Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Corey Booker Gets Emotional Grilling Kirstjen Nielson On President Trump's Comments 1/16/18

Joe Scarborough questions White House doctor report on Trump's weight


Health insurer Aetna has agreed to pay $17 million to settle claims that it breached the privacy of thousands of customers who take HIV medications.


Frederica Wilson won’t attend Trump’s State of the Union: ‘It would be an embarrassment to be seen with him’


Could China’s yuan replace the dollar as a reserve currency?


Jon Corzine On MF Global Collapse ” I could go into a lot of detail. It’s not a not a pleasant issue. It’s fundamentally an issue of how you we’re secure or didn’t clear securities.”

Value Walk

In the black community, a division over charter schools

Soros-Steyer-Gates Funded Center For American Progress Promotes Their Radical Agenda By Threatning Taking to The Streets

Soros-Gates-Steyer funded Center For American Progress shows how radical they really are... Socialism isn't a movement of the downtrodden.

Nine federal refugee contractors (you pay them a billion a year to care for #refugees) organizing a week of anti @POTUS rallies called #NoMuslimBanEver.


The Southern Poverty Law Center claims it protects us from "hate groups". But it's a scam... a money grabbing slander machine


Norway has now gotten a new government and they are introducing new tougher migration policies. Migrants have to live in Norway for 8 years before they get citizenship. They will also DNA test migrants to cut down on chain migration. And they are introducing bans on hijab.


Ann Curry: Sexual harassment was ‘pervasive’ at NBC News

The New York Post

California bullet train cost surges by $2.8 billion: 'Worst-case scenario has happened'

The L.A. Times reports:
The estimated cost of building 119 miles of bullet train track in the Central Valley has jumped to $10.6 billion, an increase of $2.8 billion from the current budget and up from about $6 billion originally.

The new calculation takes into account a number of intractable problems encountered by the state rail agency. It raises profoundly difficult questions about how the state will complete what is considered the nation’s largest infrastructure project with the existing funding sources.

The new estimate was presented Tuesday by Roy Hill, who leads the main consulting firm on the project, WSP (formerly Parson Brinckerhoff). Hill said the cost increases were mainly driven by problems including higher costs for land acquisition, issues in relocating utility systems, the need for safety barriers where the bullet trains would operate near freight lines and demands by stakeholders for the mitigation of myriad issues.

“The worst-case scenario has happened,” Hill bluntly told the rail authority’s board at its regular monthly meeting.
What a scam... everyone knew this would happen...

The Federalist Papers and the Debate on the Constitution: History, Quotes, Summary

How 'normal' is YOUR sex drive? Fascinating test reveals just how high (or low) your libido is – and how it's affecting your life

The Daily Mail

James O'Keefe on Hannity - January 15, 2018

Haitian Americans March Across Bridge To Mar-A-Lago In Protest Of Trump’s Alleged ‘Shithole’ Remarks


Why are so many nurses quitting the NHS in England? - BBC News -


2020 Dems pose a big dilemma for Schumer

The Hill

UC-Berkeley sued for failing to intervene in violent riots


Cory Booker's Treatment of Women.....

Is Dating at Work Out of the Question?

Kentucky Gov. Bevin has issued an executive order saying that if any part of his Medicaid work requirement is struck down in court, he’ll terminate the state’s Obamacare Medicaid expansion, which insures nearly 500,000 people


‘Might as Well Roll It Straight Into the Trash Can’: Tom Cotton Shoots Down Expansive ‘Gang of Six’ DACA Amnesty

Big Government

Trump’s revenge on California: The Census. Democrats fear that a proposed question on citizenship might cost the state a seat in Congress.

Politico reports:
Fear is rising among Democrats over the prospect that President Donald Trump’s hard line on immigration might ultimately cost California a seat in Congress during the upcoming round of reapportionment.

Top Democrats here are increasingly worried the administration’s restrictive policies — and the potential inclusion of a question about citizenship on the next U.S. census — could scare whole swaths of California’s large immigrant population away from participating in the decennial count, resulting in an undercount that could cost the state billions of dollars in federal funding over the next decade and, perhaps, the loss of one of its 53 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives.

The fears are well-founded: According to the population formula used by Congress to distribute House seats every 10 years, California is currently on the bubble in 2020, on the verge of losing a seat for the first time in its history.

California’s Democratic governor, Jerry Brown, on Wednesday proposed spending more than $40 million on the state’s own census-related outreach efforts to avoid that fate.

“There’s a lot of fear” about the census count, said Paul Mitchell of Political Data Inc., the voter data firm used by both Republicans and Democrats in California. “The state is starting to get together resources, because it does have an actual direct impact … on state revenues if we have a severe undercount.”
When your state depends on illegals.....

BREAKING: House conservatives say there are enough Republican opponents to reject GOP leaders' plan to prevent government shutdown.


"I really wish I'd listened." Matt Damon apologizes for comments on sexual assault


Trump Goes 3-For-3, Drops Devastating Nickname On Dick Durbin


This NBC 'News' reporter wants to fat-shame President Trump on live TV by having him do a public weigh-in like on The Biggest Loser!


Former CIA Officer Warns: Deep State Is "Terrified" Of Trump, "Want Him Taken Out"


In "The Nation," a Harvard professor worries: "These new white supremacists are coming not with tiki torches but with reasoned arguments, buttressed by facts and figures"


Meet the "Gang of Six." These are the senators responsible for the garbage "deal" on immigration. A deal that does nothing to actually secure our border or hold illegals responsible for their reckless disregard for our immigration laws.


WATCH: Cory Booker erupts at DHS secretary over Trump's "shithole" remark


In 2005, Sen. Dick Durbin compared U.S. servicemen in Guantanamo to "Nazis, Soviets in their gulags, or some mad regime -- Pol Pot or others."


Comrade Harris Spends Free Time Concerned about Non-U.S. Citizens...


AG Jeff Sessions on immigration reform: "What good does it do to bring in somebody who's illiterate in their own country, has no skills, & is going to struggle in our country & not be successful? That is not what a good nation should do, and we need to get away from it."


The Constitution Today - Part 10

To view yesterday's posts or earlier posts, click on Older Posts below this entry

To view yesterday's posts or earlier posts, click on Older Posts below this entry, right below the line on the right hand side.
To view yesterday's posts or earlier posts, click on Older Posts below this entry, right below the line on the right hand side.
To view yesterday's posts or earlier posts, click on Older Posts below this entry, right below the line on the right hand side.