Saturday, January 13, 2018

Ingraham Angle: What Really Happened To The DACA Deal

by Mike January 13, 2018

Laura breaks down the DACA deal break down with Jonathan Swan of Axios, Ann Coulter, and Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies: Axios’ Jonathan Swan was on a couple of shows earlier in the evening, and he had clearly done his homework on how the gang had tried to double-cross Trump, and instead […]

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What Really Caused The Cr@pstorm Over The Sh–hole Comment

by Mike January 13, 2018

Graham-Durbin-Flake tried to sandbag Trump over Dreamers and Temporary Protected Status, but got ambushed instead. Earlier this week, President Trump held a big, public bipartisan immigration meeting to air some of the options and lay out his requirements. In that meeting, he seemed almost TOO willing to consider Democrat ideas, telling the group of lawmakers […]

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Blogline of the Day – it’s like “if you want less of something, tax it”

by Skip January 13, 2018

The logic should be really simple to understand, yet many have difficulties grasping it: If you import the Third World, it’s what you’ll get. (H/T: The Citizen Press)

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Crazy is as Crazy Does: Bandy in the Headlights

by Mike January 13, 2018

In which Yale Prof. Bandy X Lee practices tele-psychiatry on Trump, against the recommendations of the American Psychiatric Association, and without a license! “Bandy in the Headlights” shot to temporary fame last week as a willing accomplice to the Lamestream Media’s effort to decry Trump’s swat-downs of “Rocket Boy” as dangerous and insane. Sure enough, […]

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Tales from the BudComm – differing standards

by Skip January 13, 2018

Well, the last night of the Budget Season was last Thursday nite. A long nite – from 6:30pm and I didn’t get home until after midnight.  Did we get all of the surface analysis done and talked to all of the right people at mostly the right time?  Yes, the BudComm did.  Sadly, do I […]

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The Duties of a Senator

by Scott Morales January 13, 2018

  Messy job. But I guess it must be done?

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Data Point – Individual Income Taxes record

by Skip January 13, 2018

The Treasury collected a record $390,847,000,000 in individual income taxes in October through December, according to the Treasury statement. That was $30,568,380,000 more than the $360,278,620,000 that the Treasury collected (in constant December 2017 dollars) in individual income taxes in the first quarter of fiscal 2017 (which ran from October through December of 2016). And […]

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Such an angry “Inclusive” bigoted person

by Skip January 13, 2018

“Inclusive” – that’s the word that is tossed around by the Left to describe the world as they want it to be.  Kumbyra and all that – a glorious Utopian place to be.  There’s a hitch in all that and Jennifer Abbott shows the true face of the Left – and why their usage of […]

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School choice poses no threat to great or good public schools

by Don January 13, 2018

To The Daily Sun, Reviewing his 1/9/18 column, one has to wonder if E. Scott Cracraft intentionally tries to mislead readers, if he just doesn’t care about children getting a decent start in life, if he’s blind to public education’s failures, or if he is afraid that children, educated outside of public schools, might learn […]

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You say sh*t show, I say sh*t hole

by Tom January 13, 2018

This week, President Trump was accused of referring to Haiti and some African countries as “shi*t holes”.  According to the Oxford dictionary, this is defined as “an extremely dirty, shabby, or otherwise unpleasant place.” This definition includes nothing about race, although every mouth-breathing, window-licking Liberal wants to exploit the rumored comments and make it so. […]

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AG Candidate Robbed at Gunpoint in Chicago:

by Steve MacDonald January 13, 2018

AG Candidate Robbed at Gunpoint in Chicago: Aaron Goldstein, a candidate for Illinois attorney general, and four members of his campaign were robbed at gunpoint Thursday while taking promotional photos. Because, Chicago!

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I Got a Tax Cut!

by Steve MacDonald January 13, 2018

Gary Varvel – TOwnHall.com

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