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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
    Didn't she also say that she is going to withdraw from NATO and cozy up to the Russians? No thanks.
    Trump himself has been highly critical of NATO. He's waffled a bit on his stance, but I believe he said they were "obsolete" and that the other countries needed to pay their fair share, intimating that if changes weren't made, he'd be for the US no longer being a part of it.

    Regardless, the NATO without France is the equivalent of me losing one hair. No one will notice a difference.

    In all seriousness, I'm less concerned about France and NATO than I am on France and terrorism and immigration. We need some European countries to step up and revers the social changes they've all implemented. These changes have allowed France to become a cesspool of terrorism and terrorist attacks. France is averaging a notable terrorist attack almost monthly for the past two years.
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    Illegal crossings down = WINNING

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    Border rancher: Illegal crossings down 90% since Trump became president

    Arizona ranchers John Ladd and Fred Davis invited House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to see the southern border from their property, but she never responded.

    But they responded this morning to Pelosi’s recent claim that the border wall is “immoral, expensive, unwise.”

    Appearing on Fox & Friends on Tuesday, Ladd said border crossings by illegal aliens have decreased 90% to 95% since Donald Trump took office.

    Perhaps more shockingly, Ladd has determined through Border Patrol data that some 500,000 illegal aliens have crossed his property in the 30 years he’s owned it.

    Davis disputed Pelosi’s notion that a wall would divide border towns.

    “All the communities that I know about, all the cities along the border, already have high fences,” he told co-host Steve Doocy, disputing Pelosi’s argument.

    “Where the wall is necessary is in a lot of the outlying areas that still only have a four-wire barbed-wire fence between Mexico and us.”

    Davis said the wall, which he said is one tool, is necessary to stop drug cartels and other criminals from entering the U.S.

    “You’ve got to put boots on the ground to make it effective, and that’s been part of the problem on what places they have a wall now,” he said.
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    http://ijr.com/2017/04/855544-2016-e...ntent=Politics

    If the 2016 Election Were Held Again After Trump's First 100 Days, Here's What Would Happen...

    BY JASON HOWERTON
    If the 2016 presidential election were held again today, Hillary Clinton would receive even fewer votes and Donald Trump would still be the president, according to ABC News.

    President Trump has the lowest approval rating of any president since 1945 as he nears his 100th day in office. However, the vast majority of Americans who voted for him in 2016 apparently have no regrets and would vote for him again today.

    The same can’t be said for Hillary Clinton.

    An astonishing 96 percent of people who voted for Trump in November said they would vote for him again if the election was held today, according to ABC’s polling. On the other hand, only 85 percent of Clinton voters said they would cast another vote for the Democratic candidate.

    ABC News adds more context to the numbers:

    Among Americans who say they voted in the 2016 election, 46 percent say they voted for Hillary Clinton and 43 percent for Trump, very close to the 2-point margin in the actual popular vote results. However, while Trump would retain almost all of his support if the election were held again today (96 percent), fewer of Clinton's supporters say they'd stick with her (85 percent), producing a 40-43 percent Clinton-Trump result in this hypothetical re-do among self-reported 2016 voters.

    That's not because former Clinton supporters would now back Trump; only 2 percent of them say they'd do so, similar to the 1 percent of Trump voters who say they'd switch to Clinton. Instead, they're more apt to say they'd vote for a third-party candidate or wouldn't vote.

    In a cautionary note to her party, Clinton's 6-point drop in a hypothetical mulligan election relates to views of whether the Democratic Party is in touch with peoples' concerns. Although the sample sizes are small, those who say the party is out of touch are less likely to say they'd support Clinton again, compared with those who see it as in touch.

    That’s not to say that Trump doesn’t have his own polling problems. Just 42 percent of Americans approve of Trump’s job performance so far. In comparison, Barack Obama saw a 69 percent approval rating during his first 100 days in office.

    Further, 60 percent said they doubted Trump’s honesty and trustworthiness and 55 percent say his policy agenda is not driven by a clear set of principles.

    But Americans gave Trump good grades for his initiative to keep jobs in the United States by pressuring companies — with 73 percent approving his tactics. In another important measure, 53 percent of Americans see Trump as a strong leader.

    Bottom line: Even if Democrats got a second chance at the election today, they'd still lose to Trump.
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    Sessions: DoJ Has Sent a Letter to 10 ‘Sanctuary Cities’ in Possible Violation of Immigration Law

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions revealed he sent a letter to 10 cities functioning as so-called “sanctuary cities,” which may be in violation of federal law.

    Sessions warned a failure to respond to those letters could result in those cities losing their federal funding.

    “Last year, the Obama administration sent out notices that people had to comply with this cooperative language in the law that was passed several years ago,” Sessions explained. “And we sent out a letter today to 10 cities that the Inspector General’s office last year said were potentially in violation of the law involving deportation in sanctuary cities. We expect them to respond. If they don’t respond, they should not receive the grants because the grants were issued on condition of cooperation.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/...migration-law/

    Before any libtard who wants to cry foul because they deem this Federal govt. overreach into states rights....you're wrong again.

    The protection and safety of American citizens is the responsibility of the Federal Govt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Burgundy View Post
    http://ijr.com/2017/04/855544-2016-e...ntent=Politics

    If the 2016 Election Were Held Again After Trump's First 100 Days, Here's What Would Happen...

    BY JASON HOWERTON
    If the 2016 presidential election were held again today, Hillary Clinton would receive even fewer votes and Donald Trump would still be the president, according to ABC News.

    President Trump has the lowest approval rating of any president since 1945 as he nears his 100th day in office. However, the vast majority of Americans who voted for him in 2016 apparently have no regrets and would vote for him again today.

    The same can’t be said for Hillary Clinton.

    An astonishing 96 percent of people who voted for Trump in November said they would vote for him again if the election was held today, according to ABC’s polling. On the other hand, only 85 percent of Clinton voters said they would cast another vote for the Democratic candidate.

    ABC News adds more context to the numbers:

    Among Americans who say they voted in the 2016 election, 46 percent say they voted for Hillary Clinton and 43 percent for Trump, very close to the 2-point margin in the actual popular vote results. However, while Trump would retain almost all of his support if the election were held again today (96 percent), fewer of Clinton's supporters say they'd stick with her (85 percent), producing a 40-43 percent Clinton-Trump result in this hypothetical re-do among self-reported 2016 voters.

    That's not because former Clinton supporters would now back Trump; only 2 percent of them say they'd do so, similar to the 1 percent of Trump voters who say they'd switch to Clinton. Instead, they're more apt to say they'd vote for a third-party candidate or wouldn't vote.

    In a cautionary note to her party, Clinton's 6-point drop in a hypothetical mulligan election relates to views of whether the Democratic Party is in touch with peoples' concerns. Although the sample sizes are small, those who say the party is out of touch are less likely to say they'd support Clinton again, compared with those who see it as in touch.

    That’s not to say that Trump doesn’t have his own polling problems. Just 42 percent of Americans approve of Trump’s job performance so far. In comparison, Barack Obama saw a 69 percent approval rating during his first 100 days in office.

    Further, 60 percent said they doubted Trump’s honesty and trustworthiness and 55 percent say his policy agenda is not driven by a clear set of principles.

    But Americans gave Trump good grades for his initiative to keep jobs in the United States by pressuring companies — with 73 percent approving his tactics. In another important measure, 53 percent of Americans see Trump as a strong leader.

    Bottom line: Even if Democrats got a second chance at the election today, they'd still lose to Trump.
    This deserves it's own thread!
    We wouldn't want our liberal friends to miss this!

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    Unlike the poll in 2013 that if the election were held again we would be saying President Romney.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/onpol...-poll/3638673/

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    Opposing NATO's wrong directions - WINNING. Trump's persistent denigration of NATO is right - call them out. He's pushing for member nations to pay their fair share. Good. He points out their woeful gaps in competency. Good. And today it was announced that the UN has added Saudi Arabia to the Women's Rights Commission. Trump is right again - NATO's become a very expensive joke.

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    Anger over Saudi appointment to UN Women's Rights commission
    Critics call the decision 'shocking' and 'absurd'

    Saudi Arabia has been voted onto the UN women’s rights commission in a secret ballot - a move branded "shocking" and "absurd" by critics.

    At least five European Union states reportedly cast their ballots for the Middle Eastern kingdom, where women still do not have the right the right to drive and were only allowed to stand as candidates and vote in municipal elections first the first time, two years ago.

    It will now serve a four year term on the UN Commission on the Status of Women, which claims to be dedicated to the “promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women”.

    Rothna Begum, a women's rights researcher at Human Rights Watch told The Independent it was "shocking".

    "How can Saudi Arabia seek to promote women’s rights globally, when at home they continue to severely discriminate against women through the male guardianship system?" she said.

    The guardianship system means that women in Saudi Arabia remain permanent legal minors. Ms Begum said that as a result they are required to seek permission from a male guardian "to travel abroad, marry, or be released from prison, and may be required to provide guardian consent to work or get health care".

    She also pointed out that women cannot drive or apply for a driving licence in the conservative country. Earlier this month, the country got into hot water after images of the first girls’ council meeting emerged – with 13 men in attendance, but no women.

    Hillel Neuer, director of UN Watch, UN Watch a non-governmental organisation (NGO) whose stated mission is "to monitor the performance of the United Nations by the yardstick of its own Charter", also called appointment "absurd", while award-winning author and columnist Mona Eltahaway was equally appalled, and referred to the appointment as a “disgrace”.

    The Human Rights Foundation, a New York-based NGO, called the country a “dictatorship”.


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    Sean Spicer - Whitehouse Briefing stated, illegal alien border crossings have plummeted by 61% since the beginning of the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Steelersfan View Post
    Opposing NATO's wrong directions - WINNING. Trump's persistent denigration of NATO is right - call them out. He's pushing for member nations to pay their fair share. Good. He points out their woeful gaps in competency. Good. And today it was announced that the UN has added Saudi Arabia to the Women's Rights Commission. Trump is right again - NATO's become a very expensive joke.

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    Anger over Saudi appointment to UN Women's Rights commission
    Critics call the decision 'shocking' and 'absurd'

    Saudi Arabia has been voted onto the UN women’s rights commission in a secret ballot - a move branded "shocking" and "absurd" by critics.

    At least five European Union states reportedly cast their ballots for the Middle Eastern kingdom, where women still do not have the right the right to drive and were only allowed to stand as candidates and vote in municipal elections first the first time, two years ago.

    It will now serve a four year term on the UN Commission on the Status of Women, which claims to be dedicated to the “promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women”.

    Rothna Begum, a women's rights researcher at Human Rights Watch told The Independent it was "shocking".

    "How can Saudi Arabia seek to promote women’s rights globally, when at home they continue to severely discriminate against women through the male guardianship system?" she said.

    The guardianship system means that women in Saudi Arabia remain permanent legal minors. Ms Begum said that as a result they are required to seek permission from a male guardian "to travel abroad, marry, or be released from prison, and may be required to provide guardian consent to work or get health care".

    She also pointed out that women cannot drive or apply for a driving licence in the conservative country. Earlier this month, the country got into hot water after images of the first girls’ council meeting emerged – with 13 men in attendance, but no women.

    Hillel Neuer, director of UN Watch, UN Watch a non-governmental organisation (NGO) whose stated mission is "to monitor the performance of the United Nations by the yardstick of its own Charter", also called appointment "absurd", while award-winning author and columnist Mona Eltahaway was equally appalled, and referred to the appointment as a “disgrace”.

    The Human Rights Foundation, a New York-based NGO, called the country a “dictatorship”.


    I guess they were given permission to protest....

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    Quote Originally Posted by deljzc View Post
    I guess they were given permission to protest....
    Or their husbands are busy killing infidels and banging goats.

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    At least one was allowed to have a cell phone. Must have an amazing selfie collection.

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    We have our database now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Burgundy View Post
    We have our database now.

    http://www.fakehatecrimes.org/
    Holy crap, 299 and counting. NICE find.
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    Jane Timken is on Fox News right now. I don't know her but her company, Timken, is one of my customers. She did well.

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    This will be a YUGE win!

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    Trump's Tax Plan to Include Large Increase in Personal Deductions

    President Donald Trump’s tax plan, which will be unveiled Wednesday, calls for a sizable increase to the standard deduction Americans can take when filing taxes, potentially allowing taxpayers to keep more of their income – to the tune of a couple thousand dollars, White House sources told Fox News.

    A piece of the proposed tax overhaul would nearly double the standard deductions that both individuals and families can claim on their returns, Fox News reported. Under the proposal, the tax cuts for individuals and married couples filing separately will increase from $6,300 to $12,600. The standard deduction for a married couple filing jointly will jump from $12,700 to approximately $24,000.

    White House sources also said the plan would eliminate the marriage penalty.

    In addition to raising deductions, the Trump administration is expected to slash tax rates for individuals and simplify the tax code, including a reduction in the number of brackets to either three or four.

    Trump’s previously proposed individual tax reform involved collapsing the current seven-tier bracket system into just three brackets; those who make less than $75,000 would pay 12%, Americans with earnings between $75,000-$225,000 would pay 25% and workers with incomes of more than $225,000 would pay 33%.

    The president has promised the impending overhaul will be “massive” and “sweeping.”
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    Trump Ends Obama’s African Ebola Amnesty

    In a refreshing move, the Trump administration is eliminating one of Barack Obama’s many outrageous amnesty initiatives, this one involving illegal immigrants from African countries affected by the Ebola virus a few years ago. The Ebola amnesty scandal got buried in the hoopla of the administration’s broad executive order protecting millions of illegal alien Mexicans and Central Americans, but it was just as alarming. Launched in 2014, the Ebola reprieve was issued separately—and quietly—via a Temporary Protected Status (TPS), a humanitarian program that’s supposed to be short-term.

    Under the plan, the administration designated Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone for TPS for 18 months. That’s how it always starts—for a short period of time then it grows into years. Before you know it, illegal aliens who benefit from TPS for humanitarian reasons are legal residents enjoying all the generous perks—free education, food stamps, medical care etc.—that Uncle Sam has to offer. For instance, “temporary” protection for Hondurans and Nicaraguans has been extended over and over again thanks to a hurricane (Mitch) that hit the Central American countries more than a decade and a half ago.

    Another recent example is the TPS the Obama administration gave to nearly 50,000 Haitians after the 2010 earthquake.

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/20...)&utm_content=

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike View Post
    Trump Ends Obama’s African Ebola Amnesty

    In a refreshing move, the Trump administration is eliminating one of Barack Obama’s many outrageous amnesty initiatives, this one involving illegal immigrants from African countries affected by the Ebola virus a few years ago. The Ebola amnesty scandal got buried in the hoopla of the administration’s broad executive order protecting millions of illegal alien Mexicans and Central Americans, but it was just as alarming. Launched in 2014, the Ebola reprieve was issued separately—and quietly—via a Temporary Protected Status (TPS), a humanitarian program that’s supposed to be short-term.

    Under the plan, the administration designated Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone for TPS for 18 months. That’s how it always starts—for a short period of time then it grows into years. Before you know it, illegal aliens who benefit from TPS for humanitarian reasons are legal residents enjoying all the generous perks—free education, food stamps, medical care etc.—that Uncle Sam has to offer. For instance, “temporary” protection for Hondurans and Nicaraguans has been extended over and over again thanks to a hurricane (Mitch) that hit the Central American countries more than a decade and a half ago.

    Another recent example is the TPS the Obama administration gave to nearly 50,000 Haitians after the 2010 earthquake.

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/20...)&utm_content=
    It was a secret and dirty way to push forward their never-ending goal of globalism. Fuck nationalism. We will water this country down to the point you can no longer discern America from Haiti or Siberia. Exactly what's been going on in Europe. Sadly, it's advancing and working.
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    Hide your gardeners!


    ICE arrests 76 criminals across the state of Florida

    MIAMI – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers arrested 76 criminal aliens last week in an enforcement action targeting individuals who pose a threat to public safety. ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers made the arrests across the state of Florida.

    Of those arrested by ICE during the enforcement action, which was conducted from April 18-21, 57 had criminal records that included felony convictions for serious or violent offenses, such as lewd & lascivious behavior, sexual battery, child sex crimes, sex offenses, aggravated assault with deadly weapon, weapons charges and drug violations. Additionally, 19 had less serious or violent violations to include; larceny, petty theft, trespass, driving under the influence, fraud, driving with no driver’s license.

    "ICE is committed to making our communities safer by removing threats to our public safety," said Marc J. Moore, Field Office Director for the Miami Field Office of ERO, which oversees all of Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. “Communities across Florida and Puerto Rico are safer today because of the hard work of our ERO officers.


    During the operation, ERO was supported by ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), U.S. Customs and Border Protection and other federal and local law enforcement agencies, including the Diplomatic Security Service.

    The arrests were made in the Florida counties of: Broward (16), Collier (2), Duval (4), Hillsborough (4), Martin (20), Miami Dade (16), Orange (11), and municipalities in Puerto Rico (3).

    https://search.usa.gov/search?query=...iliate=ice.gov

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