Tag: Republicans

TAX CUTS: Is it a good thing?

TAX CUTS: Is it a good thing?

Economics-Business, Government, History, Legislature, Presidential, Trump News
As it stands the average American worker works six months of every calendar year to pay their taxes... this is not only irresponsible it is highway robbery considering what we get in return for our bucks... Looking at the Market today -- surpassing 22K - we can easily ascertain they are ignoring the DC scutterbut and continue to trade at a robust rate -- enough to make our market soar for the time being. Why? Because they like our gold-spinning Commander in Chief, regardless what the media and Democrats would like for you to believe! They know Trump and know him well. History, history and more history... The way many on the Hill are reacting to the Tax Reform proposal, one would wonder if it is a good thing but in fact, history shows us, it's always a good economy when Americans and b...
Should Congress Lose Their Healthcare Exemption?

Should Congress Lose Their Healthcare Exemption?

Congress, Corruption, Current Affairs, Democrats, Government, Republicans, Senate, White House News
There's always more than one way to skin a rat and this situation is no exception to that rule. Many people suffering under Obamacare have begun the tom-tom shouts to the President to issue an Executive Order that will eradicate the exempt status from the failing healthcare system many on the Hill enjoy. Should he?   If a new HealthCare Bill is not approved quickly, BAILOUTS for Insurance Companies and BAILOUTS for Members of Congress will end very soon! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 29, 2017 That's a good question and one well worth exploring. President Trump already stated through Twitter that the bailouts are off the table due to the Senate's inability to bring relief to millions of Americans who are victimized by their Obamacare. This is something that i
Constant Chaos: Fake News Media & Pundits have another Sky Falling Moment!

Constant Chaos: Fake News Media & Pundits have another Sky Falling Moment!

Current Affairs, Media, White House News
Let's face it, we all know from The Apprentice Shows and history, Donald Trump is not an easy boss. He works at a breakneck pace and doesn't take any hostages. He expects his staff to produce results and not make any veiled excuses when they fail. Fail too much in his view, then you're not the right man or woman for the job! But is this chaos? No. It's called being an efficient manager and knowing when it's time to cut bait. The press is making much to do about the changes last week within the White House staff. Sean Spicer and Reince Priebus are no longer with the staff and Anthony Scaramucci and General John Kelly have moved into their positions respectively. Now, the media is all about the 'chaos' along with political pundits like Karl Rove and Charles Krauthammer. They're all in a d
Just Remember: Collins, Mulkowski & McCain Are Exempt!

Just Remember: Collins, Mulkowski & McCain Are Exempt!

Congress, Corruption, Current Affairs, Democrats, Republicans, Senate
They've proven their incompetence and greed again and again -- aren't you ready for (and feel you deserve) a better deal than what we have in the Senate and Congress? It's something most Americans forget often when it comes to Obamacare. The Senate and Congress exempted themselves from the Universal Medicine gateway drug Obamacare. They aren't subject to the bad medicine involved and can afford any premium because many have gotten rich keeping this unconstitutional measure in place. Meaning, all that balderdash about repealing has been a lie to you, the American people! They voted for a repeal when they knew the sitting president wouldn't sign it. It was all a smoke and mirror show designed to lead you into voting for more of their RINO buddies! Why? For power. The Republicans, no di...
It Didn’t Happen Overnight…

It Didn’t Happen Overnight…

Corruption, Current Affairs, Government, Legal
It took three Attorney Generals who failed America to quash the respect and trust Americans had in the Department of Justice - hardly an overnight process. First we had Obama's Eric Holder, a man whose past was literally permeated in controversy - from the Columbia University violent takeover in the Seventies to his many questionable cases throughout his law career. Hardly a reputable man but got his job because who would dare buck a president where everything he did got a free pass because of his race. During Holder's time, he participated in various odious affairs like Fast and Furious, which proved to us, the DOJ was politicized and nothing more than a muscle strong arm of a derelict administration. Not the stuff integrity, honor or law-abiding situations are made of and hardly no...
Nine Republicans Proudly Voted to keep you Sick!

Nine Republicans Proudly Voted to keep you Sick!

Corruption, Current Affairs, Debates, Republicans, Senate
In a stunning vote today on the Senate Floor, nine senators sided with Democrat obstructionists to keep a full repeal from going through; meaning, your financial woes over the Obamacare Universal medicine push means nothing to Republicans and Democrats on the Hill. Isn't it nice how legislators have made the decision that no one deserves a break - except for those who exempted themselves; namely them! It seems wayward Republican Senators have decided repealing - after years of promising to do so - isn't a hot idea because they're afraid of election repercussions. Too bad, they don't seem to grasp we voted for a full repeal so their elections are in more peril by not lockstepping with the President and the American people. Their betrayal, once again, reminds us of the lobby-dri...
The Swamp: Washington’s Murky Pool of Corruption and Cronyism and How Trump Can Drain It

The Swamp: Washington’s Murky Pool of Corruption and Cronyism and How Trump Can Drain It

Book Reviews, Congress, Corruption, Democrats, Government, Republicans, Senate
The Swamp: Washington's Murky Pool of Corruption & Cronyism and How Trump Can Drain It By Eric Bolling Fox News Contributor and Host of The Specialist Former Host of FNC's The Five & Cashing In St. Martin's Press (2017) The Swamp is a great collection of Swamp thing stories spanning American History. In this collection of anecdotes from both contemporary and historic times, author Eric Bolling weaves a brilliant tale of how the Swamp came to be along with how it's gotten worse with each passing year since the Framers' days. An interesting read for many readers with different interests, it touches on the history of DC's corruption and how it came to be, starting with Jefferson and Adams. Bolling investigates the historical review and compares it to the contemporary
PASSED! H.R.1215 – Protecting Access to Care Act of 2017

PASSED! H.R.1215 – Protecting Access to Care Act of 2017

Congress, Documents, Government, Republicans
The H.R.1215 - Protecting Access to Care Act of 2017 just passed the House, which reduces the burdensome liability system within our health care delivery system. This measure goes towards judicial reforms for malpractice and settlement payments which will go a long way to reducing doctor's liability and insurance costs. What this means for citizens is a de-escalation of medical costs which have risen over the years due to big cash settlements. Let's hope the Senate follows suit in this measure!  The Actual Bill
HISTORY: Is One of Our Darkest Histories About to Repeat Itself?

HISTORY: Is One of Our Darkest Histories About to Repeat Itself?

Events, History, Issues
It always saddens historians when humankind repeats some of the darker annals of their history. As forever students of history, it is our job to look into matters from the past with more scrutiny, always in search of more evidence to what happened throughout decades. These slices of time often contain a bag of mix nuts - some good and some very, very bad. When I saw the news today, it didn't come as a shock as Civil Rights History is my area of expertise and scholarship. The Civil Rights Movement beginning in reality back in the 1920s, was a tough time for America in spite of the financial prosperity of Wall Street. Yes, the roaring Twenties were steep in the Gatsby mystery and over the top wealth; however, there was another side that most laymen seldom hear about in their histor...
Is all the Twitter Scuttlebutt just Subterfuge by the Media?

Is all the Twitter Scuttlebutt just Subterfuge by the Media?

Current Affairs, Media, President Trump
A lot of the media has been yammering on and on and on about President Trump's tweets. Its getting a bit ridiculous as the pick the man to death over every little thing he tweets, does and says. The negativity has reached epic levels and frankly, if they don't want people to turn them off entirely, they need to knock it off. This morning watching the AM news on Fox News and Fox Business, every interview with a representative from the House and Senate seem to begin with, "So do you think the President should stop tweet?" Flash: WHO CARES?  Answer: Nobody. The media is ticked because they're so used to be the self-appointed gatekeepers of all things news. Perhaps they should have thought about this when they were lying their tushes off during the last election and every second
Conscience of a Conservative

Conscience of a Conservative

Book Reviews
While it's not customary to review a 57-year-old book, in this case I made an exception because its contents were far more important and tandem to our current situation as it was in 1960. It is a visionary assessment of what it means to be a real conservative. As many of you know, Republican Senator Barry Goldwater ran for president in 1964 against incumbent, Lyndon Johnson. The Democrats and media, true to form, painted him as a war monger, poised to use the atom bomb. Due to the battle fatigue many held from two back-to-back World Wars, many turned away from the traditional viewpoints and sought to re-elect Johnson. It was in this campaign the infamous Ronald Reagan speech, A Time For Choosing, aired on television for Goldwater's campaign, which now receives much attention for its own