Monday, January 30, 2017

57% of voters approve of President Trump’s temporary halt to refugees and visitors from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen

Democrats, media and Hollywood liberals still don't get the over half of us that live in flyover country.

Via Rasmussen:
Most voters approve of President Trump’s temporary halt to refugees and visitors from several Middle Eastern and African countries until the government can do a better job of keeping out individuals who are terrorist threats.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 57% of Likely U.S. Voters favor a temporary ban on refugees from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen until the federal government approves its ability to screen out potential terrorists from coming here. Thirty-three percent (33%) are opposed, while 10% are undecided.
Similarly, 56% favor a temporary block on visas prohibiting residents of Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen from entering the United States until the government approves its ability to screen for likely terrorists. Thirty-two percent (32%) oppose this temporary ban, and 11% are undecided.

Unintended Hilarity: Winona Ryders face expressions at SAG AWARDS 2017

Oh my...


Friday, January 27, 2017

The swamp level is a little lower today

Patrick Kennedy was heavily involved in the Benghazi disaster. 
Washington (CNN)Two senior administration officials said Thursday that the Trump administration told four top State Department management officials that their services were no longer needed as part of an effort to "clean house" at Foggy Bottom.
Patrick Kennedy, who served for nine years as the undersecretary for management, Assistant Secretaries for Administration and Consular Affairs Joyce Anne Barr and Michele Bond, and Ambassador Gentry Smith, director of the Office for Foreign Missions, were sent letters by the White House that their service was no longer required, the sources told CNN.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Mexican Stand-off

Trump keeps his first Mexican out of the U.S. and he hasn't even built the wall yet.


Friday, January 20, 2017

Video: Full Donald Trump Speech at the Lincoln Memorial Concert - Inauguration Eve


Poll: Up to 28% of federal workers may leave because of President Trump (Oh, goody)

This would go a long way toward Making America Great Again. 
According to a new poll conducted by GovExec.com and the independent Government Business Council, 28 percent of federal workers say they are or at least might be "considering leaving the federal service" because of Donald Trump's election. This is actually up from 25 percent who said the same in February when asked about the possibility that Trump might be elected.
Fourteen percent said that yes, they are considering it, and the same share said "maybe" they are. Of this combined 28 percent, just over half said they are "eligible for retirement and [might] retire earlier than planned," meaning they might be serious about this.