Love him or hate him, Donald Trump has brought up another serious problem that is taking our country down, one that is pressing but has been ignored by the political ruling class: birthright citizenship.
Many of Trump’s opponents in the race for the GOP presidential nomination have tried to sidestep the issue. Instead of viewing it as a political minefield, they should simply address it head-on.
Forget political correctness! The term “anchor baby” is descriptive of hundreds of thousands of children who are born to mothers who come here, legally and illegally, for the soul purpose of having a child in the United States which will give them an “anchor” into this country. It allows those with means to bypass the normal, lengthly immigration process and allows those without means, the ability to stay here indefinitely and tap into our generous welfare benefits, even those who have broken in to our country illegally. The more babies, the more taxpayer dollars that flow to these families.
This not only is unfair to the millions of immigrants who have stood in line and played by the rules, it is especially unfair to U.S. taxpayers. Read the rest of this entry »
The American people are still smarting over the federal bailout of financial institutions that were largely responsible for the 2007 financial crisis, simply because they were deemed to be “too big to fail.”
Now, just eight years later, there is a new crisis at the very center of our government where the guilty party could skate by with a simple slap on the wrist simply because she may be deemed “too big to jail.”
We now know that Hillary Clinton lied, or more charitably, misspoke, when she told us empathetically that she did not send or receive any classified information on her personal email server which was kept at her home in Chappaqua, New York, while serving as secretary of state. This is incredulous since we also know that she used this private server exclusively instead of the secure server at the State Department during her time there. Read the rest of this entry »
(2008 Clinton Campaign ad)
It’s 3 A.M., and your children are safe and asleep but there’s a phone and it’s ringing in the White House . . .
(Implication: Whom do you want to answer?)
In 2017, if Hillary Clinton is in the White House, she will pick up the phone when it’s from Donald Trump. She will owe him, big time, and she likely will do whatever he asks.
If Donald Trump runs as a third party candidate, the man who brags about owning politicians will own this president of the United States because he will have put her there. If he plays his cards right, he could become the richest man in the world at our expense. Currently on the Forbes 500, Trump is 405th. Read the rest of this entry »
On Friday, Ted Cruz created quite a stir went he broke protocol on the Senate floor and accused Mitch McConnell of lying.
If that is true, and it appears it is, we now know that the majority leader has a lot of company. I will offer proof that all of the Democrats and about half of the Republicans are guilty of the same thing.
Have your senators talked about how they want to rein in corporate welfare and cut out all unnecessary spending? Of course they have! A procedural vote to allow the highway bill to move forward with an amendment that would reauthorize a little-known government agency, the Export-Import Bank, proves it. http://www.senate.gov/legislative/LIS/roll_call_lists/roll_call_vote_cfm.cfm?congress=114&session=1&vote=00254
It also proves that there are far more Democrats infected with corporate greed than Republicans, but unfortunately the GOP Senate leader is among them. McConnell made a big show of voting against allowing the amendment to advance. However, he is the one who orchestrated the vote. His corporate donors got the message. It’s hypocritical!
If you don’t know if your senators should be retained or not, this vote should make it abundantly clear. McConnell, and every senator who voted “yea” is cheating on us. They are robbing taxpayers to pay off their corporate cronies.
If you are not familiar with the Ex-Im Bank, you should be. It’s Exhibit Number One when it comes to government waste. Read the rest of this entry »
Okay, “The Donald” put his foot in his mouth again over the weekend at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa. No one who has been watching him for very long was surprised. When Trump attacked John McCain and said “He was a war hero because he was captured.” He then added insult to injury by saying, “Personally, I like people who weren’t captured.” The words were barely out of his mouth before he corrected himself, but it was too late. The sound bite was out there. His critics pounced.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Donald Trump has not demonstrated that he has the temperament to be president. When you put a man or woman in the Oval Office who has the black box with the codes to set off a nuclear weapon within arm’s reach, you want someone who has learned to control his or her emotions. Read the rest of this entry »