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Trump’s First 100 Days…Like the Godfather Baptism Scene ?

H/T Dandy at TCH.


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Don’t Worry, Be Happy :)

President Trump is doing okay, step away from MSM ūüėÄ


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If you’ve never heard of her, left or right, you’re missing a young voice who’s being suppressed right now from both the left and right of politics. ¬†Like Milo,¬†https://yiannopoulos.net/index.html#home

Choose your politics wisely, open your freaking mind, both GOP and Dem hate you. ūüėČ





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DC Budget Leaks and Wagging the Pepperoni

A   List of Republican Budget Cuts .  Notice S.S. and the military are NOT on this list .  
These are all the programs that the new Republican House has  proposed cutting.
  Read to the end.  
* Corporation for Public Broadcasting Subsidy — $445 million annual savings.
* Save America’s Treasures Program — $25 million annual savings.
* International Fund for Ireland– $17 million annual savings.
* Legal Services Corporation — $420 million annual savings.
* National Endowment for the Arts — $167.5 million annual savings.
* National Endowment for the Humanities — $167.5 million annual savings.
* Hope VI Program — $250 million annual savings.
* Amtrak Subsidies — $1.565 billion annual savings.
* Eliminate duplicating education programs — H.R. 2274 (in last Congress),
authored by Rep. McKeon , eliminates 68 at a savings of $1.3 billion annually.
* U..S. Trade Development Agency — $55 million annual savings.
* Woodrow Wilson Center Subsidy — $20 million annual savings.
* Cut in half funding for congressional printing and binding¬† ‚ÄĒ ¬†$47 million¬† annual savings.
* John C.Stennis Center Subsidy¬† ‚ÄĒ ¬†$430,000 annual¬† savings.
* Community Development Fund — $4.5 billion annual savings.
* Heritage Area Grants and Statutory Aid — $24 million annual savings.
* Cut Federal Travel Budget in Half — $7.5 billion annual savings
* Trim Federal Vehicle Budget by 20% — $600 million annual savings.
* Essential Air Service — $150 million annual savings.
* Technology Innovation Program — $70 million annual savings.
*Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) Program — $125 million annual savings..
* Department of Energy Grants to States for Weatherization¬† ‚ÄĒ ¬†$530 million¬† annual savings.
* Beach Replenishment — $95 million annual savings.
* New Starts Transit — $2 billion annual savings. ¬†
* ¬† Exchange Programs for Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and Their Historical Trading Partners in Massachusetts‚ÄĒ $9 million annual savings. ¬†
* Intercity and High Speed Rail Grants — $2.5 billion annual savings.
* Title X Family Planning — $318 million annual savings.
* Appalachian Regional Commission — $76 million annual savings.
* Economic Development Administration — $293 million annual savings.
* Programs under the National and Community Services Act¬† ‚ÄĒ ¬†$1.15 billion¬† annual savings.
* Applied Research at Department of Energy — $1.27 billion annual savings.
* Freedom CAR and Fuel Partnership — $200 million annual savings.
* Energy Star Program — $52 million annual savings.
* Economic Assistance to Egypt ‚ÄĒ $250¬† million annually .
* U.S.¬† Agency for International Development –¬†$1.39 billion annual savings.
* General Assistance to District of¬† Columbia ‚ÄĒ $210 million annual savings.
* Subsidy for Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority¬† ‚ÄĒ ¬†$150 million¬† annual savings.
* Presidential Campaign Fund ‚ÄĒ $775 million¬†savings over ten years ..
* No funding for federal office space acquisition ‚ÄĒ $864 million annual¬† savings.
* End prohibitions on competitive sourcing of  government services.
* Repeal the Davis-Bacon Act — More than $1 billion annually.
* IRS Direct Deposit: Require the IRS to deposit fees for some services it¬† offers (such as processing payment plans for taxpayers) to the Treasury,¬† instead of allowing it to remain as part of its budget¬† ‚ÄĒ ¬†$1.8 billion savings¬† over ten years.
* Require collection of unpaid taxes by federal¬†employees ‚ÄĒ $1 billion total savings.
* Prohibit taxpayer funded union activities by federal employees Р$1.2  billion savings over ten years.
* Sell excess federal properties the government does not make use of ‚ÄĒ $15¬† billion total savings.
* Eliminate death gratuity for Members of Congress.
* Eliminate Mohair Subsidies — $1 million annual savings.
* Eliminate taxpayer subsidies to the United¬† Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change¬† ‚ÄĒ ¬†$12.5 million annual¬† savings.
¬† * Eliminate Market Access Program ‚ÄĒ $200 million annual¬†savings. ¬†
* USDA Sugar Program — $14 million annual savings.
* Subsidy to Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) –¬† $93 million annual savings.
* Eliminate the National Organic Certification Cost-Share Program¬† ‚ÄĒ ¬†$56.2¬† million annual savings.
* Eliminate fund for Obamacare administrative¬† costs¬† ‚ÄĒ ¬†$900 million savings.
*¬† Eliminate ¬† Ready to Learn TV Program — $27 million savings.
*  Eliminate   HUD Ph.D. Program.
*  Eliminate   Deficit Reduction Check-Off Act.  
* TOTAL  SAVINGS: $2.5 Trillion over Ten Years

My question is, what is all this doing in the budget in the first place?


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I Bow to White House Dossier

Circa 2009, when I discovered Keith Koffler and his fabulous community…

Koffler’s been the only honest-to-gosh “journalist” following Obama since 2009.

Please follow Keith at White House Dossier

I have for years and he’s yummy, plus he includes the Daily President Schedule on his blog, yummier ūüôā ¬†So it’s a necessary drive-by media pit stop no matter what your politics are.

If you didn’t know Rep. Elijah Cummings and President Trump had a meeting today ¬†you’re getting fake news. ¬†Go Keith!


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¬†Now this will make sense. “It’s really is that simple” snowflakes !

by Paul Genova


I’m noticing that a lot of you
aren’t graciously accepting the fact
that your candidate lost.



In fact you seem to be posting even more hateful things
about those of us who voted for Trump.


Some of you are apparently traumatized
because you are posting how “sick” you feel
about the results.
How did this happen you ask?


You created “us” when you
attacked our freedom of speech.


You created “us” when you
attacked our right to bear arms.


You created “us” when you
attacked our Christian beliefs.


You created “us” when you
constantly referred to us as racists.
You created “us” when you
told us to get on board or get out of the way.
You created “us” when you
forced us to buy health care and then
financially penalized us for not participating.
You created “us” when you
lied and said we could keep our
insurance plans and our doctors.
You created “us” when you
allowed our jobs to continue
to leave our country.


You created “us” when you
attacked our flag.
You created “us” when you
took God out of our schools.


You created “us” when you
began to emasculate men.
You created “us” when you
decided to make our children soft.
You created “us”¬†when you
decided to rewrite school history books
and remove the truth about our founders


You created “us” when you
decided to vote for progressive ideals.
You created “us” when you
attacked our way of life.
You created “us” when you
decided to let our government get out of control.
“You” created “us”
the silent majority.
“You” created us when you
referred to us as the “Deplorables”.
You created “us” when you
began murdering innocent
law enforcement officers.


You created “us” when you
took a knee, or stayed seated  or
didn’t remove your hat during
our National Anthem.
And we became fed up and
we pushed back and spoke up.
And we did it with ballots,
not bullets.
With ballots,
not riots.
With ballots,
not looting.
With ballots,
not blocking traffic.
With ballots,
not fires,
except the one you started inside of “us”.
“YOU” created “US”
the nonviolent majority.


It really is that simple !!



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