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Trump’s cabinet

Read the last item and then look at Trump’s Cabinet. No wonder D.C. is in a turmoil. Trump’s picks are
bosses and expect their employees to Work!

Subject: Eye Opening Numbers

This is what bothers a lot of people about Trump.
He won’t accept a can’t do attitude, or inexperienced, incompetent performance.
He will get results, it just might not be smooth or pretty.

Here are some amazing stats: Make sure you read to the bottom. An eye opener! (Or should be!)

1.
California
New Mexico
Mississippi
Alabama
Illinois
Kentucky
Ohio
New York
Maine
South Carolina

These 10 States now have More People on Welfare than they do Employed!

2. Last month, the Senate Budget Committee reports that in fiscal year 2012, between food stamps, housing
support, child care, Medicaid and other benefits, the average U.S. Household below the poverty line received
$168.00 a day in government support. What’s the problem with that much support? Well, the median household
income in America is just over $50,000, which averages out to $137.13 a day.

To put it another way, being on welfare now pays the equivalent of $30.00 an hour for 40 hour week, while the
average job pays $24.00 an hour.

3. Check the last set of statistics!!

The percentage of each past president’s cabinet who had worked in the private business sector prior to their
appointment to the cabinet. You know what the private business sector is: A real-life business not a government job.

Here are the percentages:

38% T. Roosevelt
40% Taft
52% Wilson
49% Harding
48% Coolidge
42% Hoover
50% F. D. Roosevelt
50% Truman
57% Eisenhower
30% Kennedy
47% Johnson
53% Nixon
42% Ford
32% Carter
56% Reagan
51% GH Bush
39% Clinton
55% GW Bush
8% Obama

This helps explain the bias, if not the incompetence, of the last administration: ONLY 8% of them have
ever worked in private business!

That’s right! Only eight percent – the least, by far, of the last 19 presidents! And these people tried to tell our corporations how to run their businesses?

How could Obama president of a major nation and society, the one with the most successful economic system in
world history, stand and talk about business when he’s never worked for one? Or about jobs when he has
never really had one? And, when it’s the same for 92% of his senior staff and closest advisers? They’ve spent
most of their time in academia, government, and/or non-profit jobs or as “community organizers.”

Pass this on, because we’ll NEVER see these facts in the main stream media.

Trump administration plans to slash funding for UN, other foreign aid organizations

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres speaks at the Security Council on Feb. 21 at U..N. headquarters in New York. Sources close to the Trump administration have indicated that the United States intends to slash its contributions to the U.N., which could imperil U.N. operations. (Kena Betancur/AFP/Getty Images)

According to multiple sources, President Donald Trump has directed the State Department to slash funding for United Nations programs by over 50 percent and to further implement massive spending cuts to other foreign aid programs such as the U.S. Agency for International Development.

The announcement, which will please many conservatives who have long complained about the liberal agenda that is often associated with U.N. aid programs, is in keeping with Trump’s promises on the campaign trail to focus additional spending on domestic infrastructure rather than foreign aid.

The actual budgetary impact of these cuts will be fairly low, relative to the overall size of federal expenditures. It is difficult to assess exactly how much the U.S. spends on United Nations activities, since appropriations for various U.N. programs are spread across multiple departments, but by most estimates, total U.S. expenditures on U.N. programs are between $5 billion and $10 billion per year.

While the total savings might be relatively small for the United States’ budget, the cut would have a dramatic impact on United Nations’ operations. The U.S. currently foots about 22 percent of the total bill for the United Nations’ budget.
It is not yet clear whether these cuts are scheduled to take effect immediately or whether they will be phased in over a number of years. Per Foreign Policy:

It remains unclear whether the full extent of the steeper U.N. cuts will be reflected in the 2018 budget, which will be prepared by the White House Office of Management and Budget, or whether, as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has proposed, the cuts would be phased in over the coming three years. One official close to the Trump administration said Tillerson has been given flexibility to decide how the cuts would be distributed.

On March 9 in New York, U.S. diplomats in a closed-door meeting warned key U.N. members, including wealthy donors from Europe, Japan and South Korea, to “expect a big financial constraint” on U.S. spending at the United Nations, said one European diplomat. “There are rumors of big cuts to the State Department budget, but again, on our side, no figures,” the diplomat said.
This attempt to reduce foreign dependence on the United States’ aid efforts fulfills one of Trump’s frequent campaign promises to rectify what he perceived as the disproportionate financial burden the United States has borne over the years supporting organizations such as the United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

In March, Trump blasted the United Nations as an enemy of Democracy, and he promised repeatedly that funding for both NATO and the U.N. would be reduced under his administration.

Conservatives have long criticized the United Nations for a host of reasons, noting that most United Nations member countries are not democracies, and have charged that the organization as a whole is unfairly hostile to the interests of Israel, which has long been a strategic ally of the United States. Also, a number of United Nations humanitarian efforts have long been the subject of conservative criticism for allegedly promoting liberal social values throughout the world. Conservative condemnation of the United Nations reached a crescendo in December 2016, when the Obama administration refused to veto Security Council Resolution 2334, which condemned the construction of Israeli settlements in areas long claimed by Israel.

The resolution was the subject of broad bipartisan condemnation in Congress, as the House of Representatives voted to condemn the resolution by an overwhelming margin. Then-President-elect Trump responded to the resolution by promising that “things would be different” at the United Nations after his inauguration on Jan. 20, and the decision to slash the United Nations’ funding may only be the first step for the Trump administration.

Beast of Burden


When it come to covering President Trump the media is like the little boy who cried wolf, now very few believe them. Cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2017.

Read more at http://comicallyincorrect.com/2017/03/14/beast-of-burden/#8w5SVqpECMUH0Kz0.99

ISLAMEDIAPHOBIA

The fear of identifying Islam as the “religious right.”

 

Vladimir Putin and Russia rigged the 2016 election and swept Donald Trump into the White House. As it continues to push that narrative, the old-line establishment media (OLEM) has revived a familiar villain.

The “old guard religious right” once determined to stop Trump, explains Michelle Goldberg in the New York Times, but once he gained the nomination, “religious conservatives realized that their only path to federal influence lay in a bargain with this profane, thrice-married Manhattan sybarite. So they got in line, ultimately proving to be Mr. Trump’s most loyal backers.”

For his part, “President Trump may lack a coherent ideology, but he shares with the religious right a kind of Christian identity politics, a sense that the symbols of Christianity, if not its virtues, deserve cultural precedence.” The church-state separation stands in peril, and as Goldberg explains, “the religious right has been elevated to power without having to contest its ideas in an election. Sometimes, a deal with the devil pays off, big league.”

And so on, but Goldberg does provide some illumination. “Right wing,” and “far right” are the default descriptions for anything the OLEM fail to understand. That includes the role of religion in public life.

For much of the past century, many religious conservatives believed they were living in the end times, and that politics is dirty business. So they chose to stay on the sidelines but during the disastrous Carter Era (1976-1980) they realized that was a bad idea. So they took their place at the table, backing Ronald Reagan, and the OLEM ran to the barricades with a bullhorn. The “religious right” had breached the separation of church and state, the nation stood at the brink of theocracy, and of course it was all reminiscent of National Socialist Germany, which was also “far-right.”

As Richard John Neuhaus put it in The Naked Public Square, without religious values there would have been no anti-slavery movement, no women’s suffrage movement, no civil-rights movement, and no anti-war movement. Both Neuhaus and his anti-war colleague Dr. Martin Luther King were in fact Christian ministers.

Neuhaus defended the “country cousins’” participation in public life. They may be the most harmless and law-abiding segment of the population but for the OLEM they were always a “religious right” menace.

When left and right emerged as political terms around the time of the French Revolution, the “right wing” consisted of monarchists, aristocrats, and devotees of an authoritarian state church. One would be hard pressed to find support for any of that in contemporary America.

Activism for a human being’s right to life, for parental choice in education, and for the right to participate in public life on an equal footing, is entirely compatible with constitutional democracy as it actually exists. Islam, on the other hand, is more representative of what “right wing” has meant historically.

Dynastic monarchies, kings, crown princes and such are typical of Islamic nations. Thriving political democracies are virtually unknown in Islamic lands, which do not separate religion and the state. Indeed, in Islam they are the same thing, and Islamic law prevails above all else.

Islam does not offer equal rights to women and in some Islamic countries women cannot even drive and may only appear in public trussed up in a burka. In Islam women are essentially men’s property and men have the right, as the Koran explains, to “banish them to beds apart and scourge them.”

Islam accords no rights to homosexuals and the Islamic State prefers to toss accused gays from the rooftops. Islam is also a supremacist ideology, reflected in Nidal Hasan’s cry of “Allahu Akbar,” when he gunned down 13 unarmed Americans at Ford Hood in 2009 including private Francheska Velez, 21, pregnant and preparing to go home. For this Muslim, like Syed Farook, Tashfeen Malik and many others, the duty of jihad trumps American laws against homicide.

If the group in question is the Nation of Islam things are more complicated. According to the NOI, revered by the President Formerly Known as Barry Soetoro and DNC contender Rep. Keith Ellison, people such as Nikola Tesla, Einstein, Joan of Arc and Eleanor Roosevelt are the result of an experiment by a mad scientist named Yacub. This all went down on the Isle of Patmos 6,000 years ago, but the spaceship is coming.

Supremacist, sexist, and militant, Islam is everything progressives profess to oppose. Yet the OLEM reserves the “right wing” put-down for Christian conservatives, who now rule the roost.

By supporting Donald Trump, as Michelle Goldberg explains, “the religious right has been elevated to power without having to contest its ideas in an election.” Yes, that’s what Vladimir Putin had in mind when he fooled the voters of 50 states and got Trump elected president.

Trump Orders 2500 US Troops To Be Sent Overseas To Begin Plan To Demolish ISIS

When your military division is known as “Death from Above,” you know that you’re doing something right. Now, thanks to President Trump, the Islamic State group is about to find out just how right.

According to the Army Times, the Trump administration is sending 2,500 additional troops into Kuwait to back up U.S. forces fighting the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria. That deployment will include “elements of the 82nd Airborne Division’s 2nd Brigade Combat Team.”

From Conservative Tribune

The 82nd Airborne, an Army division based out of Fort Bragg in North Carolina, specializes in parachute assault. One of its mottos is “Death from Above,” and they’ve certainly earned it. Their storied history includes the D-Day assault on Normandy, the Battle of the Bulge, the invasion of Grenada, and Operation Iraqi Freedom, among others.

Army Lt. Gen. Joseph Anderson, the Army’s deputy chief of staff for operations, told Congress this week that the 82nd Airborne in Kuwait would be “postured there to do all things Mosul, Raqqa, all in between,” the Army Times reported.

Anderson was referring to the Iraqi city of Mosul and Syrian city of Raqqa, both Islamic State strongholds under attack from local forces allied with the United States.

Fox News reported Wednesday that the Marine Corps has deployed troops outside of Raqqa, which is considered the de facto capital of the Islamic State group.

In a statement, the 82nd Airborne would not confirm when it would deploy or other operational details.

“There are a number of options under consideration as the coalition looks for ways to accelerate the defeat of ISIS,” the statement read.

“We continue to believe that the most effective way to achieve a lasting victory is to do it by, with and through our partner forces who have the greatest stake in the outcome. For operational security reasons, we will not discuss future deployments or contingency operational planning.”

Nevertheless, you can bet that “Death from Above” is coming to the Islamic State group, one way or another.

Because I am a “lifer” in the military, I’ve seen the impact of a president more than many of you can imagine

by George Roof, Chief Master Sergeant (Retired), USA

Because I am a “lifer” in the military, I’ve seen the impact of a president more than many of you can imagine. I enlisted with LBJ and saw just what a Democrat clusterflock was all about. I went to Vietnam and saw how we were constantly and incessantly bombarded with micromanagement from Washington that got thousands of military people killed. I sometimes wonder if I’ll get to heaven, but if I go to hell, I’m sure I’ll still be a few hundred floors above that bastard Robert McNamara , LBJ, John Kerry, Jane Fonda, and yes, even the “hero” John McCain.

After Johnson “abdicated” rather than having his ass waxed, I lived through Nixon who was hawkish but allowed the generals (and there WERE a few real generals back then versus now) run the show. He was so out of touch that he never knew North Vietnam was about to surrender when the Paris Accord was presented.

Only God could help us after Gerald Ford was beaten by Jimmy Peanuts who’d been funded by Saudi money. The military was turned into Section 8, and even the Whitehouse suffered the austerity.

Then the light began to shine and Ronald Reagan swept into the fray. He notly loved the country and the military, they loved him back. Esprit d’corps was off the scale during his presidency. The Liberals were slowly turning into socialists, however, and about this time all the draft dodgers of the 1960’s who’d been given amnesty by Jimmy Peanuts were turning out college graduates with degrees in socialism.

Bush 1 was an enigma from the CIA, and though he never did much either way, he NEVER DID MUCH EITHER WAY.

Welcome to Bill Clinton. Clinton spent most of his two terms wagging the dog and creating the Oral Office, sending a bomber to blow up Quaddafi’s tent and killing a goat or two, while allowing the UN to set up the infamous Black Hawk Down situation. He made history by becoming only the second president to be impeached.

I actually felt sorry for Bush 2. He was doomed to infamy from the start. He thought most of America was still the rah rah patriots of WWII when they were simply socialists waiting to feed him to the sharks.

Then there came the Manchurian Candidate with a faked (OK Democrats, let’s say “of questionable origin” to assuage your PC brains) birth certificate, who’d gotten a free ride through college under a foreign student exemption, and whose college records and complete life history had been sealed. (We know more about Thomas Jefferson’s bastard children than we do about Obama, Michelle, OR their two kids.) >From his inaugural address, he slandered America and within days had begun to encourage dissention of the races as well as slandering police who “acted stupidly.” That was mild to the crap that would come in doubling the national debt from what had been built by ALL THE PREVIOUS PRESIDENTS COMBINED, feeding us bullspit about how Muslims built this country, and nationalizing American industries. Fueled by George Soros’ money and using the Air Force fleet as his personal charters, he appointed malcontents and traitors into positions of authority. He trashed the Constitution by installing “czars” (interesting he chose a title like that) to bypass Congressional authority. By that time, Congress was completely corrupt on both sides of the aisle. No one had balls to impeach this charlatan.

Mysteriously, the lone outspoken conservative Supreme Court Justice suddenly dies in his sleep at an Obama pal’s hunting lodge and the Supreme Court is evenly split. Finally, Congress shows some balls and rejects Obama’s nomination. The Libtards aren’t worried because the fix is in. Soros has paid demonstrators to cause turmoil at all the Republican gatherings, Obama concedes that illegal aliens should vote as they won’t be prosecuted, and Soros-manufactured voting machines are caught switching votes in certain precincts. Hillary has cheated her way to the nomination and her lies are completely ignored by the brainwashed minions of sycophants who follow her.

But a shocking thing happened on the way to the forum

Middle America had had enough and although the pollsters and the pipers tried to convince them not even to bother to vote, they were fed up with the denizens of the swamp. It was time. Florida was designated a “swing” state ignoring that all those old retirees living in St. Petersburg, and the fed up Cuban Americans of Miami weren’t interested in their platform. Ohio and Pennsylvania, where coal production was blacklisted and where Obama had ridiculed them for “clinging to their Bibles and their guns,” lay awaiting this supposed “landslide” Hillary vote and creamed it.

The Socialist world of the Democratic Party disintegrated. An American who expressed unbridled love of country and respect for police, firemen, and military steamrolled across the heartland and the liberals realized their scheme was trashed. A CONSTITUTIONALIST would be nominated to the Supreme Court and if the hag who’d claimed to retire if Trump were elected would actually leave, the Supreme Court would have a massive majority of CONSTITUTIONALISTS for the next 40-50 years.

Now, the same party who’d ridiculed Trump on his comments about the election being rigged, started screaming that the election was rigged. They even advocated having the election repeated. They created mobs that burned and pillaged, stopped traffic, threatened murder, battery and rape of Trump supporters, and became the anarchists that the socialist dream thrives upon. They run like castrated pigs for safe zones and use diaper pins as their national symbol.

This is exactly what happens when political correctness takes over and participation trophies are awarded to everyone. They can’t conceive how disgusting and subservient they have become. Donald Trump may NOT be the best person for the job, but he’s such a welcome respite from the candy-assed whimps who’ve been running the swamp that it’s refreshing to see. At the very least, Donald Trump derailed the Socialist train and bought us precious time. If he only does half of what he’s promised, we’ll still be legions ahead of where Obama has dragged us. Already countries who held us in contempt are lining up to be found in the favor of America.

So for you liberal lurkers and you half-assed fence-sitters, kiss off. You had your big hurrah and now your party is over. For you staunch Republicans in office, don’t gloat so much yourselves. You’ve been put on notice by the American people that we’re fed up with ALL YOU BASTARDS and if you don’t start putting America first, you do so at your own peril. You might want to buy a copy of George McGovern’s autobiography and see how shocking and humbling it can be for a professional politician to have to try to find legitimate work once he falls from grace. This election was pure, unadulterated AMERICAN. Hillary got beaten and AMERICA WON THE ELECTION. You can claim he’s not “your president” all you want, but unless you forfeit your American citizenship, YES HE IS!!!! Go cry a river some place they need water.

New Poll SHOCKS “Mainstream” Anti-Trump Media

A majority of Americans believe the establishment media is acting as the primary political opponent to President Donald Trump, according to a new poll by TIPP.

Fifty-five percent of the public told TIPP that they are “weary from the media’s persistently negative coverage of President Trump,” and 54 percent say the news media “has assumed the role of the opposition party, constantly opposing the president and his policies at every turn,” according to an article in Investors Business Daily, which sponsored the TIPP poll.

The result supports the argument by Steve Bannon, Trump’s strategist, who described the establishment media in January as “the opposition party.”

According to IBD;

Not surprisingly, Republicans overwhelmingly hold these views (88% say they’re tired of the [media’s] relentless negativity), but the media’s attacks are also turning off independents (55% of whom say they’re weary of the negative coverage) and moderates (54% of whom are weary). Most also believe that the press has assumed the role of the opposition party.

The poll also showed the public backs Trump’s ‘Hire American’ immigration policies;

The poll found that 57% back Trump’s plan to hire 10,000 more immigration agents; 58% support the deportation of illegal immigrations charged with a crime, even if they haven’t been convicted; 53% back Trump’s call to withhold federal aid to “sanctuary cities.”

Amid media hostility, Trump’s Feb. 28 successful speech to the joint session of Congress also boosted his support, according to the poll.

Of the 653 surveyed before the speech, just 39.5% approved of the job he is doing. Of the 256 polled after the speech, his approval rating climbed to 46.1% — a 6.6 point bump. His disapproval numbers went from 54.5% before to 47.5% after.

DAVID HOROWITZ ON HANNITY: ‘PURGING THE DEEP STATE’

Freedom Center founder weighs in on Obama wiretapping Trump Tower.

Thursday, March 9, Freedom Center founder David Horowitz joined Laura Ingraham and Sean Hannity on the Fox News Channel to discuss “Purging the Deep State” and to weigh in on Saul Alinsky apprentice Barack Obama’s wiretapping of Trump Tower. Watch the clip below.

To order Horowitz’s new book, “Big Agenda: President Trump’s Plan to Save America,” click HERE.

 

Judge Napolitano States The “Destruction of Obama Legacy Possible” Now After Wiretapping Scandal

Judge Napolitano States The “Destruction of Obama Legacy Possible” Now After Wiretapping Scandal

Various legal experts have weighed in on this issue, including Judge Andrew Napolitano, who appeared on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” Tuesday morning to discuss the issue.

Napolitano explained that while Obama could legally have had the authority to spy on Trump Tower, revelations that he had actually done so could destroy his entire legacy because the surveillance would have been “for the most base and venal reasons: to tarnish a political opponent.”

“The president of the United States on his own may conduct surveillance or order surveillance of any person in the United States upon the filing of a certification with the attorney general,” Napolitano explained, but he noted that national security was the only legitimate justification.

“I think the political earthquake would destroy whatever legacy Barack Obama had,” he added.

The judge also explained that he believed Obama did order the wiretapping of Trump Tower, something he called “immoral, profoundly unconstitutional and utterly wrong.”

Hillary Campaign Manager Just ADMITTED They Had Wiretaps On Trump

As Obamagate gets bigger and bigger, more people are admitting that they knew about the wiretaps.

According to Fox News, here is what Robby Mook specifically said:

“TODAY HILLARY CLINTON’S FORMER CAMPAIGN MANAGER TOLD FOX HE HAD KNOWLEDGE OF WIRETAPS BEING USED DURING THE CAMPAIGN BUT HE SUGGESTED THEY WERE TARGETED AT RUSSIAN OFFICIALS, NOT DIRECTLY AT TRUMP TOWER.”

It’s hard to believe that this bozo thought that the wiretaps were meant for Russian officials. It’s really the reasoning used to tap Trump.

The mainstream media has all but forgotten this. They don’t want to admit that they have been complicit in one of the biggest political take downs in American history.