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  • San Francisco death: Kate Steinle's family files lawsuit (Illegal Alien Killer)

    05/28/2016 8:28:38 AM PDT · 8 of 15
    Hostage to Trumpinator

    An American sweetheart murdered while strolling with her dad on the Embarcadero, Kate Steinle and so many others are victims of a twisted and dangerous politically correct ideology.

    RIP Kate, America will not forget you.

  • At unruly N.M. rally, Trump goes after GOP Gov. Martinez

    05/25/2016 9:03:22 AM PDT · 14 of 43
    Hostage to TangledUpInBlue

    People gossip and spread rumors, and then say Trump is possibly doing this, doing that, as if they have some sort of inside info when in fact they are just joining in with social chatter boxes.

    Martinez popular or not, the key takeaway is Trump is speaking the truth regardless. Martinez wants the Obama/GOPe money and has consented to bring in the Syrian Trojan Horse.

  • Hillary Clinton’s Camp Set Up ‘Veterans Against Trump’ Protest

    05/24/2016 9:54:56 AM PDT · 14 of 30
    Hostage to 2ndDivisionVet

    They won’t be able to overcome the decades of support the Trump family has devoted to veterans starting with his father Fred.

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/bloggers/3330070/posts?page=86#79

    (Yeah, I know it’s been posted repeatedly since last summer but many Freepers haven’t yet seen it)

  • The Supreme Court’s ruling on the continued existence of the United States

    05/22/2016 10:00:26 AM PDT · 7 of 13
    Hostage to yefragetuwrabrumuy

    > “If Obamacare was just ordinary legislation, repeal would be next to impossible, needing in practical terms, a 2/3rds vote of both the House and the Senate, *and* a presidential signature. “

    Uh ...no. That’s not how it works. It takes only a simple majority to pass legislation to repeal and a presidential signature to make the repeal a law.

    Legislation passed recently by simple majority vote to repeal Obamacare:

    http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/12/the-senate-finally-votes-to-repeal-obamacare/418644/

    But of course a VETO was expected, so McConnell’s passage to repeal was only a ‘show’ vote.

    Where the 2/3’s majority is needed is in OVERRIDING A VETO, but in that case, a presidential signature is NOT needed.

    Roberts did nothing heroic. He had another shot recently to scuttle Obamacare but he failed to do so. So he has upheld Obamacare not once but TWICE.

    The democrats used the 1934 FDR playbook for ACA where they argued that it was a social benefit for all while arguing in courts that it was a tax. Roberts carried their argument willingly even though arguments of the Commerce Clause were upheld.

    Trump has openly pinned Roberts with culpability for Obamacare pointing out that Roberts upheld Obamacare not once but twice. Further, Trump’s SCOTUS picks show that Roberts will become in effect a seat warmer for major decisions in the future.

  • What Would It Take for Donald Trump to Deport 11 Million and Build a Wall?

    05/20/2016 9:50:26 AM PDT · 82 of 146
    Hostage to conservative98

    Let’s see. An interstate freeway can be built from the west coast to the east coast for about 15 billion.

    A border wall can be viewed as a coast-to-coast vertical freeway but with a lot less distance. a lot less real estate and a lot less impact.

    Trump’s construction chiefs know how to estimate.

    Trump always comes in under budget.

    Trump is a master problem solver.

    Trump says it will take about 10 billion.

    Ok, I buy it.

  • Plan Calls To Limit Oil Imports (RADIO INTERVIEW)

    05/19/2016 7:33:34 AM PDT · 40 of 46
    Hostage to Arrian

    You’re full of nothing but BS. Now get Lost!

  • Republican senator spent the end of his life apologizing to Muslims for Trump

    05/19/2016 7:32:55 AM PDT · 69 of 145
    Hostage to HomerBohn

    Me too. I think they’re nothing but trouble, especially when it comes to politics.

  • Trump rally oozes fear, anxiety, and paranoia

    05/19/2016 4:56:38 AM PDT · 50 of 100
    Hostage to Jim Noble

    > “... scene at a George Wallace rally during the 1968 presidential campaign.”

    Oh yeah, so now GOP Donald Trump is the new democrat George Wallace.

    Bullcrap!

  • Republican senator spent the end of his life apologizing to Muslims for Trump

    05/19/2016 4:53:13 AM PDT · 24 of 145
    Hostage to HomerBohn

    Another adherent to the false religious cult of Mormonism in the same vein as Beck, Romney and so many others.

  • Plan Calls To Limit Oil Imports (RADIO INTERVIEW)

    05/19/2016 4:26:52 AM PDT · 35 of 46
    Hostage to Arrian

    I said provide proof or go away!

  • Plan Calls To Limit Oil Imports (RADIO INTERVIEW)

    05/18/2016 9:07:02 PM PDT · 29 of 46
    Hostage to Arrian

    I know all that and know much more than you on this subject. I was with a heavy investment team both in the Bakken and with negotiating LNG with KOGAS.

    The cost advantage of Saudi Arabia has ‘eroded’? BS! Back it up or go away!

    Most drillers in the US are not crony effing capitalists. They are small operators seeking a living and an opportunity for great success.

  • Plan Calls To Limit Oil Imports (RADIO INTERVIEW)

    05/18/2016 9:02:35 PM PDT · 28 of 46
    Hostage to JediJones

    Says who? Says you? You, the persistent Cruzbot? No thank you.

  • Plan Calls To Limit Oil Imports (RADIO INTERVIEW)

    05/18/2016 7:49:31 PM PDT · 19 of 46
    Hostage to JediJones

    Cheap oil results in bankrupt oil producers in the United States. Without oil drilling, there is no opportunity for energy independent.

    As long as Saudi Arabia has the competitive cost advantage in drilling and producing, they will play boom and bust games with the domestic oil industry. As soon as they roll over the US domestic oil producers, they will once again control the price of oil and the price will shoot right back up. Investors will grow tired of getting into oil plays knowing that the Saudis will lower the boom again.

    The solution is to put a $35 per barrel ‘floor’ on imports. That will enable domestic oil producers to stay in business and will still result in cheap products at the pump.

    Protectionism was what the Founders of this country supported and fought for. Protectionism is not a dirty word. Protectionism is 100% American because it puts America and Americans first.

  • LIVE THREAD - Sean Hannity Interviews Donald Trump - 10PM ET

    05/18/2016 7:42:09 PM PDT · 72 of 194
    Hostage to Democrats hate too much

    And after the House voted to impeach, the Senate led by a bastard sonofabitch named Trent Lott moved to scuttle Clinton’s conviction and removal.

    The State of Mississippi is a pariah in the United States. Their corruption is inbred. Their so-called GOP politicians are in many cases former corrupt democrats that found it convenient to defect to the GOP when the Reagan Revolution was in full swing.

    The power brokers of Mississippi are a national disgrace.

  • Plan Calls To Limit Oil Imports (RADIO INTERVIEW)

    05/18/2016 7:27:54 PM PDT · 16 of 46
    Hostage to null and void

    Saudi Arabia has a cost of about $6 to extract a barrel of oil.

    The United States has a cost of about $35.

    In Saudi Arabia, oil is so easy to extract it is often described as sticking a straw in the sand and out oozes oil.

    In the United States, the oil is harder to get to and requires more labor and specialized contractors.

    The good news is the United States has ten times more oil than Saudi Arabia.

    The bad news is that Saudi Arabia wants to bankrupt the oil producers in the United States.

    The reality is that if America is to achieve energy independence in terms of oil, it will need to protect Americans and the American oil industry.

  • LIVE THREAD - Sean Hannity Interviews Donald Trump - 10PM ET

    05/18/2016 7:06:05 PM PDT · 10 of 194
    Hostage to SoFloFreeper

    ALL OF THEM!

    PACK THE COURT!!!

  • Philadelphia Aims To Become International Hub For Indoor Farming

    05/18/2016 10:12:28 AM PDT · 35 of 41
    Hostage to 2ndDivisionVet

    This actually is a development that could be a game changer especially with the robotics coming out of Boston Dynamics and Rethink Robotics, also from Boston. LED technologies also play out in this to get the cost factor for indoor lighting down.

    I hope to see this accelerated under a Trump Administration as it will counter any arguments for needing farmworkers from south of the border.

  • How I Acted Like A Pundit And Screwed Up On Donald Trump

    05/18/2016 10:03:17 AM PDT · 39 of 40
    Hostage to bert

    > “there is no such data”

    You are correct. By such data you mean a ‘representative sample’.

    A representative sample in statistics means a subset of the population, a subset that has all the characteristics of the larger population.

    To get a representative sample, a sampling plan must be designed and executed.

    But sampling plans today are impossible to execute because people either are not home, are not going to pickup the phone, or will hangup; these are the ‘non-respondents’ and they make up about 90% of original sampling plans. Those few that do pickup, the 10% ‘respondents’, are not representative.

    It is interesting to see how the primary polls favored Trump pretty much across the board in nearly every state. The polling was indeed invalid because the underlying sampling plans were impossible to execute.

    But there was one ‘signal’ that all the pollsters did not account for but which they picked up on, the ‘Elephant In The Room’. That Elephant comprised the nearly 100 million Americans sitting home out of work.

    Trump’s leading polls were driven in large part by pissed-off Americans sitting at home or working PT jobs, unsatisfied with the state of the economy and their lives as a result.

    Silver didn’t pickup on that signal because likely he was screwing around with his sampling plan trying to reach what he considered as the ‘larger moderate, employed’ population. In other words, he kept working his call list to reach more of what he thought was a real representative sample, and that is where his bias entered. The man is stupid. I imagine he was getting the same results as other polls but his paycheck was conditioned on his coming up with something that was ‘missed’ by others. So his ‘clever crafting’ became ‘salacious stupidity’ at best, but more likely a deceitful sellout at worst. His stupidity stems from the same Beltway well that hypothesizes the media has the power to destroy any candidate of their choosing. He’s stupid because he missed the role of social media and their near absolute hatred and contempt for the national news media.

    I know statistics better than most people on the planet. Silver is a lightweight, a PhD reject that got his name in the spotlight with the syndicated news media. His apologizing in this crappola report is an attempt to smooth over his stupidity and get in the good graces of those that feed his belly. He’s on his way out.

  • How I Acted Like A Pundit And Screwed Up On Donald Trump

    05/18/2016 6:17:30 AM PDT · 3 of 40
    Hostage to TaxPayer2000

    Pssst! Hey Silver!

    No one gives a flying flip about your blah blah blah ...

    Now go back to your spreadsheets and macros, and regain contact with your inner nerd.

  • Donald Trump Jr. reacts to the primary results

    05/18/2016 4:50:19 AM PDT · 10 of 32
    Hostage to ameribbean expat; onona

    > “Bet he runs for NY governor.”

    Oh my, that would be awesome.

  • Violinist Itzhak Perlman cancels performance over LGBT law

    05/17/2016 8:29:58 PM PDT · 47 of 58
    Hostage to Olog-hai

    I think seriously on these types of news announcements.

    I am not sure what Perlman’s orientation is, and it doesn’t matter. He and many others not only bow out of engaging in events in NC but they also ANNOUNCE THE REASON FOR CANCELLING.

    So there is a clue in itself. Why the need to ‘explain’? The need is to put political pressure on the NC government to reverse their law, and perhaps more importantly to warn other governments that are working on the same type of legislation.

    There is a society of agents for international star performers. These agents are always talking to each other about scheduling their performer either with others or separate from others so as to maximize ticket sales.

    It is against an agent’s instinctive desire to rake in sales receipts that they would make a cancellation and then ANNOUNCE THE REASON for doing so.

    So what could it be? What would make these agents cancel an entire state with so much money at stake? Bathrooms? No. That’s silly.

    What’s making them cancel is the existence of another society, a bigger and more influential society, that orders cancellations or else. Perlman’s agent likely heard someone on the phone demand a cancellation be made OR ELSE. Or else what? Or else Perlman wasn’t going to get any offers from other lucrative performance venues.

    What we have is a political force, a business force, and a financing force, all pressuring performers to tow a political line or else. All this for the purpose of confusing gender identity which amounts to nearly zero percent of the wider public.

    It should be obvious this is agenda driven.

    Now here’s a way to view a means to fight back:

    Perlman, by cancelling his performance in venues where the public chooses via their elected representatives to set proper norms and traditions, is in fact, himself DISCRIMINATING AGAINST TRADITIONS of a region, a public society.

    The homosexual lobby has shown the way in how they file lawsuits against Christian businesses and push for heavy prosecution.

    A way to possibly fight back is to sue the business of Perlman, sue his agent and any John Does that are revealed to have coerced him or his agent. The plaintiff can sue for religious discrimination by Perlman and named parties.

    Once the lawsuit is filed in a friendly court, the plaintiff’s lawyers can ANNOUNCE that Perlman is being sued for damages over religious discrimination, damages amounting to lost revenues to patrons of the arts, to the local businesses that normally benefit from crowds attending his performances, from the public who feel ‘emotionally distressed’ by Perlman’s discrimination, and so on.

    The idea is to get on the offence because otherwise this nonsense will never stop. But more importantly, the first battles must be won decisively. The very best, most aggressive, most esteemed lawyers must be retained to file such lawsuits to maximize the probability of winning. Because there is one certainty in the legal workd, successful lawsuits that achieve damage awards build themselves a cottage industry of lawsuits.

    And the result will be all the performers that have made it to the limelight will never ever be sucked into political coercion again. In the Perlman case, his agent will be begging to not have him involved in ‘following orders’ from those setting the agenda because of legal risk.

  • Trump to get intel briefings despite opposition

    05/16/2016 8:58:39 PM PDT · 43 of 70
    Hostage to Jyotishi

    > “CIA analyst Aki Pe ritz ...”

    These government parasites need to know their place.

    Ronald Reagan had a hostile relationship with many many enemies of America, both foreign and domestic. His first meeting with Gorbachev in Reykjavik was in the press for weeks about how icy cold their relationship was, how ‘hard-line’ Reagan was.

    Trump knows better how to handle intel than any CIA bureaucrat. And as any smart person will do, when you don’t know something, you ask the right people, people that are trusted. Donald Trump will do far better than anyone can imagine.

  • Crossing the Line: How Donald Trump Behaved With Women in Private [Ignores Bill Clinton's Behavior]

    05/15/2016 7:33:35 AM PDT · 46 of 70
    Hostage to exDemMom

    You summed it up perfectly.

    Now that Donald Trump is the near-certain GOP nominee, the NY Times aims at coloring his image as demeaning to women, even as you said, he’s been in the spotlight for decades.

  • Hillary Pledges Open Borders, Levin Responds with Attack on Trump’s Tariffs

    05/14/2016 6:11:50 PM PDT · 2 of 133
    Hostage to Rockitz

    I briefly heard Levin yesterday, first time in months, although I’ve seen references to his behavior on FR since.

    Yesterday, he was completely irrational, filled with hatred, thinking he was making some sort of points but I quickly saw he was searching for any loose pretext from which to launch a tirade against Trump.

    For his sake, I hope he gets himself straightened out.

  • Maduro Orders Seizure of Closed Venezuela Factories, Jailing of Owners

    05/14/2016 6:07:41 PM PDT · 52 of 199
    Hostage to Publius

    The smart ones took whatever valuables they had and fled the country.

    It will be interesting to see the reaction from the Obama White House.

  • EPIC ! Candidate Donald Trump Just Trolled The Entire Mainstream U.S. Media…

    05/14/2016 4:31:25 AM PDT · 27 of 73
    Hostage to sheikdetailfeather
  • Surprise! After secret talks, tiny Vermont town gets 100 Muslim migrants

    05/13/2016 9:52:32 AM PDT · 34 of 65
    Hostage to Mr. Mojo

    > “...instead of whether the city had the means to accommodate the refugees”

    Just how much did Obama give these jerks to ‘settle’ these bastards?

    > “The benefits, economically and culturally, that we will recognize is exactly what the community needs at this time...”

    Uh-Huh, Yep. Money paid by Obama from money that Ryan gleefully put at his disposal.

    F’ing bastards!

  • Federal court to Obama: You can’t spend money on ObamaCare if Congress didn’t allocate

    05/13/2016 9:24:42 AM PDT · 4 of 11
    Hostage to Sean_Anthony

    Except the judge stayed her own ruling. For the non-legal aware, ‘stay’ means block the ruling.

    That means Obama can go right ahead and spend the money however they want. Congress has to appeal the stay which could take another year or so.

    So this is a nothing burger.

    The ruling essentially says “you can’t do that! But I’m not stopping you!”

  • Trump takes on Amazon (Actually takes on Jeff Bezos and Washington Post)

    05/13/2016 8:41:37 AM PDT · 29 of 61
    Hostage to Trumpinator

    In an ideal fantasy world Bezos would be a conservative supporting Trump. Bezos is a helluva salesman. I use Amazon a lot but I get so sick of these internet billionaires towing the progressive line.

    I am not opposed to Bezos’ Amazon having a low tax rate. But I am opposed to Bezos using WAPO as a propaganda tool against Trump.

    Trump has a knack for taking down his enemies. I will be at a loss if Amazon begins to disintegrate and they very well could. It would start by them jacking up their prices, removing services and features, laying off employees. It could happen similarly to what happened to eBay under Meg whatchamacallit.

    I don’t know about Bezo’ antitrust problem. Perhaps a Freeper or two can summarize that.

  • Limbaugh conducts experiment on Trump fans: ‘This is exactly what I was expecting’

    05/13/2016 6:02:43 AM PDT · 149 of 151
    Hostage to rightwingintelligentsia

    Get lost Limbaugh! Jeb Bush gave her a ‘Liberty Award’.

    Trump was not a politician in 2012. And he was after the Old Post Office Pavilion on the Mall so he had to ‘win’ which is what he does, and that included schmoozing Pelosi.

    Now at age 69, he wants to win for Americans unlike your lying Romney stooge Cruz who would lose to Hillary because he’s so unlikable.

  • Donald Trump Is Weighing Newt Gingrich for Vice President

    05/12/2016 11:06:25 PM PDT · 39 of 150
    Hostage to monkapotamus

    Gingrich fits the bill.

    Yes, he made a stupid step with Pelosi and Global Warming, but he admitted in hindsight that it was a really dumb thing he did. So at least he has the power to self-correct.

    But we need to caution Newt not to get wrapped up in fads and hype. He needs to be very smart and very focused. I think he will be a good VP for President Trump because he fills the need that Donald described which is to have someone who is terrific and who is really experienced with getting things done in Congress.

    Newt also had very good advice for Donald when the photos of Melania were scandalized through the scumbag media. If Donald had received Newt’s advice how to handle it, he would have gained points in the polls rather than hit a bump in the road. It shows that Newt has political media vision that Donald can benefit from.

    I really like the image of Ben Carson as VP as he’s gentle and so intelligent. But unfortunately, he just doesn’t have the experience working with Congress. I hope he’s not put in the Surgeon General slot as many expect. He should be given a bigger profile and a challenge that with the public will increase his reputation for good governance. After a term in the White House perhaps as Secretary of the Interior, he could run for governor of Maryland.

    Ben is 64 so he’s not out of range to run for President in the future but he may finish out his career in politics as a goodwill ambassador at large. perhaps as Secretary of State. It’s almost a given that Donald is going to pack the State Department with hard-nosed trade negotiators but there’s always a need for a person to finesse a series of meetings when the tension has risen to the boiling point.

  • Cruz: Those who bolstered Trump 'will bear that responsibility going forward'

    05/12/2016 8:31:46 PM PDT · 167 of 375
    Hostage to DIRTYSECRET

    Actually, the Freepers that supported and donated to Cruz last year, saw a different Cruz emerge this year. They saw a Cruz who surrounded himself with scumbags and scoundrels, and who allowed himself to be controlled by the establishment to stop Trump while living a fantasy that he was some sort of outsider.

    There were a lot of Freepers that were astonished, hurt, angered, in disbelief that his Cruz person could be so stupid as to act the way he did. Oh sure, he could talk Constitution and push some conservative buttons, but he revealed to reasonable people, people that had supported him, that he had a screw loose.

    He turned out to be an embarrassment. Now those erstwhile supporters can’t stand to hear him or see him, and they certainly don’t want him in any position of authority.

    His “naysayers” as you call them, are a lot smarter about behavior than you can know, and they know he’s bad news.

  • Cruz: Those who bolstered Trump 'will bear that responsibility going forward'

    05/12/2016 8:23:03 PM PDT · 157 of 375
    Hostage to MotorCityBuck

    Yep.

  • A Joint Statement from House Speaker Paul Ryan and Donald J. Trump

    05/12/2016 10:13:20 AM PDT · 163 of 254
    Hostage to Jarhead9297

    > “To date ....”

    Yeah, to date. And more are accumulating because voters are pressuring their reps.

    Ryan is hated, is a known liar, is not persuasive nor inspiring, has no real world experience except driving an Oscar Mayer Weiner Vehicle, has no achievements in Congress, is a coward and a sellout. The list could go on.

    He is now being primaried by a very credible challenger and his only solace is his lifetime pension and perks that Congress voted themselves in the past, and for which he did nearly nothing to earn.

    Screw Ryan, no one needs him. Soon he will see that obeying Romney will risk much more than he figured and he will be begging Trump for help. Donald will not endorse him but will make a show of his being a unifier.

    Ryan will be gone.

  • A Joint Statement from House Speaker Paul Ryan and Donald J. Trump

    05/12/2016 8:57:18 AM PDT · 91 of 254
    Hostage to Jarhead9297

    The House has been telling Ryan to get behind Trump. That means their constituents are saying to them to tell Ryan to stand down.

    Trump doesn’t need Ryan. Ryan needs Trump.

  • A Joint Statement from House Speaker Paul Ryan and Donald J. Trump

    05/12/2016 8:46:13 AM PDT · 64 of 254
    Hostage to winoneforthegipper

    Screw Ryan, bring in Nehlen.

  • US Election 2016: Donald Trump softens stance on Muslim ban (He Better Not)

    05/12/2016 8:22:48 AM PDT · 21 of 75
    Hostage to Cubs Fan

    This is the BBC claiming that Trump has to ‘deal’ with Ryan and other more ‘agreeable’ politicians in the USA.

    Trump has said repeatedly that his proposal to ban Muslims is only temporary until we know who is who, meaning we have a way to vet Muslim visitors to the USA.

    The BBC is joining in with their leftist echo chamber that Americans are not so ‘crazy’ as to actually embrace Trump, they are trying to keep their own assured that American nationalism is overblown.

    Trump will not waver because he remembers the Towers coming down on 9-11. He is going to reestablish real screening at immigration checkpoints and port of entries.

  • City Assisting with Influx of People Crossing Border Illegally

    05/12/2016 6:58:00 AM PDT · 10 of 22
    Hostage to Jane Long

    Build the wall AND repeal the Cuban Adjustment Act.

  • NC Senator: Congress Should Stay Out of Bathroom Issue

    05/11/2016 4:42:51 PM PDT · 18 of 22
    Hostage to Grams A

    > “Why do Republicans in D.C. have such a difficult time coming to grips with this fact?”

    Incumbency plus PACs plus lifetime benefits equals “don’t give a damn” except in election season.

  • Ted Cruz poised to challenge Trump in Texas

    05/11/2016 4:17:41 PM PDT · 103 of 252
    Hostage to maggief

    I am rarely wrong but can do nothing bot shake my head that I ever supported and defended this guy.

  • Giuliani: ‘No Question’ Trump Muslim Ban Violates First Amendment

    05/11/2016 1:56:07 PM PDT · 79 of 173
    Hostage to Chaguito

    It’s a system of governance, a supra-nation defined by religious ideology, at war with the west. He could ask Congress for a moratorium and SCOTUS would not touch it.

    Trump’s lawyers already, I am sure, have it mapped.

  • Giuliani: ‘No Question’ Trump Muslim Ban Violates First Amendment

    05/11/2016 1:06:18 PM PDT · 8 of 173
    Hostage to Mechanicos

    I haven’t read this through but the title confuses me. How can a Muslim foreigner be granted 1st Amendment rights? Please tell me what I’m missing.

  • Is Donald Trump an Islamophobe?

    05/11/2016 12:23:54 PM PDT · 15 of 66
    Hostage to Jyotishi

    Author nails it except I would describe a rational view of Muslims as not one of ‘fear’ but of ‘distrust’ as evidenced by the long history of their true intentions.

  • Trump launches tax plan rewrite

    05/11/2016 7:43:46 AM PDT · 19 of 25
    Hostage to GIdget2004

    Gene Sperling is a POS. There are no redeeming qualities in him whatsoever.

    The real question is “Will they use Static or Dynamic Scoring?”.

    Kudlow is good for this and will likely push for Dynamic Scoring.

  • Trump's empty administration [GOPe Strikes Back]

    05/10/2016 12:30:14 PM PDT · 50 of 55
    Hostage to C19fan

    The “I’m too good for Trump” morons don’t realize they will be bending over to kiss his behind in just a few months as they realize their whole way of life is going to be turned upside down.

    Politico is a real POS.

  • As Predicted – Billionaire Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush Backers Now Financing Hillary Clinton…

    05/10/2016 8:20:11 AM PDT · 7 of 28
    Hostage to Bratch

    > “a hedge fund founded by billionaire James Simons”

    Not surprising as these are the very bastards that pay near zero taxes through loopholes that Trump aims to put out of business.

    It is a certainty That Simons is a chosen Princeling of the big bank members of the NY Fed who have been conducting the carry trade that steers funds to the federal government and away from the private sector.

    This is part of the revenue stream that I have been posting about that derives near certain obscene sums from the carry trade and siphons off small fractions in the hundreds of millions for PACs and individual candidates.

    There is no special talent to be a James Simons. All that is needed is to be a chosen member of the insider club and to carry out orders

  • Donald Trump: 'Russell Moore is Truly a Terrible Representative of Evangelicals'--Really?

    05/10/2016 8:02:50 AM PDT · 49 of 137
    Hostage to sonrise57

    How about providing some background info on just what this is all about?

    I don’t know anything about Russell Moore nor why should anyone care to know of him?

    I do know Donald Trump does not attack someone unless he’s first been attacked by them.

    I also know Donald has a very big heart, has helped untold numbers of people, and loves America.

    What the hell does Moore bring to the table?

  • Hillary’s Emails Hacked by Russia – Kremlin Deciding Whether to Release 20,000 Stolen Emails

    05/10/2016 7:23:05 AM PDT · 69 of 124
    Hostage to ProtectOurFreedom; maggief

    The Russians are masters at spying, snooping, monitoring and trapping.

    They can be beat when patriots are in charge on our side. But Hillary’s people are not patriots, they are power seekers.

    Hillary is the one that ultimately enabled the Russians to break into State Department servers because she decided to have a nonsecure offsite computer server handling her traffic. Apparently she was more interested in security from the American government than she was anyone else.

    Hillary is not that bright. She thinks that barking orders are all that are necessary to get her way and to protect her turf.

    Most criminals are not bright, and Hillary is a criminal mind because she feels justified to do anything because ‘someone else’ is out there plotting against her. Paranoia is at the root of her psychosis.

    Paranoia is a good state when operating WITHIN the system. It becomes a driver to criminal results when operating OUTSIDE the system.

    The American government and its security network operate well when its own players operate within the rules. When a high American official operates outside of its own network, the system is compromised so that foreign spies can breach security.

    Hillary, malicious intent or not, must be prosecuted to the full extent of the law in order to deter future official security violations. If the command structure network knows that no one escapes justice including those at the highest levels, then the security of the American government is less prone to being compromised.

  • Trump just exposed America's dirty little secret: Schiff

    05/09/2016 1:18:45 PM PDT · 116 of 126
    Hostage to RayofHope

    They are not negotiable meaning they cannot be traded and have no market value. In other words, they are meaningless.

    Their only value is the backing of the full faith and credit of the United States. But that backing is growing more and more precarious.

    Trump will not touch them, he will have the SS Trust solvency in mind when his plan takes action. He wants to save SS for all Americans.

  • Just in! Paul Ryan makes big announcement regarding stepping down

    05/09/2016 1:14:44 PM PDT · 40 of 89
    Hostage to BlackFemaleArmyCaptain

    He’s fearing his reelection prospects.