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September 29th, 2016

Bad Day for Obama – Congress Overrides Veto of 9-11 JASTA Bill, Says Radicals May be Offended

Wednesday was not a good day for Barack Obama. Both wings of Congress voted to override the Obama veto of the 9-11 JASTA Bill, which would allow families of terrorist victims to sue nations involved. This was the first time that any of Obama′s vetoes has been overturned. But the bad day for Obama did not end there. He later appeared on CNN for a town hall event with members and family of the U.S. military. The event was meant to be a ′victory lap′ for Obama as his term in office draws near an end. Instead, Obama was asked why he refuses to use the phrase ″Islamic terrorists″? Obama answered that these ″radicals may feel offended″. Oh really? Well, isn′t that just too bad!

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May 12th, 2016

Donald Trump Meets With Paul Ryan, GOP Leaders

If Frank Cappra were alive in 2016, we might call this ″Mr. Trump Goes To Washington″. But, unlike Jefferson Smith, Donald J. Trump is well aware of how corrupt life on Capitol Hill is. Trump held several meetings today, starting with the Reince Preibus at RNC headquarters, then a chat with Speaker Paul Ryan, followed by a meeting with House GOP leaders. After which, Donald Trump will meet with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and several other ranking senators of the Republican Party. A full day of politicking to say the least. Early indicators are that the meetings went well. What else did you expect? Trump is the master of ″The Art of the Deal″. As his book says, Trump has the advantage going in as he is dealing from a position of strength. Over 10 million votes from over 40 states strong!

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February 23rd, 2016

Mark Levin Declares War on Marco Rubio

I do not listen to ′The Great One′, Mark Levin, very often anymore. He has entered the Twilight Zone of political thought. If he ever was rational to begin with? Keep in mind that Levin was the character who vetted Justice Anthony Kennedy for the Supreme Court. Look how well that worked out! But during commercial breaks while I was watching the Season 1 finale of ″X-Files: Revisited″ (thank God there will be a Season 2!), I did switch on my little radio from time to time to hear what Levin was yelling about. Mark Levin was trashing Marco Rubio last night in a vain, last minute effort to save his pal, Ted Cruz. Another member of the Phony-Constitutionalist Bozo Club.

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November 29th, 2015

GOP Warns World Leaders, Don’t Trust Obama

Republicans in the U.S. Senate are warning the 150 world leaders attending the United Nations COP21 climate change conference in Paris, France this week not to trust Barack Obama. Namely because Obama is pledging some $3 Billion dollars to a ′green climate fund′ that he doesn′t have. The GOP senators are joined in this by one Democrat, Joe Mansion from West Virginia, who agrees with Republicans that Obama must obey the US Constitution and permit the Senate to approve any international agreements. Otherwise, any money Obama pledges to other nations will not be allocated.

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September 9th, 2015

41 Democrat Senators Seal Iran Nuclear Deal

Barack Obama is happy. He now has 41 Democrat U.S. Senators lined up to support his Iran nuclear deal. Not only does this make overturning a veto impossible, but even questions whether Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will even bother having a vote to reject the proposal. Meanwhile, in Washington today, a rally against the Iran nuke deal is being held. Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin and even Glenn Beck will speak at the event. Overseas, Iran′s ′Supreme Leader′, the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was so pleased that 41 Democrat senators will now go along with Obama and allow Iran to build a nuclear weapon that the Ayatollah tweeted on Twitter, ″you will not see [Israel] next 25 years.″

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August 10th, 2015

Schumer vs Obama on Iran Nuke Deal – Open Thread

The senior, Democrat senator from the State of New York, Charles Schumer, is bucking against Barack Obama on the Iran nuclear deal. The White House is playing down the defection, for obvious reasons. Still, while Obama has yet another multi-million dollar vacation on Martha′s Vineyard, he cannot escape trouble. Things were bad enough as Iran′s supreme leader published a new book calling for the destruction of Israel and the United States just after the deal was inked. Then the story broke about how Iran and the UN have secret side deals that are part of the main agreement. So secret that apparently even John Kerry does not know all of the details. Now Schumer is going public against it, and he is the leading contender to replace Harry Reid as the top Democrat senator.

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July 30th, 2015

Bye Bye Boehner: Saying Goodbye to the Champion We Never Knew

Conservatives cheered in 2014 when Republicans gained control of the U.S. Senate and strengthened their hold on the U.S. House of Representatives in a monumental mid-term whooping of the Democratic Party.  I certainly remember grinning happily as race after race went to the Republicans.  “Finally,” we thought, “the near-daily erosion of our country’s present, our children’s futures, and the values which made this country great is over!”  Our jubilation was short-lived, however, as it quickly became strikingly apparent that the leaders of the two chambers of Congress – Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) in the House and Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) in the Senate – were not the strong fortress wall that we hoped would halt (or at the very least slow) Obama’s and the Democratic Party’s liberal agenda. Instead, the past two years have demonstrated that neither “leader” is a fortress wall; even calling them a “gate” is generous as neither leader has demonstrated any intestinal fortitude to stand up for the conservative principles on which they campaigned and which helped send them back to Congress. For the past year-and-a-half, we have watched the Republican leadership in the House and Senate vote to give Obama and the Democrats most everything they have asked for with little fight and then bemoan their own perceived powerlessness.

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June 1st, 2015

Delayed till Tuesday – Senate NSA Spying Vote

Rand Paul may be pleased, but the U.S. Senate will vote on NSA spying program tomorrow. The Patriot Act provisions which allow the federal government to capture and store in bulk the meta-data from all phone calls and Internet use did expire at midnight. Rand Paul vowed for a showdown to block future NSA surveillance and he did succeed. A preliminary vote failed to pass. So it is back to the drawing board, most likely adopting a version of the House-written ′USA Freedom Act′, which sets new guidelines on bulk collection of meta-data. Under the House bill, telecom companies would keep and store the meta-data and the government would face additional restrictions on acquiring access via the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, or FISC.

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