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  • Donald Trump Gets an A+ So Far on Critical Pro-Life Appointments That Matter to Unborn Children

    12/05/2016 2:04:13 PM PST · 5 of 9
    cpforlife.org to Coleus; nickcarraway; narses; Mr. Silverback; Canticle_of_Deborah; TenthAmendmentChampion; ...
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  • A Return to the Republic: A Game Plan for Donald Trump

    12/04/2016 10:13:33 PM PST · 2 of 4
    cpforlife.org to VitacoreVision

    If Trump were to successfully carry out the suggestions laid out here, in addition to his existing plans; he’d be truly deserving of a place on Mt. Rushmore. Bigly.

    Here’s hoping and praying...

  • Trump: There's No Global Flag, Global Currency, Global Citizenship. We'll Be United As Americans

    12/01/2016 11:44:17 PM PST · 30 of 37
    cpforlife.org to 2ndDivisionVet

    “The United States of America is the greatest, the noblest and, in its original founding principles, the only moral country in the history of the world.” ~ Ayn Rand

  • Accomplishments: Select Panel Made Nine Criminal Referrals for Aborted Baby Parts Trafficking

    12/01/2016 7:41:46 PM PST · 12 of 12
    cpforlife.org to Coleus; nickcarraway; narses; Mr. Silverback; Canticle_of_Deborah; TenthAmendmentChampion; ...
    Life begins at conception—NOT birth.
    Birth is one day in the life of a person who is already nine months old.

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  • This State(TEXAS)Now Requires Abortion Clinics to Bury Aborted Babies Instead of Selling Their Parts

    11/30/2016 1:19:07 PM PST · 35 of 43
    cpforlife.org to Coleus; nickcarraway; narses; Mr. Silverback; Canticle_of_Deborah; TenthAmendmentChampion; ...
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  • Trump to Announce Carrier Plant Will Keep Jobs in U.S.

    11/29/2016 7:57:06 PM PST · 141 of 187
    cpforlife.org to springwater13; cyclotic; xp38; GrandJediMasterYoda; drewh
  • NICK CANNON PLANNED PARENTHOOD IS NOTHIN' BUT 'POPULATION CONTROL'

    11/27/2016 7:46:49 PM PST · 36 of 38
    cpforlife.org to Coleus; nickcarraway; narses; Mr. Silverback; Canticle_of_Deborah; TenthAmendmentChampion; ...
    http://www.blackgenocide.org/home.html

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  • Jeb Bush asks new Republican administration to flex its muscles with a constitutional convention

    11/27/2016 10:18:00 AM PST · 97 of 134
    cpforlife.org to Mariner

    Everyone should get Mark levin’s book liberty amendments. It’s already underway and next year would be a great opportunity for Trump to promote it.

  • Conway: Trump backers feel 'betrayed' by Romney consideration

    11/27/2016 8:55:25 AM PST · 61 of 106
    cpforlife.org to djpg

    “Either she is expressing Trump’s own position or trying to influence it.”

    Exactly. It would be cool to know which one. For some reason I get the feeling she is being the strong advisor he saw when he hired her and she’s influencing / helping him make the correct decision...NO mitt.

    “In either case, I am delighted with her comments.”

    Agreed. She is awesome.

    There is tremendous pressure by the RINO’s to get their filthy paws on as many levers of power/influence within Trump’s admin as possible.

    There will be countless attempts to stop him from draining the swamp. It started at least as early as Gov. Christi and his early hires that Pence had to undo.

    AFAIK the State Dept. is among the most corrupt and in need of Yuge draining. Mitt would be a horrible SoS for that one reason alone. It needs an outside reformer who takes no prisoners.

  • FLASHBACK: Hillary Said Not Accepting Election Results Was ‘Direct Threat To Democracy’ (VIDEO)

    11/26/2016 3:10:51 PM PST · 31 of 37
    cpforlife.org to McGruff

    Hopefully some good will come of this, namely, a greater number of people wake up to the evils of the left.

    MAGA!

  • Thankful: Late-term Abortionist Carhart Calls it Quits in Maryland!

    11/24/2016 5:57:45 PM PST · 9 of 20
    cpforlife.org to Coleus; nickcarraway; narses; Mr. Silverback; Canticle_of_Deborah; TenthAmendmentChampion; ...
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  • Vanity--I am especially thankful today for Jim Rob and for al of you adorable deplorable Freepers

    11/24/2016 7:41:04 AM PST · 29 of 46
    cpforlife.org to RooRoobird20; Jim Robinson
    yes, thank you Jim.

    Happy Thanksgiving FreeRepublic!

    God bless America.

  • Trumps Thanksgiving Address

    11/23/2016 7:56:47 PM PST · 11 of 15
    cpforlife.org to mylife

    It's Morning in America, once again!

    Thanks President Trump!!!!

  • The numbers are in: Trump wins Michigan by 10,704

    11/23/2016 3:27:20 PM PST · 35 of 94
    cpforlife.org to 2ndDivisionVet

    It's Morning in America.

    The Sleeping Giant Awakens.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/cartoons/2016/11/11_20_2016_3_53.html

  • Could America Get a Supreme Court that Would Make Abortion Illegal?

    11/23/2016 3:15:59 PM PST · 91 of 92
    cpforlife.org to pinochet; Coleus; nickcarraway; narses; Mr. Silverback; Canticle_of_Deborah; ...
    Unborn Children are routinely treated in hospitals as patients. They have patient charts and of course there are the medical bills to go right along.

    We see 4D Ultrasounds in real time video of children waiting to be born and learn that they are operated on. Yet if the mother were to decide tomorrow that she no longer wants to be pregnant, her precious baby somehow becomes a blob of tissue to be discarded?

    "Hey kid, we are so “free” here in the US that we can operate on you before you are born to help make you a healthy baby, or we can dismember you and throw you out with the trash.

    Whatever your mom says—best of luck kid.

    Apathetically yours,

    godless AmeiKa

    Abortion is the means by which the secular humanist government (all three branches) enforces it's Population Control Policy. These two references proves this:

    Nixon: National Security Study Memorandum 200: Blueprint for world de-population and western domination
    http://www.lifesite.net/waronfamily/nssm200/index.html

    How Eugenics and Population Control Led to Abortion
    http://www.meehanreports.com/how-led.html

    Americans would never accept abortion by OBVIOUS coercion so the illusion of "Choice" was foisted upon the sheeple.

    In the January 2003, edition of First Things, in a piece entitled Constitutional Persons: An Exchange on Abortion Robert H. Bork made the following comments about Roe v. Wade:

    "Blackmun invented a right to abortion....Roe had nothing whatever to do with constitutional interpretation. The utter emptiness of the opinion has been demonstrated time and again, but that, too, is irrelevant. The decision and its later reaffirmations simply enforce the cultural prejudices of a particular class in American society, nothing more and nothing less. For that reason, Roe is impervious to logical or historical argument; it is what some people, including a majority of the Justices, want, and that is that."

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  • Clinton Campaign Looking into Challenging Outcome of Election

    11/23/2016 1:00:17 PM PST · 35 of 46
    cpforlife.org to Tolerance Sucks Rocks

    Hey Tolerance, Let’s hope the demonCraps fight this and make a big deal out of it. It will further damage the party brand and more people might finally wake up.

    lol, PepsiCo can join with the DNC to start more nonsense. It’d be a hoot.

  • Clinton Campaign Looking into Challenging Outcome of Election

    11/23/2016 12:54:21 PM PST · 34 of 46
    cpforlife.org to rhett october
    After her appearance a few days ago at that lefty event--no way.

    She looked like a walking corpse. Hildabeast had long resigned her loss by then.

    W A R N I N G

    Hildabeast IMAGE W A R N I N G

    W A R N I N G

    https://70news.wordpress.com/tag/childrens-defense-fund/

  • Asia - "Only Time Will Tell" (1982)

    11/23/2016 12:24:03 PM PST · 5 of 9
    cpforlife.org to simpson96

    that First album was freeking awesome.

  • IT’S REAL! Leaked Document from Trump’s Sunday Meeting Shows Plans for 1,989 Mile Wall

    11/22/2016 5:37:31 AM PST · 37 of 167
    cpforlife.org to servo1969
    Two weeks ago TODAY was the election, and look at the forward momentum We The People are gaining!

    Thanks President Trump!!!!

  • Assange Overtakes Trump in TIME Person of the Year Reader’s Poll (interesting list of nominees)

    11/22/2016 5:28:20 AM PST · 24 of 32
    cpforlife.org to Be Careful

    How about:

    We The People, with Trump front and center, Assange on one side and James O’Keefe on the other.

  • 59 DAYS!!!!!!

    11/22/2016 5:21:28 AM PST · 15 of 24
    cpforlife.org

    It's Morning in America, once again!

    The sun is shining.

    Liberals are ventilating.

    It's Morning in America, once again!

    Thanks President Trump!!!!

  • 59 DAYS!!!!!!

    11/22/2016 5:11:11 AM PST · 13 of 24
    cpforlife.org to Lazamataz
    College cheer:

    O M G....obozo must go!

    O M G....obozo must go!

    O M G....obozo must go!

  • Donald Trump’s media summit was a ‘ f—ing firing squad’

    11/21/2016 6:42:37 PM PST · 601 of 720
    cpforlife.org to DiogenesLamp
  • Donald Trump’s media summit was a ‘ f—ing firing squad’

    11/21/2016 2:45:31 PM PST · 182 of 720
    cpforlife.org to DiogenesLamp

    Lol that’s a great one. I’ve used it. But I just made a new one and will share asap. M . A. G. A.

  • Donald Trump’s media summit was a ‘ f—ing firing squad’

    11/21/2016 2:32:34 PM PST · 95 of 720
    cpforlife.org to conservative98

    Wish I could post a new trump winning poster from my tablet.

  • 'The Shenanigans' at Mother Angelica's First Vows

    11/21/2016 1:48:25 PM PST · 11 of 19
    cpforlife.org to BlessedBeGod

    Bttt

  • Donald Trump represents the new normal – on both sides of the Atlantic

    11/20/2016 10:44:24 AM PST · 13 of 14
    cpforlife.org to b_Cap37
  • Poll: 64 Percent of Voters Support Banning Abortions After Five Months of Pregnancy

    11/19/2016 7:45:33 PM PST · 15 of 26
    cpforlife.org to Coleus; nickcarraway; narses; Mr. Silverback; Canticle_of_Deborah; TenthAmendmentChampion; ...
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  • Pope Francis Dismisses Entire Membership of Pontifical Academy for Life

    11/19/2016 5:29:44 PM PST · 7 of 19
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  • Obama halts immigration amnesty push in court, bows to incoming Trump administration

    11/19/2016 3:34:11 PM PST · 42 of 60
    cpforlife.org to Company Man
  • Steve Bannon Interviewed: "It's About Americans Not Getting F—ed Over"

    11/19/2016 3:31:26 PM PST · 35 of 42
    cpforlife.org to Grampa Dave; All
  • Bannon: We could govern for 50 years (Trump aims for MAGA landslide w/40% of black vote by 2020)

    11/19/2016 2:13:13 PM PST · 113 of 117
    cpforlife.org to kosciusko51

    I’ve said for years Reagan’s biggest mistake was Bush. Recently I’ve read that the establishment gave him an ultimatum of Bush for their support, so he did not select the conservative he wanted.

    Bush never intended to keep Reagan’s great vision, he’d been a NWO RINO from birth.

    That’s another great thing with Trump. He chose who he wanted. Pence has a 100% rating from ACU. No sign of NWO RINO leanings that I’ve seen.
    https://votesmart.org/interest-group/1481/rating/6733#.WDDNgIeQzb0

    Wonder how different the world would be if Reagan ditched Bush for a true conservative for his second term....

  • Obama halts immigration amnesty push in court, bows to incoming Trump administration

    11/19/2016 10:09:59 AM PST · 35 of 60
    cpforlife.org to WashingtonFire; Sacajaweau

    Re ‘Winning’

    Isn’t it freeping awesome? I mean BIGLY AWESOME!

    Everyday since the election I re-realize that we actually DID WIN.

    I followed Freeper LS and https://twitter.com/mitchellvii and others, and I thought we would win, but in the back of my mind I knew they would try to steal it, and they did try, just not enough.

    The last 8 years was indescribably horrid and painful. I described it to someone: try and imagine watching a loved one dying of a slow and painful disease. That’s how I saw our Republic. I felt the hidaBEAST would steal it and finish us off for good.

    The loooong national nightmare is quickly coming to a close. Thank you Jesus!

  • Obama halts immigration amnesty push in court, bows to incoming Trump administration

    11/19/2016 9:46:47 AM PST · 32 of 60
    cpforlife.org to Sidebar Moderator; Admin Moderator; Jim Robinson

    Could you please move this out of chat? If this isn’t news I don’t know what is.... I guess I messed up originally posting the thread. Thanks.

  • Obama halts immigration amnesty push in court, bows to incoming Trump administration

    11/19/2016 9:43:27 AM PST · 31 of 60
    cpforlife.org to cpforlife.org
    Rush also pointed out related history of mass deportations.

    http://mediamatters.org/video/2015/11/11/limbaugh-trump-didnt-go-far-enough-with-immigra/206794

    audio at link

    RUSH LIMBAUGH: Jeb and Kasich and all these other guys, they look at it as a civil rights issue, and the left looks at it as a civil rights — they almost look at it as a racial issue, and it's not.

    [...]

    For them, they think it's an act of compassion to welcome them in, and if we disagree with ignoring the law, then we are called racists. And it's not about that at all, it's about sustaining the U.S. economy, the job market the wage base, all these kinds of things.

    [...]

    But I thought one of the most telling lines, when they're discussing all this, and Jeb says, well you know, they're — you're talking about deporting people, you're going to deport people — 11 million, 12 million people. You realize they're doing hand stands and applauding over at the Clinton campaign. And Trump comes in, you ever heard of Ike? I like Ike? Dwight Eisenhower. Ike? I like Ike? We like Ike? Everybody likes him. You know what Ike did? Ike got rid of a million-and-a-half — I mean, he deported — what do you mean it can't be done?

    [...]

    Trump was entirely correct to point out the history — what Eisenhower did. And I don't think Trump went far enough, actually. In reality, Harry Truman, another Democrat president, deported illegal aliens — over 3.4 million, did you know that?

    [...]

    Harry Truman deported illegal aliens — 3.4 million of them. You add that to the 2.1 million Ike deported — or who left on their own at the time. Nearly 6 million illegal aliens were deported or left voluntarily under those two highly-beloved presidents. The country didn't fall apart, and we didn't become a bunch of racists overnight. We didn't lose our compassion, we didn't lose our big hearts.

  • Obama halts immigration amnesty push in court, bows to incoming Trump administration

    11/19/2016 9:42:46 AM PST · 30 of 60
    cpforlife.org to cpforlife.org
    Rush Limbaugh Gives History Lesson On Immigration
    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2015/11/18/our_president_doesn_t_know_that_a_religious_test_for_refugees_seeking_asylum_is_required_by_federal_law
    No immigration, 1924 to 1965. The reason was that we had seen a flood of immigrants to the country and we had to assimilate them.
    THAT'S 41 YEARS W NO IMMIGRATION. I SUSPECT IT SHOULD BE AT LEAST TEN YEARS UNDER CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES. IMO

    Our President Doesn't Know That a “Religious Test” for Refugees Seeking Asylum Is Required by Federal Law

    November 18, 2015

    BEGIN TRANSCRIPT

    RUSH: As you know, I'm a history buff. I think there are a lot of lessons in history, and I want to share some history with you now. I've spoken frequently in recent months about how immigration to the United States was more than curtailed. It was suspended in the early 1920s. From 1924 to 1965 we didn't have any immigration. You'd be amazed still at the number of people who are hearing that for the first time and don't know it. That simply is not part of the American education curriculum, especially now. I know I didn't learn that in school, at any level of school.

    But it is particularly relevant today because the left and Obama and the United Nations are all accusing the United States of these horrific acts of bigotry and inhumane treatment and behavior of people and so forth. And they want to try to create this impression that we are reaching new depths, that the United States is sinking to new lows, and it's a terrible shame what's happened because of the right wing bigotry and the closed-mindedness and all of that that exists in this country.

    So I think it would be very useful and helpful here just to review a little history to let you know that what we propose today and what many Americans support today is actually traditionally American. It is not new. It is not unprecedented. It is historical. No immigration, 1924 to 1965. The reason was that we had seen a flood of immigrants to the country and we had to assimilate them. We took time to assimilate those who had come to America. They wanted to be Americans. They wanted to assimilate. They did not want to establish Balkanized beachheads of their countries. They did not forget their native cultures. They held on to them and they lived in neighborhoods, but they wanted to be Americans. They knew what being an American meant, compared to where they lived and where they were from. They wanted everything about America that they could get and they wanted to work hard for it. You know the drill.

    But there was another reason why immigration was curtailed in the early 1920s. And would you be surprised to learn that that reason was terrorist attacks? There were acts of terror committed in the United States, mostly from groups, the so-called anarchist groups. They were really mostly communists. But, for instance, September 6th, 1901, President William McKinley was assassinated by an anarchist in Buffalo, New York. And in the early 1900s there were a number of bombings and bombing attempts committed by these anarchists, the majority of whom were from southern and central and eastern Europe. They were part of this massive immigration that took place in the country, the late 1800s into the early 1900s.

    I'll give you a name. Ferdinando Sacco. I'll give you another name. Bartolomeo Vanzetti were two revolutionary terrorists who were convicted and executed in 1927 for a 1920 double murder carried out during a robbery. Sacco and Vanzetti became communist cause celebre for decades. Liberals argued they had been wrongly convicted. It was exactly what you get in the news today, except it happened back in the early 1920s. And if you read books and you see movies from or about that period anarchist bombings loom large. We had terrorism. It wasn't Islamic. But they were nevertheless acts of terror.

    There was a group. They were known as the anarchists. They have modern descendants to this day, Occupy Wall Street and so forth, all these anarchists that gather various global meetings of the United Nations around the world. The bill, the piece of legislation that limited immigration, the immigration act of 1924 was primarily aimed at further restricting the immigration of southern Europeans and eastern Europeans because those regions were seen as the hotbed for radical terrorists.

    It's not like we haven't been here and done that before. We have done exactly what is being suggested today. We've done it before. We have specified certain people. We targeted certain people for either deportation or imprisonment or just keep them out of the country precisely because of where they came from and because of the acts committed by others who had also come from the same place.

    Now, the difference was back in 1924 and the early 1920s everybody was all for it. We didn't have any terrorists apologists. Well, you did, you had some terrorist apologists, but they weren't anywhere near. They certainly weren't in the White House, and they weren't in the US House of Representatives, and they weren't in governorships. They were random Hollywood types and others. The literary crowd. But for the most part, my point here is that what's happening today has precedent. What's happening today is not the United States descending to new depths never before plundered.

    One other thing that you might be shocked to learn, ladies and gentlemen. President Obama, in one of his many harangues — you know, Trump put a message out on Instagram that said: You know, it's really scary, and it's really dangerous. Our president is insane.

    Okay, Dittocam. Sorry, I thought I had it on; it was off. The Dittocam is now on. (interruption) Because I didn't turn it on when it was off. It was not a glitch. I forgot to turn it on. It's on now. But Obama’s out there, I mean, defending acts of terror, downplaying acts of terror, and being hypercritical, and he doesn't need... By the way, when he starts in on Republicans and conservatives, either generically or by name, he doesn't need a teleprompter. Have you noticed? He doesn't need cue cards because that's when he's speaking from the heart.

    I have told you over and over again that to Obama and many like him in the Democrat Party and the left, we represent their greatest threat. In their eyes, we are far more dangerous to them. We pose a greater threat to them than ISIS or any other terror group, because we are trying to take their power away. We are trying to stop them. Do not doubt me. When Obama gets on these tirades — and they have been tirades, and they've been juvenile, and even some Democrats are starting to get worried about it, according to the Drive-By Media.

    For example, in his latest rip at Senator Ted Cruz and others opposed to his insistence on continuing to import thousands of Muslim refugees from Syria... Hey, by the way, can I ask a question about that? We're “vetting” them, right? Well, that's what they tell us. They're vetting them. (paraphrased) “We have an exhaustive vetting process. Right. It takes up to two years. And we got biometrics, and who knows whatever else that we use, magic and technology. But we've got the greatest vetting! I mean, we we're really doing a great job. We're really vetting these people,” right?

    Would somebody tell me: What are the deal-breakers? With our extensive and exhaustive vetting of refugees, what do they have to do to be rejected? Well, it's a legitimate, isn't it? Are they just be rubber stamps? Are any rejected? I want to know what deals end up being broken. What are the things that they do, what are the things that we could find out about them that would make us say, “Ah, ah, ah, ah! No way, Sahib. You're not getting in today”?

    Have you ever asked yourself that question? Wait a minute. See, you would assume that if they have any terrorist ties, they wouldn't get in. I don't want to assume anything. What if they had terrorist ties but only because they were mad at the pictures from Abu Ghraib? Do we let them in? What if they had terrorist ties because they were upset and made mentally deranged by George W. Bush? The same thing happened to a lot of Democrats.

    Would that be a deal breaker, or would we welcome them in as like-minded? (interruption) No, no, no, no, no. I'm serious. What are the deal breakers? What has to be said, what has to happen, what has to be discovered for a refugee to be rejected? I haven't seen that anywhere. I would just like to know. Anyway, in Obama’s latest diatribe against Senator Cruz and other Americans opposed to his insistence on continuing to import thousands of Muslim refugees from Syria, he said:

    “When I hear political leaders suggesting that there would be a religious test for which a person who's fleeing from a war-torn country is admitted, that's shameful. That's not American. That's not who we are. We don't have religious tests to our compassion.” I would venture to say that virtually everybody who hears him say that probably has to nod their head in agreement. “Yeah, yeah, that's probably right.” Except you'd all be wrong. My friend Andrew McCarthy, National Review Online:

    “Under federal law, the executive branch [of the United States of America] is expressly required to take religion into account in determining who is granted asylum. Under the provision governing asylum (section 1158 of Title 8, US Code), an alien applying for admission must establish that … religion [among other things] ... was or will be at least one central reason for persecuting the applicant.” We damn well ask them about religion! We damn well do decide who gets in and who does not based on aspects of religion.

    And it is in the federal statutes!

    “Moreover, to qualify for asylum in the United States, the applicant must be a ‘refugee’ as defined by federal law. That definition (set forth in Section 1101(a)(42)(A) of Title , US Code) also requires the executive branch to take account of the alien’s religion: The term ‘refugee’ means (A) any person who is outside any country of such person’s nationality ... and who is unable or unwilling to return to ... that country because of persecution or a well-founded fear of persecution on account of ... religion [among other things] ...[.]”

    Well, how can we confirm any of those claims if we don't know what their religion is? We have to ask them. It's in federal law. There are religious tests and requirements through the United States law. President Obama doesn't know what he's talking about. President Obama is pontificating from liberal feel-good bromides. He's projecting bigotry and racism and all these other things because he is a leftist radical and assumes that everybody opposing him is a bigot, a racist, or what have you.

    And he dares to tell some of the most devout and religious people of this country that they are bigots and unqualified and that they are shameful. This country has a record of looking out for itself. This country has statute after statute, historical event after historical event, precedent after precedent. This country has never, ever just opened the doors to anyone on the basis of “humanity” or “compassion” and said, “Come on in!” Never. It's another first brought to us by Obama. That's what he now wants to do, while claiming that people opposed to it are a new kind of American.

    largeDespicable, racist jingoistic, all of these negatives that they attach to Neanderthals, is the impression that Obama is trying to leave. So the law requires a religious test, and the reason for the religious test is obvious. The asylum law is not a reflection of the incumbent president's personal sense of compassion. No matter who that president is. We do not base any of this law on compassion. Asylum is a discretionary national act of compassion directed by law, not a whim to address persecution.

    Nowhere does the law say we must put ourselves at risk in order to exercise this compassion. Nowhere does it say anywhere in American statutory law or in American precedent that we must throw our values overboard in order to be compassionate or to satisfy the whims of a dubiously and questionably all-there president of the United States. There is no right to emigrate to the United States of America. Therefore, us — we — by maintaining our standards as established by law, protecting our national security and sovereignty are not violating anybody’s rights by standing up for our own.

    We are not violating anybody’s freedom, rights, or otherwise by acting in a way as to defend and protect the people of this country and the Constitution. The fact that someone might come from a country or territory ravaged by war does not by itself qualify one as an asylum candidate. If it did, we would be overrun already because war is never over. War is a staple in a world governed by the aggressive use of force.

    END TRANSCRIPT

    Audio:
    Rush Limbaugh Gives History Lesson On Immigration

    http://dailyrushbo.com/rush-limbaugh-gives-history-lesson-on-immigration/

  • Obama halts immigration amnesty push in court, bows to incoming Trump administration

    11/19/2016 9:04:53 AM PST · 12 of 60
    cpforlife.org to just me

    I’m guessing obozo tried to mouth off and Trump opened a Texas-sized can of woop ass...

  • Obama halts immigration amnesty push in court, bows to incoming Trump administration

    11/19/2016 9:02:49 AM PST · 10 of 60
    cpforlife.org to JPJones
    Yea, that's the word goin’ round. We shall see.

    Perhaps obozo is so shell shocked that they didn't steal enough to deliver the election to the hildaBEAST that they're all not doing what evil they would otherwise...

  • Obama halts immigration amnesty push in court, bows to incoming Trump administration

    11/19/2016 8:58:56 AM PST · 3 of 60
    cpforlife.org

    I searched 2 times and didn’t find this article. Surprised, as this is YUUUGE.

    Thank you President Trump!!!!

  • Obama halts immigration amnesty push in court, bows to incoming Trump administration

    11/19/2016 8:56:29 AM PST · 1 of 60
    cpforlife.org

    It's Mornining in America, once again!

    Thank you President Trump!!!!

  • Hidden Ipsos Poll: Public Strongly Backs Donald Trump’s Plan To ‘Pause’ Legal Immigration

    11/19/2016 8:49:49 AM PST · 51 of 86
    cpforlife.org to Wonder Warthog
    “I'm not opposed to giving those who are pulling their freight and have clean records amnesty to the extent of permanent legal residency, but those who came here illegally should NEVER be able to vote. Since they came here in deliberate violation of our laws, they should never be allowed a voice in changing those laws.”

    Under your circumstances, yes I might agree to permanent legal residency. But...

    Rush pointed this out: If they got citizenship w/o right to vote, the very next day libs would be suing in court, citing emanations and penumbras of COTUS and might win.

    Same legal BS step for permanent legal residency “why not citizenship, it's not fair”

    I don't trust what libs would attempt with any of this.

    Rush also pointed out related history of mass deportations.

    http://mediamatters.org/video/2015/11/11/limbaugh-trump-didnt-go-far-enough-with-immigra/206794

    audio at link

    RUSH LIMBAUGH: Jeb and Kasich and all these other guys, they look at it as a civil rights issue, and the left looks at it as a civil rights — they almost look at it as a racial issue, and it's not.

    [...]

    For them, they think it's an act of compassion to welcome them in, and if we disagree with ignoring the law, then we are called racists. And it's not about that at all, it's about sustaining the U.S. economy, the job market the wage base, all these kinds of things.

    [...]

    But I thought one of the most telling lines, when they're discussing all this, and Jeb says, well you know, they're — you're talking about deporting people, you're going to deport people — 11 million, 12 million people. You realize they're doing hand stands and applauding over at the Clinton campaign. And Trump comes in, you ever heard of Ike? I like Ike? Dwight Eisenhower. Ike? I like Ike? We like Ike? Everybody likes him. You know what Ike did? Ike got rid of a million-and-a-half — I mean, he deported — what do you mean it can't be done?

    [...]

    Trump was entirely correct to point out the history — what Eisenhower did. And I don't think Trump went far enough, actually. In reality, Harry Truman, another Democrat president, deported illegal aliens — over 3.4 million, did you know that?

    [...]

    Harry Truman deported illegal aliens — 3.4 million of them. You add that to the 2.1 million Ike deported — or who left on their own at the time. Nearly 6 million illegal aliens were deported or left voluntarily under those two highly-beloved presidents. The country didn't fall apart, and we didn't become a bunch of racists overnight. We didn't lose our compassion, we didn't lose our big hearts.

  • Hidden Ipsos Poll: Public Strongly Backs Donald Trump’s Plan To ‘Pause’ Legal Immigration

    11/19/2016 6:14:25 AM PST · 46 of 86
    cpforlife.org to Bushbacker1

    Sounds familiar.

    IIRC, this is the time he said he’d support if the amnesty mandated absolutely no voting for something like 10+ years? And they all just freaked.

    Proof its all about expanding dem votes.

  • Bill Clinton talking about immigration in the 1995 State of the Union. (CSPAN video clip)

    11/19/2016 5:40:49 AM PST · 13 of 26
    cpforlife.org to bigdaddy45

    Rush did correct himself sometime later, said it was extremely curtailed and some years only few thousand. I could not find that archive.

    But the immigration act of 1924 was in effect for decades. I believe we need something similar today.

  • The Silent Pro-Life Majority (Abortion most googled word on election day)

    11/19/2016 4:37:31 AM PST · 2 of 3
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    Pro-Life PING

    Please FreepMail me if you want on or off my Pro-Life Ping List.

  • The True Historical View on What Obama has Done to The World

    11/19/2016 4:32:29 AM PST · 24 of 32
    cpforlife.org to Candor7

    IMO obozo has been a cancerous plague on the Republic and the world at large.

    Wilson FDR and LBJ each wrought major damage to the COTUS. Even prior to obozo the Republic was unrecognizable from the Founders vision.

    obozo was worse than his three evil predecessors and attempted to finish us off. The dreaded hildaBEAST would have. If he wasn’t such a lazy clown obozo could have been far worse. God spared us.

  • Bill Clinton talking about immigration in the 1995 State of the Union. (CSPAN video clip)

    11/19/2016 4:20:41 AM PST · 5 of 26
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    Audio:

    Rush Limbaugh Gives History Lesson On Immigration

    http://dailyrushbo.com/rush-limbaugh-gives-history-lesson-on-immigration/

  • Bill Clinton talking about immigration in the 1995 State of the Union. (CSPAN video clip)

    11/19/2016 4:20:18 AM PST · 4 of 26
    cpforlife.org to FreedomPoster
    Rush Limbaugh Gives History Lesson On Immigration
    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2015/11/18/our_president_doesn_t_know_that_a_religious_test_for_refugees_seeking_asylum_is_required_by_federal_law
    No immigration, 1924 to 1965. The reason was that we had seen a flood of immigrants to the country and we had to assimilate them.

    THAT'S 41 YEARS W NO IMMIGRATION. I SUSPECT IT SHOULD BE AT LEAST TEN YEARS UNDER CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES. IMO


    Our President Doesn't Know That a “Religious Test” for Refugees Seeking Asylum Is Required by Federal Law

    November 18, 2015

    BEGIN TRANSCRIPT

    RUSH: As you know, I'm a history buff. I think there are a lot of lessons in history, and I want to share some history with you now. I've spoken frequently in recent months about how immigration to the United States was more than curtailed. It was suspended in the early 1920s. From 1924 to 1965 we didn't have any immigration. You'd be amazed still at the number of people who are hearing that for the first time and don't know it. That simply is not part of the American education curriculum, especially now. I know I didn't learn that in school, at any level of school.

    But it is particularly relevant today because the left and Obama and the United Nations are all accusing the United States of these horrific acts of bigotry and inhumane treatment and behavior of people and so forth. And they want to try to create this impression that we are reaching new depths, that the United States is sinking to new lows, and it's a terrible shame what's happened because of the right wing bigotry and the closed-mindedness and all of that that exists in this country.

    So I think it would be very useful and helpful here just to review a little history to let you know that what we propose today and what many Americans support today is actually traditionally American. It is not new. It is not unprecedented. It is historical. No immigration, 1924 to 1965. The reason was that we had seen a flood of immigrants to the country and we had to assimilate them. We took time to assimilate those who had come to America. They wanted to be Americans. They wanted to assimilate. They did not want to establish Balkanized beachheads of their countries. They did not forget their native cultures. They held on to them and they lived in neighborhoods, but they wanted to be Americans. They knew what being an American meant, compared to where they lived and where they were from. They wanted everything about America that they could get and they wanted to work hard for it. You know the drill.

    But there was another reason why immigration was curtailed in the early 1920s. And would you be surprised to learn that that reason was terrorist attacks? There were acts of terror committed in the United States, mostly from groups, the so-called anarchist groups. They were really mostly communists. But, for instance, September 6th, 1901, President William McKinley was assassinated by an anarchist in Buffalo, New York. And in the early 1900s there were a number of bombings and bombing attempts committed by these anarchists, the majority of whom were from southern and central and eastern Europe. They were part of this massive immigration that took place in the country, the late 1800s into the early 1900s.

    I'll give you a name. Ferdinando Sacco. I'll give you another name. Bartolomeo Vanzetti were two revolutionary terrorists who were convicted and executed in 1927 for a 1920 double murder carried out during a robbery. Sacco and Vanzetti became communist cause celebre for decades. Liberals argued they had been wrongly convicted. It was exactly what you get in the news today, except it happened back in the early 1920s. And if you read books and you see movies from or about that period anarchist bombings loom large. We had terrorism. It wasn't Islamic. But they were nevertheless acts of terror.

    There was a group. They were known as the anarchists. They have modern descendants to this day, Occupy Wall Street and so forth, all these anarchists that gather various global meetings of the United Nations around the world. The bill, the piece of legislation that limited immigration, the immigration act of 1924 was primarily aimed at further restricting the immigration of southern Europeans and eastern Europeans because those regions were seen as the hotbed for radical terrorists.

    It's not like we haven't been here and done that before. We have done exactly what is being suggested today. We've done it before. We have specified certain people. We targeted certain people for either deportation or imprisonment or just keep them out of the country precisely because of where they came from and because of the acts committed by others who had also come from the same place.

    Now, the difference was back in 1924 and the early 1920s everybody was all for it. We didn't have any terrorists apologists. Well, you did, you had some terrorist apologists, but they weren't anywhere near. They certainly weren't in the White House, and they weren't in the US House of Representatives, and they weren't in governorships. They were random Hollywood types and others. The literary crowd. But for the most part, my point here is that what's happening today has precedent. What's happening today is not the United States descending to new depths never before plundered.

    One other thing that you might be shocked to learn, ladies and gentlemen. President Obama, in one of his many harangues — you know, Trump put a message out on Instagram that said: You know, it's really scary, and it's really dangerous. Our president is insane.

    Okay, Dittocam. Sorry, I thought I had it on; it was off. The Dittocam is now on. (interruption) Because I didn't turn it on when it was off. It was not a glitch. I forgot to turn it on. It's on now. But Obama’s out there, I mean, defending acts of terror, downplaying acts of terror, and being hypercritical, and he doesn't need... By the way, when he starts in on Republicans and conservatives, either generically or by name, he doesn't need a teleprompter. Have you noticed? He doesn't need cue cards because that's when he's speaking from the heart.

    I have told you over and over again that to Obama and many like him in the Democrat Party and the left, we represent their greatest threat. In their eyes, we are far more dangerous to them. We pose a greater threat to them than ISIS or any other terror group, because we are trying to take their power away. We are trying to stop them. Do not doubt me. When Obama gets on these tirades — and they have been tirades, and they've been juvenile, and even some Democrats are starting to get worried about it, according to the Drive-By Media.

    For example, in his latest rip at Senator Ted Cruz and others opposed to his insistence on continuing to import thousands of Muslim refugees from Syria... Hey, by the way, can I ask a question about that? We're “vetting” them, right? Well, that's what they tell us. They're vetting them. (paraphrased) “We have an exhaustive vetting process. Right. It takes up to two years. And we got biometrics, and who knows whatever else that we use, magic and technology. But we've got the greatest vetting! I mean, we we're really doing a great job. We're really vetting these people,” right?

    Would somebody tell me: What are the deal-breakers? With our extensive and exhaustive vetting of refugees, what do they have to do to be rejected? Well, it's a legitimate, isn't it? Are they just be rubber stamps? Are any rejected? I want to know what deals end up being broken. What are the things that they do, what are the things that we could find out about them that would make us say, “Ah, ah, ah, ah! No way, Sahib. You're not getting in today”?

    Have you ever asked yourself that question? Wait a minute. See, you would assume that if they have any terrorist ties, they wouldn't get in. I don't want to assume anything. What if they had terrorist ties but only because they were mad at the pictures from Abu Ghraib? Do we let them in? What if they had terrorist ties because they were upset and made mentally deranged by George W. Bush? The same thing happened to a lot of Democrats.

    Would that be a deal breaker, or would we welcome them in as like-minded? (interruption) No, no, no, no, no. I'm serious. What are the deal breakers? What has to be said, what has to happen, what has to be discovered for a refugee to be rejected? I haven't seen that anywhere. I would just like to know. Anyway, in Obama’s latest diatribe against Senator Cruz and other Americans opposed to his insistence on continuing to import thousands of Muslim refugees from Syria, he said:

    “When I hear political leaders suggesting that there would be a religious test for which a person who's fleeing from a war-torn country is admitted, that's shameful. That's not American. That's not who we are. We don't have religious tests to our compassion.” I would venture to say that virtually everybody who hears him say that probably has to nod their head in agreement. “Yeah, yeah, that's probably right.” Except you'd all be wrong. My friend Andrew McCarthy, National Review Online:

    “Under federal law, the executive branch [of the United States of America] is expressly required to take religion into account in determining who is granted asylum. Under the provision governing asylum (section 1158 of Title 8, US Code), an alien applying for admission must establish that … religion [among other things] ... was or will be at least one central reason for persecuting the applicant.” We damn well ask them about religion! We damn well do decide who gets in and who does not based on aspects of religion.

    And it is in the federal statutes!

    “Moreover, to qualify for asylum in the United States, the applicant must be a ‘refugee’ as defined by federal law. That definition (set forth in Section 1101(a)(42)(A) of Title , US Code) also requires the executive branch to take account of the alien’s religion: The term ‘refugee’ means (A) any person who is outside any country of such person’s nationality ... and who is unable or unwilling to return to ... that country because of persecution or a well-founded fear of persecution on account of ... religion [among other things] ...[.]”

    Well, how can we confirm any of those claims if we don't know what their religion is? We have to ask them. It's in federal law. There are religious tests and requirements through the United States law. President Obama doesn't know what he's talking about. President Obama is pontificating from liberal feel-good bromides. He's projecting bigotry and racism and all these other things because he is a leftist radical and assumes that everybody opposing him is a bigot, a racist, or what have you.

    And he dares to tell some of the most devout and religious people of this country that they are bigots and unqualified and that they are shameful. This country has a record of looking out for itself. This country has statute after statute, historical event after historical event, precedent after precedent. This country has never, ever just opened the doors to anyone on the basis of “humanity” or “compassion” and said, “Come on in!” Never. It's another first brought to us by Obama. That's what he now wants to do, while claiming that people opposed to it are a new kind of American.

    largeDespicable, racist jingoistic, all of these negatives that they attach to Neanderthals, is the impression that Obama is trying to leave. So the law requires a religious test, and the reason for the religious test is obvious. The asylum law is not a reflection of the incumbent president's personal sense of compassion. No matter who that president is. We do not base any of this law on compassion. Asylum is a discretionary national act of compassion directed by law, not a whim to address persecution.

    Nowhere does the law say we must put ourselves at risk in order to exercise this compassion. Nowhere does it say anywhere in American statutory law or in American precedent that we must throw our values overboard in order to be compassionate or to satisfy the whims of a dubiously and questionably all-there president of the United States. There is no right to emigrate to the United States of America. Therefore, us — we — by maintaining our standards as established by law, protecting our national security and sovereignty are not violating anybody’s rights by standing up for our own.

    We are not violating anybody’s freedom, rights, or otherwise by acting in a way as to defend and protect the people of this country and the Constitution. The fact that someone might come from a country or territory ravaged by war does not by itself qualify one as an asylum candidate. If it did, we would be overrun already because war is never over. War is a staple in a world governed by the aggressive use of force.

    END TRANSCRIPT

  • More Good News, Governors / State Lower Houses / State Upper Houses, the Party on Top Is...

    11/19/2016 4:16:09 AM PST · 61 of 68
    cpforlife.org to DoughtyOne

    It's Mornining in America, once again!

    Thank you President Trump!!!!

  • More Good News, Governors / State Lower Houses / State Upper Houses, the Party on Top Is...

    11/19/2016 4:14:56 AM PST · 60 of 68
    cpforlife.org to taxcontrol

    Levin’s Article V book is must reading, imo.

    IMO TERM LIMITS FOR LEGISLATURE AND JUDICIARY would have a great chance w their ratings so low.

    MAGA!!

  • Hidden Ipsos Poll: Public Strongly Backs Donald Trump’s Plan To ‘Pause’ Legal Immigration

    11/19/2016 3:50:53 AM PST · 15 of 86
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    Audio:

    Rush Limbaugh Gives History Lesson On Immigration

    http://dailyrushbo.com/rush-limbaugh-gives-history-lesson-on-immigration/