The New York Times has a new marketing campaign: "The truth is more important now than ever." pic.twitter.com/FLPPIozpXn— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 23, 2017
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Okay. I fixed the last part for them.
Adult Leadership: Trump reverses Obama guidelines that promoted schools allowing boys to shower with girls
If you think it's a good idea to #ProtectTransKids by making high school showers co-ed, you must be a 15 year-old boy. No sane adult would think this was a good idea, but we are talking about policies instituted by liberals.
AP) — Transgender students on Wednesday lost federal protections that allowed them to use school bathrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identities, as the Trump administration stepped into a long-simmering national debate.The administration came down on the side of states’ rights, lifting Obama-era federal guidelines that had been characterized by Republicans as an example of overreach.Without the Obama directive, it will be up to states and school districts to interpret federal anti-discrimination law and determine whether students should have access to restrooms in accordance with their expressed gender identity and not just their biological sex.“This is an issue best solved at the state and local level,” Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said. “Schools, communities and families can find – and in many cases have found – solutions that protect all students.”
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
The poster child for term limits...
Rep. @MaxineWaters: Trump friends and advisors with ties to Russia are "a bunch of scumbags" #inners https://t.co/L8EBBvAQ3i— All In w/Chris Hayes (@allinwithchris) February 22, 2017
Sunday, February 19, 2017
Kentucky has one good senator. His name is Rand Paul. Paul also has a decent plan to repeal and replace Obamacare by mostly letting the free market work.
Via The Washington Examiner:
Via The Washington Examiner:
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., on Sunday warned against taking seriously comments his Senate colleague John McCain of Arizona made on Saturday, in which the Arizona lawmaker compared President Trump's actions toward the press to "how dictators get started."
"The thing is, I don't agree with his analysis and applying that to the president," Paul told Jon Karl, guest host of ABC's "This Week." "Everything that [McCain] says about the president is colored by his own personal dispute he's got running with President Trump and it should be taken with a grain of salt, because John McCain's the guy that's advocated for war everywhere. He would bankrupt the nation."
John McCain recorded a Tokyo Rose-style propaganda message - See more at: http://www.trunews.com/article/john-mccains-1969-tokyo-rose-propaganda-recording-released#sthash.u3Wr6B6l.dpufJohn McCain once recorded a Tokyo Rose-style propaganda message. Audio here.
John McCain claims Trump
suppressing criticizing the press is how dictators get started.
'That's how dictators get started': @SenJohnMcCain defends the free press in exclusive @MeetThePress interview pic.twitter.com/yUINj0plIU— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) February 18, 2017
Well, look who wants to become a dictator. Can you imagine the McCain outrage if Donald Trump had ever said this?
In Des Moines Register Interview, John McCain aspires to be a Dictator
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
The race for the dumbest Democrat just keeps heating up.
Monday, February 13, 2017
Sometimes you just gotta be free to express yourself. 😍✨🎶 thank you to all of my supporter… https://t.co/08AGXxG5zy pic.twitter.com/S286YuONhE— Joy Villa (@Joy_Villa) February 13, 2017
Saturday, February 11, 2017
Watch the slow motion via the Officer's body cam. This happened in Baltimore. The 18-year-old suspect did not survive.
WARNING GRAPHIC- Police-Involved Shooting 2.6.17
Thursday, February 9, 2017
Via Daily Caller:
The White House is finishing an executive order that would instruct the Pentagon to send Islamic State detainees to Guantanamo Bay.
The Obama administration notably refused to send ISIS fighters captured in the fight to the detention facility, but for President Donald Trump, it’s imperative to take high-level radical Islamic terrorists out of the fight, The New York Times reports.
For some, the order could function as a de facto tripwire because it could allow federal judges to rule on whether the war against ISIS is actually legal, since Congress has declined to offer any explicit authorization. Instead, the Obama administration has relied on war authorization granted in 2001, saying that the fight against ISIS is just a continuation of the fight against al-Qaida and the Taliban.
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Unbelievable! Democrats think Muslims are mistreated here more than Christians in Muslim countries...
Democrats fall into two groups, the misinformed and the deranged. There is significant overlap between the groups.
Most voters agree that Christians living in Muslim-majority countries are mistreated for their religion. But Democrats are more likely to think Muslims are mistreated in America than to think Christians are persecuted in the Islamic world...
Fifty-six percent (56%) of Democrats, however, believe most Muslims in this country are mistreated, a view shared by only 22% of Republicans and 39% of voters not affiliated with either major party. Fewer Democrats (47%) think most Christians are mistreated in the Islamic world, compared to 76% of GOP voters and 64% of unaffiliateds.
Sunday, February 5, 2017
Wait for the end...
What the media, Democrats and Hollywood have wrought: 6th grader beat up for Make America Great hat...
When you sow disorder on the level the media, Democrats and Hollywood have, you reap civil war.
Via NY Daily News:
Via NY Daily News:
A Missouri sixth-grader wearing the iconic red baseball cap made famous during President Trump’s campaign became the center of a school bus scuffle after students ganged up on him for his choice of headgear.
In cellphone video of the incident obtained by News 4, students en route to their Parkway school can be heard arguing with the 12-year-old over his “Make America Great Again” hat and some of Trump’s proposed plans.
“You want to build a wall?” one student yells in the clip. “You want to build a f–king wall?”
Things quickly escalated from there, the unnamed 12-year-old said.
At one point, he just got so frustrated he pushed me,” the sixth-grader told the news station. “And then he kept hitting me and backing me up by the window of the bus, and so I just had to push him out.”
A spokesperson for the Parkway School District said the altercation was investigated and that all students involved have faced “consequences.”
Keep on reading…
Thursday, February 2, 2017
2nd Amendment Heroes: House Republicans move to scrap background checks for disabled Social Security recipients
Hopefully, this is only the beginning of strengthening our 2nd Amendment rights.
The Republican-controlled House on Thursday took its first steps toward strengthening gun ownership under President Donald Trump, moving to scrap a requirement for background checks for disabled Social Security recipients mentally incapable of managing their own affairs.
The regulation, issued in the final months of President Barack Obama's term, is one of a handful congressional Republicans are rolling back, knowing they have a new ally in the White House. The Senate is poised to scuttle an Obama rule preventing coal mining debris from being dumped into nearby streams.
"In my home state of Kentucky and others across the nation, the Stream Buffer Rule will cause major damage to communities and threaten coal jobs," said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Via NY Post:
Lawyers for disgraced ex-pol Anthony Weiner are desperately trying to convince the feds not to slap him with a child pornography charge that could send him to the slammer for at least 15 years, according to a report Tuesday.
Weiner has been under investigation since it was reported last year that he sexted with an underage girl in North Carolina, and defense lawyers have been meeting with Manhattan federal prosecutors in a bid to minimize his potential punishment, sources told the Wall Street Journal.