Saturday, June 11, 2016

This Video Will Get Donald Trump Elected — if it Goes Viral

This is why Donald Trump should be president - June 9, 2016

The American people need to realize that Donald J. Trump is our last hope. He is the only person who is capable of saving America and the Western World as a whole from falling into the depths of despair due to globalist agendas and a crippling political correctness era.
These clips show Donald Trump from all the way back in 1986 up until present day, and they do a fantastic job at demonstrating the kind of person Trump is, and why he deserves to be the next president.
Time stamps to each segment:
* 1980 Rona Barrett Interview
* 1987 Oprah Interview 00:47
* 1988 GOP Convention 01:58
* 1989 Interview 02:55
* 1991 C-Span Interview 04:59
* 1999 Press Interview 06:05
* 2004 CNN Interview 06:27
* 2007 Larry King Live 07:00
* 2011 Steve Forbes Interview 07:27
* 2012 CNN Comments on Romney 09:08
* 2012 CNBC Interview on Economy 09:22
* 2014 Speaking at CPAC 11:18
* 2015 Press Event 14:17
Dave Lizamore's photo.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Donald and his Wall.....Read this from "The DiploMad"

The Donald and The Judge   Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Just a quick post on what political correctness and "identity politics" have wrought.

Donald Trump is in warm water for his comments on Gonzalo Curiel, the judge handling the lawsuit against Trump University. Trump, perhaps in a poor choice of words to say the least, questioned the judge's ability to be impartial in the case because of his Mexican ancestry and, of course, because Trump wants to build a border wall.

Another "WRONG ADDRESS" Happens all too often.......Dead for nothing !

Homeowner shot after Georgia police went to wrong home dies By JEFF MARTIN, Associated Press

ATLANTA A Georgia homeowner shot in the neck after police went to the wrong house has
died, a lawyer for the family said Friday.
William Powell, 63, died Thursday afternoon at Atlanta Medical Center, attorney Keith Martin said.
A preliminary review of the 911 call indicates the three officers who responded had gone to the wrong home and showed up at Powell's house, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said.
Powell was armed with a gun and was shot in the neck by Sgt. Patrick D. Snook, the GBI said in a report.
Snook is on paid leave, the standard protocol in such cases, Henry County police Capt. Joey Smith said.
Powell had grabbed the gun for protection, not knowing who might be outside in the dark of night, Martin said. A nearby home had been burglarized just two weeks before the shooting, he added.


This Time, Trump's Not the Problem  Mark Davis Posted: Jun 10, 2016

This Time, Trump's Not the Problem
   When Republicans have a severe communications mishap, all conservatives should be concerned about getting the situation righted as soon as possible.
   If someone seeking to speak for all Republicans commits a seething unforced error, it must be addressed promptly so that voters know they can expect better moving forward.
I am referring, of course, to Paul Ryan.
   Sure, Donald Trump could have been more precise in his complaint about Judge Gonzalo Curiel. Something like this: “The Judge’s ethnicity poses no problem in and of itself. But there is an appearance of compromised impartiality based on racial politics— the judge’s membership in a pro-amnesty lawyers’ association is in direct conflict with my campaign policies.”
   What would that take, ten seconds? Fine-tuning Trump’s phraseology is easy. Far more pressing is the issue of key Republicans choosing to lie about our presumptive nominee.
Senators Lindsey Graham and Mark Kirk issued a dual gasp, joined by Governor John Kasich and others in a collective recoil over the perceived affront to this unassailable judge. From Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on down, suggestions swirled that the judge deserved an apology.


SURE... tear down any and all Confederate statues and memorials and put up BLACK ones

Philadelphia to honor black activist with City Hall statue   AP News  Jun 10, 2016

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A black Philadelphia activist, educator and writer called "the Martin Luther King Jr. of the 19th century" will be honored at City Hall with a statue and sculpture.
Octavius V. Catto moved to the city with his family in 1844 from South Carolina. He graduated valedictorian of his class from the newly founded Institute for Colored Youth, later Cheyney University, the nation's first historically black college.
The installation will include a 12-foot bronze statue of Catto and five granite pillars behind him.
The $1.5 million monument is titled "A Quest for Parity" and is expected to be complete by late 2016.
Catto was fatally shot by Irish protesters seeking to keep blacks from voting on Oct. 10, 1871, the first Election Day in which African-Americans were allowed to vote.

Oh Boy: Was A National Security Position Given As Payback To A Clinton Foundation Donor? Matt Vespa Jun 10, 2016

Oh Boy: Was A National Security Position Given As Payback To A Clinton Foundation Donor?
It seems as if anything is up for sale if you give enough money to the Clinton Foundation, even positions on a national security intelligence board that has access to top-secret information. Meet Rajiv K. Fernando, a big donor to Clinton, Democrats, and the family foundation, was given a spot on the State Department’s International Security Advisory Board in 2011, even though he had zero experience in the field. He has since resigned from the board after ABC News launched an inquiry into his appointment. The first thing that they asked for from the State Department was his resume. Emails obtained by Citizens United after a 2-year Freedom of Information Act battle with the State Department showed that Clinton’s staffers were instructed to “stall” and “protect the name” of Mrs. Clinton from the news organization’s review of this appointment. One member told ABC, “We had no idea who he was.”
ABC News’ Brian Ross was threatened with arrest for merely asking Fernando about his appointment during the 2012 Democratic National Convention. He added that Clinton promised Foundation donors would not be given special treatment during her confirmation hearings to become secretary of state (via ABC News)
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Flashback: Oh, That Time Obama Said Hillary Would 'Say Anything To Get Elected' and 'Change Nothing'  Matt Vespa   Jun 10, 2016
Flashback: Oh, That Time Obama Said Hillary Would 'Say Anything To Get Elected' and 'Change Nothing'
President Obama has done what many have already projected he would do: endorse Hillary Clinton for president. He’s the leader of the Democratic Party, Clinton has won the primary, and it’s the logical thing to do if you, as a Democratic president, want to jump into the 2016 to help your fellow party member beat Donald Trump in the fall. At the same time, let’s take a trip down memory lane, which I’m sure Trump and other Republicans have done, to when then-Sen. Obama pretty much called Clinton a political opportunist, who "would say anything to get elected" and “change nothing.”

Rather see Kasich than Cruz or Rubio.........

Did Donald Trump Just Give A Hint As To Who Will Be His Vice President?

Now that Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee, his next major decision will be selecting a running mate.
With Trump, anything is possible.
But in a recent interview, he dropped some clues as to who he will consider selecting.
Appearing on Fox News Channel’s The O’Reilly Factor, Trump was asked if he would consider former rivals Ted Cruz, John Kasich or Marco Rubio as his running mate.
Each has their strengths and their weaknesses as a Vice Presidential pick.
But they all appear to be legitimate candidates based on Trump’s assertion he is looking for a “political person” to be the number two on his ticket.
When asked if he could name Cruz after the very personal turn the campaign took in recent weeks, Politico reports Trump’s response:


Jeff Sessions: "Walls Weren't Built in Jerusalem to Keep People In"  Justin Holcomb Posted: Jun 10, 2016

Jeff Sessions: "Walls Weren't Built in Jerusalem to Keep People In"

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Trump promises to build a wall at the border. Are you for or against his plan? And how will he pay for it ?
Well how about know those 8 foot high, concrete "fences" (sound barriers) they put up alongside every bit of highway they possibly can. You know, the ones they put up to where you can't drive anywhere and be able to SEE A TREE. Well quit erecting those things and use that money to build the wall. Billions of dollars saved....should be more than enough to build the border wall. No job loss, let those who erect the "sound barriers" build the WALL.
And a big PLUS...we get to see trees, bushes, flowers and grass alongside the highways again
Proud to be an American's photo.

BREAKING: Truckers Across Country Hit With Bad News as Obama Burns Everything Down   June 8, 2016

President Barack Obama’s lackluster economy struck another victory for failure this Monday when Freightliner Trucks, a truck manufacturer and subsidiary of Daimler Trucks North America, announced plans to layoff an additional 800 plant employees in North Carolina.
   “The cuts — 600 at the Mount Holly plant and 200 at the Gastonia Freightliner parts and distribution facility — will be effective on or before July 1, the Portland, Ore.-based company says,” reported the Charlotte Business Journal.
The reason for the cuts was an expected 15 percent slowdown in retail sales. Moreover, this was the second cutback this year, as Freightliner had laid off an additional 2,186 plant workers nationwide at the start of the year.
And yet Obama wants us to believe the economy is booming? I think not.
According to the Gaston Gazette, however, there may be some good news for these laid off employees.
   “Once the market rebounds, those people should be called back,” Mount Holly City Manager Danny Jackson told the paper.
That sounds great in theory, except that both the market and the economy in general are poised to keep getting worse. This means that those callbacks are very unlikely to occur anytime soon, especially if either socialist curmudgeon Bernie Sanders or career criminal Hillary Clinton become our next president.
   So long as we continue on a trajectory abound with even more unnecessary regulations and anti-business legislation as ascribed by Obama, those jobs just aren’t coming back, period. Neither are the jobs lost at numerous other manufactures such as Chrysler and Ford Motor Co.
If anything, these jobs are headed elsewhere — like, say, Mexico, for instance. Speaking of which, the Charlotte Business Journal added that one of Freightliner’s “truck plants in Mexico escaped the latest workforce reductions.”



Former student Tarla Makaeff is suing Trump University claiming that she didn't receive her money's worth, but that's not what she said in 2008 when she was taking classes at Trump University.

Watch this video to see what she had to say about the program:


I hesitate to post this story.....I don't want it to have any truth whatsoever, but I will post and you can make up your own minds....TRUE OR FALSE ???

Is Donald Trump Running a False Flag Campaign to Help Hillary Clinton?   J.K. Trotter

Donald Trump, the 69-year-old New York real estate mogul and unrepentant bigot, continues to dominate the Republican presidential primary polls. Trump’s sudden ascendance, accelerated by his willingness to insult virtually any ostensible ally within the conservative movement, has left GOP leaders dumbfounded. How did this caricature of a Republican politician, who has never held elected office, and whose personal ideology is remarkably fluid, usurp more experienced, more conservative, and better-funded candidates like Jeb Bush and Scott Walker? Within this vacuum of understanding, an almost-believable conspiracy theory has obtained currency: Donald Trump is in fact a false flag candidate whose actual mission is electing Hillary Clinton as President.
To understand the contours of this theory, it’s helpful to understand where it came from. A Google search suggests the first person to remark upon Trump’s indirect assistance to Clinton was the anti-war activist and “conservative-paleo-libertarian” Justin Raimondo. In a long blog post dated July 13—just a few days after Trump stole Jeb Bush’s lead—Raimondo argued that the timing of Trump’s entry into the presidential race, which the candidate had long hinted at but until this year never followed through on, could only be explained by a hidden “Democratic wrecking operation” designed to assist Clinton’s parallel campaign:

Trump Plans 'Major Speech' to Spill Dirt on Clintons
Donald Trump is planning a major address next week in which he says he'll reveal how Bill and Hillary Clinton have underhandedly used politics to rake in "hundreds of millions of dollars" for themselves.
The speech, which the billionaire real-estate tycoon and presumptive GOP presidential candidate says he'll likely deliver on Monday, will be Trump's first sweeping assault on the Clintons since Hillary won the crucial California primary on Tuesday.
"We can't solve our problems by counting on the politicians who created our problems," Trump told supporters Tuesday at his 140-acre Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor, New York.
"The Clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves. They've made hundreds of millions of dollars selling access, selling favors, selling government contracts. And I mean hundreds of millions of dollars.
"I am going to give a major speech on probably Monday of next week. And we are going to be discussing all of the things that have taken place with the Clintons. I think you're going to find it very informative and very, very interesting."
Trump did not provide further details about what he plans to reveal.
He added: "Recent polls have shown that I'm beating Hillary Clinton. And with her many problems, and tremendous mistakes that she's made — and she has made tremendous mistakes — we expect our lead to grow, and grow substantially."
Flanked by his wife Melania and daughter Ivanka, Trump then fired a shot at the media, with which he has had an increasingly combative relationship.
"I wonder if the press will want to attend? Who knows?" Trump asked.

Hillary And The Democrats Are Losing Their Minds Over This Poll

But the presumptive Republican nominee has built his campaign on defying the expectations of the political class.
And the latest evidence is a shocking new poll of Trump’s support with Latino voters.
In 2012, Mitt Romney won 27% of the Hispanic vote, and establishment Republicans spent the next three years telling anyone who would listen, that granting amnesty to illegal aliens was the key to making inroads with the Latino base.
Pundits, Democrats and some establishment Republicans claimed Trump’s strong stand to secure the Southern border would repel Hispanic voters.
But a new NBC News/SurveyMonkey Poll showed Trump winning 32% of the Hispanic vote, a full 5-point increase from Romney’s 2012 vote share.
A video put together by a Hispanic supporter of Donald Trump gives some insight as to why Trump could over-perform with Latino voters.

Trump also tweeted the support from a Hispanic sheriff who is backing Trump because of his stances to secure our border.

This is good.....Long..........but posting all at once to facilitate reading entire article


    Annoyed at federal judge Gonzalo P. Curiel's persistent rulings against him in the Trump University case (brought by a law firm that has paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for speeches by Bill and Hillary), Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said that maybe it's because the judge is a second-generation Mexican immigrant. 

   The entire media -- and most of the GOP -- have spent 10 months telling us that Mexicans in the United States are going to HATE Trump for saying he'll build a wall. Now they're outraged that Trump thinks one Mexican hates him for saying he'll build a wall.

   Curiel has distributed scholarships to illegal aliens. He belongs to an organization that sends lawyers to the border to ensure that
no illegal aliens' "human rights" are violated. The name of the organization? The San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association -- "La Raza" meaning THE RACE.

   Let's pause to imagine the nomination hearings for a white male who belonged to any organization for white people -- much less one with the words "THE RACE" in its title.

   The media were going to call Trump a racist whatever he did, and his attack on a Hispanic judge is way better than when they said it was racist for Republicans to talk about Obama’s golfing. 

   Has anyone ever complained about the ethnicity of white judges or white juries? I've done some research and it turns out ... THAT'S ALL WE'VE HEARD FOR THE PAST 40 YEARS.

   The New York Times alone has published hundreds of articles, editorials, op-eds, movie reviews, sports articles and crossword puzzles darkly invoking "white judges" and "all-white" juries, as if that is ipso facto proof of racist justice.

   Two weeks ago -- that's not an error; I didn't mean to type "decades" and it came out "weeks" -- the Times published an op-ed by a federal appeals judge stating: "All-white juries risk undermining the perception of justice in minority communities, even if a mixed-race jury would have reached the same verdict or imposed the same sentence."

   In other words, even when provably not unfair, white jurors create the "perception" of unfairness solely by virtue of the color of their skin.

   Innocence Project co-founder Barry Scheck's entire career of springing criminals would be gone if it were generally accepted that we can't question judges or juries based on race or ethnicity. Writing about the release of Glenn Ford, a black man convicted of robbing a jewelry store and murdering the owner, Scheck claimed that one of the most important factors in Ford's death sentence was the "all-white jury."

   On the other hand, the evidence against Ford included: His two black friends telling police he'd shown them jewelry the day of the murder, another Ford acquaintance swearing he'd had a .38 in his waistband -- the murder weapon was a .38 -- and the gunshot residue on Ford's hand. His conviction was overturned many years later, on the theory that his black friends had committed the murder, then framed him.

    So we know 1) the "real killers" were also black; and 2) any jury would have convicted Ford on that evidence. 

   Here's how the Times described Ford's trial: "A black man convicted of murder by an all-white jury in Louisiana in 1984 and sentenced to die, tapped into an equally old and painful vein of race."

   I have approximately 1 million more examples of the media going mental about a "white judge" or "all-white jury," and guess what? In none of them were any of the white people involved members of organizations dedicated to promoting white people, called "THE RACE."

   Say, does anyone remember if it ever came up that the Ferguson police force was all white? Someone check that.

    I don’t want to upset you New York Times editorial board, but perhaps we should revisit the results of the Nuremberg trials. Those were presided over by – TRIGGER WARNING! – “all white” juries. (How do we really know if Hermann Göring was guilty without hearing women's and Latino voices?)

   The model of a fair jury was the O.J. trial. Nine blacks, one Hispanic and two whites, who had made up their minds before the lawyers' opening statements. (For my younger readers: O.J. was guilty; the jury acquitted him after 20 seconds of deliberation.) At the end of the trial, one juror gave O.J. the black power salute. Nothing to see here. It was Mark Fuhrman's fault!

   In defiance of everyday experience, known facts and common sense, we are all required to publicly endorse the left's religious belief that whites are always racist, but women and minorities are incapable of any form of bias. If you say otherwise, well, that's "textbook racism," according to Paul Ryan.

   At least when we're talking about American blacks, there's a history of white racism, so the double standard is not so enraging. What did we ever do to Mexicans? Note to Hispanics, Muslims, women, immigrants and gays: You're not black.

   Other than a few right-wingers, no one denounced now-sitting Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor for her "wise Latina" speech, in which she said "our gender and national origins may and will make a difference in our judging."

   But Trump is a "racist" for saying the same thing. 

   Six months ago, a Times editorial demanded that the Republican Senate confirm Obama judicial nominee Luis Felipe Restrepo, on the grounds that "[a]s a Hispanic," Restrepo would bring "ethnic ... diversity to the court."

   You see how confusing this is. On one hand, it's vital that we have more women and Latinos on the courts because white men can't be trusted to be fair. But to suggest that women and Latinos could ever be unfair in the way that white men can, well, that's "racist."

   The effrontery of this double standard is so blinding, that the only way liberals can bluff their way through it is with indignation.
DO I HEAR YOU RIGHT? ARE YOU SAYING A JUDGE'S ETHNICITY COULD INFLUENCE HIS DECISIONS? (Please, please, please don't bring up everything we've said about white judges and juries for the past four decades.)

   They're betting they can intimidate Republicans -- and boy, are they right!

   The entire Republican Brain Trust has joined the media in their denunciations of Trump for his crazy idea that anyone other than white men can be biased.
That's right, Wolf, I don't have any common sense. Would it help if the GOP donated to Hillary?

   The NeverTrump crowd is going to get a real workout if they plan to do this every week between now and the election.

   What do Republicans think they're getting out of this appeasement? Proving to voters that elected Republicans are
pathetic, impotent media suck-ups is, surprisingly, not hurting Trump.


Wednesday, June 8, 2016

The Ferguson-Obama Syndrome  Bob Barr Jun 08, 2016

The Ferguson-Obama Syndrome
   Over the past year or so, several major cities across the United States have experienced a violent crime wave not seen since the 1990s. This spike in violent crime, measured by the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program, has confounded Leftist sociologists, bleeding-heart politicians, and members of the media, who constantly tend to blame private gun ownership and the police themselves for increased criminal activity.
   In fact, one of the prime causes of this problem may very well be the media and Leftist politicians, including the President and his previous and current Attorneys General.  And the spark that appears to have ignited it happened two years ago in a then-largely unknown suburb of St. Louis, Missouri.
   In August 2014, a black teenager walking on a street in a high-crime neighborhood, was shot by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer during an altercation. His death sparked not just riots in the local community, but launched a social “justice” movement -- most commonly known as “Black Lives Matter” -- that has hijacked any real discourse on meaningful criminal justice reform.  This “movement” has instead foisted its strong-arm agenda on individuals from Capitol Hill, to city halls and campuses across the country. Worse, it has caused a ripple effect on policing and crime that goes beyond the cute games played by Twitter activists and campus bullies; and now is a growing wave of violence and misery.

It need not have been so...........
Newt: Trump Can't Lose to Hillary If He Stays Focused
   Donald Trump's primary night speech on Tuesday showed him moving toward a more presidential style that will propel him into the White House if he continues in the same vein, says former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
   "He was presidential. He was controlled," Gingrich said Tuesday on Fox News Channel's "Hannity." "It was thoughtful. It was a set-piece speech. It's what people want from a president. They want somebody they can rely on, who's thought it through and who they can count on to follow through."
Gingrich, whose name has been floated as a possible running mate for Trump, has nevertheless been critical of some of Trump's recent actions, including his calling the judge in the Trump University lawsuit unfair to him because he is "Mexican," even though he was born in the United States.
But the former speaker called Tuesday's speech, made with a teleprompter and touching on various issues, a "very big step in the right direction."
   If he can stay on that path and stay this disciplined, "he's going to be very formidable, and he's going to beat Hillary very badly this fall," Gingrich said. "She will not recover if she's caught up in a big-issue election with a disciplined Donald Trump. They won't be in the same league."
   Earlier on Fox News' "The Kelly File," Brit Hume said the speech was "strikingly different from the meandering things he's been saying in recent days."



The group of Muslims who attempted to establish the first Islamic Sharia court inside the United States in the town of Irving, Texas just received a devastating blow thanks to the town’s mayor standing strong and not backing down.

Mayor Beth Van Duyne made a public Facebook post stating that she backs the new Texas law which prohibits any kind of foreign law from being practiced in the state of Texas.
After calls, threats and toddler-like demands to apologize from the Muslims who attempted to form the Sharia tribunal along with representatives from the Council on Islamic-American Relations, a known front for the Muslim Brotherhood, the mayor never once backed down.
There were a multitude of illegal activities taking place behind the attempted formation of the Sharia court, including the fact that all four of the “voluntary” Sharia lawyers were not licensed to practice law in Texas — that’s a third degree felony.
The rules of the Sharia court had different guidelines for women and men, with typical Islamic humiliation tactics to be used against women, which is constitutionally illegal.


Dad to dad: Open letter blasts father of Stanford rapist

A 23-year-old rape victim's emotional letter to her attacker, former Stanford swimmer Brock Allen Turner, has gone viral. A letter from Turner's father is also garnering attention on social media. VPC
An open letter written by a North Carolina father chastising the father of Stanford University rapist Brock Turner was swept up Wednesday in the social media tide triggered by the savage crime and the controversy surrounding its punishment.
Turner, 20, was found guilty in March of three counts of sexual assault for the attack on an unconscious woman in January 2015. He was arrested after two graduate students witnessed the assault near an outside trash bin and intervened, tackling Turner when he tried to flee. Last week, Turner was sentenced to six months in jail and three years probation, a ruling roundly criticized as too lenient.
A powerful, impassioned letter written by Turner's 23-year-old victim went viral, and a dubious defense missive written by the rapist's father, Dan Turner, drew almost as much attention across the nation.
Turner's letter also drew the attention of John Pavlovitz, a pastor and blogger in Wake Forest, N.C. Pavlovitz penned a blog post To Brock Turner’s Father, From Another Father. Pavlovitz writes that "Brock is not the victim here. His victim is the victim. She is the wounded one. He is the damager.

Ted Nugent's 20 Reasons to Vote for Trump Go Viral... Liberals Horrified|   By Kim Smith
You will love this.
Conservative favorite Ted Nugent is known for his straightforward approach.
It should come as no surprise, then, that a recent Facebook post by the outspoken guitarist explaining reasons to vote for GOP front-runner Donald Trump would send liberals into full panic mode.
While Nugent did not endorse any candidate, he said his list in favor of voting for “The Donald” was too special not to share.

We think you’ll agree with him:


Maybe we should get rid of "black dependency" by killing blacks

Rapper Says Best Way To Deal With White Supremacy Is To Kill White People
Until a couple weeks ago I had never heard of rapper David Banner and now he’s like a racist rash I can’t get rid of. I first wrote about him when he released a music video encouraging blacks to kill white police officers and white people in general. Now he’s back, in non-rap form, to once again encourage the killing of white people.
Banner appeared on the Rock Newman Show, which I assume is a public access show hosted by the former boxing promoter. Banner touched on a number of subjects that all involved how white people have stolen everything from black people.
Sessions Issues Warning for Ryan, GOP “ACCEPT the Will of the American People” or YOU’RE FIRED!  Eliza Collins, USA TODAY
Eliza Collins reports Jeff Sessions has a warning for Paul Ryan and Republican leaders who won’t get behindDonald Trump: They’ll struggle to hold onto their…

Jeff Sessions has a warning for Paul Ryan and Republican leaders who won't get behind Donald Trump:  They'll struggle to hold onto their jobs.
In an interview with Politico's podcast "Off Message"  posted on Tuesday, the Alabama Republican — who in February became the first U.S. senator to endorse Trump — said that the billionaire has become the face of the Republican party, and it was time for the House speaker (and others who were resisting) to accept that.
“I think [Ryan] needs to recognize, on some of these issues, Trump is where the Republicans are, and if you’re going to be a Republican leader, you should be supportive of that,” Sessions said. “My advice is to listen and accept the will of the American people, the Republican voters — the Republican Party is the Republican voters.”
Sessions also had four words for the House Speaker saying that Trump needed to show conservatives he shared the same values: “Give me a break!”


These "government" agencies all seem to forget who elects them, who pays their salaries and who they should answer to. They are there to serve and represent us .....not to dictate what we can and cannot do.....things need to change

Carolina Wants To Ban Public Access to Police Camera Footage
While some U.S. cities move toward releasing police footage for accountability and transparency, North Carolina heads in the opposite direction. 
Protesters face off with police officers while marching outside the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. (REUTERS/Philip Scott Andrews)
In yet another conservative move, North Carolina is now advancing legislation that would prohibit the public from viewing footage captured by police body cameras. The state legislature’s House judiciary committee voted on June 7 to approve a bill that would make police camera footage public only at a police department’s discretion. A person recorded on a police body camera or police dashboard camera would need a court order to get a copy of the footage. 
“There would be no mechanism for law enforcement to release videos of public interest to the general public other than through a court order,” wrote the ACLU of North Carolina in a statement.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Judge Pirro Proves That Obama and ISIS are on the Same Side, White House Panicking

Judge Pirro says what needs to be said, even it if means offending liberals.
Listen to this opening statement where she connects ISIS to the Obama administration.


Vox Editor Calls For Violence Against Trump Supporters
| Bob Owens

After left-wing rioters attacked Donald Trump supporters following a campaign stop in San Jose yesterday—beating some of them bloody—Vox editor Emmett Rensin took to Twitter to justify violence against them.

Emmett Rensin    

Advice: If Trump comes to your town, start a riot.


Clinton and Sanders' Plan to Destroy 10 Million Jobs  Stephen Moore  Jun 07, 2016

Clinton and Sanders' Plan to Destroy 10 Million Jobs

Michelle Obama Fired This Racially Charged Attack At Donald Trump

Michelle Obama’s racially charged attacks on America continued in her final commencement speech as First Lady.
Mrs. Obama, who made waves during her husband’s first campaign when she said she was never proud of America until it elected her husband President, used her speech at the City College of New York to deliver a campaign-style attack on Donald Trump.
But it was the language she used that raised eyebrows across America.
First she told the graduates she wakes up every day in a house built by slaves.
According to the White House transcript of the speech:
“And, graduates, it’s the story that I witness every single day when I wake up in a house that was built by slaves, and I watch my daughters –- two beautiful, black young women -– head off to school — (applause) — waving goodbye to their father, the President of the United States, the son of a man from Kenya who came here to American — to America for the same reasons as many of you:  To get an education and improve his prospects in life.”
(I DON'T SEE HER MOVING OUT OF THAT "HOUSE BUILT BY SLAVES" So it must not bother her too much)
Next she ranted about Donald Trump and his refusal to bow at the altar of forced multiculturalism and political correctness.

Trump Hires Dole Campaign Veteran Jim Murphy as Political Director

   Donald Trump's campaign has hired Jim Murphy as its national political director, according to the New York Times.
   Murphy was a senior adviser during Bob Dole's campaigns for president in 1988 and 1996, and was floor operations manager at three Republican conventions.
   Murphy's hire comes after the Trump campaign fired Rick Wiley, who held the position for about two months. Politico reported that Wiley clashed with Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandoski and his ally Karen Giorno, who ran Trump's campaign during the Florida GOP primary.
   The Kansas City Star reported that Trump's deputy campaign manager, Michael Glassner, is also a veteran of Bob Dole's campaigns.
   Glassner worked with Dole for over two decades as senior adviser and "body man," meaning an aide who stands beside a candidate during public appearances. Glassner first volunteered to work for Dole when he was 11 years old, according to the Star.
   Trump's campaign chairman Paul Manafort worked with Dole in 1996. The Star reported that three other Trump operatives also had experience with Dole's campaigns: Tony Fabrizio, Alan Cobb, and Lew Eisenberg.
   The Star reported that Dole is the only former Republican presidential candidate who has supported Trump's candidacy. Glassner said that consultants who worked for Mitt Romney and George W. Bush were "not inclined" to take jobs in the Trump campaign.
Some Republicans fear that difficulties Dole's campaign endured might transfer to Trump, such as lack of organization and difficulty in staying on message.
Dole told the New York Times that Trump will need to focus more on Hillary Clinton in order to stay competitive against her.
   "He has criticism of Hillary, but it's sort of been scattered," Dole said to the Times. The real estate mogul "has got to catch up," Dole said.

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Monday, June 6, 2016

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Right After Endorsing Trump, Paul Ryan Stabs Him in the Back

Bipartisan Beltway rock star Paul Ryan must have been badly rattled after a Washington Post Editorial Board slam over his belated endorsement of Donald Trump. On Friday, the boy wonder reversed his course and planted a dagger in Trump’s back. The establishment outrage of the week is Trump’s comments that the judge in the politically motivated Trump University witch hunt could be biased due to his Mexican heritage and the attacks on the presumptive GOP nominee have been furious. Judge Gonzalo Curiel is John McCain without the war hero status and Megyn Kelly without the phantom vaginal blood flow and is just the latest martyr figure in the yearlong war on Trump.

House Speaker Paul Ryan and Hillary Clinton on Friday condemned Donald Trump’s racially tinged attacks on a judge overseeing a lawsuit against Trump University.
The comments come as Trump has escalated his attacks against U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel, who last week ordered parts of internal documents, including “playbooks” regarding running the enterprise, to be released as part of a lawsuit against Trump University. The documents were released in response to a request by The Washington Post.
Ryan’s criticism — coming one day after he endorsed his party’s presumptive presidential nominee — came unprompted during an interview on a Wisconsin radio station.
“Look, the comment about the judge, just was out of left field for my mind,” Ryan said on WISN in Milwaukee. “It’s reasoning I don’t relate to, I completely disagree with the thinking behind that.”
And then Ryan issued a warning to Trump that he will speak out when he feels he needs to.
“So he clearly says and does things I don’t agree with and I’ve had to speak up on time to time when that has occurred and I’ll continue to do that if that’s necessary — I hope it’s not,” Ryan said.
With what is clearly orchestrated sustained outrage against Trump over his opinion on Judge Curiel – and he is entitled to an opinion – it almost seems as though the Trump University case is a bipartisan effort to undermine his chances at the presidency. Recall that it was first whipped out as a cudgel during the Republican party debates and it has been reported that the law firm involved has paid big bucks to the Clintons. But to even suggest such a thing would be a conspiracy theory wouldn’t it?
As for Ryan, once a rat, always a rat.
Don't forget the judge belongs to la Raza lawyers in San Diego, has been an activist for illegal immigration, and may have been born in Indiana, but is the first generation of his family born on U.S. soil from Mexican immigrants. Plus he's an ardent Hillary supporter who awarded the case to a law firm that donated over $600,000 to the Clintons for "speaking fees." so yes, Trump has every right to be skeptical, as would any person in his shoes, since the judge has questionable ties all around.

June 6th, 1944   Justin Holcomb Jun 06, 2016

June 6th, 1944
Today marks the 72nd anniversary of the invasion of Normandy, France and the thousands of Americans that sacrificed everything to save the world from tyranny.  
Operation Overlord, also known as D-Day, was an assault mounted by U.S., British, and Canadian forces along the northern coast of France in order to remove Adolf Hitler's foothold on Europe.  
As General Dwight D. Eisenhower wrote in a letter to the invading American troops, the mission proved to be more than extraordinary:

The Clinton Cash Foundation Scandal is the Real Fraud.

Trump: Media Focused on Trump Univ, Not 'Crooked and
Dishonest' Clinton Foundation
"...the criminally dishonest Clinton Foundation, with the money they took in, the horrible money they took in. And then [Bill Clinton] goes around or [Hillary] goes around and makes speeches, and the favors that were done...You’re talking about big league stuff. The money pours in from foreign countries and she’s secretary of state. The whole thing is a horror show.


Judge unseals Trump University docs, accidentally unleashes Clinton bombshell   POLITICS  June 1, 2016    



When a federal judge ruled against Donald Trump this week in a lawsuit against Trump University, he inadvertently unleashed a bombshell involving Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel unsealed documents relating to the Trump U for-profit real estate program. The documents include information used by the school to convince prospective students to join the program.
Curiel is the same judge the presumptive GOP nominee has called “hostile” and biased against him.
“I have a judge who is a hater of Donald Trump, a hater,” Trump said Friday at a campaign rally in San Diego. “He’s a hater. His name is Gonzalo Curiel.”
And a bombshell report from American Spectator seems to lend credence to that claim.
The conservative magazine said that one of the firms picked by Judge Curiel to represent plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit against Trump University have financial ties to Hillary and Bill Clinton.
Financial ties to the tune of half a million dollars.
It seems that Robbins Geller “paid the Clintons nearly half a million dollars in less than a year.” Why? Speeches of course.
That’s right. One of the law firms picked by the Judge in the Trump University case — the very Judge Donald Trump accuses by name of anti-Trump bias — awarded this firm the case after — say again after — Hillary and Bill Clinton had been paid a cool $450,000 for two speeches by the firm.
Using data compiled by The Washington Post, LawNewz was among the first to note that Robbins Geller has paid the Clintons $450,000 for speeches.
And as astonishing as all this may be, the apparent conflict of interest has been of little interest to the press.