• Pragerisms

    For a more comprehensive list of Pragerisms visit
    Dennis Prager Wisdom.

    • "The left is far more interested in gaining power than in creating wealth."
    • "Without wisdom, goodness is worthless."
    • "I prefer clarity to agreement."
    • "First tell the truth, then state your opinion."
    • "Being on the Left means never having to say you're sorry."
    • "If you don't fight evil, you fight gobal warming."
    • "There are things that are so dumb, you have to learn them."
  • Liberalism’s Seven Deadly Sins

    • Sexism
    • Intolerance
    • Xenophobia
    • Racism
    • Islamophobia
    • Bigotry
    • Homophobia

    A liberal need only accuse you of one of the above in order to end all discussion and excuse himself from further elucidation of his position.

  • Glenn’s Reading List for Die-Hard Pragerites

    • Bolton, John - Surrender is not an Option
    • Bruce, Tammy - The Thought Police; The New American Revolution; The Death of Right and Wrong
    • Charen, Mona - DoGooders:How Liberals Hurt Those They Claim to Help
    • Coulter, Ann - If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans; Slander
    • Dalrymple, Theodore - In Praise of Prejudice; Our Culture, What's Left of It
    • Doyle, William - Inside the Oval Office
    • Elder, Larry - Stupid Black Men: How to Play the Race Card--and Lose
    • Frankl, Victor - Man's Search for Meaning
    • Flynn, Daniel - Intellectual Morons
    • Fund, John - Stealing Elections
    • Friedman, George - America's Secret War
    • Goldberg, Bernard - Bias; Arrogance
    • Goldberg, Jonah - Liberal Fascism
    • Herson, James - Tales from the Left Coast
    • Horowitz, David - Left Illusions; The Professors
    • Klein, Edward - The Truth about Hillary
    • Mnookin, Seth - Hard News: Twenty-one Brutal Months at The New York Times and How They Changed the American Media
    • Morris, Dick - Because He Could; Rewriting History
    • O'Beirne, Kate - Women Who Make the World Worse
    • Olson, Barbara - The Final Days: The Last, Desperate Abuses of Power by the Clinton White House
    • O'Neill, John - Unfit For Command
    • Piereson, James - Camelot and the Cultural Revolution: How the Assassination of John F. Kennedy Shattered American Liberalism
    • Prager, Dennis - Think A Second Time
    • Sharansky, Natan - The Case for Democracy
    • Stein, Ben - Can America Survive? The Rage of the Left, the Truth, and What to Do About It
    • Steyn, Mark - America Alone
    • Stephanopolous, George - All Too Human
    • Thomas, Clarence - My Grandfather's Son
    • Timmerman, Kenneth - Shadow Warriors
    • Williams, Juan - Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead-End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America--and What We Can Do About It
    • Wright, Lawrence - The Looming Tower

Savagery Follows a Culture Alien to God’s Golden Rule

Church, Not State, Is the Answer

By Matt Hagee   at American Thinker:

“Religious institutions should not ask the state to solve problems we have the capacity to address ourselves. Yet, in every city across this country there is a need that faith-based leaders talk about from the pulpit and then expect government to answer. In doing so we are shirking our responsibilities and failing our communities.

Abortion, poverty, addiction, poor education, and so on — the list of that which ails our communities is far too great, and the private sector faith-based efforts to address these problems in many cases is far too small. The unintended consequence is that churches have lost influence in the lives of the everyday citizens in the communities that surround them.

In conservative circles, outside of core responsibilities such as the national defense, we prefer small, restrained government. But we cannot shut our eyes and act as if the communities in which we live have all of their needs met. Nor can religious leaders close up shop at the end of our weekend worship events, believing if that is all we do, we’ve done our part to solve our neighbors’ problems because we addressed certain issues from behind a podium.

When we speak but do not act, the flock looks outside the church, to the next great institution in their lives, government, to solve their ills. But the state was never intended to be an agent of social problem solving, and it’s not very good at it.

Case-in-point, for decades, preachers have rallied congregants in opposition to state-sanctioned abortion. My father and I have both done so because we believe that abortion is immoral, and an act of murder in the first degree. It is vital that faith-based leaders who see abortion as I do continue to discuss it with their congregants. But we cannot pretend as if our job is done when the sermon ends.

Cornerstone Church and the partners who support Hagee Ministries recently broke ground on “The Sanctuary of Hope.” When complete, this will be a state-of-the-art facility that will meet the medical, educational, and spiritual needs of expectant mothers and their children. We will not throw an infant and his/her mother out on the street once the child is born. Rather, over the course of two years, mother and baby will receive comprehensive medical care, the young woman will obtain vocational training – in many cases leading to an Associate’s Degree – and throughout the experience she will also receive guidance and counseling from licensed professionals.

We are providing expectant mothers with a real choice. A life or death choice, the government-sanctioned alternative doesn’t provide these options, but rather a “quick and easy” procedure, and the “problem,” in this case an unborn child, is exterminated, with little thought given to the long-term, social, physical, economic, and spiritual impact the decision to abort creates.

Along the same lines as the abortion debate, we often here preachers motivating audiences to reach for more, believe for better, and expect the best – without much consideration given to the matters of personal responsibility and the importance of confronting the challenges one wishes to change.

There will always be those in every community who – for whatever reason – have found themselves destitute. People walk by and ignore them; the government has neither the resources nor the inclination to help them. And no amount of preaching will feed them or provide them shelter.

In 1996, a brave pastor and personal friend, Matthew Barnett, converted an old Los Angeles hospital into a refuge and safe haven that meets basic needs and provides life-changing ministry. In myriad ways, Barnett’s “Dream Center,” aids local individuals and families that have fallen on extremely hard times. The Dream Center is giving their neighbors a real chance, and setting an example for others to follow.

We must find a need and meet a need. This is the example set by the Author of our faith. We read in scripture that Jesus, “went about doing good…” The same should be said of all who follow Him and His teachings.

It is incumbent upon every believer to discuss the word of God with all who are interested. We should not stop trying to teach the value of personal responsibility or overturn Roe v. Wade. If the issue has taught us anything, it is that despite our best sermons, biggest rallies and marches, today there will be abortions, there will exist many with no home and no food, and yet more individuals will become ensnared by addiction every day.

Today, there are an untold number of social illness that need to be immediately addressed. If the Church is going to remain a source of real influence and an agent for change in the future, faith-based leaders must decide, today, that society’s social ills will be addressed by the church, not the state.”

Pastor Matt Hagee is the Executive Pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, TX.

http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2017/05/church_not_state_is_the_answer.html

Yes, I Don’t Like OUR America’s President, Donald J. Trump, EGO and All…..I LOVE HIM for it!!

Forget What You Hear: Our Narcissist President Is Winning

By William L. Gensert   at American Thinker:

 

“I first became aware of Donald Trump in the late seventies.  I was not impressed.  In fact, I didn’t like him.  I thought he was a braggart and a man who went out of his way to disrespect women.  I wouldn’t have said so at the time, but he was clearly a narcissist.

Growing up in an Italian neighborhood in the Bronx, I have been around men like him all my life.  They’re going to do this; they’re going to do that.  They have this; they have that.  I took him to be a person so full of himself that his company would be unbearable.

I didn’t give him much hope of winning the presidency, either, but as election day neared, friends would ask what I thought a Trump presidency would look like.  Forced at that point to think about it, I would say that as a businessman, at least he would make quality appointments to the power positions in his administration – you can’t run a successful business without being able to delegate authority to a strong team of employees.

As far as Trump’s narcissism, I’m not sure that hurts him as a president.  Sure, he could show better discretion with what he says – he does seem to have an almost Plaxico Burress-type dedication to shooting himself in the foot (see L’Affaire Comey).  Yet I think you need to have a certain amount of narcissism to be a successful president, although it doesn’t guarantee success.

Just look at our second-most recent president, a solipsist so narcissistic he actually thought his mere presence would slow the rise of the oceans and heal the planet.  Barry took narcissism to a new level, seemingly believing himself some kind of god, a belief fed by the nearly total hagiographic coverage he received from the Fourth Estate, our once nationally treasured free press, reduced to sycophantic (more like “sycofanatic”) exaltation of the “light bearer,” the man with the “crease.”

The difference between Barry’s narcissism and Trump’s is this: Trump is the guy who looks at the most beautiful girl at the party and says, “I can get her number.”  Barry would look at the same girl and say, “She wants me.”  Trump would then pursue the girl, and Barry would walk away, because obviously, she is not good enough for him, and besides, someone told him there’s a mirror in the next room.

In any case, while I didn’t hold out much hope of Trump winning the election, I wasn’t exactly terrified of a Trump presidency.

Of course, Trump could cure cancer, and the New York Times headline would be “Millions Die before Trump Acts.”  The newspapers (newspapers were something people used to buy on their way to work in the morning before Barry, back when there were jobs) have no use for Donald Trump, therefore you will never hear a word of credit given to the man for anything he ever does, no matter how efficacious.  It will never matter how much he succeeds; to the media, he will never be a success.

Yet I have to admit I am impressed with what he has done since assuming the mantle of the most powerful man on the planet.

He restarted the Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines, a surefire signal to the fossil fuel industry that they are no longer the enemy.  Reversing another of Barry’s foolish policies, he has opened the Atlantic and Pacific coasts as well as the Arctic Ocean to fossil fuel exploration.  In addition, he has shown rightful skepticism for global warming religious cultism, which demands we destroy our economy today to prevent something that may or may not happen in a hundred years.

He appointed Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and deftly allowed the Democrats to burn themselves to the ground, negating any possibility they might have ever had of stopping his next Supreme appointment.

Just as Obama talked up illegal immigration, Trump has talked it down, resulting in an astounding reduction in illegal border crossing.  Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said, “We’ve seen a dramatic reduction in illegal migration across the southwest border.  In fact, March apprehensions were 30 percent lower than February apprehensions and 64% lower than the same time [last] year.”

Unlike that petty scold Barry, Trump understands that onerous regulation stunts business growth.  Using his pen, his phone, and the Congressional Review Act, he has cut costly business regulations implemented in the frenetic closing days of Obama’s reign here on earth.  He also established a rule whereby for every new federal regulation implemented, two existing regulations must be eliminated.

In early May, the House of Representatives passed legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare.  The measure still has to go through the Senate, but at least the process to rid the nation of Obama’s crowning achievement has begun.

He has proposed tax reform, with key points being:

  1. A reduction of the corporate tax rate from 39.1% to 15%
  2. Year one total expensing of most equipment purchases
  3. Special one-time tax on repatriated monies held overseas
  4. Establishment of a territorial tax system eliminating double taxation for American companies
  5. Reduction of the seven current tax brackets to three, 10%, 25%, and 35%, as well as doubling the standard deduction
  6. The elimination of the Estate Tax
  7. Elimination of the deduction for state and local taxes, while keeping the charitable contributions and mortgage interest deductions
  8. Repeal of the Alternative Minimum Tax
  9. Repeal of the 3.8% Obamacare Tax

Just a word about number 3: A tax-free, one-time repatriation of after-tax monies now held overseas by U. S. corporations hiding from the 39.1% additional tax they would now pay bringing that money home is something we conservatives have been urging for years.  Today, companies feel it’s better business leaving cash earned and taxed abroad, overseas, out of Uncle Sam’s confiscatory understanding of corporate profits.

Some say this figure is as high as 2.5 trillion dollars, and enticing business to put that money to productive use here in America would juice the economy and create jobs by empowering businessmen to do the investing, unlike with Barry’s stimulus, which was more of a reward for unions and “Friends of Barack.”

Democrats believe that the government knows best how to spend our tax money – certainly better than any businessman, who during the eight years of enlightened progressive leadership has become synonymous with evil.

My personal favorite on the list of Trump’s successes is how he has behaved internationally.

On April 6, while having dinner with the Chinese premier, Xi Jinping, Trump ordered a cruise missile attack against the Assad regime in Syria in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack that killed women and children.

China led by Xi considers itself a potential military peer-level competitor with America.  Xi has been pushing poor Barry around for eight years.

There Xi is, his fork full of chocolate cake frozen in midair halfway to his mouth, a brown smudge of icing on his chin, staring into space as an aide whispers in his ear, telling him the U.S. has just attacked Syria.

Trump, with the hint of a smile says to him, “Enough about us.  Let’s talk about you.  How do you feel about our attack on Syria?  Another piece of cake?”

You have to admit that was the best use of 59 cruise missiles in the history of cruise missiles.  In one fell swoop, Trump sent a message to Russia, Iran, Syria, China, and North Korea.  Immediately afterward, China halted the purchase of North Korean coal, the Hermit Kingdom’s only source of hard currency, and started to move troops to the border between itself and North Korea.

It also showed the world that Barry is history, that there’s a new, stronger American president, unafraid to use military might in support of the nation’s interests.  No more bowing and scraping, and no more apologies.

I thought I would never say this about Donald Trump, but…brilliant!

The reception, red carpet and all, Trump received in Saudi Arabia was nothing short of revelatory, demonstrating how little respect the world had for Barack Obama and how much respect they have for a man of action.  Remember that the last time Obama went to China, they made him deplane from the rear of Air Force One.

The $100-billion-plus arms deal Trump signed during his visit is historic.  Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir declared, “We expect that these investments over the next ten years or so will provide hundreds of thousands of jobs in both the United States and in Saudi Arabia.  They will lead to a transfer of technology from the US to Saudi Arabia, enhance our economy and also enhance the American investments in Saudi Arabia, which already are the largest investments of anyone.”

Can anyone recall Obama ever in his eight years of being our president creating even one job?

Yes, Trump may be a narcissist, but he’s our narcissist.  I’ll take that any day over Obama, who was more of a world citizen acting as if he was doing us a favor being our president.

I first became aware of Donald Trump in the late seventies.  I was not impressed.  In fact, I didn’t like him.  I thought he was a braggart and a man who went out of his way to disrespect women.  I wouldn’t have said so at the time, but he was clearly a narcissist.

Growing up in an Italian neighborhood in the Bronx, I have been around men like him all my life.  They’re going to do this; they’re going to do that.  They have this; they have that.  I took him to be a person so full of himself that his company would be unbearable.

I didn’t give him much hope of winning the presidency, either, but as election day neared, friends would ask what I thought a Trump presidency would look like.  Forced at that point to think about it, I would say that as a businessman, at least he would make quality appointments to the power positions in his administration – you can’t run a successful business without being able to delegate authority to a strong team of employees.

As far as Trump’s narcissism, I’m not sure that hurts him as a president.  Sure, he could show better discretion with what he says – he does seem to have an almost Plaxico Burress-type dedication to shooting himself in the foot (see L’Affaire Comey).  Yet I think you need to have a certain amount of narcissism to be a successful president, although it doesn’t guarantee success.

Just look at our second-most recent president, a solipsist so narcissistic he actually thought his mere presence would slow the rise of the oceans and heal the planet.  Barry took narcissism to a new level, seemingly believing himself some kind of god, a belief fed by the nearly total hagiographic coverage he received from the Fourth Estate, our once nationally treasured free press, reduced to sycophantic (more like “sycofanatic”) exaltation of the “light bearer,” the man with the “crease.”

The difference between Barry’s narcissism and Trump’s is this: Trump is the guy who looks at the most beautiful girl at the party and says, “I can get her number.”  Barry would look at the same girl and say, “She wants me.”  Trump would then pursue the girl, and Barry would walk away, because obviously, she is not good enough for him, and besides, someone told him there’s a mirror in the next room.

In any case, while I didn’t hold out much hope of Trump winning the election, I wasn’t exactly terrified of a Trump presidency.

Of course, Trump could cure cancer, and the New York Times headline would be “Millions Die before Trump Acts.”  The newspapers (newspapers were something people used to buy on their way to work in the morning before Barry, back when there were jobs) have no use for Donald Trump, therefore you will never hear a word of credit given to the man for anything he ever does, no matter how efficacious.  It will never matter how much he succeeds; to the media, he will never be a success.

Yet I have to admit I am impressed with what he has done since assuming the mantle of the most powerful man on the planet.

He restarted the Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines, a surefire signal to the fossil fuel industry that they are no longer the enemy.  Reversing another of Barry’s foolish policies, he has opened the Atlantic and Pacific coasts as well as the Arctic Ocean to fossil fuel exploration.  In addition, he has shown rightful skepticism for global warming religious cultism, which demands we destroy our economy today to prevent something that may or may not happen in a hundred years.

He appointed Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and deftly allowed the Democrats to burn themselves to the ground, negating any possibility they might have ever had of stopping his next Supreme appointment.

Just as Obama talked up illegal immigration, Trump has talked it down, resulting in an astounding reduction in illegal border crossing.  Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said, “We’ve seen a dramatic reduction in illegal migration across the southwest border.  In fact, March apprehensions were 30 percent lower than February apprehensions and 64% lower than the same time [last] year.”

Unlike that petty scold Barry, Trump understands that onerous regulation stunts business growth.  Using his pen, his phone, and the Congressional Review Act, he has cut costly business regulations implemented in the frenetic closing days of Obama’s reign here on earth.  He also established a rule whereby for every new federal regulation implemented, two existing regulations must be eliminated.

In early May, the House of Representatives passed legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare.  The measure still has to go through the Senate, but at least the process to rid the nation of Obama’s crowning achievement has begun.

He has proposed tax reform, with key points being:

  1. A reduction of the corporate tax rate from 39.1% to 15%
  2. Year one total expensing of most equipment purchases
  3. Special one-time tax on repatriated monies held overseas
  4. Establishment of a territorial tax system eliminating double taxation for American companies
  5. Reduction of the seven current tax brackets to three, 10%, 25%, and 35%, as well as doubling the standard deduction
  6. The elimination of the Estate Tax
  7. Elimination of the deduction for state and local taxes, while keeping the charitable contributions and mortgage interest deductions
  8. Repeal of the Alternative Minimum Tax
  9. Repeal of the 3.8% Obamacare Tax

Just a word about number 3: A tax-free, one-time repatriation of after-tax monies now held overseas by U. S. corporations hiding from the 39.1% additional tax they would now pay bringing that money home is something we conservatives have been urging for years.  Today, companies feel it’s better business leaving cash earned and taxed abroad, overseas, out of Uncle Sam’s confiscatory understanding of corporate profits.

Some say this figure is as high as 2.5 trillion dollars, and enticing business to put that money to productive use here in America would juice the economy and create jobs by empowering businessmen to do the investing, unlike with Barry’s stimulus, which was more of a reward for unions and “Friends of Barack.”

Democrats believe that the government knows best how to spend our tax money – certainly better than any businessman, who during the eight years of enlightened progressive leadership has become synonymous with evil.

My personal favorite on the list of Trump’s successes is how he has behaved internationally.

On April 6, while having dinner with the Chinese premier, Xi Jinping, Trump ordered a cruise missile attack against the Assad regime in Syria in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack that killed women and children.

China led by Xi considers itself a potential military peer-level competitor with America.  Xi has been pushing poor Barry around for eight years.

There Xi is, his fork full of chocolate cake frozen in midair halfway to his mouth, a brown smudge of icing on his chin, staring into space as an aide whispers in his ear, telling him the U.S. has just attacked Syria.

Trump, with the hint of a smile says to him, “Enough about us.  Let’s talk about you.  How do you feel about our attack on Syria?  Another piece of cake?”

You have to admit that was the best use of 59 cruise missiles in the history of cruise missiles.  In one fell swoop, Trump sent a message to Russia, Iran, Syria, China, and North Korea.  Immediately afterward, China halted the purchase of North Korean coal, the Hermit Kingdom’s only source of hard currency, and started to move troops to the border between itself and North Korea.

It also showed the world that Barry is history, that there’s a new, stronger American president, unafraid to use military might in support of the nation’s interests.  No more bowing and scraping, and no more apologies.

I thought I would never say this about Donald Trump, but…brilliant!

The reception, red carpet and all, Trump received in Saudi Arabia was nothing short of revelatory, demonstrating how little respect the world had for Barack Obama and how much respect they have for a man of action.  Remember that the last time Obama went to China, they made him deplane from the rear of Air Force One.

The $100-billion-plus arms deal Trump signed during his visit is historic.  Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir declared, “We expect that these investments over the next ten years or so will provide hundreds of thousands of jobs in both the United States and in Saudi Arabia.  They will lead to a transfer of technology from the US to Saudi Arabia, enhance our economy and also enhance the American investments in Saudi Arabia, which already are the largest investments of anyone.”

Can anyone recall Obama ever in his eight years of being our president creating even one job?

Yes, Trump may be a narcissist, but he’s our narcissist.  I’ll take that any day over Obama, who was more of a world citizen acting as if he was doing us a favor being our president.”

Comment:   I am considerably older than the American Thinker writer above.  Yet,  I discovered Donald J. Trump through the national press about the same time and developed nearly the same assessments of the man….a wealthy New York brat who really enjoyed life in the faster lane than most Americans.   My prejudices against him increased as his divorces multiplied.  I didn’t then, and don’t now watch television.

And then there was that evening, August 6, 2015, when Our American Donald caught my attention and lit in me my adoration, and even now, my love for this American of Americans……the night he matched and conquered feminist sexist, Megyn Kelly, Fox Star at that time, regarding his disdain for certain disgusting American feminists of his day.   In two seconds he responded to her attack by regarding his disdain for these modern leftist foul fems as, “only” Rosie O’Donnell.

The entire audience, a majority the GOP enemy of this, Our Donald exploded in laughter.   Friend and foe alike knew exactly what Our Donald meant about an important core of today’s American CANCER…..the power of the PIG PEOPLE overwhelming our once honorable American Godfearing population.

Being a former public school teacher of Modern Problems early in my adult life, I wanted to know more about Our Donald than his divorces, his arrogance, his tone and talk, and the key to his incredible success in wagering with life.

I read a letter to the editor from his first wife in the Washington Post, now days Joseph Stalin’s Pravda for American leftists and other feminazis.   Despite her pain and memory from his past, she underscored the profound kindness as the core of the man….and that he LOVED HIS COUNTRY as a primary devotion in his life.

Those upon whom he has relied as a part of his business empire are from all walks of American life and respect him…..and remind “probers” all, he has always loved and worried about  his country.

Best of all, in my own personal view….I came to love Donald for his citizenship rather than being a today’s fascist, racist, sexist feminized Democrat, or a Country Club Republican reader of the Wall Street Journal.

To today’s Democrats of all colors, shapes, sizes and sexes, I am a ‘DEPLORABLE’…an American who  still works for a living….and still loves his democratic, but badly damaged by the fascist Left,  United States of America.

 

Schumer’s Con-artist Democrats Have Nothing to Offer by Lies and Leftism

Victor Davis Hanson: Whole Trump-Russia-Collusion Story Is A “Big Lie”

“Citing a term coined by Adolf Hitler in Mein Kampf, Hoover Institution scholar Victor Davis Hanson explains that the allegations that President Trump worked with the Russians in any way are a “big lie” created by the Democrats with no evidence.

TUCKER CARLSON: Professor, you’re saying that this whole thing is basically nonsense, is that what you’re saying?………”   Please continue below:

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2017/05/20/victor_davis_hanson_whole_trump-russia-collusion_story_is_a_big_lie.html

The Fascist Left’s Long Hand in Controlling News and “Learnings”

‘Last Man Standing’ was more than a show; it was a prophecy

by Steve Deace  at Conservative Review     (article sent by Mark Waldeland)

https://www.conservativereview.com/articles/last-man-standing-was-more-than-a-show-it-was-a-prophecy

Time for America to Confront the Democrat Party Fascist Left and Its Strangle Hold on Communication

It is certainly understandable that the American atheist, fascist Obamaling Democrat  savage Left is enjoying its total control over the nation’s press and indoctrination institutions called courts, school, and university.

There is a lot rotten in America’s “State of Denmark” in the left wing of the recently beaten Obama fascist, racist, sexist Democrat Party determined  to continue control the Presidency……feminist fangs, black racists and gangsters, the smug Hollywood millionaires and friends, 20 million or more illegal immigrants hidden and protected by taxpayer money in political cells called “Sanctuary Cities”  weren’t quite enough to con enough Americans to send that oily, noisy,  political slimy criminal, “Crooked” Hillary to the White House.   She should be sent to jail for her crimes against the State.

She’s free, however.   She’s a feminist, leftist Democrat…an Untouchable?

Our Donald was fairly, cleanly, honestly, Constitutionally elected to become the Nation’s 45th President…..and BEST yet, he is not a crooked Democrat, or sleazy Republican….but a businessman skilled at solving problems to build matter.

Over 90% of the American communications empire is grease-mouthed by the Charles Blows,  nearly all of television “news” at the level of Rachel Maddow, the Washington Post’s billionaire,  and the  Jake Tapper “boys” at CNN……folks of the same bath tub oils.    Then there are CBS, NBC, PBS, ABC,  and the Ninth District Courts politically, educationally crippled enough to make certain TRUTH AND FREEDOM OF SPEECH ARE LOST IN THE PAST to make room for the goons of their religion, their gods of feelings over Truth!

Will these Obama fascists join the NeverTrumpers…the Bushes et alia to sabotage our refreshing, America-loving, America built, Donald Trump…..or will one party fascism finally kill the United States of America?

OUR AMERICA IS IN TROUBLE, FOLKS.   The Charlie Schumer people of Communist George Soros land are leading our nation  to a Venezuela future!    PAY ATTENTION….AWAKE!  Please read the following article by Newt Gingrich!

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/05/18/gingrich-surrender-or-fight-our-country-is-at-stake.html

The Left’s War on Free Speech

by Kimberley Strassel  at  IMPRIMIS       (article sent by Mark Waldeland)

“The following is adapted from a speech delivered on April 26, 2017, at Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, D.C., as part of the AWC Family Foundation Lecture Series.

I like to introduce the topic of free speech with an anecdote about my children. I have three kids, ages twelve, nine, and five. They are your average, normal kids—which means they live to annoy the heck out of each other.

Last fall, sitting around the dinner table, the twelve-year-old was doing a particularly good job at this with his youngest sister. She finally grew so frustrated that she said, “Oliver, you need to stop talking—forever.” This inspired a volley of protests about free speech rights, and ended with them yelling “shut up” at each other. Desperate to stop the fighting and restore order, I asked each of them in turn to tell me what they thought “free speech” meant.

The twelve-year-old went first. A serious and academic child, he gave a textbook definition that included “Congress shall make no law,” an evocation of James Madison, a tutorial on the Bill of Rights, and warnings about “certain exceptions for public safety and libel.” I was happy to know the private-school fees were yielding something.

The nine-year-old went next. A rebel convinced that everyone ignores her, she said that she had no idea what “public safety” or “libel” were, but that “it doesn’t matter, because free speech means there should never be any restrictions on anything that anybody says, anytime or anywhere.” She added that we could all start by listening more to what she says.

Then it was the five-year-old’s turn. You could tell she’d been thinking hard about her answer. She fixed both her brother and sister with a ferocious stare and said: “Free speech is that you can say what you want—as long as I like it.”

It was at this moment that I had one of those sudden insights as a parent. I realized that my oldest was a constitutional conservative, my middle child a libertarian, and my youngest a socialist with totalitarian tendencies.

With that introduction, my main point today is that we’ve experienced over the past eight years a profound shift in our political culture, a shift that has resulted in a significant portion of our body politic holding a five-year-old’s view of free speech. What makes this shift notable is that unlike most changes in politics, you can trace it back to one day: January 21, 2010, the day the Supreme Court issued its Citizens United ruling and restored free speech rights to millions of Americans.

For nearly 100 years up to that point, both sides of the political aisle had used campaign finance laws—I call them speech laws—to muzzle their political opponents. The Right used them to push unions out of elections. The Left used them to push corporations out of elections. These speech laws kept building and building until we got the mack daddy of them all—McCain-Feingold. It was at this point the Supreme Court said, “Enough.” A five-judge majority ruled that Congress had gone way too far in violating the Constitution’s free speech protections.

The Citizens United ruling was viewed as a blow for freedom by most on the Right, which had in recent years gotten some free speech religion, but as an unmitigated disaster by the Left. Over the decades, the Left had found it harder and harder to win policy arguments, and had come to rely more and more on these laws to muzzle political opponents. And here was the Supreme Court knocking back those laws, reopening the floodgates for non-profits and corporations to speak freely again in the public arena.

In the Left’s view, the ruling couldn’t have come at a worse time. Remember the political environment in 2010. Democrats were experiencing an enormous backlash against the policies and agenda of the Obama administration. There were revolts over auto bailouts, stimulus spending, and Obamacare. The Tea Party movement was in full swing and vowing to use the midterm elections to effect dramatic change. Democrats feared an electoral tidal wave would sweep them out of Congress.

In the weeks following the Citizens United ruling, the Left settled on a new strategy. If it could no longer use speech laws against its opponents,  it would do the next best thing—it would threaten, harass, and intimidate its opponents out of participation. It would send a message: conservatives choosing to exercise their constitutional rights will pay a political and personal price……..

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The Left’s Fascist Control of the American Television Screen