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  • Hey, Freedom Caucus blow your no vote out your hypocritical @#%es

    03/24/2017 9:56:23 PM PDT · by WhatNot · 159 replies
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    The same people who just voted no on Paul Ryan's bill because it wasn't "conservative" enough, are the same people who voted to make Paul Ryan speaker of the House. Why? Was Ryan more conservative back then, then he is today? Did Ryan promise them something, in order to get their vote. Or is the FC just a bunch of hypocrites. I think honest people know the answer.
  • GOP Groups Call Carbon Tax A Free Market Solution To Climate Change

    03/21/2017 5:39:08 PM PDT · by moonhawk · 50 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | Chris White
    GOP Groups Call Carbon Tax A Free Market Solution To Climate Change CHRIS WHITE 11:15 AM 03/20/2017 Various conservative groups are ramping up efforts to promote what they call ďfree enterpriseĒ policies to wrestle the climate change warrior title from Democrats. GOP-affiliated groups, such as ConservAmerica and republicEn, are doubling efforts to recruit Republican lawmakers to work on rebutting President Donald Trumpís climate skepticism. They are also hoping to hijack the Democratsí traditional stranglehold on the environmental movement. Their primary goal is to use what they believe are free market solutions to so-called man-made global warming to entice Republican colleagues...
  • McConnell: Federal job creation agency won't be cut

    03/20/2017 5:05:54 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 34 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Mar 20, 2017 2:17 PM EDT
    U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says heíll fight a proposal to eliminate a 52-year-old federal agency that seeks to create jobs. McConnell told WYMT-TV Saturday that heís opposed to the proposal to do away with the Appalachian Regional Commission, which is contained in President Donald Trumpís budget for Fiscal 2018. In fact, McConnell said, ďWe are not going to allow any cutsĒ to the commission. Ö
  • 'Over our dead bodies': Ohio conservative taking on liberals, RINOs on sanctuary cities

    03/20/2017 12:56:54 PM PDT · by 198ml · 7 replies
    CR ^ | 3/20/17 | Nate Madden
    Josh Mandel will stop at nothing to keep the people of Ohio safe from illegal immigrant crime. But that is a little unusual when you consider that immigration issues donít really fall into his job description. Mandel is Ohioís state treasurer and is currently locked in a political fight with liberal politicians over whether or not two of the Buckeye Stateís biggest cities should help illegals skirt federal law enforcement. He is coming up against a political machine that is thoroughly bipartisan. Earlier this year, the mayors of Columbus and Cincinnati announced that they wanted their cities to become sanctuary...
  • Big Government Republicans Rebuke Trump Budget

    03/17/2017 12:56:12 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 44 replies
    Kentucky Republican congressman Hal Rogers, who has spent more than three decades on the House Appropriations Committee, including six years as the chairman, rejected President Donald Trumpís fiscal year 2018 budget as Congress begins consideration of the presidentís rearrangement of priorities. ďWhile we have a responsibility to reduce our federal deficit, I am disappointed that many of the reductions and eliminations proposed in the Presidentís skinny budget are draconian, careless and counterproductive,Ē said Rogers, one of the so-called ďcardinals,Ē the nickname for the lawmakers controlling how federal money is spent. Rogers said he was concerned about cuts to programs in...
  • The Leahy Rules for Supreme Court Confirmation Mean Gorsuch Must Be Confirmed

    03/17/2017 6:32:52 AM PDT · by KeyLargo · 18 replies
    The Republican Lawyer ^ | March 16, 2017
    Thursday, March 16, 2017 The Leahy Rules for Supreme Court Confirmation Mean Gorsuch Must Be Confirmed In preparation for the Gorsuch hearing next week, we thought we would mention some of the Democrat Rules for confirmation of a Supreme Court Justice from their most senior member. The Leahy Rule (Part 1) on the Presidentís power to pick a Supreme Court Justice. And I think as members of the [Judiciary] Committee, we should respect the mandate the president has earned. The president had told us in 1980 and 1984 he would appoint judges of his philosophy. He was given a mandate...
  • Is Trump silencing Ryan like he did Romney?

    03/17/2017 7:43:19 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 20 replies
    If you follow the logic of an unnamed White House staffer in the Atlantic, the whole idea that former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney was being considered to be President Trump's secretary of state was a ruse from the beginning. Romney was one of Trump's biggest critics before the election. And after Trump declined to pick him for secretary of state, how could he criticize Trump going forward and not have it look like sour grapes? ¬ď‚ÄȬĎJudas Iscariot got 30 pieces of silver; Mitt Romney got a dish of frog legs at Jean-Georges. And even at that, it was the appetizer...
  • CBO conforms: Full repeal of Obamacare is the ONLY way forward

    03/13/2017 6:17:55 PM PDT · by 198ml · 52 replies
    Conservative Review ^ | 3/13/17 | Daniel Horowitz
    Just as we predicted, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has released a report demonstrating that the ďtoo-clever-by-halfĒ approach of RINOcare will result in the worst possible outcome for insurance prices and coverage numbers. Itís clear that by exacerbating the death spiral of the existing failed market before 2020, the political reality will ensure that even the minor reforms implemented to Medicaid and the exchange subsidies in 2020 will never occur. And the disaster will all be blamed on a wrongly-perceived Obamacare repeal bill instead of Obamacare itself. Full repeal is the only solvent way forward.
  • Most of These Republicans Ran On Low Taxes; But All Voted to Keep Them High

    03/13/2017 12:32:29 PM PDT · by MichCapCon · 4 replies
    Michigan Capitol Confidential ^ | 3/9/2017 | Jarrett Skorup
    All House Democrats except one joined 12 Republicans to defeat a bill that would have slightly lowered Michiganís income tax rate. A review of their campaign record shows that most of the GOP members ran on a record of lower taxes and a smaller state government. In 2007, Gov. Jennifer Granholm and Democrats in the Michigan Legislature ó with the help of a few Republicans ó pushed through an 11.5 percent income tax hike in the early hours of the morning on a deadline. At the time, the state was running a projected budget deficit and the tax hike was...
  • Two R.A.T Groups Fighting for Control Both Filled With False Information and Many LyingÖ

    03/09/2017 6:27:44 PM PST · by HarleyLady27 · 9 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | March 9, 2017 | Sundance
    Itís obvious the financial interests are pouring in money to the R.A.T groups right now in the fight over ObamaCare Repeal and/or Replace. Boy howdy are they all fibbing as they fling their poo at each other. Forget the Democrats in this discussion. For the sake of this analysis we only look at the right side of the UniParty; the Republican side.
  • Republicans Healthcare Plan Is Nothing More Than A Yugo With American Tires.

    03/06/2017 6:25:26 PM PST · by OneVike · 111 replies
    3/6/17 | OV
    They screwed us and I am ANGRY!!!!! The Republicans gave us 123 pages of changes to a 12,000 page healthcare atrocity forced on us by Obama and the Democrats. Call your Representative and Senator and demand they go back and start from scratch. If they give us this, then the Republicans will own it with the Democrats. KILL OBAMACARE and start from scratch!!!!
  • Republicans need to support Trump or 'find themselves out of job'

    03/05/2017 12:46:12 PM PST · by Mozilla · 11 replies
    World Net Daily ^ | March 5, 2017 | Alicia Powe
    WASHINGTON Ė Kelli Ward, a conservative Republican U.S. Senate candidate who challenged Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., during the 2016 election, says McCain and other Republicans who continuously oppose President Trump are facing a rugged future. ďPeople like John McCain and Sen. Jeff Flake, who oppose Donald Trump are going to find themselves out in the cold and hopefully out of a job,Ē Ward told WND. ďCareer politicians are one of those many things thatís wrong with Washington, D.C.,Ē she continued. ďPresident Trump said we need to drain the swamp. Itís going to take more than one cycle to do just...
  • Trump's Senate Saboteurs

    03/03/2017 6:35:57 AM PST · by KeyLargo · 11 replies
    American Thinker ^ | March 3, 2017 | Fran Fawcett Peterson
    American Thinker Trump's Senate Saboteurs By Fran Fawcett Peterson March 3, 2017 The Republican-controlled Senate is to blame for only 17 Trump confirmations so far. Trump has 1242 more needing Senate approval, or the number may be as low as 500, it's hard to pin down. Republicans are to blame because they are in the majority and thus in control of the schedule. Given the Senateís vacation schedule, officially ďstate work period,Ē there is an almost impossibility of Trump getting all 1242 appointees confirmed in four years even if they worked round the clock. If the figure is only 500...
  • McCain says he loves leaks ó when they're not about him

    03/02/2017 3:40:23 PM PST · by kevcol · 39 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | March 2, 2017 | Joel Gehrke
    "If it's about some mistake I made I hate it, but if it's about someone else I love it," he cracked while talking to the Brookings Institution Board of Directors. . . . McCain, who had provided a copy of the memos to the FBI for investigation, said it was "totally wrong" that the document was leaked. "The fact that this un-validated document, to say the least, was leaked ó it's somebody's responsibility," he told Fox News."The very fact that it was leaked, one, is a commentary on this town."
  • Anger boils over at CNNís town hall featuring ĎDemoRATSí Graham and McCain day after Trumpís speech

    03/02/2017 5:22:45 AM PST · by kevcol · 44 replies
    Bizpac Review ^ | March 2, 2017 | Tom Tillison
    Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham took part in a town hall hosted by CNN Wednesday night and gave Democrats plenty of fodder to keep bashing President Donald Trump over contact between his campaign and Russia. . . . A one point, the town hall became somewhat of a love-fest when Graham starting talking about his friendship with McCain, bring a tear to the eye of both men. ďHe is loyal to his friends. He loves his country. And if he has to stand up to his party for his country, so be it,Ē Graham said of his colleague. ďHe...
  • Russian Hackers Prank Call to Senator Lindsey Graham - He Reveals Much

    02/17/2017 5:14:20 PM PST · by tony75034 · 12 replies
    whatfinger.com ^ | 2/17/2017 | Lord of All Editors
    Here's the next installation of the Russian Hackers who pranked our leadership. This clown RINO Senator says that they have the votes to override any veto by Tump for new sanctions on Russia. This one is cut off after 2.35 minutes. Way too short unlike the one done with McCain and Maxine Waters (both links are below) so you can hear how ridiculously stupid Waters is. Other two links for Maxine Waters and Also the Joh McCain Prank call is on the page.
  • Is there a conspiracy inside Washington to destroy Trump's inner circle?

    02/15/2017 2:57:59 PM PST · by HogsBreath · 56 replies
    DailyMail ^ | 02-15-2017 | Nikki Schwab
    Top Republican claims Flynn was the appetizer - Kellyanne will be next and Trump is 'the entree' Speaking to Bloomberg View columnist Eli Lake, Rep. Devin Nunes suggested there was a nefarious pattern in the leaks plaguing the Trump administration Nunes believed the resignation of National Security Advisor Michael Flynn was just the beginning as other members of Trump's inner circle will be targeted 'First it's Flynn, next it will be Kellyanne Conway, then it will be Steve Bannon, then it will be Reince Priebus,' the Republican lawmaker said
  • Republicans Are Already Trying to Raise Taxes

    02/15/2017 10:56:38 AM PST · by TBP · 59 replies
    FEE ^ | February 15, 2017 | Steve Forbes
    Republicans in the House of Representatives are inadvertently setting a nasty political and economic trap for Donald Trump. Yes, itís the Republicans, not the Democrats, who are ready to administer an unnecessary black eye to the new President. Thatís not their intention, but it manifestly will be the result. There has been virtually no debate or public discussion about this new, horrible tax. The vehicle for this unwitting GOP punch is a new exaction called the border adjustability tax. This levy will cost American consumers at least a trillion dollars over the next ten years. Knowing how Washington politicians calculate...
  • Senior Republican statesmen propose replacing Obamaís climate policies with a carbon tax

    02/11/2017 5:37:45 PM PST · by yoe · 58 replies
    The Washington Post ^ | Feburary 8, 2017 | Chris Mooney and Juliet Eilperin
    Representatives from a coalition of veteran Republican officials ó including five who have either served as treasury secretary or as chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers ó met Wednesday with White House officials to discuss the idea of imposing a national carbon tax, rather than using federal regulations, to address climate change.[snip]Despite the groupís impeccable Republican credentials ó Baker, Paulson and Schultz served as treasury secretaries and Feldstein and Mankiw served as CEA chairs under GOP presidents ó the proposal faces long odds. Many congressional Republicans are adamantly against a tax increase of any kind, and President Trump repeatedly...
  • GOP senior statesmen making push for a carbon tax

    02/08/2017 9:54:41 AM PST · by Ray76 · 53 replies
    Phys Org ^ | Feb 8, 2017 | Catherine Lucey And Julie Pace
    A group of Republican senior statesmen are pushing for a carbon tax to combat the effects of climate change, and hoping to sell their plan to the White House. Former Secretary of State Jim Baker is leading the effort, which also includes former Secretary of State George Shultz The group will meet Wednesday with White House officials, including Vice President Mike Pence, senior adviser Jared Kushner, and Gary Cohn, director of the National Economic Council. Also supporting Baker's effort are Hank Paulson, treasury secretary for former President George W. Bush; Greg Mankiw, who chaired Bush's Council of Economic Advisers; and...
  • GOP senior statesmen making push for a carbon tax

    02/08/2017 7:59:54 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 114 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Feb 8, 2017 10:24 AM EST | Catherine Lucey and Julie Pace
    A group of Republican senior statesmen is pushing for a carbon tax to combat the effects of climate change, and hoping to sell their plan to the White House. Former Secretary of State Jim Baker is leading the effort, which also includes former Secretary of State George Shultz. In an opinion piece published Tuesday night in The Wall Street Journal, they argued ďthere is mounting evidence of problems with the atmosphere that are growing too compelling to ignore.Ē [Ö] Carbon taxes are designed to raise the cost of fossil fuels to bring down consumption. Baker and Shultz detailed in the...
  • Conservatives Urge Republicans, Move Faster on Tax Reform

    02/06/2017 9:48:12 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 12 replies
    Cybercast News Service ^ | February 6, 2017 | 10:34 AM EST | Susan Jones
    A coalition of conservative groups is urging Congress to pass ďpro-growthĒ tax reform in 2017 ó sooner rather than later. In a letter dated Feb. 6, addressed to House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Texas), the coalition says significant progress should be made in the first hundred days of the Trump administration: ďGiven the importance of this issue, we believe it is imperative that the House of Representatives make significant progress in the first hundred days of the Trump administration toward passing comprehensive, pro-growth tax reform,Ē said the letter addressed to House Speaker Paul...
  • New Report EXPOSES 6 Top REPUBLICANS on GEORGE SOROSí PAYROLL! Guess Whoís Being Paid to Stop Trump?

    02/05/2017 6:17:40 PM PST · by keats5 · 281 replies
    <p>People always knew that RINOS were present in Washington, but reports from OpenSecrets.org just revealed that some of them were BIG traitors.</p> <p>ďThe non-profit, non-partisan research group based in Washington, D.C., that tracks the effects of money and lobbying on elections and public policy, revealed that while George Soros is responsible for funding Democrats and progressive causes, he has also bankrolled Senator John McCain and a small but select group of other Republicans.</p>
  • Republican Lawmakers Balk At Trumpís Border Wall, Citing Exorbitant Costs And Futility

    02/05/2017 8:19:45 AM PST · by bkopto · 101 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 2/4/2016 | Eric Owens
    Over a dozen Republicans in Congress are expressing skepticism about President Donald Trumpís plan to construct an ďimpenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful, southern border wallĒ along the 1,954-mile-long border between the United States and Mexico. Some of the GOP lawmakers say they will vote against any legislation funding a wall unless its potentially steep cost is wholly offset by cuts in spending elsewhere, reports CNN. Other Republicans in Congress say that the wall, if built, will fail to stem the tide of illegal immigration from Mexico as well as Central America. Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker counts himself among the legislators...
  • Collins, Murkowski to vote no on education secretary nominee

    02/01/2017 8:06:35 PM PST · by mdittmar · 71 replies
    CNN ^ | February 1, 2017 | CNN
    Washington (CNN)Republican Sens. Susan Collins of Maine and Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska both said Wednesday they would not vote to support Betsy DeVos, President Donald Trump's choice for education secretary. The two women are the first sitting Republican senators to publicly say they wouldn't back one of Trump's Cabinet nominees.The stunning decision from a pair of veteran Republican lawmakers puts DeVos in a tenuous position as her final vote before the Senate nears, but top Republican aides are confident she will be confirmed.
  • Sorry #NeverTrumpers But You Donít Get To Dismount Your High Horse Today

    02/01/2017 4:16:28 AM PST · by onyx · 222 replies
    Sorry #NeverTrumpers, but you don‚ÄĚt get to dismount your high horse and celebrate the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch today. This is NOT your victory, this is ours!There is a gobsmacking level of pontificating self-righteousness visible from the collective proletariat within your crony-conservative movement who made the decision to formulate their political argument from a position of opposition.Perhaps it would be different if you framed your antagonism from a position of advocacy, but that wasn‚Äôt the direction you chose. No, you chose a specific position of opposition as clearly evident within your chosen mantra ‚ÄúNever Trump‚ÄĚ.Perhaps it would be...
  • Where are the Republicans? Why is Mr. Trump, our President all ALONE?

    01/30/2017 7:56:26 PM PST · by vannrox · 94 replies
    I just finished listening to The Rush POD CAST. Rush is correct. Just where is all the Republicans? Trump CANNOT do all the good work alone. He needs help and strong assistance. Where is it? I see that Sessions and McCain are so quick to stab him in the back. I see some bozo (fake) conservatives want to "reach across the isle" and pen "moderate" legislation with the losing progressives. What is all this nonsense???? Trump needs our help. This is not the time to sit on the sidelines and let one man do all the heavy lifting. He needs...
  • 20 Republicans criticize Trump's immigration ban (updated)

    01/29/2017 4:40:09 PM PST · by Pinkbell · 59 replies
    Axios ^ | January 29, 2017 | J. Scott Applewhite
    So far, 20 GOPers have announced opposition to or questioned Trump's executive order banning travelers and refugees from 7 countries from entering the U.S. Sen. John McCain: "There's so much confusion out there," McCain said on "Face the Nation." "Obviously this process and these conclusions were not vetted." He warned the order could be used as propganda by ISIS for recruiting. Rep. Carlos Curbelo: "I expect that these executive orders are in fact temporary and that once the Administration strengthens the vetting process, we can continue our tradition of welcoming those who are persecuted in an orderly manner and without...
  • GOP to Block the Repeal of Obamacare by Stalling

    01/28/2017 4:13:40 AM PST · by HomerBohn · 76 replies
    The Daily Westerner ^ | 1/27/2017 | Staff
    Remember itís a dual monarchy ó itís an illusion that two parties in both the House and Senate actually exist With just one day away from the Republicans self-imposed deadline to repeal botched Obamacare legislation, we can see that the GOP has no intention of achieving anything in favor of Trump, as both the Democrats and Republicans are wrapped up by the powers-that-be just as Intellihub has reported for years. With high-paid talking heads like Rush Limbaugh claiming that the two party system actually exists, itís hard for narrow-minded members of the general public to figure out the true pyramid...
  • Entrenched GOPe Show Their Cards Ė Construct ďBorder Adjustment TaxĒ To Oppose Trump...

    01/18/2017 7:21:15 AM PST · by cyn · 19 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | January 17, 2017 | sundance
    Anyone who believes Democrats own exclusive opposition to Donald Trump are completely ignoring the deliberate construct of the 2015/2016 republican primary. There are just as many -if not more- natural enemies within the Republican apparatus as there are within the Democrat group. ‚ÄúAmerica-First‚ÄĚ is antithetical to the UniParty.Again, prior to Donald Trump there was one party in Washington DC, ‚ÄúThe UniParty‚ÄĚ. President Donald Trump represented a second party, an independent approach toward legislative and economic priority. He was not a third choice, he was the second option.Within the ‚Äėright-side‚Äô of the UniParty you have Republicans. Within the republican party...
  • Republican Tax Strategists Desperately Try To Put The Democrats Back In Control

    01/17/2017 4:34:53 AM PST · by expat_panama · 69 replies
    Forbes ^ | Jan 15, 2017 @ 09:00 AM | John Tamny
    With their Party having won control of all three branches of the federal government in the recent election, Republican tax experts are seemingly desperate to help the GOP give back its gains. Evidence supporting this claim is the growing support among Republican tax scholars (and apparently legislators too) in favor of what they describe as a ďborder adjustable tax system.Ē They donít call the Republican Party the ďstupid partyĒ for nothing. The new revenue stream popular among certain members of the Republican commentariat calls for reducing the corporate tax in favor of a value-added tax (VAT) placed on goods made...
  • Lindsey Graham becomes instant Democrat hero after he slams GOP for going too easy on Trump

    01/13/2017 8:28:36 PM PST · by kevcol · 62 replies
    Bizpac Review ^ | January 13, 2017 | Frieda Powers
    Graham proceeded to take a thinly-veiled jab at his fellow Republican lawmakers. ďI can only imagine,Ē Graham continued, ďwhat we would have said if a Democrat said that.Ē The Republican senator apparently inspired many Democrats who cheered his remarks on Twitter where users issued a collective round of applause.
  • Meet The Republicans Trying to Slow Down Obamacare Repeal

    01/09/2017 2:32:56 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 32 replies
    The Atlantic ^ | 01/09/2017 | Russell Berman
    GOP Governors John Kasich of Ohio and Rick Snyder of Michigan urge lawmakers to protect the Medicaid expansions they say are working in their states. Congressional Republicans knew their push for an immediate repeal of the Affordable Care Act would draw howls of protest from Democrats. But they are now hearing warnings from elected officials who may be harder for them to ignore: Republican governors. In the last week, GOP Governors John Kasich of Ohio and Rick Snyder of Michigan have raised concerns about the impact a full repeal of the health law would have on their states, which rely...
  • The Republicans who could cause trouble for Donald Trump's agenda

    01/02/2017 8:43:00 AM PST · by kevcol · 43 replies
    CBS news ^ | January 2, 2017 | Emily Schultheis
    Unless he encounters substantial opposition, that is. Mr. Trump may have both houses of Congress under GOP control, but itís a narrow 52-to-48 majority in the Senate -- meaning even just a few rogue GOPers could keep Trump-led legislation from passing. . . . Here are some of the people in the Republican Party who could throw a wrench in Mr. Trumpís plans: Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona)
  • Graham: I'd question the judgment of a Trump nominee who opposes Russian sanctions {"election hack"}

    12/15/2016 9:14:20 AM PST · by drpix · 48 replies
    thehill.com ^ | 2/14/16 | Nikita Vladimirov
    Sen. Lindsey Graham R-S.C.) on Wednesday said that he would be hesitant to support a nominee for secretary of State who is not in favor of strict sanctions on Russia, hinting at a potential vote against President-elect Donald Trump's pick, ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson. "I can't imagine I would vote for anybody that believes that we should not sanction Russia given the fact that they did in fact interfere in our election. They've been destabilizing democracies all over the world," Graham said in an interview on CNN Wednesday....
  • GOVERNMENT OVERTHROW: HILLARY CLINTON SECRETLY PAID REPUBLICANS TO DESTROY TRUMP [fake]

    12/14/2016 10:23:57 PM PST · by A CA Guy · 196 replies
    ďRepublicans in name onlyĒ or ďRINOs.Ē An email from John Podesta to Huma Abedin that was released as document number 1078645 is about to turn the speculation that certain prominent Republicans who opposed Donald Trump into the truth that they were, in fact, not just disloyal to Trump and the party but were on Hillary Clintonís payroll. The email, sent in July of this year, describes how funds were being diverted from Clintonís campaign to the Super PACS of Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, and John Kasich.
  • Is Trump Softening on Young Immigrants? Senators Hope So, Offer Bill

    12/11/2016 8:11:59 PM PST · by Steelfish · 47 replies
    NBCNews ^ | December 11, 2016 | SUZANNE GAMBOA
    DEC 9 2016 Is Trump Softening on Young Immigrants? Senators Hope So, Offer Bill by SUZANNE GAMBOA WASHINGTON - Seizing on President-elect Donald Trump's "encouraging" comments in a Time interview, two U.S. senators are pushing for a stopgap protection from deportation for young immigrants who arrived or stayed in the country illegally as children. Senate Minority Leader Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., partnered to introduce legislation Friday that would protect the young immigrants should Trump repeal the executive action before Congress takes up immigration reform. The protection would be temporary to keep them from being deported while...
  • Senate Leaders Offer Trump A Solution With New Deportation Deferral Plan For Dreamers [AMNESTY?]

    12/10/2016 9:45:43 PM PST · by Steelfish · 54 replies
    LA Times ^ | December 9, 2016 | Lisa Mascaro.
    <p>Lisa Mascaro.</p> <p>President-elect Donald Trump promised this week to "work something out" for the Dreamers, and on Friday, two senators served up a possible solution.</p> <p>Sen. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) will introduce legislation Friday to give young immigrants three years of protection from deportation under a new program allowing them to work, go to school or the military, and remain in the U.S. if they are otherwise lawful.</p>
  • Please protect us, Lindsey Graham [BARF]

    11/18/2016 5:44:24 AM PST · by kevcol · 22 replies
    The Post Star ^ | November 17, 2016 | WILL DOOLITTLE
    It will be up to Republicans like you, most of all, to stop President-elect Trump from carrying out the worst of his ideas, such as banning Muslims from the country or targeting Muslim-Americans for special surveillance, and from acting on the bigotry and misogyny he frequently gave voice to during the campaign..... Thank you and your friend, Sen. John McCain, for mentioning the obvious about Vladimir Putin Ė that he cannot be trusted, that he is not our ally and should not be treated as one. It is sad and scary that a man seeking to lead our country would...
  • Senate Republicans want to pass Obama's 2017 budget, not Trump's

    11/18/2016 5:24:49 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 31 replies
    American Thinker ^ | November 18, 2016 | Ed Straeker
    Donald Trump has asked Republicans who control Congress to delay action on a 2017 budget until he gets into office. House Speaker Paul Ryan has apparently agreed, but Senate Republicans have other ideas.Speaker Paul D. Ryan said on Thursday that the House would go along with the incoming administration's request and pass a stopgap spending bill that would keep the government running at current spending levels until March. But Republican leaders in the Senate did not immediately sign on to the plan, reflecting their desire to get contentious spending battles out of the way this year. [Ö]The way the budget...
  • I Was 100 Percent Wrong About Donald Trump

    11/14/2016 9:15:23 AM PST · by Sean_Anthony · 37 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 11/14/16 | Michael Shannon
    And speaking of refugees, what about the moreĖconservativeĖthanĖthou #NeverTrump crowd? Itís been a decade or more since Iíve enjoyed watching election returns on TV. Republicans are always being told not to give up hope; the campaign is gaining momentum in the last week. I remember four years ago there were reports from the Romney campaign that prospects for victory were looking up. Instead of three little old ladies waiting in line for Mitt outside a Florida Golden Corral, there were now four.
  • Next great battle for conservatives: Keeping RINO insiders out of the administration

    11/14/2016 6:11:09 AM PST · by 198ml · 12 replies
    Conservative Review ^ | 11/14/16 | Daniel Horowitz
    Itís no secret that Donald Trump is as much of a blank slate on policy as anyone whoís ever been elected president. Both supporters and opponents of the president-elect agree that Trump is still very malleable on many issues and has a lot to learn about both foreign and domestic policy. This is why it is critical for conservatives to win the Ďbattle of personnelí in the coming days. Failure to land conservative outsiders in key cabinet and advisory roles would be akin to failing to establish control of the beach head during the Normandy invasion. We can dream of...
  • Keeping Ryan in place is not a bad thing; he will grab at the chance to be a great Speaker

    11/13/2016 8:45:17 AM PST · by Oldpuppymax · 78 replies
    The Coach's Team ^ | 11/13/16 | Kevin Collins
    Donald John Trump is our 45th president elect because of the large number of first time-- or first time in a long time--voters who came out to support him. Many of these supporters hate politics as usual and are fed up with the smug arrogance of the political class in Washington, DC. Conservatives Ė myself included Ė hate Paul Ryan. His treachery revolts us; but we will just have to realize that throwing Ryan out would be a terrible first signal to Trumpís base, a base that is sick of the same old same old in Washington. Ryan is safe...
  • I Apologize To All of You For NH

    11/09/2016 11:18:54 AM PST · by Jim Noble · 53 replies
    vanity | November 9, 2016 | Jim Noble
    Well, I have been saying for seventeen months that I guaranteed New Hampshire for President-elect Trump. I was wrong, I'm embarrassed for my state, and I apologize to Mr. Trump and to you all. We have too many dopers, I guess, who went for that idiot Johnson. At least me withholding my vote from her played a small part in the removal of Kelly Ayotte from the Senate. Bad choices have consequences, Kelly - if you had not stabbed Trump in the back, it might have made up those missing 1500 votes. Graham and McCain will have to find another...
  • Why They Hate Us

    11/06/2016 12:59:32 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 54 replies
    The Z Man ^ | November 5, 2016
    The other day I turned on Fox News and was presented with Britt Hume opining on the state of conservatism and where it goes after the election. Iím going from memory, but he said something like, ďThe Conservative Movement was about low taxes, small government, muscular foreign policy and opposition to abortion, among other things.Ē He then went on to point out that Trump is none of those things and that those issues are not featured in his campaign. What struck me about what he said is there was no trace of self-awareness. No mention of the fact that the...
  • Impeachment Already on The Table If Hillary is Elected

    11/03/2016 10:01:13 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 74 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | November 3, 2016 | Katie Pavlich
    As a number of FBI investigations into Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's private email server and the Clinton Foundation continue, with indictments likely looming due to overwhelming evidence, the Republican controlled House is already putting impeachment on the table should Clinton win the White House next Tuesday.†Yesterday during an interview on Fox News, Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul explained the process.†"If the investigation goes forward and it looks like an indictment is pending, at that point in time under the Constitution, the House of Representatives would engage in an impeachment trial. It would go to the Senate and impeachment proceedings...
  • Former Bush Regime Official Predicts Coming Stalinist Blood Purge of Trump Supporters

    10/31/2016 10:29:35 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 132 replies
    Downtrend ^ | October 29, 2016 | Donn Marten
    Former Bush Regime Official Predicts Coming Stalinist Blood Purge of Trump Supporters October 29, 2016| by Donn Marten A former speechwriter for President George W. Bush has made a chilling prediction that conjures up images of Stalinist Russia. David Frum who helped to coin the slogan ¬ďAxis of Evil¬Ē has openly stated that once the election is over that Trump supporters will be subjected to harsh ¬ďrecriminations¬Ē that begin with exile from the Republican party and end up in very dark territory. The calls for punishment of those who are putting America first and exercising their right to participate in...
  • Michele Bachmann refuses to back down on claims about Huma Abedin

    10/30/2016 5:11:09 PM PDT · by Extremely Extreme Extremist · 102 replies
    CBS NEWS ^ | 19 JULY 2012 | CBS NEWS
    (CBS News) WASHINGTON - Former GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann and four other conservative members of Congress are charging that people with ties to Muslim extremists have infiltrated the federal government. Sen. John McCain denounced the allegations Wednesday, calling them "sinister" and saying they "need to stop." Huma Abedin, a longtime aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, has been singled out. The State Department has responded to the allegations with very harsh language, calling Bachmann's charges "vicious and disgusting lies."
  • Sharon Day: Rescind your Clinton Endorsement

    10/29/2016 2:55:39 PM PDT · by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain · 23 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 10/29/2016 | SHARON DAY
    The most recent set of Clinton emails that have come to light are of such great concern to national security that the FBI has announced they will conduct a new investigation of Clintonís emails. This is just ELEVEN days before the country goes to the polls and decides on our next president. Where has the leadership gone in this country? Since when do reputable news outlets stand behind candidates who have proven themselves over and over to be out for themselves and dangerous, even? It used to be that newspapers and legislators and leaders who speak from a platform would...
  • Trump cuts off fundraising events for Republican Party

    10/26/2016 5:46:55 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 141 replies
    Fox News.com ^ | October 26, 2016
    <p>Trump frustrated by lack of support from GOP establishment?</p> <p>Donald Trump's campaign has ended fundraising events meant to support the Republican Party's get-out-the-vote efforts in next month's elections.</p> <p>Aides to the Republican nominee told Fox News on Tuesday that Trump Victory, the joint fundraising committee for the GOP and the campaign, held its most recent fundraiser on Oct. 19 and no more such events were scheduled.</p>