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  • My Letter to John McCain's Office Email (Feel Free to Copy and Paste For Your Own Letter)

    09/22/2017 11:18:14 AM PDT · by LRoggy · 30 replies
    Vanity ^ | 9/22/17 | LRoggy
    Here is the letter I just wrote: I can not believe I ever voted for you for President . . . actually I was voting for Sarah, not you anyhow. As a conservative I am fed up with this attitude of not taking what you can get and revisiting the issue another year solely because it is not perfect. Anyone who votes against this should be immediately stripped of their committee posts and standing in the Party. You have let your anger towards President Trump and ego get in the way of what this country needs right now, and that...
  • Collins, Murkowski and McCain Need To Be Stripped Of All Committee Positions

    09/22/2017 10:59:28 AM PDT · by LRoggy · 25 replies
    Vanity ^ | 9/22/2017 | LRoggy
    That's it. Fed up with the three of them. I give Paul a pass since he is a Doctor and will only vote for the perfect . . . let the voters in Kentucky decide on his fate. McCain, Murkowski and Collins need to pay a penalty for putting themselves and their egos and dislike of this President ahead of what's good for the country. Bombard their offices with calls and curse them out. I'm sure there will things in the new bill I don't like but take what you can get now and revisit it next year.
  • Sen. Graham: If You Don't Support Keeping DREAMers, 'Don't Vote For Me'

    07/23/2017 5:04:45 AM PDT · by raybbr · 39 replies
    Foxnews.com ^ | 7/21/2017 | n/a
    Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) told voters who support deporting children covered under the DREAM Act that he didn't want their vote. "I'm excited about giving you a chance to live the rest of your life" in America, Graham said of DREAMers. "I embrace you, and I want you to succeed," he said, speaking at a press conference with Sen. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.).
  • Can Emmanuel Macron really rule France 'by decrees'?

    05/13/2017 5:41:24 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 48 replies
    TheLocal.fr ^ | 10 May 2017 11:25 CEST+02:00
    Macron wants to pass a series of laws by decree in order to speed through reforms — and not everyone is happy about it. But can he actually do it? Macron, France’s soon to be youngest ever president at 39, has major plans for France, including a “simplification” of France’s labor laws and cuts to the public sector and public spending. But to bring these plans to action, the president-elect has said he will not wait for the backing of the French parliament — which he he is unlikely to get a majority in anyway. Instead Macron is planning to...
  • Just how unusual is Emmanuel Macron’s 24-year age gap with his wife anyway?

    05/11/2017 8:27:52 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 42 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 05/11/2017 | By Adam Taylor
    Emmanuel Macron is 24 years younger than his wife, and the incoming French president is exasperated that people keep talking about it. Discussing the assumptions and rumors about his relationship his wife, Brigitte, Macron told Le Parisien newspaper this week that “if I had been 20 years older than my wife, nobody would have thought for a single second that I couldn’t be.” It's a sentiment many French women seem to relate to. Speaking to The Washington Post's Mary Jordan ahead of the election, some suggested that the Macrons' marriage was social “revenge” for years of powerful men seeking younger...
  • Emmanuel Macron: French president-elect to fight 'forces of division'

    05/08/2017 6:22:36 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 16 replies
    BBC ^ | 5/8/17 | BBC
    Emmanuel Macron has vowed to fight "the forces of division that undermine France" after easily winning the run-off election for the French presidency. The centrist candidate, 39, defeated the far right's Marine Le Pen, winning 66.1% of the vote to her 33.9%. Acknowledging his victory, Mr Macron told supporters he wanted to ensure Le Pen voters "no longer have a reason to vote for an extremist position". The sense of relief among European Union leaders has been palpable. Mr Macron was elected on a pro-EU platform, while Ms Le Pen by contrast threatened to pull out of the single currency...
  • Dem Candidate Rob Quist Recommends Climate Change Skeptics Kill Themselves

    05/03/2017 11:46:48 AM PDT · by kevcol · 33 replies
    Washington Free Beacon ^ | May 2, 2017 | Jack Heretik
    "This is something that the entire world needs to address," Quist said. "If any those of you that feel like this is not a problem, I challenge you to go into your car in your garage, start your car, and see what happens there." During his campaign, Quist's life has come into the public light, including his regular musical performances at an Idaho nudist resort with his daughter.
  • In Wake of Rockville Rape, School Superintendent Accuses Parents of Racism

    03/24/2017 2:05:50 AM PDT · by Altura Ct. · 138 replies
    Townhall ^ | 3/23/2017
    In the wake of an alleged brutal rape at Rockville High School in Maryland by two illegal aliens last week, Montgomery County Superintendent Dr. Jack Smith is accusing parents of racism and xenophobia. He also claims threats are being made against students and schools. "While I know this tragic incident has become part of a national political debate, I want to remind community members that the lives of real students have been forever affected," Smith sent in an email Thursday morning. "While many have chosen to engage civilly in the conversation, far too many have crossed the line with racist,...
  • Chuck Todd Admits Media Treated Hillary with Kid Gloves

    01/30/2017 5:13:50 PM PST · by markomalley · 50 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 1/30/17 | Michael Walsh
    If you thought there was something fishy about the way the mainstream media kept trying to tell you that Hillary Clinton's election was a foregone conclusion, you were right: NBC’s Chuck Todd confessed that he and others in the mainstream news media played down just how despised Hillary Clinton was in the heartland due to the fear of appearing “sexist.” What’s more, he admitted, the mainstream media failed to “tell the stories of all Americans.” “Where I think political correctness got in the way of what we all knew as reporters and didn’t fully deliver was how hated the Clintons were...
  • Speaker Ryan Hails Trump's 'Amazing Political Feat'; 'We Need to Change Direction'

    11/09/2016 5:18:22 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 39 replies
    Cybercast News Service ^ | November 9, 2016 | 12:07 PM EST | Susan Jones
    An enthusiastic House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) told a news conference on Wednesday, “Donald Trump pulled off an amazing political feat, and he deserves tremendous credit for that. It helped us keep our majorities, but it also showed the country that people don’t like the direction we were going. We need to change direction.“And what I’m excited about is, we in Congress, along with our nominee who is now the president-elect, offered a very specific and clear and coherent agenda on which direction we should take the country, and that is now the direction we are going to go. And...
  • Lindsey Graham Tweet: I voted @Evan_McMullin for President. [tr]

    11/08/2016 1:40:27 PM PST · by C19fan · 136 replies
    Twitter ^ | November 8, 2016 | The Dishonorable Lindsay Graham
    I voted @Evan_McMullin for President. I appreciate his views on a strong America and the need to rebuild our military. #3
  • Reid: Trump a 'human leech'

    09/15/2016 10:42:57 AM PDT · by BigEdLB · 71 replies
    Politico ^ | 9/15/16 | Louis Nelson
    Donald Trump “is a human leech who will bleed the country and sit at his golf resort laughing at the money he has made,” Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid said Thursday. In remarks from the Senate floor, Reid (D-Nev.) called Trump “a spoiled brat” and “a notorious con artist.” And he argued that the GOP nominee’s history of dubious business practices would carry over into a presidential administration. Donald Trump “is a human leech who will bleed the country and sit at his golf resort laughing at the money he has made,” Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid said Thursday. In...
  • Why Parliament has a duty to keep us in the EU

    08/22/2016 7:07:29 AM PDT · by SteveH · 14 replies
    Now We Know ^ | 8/9/2016 | AC Gayling
    Philosopher AC Grayling explains why he won’t stop restating the arguments until the folly of Brexit is reversed There are five fundamental points that have to be repeated without cease until the folly of Brexit is reversed and the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union is reaffirmed. Each one is obvious to Remainers, and has been clearly stated and restated already: but the point is to keep stating them all until everyone – but especially our Parliamentarians – is repeating them in their sleep. 1. Advisory referendum The referendum was not binding. It was held under the terms of...
  • Rick Wilson: ‘We’ll Lose Religious Liberty,’ 2nd Amendment with President Hillary —

    08/09/2016 8:14:46 AM PDT · by orchestra · 23 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 8/8/2016
    (Full title) Rick Wilson: ‘We’ll Lose Religious Liberty,’ 2nd Amendment with President Hillary — but Trump Is Worse! Republican consultant Rick Wilson, the day before he announced an independent presidential candidate more obscure than David French, admitted that President Hillary Clinton would wreak havoc on the issues that conservatives hold dear… but somehow, President Donald Trump would be even worse. From the New York Daily News: We can’t have four or eight or 12 or 16 years with an irresponsible almost-President gleefully undermining everything the next two or three Presidents and Congresses try to accomplish — while selling socks made...
  • Arizona’s Flake calls out Trump.

    08/08/2016 7:18:29 AM PDT · by Towed_Jumper · 52 replies
    The Daily Courier ^ | August 8, 2016 | Howard Fischer
    PHOENIX — Arizona could do something in November it hasn’t done in 20 years if Donald Trump doesn’t change his tone and tenor, the state’s junior U.S. senator said Sunday: Support the Democrat presidential nominee.
  • Sympathy should be our only response to the Nice terror attack

    07/15/2016 9:54:47 AM PDT · by C19fan · 37 replies
    UK Guardian ^ | July 15, 2016 | Simon Jenkins
    Eighty-four people died late on Thursday night as a lorry drove for more than a mile through the Bastille Day crowds in the southern French city of Nice. The driver eventually died in a hail of police bullets. The incident, on a day when the French celebrate equality, liberty and fraternity, could hardly be more horrific.
  • Romney team explores how to block Trump at convention [BEWARE}

    03/06/2016 4:14:21 PM PST · by UMCRevMom@aol.com · 140 replies
    washingto nexaminer ^ | 3/3/16 | Anna Giaritelli
    Mitt Romney has asked his top advisers to find a way to block Donald Trump from being nominated at the Republican National Convention, according to a new report late Thursday. A source told CNN that the former 2012 GOP presidential nominee is considering ways to keep the 2016 Republican front-runner from locking down the 1,237 delegates he would need to win the July convention. "It sounds like the plan is to lock the convention," the source said. The source added that Romney's advisers are trying to explore how a convention fight would take place, and what rules might have to...
  • Paul Ryan 'Laughed Out Loud' At Donald Trump's 'Pay A Big Price' Threat

    03/03/2016 1:25:58 PM PST · by SkyPilot · 118 replies
    NPR ^ | 3 Mar 16 | Susan Davis
    House Speaker Paul Ryan said he "laughed out loud" at Donald Trump's Super Tuesday comment that the Wisconsin Republican would "pay a big price" if he couldn't work with him. "Sometimes, reality is stranger than fiction around here these days," Ryan told reporters at his weekly press conference. The speaker said he watched Trump's comments from his office. Trump did not elaborate on his Ryan comment. Ryan has publicly rebuked Trump twice during this presidential nomination contest. First, for calling for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S., and then this week for Trump's failure to distance himself quickly...
  • Thousands attend rally for pro-Kremlin Chechen leader Kadyrov

    01/23/2016 7:05:09 AM PST · by BeadCounter · 2 replies
    Euronews ^ | 22/01/16 | Unattributed
    But leaked documents suggested that attendance was compulsory for public sector workers. Kadyrov, 39, a former Chechen rebel turned Kremlin ally, has made a series of strongly-worded verbal tirades against the liberal opposition in recent weeks, calling them "enemies of the people," a Stalin-era phrase some of Vladimir Putin's rivals see as an implicit death threat.
  • Canadian PM: We won’t bomb the Islamic State even if attacked

    01/06/2016 1:52:52 PM PST · by Titus-Maximus · 27 replies
    Jihad Watch ^ | 1/6/2016 | Robert Spencer
    Telling the enemy that you won't retaliate if attacked is simply inviting him to attack you. "Canadian PM: We won't bomb ISIS even if attacked," by Raphael Poch, Israel National News, January 5, 2016: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is keeping his post-election promises and planning to put an end to the participation of the Canadian Air Force in the allied bombings of ISIS. Instead, he is moving Canadian efforts towards training local forces and towards providing humanitarian aid in Syria and Iraq. In an interview with Global News, Trudeau said that he sees no reason to change this new...