• 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

Racism at the Supreme Court, Harvard, and Princeton?

Is the Ivy League’s Admission Bias a ‘Trade Secret’?

Princeton sues to block the government’s release of documents that could show discrimination.

by Jason Riley  at the Wall Street Journal:

Shortly after the Supreme Court’s dispiriting decision last year in Fisher v. University of Texas, which upheld the use of racial preferences in college admissions, Gallup released some encouraging poll results. More than 6 out of 10 white, black and Hispanic respondents said they disagreed with the ruling. And 7 in 10 people—including 76% of whites, 61% of Hispanics and 50% of blacks—said colleges should admit applicants based “solely on merit.”

Of course, the Supreme Court’s job is to interpret the commands of the Constitution, not opinion surveys. Still, the polling results are a reminder that the courts and the college administrators who cheered the ruling are much bigger fans of racial double standards than are the general public—even those who supposedly benefit from race-based affirmative action.

But the Gallup poll also illustrates how our national discussion of racial preferences in higher education has gotten so dated. Nowhere mentioned in the survey—and only glancingly referenced in the Fisher majority opinion written by Justice Anthony Kennedy—are Asian-Americans, though they are the country’s fastest-growing racial group and have become increasingly fed up with their treatment at elite colleges.

“The old paradigm of affirmative action being about white versus black has been completely upended,” says Edward Blum of Students for Fair Admissions, a group that opposes racial preferences. “California, Arizona, Texas, Florida—these are states that are becoming majority-minority, multiracial, multiethnic. We’re competing as different racial and ethnic groups that really have less and less meaning in our multiracial and multiethnic society.”

In 2006 Jian Li filed a complaint with the Education Department’s Office of Civil Rights after he was denied admission to Princeton University. Mr. Li, who emigrated from China at age 4, had a perfect score on the SAT and graduated in the top 1% of his high school class. He alleged that Princeton violated civil-rights laws banning discrimination on the basis of race, color and national origin. The complaint was initially rejected, but Mr. Li appealed and the government reopened the investigation in 2008. Seven years later, in 2015, the Obama administration, which strongly supported the use of racial preferences in college admissions and obviously took its sweet time reviewing Mr. Li’s case, issued a report exonerating Princeton.

Last year Mr. Blum’s organization filed a public records Freedom of Information Act request with the Education Department to gain access to the same documents that the federal government used to clear Princeton of any wrongdoing. Mr. Blum’s organization represents a group of Asian plaintiffs who are suing Harvard University over its admissions policies. The judge in that case has ordered Harvard to turn over six years of admissions records, and Mr. Blum suspects that the data will show that Harvard is unlawfully capping Asian enrollment.

America’s Asian population has exploded in recent decades, and Asian attendance at highly selective schools with colorblind admissions, such the California Institute of Technology and the University of California, Berkeley, reflects this demographic trend. At Harvard, however, the percentage of Asian undergrads has remained remarkably consistent for an institution that claims race is not a determining factor in who is admitted. Mr. Blum suspects that Princeton engages in similar shenanigans, but the school has been pressuring the Education Department to deny him the information that he requested more than a year ago.

Concerned that the government was finally going to fulfill the FOIA request, Princeton sued the Education Department on March 17 to block the release of the admissions documents. The suit argues that the material being sought is exempt from FOIA, a claim that the government has rejected. The school also maintains that releasing the data would compromise student privacy, and it likened its admissions process to “trade secrets” that, if exposed, would put Princeton at a competitive disadvantage in attracting students.

Don’t believe it. Admissions officers switch schools all the time, presumably taking knowledge of admissions procedures with them, and the criteria used by elite institutions to evaluate applicants is not the equivalent of an iPhone patent. Nor is student privacy an issue since names, addresses and other personal information can be redacted. Mr. Blum’s organization simply wants the number of Asians who have applied to Princeton, their SAT scores and grade-point averages, and other information that the school used to analyze applicants academically.

What really concerns Princeton is a potential discrimination lawsuit. What ought to concern the rest of us is the apparent determination of elite colleges to punish Asians students for their academic success. Asians have long been the forgotten victims of liberal affirmative-action schemes, subject to unwritten “just for Asian” admissions standards that recall the treatment of Jews in the first half of the 20th century. Princeton wants them to shut up about it. Let’s hope they don’t.

Appeared in the Mar. 29, 2017, print edition.

“Gorsuch Will Be Confirmed Next Friday!”……McConnell

McConnell: Gorsuch will be confirmed next Friday

by John Sexton  at HotAir:

“As Democrats continue to march toward a showdown in the Senate over the confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said today that Gorsuch would be confirmed next week.

“As you know, next Monday Gorsuch will come out of committee, will be on the floor of the Senate next week and confirmed on Friday,” McConnell told reporters Tuesday. He continued, “Judge Gorsuch, as you know, is extraordinarily well qualified. It’s almost amusing to watch our Democratic friends try to come up with some rationale for opposition. Several have suggested.

“Several have suggested that a Supreme Court Justice needs to get 60 votes. In fact, I think you already know, no Supreme Court Justice has ever been stopped with a partisan filibuster. There was one rather unusual exception, the Fortas nomination in 1968, ironically in the middle of a presidential election year in which both sides collaborated to stop the nomination. So no Supreme Court Justice has ever been stopped with a partisan filibuster.”

“That is obviously what the Democratic leader has announced they will do,” McConnell said. “We are optimistic that they will not be successful in keeping this good man from joining the Supreme Court very soon,” he concluded.

During a Q&A, McConnell was asked about the nuclear option and replied, “It will be really up to [Democrats] how the process to confirm Judge Gorsuch goes forward.” Asked if he had the votes to exercise the nuclear option, i.e. changing Senate rules to eliminate the filibuster, McConnell said, “I’m confident that he’ll be confirmed.” That’s about as close as you can come to stating that the nuclear option is going to happen without stating it outright.

Democrats don’t seem very hesitant to take this unprecedented step of a partisan filibuster against Judge Gorsuch, but Republicans seem just as confident he will be confirmed. The Associated Press reports Republican Senator Mike Rounds said today of the nuclear option, “A lot of us really hate the thought of using it. Nonetheless, it may very well be the ultimate outcome because one way or the other, we will have Judge Gorsuch on the bench.”

http://hotair.com/archives/2017/03/28/mcconnell-gorsuch-will-be-confirmed-next-friday/

How Long Must Our Universities be Savaged by Feminazis, Black Racists, and the Usual Marxist Gangs?

A Plan to Reform Our Failing Universities

by David Solway  at American Thinker:

“How can we save our universities from the rot that has invaded their precincts, eroding the traditional core of Western literary, cultural, scientific, technological, and professional instruction? What would such a makeover involve?

To begin with, Title IX should be abolished a.s.a.p. Originally intended to prevent sexual and racial discrimination — a well-intentioned but ill-conceived bipartisan measure signed into law in 1972 — Title IX has been corrupted beyond recognition, trampling due process in sexual harassment cases, feeding the campus rape panic, curtailing free speech rights in an effort to avoid “offense,” diluting the curriculum via “trigger warnings” and “microaggression” claims, establishing a culture of grievance, allowing talks and lectures by conservative speakers to be cancelled or disrupted, gutting men’s sports programs, and surrendering to the most absurd and untenable student demands. This abomination was promoted under the rubric of “equality” in a world where natural and imprescriptible inequalities abound in both the physical and intellectual domains. The casualties are merit and individuality. As R. B. Parish writes, in the name of equality our universities “renounce culture and strive to reduce everyone down to a common level… There must be no excellence.”

Additionally, measures should be taken to prevent universities from raising tuition fees irresponsibly (which, among other advantages, would also go a long way toward reducing unsustainable student debt). According to HSDC’s (Homeland Security Defense Coalition) annual report for 2016, the average cost of tuition fees in the U.S. is in the vicinity of $33,000 per academic year, rising in the elite universities to $60,000 and more. This is unacceptable. As I’ve written previously, “Tuition fees will need to come down, perhaps by decoupling Pell grants from tuition hikes,” and subsequently capped at a rate tied to inflation.

Universities will then have to devise ways of living within their means, by drastically shrinking administrative bloat, reducing professorial salaries by a percentage to be determined, and downsizing or eliminating Humanities departments that are either irrelevant or marginal, that is, courses of study that cannot deliver basic competence in reading and writing, knowledge of civics and history, familiarity with the classics of the Western tradition, and economic productivity……..”    Please continue reading below:

http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2017/03/a_plan_to_reform_our_failing_universities.html

Dem Fake News Folks reported from realclearpolitics

Trump: ‘We Learned a Lot’ From Health Care Debacle

by Alexis Simendinger  at realclearpolitics:

Dear readers:  Lefty Alexis represents reporting from the fascistic wing of American politics these days, the  Democratic Party now led by Schumer, Pelosi, Franken, Blumenthal, and feminists of all sexes, colors, shapes and sizes A through Z demanding every American be made equal along with 20,000,000 leftist illegal invaders.

Read carefully each sentence and the in between printed below at rcp.  Which of them bear any Truth whatsoever?  That Donald J. Truth, now President, said “We learned a lot from the health care debacle”, I am guessing, is one, perhaps the only bit of Truth woven into the article.

But, was it a debacle?   Do you think for a moment Our Donald has given up on the matter?    Think of  the collapse of ObamaCare, both in exercise and in finance, as a piece of property in the free market, property not cherished in particular because of its own value, but vital to own for its location.

In a fascist state,  the one cherished today by the feminists, black racists,  the invading Hispanics and the  homespun   Jewish habitual  Left, all   now controlling the  American university and school,  whose every vote local or national,  legal or illegal,  Democrats need to fulfill their single-Party dictatorship already achieved in  California, controlling the language is essential in building a united, obedient, uneducated  population mass dependent upon the State, for voting fodder.

Read carefully the following article typical of most things written for rcp readings.    What is cherished?   What is really True?  Who are the winners and losers.  Where is the proof?

Was the GOP withdrawal  of the Paul Ryan ObamaCare replacement bill a disaster or mere propaganda?  for whom?  Pick out the sentences, the put downs, are they true?  ObamaCare is the health plan leftist Democrats worship.   Do you think for a moment Our Donald Trump won’t campaign to remind the world of its cancers and who arranged them as health care?

Today’s American press coverage of the Trump administration thus far is written  by SINGLE PARTY PREY…..that is, these propagandists are products of the leftist gangs running Journalism Departments and school from American coast to American coast.

Leading fascist of my younger days of life was stilted, snooty, boring, pompous, arrogant, single party leftist, Ted Koppel, at ABC of the then less dishonorable Democratic Party in America .  I was a Democrat then.  He was reliably repelling as an pompous ass, and  I suspect he still is.   Yet, I feel good from him for his shortcomings were so overwhelming,  he helped me discover Ronald Reagan.

American journalists are programmed to be mindless beyond their leftism.   Back in my radio years, I remember yawning listening to H.V. Kaltenborn, the Republican clone of  that Ted but far more boring than arrogant.   Besides, rainy evenings caused static on radio during the War years.  One couldn’t tell the difference between the static and H.V.’s tones from speech, perhaps a reason why so many folks were Democrats then.

Trump: ‘We Learned a Lot’ From Health Care Debacle

“Donald Trump campaigned to repeal and replace Obamacare in his first 100 days in the White House. He boasted of wielding a businessman’s negotiating skills alongside a determined GOP commitment to upend the old ways of Washington with conservative governance.

But on Friday, his 64th day as president, Trump swallowed his first legislative defeat, after House Republicans balked at passing a health care measure they came to view as flawed and too politically radioactive to embrace before next year’s midterm elections.

“I’m disappointed,” the president told reporters. “I’m a little surprised, to be honest with you. We really had it. It was pretty much there within grasp.”

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — signed by President Obama and a survivor of two Supreme Court decisions and more than five dozen GOP efforts to repeal it — remains the law of the land.

The public-private coverage system created in 2010, which benefits a minority of all Americans but touches all of the health care system, will eventually “explode,” Trump predicted. “It’s going to have a very bad year,” he told reporters in the Oval Office after he and House Speaker Paul Ryan opted to yank the doomed GOP replacement bill from the House floor.

Ryan chalked up his conference’s dramatic flameout to “the growing pains of governing.”

Trump, at least initially, blamed congressional Democrats for standing together against the Republicans’ repeal effort, forcing the GOP to pursue complicated legislative procedural steps that navigated around Democratic opposition, which one frustrated lawmaker compared to trying to shove a camel through a keyhole.

“I think the losers are Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, because now they own Obamacare,” the president said.

(Trump never met with any Democratic lawmakers to seek their ideas before launching the repeal and replace endeavor after January.)

Obamacare, on its own, Trump continued, is teetering in some states in which private insurance policy choices in the federally subsidized marketplaces are evaporating. Premium prices have escalated, and deductibles soared, often rendering policy choices unaffordable for those who can’t access insurance through employers, are not seniors on Medicare, and for the working class whose incomes are too high to qualify for state-based Medicaid.

Asked if he sought to remedy some of those Obamacare problems in the interim (as his predecessor recommended he do during private conversations months ago), the former New York businessman said he was eager to put health care behind him and move to tax reform– another policy-heavy endeavor that in the past has required years, rather than months, of congressional labors.

Failing to enact health care legislation complicates Trump’s tax-cutting ambitions on several levels, White House officials conceded. To underwrite the revenue lost with potential tax cuts, the administration hoped to use savings achieved by repealing the Affordable Care Act.

Trump said he had long predicted that Obamacare would crater, and he boasted he would be proven correct.

“There’s not much you can do to help it,” the president said of the law, which his Department of Health and Human Services is charged with implementing. HHS could make limited alterations under its regulatory authority attached to the Affordable Care Act’s existing provisions, and Trump could work with lawmakers of both parties to craft new piecemeal legislation this year. But he made no specific commitments.

The president sought to save face, arguing he had done everything he could to pass legislation through the House, even if the patched-together product was not entirely to his liking by the end of the week. The demise of the bill presented an opportunity, he argued.

“Both parties can get together and do real health care; that’s the best thing,” the president said. “I think having bipartisan [legislation] would be a big, big improvement,” Trump added. “I think that this is going to end up being a very good thing.”

But in an afternoon phone conversation with the New York Times, the president sounded eager to abandon health care, rather than persist. “It’s enough already,” he said of the negotiations, which the White House noted had included meetings, visits, and telephone calls with more than 120 lawmakers just in the run-up to the anticipated vote this week.

Health care’s policy complexities, which the president never described to his audiences during his recent speeches and rallies, and internecine party politics swamped Trump from the moment he said the White House would have its own repeal and replacement plan. In a hurry, he switched gears early this month and celebrated the Ryan-crafted bill as “the plan,” after the speaker posted it online on a Monday night.

Trump’s labors to overhaul the Affordable Care Act lasted just three weeks. Obama’s efforts, which included both parties before every Republican voted against it, took 18 months.

Health care has been a graveyard for political ambitions for decades. The Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act, later repealed, was a political disaster in 1988 and 1989 that provoked irate elderly constituents to blast President Reagan and chase former House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dan Rostenkowski through an Illinois parking lot while television cameras captured every frame. The Clintons failed to get their secretly constructed universal coverage plan to a vote in 1994, and Hillary Clinton’s opponents used it as a weapon against her in 2008 and 2016.

Mitt Romney pioneered what became a model for Obamacare in Massachusetts as governor, and later turned his back on his own plan as a presidential candidate in 2012. Obama and Democrats initially exulted in 2010 that they would run and win elections on the ACA benefits. Seven years later, the law expanded coverage to an estimated 20 million Americans, reduced the ranks of the uninsured, and “bent the cost curve” of rising health care costs — but it also cost Democrats dearly in four straight election cycles because public opinion remains split.

Trump now has his own health care headstone. The failure Friday challenged everything he celebrated over half a century of brand building: the art of the deal, the dynamics of human behavior, and the ability to achieve a desired outcome on the basis of salesmanship and fears.

Trump said the lessons he drew from such a prominent flop were mixed. He had put two former House members in his Cabinet to navigate the shoals: Tom Price as HHS secretary and Mick Mulvaney as director of the Office of Management and Budget. Trump embraced Ryan’s bill. He instructed Congress that they must link repeal of the ACA to replacement, to occur together. And Trump championed a plan with House Republicans that was supposed to have three phases: the legislation that on Friday died in the House; deregulation accomplished through HHS; and separate health care-related measures that would have required 60 votes in the Senate later on (viewed as a fantasy because Democrats would not collaborate under those terms).

The president also understood that the bill he hoped the House would pass would never clear the Senate, complicating the political stakes for House Republicans who chafed at the more moderate instincts presented by their colleagues in the upper chamber.

While the president met privately with scores of lawmakers, interest groups and stakeholders, he promised Americans a “big, beautiful negotiation,” but offered no details of what Washington was cooking up. It became clear that Trump’s campaign vows that Americans would not lose their coverage, and that an Obamacare replacement would offer higher quality care at lower costs, had changed. During March, the White House softened Trump’s boasts: the new spin became consumer “choice” and “access” to health insurance.

Trump’s job approval poll numbers dipped below 40 percent in several surveys conducted in March, and the president began openly telling the public that he was anxious to move on to tax reform, which he viewed as more fruitful and less politically painful.

It was Ryan who arrived at the White House at midday to tell Trump the House GOP conference did not have 216 votes to pass the measure. Trump later praised the speaker and declined to blame him for the party’s explosive failure. Ryan talked with the president, whose instincts are usually to roll the dice, about whether lawmakers should be compelled to go on the record with their votes Friday afternoon, even if the bill went down. Ryan recommended against that drama, and the president agreed the bill should be pulled from the floor.

“It certainly was an interesting period of time,” Trump said a few hours later. “We all learned a lot. We learned a lot about loyalty. We learned a lot about the vote-getting process. We learned a lot about some very arcane rules in obviously both the Senate and in the House. … Certainly, for me, it’s been a very interesting experience.”

Alexis Simendinger covers the White House for RealClearPolitics. She can be

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2017/03/25/trump_we_learned_a_lot_from_health_care_debacle_133435.html#2

The Fascist Left Rule at ….. ……realclearpolitics

Saturday, March 25 at LEFTIST realclearpolitics

The Fascism in Today’s Soup of Sour Americans

After eight years of Socialist-Fascist Saul Alinsky’s antiAmerican  student, Barack Hussein Obama’s leftist reign over the United States of America as the struggling nation’s  president, how are we Americans doing?

“Well?”  Or, “well” we now have Obama’s  leftist fascist Democrat Party filled with human hyenas, bodies and noises,  led by  New Yorker, Charles Schumer….at one time an honorable Jewish Senator from New York who now  controls the voting habits of 200 plus Congressional unAmericans slavishly obeying his dictates to sabotage the faithful and fair elected American Congress and Presidency whenever and where ever possible.

This is a  new brand of fascism for our America.

Most of my 83 years of life have been spent in our  democratic nation led by  two major democracy oriented political parties who, once in Washington, were able and employed men generally well educated or at least well  learned in their field, Godfearing,  and determined to solve problems as citizens of one Nation.

The believed in the Federal Constitution, were JudeoChristians, did not smoke or chew  marijuana, or distribute their sex in any number of directions.  Few, if any were ‘illegal’; nearly none  uneducated, troubled foreign speakers from  in or out of the illegal drug trade, invading the country with bodies filling fascist ‘Sanctuary Cities’ by the millions, stored  where they are nursed and trained to vote and sell things fascist Democrat forever.

Until the sex, drug, atheist, ‘student’, antiWar, antiAmerican  rebellions beginning in the 1960s, Americans were American…..with the exception of communists and extreme socialists like Howard Zin, Noam Chomsky, Alan Dershowitz who proudly wrecked the  once honorable American Civil Liberty Union…..and my today’s American  hero, but then a half century ago communist, David Horowitz,  before his enlightening conversion to seek, preach,  and defend freedom for America with  wisdom and foresight similar to  of the JudeoChristian thinkers and  forefathers who laid out the building blocks to create the foundation for the American experiment with Liberty,  In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum…..Thank you, Dennis Prager.

Yes, until recently, that is, roughly over the last forty years,  Americans of political or any other note  were usually  white and male…..and thank God, none  were  ditzy-chicks, until  the  Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan, and Andrea Dworkin crowd gave us  Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and Barbra Boxer and forty or more by numbers of their ilk in Congress, in print, at college from coast to coast, and  at NBC, CBS, MSNBC, PBS, ABC of all sexes, colors, shapes and sizes.

These leftist Democrat folks, at least the ones still living,  cherish their fascism.  They enroll whenever to do whatever to sabotage American freedom and honesty.   Their atheism guides them….since there is nothing particularly good, there is room for nearly everything bad…..in their lust to gain fascist power.

Today,  as I write this note to you, our American Republican  Party is scheduled to be voting on some kind of health care replacement program  for the leftist fascistic creation of collapsing Obamacare….. dictated by    former president Barack Hussein Obama in 2009 as an  introduction to control America by uniting feminists, black racists, immigrant Hispanics, (the more illegal the freer, the  better, leftist Jews, the usuals,  and other established urban wealthy and those who drink fascist Starbuck coffee into one political party for their better fascist one party built America forever.

Unlike today’s fascist Democrats, Republicans still squabble over matters, details vital to the survival of  any nation devoted to free expression.   Fascists, both Democrats everywhere  and the several at Fox and the some at  Wall Street Journal don’t trust squabble.   They prefer yesterday’s Germanic certainty…and one Party conquers all:  The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Post, Boston Globe, Minneapolis Strib, Chicago Tribune, etcetera, are  all the same print and noise:  all  HATE anything new, (even Fox News)….it’s too democratic, too foreign,  too freedom-oriented, too open to new, perhaps better ideas from new folks….THEY ARE CREATURES OF HABIT, HATE THE UNKNOWN……..and what happened to their  fascistic habits of today’s America this yesterday’s  November 8, 2016?

“Businessman” DONALD J. TRUMP arrived…..and has upset fascism in academic America, journalistic America,  black racist America,  feminism America,  socialist America, in the FOREIGNERS’ INVASIONS of America, and has profoundly disturbed the fascists selling the  Democrat Party to America.

I do not yet know  the result of today’s House vote regarding the future of our Nation’s foul Obamacare “health system”, or  its replacement.  I still belong to the same Health Care system begun as “Group Health” more than 50 years ago and raised my family when doctors were real doctors, not secretaries as they seem to be today….

The Left’s establishment is thrilled,  certain Donald J. Trump has messed up the mess which their hero, the foreigner, but suave, clever, devious Obama had dishonestly sold and  created eight years ago.  They cheer at the prospect that in nearly every corner of the country’s communication system Donald J. Trump has failed to perform.    His approval ratings, their cartels  tell us, are around 38%.

We love you Donald….Just as you are….Help rid America of FAKE NEWS!

Postscript:  President Trump this afternoon apparently withdrew the Obamacare replacement piece for lack of vote to carry Ryancare on  to the Senate.   Good….Ryancare deserved to disappear.   Naturally, fake news at CNN, MSNBC, and so on, will claim this event is proof of the weakness of the 45th American president to control his flock.  Unlike today’s fascist Democrats, Republicans usually vote as individuals rather than force to vote as flocks.

Prior to the arrival of America’s first neofascist to the White House, Republicans and Democrats were not afraid of working out important legislation together.  That is what I was used to seeing until this Hun showed up to run the White House.

ObamaCare was made law entirely by Democrat Party votes by demand…..Remember the loon of loons, Nancy Pelosi’s reminder that ObamaCare had to be passed before we saw what was in the bill.

For Obamaling review of the event above, please read a lefty reaction below:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/powerpost/house-leaders-prepare-to-vote-friday-on-health-care-reform/2017/03/24/736f1cd6-1081-11e7-9d5a-a83e627dc120_story.html?utm_term=.a57039ff1be5

How Do Christians Survive in an American Educational System Devoted to Atheism, Feminism, Black Racism and Open Borders?

…..   besides aiding and supporting   the Donald?

Mark Waldeland sent the following article from the Stream:

Christians Should Not Surrender the Fight for Our Culture

by Michael Brown  at  the Stream:

As Christians, we must let our light shine before an onlooking, skeptical, and mocking world.

“Whenever I hear Christian leaders talk about the inevitable collapse of the church of America (or elsewhere) I ask myself, “But hasn’t Jesus risen from the dead? Didn’t He ascend to the right hand of the Father? Hasn’t all authority in heaven and earth been given to Him? And aren’t we commanded to go and make disciples in His name and by His authority?”

If so, how then we can speak of any inevitable collapse of the church (or, specifically, of Christian society), regardless of how inevitable that collapse appears to human eyes?

I therefore differ strongly with conservative journalist Rod Dreher who has written, “The culture war that began with the Sexual Revolution in the 1960s has now ended in defeat for Christian conservatives. … Don’t be fooled: the upset presidential victory of Donald Trump has at best given us a bit more time to prepare for the inevitable” (my emphasis; from his new book The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation)……..”  Please do read on:

https://stream.org/christians-should-not-surrender-the-fight-for-our-culture/