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Posted:May 23, 2019 1:11 pm
Last Updated:May 23, 2019 7:30 pm
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As an casual observer of the liberal media’s narratives and habits. I found their new slogan popped up after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi uttered cover-up earlier Wednesday morning.

I think we are seeing a pattern here. I remember back in January, the term ‘manufactured crisis’ was used to talk about what was going on at the U.S. southern border. The liberal media seized onto Pelosi’s cries of “manufactured crisis” to help color their coverage.

The liberal media changed their tune a few months later when over 200,000 illegal immigrants crossed the border in a two-month time span.
And then we have the other crisis, which was the “constitutional crisis”. And was two weeks ago when Bill Barr, after testified in front of the Senate, decided not to do so with the House when they change the rules around, as far as staffers being able to question him, which had never happened in Congress before. And he said, ‘this is going to be a circus. No thanks, I’m not going to show up’.

So, became a “constitutional crisis”. And Pelosi says , as well. Sure enough, the Media Research Center – and I get they're conservative, but the numbers are usually accurate. They found between May 8 and May , on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, and MSNBC, exact term, “constitutional crisis”, was uttered 386 times.
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HUD Housing Should Put Americans First
Posted:May 23, 2019 4:04 am
Last Updated:May 23, 2019 4:24 am
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We no longer live in a constitutional republic. We live in an idiocracy.

Only in modern-day America, under the Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives, is the basic proposition that federally subsidized public housing should benefit American citizens and legal residents slammed as "despicable" and "damaging."

Those are the hysterical words used by Democratic Rep. Carolyn Maloney of New York City to condemn the proposal discussed by Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson on Tuesday to ban government aid to residents of HUD who shelter illegal immigrants. The rule change would end a Clinton-era regulation that allowed immigrants to obtain aid without having to disclose whether they were here legally. The Trump plan could free up an estimated 32,000 public housing slots, according to HUD, as 1.6 million applicants nationwide wait to be considered.

Democratic Rep. Juan Vargas of San Diego County couldn't believe Carson could be so "mean-spirited" in prioritizing law-abiding people over law-breaking ones.

Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters of Los Angeles called the illegal alien prohibition "cruel."

Only in America are American public servants, who are sworn to uphold American laws and the U.S. Constitution, hounded by open borders liberals about putting Americans first. Instead of being forced to defend their own twisted and treasonous priorities, Democrats got an assist from open borders tools in the media making hay of Carson's unfamiliarity with some stupid real estate acronym. The squirrel-chasers at Newsweek sputtered: "Ben Carson doesn't know what an REO property is, thinks he's being asked about Oreos." Politico clucked: "Ben Carson confuses a real-estate term and a cookie."

Fake news narrative set: He's dastardly, dumb and hates immigrants!

Carson had patiently explained at the House Financial Services Committee hearing that families with illegal immigrants would still have up to 18 months to defer eviction and find somewhere else to live or to move back to their home countries. But that (undeserved) generosity was met with still more unhinged cries of "What about the children?" from the "America Last" Democrats whose first allegiance is to thousands of anchor babies born here to irresponsible border-trespassers, visa overstayers and deportation fugitives. They put their own children at risk in the first place. Not us.

You want to engage in "What about-ism?" What about the native-born military veterans? What about the elderly? And what about the destitute citizens down on their luck waiting for public housing slots to open up?

In Maloney's city, it reportedly takes an average of 99 months for a HUD applicant to secure an apartment.

In Waters' city, the waiting list for low-income Americans seeking Section 8 vouchers is 40,000 people and up to 11 years long.
In Vargas' county, the region now boasts the fourth-highest homeless population in the nation.

It is "only logical," Carson pointed out, to put Americans ahead of the 32,000 HUD-housed residents deemed ineligible because of their immigration status. But logic is toxic to the Make America Disappear Lobby.

When I hear the impassioned paeans of Democrats on behalf of illegal immigrants fighting for their federal Section 8 vouchers, I am reminded of the most notorious deportation-evading denizen of government-subsidized housing: Zeituni Onyango, President Obama's illegal immigrant aunt, who died of cancer in 2014.
Remember? Onyango was a beneficiary of the welfare state run amok, and a perfect symbol of open borders ingratitude and metastatic entitlement. She overstayed a temporary visa for 14 years, never going home to Kenya. Screw our rules. Onyango had no job skills, no special talent and no claim of persecution. She didn't value the American dream. She was a dependency nightmare. She collected $700 a month in welfare benefits and disability payments totaling $51,000. Somehow, Onyango also drummed up money to apply for asylum and finagled her way into federal and state public housing in Boston.

She gamed the system under both Democratic and Republican administrations, dragged out her phony "asylum case" three times, dodged two deportation orders, illegally donated to her nephew's presidential campaign along the way, and then eventually secured a green card in 2010. Such are the perks of illegal immigrant privilege.
In a raging interview she gave to a Boston TV station before she died, Onyango savaged and taunted her American hosts. "If I come as an immigrant, you have the obligation to make me a citizen," she spouted. "I didn't ask for it," she retorted when asked about her public housing benefits. "They gave it to me. Ask your system. I didn't create the system."

Well, Obama's ingrate aunt was right about that: She didn't create the system. Idiocrats built it. Idiocrats are defending it. And idiocrats would rather mock Carson's ignorance of a real estate acronym than own up to their own suicidal stupidity.

Here's the only acronym you need to know if idiocrats prevail: R.I.P., America. R.I.P.

Article by Michelle Malkin
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Nobody Told Me the Truth
Posted:May 21, 2019 7:03 am
Last Updated:May 23, 2019 7:34 pm
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Nobody told me there would be a lack of compassion as I laid on table … no one held my hand or offered any comfort at all. Instead it was treated like it was no big deal. It was as if I was going in to have a splinter removed. The only smile I got was when I handed over the money.

Nobody told me I would eventually realize what I destroyed was not tissue or a clump of cells, but my children … or guilt and shame would follow me for decades.

Nobody told me abortion could lead to alcoholism and drug abuse. I’ve now been sober for twenty years, but for over twenty-five years, I was a raging alcoholic. Why? Because I had to do something to forget what I had done and to numb the pain.
Nobody told me abortion leads to unsavory behavior, such as promiscuity. I’m embarrassed to say I reached out everywhere else for love because I could no longer love myself.

Nobody told me abortion leads to depression. The same alcohol I used to forget the abortions and numb the pain contributed to my hurting everyone I loved, leaving me in self-imposed isolation, shrouded in darkness.

Nobody told me abortion results in other life-altering decisions. I lost the chance of experiencing the miracle of carrying and bearing a child by convincing a doctor to give me a tubal ligation at the age of 30 because I didn’t deserve to be a mother

Those who claim not having access to abortion hurts women and also claim having a choice on continuing a pregnancy is empowering could not be further from the truth in their assertions.

Abortion hurts women. Not only does it kill an innocent baby, but it also ends the normalcy of a woman’s life, as indicated in my story as well as the stories of countless others.

Moreover, as to choice being empowering, ’s just another lie. Empowerment allows a woman to be comfortable in her skin, confident and at peace. Once a woman has an abortion, empowerment slowly slips away, leaving nothing but a gaping wound in her soul only to be backfilled with pain, self-hatred, guilt, shame, and remorse.
Women, like me, deserve better than abortion.

By Patti J. Smith

Patti J. Smith is the assistant director of Rachel’s Hope Healing Ministry and is the former regional coordinator of Silent No More Awareness Campaign in San Diego, California.
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Just for our Canadian Friends
Posted:May 21, 2019 6:44 am
Last Updated:May 21, 2019 2:25 pm
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CBC and National Post columnist Andrew Coyne stated Justin Trudeau’s $600 million media bail-out will “irrevocably politicize the press” and urged journalists to boycott the panel. Surprising Mr. Coyne, one of Canada’s pre-eminent journalists, would bite the hand feeds him.

Finance Minister Bill Moreau stressed the funding would help save newspapers under threat and would “protect the vital role the independent news media plays in our democracy.”

Democracy? Didn’t know uber-rich Liberal Laurentian Mountain elites gave a damn about democratic process. Throughout Justin Trudeau’s entire run as prime minister he has consistently ignored the will of the majority– immigration quotas, illegal refugees, citizenship for convicted ISIS terrorists, and much more.

The Trudeau Liberals are a model of virtue-signalling deception. “We cleared a back log of refugees from war-torn nations,” they proudly announce. Translation: Government approved tens of thousands of non-Canadians(many illegal) to enter our country and live off of our tax-payer dollars. Not a single Canadian approved this pointless exercise.

The benefit is limited to government ONLY— it is common knowledge–or should be– migrants vote for the ruling government at the time they enter the country. So do their family members, and indeed entire ethnic communities. Muslim-Canadians overwhelmingly voted for the Liberals in the 20 federal election.

Now, Justin Trudeau has taken the very communist path toward controlling Canadian media. The piece media downplay is they MUST ADHERE to the rules of King Justin to qualify for the grants. No Rebel Media. No Faith Goldy. No media organization with populist leanings will be paid out

Under PM Trudeau, Canada is morphing into a socialist state. Cultural Action Party Of Canada predicted this very thing from DAY ONE. Justin Trudeau, his brother Alexandre and father Pierre Trudeau have all displayed admiration for communist nation of history.

Mr. Trudeau is also attempting to control social media with a new “Charter” entitled “Dimensions: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.” “Dimensions” has been distributed to all university presidents, who are urged to sign, endorsing the program for their universities.

Establishment Media. Social Media. Education. Law. Within communist nations, government control ALL ASPECTS of society. Clearly, this is what Justin Trudeau is attempting to entrench within our nation. Not a single citizen approved these actions. ’s not democracy–’s Trudeau “liberalism.”
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Democrats pivot from ‘war on poverty’ to ‘war on prosperity’
Posted:May 20, 2019 3:53 am
Last Updated:May 20, 2019 7:06 pm
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On April 24, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson strode up to a ramshackle house in Inez, Kentucky, and announced to the invited reporters that, “I have called for a national war on poverty. Our objective: total victory.” That war consumed well over $20 trillion, yet poverty rates (as measured by the government) barely budged. Even that shack in Inez, Kentucky, looks about the same now as it did 55 years ago.

Today, the Democratic Party’s vanguard is focused on a new war – against prosperity. Whereas the war on poverty aimed to lift people up, the mood of the Democrats’ new war on prosperity is to pull people down. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., rail against the “rich and powerful” despite being rich and powerful themselves. To them, the risk-taking and success that define the American Dream are economic vices that government must eradicate.
This isn’t just a war of words. Democrats are unveiling muscular new policies designed to crush successful companies and tear down the prosperous. For example, Democrats are jumping on the bandwagon to dismantle America’s leading tech companies. That would be a big boost to foreign competitors like Samsung and Alibaba, but it’s hard to see how American workers employed by these companies (not to mention consumers) would benefit.

Democrats have also declared war on America’s financial markets. When Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., called for raising taxes on capital gains, Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., upped the ante by introducing a plan to tax even unrealized capital gains – eliminating any incentive for long-term investing. Warren wants to put business leaders in prison for their companies’ regulatory lapses, even for mere negligence rather than criminal behavior. Risk-taking and innovation, so important to the vitality of our financial markets, would dry up – choking our economy.

The Democrats’ greatest passion, however, is for confiscating wealth from those who have a lot of it. Even though the top one percent pays more in taxes than the bottom ninety percent combined, Democrats want them to pay much, much more. Warren and Beto O’Rourke would impose a first-ever “wealth tax” on personal fortunes above $50 million. Whatever the government didn’t take from the wealthy while they were alive would be ransacked by a new 77 percent death tax pushed by Sanders, hitting family farmers and capital-intensive small businesses the hardest.

Punitive tax policies often backfire: France repealed a Warren-style wealth tax after it saw 200 billion euros in capital flee the country over 10 years. So did Sweden. But the real goal of the Democrats’ soak-the-rich schemes appears to be not revenue but social engineering through radical economic leveling. Left-wing phenom Stacey Abrams said as much in a recent interview: “The structure of our tax policy in America is the most direct form of social engineering that we have and the least investigated.” Abrams sees “structural inequality” in society as the vital concern of tax policy, not revenue-raising.

The problem with the Democrats’ war on prosperity is that it won’t make life better for the have-nots, even if they drag the haves down to the same level. “In socialism, the rich will be poorer – but the poor will also be poorer,” said Thomas Peterffy, who fled the deadening hand of government in his native Hungary for a new life in America. More stifling regulation, less private investment and less incentive to work hard and save would leach prosperity away from our country. That would hurt not just the wealthy but also the middle class.

Democrats don’t like the “socialist” label but that’s where their anti-prosperity policies would take us. Fifty-five years ago, Democrats launched an ambitious war on poverty. It was a costly failure. In 2020, Americans will get to vote on whether the Democrats’ war on prosperity should be allowed to succeed. We can’t risk giving them that chance.

Op-Ed by Steven Law
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AG Barr’s latest appointment reminds us how the department should operate
Posted:May 17, 2019 6:33 pm
Last Updated:May 19, 2019 4:55 am
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Better late than never: Attorney General William Barr has tasked U.S. Attorney John Durham to investigate the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation. If the Justice Department had done this two years ago, the country would be in a much better place.

Barr has made clear that he intends to restore his department’s credibility. The Durham appointment is a perfect example of that effort. This is how Justice ought to operate, from the nature of the probe to the choice of prosecutor. It’s a striking contrast to the hash that became of the Mueller investigation.

Barr gets for not naming Durham a “special counsel.” Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein succumbed to Democratic special-counsel demands two years ago this month, with all the predictable results. The rampaging investigation prosecuted Americans for everything other than the “collusion” it was supposed to uncover. It became a black hole, the subject of endless media speculation -- and a cudgel for Democrats to use against the Trump presidency.

Special counsels are only supposed to be appointed when the Justice Department is clearly too conflicted to investigate a matter. No one doubts that the in-house Durham is capable of making an impartial assessment of the individuals and actions that launched the Trump-Russia probe. Then again, Justice also had the ability to investigate the original Trump-Russia story. It was just a matter of getting the right person to run the investigation.

By Kimberley A. Strassel | The Wall Street Journal
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A Trip Down Memory Lane
Posted:May 15, 2019 5:30 am
Last Updated:May 18, 2019 6:28 pm
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How about this as a mental exercise: Try to remember back to the year 2009. It was only a decade ago, but it feels like a totally different era -- and in many ways it was.

In 2009, most people didn't have smartphones. Late night television was still funny. The Democratic Party was still pretending to put the interests of American citizens above those of the rest of the world.

In September of 2009, President Obama gave a speech about health care to a joint session of Congress. You may remember it. One of Obama's most emphatic promises in that speech -- in fact, during that whole season -- was that foreigners living in our country illegally would never receive benefits under his plan. He said that repeatedly.

But not everyone believed him.

President Obama, Sept. 9, 2009: There are also those who claim that our reform efforts would ensure illegal immigrants. This too, is false. The reforms -- the reforms I'm proposing would not apply to those who are here illegally.

Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C.: You lie!

Obama: That's not true.

"You lie!" That man was Congressman Joe Wilson of South Carolina. For the crime of being rude to St. Obama, Wilson was instantly denounced by his fellow Republicans, "Totally disrespectful," huffed Sen. John McCain, who himself had spent decades yelling obscenities at people on Capitol Hill. Jimmy Carter called Wilson a racist.

And now it turns out that Joe Wilson was right. A decade later, the Democratic Party has abandoned any pretense that America exists to benefit Americans. They tell us our country is innately evil, that it was conceived in racism for the purpose of oppression, that we are a sinful nation. And to redeem ourselves, we must sacrifice for the world's poor, among many, many, many other things. This means paying the health care bills of foreign nationals who have no right to be here in the first place.

"Look, I think that anyone who is in a situation where they are in need of health care, regardless of whether they're documented or undocumented, we have an obligation you see that they are cared for," Joe Biden explained recently. "That's why I think we need more clinics around the country."

Whether they have documents or not. This isn't a fringe candidate. It's not Mike Gravel or some Green Party wacko. That's the former Vice President of the United States. He is now the first frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. Joe Biden is up by 25 points over the rest of the field. Two years from now, Biden could easily be president.

Chances are, his running mate would be Sen. Kamala Harris of California. And over the weekend, Harris made it official: She agrees with Joe Biden on this question. Illegal aliens deserve full government health care, she said in an interview.

Jake Tapper, CNN anchor: So you support giving universal health care - Medicare-for-All - to people who are in this country illegally?

Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif, presidential candidate: Let me just be very clear about this. I am opposed to any policy that would deny in our country any human being from access to public safety, public education or public health. Period.

"Let me be very clear about this." So you know, we are not taking her out of context. We've even got the hand gestures. She is telling us that we have an obligation to pay the medical bills of every illegal alien in this country. Period. As she said.

Now, how many people would that be, exactly? Well, we don't know. In fact, we have no idea. Thanks to lobbying from elected Democrats like Kamala Harris, nobody knows how many illegal aliens live in this country right now. It could be 12 million. It could be 40 million.

But one thing is for sure. Once the rest of the world knows that we're passing out free health care, it will soon be many, many more. How much will all of that cost this country? Who will pay for it? How many more doctors and nurses will we need to provide that health care? How many more hospitals and clinics will we have to build?

Joe Biden said we'd have to build some. How many? Well, no one is saying. No one is saying anything precisely about it. They haven't thought about the details -- and that's odd.

Our health care system is already overpriced and inadequate. In fact, that's the main reason Democrats won in the last election, because they promised to make it better. Now they're telling us the solution -- the way they're going to make it better -- is by giving unlimited free medical care to foreigners who break our laws. That's just lunacy. There's no other way to put it.

Of course, this is getting virtually no coverage. The media have no interest in talking about something that might embarrass their party. But unlike the phantom threat of Russia, this actually matters -- a lot.


From Tucker Carlson
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Oh No
Posted:May 14, 2019 4:49 am
Last Updated:May 15, 2019 4:10 am
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Why did I get divorced? Well, last week was my birthday. My wife didn't wish me a happy birthday. My parents forgot and so did my kids. I went to work and even my colleagues didn't wish me a happy birthday. As I entered my office, my secretary said, "Happy birthday, boss!" I felt so special. She asked me out for lunch. After lunch, she invited me to her apartment. We went there and she said, "Do you mind if I go into the bedroom for a minute?" "Okay," I said.

She came out 5 minutes later with a birthday cake, my wife, my parents, my kids, my friends, & my colleagues all yelling, "SURPRISE!!!" while I was waiting on the sofa... naked.
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Reparations for Who
Posted:May 13, 2019 6:31 am
Last Updated:May 18, 2019 1:18 pm
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Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, California Sen. Kamala Harris and author Marianne Williamson have all in some way said they are in favor of reparations for African-Americans.

The public face of racial discrimination is usually an African American, or possibly Latino. However, members of any minority can face bias and prejudice at work and in their day-to-day lives. Tribal members, and others who identify as Native Americans. But if we look at the history of our country from the moment white people set foot on the North American continent, discrimination has had longstanding target: the indigenous populations.

Native Americans, like slaves and other non-white peoples, were not granted citizenship at the founding of this country. They were not counted in the census (as were slaves and women, who also could not vote), as they were part of their own sovereign nations with their own lands and government. But that did not stop the new and growing United States from usurping Native lands and pushing the people onto designated reservations.

The history of the United States’ relations with Native Americans is of conquest, dominance, and greed, full of bloody battles, court cases, and forced marches west into areas with limited resources and access to opportunities. The Trail of Tears ring any bells with you. In 1838 and 1839, as part of Andrew Jackson's Indian removal policy, the Cherokee nation was forced to give up its lands east of the Mississippi River and to migrate to an area in present-day Oklahoma. The Cherokee people called this journey the "Trail of Tears," because of its devastating effects. They were not allowed time to gather their belongings, and as they left, whites looted their homes. Then began the march known as the Trail of Tears, in which 4,000 Cherokee people died of cold, hunger, and disease on their way to the western lands.

The th Amendment granted citizenship to former slaves after the Civil War, but it did not encompass Native Americans. So much for "birth right citizenship" huh.

The Black Hills of Dakota are sacred to the Sioux Indians. In the 1868 treaty, signed at Fort Laramie and other military posts in Sioux country, the United States recognized the Black Hills as part of the Great Sioux Reservation, set aside for exclusive use by the Sioux people. However, after the discovery of gold there in 1874, the United States confiscated the land in 1877. To this day, ownership of the Black Hills remains the subject of a legal dispute between the U.S. government and the Sioux.

Several different sources including Courageous Conversation
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Three Lies the Left needs to Stop Telling
Posted:May 11, 2019 6:41 am
Last Updated:May 13, 2019 11:39 am
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The parade of Democratic politics is finally being exposed for what it is – a pompous, yet empty display of purported finery, which has been largely applauded and accepted by those who refuse to see that much of what they believe is based in bias not fact. Yet now the Democratic “emperors” are finally being seen as wearing nothing but empty promises and piety. And it is long overdue.

Now that the charade is over, there are three lies the left needs to stop telling:

Lie number one is the inflated narrative of Russian collusion, which has now been deflated by the release of the Mueller report. Not only was this “witch hunt” unfounded at its beginning, but it was also tainted, biased and politically motivated in the middle, and in the end was exposed as a complete waste of taxpayer money. It was a two-year distraction without merit at best, and potentially an attempted coup at its worst.

Though time will tell what additional revelations will still come as a result of this report, the “collusion delusion,” at least as far as Donald Trump is concerned, is over. The political elites and media talking heads had it wrong all along – dead wrong. They are seething that their concentrated efforts didn’t uncover anything worthy of impeachment and are now left holding nothing but their bruised pride. The American people are moving on. It’s time for the mainstream media and a few outlying members of Congress to do the same.

Lie number two is that there is no crisis at our southern border. “It’s fabricated," says the left. Donald Trump has “manufactured this crisis." Nothing could be further from the truth. Not only are we being overrun by thousands of people who are arriving with no documentation to prove who they are, but much worse, we are turning a blind eye to human trafficking – right here at home. In fact, we may actually be facilitating it by incentivizing migrants to arrive with children. If people arrive in a "family unit," they are processed differently and given priority entry. Without documentation, we have to take the word of the child and the “parent” as to their identity, although a few select border control crossings are starting to use DNA testing to determine a familial connection.

Who knows how many children have been taken from their families and used by smugglers to walk with unrelated adults across the border and then taken right back to Mexico in order to be used by the next smuggler. We may be complicit in the very act we accuse countries all around the world of wrongly engaging in.

Where is the outrage about this from the left? This needs to stop. Immediately. We need to end this tsunami of illegal migration and start legally controlling the wave of immigrants again. Regardless of how often we are told by the left it’s not an issue, we have eyes to see the footage of the migrant caravans, and are smart enough to know that when we incentivize people to break our own laws, they will. And they are. The left knows it. Why won’t they tell us the truth?

And lie number three is that America is ready to move toward socialism. As the 2020 Democratic candidates step over themselves to be the one furthest to the left, much of the rest of the nation watches this rush to irrelevance and wonders who will be buying what they’re selling? Even Joe Biden, the supposed Democratic frontrunner, can’t make a compelling argument as to why he should be our next president, nor can any of the other nearly two dozen candidates.

Why? Because when they speak of “changing directions” or “undoing the Trump era," I’m not exactly sure who wants that. If we look sheerly at the statistics of what has been achieved economically in the past few short years, it is truly remarkable. And even the president’s greatest critics know it.

The average, hard-working, middle-class voter, doesn't want a change of direction. They don’t want to return to the Obama-Biden era of more government control, increased regulation, higher taxes and additional intrusion into their lives and businesses. What they actually want is more of what they are getting now – rising wages, energy independence, nearly full employment, fairer trade globally and a national economy that is booming – and is the envy of the world. The left wants less of that. The rest of us want more of that – much more – at least five years more!

So it’s time for the left to stop the lies and start telling the truth. About the special counsel. About immigration. About socialism. About the record-breaking Trump economy. These lies are the modern day snake oil of the left – and fewer and fewer people are buying it.


Article by Peggy Grande
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