RIGGED ELECTIONS ARE AS AMERICAN AS APPLE PIE by Jeff Crouere Oct. 21, 2016

RIGGED ELECTIONS ARE AS AMERICAN AS APPLE PIE

In the final debate, GOP nominee Donald Trump won a decisive victory over his ethically challenged opponent, Hillary Clinton. Once again this result was achieved despite an unfair moderator, Chris Wallace of Fox News, who gave much more time to Hillary Clinton and frequently interrupted Donald Trump.

At least some uncomfortable issues were raised for Hillary Clinton such as her corrupt foundation and her email scandal, but there was still not an examination of the Benghazi terrorist attack or her questionable health.

While Wallace mentioned her comments in favor of “open borders,” he ignored many of the controversial remarks of her senior adviser John Podesta that were released by WikiLeaks in their voluminous email disclosures.

Overall, Trump scored some good points on issues such as immigration, her handling of the Middle East and ISIS and the disastrous trade deals. He missed some opportunities on reminding Americans about the economic disaster we are facing and Hillary’s desire to continue the Obama agenda. While he did mention Obamacare, he should have tied Hillary to an even more oppressive government run healthcare solution that she advocated as First Lady.

After the debate, the liberal mainstream media focused on Trump’s characterization of Hillary as a “nasty woman.” They claimed that it will hurt him with female voters, but everyone knows that Hillary is “nasty.” For evidence, one can examine the statements of those who worked for her in the Arkansas State Police, the Secret Service and the State Department. There have also been plenty of books written by former Clinton security officials testifying to her horrible treatment of people assigned to provide her protection.

The liberal media also latched on to Trump’s comment that he would not automatically accept an election result. This makes perfect sense, before an outcome can be accepted by a presidential candidate such as Trump, any reports of voting irregularities must be investigated. If there is voter fraud or illegal manipulation of the vote, the result should be challenged in court.

Trump is not advocating military action or civil unrest, but he wants to insure a fair result. We know that there are many irregularities in our voting system. According to a 2012 report by the Pew Research Center, “Approximately 24 million—one of every eight—voter registrations in the United States are no longer valid or are significantly inaccurate. More than 1.8 million deceased individuals are listed as voters. Approximately 2.75 million people have registrations in more than one state.”

Of course, this situation has only gotten worse since 2012 and any efforts to update the voter rolls are always opposed by Democrats. In addition, Republican attempts to mandate voter identification are routinely labeled as “racist” by Democrats who usually file lawsuits to thwart such measures.

On a more sinister level, the undercover videos released by James O’Keefe of Project Veritas show Democrat operatives boasting of promoting violence at Trump rallies and engaging in voter fraud. There have been examples of Black Panther voter intimidation in Philadelphia in 2008 and suspicious 2012 vote totals in Cleveland and other cities where Obama received 100% of the vote in selected precincts.

While law abiding Americans hope this election will be fair and honest, unfortunately, that has not always been the case. In the 1960 presidential election, Richard Nixon was almost certainly the victim of voter fraud in Texas and Illinois. Although he refused to challenge the results, it does not change the unpleasant reality that the election was probably stolen from him.

In the 2000 presidential election, Al Gore challenged the Florida results and the final outcome was not decided until 36 days after Election Day. Eventually, Gore accepted the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to overturn the Florida Supreme Court’s decision regarding an ongoing recount and in effect award George W. Bush the Florida electoral votes and the presidency.

Of course, the real “rigging” is being provided on daily basis by the mainstream news media, Hillary’s cheering section. In fact, according to Jesse Watters of Fox News, so-called “journalists” were cheering for Hillary in the press area outside of the last debate in Las Vegas.

This is no surprise as network news broadcasts have been ignoring the WikiLeaks disclosures, but giving heavy coverage to unproven allegations of unwanted sexual advances by Donald Trump. On Thursday October 13, the mainstream news broadcasts devoted 23 minutes to the salacious accusations against Trump and less than a minute to the incredibly important WikiLeaks stories, which contained offensive comments from top Clinton advisers about Catholics, evidence of Clinton campaign collusion with the media and much more.

For the coup de grace, the Center for Public Integrity produced an amazing report showcasing the media’s near monolithic support for the Clinton campaign. Their investigators examined all donations from journalists and broadcast media professionals in this election cycle. Of all contributions, it was discovered that an astounding 96% or $382,000 was given to Clinton and only 4% or $14,000 was donated to Trump.

To win, Trump must overcome the media, the Democrats, the Republican Party establishment and all of the special interests who protect the status quo. He must also triumph over a very flawed electoral system that can easily be manipulated by corrupt Democrat operatives who boast of their ability to circumvent the law.

Is Trump fighting a “rigged” system? Of course he is.

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Six Amendments that are on the Ballot This November

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TURN OUT THE LIGHTS, THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IS OVER by Jeff Crouere Oct. 14, 2016

TURN OUT THE LIGHTS, THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IS OVER

The 2016 election will be remembered as the year the Republican Party ceased to exist as a viable national political organization.

This is the year that an insurgent candidate, Donald Trump, captured the nomination despite the opposition of 16 establishment candidates, their operatives, party leaders, consultants, special interests, major donors and the majority of the “conservative” media.

For a while, there was partial unity as most of the defeated candidates and their supporters endorsed Trump, even Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Yet, after the revelation of a 2005 ‘hot mic” recording of Trump engaging in crude “locker room” sexual banter with Billy Bush, an entertainment reporter, many of these party leaders have abandoned their nominee.

Among this group are Arizona Senator and 2008 GOP presidential nominee John McCain and South Dakota Senator John Thune. In fact, last weekend, there was a stampede of Republicans in Congress, including Congressman Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania, calling on Trump to step aside.

In response, Trump delivered a strong debate performance and solidified his base support. Unfortunately, the momentum was purposely undercut on Monday by House Speaker Paul Ryan, who convened a conference call among house GOP leaders. In the call, Ryan announced he will not campaign for Trump any longer. In effect, he turned his back on the party’s nominee. He told his fellow congressional leaders that they were free to make whatever decision they wanted, but they were under no obligation to support Trump. Reportedly, some of the participants on the call were unhappy by Ryan’s decision. This is indicative to the attitude of many of the GOP grassroots, who have delivered strong support for Trump throughout this campaign.

Trump drew millions of people to the GOP primaries and collected more votes than any Republican presidential candidate in history. Eventually, he won 37 states and four times the number of delegates as his nearest competitor, Ted Cruz.

Since the nomination, he has drawn much bigger crowds than any other Republican presidential candidate since Ronald Reagan. He easily achieved the record number of small dollar donations, even though he started fundraising very late in the process.

Among the rank and file, Trump is very popular. The problem is that among the party elite, there is utter hatred for Trump. He has not been endorsed by 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney or by former Presidents George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush. Only 1996 GOP nominee Bob Dole has remained loyal to Trump, although his health does not permit him to campaign for him.

In contrast, the Democrats are a symbol of unity as President Obama, former Vice President Al Gore and even defeated presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders have endorsed and are campaigning for Hillary Clinton. None of these people like Hillary, but they are coming together to support their nominee. The Republicans only come together to support a moderate or establishment candidate, but a maverick conservative like Trump has seen almost no support from his party.

This entire debacle should be a clear indication to populists and conservatives that the Republican Party is no longer their home. If the party will not support Trump, the grassroots should no longer support the Republican Party.

This betrayal should not be forgotten by the people who work every day, pay taxes and make this country work. The Main Street Republicans are no longer represented by the Wall Street party brokers.

The sad thing is that the party establishment is more afraid of a Trump presidency than a Clinton presidency. In fact, they are quite comfortable with the idea of a Clinton presidency.

Paul Ryan and many of these critics say they are working to preserve the Republican majorities in Congress, but these efforts are worthless. As we have seen in the Obama years, a GOP majority in Congress cannot stop a President determined to pursue a liberal agenda.

Under Hillary Clinton as President, a GOP congressional majority will not be able to stop her. Contrary to the vision of our Founding Fathers, there are no longer three co-equal branches of government. The balance of power has shifted to the executive branch and the presidency, especially with a weak and inert Congress afraid to stand on principle.

President Hillary Clinton will be a disaster for our nation and the damage could be irreversible. Unfortunately, Republican leaders are more concerned about protecting their power, perks and relationships than stopping a menace that may destroy what is left of the greatest country on earth.

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Senator Ted Cruz warned of “New York Values.” from Col Dechert

Forwarded for information with my complete indorsement—I am not a Roman Catholic nor have I ever been one.

The US has been sinking beyond recovery for years. Even those who say they support the Constitution are in actuality only supporting an ideal recollection of what that Constitution was: the legal Constitution of the US has not been the governing instrument of administering justice or the operations of the US Government for decades.

Kennedy was and the Clintons are just as gross as I have always declared Trump to be (maybe worse: Clinton favored group sex with young women around the White House swimming pool. The entire truth of Obama remains for eventual unveiling. Yet in each of the election campaigns of these paragons of filth US Catholics and Jews voted 66% or higher supporting each one. Secular Protestants voted in the same % and higher.

Bill Clinton was an unindicted felon (draft evasion) and serial sexual predator when he was elected Governor in Arkansas and later twice elected President of the US. His wife is currently an unindicted felon (and worse) destined to be President of the US. The great majorities enjoyed by Kennedy, B Clinton, and Obama are right now supporting Mrs. Clinton and will continue to do so even though the truth has been widely disclosed.

The biggest religious development in the current secular political battle, so far as I am concerned, has been the moral surrender of the US “Evangelical” community to Trump, led by Liberty University, with unofficial declarations that “Trump is Christian enough.” With this blasphemy the Evangelicals ceased to exist and joined the secular Protestants, unleashing the filth of Trump on the culture, reputation and world perception of the USA.

Small wonder that Russia, et al, and proceeding to launch and win WWIII. The US is now residency of moral putridity.

A closing illustration: as any homeowner knows you keep on and on flushing a toilet enough it will clog up and you are left with excrement floating to the top. We are now being asked to vote one or the other of these two surface wads flushed up by our culture–and the Republican National Committee is complicit in foisting this moral Armageddon and should be sued by the State organizations.

Senator Ted Cruz warned of “New York Values.” Trump and Clintons continue to demonstrate the truth of Senator Cruz’s unheeded and broadly condemned warning.

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MR. TRUMP: IT’S THE ECONOMY STUPID by Jeff Crouere Oct. 7, 2016

MR. TRUMP: IT’S THE ECONOMY STUPID

Back in 1992, political consultant James Carville coined the phrase “the economy, stupid” as one of the three top campaign messages for the presidential campaign of Bill Clinton. While it was initially designed for only the Clinton staff, it eventually became the overall message of the campaign and the main rationale why the incumbent President George H. W. Bush should be defeated. Of course, it worked and Bill Clinton was elected President over an incumbent who enjoyed a 90% approval rating the year before the election.

Twenty-four years later, we are on the threshold of another presidential election in which voters are concerned about the economy. In the last two presidential debates, there will be liberal moderators and an audience surely stacked with Democrat operatives. Regardless of the actual biased questions, GOP nominee Donald Trump should continually steer the conversation back to the economy, his strongest issue and the most important concern for American voters.

Our economic problems were highlighted in the September labor report which showed only 156,000 new jobs were created. This level of job creation was below expectations and led to an increase in the unemployment rate to 5%, in reality, a fictitious rate that does not account for the Americans who are working several part time jobs and those workers who can’t find employment that matches their skill set. The broader unemployment rate of 9.7% is a more accurate reflection of a country which also has 94.2 million Americans who are outside of the labor force.

Other economic factors are a concern as consumer spending was flat last month and businesses delayed investments in new equipment and machinery. In this uncertain economic environment, it is still believed that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in December after keeping them artificially low for nine years.

This false economy of low rates and the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing policies have kept Wall Street happy, but has done very little for Main Street. The United States is a country with stagnant wages and a dearth of quality high paying jobs that allow Americans to support their families. It is a major reason why only 62.9% of Americans own homes, a 51 year low. The home ownership rate has been plunging ever since Barack Obama became President. Since the financial crisis of 2008, credit is much harder to obtain and housing prices are increasing much faster than incomes. Even low mortgage rates have not succeeded in turning around the downward trend in home ownership. Buying a home used to be a major part of achieving the American dream, but, today, it is an unattainable fantasy for millions of people struggling in this economy.

To deal with the nation’s economy, Hillary Clinton vows to continue the policies of Barack Obama. In fact, she is pledging to be even more progressive than Obama. She promises to raise more taxes and expand government even more, with free college tuition and expanded Obamacare. In contrast, Trump promises to cut taxes, restructure “bad” trade deals, end Obamacare, and expand domestic oil exploration. Unlike Clinton, Trump vows to protect coal industry jobs, and fight foreign competitors to return more manufacturing jobs to the country.

Even the most optimistic analysts agree this is a lackluster economy. For example, the last report on economic growth indicated the nation’s economy grew at an anemic rate of only 1.2% in the second quarter of 2016. This was approximately half the level of growth expected by most economists. The report is especially troubling since the economy only grew by .8% in the first quarter and .9% in the last quarter of 2015. An economy in full recovery should be growing at 3% or more, so the American economy is sputtering at best with our current recovery being the nation’s weakest since 1949.

While some Americans are finding jobs, many others are getting left behind in the Obama economy. Today, there are approximately 47 million Americans in poverty, including an astounding 45 million people receiving food stamps.

With such economic woes, will Americans want to stay the course and elect Hillary Clinton or vote for change and support Donald Trump? In a recent Rasmussen poll, 64% of Americans believe the nation is on the “wrong track,” but Hillary Clinton still maintains a 4% lead over Donald Trump, according to the Real Clear Politics national poll average. It is the controversies, comments and style of Donald Trump that has overshadowed real concerns about the economy and Hillary Clinton’s various scandals.

To redirect Americans to the important issues, it is essential that Trump use the opportunity of the second debate to highlight the real plight of average Americans, not the Wall Street tycoons who contribute to Hillary’s campaign.

If voters begin to appreciate the actual state of the economy today, they may reject Hillary Clinton and a continuation of the Obama policies and vote for Trump. However, a majority of voters will only support him if they feel comfortable about his temperament, judgment, leadership abilities and policies.

In the final two debates, he has a superb opportunity to make his case as a change agent, a job creator and an advocate of economic policies that will restore the American dream. He must forgo the trivia and avoid the traps set by Hillary and the moderators and focus on the essentials, the issues like the economy that really matter to the American people.

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THE COMMISSION ON PREJUDICED DEBATES STRIKES AGAIN by Jeff Crouere Sept. 30, 2016

THE COMMISSION ON PREJUDICED DEBATES STRIKES AGAIN

It was no surprise that the Commission on Presidential Debates which has a board of directors filled with liberal Democrats and establishment Republicans would pick liberal moderators for the presidential debates this year. They do it every four years in an attempt to help the Democrat presidential candidate. For some inexplicable reason, Republican presidential nominees agree to this biased treatment.

Four years ago, moderator Candy Crowley of CNN impacted the vital second debate and refuted Mitt Romney’s statements about Obama’s response to the Benghazi terror attack. She later admitted she was wrong, but the damage was done and Obama was boosted. In fact, all of the 2012 debate moderators were card carrying liberals.

In this election cycle, the debate moderators are all card carrying liberals, except for Chris Wallace of Fox News, who is a fair minded Democrat. As expected, the liberal moderator of Monday night’s debate, Lester Holt of NBC News, performed superbly for Hillary Clinton.

In fact, he did everything possible to assist Hillary Clinton. For example, he interrupted Donald Trump 41 times, but interrupted Clinton a mere seven times. He also allowed Clinton to filibuster continually on issues without directly answering questions.

Incredibly, Holt did not inquire about Hillary’s bungling of the Benghazi terror attack and her lies in the aftermath. Holt also neglected to delve into the Clinton Foundation scandal or Hillary’s obvious health problems. Clinton’s email scandal was only mentioned in passing by Donald Trump and Holt gave it only a few seconds of coverage, as an aside.

While completely giving Clinton a pass on her many controversies, he asked Trump almost every tough question he could possibly include in the debate. He pressed him on his failure to release his tax returns, his supposed mistreatment of women, and the controversy over the release of President Obama’s birth certificate.

Although he grilled Trump, Holt failed to address vitally important questions that impact millions of Americans. Nothing was asked about the Affordable Care Act, or the critical questions of illegal immigration and border security. He did not ask the candidates how they will restore a military that has been decimated during the Obama years. Not surprisingly, he interrogated Trump about his claim to be opposed to the war, but did not ask Clinton if she regretted supporting the war in Iraq.

Interestingly, Neil Cavuto of Fox News backed up Trump’s claim to be opposed to the war in Iraq. After the conclusion of the debate, he aired a clip of their interview in January of 2003, before the war started. In that interview, Trump expressed great reservations about the war and said there should be more focus on the economy.

During the debate, Holt talked about homegrown terror, but did not question Clinton about her failure in stopping the advance of ISIS. Instead, Holt addressed a multitude of liberal talking points. He asked about “income inequality,” and why Trump wants to give the wealthy tax cuts.

As expected, Holt mentioned race relations and the racial overtones of “stop and frisk,” a policy that Trump supports. However, he mistakenly claimed that “stop and frisk” was unconstitutional. Holt also focused on police relations with the black community and the assertions there are too many biased officers who engage in racial profiling.

The only liberal talking point that Holt failed to mention was climate change and Trump brought that up to ridicule Clinton’s statement that it is the greatest threat facing the world.

As an objective moderator and journalist Holt failed even more miserably than Candy Crowley did in 2012. Nonetheless, he delivered a magnificent audition for the position of Press Secretary should Clinton win the White House.

For those still skeptical of bias, on Friday, the Commission on Presidential Debates made an incredibly convincing admission. In a one sentence statement, the supposedly objective group acknowledged that “there were issues regarding Donald Trump’s audio that affected the sound level in the debate hall.”

This week, Trump complained about his microphone, but it was dismissed as sour grapes from the debate loser. Now, his comments should not be so easily disregarded. He said, “my mic was defective within the room…I wonder, was that on purpose?”

Yes, Donald, as with the selection of moderators, it was on purpose! At this point, he must say only one more thing to this prejudiced commission. In fact, he should give his signature response which made him a household name in America, “you’re fired.”

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HILLARY SHOULD BE 50 POINTS BEHIND by Jeff Crouere Sept. 23, 2016

HILLARY SHOULD BE 50 POINTS BEHIND

In a bizarre video message this week to the Laborers International Union of North America, Hillary Clinton asked, “Why aren’t I 50 points ahead?”

She seemed concerned that her opponent, Donald Trump, had closed the gap in the polls. Clinton claimed that Trump was staunchly opposed to labor unions, but she had a long history of support.

She also noted her strong opposition to Right to Work laws. According to Clinton, “Right to Work is wrong for workers and wrong for America.”

In fact, Right to Work is only wrong for labor bosses and liberal Democrats like Hillary Clinton who depend on their donations. Right to Work laws have now been enacted in 26 states. In essence, these laws give workers the choice of whether to join a labor union or not with the decision having no impact on their employment status or their opportunity to be hired.

Right to Work laws give employees more freedom and limits the power of the union bosses, which is what upsets Hillary Clinton and her fellow liberals so much. According to Peter Marx, President of the National Right to Work Committee, Hillary Clinton “believes workers should be fired from their jobs if they don’t tender union fees or dues to a labor boss.”

Americans cherish freedom and certainly oppose Hillary’s view that options and choice for workers should be limited. In an August 2014 Gallup poll, 71% of Americans expressed support for Right to Work laws. This is just one of many issues in which Hillary Clinton is out of step with the American people.

On the issue of Obamacare, Hillary is a hard core supporter and favors all of its components, including the individual mandate. However, an April 2016 Harris poll found that 64% of Americans want to repeal the individual mandate, which forces Americans to either buy health insurance or pay higher taxes to the IRS. In this case, Hillary wants to force Americans to buy health insurance like she wants to force workers to join a union.

Hillary has many other unpopular views, especially on the issue of immigration. She is a strong proponent of amnesty for illegal aliens, even though her position is only supported by 41% of the American people, according to an August 31, 2016 Rasmussen poll.

In contrast, Trump favors strict border security and limiting the number of refugees from countries that are involved in terrorist activity, a stance which has the support of 59% of the American people, as reported in the Rasmussen poll of August 19, 2016. Incredibly, Hillary Clinton favors increasing the number of Syrian refugees by 550%, despite the fact that there is no reliable way to check their backgrounds and insure they have no terrorist connections.

In recent days, the major issue has been the riots in Charlotte, North Carolina. Both candidates are responding to the crisis. While Clinton tries to balance support for police and groups such as Black Lives Matter, Trump has been more forceful in this support of law enforcement. This week, he advocated the use of “stop and frisk” policies, which were so effective in New York City for Mayor Rudy Giuliani, for Chicago, a city which has seen a tremendous increase in crime.

At this point, most Americans want “law and order” and support police officers. Even though the group has received plenty of positive media coverage, Black Lives Matter only has the support of 43% of Americans, according to the Pew Research poll of July 8, 2016.

On her response to these protests, along with so many of the other major issues, Hillary Clinton is on the opposite side of most Americans. Her unpopular positions aside, Hillary Clinton has a number of other obstacles on her path to the White House.

After the release of more disturbing videos, a growing number of Americans are becoming rightfully concerned about her health and readiness for the White House. In the September 13, 2016 Morning Consult poll, 41% rate her health as below average or very poor, a major increase from the 26% who gave her such a rating the previous month.

There are also legitimate questions about her competence and truthfulness. In the Benghazi terrorist attack, Clinton lied to cover up the tragedy after totally mishandling the Ambassador’s repeated requests for additional security.

She clearly jeopardized our national security by using a private email system and sending classified communications over unsecured systems. The FBI Director called her “extremely careless,” while many others have labeled her actions as criminal.

Over her long career, Hillary Clinton’s actions and attitude convey an arrogant disregard for the average American and an undeserved confidence in her own positions. This is why she recently called half of Trump’s supporters “a basket of deplorables.”

She does not understand why so many Americans have the audacity to disagree with her. Hillary Clinton truly believes she should be “50 points ahead” and that this should not an election, but a coronation.

With her unpopular positions and repulsive mindset, the real question is why isn’t Hillary Clinton 50 points behind in this election?

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Sylvia Thompson on Obama’s Legacy

Sylvia Thompson is a black conservative writer whose aim is to counter the liberal spin on issues pertaining to race and culture.
This email is a real eye-opener and very worthy of your time to read it….you will NEVER think of Obama the same again, I assure
you…..Will you PLEASE pass this on….

Sylvia Thompson on Obama’s “legacy”…

THIS IS WHAT SHE HAS TO SAY:

To the many gullible souls out there who truly think that Barack Obama is “legacy building” in his all-out assault on America, I implore you to bow out of the conversation because you are not seeing clearly.

The term legacy carries positive connotations of something bequeath that is to the receiver’s benefit. Everything that Barack Obama does is calculated to destroy America, which he despises. This man no more cares about legacy than he fears being properly prosecuted by the white political leaders whose responsibility it is to remove him from office.

I focus on white leaders, because whites are still in the majority and they fill the majority of political offices. If the majority of political operatives were of some other ethnicity, I would lodge my complaint against that group. Ethnicity is an issue only because Obama is half-black and he uses that fact to intimidate guilt-conflicted white people. Otherwise, he would have been impeached and likely in prison for treason by now.

Barack Obama’s sole aim has been, since he first entered politics and continues as he winds down this presidency, the complete destruction
of America as it was founded.

It is an insult to the intelligence of all Americans who must listen to elitist pundits on FOX NEWS and elsewhere, and political drones in either party endeavor to make Obama’s behavior fit a pattern of normalcy. Attributing his destructive policies to “legacy building” is either self-delusion on the part of the people who make that claim or cowardliness.

This is my take.

Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran has nothing to do with legacy but rather to enable a Muslim nation to wage nuclear war with America and Israel the two nations that he most despises. Does anyone wonder why Russians praise Vladimir Putin despite what the rest of the world might think of him? Putin cares about his country, that’s why.

Obama despises the American military because traditionally it has been a mainstay of America’s strength, and our strength infuriates him.

He could not care less about a legacy of making the forces more diverse. Besides, President Truman diversified the military as much as it should be when he integrated it. Obama’s objective is its destruction.

Obama reopened relations with Cuba because Cuba is Communist. Legacy is not his concern here either, but rather to scuttle America’s attempts to keep Communist influence out of the Americas. That Cuba has major issues with human rights does not matter. Like his Marxist African father before him, he despises the West and all that it represents.

Obama lawlessly declares open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens, because he wants to overrun America with third-world people who bring little more than dependency with them. This tactic not only does not ensure a legacy, but rather it guarantees the eventual conversion of America itself into third-world status, if it is allowed to continue.

Bill Clinton started the travesty of increasing the numbers of third-world immigrants at the expense of culturally more suited immigrants from
European and European-influenced nations, but Obama has taken the trend to lawless, destructive extremes. He is fully aware that many of
these invaders have no intention of assimilating.

It is only the outcry of a majority of Americans that holds back this hateful invasion scheme, and Donald Trump’s entry onto the political scene to
oppose that scheme is a saving grace for our nation.

These are but a few instances of behavior that display the loathsome character of Barack Hussein Obama. And he is allowed to roam freely through the American landscape poisoning and polluting as he goes, sure in the realization that no one will stop him because he is “black.”

The day that we no longer have to hear the prattle about his “legacy building” will not be soon enough for me.

Many, many Americans are thoroughly fed up with Barack Obama and the spineless crop of political leaders who ignore his criminality. It is yet
unknown whether Republicans will ever garner the backbone to become a true opposition party and hold him accountable. Promising signs are
the House conservatives’ getting rid of establishment types John Boehner and Kevin McCarthy as House Speaker and Speaker hopeful,
respectively, and Donald Trump’s entry into the 2016 presidential race with enough money and testicular fortitude to tell the Establishment
and the Left where to shove it.

Should these positive trends not continue and the 2016 election cycle yield no movement to counter all the harm that Barack Obama has done to this nation, I think there will be massive disruption. Those folks in the National Rifle Association ads currently running on television seem very serious to me, and that is a good thing.

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THE REAL 2016 ELECTION: TRUMP VS. THE MEDIA by Jeff Crouere Sept. 16, 2016

THE REAL 2016 ELECTION: TRUMP VS. THE MEDIA

At this point in the race, as his poll numbers are surging and Hillary Clinton is dealing with the negative fallout over her health scare and continual lying; only the media can stop Donald Trump from being elected the next President of the United States.

The media will have multiple opportunities in upcoming debates, featuring mostly liberal moderators. In fact, in an interview this week with the Washington Post, Trump questioned the impartiality of CNN’s Anderson Cooper. According to Trump, Anderson is “very biased, very biased. I don’t think he should be a moderator.” Trump also said that Cooper cannot “be fair” and that “CNN is the Clinton News Network.”

CNN is just like the other networks, tilted to the political left. Only Fox News has true ideological balance.

Thus, it is no surprise that Americans have a very dim view of the news media. According to a new Gallup survey, only 32% of Americans have a fair or great deal of faith in the news media to “report the news fully, accurately and fairly.” Among Republicans, it is even worse with only 14% expressing a belief that the media is fair. These are the lowest media ratings in the 44 year history of the Gallup survey, dropping eight points in just one year. In the view of Gallup, these dismal results are “a stunning development for an institution designed to inform the public.”

The problem is that the media does not inform; they mostly try to persuade. For example, Republicans have certainly noticed how horribly the media treats Donald Trump and they obviously do not like what they see. Among Democrats, there is much more support for the news media with 51% expressing faith in their work. Democrats obviously appreciate how the media has covered for Hillary Clinton on so many issues.

In the last week, a video showing Hillary collapsing and being dragged into her van forced the mainstream news media to reluctantly cover Hillary’s health problems. Previously, it was viewed as a major conspiracy theory pursued by suspicious websites and crazy Republicans. The media prefers to focus on Trump controversies and found a new one this week, the President’s birth certificate, to drag back into the spotlight.

In an interview with the Washington Post, Trump was questioned about whether he accepts that Obama was born in Hawaii. Of course, with so many important issues facing the nation, it is amazing that Trump would be asked about an old controversy. It was another media trap set to destroy Donald Trump.

After first refusing to acknowledge the authenticity of the birth certificate, Trump later said that he accepts that Obama was born in the United States. Today, at a media event at his new Washington D.C. hotel, Trump said that “President Barack Obama was born in the United States, period.”

Today, Trump handled the event masterfully by first introducing military heroes who endorsed his candidacy. He only addressed the birth certificate at the very end of the event, but only after getting the media to cover his powerful endorsements. This is exactly what happened during his highly anticipated immigration speech in Arizona. He used it as an opportunity to show endorsements from “Angel Moms,” parents who suffered the loss of a child due to the criminal actions of an illegal alien.

For the next few days, the media and their favored candidate will try to trumpet the birth certificate issue as another way of calling Trump a racist. Hillary Clinton said that the debate shows “bigotry and bias” and that Trump owes the President “an apology.” These attacks are only the beginning as Hillary and the media will join forces in an attempt to sidetrack Trump’s momentum in the polls.

The good news is that the public is wise to the media’s game. The Gallup poll results show that the American people understand what side the media is on and will discount much of what is reported. Luckily, the mainstream media cannot influence the American public like it once did. There are too many alternative news sources today and, clearly, the American people are too smart to fall for the media’s tricks once again.

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GOODBYE GARY, GOODBYE MITT by Jeff Crouere

GOODBYE GARY, GOODBYE MITT

Just one day after jealous 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney recommended that Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party presidential nominee, be included in the debates, the idea has been exposed as patently ridiculous.

On Thursday’s edition of the MSNBC program “Morning Joe” Johnson was asked “what about Aleppo?” Incredibly, the candidate who is auditioning to be Commander-in-Chief of the United States of America, responded, “and what is Aleppo?” His ignorance of the city in the center of the Syrian civil war, the greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II, is a disqualifier for Johnson’s quixotic presidential campaign.

It is inexcusable to be uninformed about a city that has endured four years of constant bombardment and incalculable human suffering. Once Aleppo was a bustling city with two million residents, but, today, its population has declined to fewer than 200,000 survivors.

Aleppo has been completely devastated by the war that has pitted a dictatorship allied with Russia fighting against a variety of rebel forces, some working with the U.S. Both sides in the conflict are also battling the growing plague of the terrorist group ISIS.

Knowledge of Aleppo is part of any candidate’s “Foreign Policy 101” introductory course to world affairs. It is a city that is important because it has been so adversely impacted by the two powerful forces that are growing in influence in the Middle East, namely ISIS and Russia.

Even though he ran for President and failed miserably in 2012 as the Libertarian Party nominee, Johnson is still clearly not ready for prime time. Obviously, he has not focused on foreign policy, world affairs and national security issues. His emphasis has been on social issues such as the legalization of marijuana and reducing the nation’s prison population. Johnson also supports open borders, believes in abortion rights, and is a staunch advocate of gay marriage. Overall, Johnson is pretty closely aligned with the Democrat Party on many issues. In fact, he even supports President Obama’s controversial and unconstitutional executive orders granting amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants.

Even though Johnson agrees with Hillary Clinton and other Democrats on many social issues, most liberals upset with their nominee will vote for Jill Stein, the Green Party presidential nominee. For Republicans not content with Donald Trump, Gary Johnson should not be an option. Unfortunately, due to his fiscal conservatism, Johnson is appealing to some Republicans who want to drastically reduce the size of government.

If given enough exposure, he has the potential to take more support away from Trump than Hillary Clinton. If Johnson is given an even bigger platform, such as a televised presidential debate, he could peel enough votes away from Trump to hand the election to Hillary Clinton.

Thus, it was very revealing that Romney, an establishment moderate Republican, pushed for Johnson to be included in the debates. It shows that Romney only has one interest, stopping Donald Trump from becoming the next President of the United States.

All Republicans should be working non-stop to defeat Clinton, but Romney is obviously doing just the opposite. He is putting his petty interests and jealousies above his party and his country. Romney is clearly still resentful about Trump’s success and smarting about his failure to stop his nomination.

In return, Trump has ridiculed Romney as a loser and blasted the former GOP nominee for his inept 2012 campaign. As a two-time presidential candidate, Romney had his chances to win the White House and was rejected by the American people. He can’t get over his losses and wants to prevent Trump from being elected and moving the Republican Party and the country in a different and more conservative direction.

At this point, Americans have been subjected to enough nonsense from both Romney and Johnson. Both of them are failed presidential candidates who need to just shut up and go home.

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