My WND Weekly Exclusive – 2 of John Lewis’ Biggest Whoppers

Trump is in yet another kerfuffle with a Democrat. This time with Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga. In an interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd, Lewis said it will be difficult to work with Trump. “It’s going to be hard. It’s going to be very difficult. I don’t see this president-elect as a legitimate president.”

Many would say, so what? We all know who Lewis is. He is, as the title unambiguously states, a Democrat hack and race hustler – like so many other old time civil rights leaders – most who parlayed their “struggles” into cushy government or activist jobs, where the only qualification one needs is to be black … oh, and liberal.

Trump could have let it go, afraid, like most Republicans, to hit back at such an icon of the civil rights movement – especially on the eve of MLK Day. But that’s not his style. Instead Trump took his favorite venue, Twitter, and hit back at Lewis. read more

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Republicans’ repeal-but-not-really betrayal

I do a weekly podcast in which I normally discuss two or three topics that interest me (and hopefully the listener). However, this past Sunday, being so infuriated, I ended up devoting the entire time to one subject – the repeal of Obamacare. You may listen to it here.

Many Americans elected Donald Trump for one reason. They think he will fight for them. They see him as a symbol of hope – to break the cycle of Washington insider politics-as-usual. They/we are tired of broken promises that predictably occur after every election. They/we want Trump to break this cycle.

Trump or no, it appears the cycle continues, like the Italian rail system, right on schedule.

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DO REPUBLICANS WANT TO CRIPPLE GOVERNMENT?

Do we really want a “nimble” federal government? Or do we want one that is slow, plodding and methodical. I suppose it depends on whom you ask.

Anyone (hopefully) on the right, and who is a friend to the Constitution, would surely say they would vastly prefer a government that operates much as does an aircraft carrier. Although much of these things are classified to some extent, it can take, for example, up to five nautical miles just to stop a carrier – much less to reverse course. In other words – far from nimble – which is exactly what the founders intended to slow the intrusive creep of government. read more

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2016 ends with more Obama-inspired racial division

The countdown has begun. In 24 days the nightmare that has befallen us for eight long years will finally end. I would love to add good riddance, but I can’t. We all know that except for the occasional getaway with the family or golf outing, Barack is going nowhere.

He will be setting up shop in Washington, D.C., for the foreseeable future, or as long as it takes him to undermine the new president’s agenda. But still, it will be a new day, filled with hope and anticipation – and maybe a little reconciliation between the citizens of this nation.

 We are sorely in need of some “coming together,” after eight years of being torn apart – particularly in terms of race. The past few years have seen a fevered pitch of hatred between the races – black and white. However, most of the hate and violence has been directed at whites at the behest of so-called black leaders. read more

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Obama’s a pro at meddling in foreign elections

There’s a new sheriff in town, I reckon. There must be, because the old one was a giant girly-man. The old sheriff allowed and even welcomed every world leader, except one (Israel), to walk all over us. But this new sheriff – we’ll call him Obama 2.0, apparently and singlehandedly stopped the Russian hacking.

And all it took from this new no-nonsense, steely eyed sheriff were three little words. “Cut it out,” he said to Vladimir Putin. I guess he just forgot to add “partner,” or “pilgrim,” or some reference to “sundown,” as in, “you have until sundown.” read more

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Stupidity is in the eye of the beholder

I think most would agree that Cambridge professor Stephen Hawking is one the smartest guys on the planet. And given his several cameo appearances on “The Big Bang Theory,” he appears to have a good sense of humor. Yet even someone as brilliant as he can have some pretty wacky views.

Hawking says he believes “pollution and human ‘stupidity’ remain the biggest threats to mankind. …” I certainly agree with him regarding “stupidity” being a major threat. After all, look how many millions voted for Hillary Clinton. read more

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The United States has allowed millions upon millions of immigrants, legal and illegal into our country. Thousands of refugees from various world “hot spots” have also been welcomed – by our government, not by the people. Yet, with all these mostly unwanted additions to our population, things have remained relatively calm.

We in America have a decided advantage over our friends and allies in Europe. It’s called geography. We are not only oceans away from most of the globe’s “trouble” spots, but our landmass is enormous relative to any and all European nations.

Like it or not, and you can count me in “not” category, our nation has been able to accommodate this huge influx of population without major upheaval and backlash. And please don’t say that wanting to build a wall and/or deport illegals is backlash. It’s not. What it is, is the law. Those who support a wall and deportation support upholding the law. read more

My WND Weekly Exclusive – How state Republicans are wielding Trump power

How state Republicans are wielding Trump power

In case you haven’t noticed, the left is in full panic mode. They are rapidly losing what was thought not long ago to be an iron grip on American politics and culture. But Heir Obama has squandered their historic pre-eminence, preferring to concentrate only on his legacy. I suppose we should thank him for this.

Americans have what seems to be a penchant for concentrating only on presidential elections. Maybe because it’s easy. We have two, maybe up to four choices for the office, and that’s it. It requires almost no effort on the part of the electorate to decide between two candidates. 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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