good guys. Since she is a normal, conservative American, I can almost guarantee she would take no offense at me calling her either a congressman or one of the good guys.

But much to many conservatives’ dismay, I’m sure, she has come out in support of the Trumpster. Recently, Mark Levin did the same – although not really.

It’s been widely, and purposely, reported that Levin is also supporting or endorsing Donald Trump. This is wrong. Mark merely said he will vote for Trump – that’s it. For anyone interested, I am still somewhere between Mark and Glenn Beck. I haven’t decided. read more

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Better Late Than Never!

Die, fat guy! Brits’ policy is future of Obamacare

In January, 2009, Rush Limbaugh was contacted by what he described as a major print publication regarding his wishes for new president Barack Obama. “Dear Rush: For the Obama Inauguration we are asking a handful of very prominent politicians, statesmen, scholars, businessmen, commentators, and economists to write 400 words on their hope for the Obama presidency. We would love to include you. If you could send us 400 words on your hope for the Obama presidency. …”

To that Rush famously responded: “OK, I’ll send you a response, but I don’t need 400 words, I need four: I hope he fails.”

Naturally, the press, political and pundit class went nuts. Yet we knew exactly what he meant, and we agreed. But Obama hasn’t failed – just the opposite. By all accounting, his presidency has been a smashing success. read more

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‘Shoot-to-kill mentality’ hits home for Dwayne Wade

Last month (July 13), four black NBA superstars took the stage at this years politically correct sports awards show, the ESPYs.

Of course anything on or having to do with the sports network ESPN or its affiliates is left-leaning and politically correct – quite often more rabidly than the liberal news media.

We learned that fact long ago (2003), when the network hired Rush Limbaugh to do a segment on its popular football show, “NFL Sunday Countdown,” telling him he could say anything he likes and then firing him for doing just that. read more

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2 sets of justice in medieval America

Unlike Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton is apparently fighting for the little guy. She wants the top of the income pyramid to finally pay their fair share. For too long the little guy has been getting the shaft, while the rich and privileged get away with not paying up, not being held accountable – and Hillary will rectify this.

It’s almost as if there are two systems in place in America – one for the rich and powerful and one for Hillary’s little guys – just like it was in medieval Europe: justice for the lords and a different kind of justice for the serfs.

This is the state of America’s justice system today. More than any, officials in government are supposed to be beyond reproach. Due to the trust bestowed them by the citizens, they are held to a higher standard. But some abuse this trust. Some government officials use their position to enrich themselves. Ironically, Hillary Clinton (and husband Bill), the defender of the little guy, is the biggest abuser of them all. read more