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  • Why Blame Communists For The Wuhan Virus When You Can Blame Christians?

    04/02/2020 7:27:36 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 20 replies
    The Federalist ^ | April 2, 2020 | Kylee Zempel
    We most certainly are living in coronavirus hell, but Christians aren't the ones who got us here. If Murphy’s Law promises that “anything that can go wrong will go wrong,” what we’ll call the law of religion — which could rightly be attributed to Jesus himself — assures that “if Christians can be blamed for something, they will be.” It has become abundantly clear the coronavirus is no exception.Heroic nurses, doctors, and first responders are risking their safety to save others. Many private businesses are doing everything they can to preserve their payrolls, with some even stepping up in innovative...
  • Coronavirus Causing a Right Turn

    03/28/2020 3:31:00 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 29 replies
    American Thinker.com ^ | March 28, 2020 | Lloyd Marcus
    American Thinker Home Archives Cartoons About Search Login Subscribe Donate More Down Arrow Archives Home → Articles | Comments | Print | March 28, 2020 Coronavirus Causing a Right Turn By Lloyd Marcus My brother who lives in Baltimore is a fellow black Christian conservative Republican. He phoned to warn me not to mention Trump to a senior relative. Fake news media's corona-madness has driven her hatred to the extreme. Now, she wants him dead! Our relative's irrational hatred for Trump is exactly what Democrats/fake news media still strive to create since the day he was elected. However, whenever Trump...
  • It's Scary to Put Our Lives In the Hands of Democrats

    03/24/2020 2:41:23 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 36 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | March 24.020 | Larry Provost
    There was a picture of only one president in my house growing up in the 1980s and it was not Ronald Reagan. The president on our family wall was John F. Kennedy. He would be turning over in his grave at what his party has done, increasingly so through the decades and culminating in these past two days. When it seemed apparent that a relief bill, that the American people had been waiting for, was going to be passed it was Nancy Pelosi who killed it. She was assisted by her Senate ally Chuck Schumer. After previously signaling that everything...
  • Nancy Pelosi Isnt Going To Let A Global Pandemic Go To Waste

    03/24/2020 4:57:21 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 37 replies
    The Federalist ^ | John Daniel Davidson
    A Global Pandemic Go To Waste The coronavirus relief bill congressional Democrats are pushing has all the hallmarks of Obamas 2009 stimulus package: welfare funding disguised as relief. So it turns out the real reason congressional Democrats blocked a Senate coronavirus spending bill on Sunday wasnt because they were concerned it favored corporations over individuals or because they wanted more direct aid to families and small businesses. It was because they want to use this crisis as pretext for passing a bunch of Democratic policies that have nothing to do with the pandemic.On Monday, right around the time Senate Democrats...
  • The Economic Disaster Media And Washington Havent Begun To Notice

    03/23/2020 10:46:59 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 44 replies
    The Federalist ^ | March 23, 2020 | Christpher Bedford
    https://thefederalist.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Trump-Mnuchin-And-Cabinet-Meet-With-China.-White-House.-Shealah-Craighead.-e1584750455621-998x649.jpg> Just beyond -- and in the midst of -- the public health and financial liquidity crises is the expansive and potentially devastating solvency crisis. The U.S. economy is in trouble, and if you can believe it, that trouble isn’t simply the closure of Main Street, the massive number of nationwide layoffs, and the danger of financial crisis we’ve all heard about. As companies run out of cash, pushing them toward insolvency, our country’s business-to-business trust is at risk of coming apart — tearing and ultimately collapsing the delicate system that keeps industries as diverse as farming, chemicals, and aluminum...
  • Americans Suffer, Congress Feckless On Coronavirus Relief

    03/23/2020 4:04:28 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 47 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | March 23, 2020 | Jeff Webb
    While Congress fiddles and the U.S. economy is left to burn, the citizens are the ones being asked to bear the full weight of this crisis. Now is not the time for business as usual, it is time for a post-pandemic reality. The old ways of red tape and kick-backs to favored groups and special interests must end now. A crisis of liquidity for individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies will soon send our economy into even further decline unless the federal government acts quickly and decisively. On Thursday, the Washington Times published my proposal for a Temporary Income...
  • Pelosi Is Down but Not Out

    02/10/2020 9:00:02 AM PST · by Kaslin · 22 replies
    American Thinker.com ^ | February 10, 2020 | Christopher Skeet
    In every sense of the word, Trump absolutely killed it last Tuesday at the SOTU. Sitting behind President Trump, watching him master the room, the grimace of Pelosi's face betrayed the culmination of a dawning revelation that unsettled her, and it was this: Trump is really, really good at this. Optics. Stagecraft. Working the crowd. On a stage, he's untouchable. All her political prowess at crunching poll numbers, strong-arming legislation, and setting media narratives felt impotent. For the first time, Pelosi comprehended not only the potential of Trump's ingenuity, but also the fact that she had been decisively outmaneuvered by...
  • Pelosi and Rumpelstiltskin

    02/09/2020 6:54:17 AM PST · by Kaslin · 28 replies
    American Thinker.com ^ | February 9, 2020 | Eileen F. Toplansky
    Watching Nancy Pelosi and her gang of insolent quislings, it was hard not to think of the Grimm Brothers' fairy tale "Rumpelstiltskin." Power, greed, deal-making, sacrifice of children, and petulant rage are a few of the themes of this fairy tale that aptly describe the current Democrat party. The fairy tale relates that a young woman must spin straw into gold thread because her father, a miller, foolishly boasted to the greedy king that she can. Clearly, this is an impossible task until a "strange little man" saves the day but at what cost? Constantly trying to keep up...
  • A Breakdown Of Trumps Most Triumphant Week Yet

    02/07/2020 7:48:00 AM PST · by Kaslin · 3 replies
    The Federalist ^ | February 7, 2020 | Tristan Justice
    Whether one is a Donald Trump supporter or not, its impossible to deny this has been one of the best weeks for the Trump presidency ever. Whether one is a Donald Trump supporter or not, its impossible to deny this has been one of the best weeks for the Trump presidency. With record-high approval ratings and a primetime address to showcase the administrations accomplishments, Trump emerged exonerated from the Senate impeachment trial on Wednesday, ending a three-year effort to remove the president for the crime of winning the 2016 election while Democrats remain in chaos. The Iowa Circus To start,...
  • Trump Impeachment Backfires on Democrats, and Nancy Pelosi Has a Meltdown

    02/07/2020 5:49:47 AM PST · by Kaslin · 35 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 7, 2020 | John Kass
    The partisan impeachment of President Donald Trump finally passed, mercifully, like a kidney stone, with Democrats grimacing helplessly during acquittal in the Senate on Wednesday. It's over. The cable news networks loved it because they love a show but there was no real drama. Americans knew for months how this would turn out. They knew Democrats didn't have the votes in the Senate. It was all about targeting select Republican senators in the next elections. The people turned off this farce of Democratic Impeachment Theater long ago. Americans aren't as dumb as some politicians think they are. They paid attention...
  • Why Impeachment Failed

    02/07/2020 4:48:20 AM PST · by Kaslin · 57 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 7, 2020 | David Harsanyi
    It's comforting, no doubt, to believe that Donald Trump has survived the impeachment trial because he possesses a tighter hold on his party than did Barack Obama or George W. Bush or any other contemporary president. In truth, Trump, often because of his own actions, has engendered less loyalty than the average president. It's difficult to recall, after all, a single Democratic senator throwing anything but hosannas Obama's way, which allowed the former president to ride his high horse from one scandalous attack on the Constitution to the next. In 1998, no Democrat voted to convict Bill Clinton, who had...
  • Case Closed On The Democrats Impeachment Circus, Time To Get Back To Work

    02/06/2020 9:41:34 AM PST · by Kaslin · 19 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 6, 2020 | Jake Hoffman
    Despite the media and Democrats reliance on unnamed political operatives masquerading as whistleblowers, political spin, conspiracy theories, and, in many cases, outright lies, Senate Republicans held firm to the Constitution and acquitted President Trump of each of the Democrats sham articles of impeachment. Case closed. Zero wrongdoing. The senate made the right call. When the initial impeachment hearings were assigned to Adam Schiffs Intelligence committee, Schiff tried to control the narrative by holding secret hearings in the Secure Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF.) The Schiff SCIF tactic was to make sure Republicans could not talk about the testimony without being accused...
  • State of Disunion

    02/06/2020 8:33:20 AM PST · by Kaslin · 7 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 6, 2020 | Laura Hollis
    Anyone who has watched the English Parliament debate knows that -- ceremonial forms of address notwithstanding -- they can be a fairly raucous bunch, routinely shouting down opposing speakers, yelling out, "Hear, hear!" and even booing with some regularity. This includes events at which the prime minister speaks before Parliament. By contrast, debate in the United States Congress tends to be a comparatively staid and polite affair. (There have been notable exceptions. For example, in 1856, then-Rep. Preston Brooks, a pro-slavery Democrat from South Carolina, assaulted then-Sen. Charles Sumner, an abolitionist Republican from Massachusetts, hitting him repeatedly in the head...
  • Senate Majority Acquits Trump On All Impeachment Charges

    02/05/2020 3:19:38 PM PST · by Kaslin · 31 replies
    The Federalist ^ | February 5, 2020 | Tristan Justice
    The partisan operation to oust Trump through impeachment for winning the 2016 presidential election finally came to an end on Wednesday. The Senate voted to acquit Trump on the first article of impeachment, a charge for abuse of power, with a vote of 52-48, falling short of the 67 needed to remove the president from office. They voted to acquit on the second article of impeachment, a charge of obstruction of justice, with a vote of 53-47. Sen. Mitt Romney announced just hours before he would break party lines and split his vote, voting Trump guilty on the abuse of...
  • Failed Coup of a Failing Establishment

    02/04/2020 6:14:25 AM PST · by Kaslin · 47 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 3, 2020 | Pat Buchanan
    It has been a bad few days for the establishment, really bad. In a 51-49 vote, the Senate refused to call witnesses in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump and agreed to end the trial Wednesday, with a near-certain majority vote to acquit the president of all charges. As weekend polls show socialist Bernie Sanders surging into the lead for the nomination in the states of Iowa, New Hampshire and California, the sense of panic among Democratic Party elites is palpable. Former Secretary of State and Joe Biden surrogate John Kerry was overheard Sunday at a Des Moines hotel talking...
  • Who's to Blame for Pelosi-Schiff Impeachment Insanity?

    02/02/2020 9:09:20 AM PST · by Kaslin · 35 replies
    American Thinker.com ^ | February 2, 2020 | J.L. Johnson
    It was the saddest of times, it was the happiest of times; it was the time of funerary apparel and commiserations, it was the time of festive attire and congratulations; it was, in Washington D.C.'s grand theater of the absurd, the time for impeachment. The final act of this Faustian tragedy began a week before Christmas in 2019, when, draped in black and nervous as a mortician trying to look sad at a fifty-thousand-dollar funeral, Nancy Pelosi announced that the president had been impeached. In spite of the melancholy atmosphere that covered the proceedings like a shroud, the proclamation elicited...
  • Impeachment Trial of Trump: Remember When Pelosi and Nadler Insisted on Bipartisanship?

    01/30/2020 6:53:37 AM PST · by Kaslin · 14 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 30, 2020 | Larry Elder
    Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi insists she does not "hate" President Donald Trump. Responding to a reporter's question after she directed the Democratic House Committee chairmen to draft articles of impeachment, Pelosi said: "As a Catholic, I resent your using the word 'hate' in a sentence that addresses me. I don't hate anyone. I was raised in a way that is a heart full of love and always pray for the president. And I still pray for the president. I pray for the president all the time. So don't mess with me when it comes to words like that." Yet,...
  • What Are Democrats Really Doing?

    01/25/2020 11:11:50 AM PST · by Kaslin · 27 replies
    Rush Limbaugh.com ^ | January 24, 2020 | Rush Limbaugh
    RUSH: We have this sham of an impeachment designed to do what? This is something that I have been giving considerable thought to, because none of this makes any sense if you look at it from the perimeters of conventional wisdom. By this I mean theyre never going to get a conviction. See, to me, this is, the overriding reality of this, that makes me question what the real motivations are. And then with what Round Mound of the Gavel did yesterday by accusing the very senators of being part of a cover-up. They supposedly want to change their minds...
  • One-Way Bipartisanship

    01/25/2020 8:14:53 AM PST · by Kaslin · 3 replies
    American Thinker.com ^ | January 25, 2020 | Derek Wilburn
    Not a day goes by that citizens and pundits alike dont decry how partisanship in Washington is worse than ever. This week, as the Senate trial over a completely partisan impeachment gets underway, theyre half right. If bipartisanship can be defined as an ability to compromise, work or vote with the opposing political party, then there certainly is a lack of it on Capitol Hill. However, on the most serious matters before Congress in recent days and decades -- the remaking of healthcare, a Supreme Court appointee, and impeachment of a president -- the inability to compromise exists exclusively on...
  • Asleep at the Wheel

    01/23/2020 7:00:01 AM PST · by Kaslin · 21 replies
    American Thinker.com ^ | January 23, 2020 | Anna L. Stark
    Nancy Pelosi is a smart woman, or so weve been told. Shrewd, calculating, and ruthless are words also used to describe the current Speaker of the House. But for those of us paying attention, its become apparent shes asleep at wheel. Consumed by the impeachment scam, hoping to damage the Trump brand beyond all repair; since beating him at the ballot box in November will be a near to impossible task, Pelosi is either ignoring the chaos brewing in her own party or she simply doesnt care. Theres a perfect storm bearing down on the Democrats not limited to a...