Monday, November 30, 2015

Links To Political News Columns & Videos...

Will GOP Establishment Support Hillary Clinton If Trump Wins Nomination?

McCain: Trump's Rhetoric Turning Muslims Against The United States

A Few Thoughts On A Republican Establishment
That Just Doesn't Get It And Effort Against Trump

Why won’t the ‘Republican Establishment’ support Trump? Because they can’t control him like they can the rest of the GOP candidates. I am almost convinced they will willingly lose their chance for the presidency rather than support Donald Trump.

There is an entire stratosphere of inter-connected alliances who would much rather have Hillary Clinton in office than face the very real possibility of Donald Trump who is singularly focused on what is in America’s best interests.

Five Devastating Facts About Black-On-Black Crime

Hide Your Wallet: Obama Wants Money To Bail Out Obamacare

Donald Trump Interview
Sunday On "Meet The Press"

Fiorina Slams 'Delusional' Obama For Pushing Climate Change As Security Threat

Jeb Bush: Trump Not A 'Serious Candidate'

How Political Correctness Rules In America's Student 'Safe Spaces'

New Poll Touted As Proof That Trump Is Losing Steam

Monday Smile: Golden Retrievers Now Finding A Home

Friday, November 27, 2015

Recent Political Videos...

Donald Trump Puts Out Ad With Hillary
Cackling Over Flames Of Benghazi

Donald Trump ABC Interview
With George Stephanopoulos

John Kasich Releases Attack Ad Against Donald Trump

Ted Cruz Hammers Rubio As "Not From The Right"; Responds
To Rubio PAC's Attack On Cruz As Soft On National Security

FBI Using Elite Teams To Track High Risk ISIS Suspects

Obama: Syrian Refugees Like Pilgrims On Mayflower

The Republican Establishment Nearing Full-Blown Panic About Trump

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Kasich: Trump Plans 'Nonsense,' I Don't Think His Support Is Real

Breitbart -- Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Republican presidential candidate Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) questioned the polls showing his rival Donald Trump is leading the nomination race.

Kasich said, “I’ve been in a virtual war with Donald Trump over these things. I flat out condemn the idea that we were going to have Muslims register. I mean, I can’t help that maybe you didn’t have a camera out there, but the fact is I condemned it as soon as it came out of his mouth. That is not acceptable.”

When asked why Trump is working Kasich said, “Well look, I don’t know how much he’s working and I don’t know who they’re surveying and I do believe in polls like you do, but at the same time, who are they surveying. Are these people for real? I don’t think so. I think at the end when you don’t have experience, when we look at this critical nature of foreign policy — I listened to a lot of what Leon Panetta had to say, I agree with much of it, much of it I’ve already said. And the idea that we’re going to repel an entire group of people on the basis of their religion, it’s nonsense. As you know, I’ve been in a Twitter war with Donald Trump and experience does matter and I have a lot of it. That’s why I have a solid plan to get rid of ISIS and rebuild our military.”
Blog Author's Comments -- Kasich commenting on the polls and Trump leading the field, "are these people for real?" They sure are Governor Kasich and that is why you are doing so poorly in the polls and Donald Trump is kicking your ass! I'm not really sure what Kasich is whining about, doesn't he realize that he has no chance of winning the nomination and should discontinue his farce of a presidential run? And if he has "a solid plan to get rid of ISIS and rebuild our military," why not tell us what it is?

Kasich's Super Pac has joined with Rubio and Bush donors to run negative ads against Trump. I think Kasich is still in because he will be working for the Republican 'Establishment' to benefit Jeb Bush who is their choice for the nomination. Kasich must have been promised a spot in the Jeb Bush administration if he should win, but this will never happen. If Bush by chance were to run against Hillary Clinton he would be defeated and I don't want another Bush as president. I would feel somewhat confident with either Ted Cruz of Donald Trump as the Republican nominee. If the GOP does not win the presidency in 2016 they may never elect another president.

Trump Doubles Down On Waterboarding: 'You Bet Your Ass' I'll Bring It Back

Reuters Poll: Possible Republican Presidential Candidates For 2016

Monday, November 23, 2015

Obama Points To His Courage Traveling To Paris Climate Summit

Independent Sentinel -- Barack Obama actually said at a presser Sunday that by attending the Climate Conference he is showing ISIS I’m ‘Not Afraid’ and Amb. Wendy Sherman, putting a smiley face on Obama’s ‘no strategy’ plan against ISIS, said President Obama Has Been About “Resolve Not Fear” Against ISIS.

Barack Obama said he would go ahead with a visit to Paris for the pivotal UN summit on climate change despite the recent attacks in the French capital, urging other leaders to do the same to show “we are not afraid” of extremists.

“I think it’s absolutely vital for every country, every leader, to send a signal that the viciousness of a handful of killers does not stop the world from doing vital business,” Obama said following an Asia-Pacific summit in Malaysia.

In addition to hunting down terrorists, missile strikes, curbing jihadist financing and other steps, “the most powerful tool we have to fight ISIL is to say that we’re not afraid”, he said.

How is it that Obama could think that, even in the furthest reaches of his bizarre imagination, it’s courageous to attend a climate change summit while traveling in bullet proof vehicles with hundreds of security guards, and thousands of security agents and endless precautions in Paris? It’s brave now to go to Paris with heavy security?

David Brooks ripped Obama, saying his ISIS Policy “Is a rank failure”.

No kidding. A policy without a strategy is always a rank failure.

The top Senate Intel Democrat, Dianne Feinstein, said on Face the Nation Sunday that the White House ISIS plan is not “sufficient”. She is pressing the White House to move more aggressively against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

The agreement is not an overall strategy to eliminate ISIS, Feinstein added. “We need a specific, larger special operations plan,” she said.[...]

Didn’t Dianne hear? Obama just said, “We will ultimately destroy ISIS.” I’d like to know how.

Obama is not going to do it. He only cares about his domestic plan to make the U.S. into a socialist country and the only passion or concern he shows is when he’s attacking the half of the country he doesn’t like and the GOP.
Blog Author's Comments -- Of course Obama is courageous, our country will spend a few million dollars on security for his trip to Paris to make sure he's safe. He said, “I think it’s absolutely vital for every country, every leader, to send a signal that the viciousness of a handful of killers does not stop the world from doing vital business,” Obama said following an Asia-Pacific summit in Malaysia. In addition to hunting down terrorists, missile strikes, curbing jihadist financing and other steps, “the most powerful tool we have to fight ISIL is to say that we’re not afraid”, he said. Yet Obama still won't label ISIS 'Islamic extremists.'

150 On Flight From Mexico Allowed To Skip Customs, Leave JFK Airport

Obama Quietly Plans For 2,224 Regulations Ahead Of Thanksgiving

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Links To Political News Columns...

Hell Freezes Over As Washington Post Admits That Trump May Win Nomination

Harry Reid Wants To Ban 'Paris-Style' Assault Weapons

President Obama May Not Have The Luxury Of Running Out The Clock

Cruz: It's Because Of Obama/Clinton That 'The Islamists Are Winning'

GOP Establishment Prepares "Guerilla Campaign" In Effort To Stop Trump

America's Many Islamic Apologists Need To Wake The Hell Up

Columbia Student Claims To Be Traumatized By Reading About White People

MSM Spreads False Claim Trump Wants Special Badges For Muslims

Friday, November 20, 2015

Levin Slams Ryan For His Syrian Refugee Effort:
'They Don't Get It -- This Is World War III'

Breitbart -- On his Thursday radio show, conservative talker Mark Levin offered his reaction on House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) interview on Fox News Channel's "Hannity" the night before. During that appearance, Ryan laid out the components of his legislation that would deal with Syrian migrants seeking refuge in the United States.

Levin took issue with what Ryan was describing in that interview as “pause,” which he said includes a higher level of vetting of those refugees. Levin disputed Ryan’s definition of a “pause” and took aim at him the general mentality of the leadership Washington, D.C., which he argued failed to recognize the seriousness of the threat the country is facing.

“These people inside Washington – they don’t get it,” Levin said. “This is World War III. Could you imagine during World War II or World War I having these discussions? World War I, under a hideous president, Woodrow Wilson, World War II under an almost equally hideous president, FDR – did they worry about any of this stuff? Was this the national debate? The national debate was how to secure the nation and destroy the enemy and how to destroy the enemy as quickly as possible – victory, victory, victory. Do these guys even talk about victory? This entire debate is absurd.”

Levin also pointed out neither Ryan nor his U.S. Senate counterpart, Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY), are doing anything to fulfill funding for the border control legislation passed during George W. Bush’s presidency, which he said calls into question the sincerity of the claim Ryan made that he wants to “secure the homeland.”

“You’re not securing the homeland, you’re pretending to secure the homeland,” Levin said. “And you should know that. You’re one of these amnesty guys. For instance, ladies and gentlemen, let me ask you a question: Has there been a renewed push by the House of Representatives led by this man to fund the 2006-2007 Border Security Act? No, there hasn’t. Has anybody seen Mitch McConnell the last three weeks? Has he been pushing that? No, he hasn’t. So let’s not pretend. Let’s not pretend the right debate is taking place and the right actions are taking place.”
Blog Author's Comments -- I agree with Mark Levin, a true patriot, talk show host, author, lawyer and very bright man. Nobody knows and defends the Constitution like he does. For years it has been obvious that we will not be able to act, really act, until we are hit some more. More small scale attacks. Maybe some bigger ones. It will take death and destruction to cut through the establishment narrative that current policy is effective.

While Ryan is very smart, he needs to be reminded that Obama is not a reasonable man and dealing with the Syrian refugees and the illegal Hispanics is not merely the stuff of charity. Indeed, it is the stuff of National Security. I don't believe that Obama cares if most of the people in our country do not want the illegals here but he continues his push for them. We already have laws in place if someone wants to come and live in the United States but Obama ignores them.

Mark Levin speaking about Paul Ryan, “you’re not securing the homeland, you’re pretending to secure the homeland,” Levin said. “And you should know that. You’re one of these amnesty guys. For instance, ladies and gentlemen, let me ask you a question: Has there been a renewed push by the House of Representatives led by this man to fund the 2006-2007 Border Security Act? No, there hasn’t. Has anybody seen Mitch McConnell the last three weeks? Has he been pushing that? No, he hasn’t. So let’s not pretend. Let’s not pretend the right debate is taking place and the right actions are taking place.”

Obama Shielding More Than 80% Of Illegals From Deportation

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Thoughts To Ponder...

Democrat: Paris Terrorist Attacks A 'Chilling Reminder' We Need More Gun Control

Obama Calls Republicans Cowards For Opposing Syrian Refugees

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Political Videos Featuring: Trump, Obama, Clinton & McCain

Donald Trump On Paris Terrorist Attack: "Toughest Gun
Laws In The World. Nobody Had Guns But The Bad Guys"

Hillary Clinton Will Not Say We
Are At War With "Radical Islam"

Obama: If We Say 'Radical Islam'
More Muslims Will Turn To Jihad

Donald Trump On ISIS:
"I'd Bomb The Shit Out Of Them"

Sen. John McCain Blasts Barack Obama's Failed ISIS Strategy:
"He Fails To Comprehend Wars Don't End Just Because He Says So"

GOP Savior Paul Ryan Comes Out Against Trump Deportation Plan

So Far: Syrian Refugees In U.S. Include 2,098 Muslims, 53 Christians

Monday, November 16, 2015

Paul Ryan Hopes To Find 'Common Ground' With Obama

Breitbart -- In an interview that aired on CBS’s “60 Minutes” Sunday, newly elected Speaker of the House Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) said he hopes to lead a House of Representatives that is “functioning again.”

“I think wiping the slate clean was about wiping the slate clean in Congress and getting Congress, the House functioning again,” Ryan said.

However, part of that Ryan said will require finding “common ground” with the Obama White House.

“Look, if we can find common ground, we can on highways, we will on funding the government, hopefully we can on tax policy,” Ryan said. “Those are three things that will produce certainty in this economy in the next few months. Let’s go do that.”

Ryan also vowed that there would be no mass deportation of illegal immigrants while he was serving as House Speaker.

Blog Author's Comments -- Ryan actually expects to find 'common ground' with Obama and his administration? Is Paul Ryan another John Boehner? I was against Ryan as Speaker of the House when he was first being considered for the position. Obama is not interested in getting along or finding common ground. I don't think Ryan believes that we are at war with the Democrats. Obama is transforming the country into what he wants it to be and is not being stopped.

Another statement in the column that I can't agree with is 'Ryan also vowed that there would be no mass deportation of illegal immigrants while he was serving as House Speaker.' He can say that after what just happened in France? I am convinced something on the same scale or much larger will happen in the United States as more illegals are allowed into our country. Our only hope is to win the presidency in 2016 with a strong person and I can only think of two who fit that description that are running for the nomination.

As Governors Decry Migrants, Obama Holds Line

Friday, November 13, 2015

GOP Voters Trust Trump On Immigration

Truth Revolt -- He is a thorn in the side of the political establishment but many Republican voters say that Donald Trump is the best bet when it comes to immigration. A poll by YouGov finds that 49% of GOP voters think The Donald is best suited to handle the issue of illegal immigration:
Half of Republicans view Trump as the candidate who can best handle immigration, more than four times the percentage who name Florida Senator Marco Rubio, the son of immigrants, who is in second place, far behind Trump. Only 5% believe former Florida Governor Jeb Bush would do the best job on immigration.
If, as many in the mainstream media argue, Republicans need the support of Hispanic voters in order to win, then this poll is bad news. The poll found more Hispanics are likely to support Jeb Bush's open approach to illegal immigration as opposed to Trump's hard line:
More than half of Hispanics in this poll are immigrants themselves or the children of immigrants. More than half (52%) know someone who is an illegal immigrant, which may color their views on immigration: Hispanics are as likely to think that illegal immigrants commit fewer violent crimes as to say they commit more than others do. Half of Hispanics believe that Mexican immigrants have had a positive impact on the U.S. economy.
Right now Trump has a narrow lead in the Real Clear Politics average of polls among GOP contenders followed closely by Ben Carson - both sitting at 24% support - followed by Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz each at 11%. While Rubio and Cruz are both Hispanic themselves, they have carved out different positions on immigration with Rubio being more open to a pathway to citizenship than Cruz is.
Blog Author's Comments -- Donald Trump is saying what the patriotic Americans want to hear. Where as most of the other candidates (i.e. Rubio, Bush, etc.) still stand for open borders. Trump is the biggest threat to the illegals and the other GOP candidates. If Trump gets the nomination, the RINOs that make up the GOP Establishment will be seething with anger because at present they are wringing their hands over how to stop him.

The election of 2016 is our last chance to save America, so those of us who care want a nominee that can defeat Hillary Clinton. If Clinton should win or even anyone in the GOP besides Trump or maybe Ted Cruz, the borders will remain open and the illegals will be given amnesty. Without secure borders we will see the end of the United States as we know it and the continuation of the Obama era. I don't understand how anyone can believe that Jeb Bush is presidential material and is it not strange that during all of the debates Marco Rubio has not been asked about amnesty or his part in the 'Gang of Eight?'

If Donald Trump wins the GOP nomination and is elected POTUS he will have a huge job with his stand on illegals and amnesty. But, the task has to start soon. Trump at least seems to see what is happening to our country and wants to do something about it. We do not need any more RINO Republicans who do nothing.

Trump Surges Among Likely Republican Primary Voters: Reuters/Ipsos Poll - 42%

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Links To Politically Oriented News Columns...

Donald Trump: Hillary Clinton Is Running To Stay Out Of Jail

Fifth Circuit Appeals Court Smacks Down Obama's Executive Amnesty

These Two Are Why, Sadly, The N-Word Still Exists

Trump Rips Rubio On Immigration Hours Before Next Debate

University Of Missouri Police Ask Students To Report 'Hurtful Speech'

The Conservative Media’s Defense Of Carson And His “Brian Williams Problem”

Obama Appeals To Supreme Court To Keep Five Million Illegals In U.S.

The Real Reason Obama Killed The Keystone XL Pipeline

Monday, November 9, 2015

Ben Carson Backs Puerto Rican Statehood

The Hill -- Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson officially backed Puerto Rican statehood in a speech on the island on Sunday.

“In a Carson administration, I will leave no stone unturned in my efforts to secure this important step in Puerto Rico’s history — establishing Estado 51,” Carson said, according to CNN.

Carson said he viewed the issue of statehood as “settled,” the news network added, referring to a referendum to join the union backed by a majority of Puerto Rican citizens in 2012. “Mis hermanos Americanos,” Carson reportedly said, “my campaign is built around the premise of ‘We the people,’ and through such lens, I view the statehood question in Puerto Rico as settled.”

The Carson campaign estimated that 3,500 people attended the rally for the pro-statehood New Progressive Party.

Other Republican candidates for president, such as former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), support Puerto Rican statehood, provided the island's residents vote to approve it.

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has not endorsed statehood for the U.S. commonwealth but has supported economic relief measures for the island in the past.
Blog Author's Comments -- Dr. Ben Carson is slowly burying his campaign for the GOP nominee. Puerto Rico has 65% unemployment, a mountain of entitlement debt they cannot afford to pay back; 50% or more of Puerto Ricans are on some form of government financial welfare; teetering on the verge of financial collapse; desperate for a bailout – and candidate Ben Carson wants to absorb Puerto Rico into the U.S.A as a state. He certainly appears to be a progressive.

This follows candidate Ben Carson saying only two days earlier that he supports the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership and further globalization.

We already have our own mountain of debt with what Barack Obama has done the past seven years and will continue to do until he leaves the White House. I never did support Ben Carson or Marco Rubio as serious presidential candidates. The country needs a leader who can begin to turn around what Obama has done. I believe we have two candidates that the Republican Party should support that could defeat Hillary Clinton and provide the country with a very good president.

Friday, November 6, 2015

Despite Polls, Bush Declares: 'I'm Going To Win In New Hampshire'

Truth Revolt -- Jeb Bush may be trailing in the polls, but as The Washington Examiner reports, the former Florida governor is making bold predictions about winning the first primary in New Hampshire.

Jeb Bush guaranteed victory in New Hampshire's first in the nation primary. Despite tanking poll numbers, the governor told WMUR he remains confident he can win.

"I'm going to win it," Bush said.

"Is it a must-win for you?" asked WMUR's John DiStaso.

"Oh, I'm going to win it," Bush repeated. "I honestly believe I'm going to win New Hampshire."

Bush is currently ranked fifth place in New Hampshire according to the Real Clear Politics average of recent polls. He trails Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio and John Kasich, respectively

Blog Author’s Comments – Jeb Bush believes he will win in New Hampshire and if he does it will be a surprise to many including me. I really don't see that he has the qualifications or that his heart is into a run for the White House, not against the people he is competing with. But, he is still the RINO RNC/establishment's favorite boy.

It seems to me that the GOP establishment doesn't really care if they win in 2016 if they have to back Donald Trump, Ted Cruz or Ben Carson. I would guess he has to spend the money raised for his campaign but Jeb Bush has to face the reality that he will not, and in my opinion should not, be the GOP nominee for President.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Politically Oriented Videos: Featuring Donald Trump And Ted Cruz...

Donald Trump: Says Carson "Doesn't Have The Experience"
To Be President; Rubio "Highly Overrated," Bush A "Stiff"

When The Media Attacks, Ted Cruz Fights Back

Donald Trump Slams DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman
Schultz As "Highly Neurotic" And A "Terrible Person"

Sen. Ted Cruz: Democrat Debate Was
More Socialism, Pacifism, Weakness

Blog Author's Comments -- The American people these last seven years have seen that a good many of the current crop of people running this government are in the process of destroying it and doing, perhaps, uncorrectable damage to the country. They have been voting for years, believing promises that have been made by both parties. People get elected, the promises are ignored. I would trust either of these men or both of them to run the country and attempt to reverse what the Obama administration and some members of the Republican Party have done.

Monday, November 2, 2015

Boehner Dismisses Ted Cruz's 'Total Nonsense' On Budget Deal

Breitbart -- Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” former Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) said Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) criticisms of his budget deal with President Barack Obama as a “complete and utter surrender” is “total nonsense.”

Boehner said, “That’s just total nonsense. This is — we got real entitlement reform in this agreement. We’ve got a big group of members who need more money for our national defense. And all the increases in spending are offset with spending reductions elsewhere in the government.”

On working with Obama, he added, “At the end of the day it’s about doing the best we can, considering those things, on behalf of the American people. So, we had a lot of conversations. Some were better than others.”
Blog Author's Comments -- John Boehner has done enough damage to the American people during his time as Speaker of the House. The GOP will do what they always do when they've included "cuts to spending" in the budget deal, they will only be realized several years in the future. Last week, Ted Cruz called Boehner’s sweeping bipartisan budget deal a “golden parachute” for the departing Speaker and “a slap in the face to conservatives.” I must agree with Ted Cruz.