The TAXING Truth for America: TED vs TRUMP


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Descending from a long line of farm owners and blue collar workers in Columbus, Indiana we are just tired of government. Tired of interference. Tired of all of the breaks going to large corporations who can afford lobbyists. Tired of the games people play in Washington DC and politics in general. I really want a President who is not the same-old-thing in a shiny-new-wrapper.

Politicians endorsing Politicians

I always wonder what the benefit is to the politician who gives another politician an endorsement. One really can’t take it too seriously as they all just want to keep spending our money on foolish things and never seem to actually get anything done for the people.

The truth is, whether you own a farm, a small business, or a home; you would like to have more money in your pocket at the end of the day and a legacy to leave your family.

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Searchable Hillary Clinton Email Archive Released – Get It Here! Have Some Fun!


WikiLeaks launched a searchable archive for 30,322 emails & email attachments sent to and from Hillary Clinton’s private email server while she was Secretary of State.

The 50,547 pages of documents span from 30 June 2010 to 12 August 2014. 7,570 of the documents were sent by Hillary Clinton. The emails were made available in the form of thousands of PDFs by the US State Department as a result of a Freedom of Information Act request. The final PDFs were made available on February 29, 2016.

Ready to have some fun? Grab some popcorn!

{VIDEO} Donald J. Trump Foreign Policy Speech – Major Turning Point In The Race? Let’s Look At It…


On April 27th, 2016, Donald Trump put away the showman, entertainer and rallymaster image today, and showed us what is really inside the man when he reins in the excitement and lays out what he’s really saying between the lines. “America First!”

His policies are all laid out on his website at Trump Positions and anyone who has read them know they have always aligned with his impromptu rally speeches, but we finally got to hear the man lay one out, with much more detail than the website, in a “Presidential” demeanor that many have doubted him capable of.

Today he set the record straight.

In the first public unveiling of “Trump, the President.” he walked up to the podium today and gave one of the most coherent, direct-to-the-point, unifying and assuring messages to the country that I have heard since JFK. We have been dealing with the rest of the world in a totally misguided manner, and he intends to set that straight when elected.

The Trump campaign needs to incorporate some of this new vision into the roadwork for the upcoming final laps of this race. His supporters already know what he’s talking about, but in this crucial part of the cycle he needs to relate more to the uninitiated and the people who only have seen what the main stream media has pictured for their own particular interests.

No matter what anyone thinks, behind the MSM painting is a canvas that is just as, or more committed to the future of our people and our country as ANY person that has ever sat on the big chair in the Oval Office.

There is no practical reason for this to come to a brokered convention. Mr.Trump now has 953 bound delegates. He is within a couple good wins of have the magic 1237 that requires them all to vote Trump during the first ballot.

No one else running could reach that number, even if Trump didn’t get another vote. All the other two candidates can do is try to derail his path to prize, and attempt to steal the nomination behind closed doors.

That’s why everyone needs to vote and not just cheer him on in Facebook. People who have never voted in their lives have registered and done so. Every vote counts especially yours!

Moving into next week’s critical showdown in Indiana, Mr.Trump must make a bond with the remaining people out there that care as much about this country as he does, even if they have been misled by other candidates up to this point. Many have been switching to Trump after last weeks failed collusion against Trump for last Tuesday’s primaries.

If things go smoothly, this nomination will be decided on June 7th with a big win in California. It can, and must be done or the Convention will be open to many different underhanded means of corruption.

You can follow the progress here on the Delegate Tracker in real time.

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Let’s get everything organized and done right, so we can move on to the real battle against Mrs. Clinton, if she manages to stay out of jail.

It’s up to you. Back the movement and Make America Great Again!

Here is the turning point speech, in case you missed it!

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DONALD J. TRUMP FOREIGN POLICY SPEECH TRANSCRIPT

Thank you for the opportunity to speak to you, and thank you to the Center for the National Interest for honoring me with this invitation.

I would like to talk today about how to develop a new foreign policy direction for our country – one that replaces randomness with purpose, ideology with strategy, and chaos with peace.

It is time to shake the rust off of America’s foreign policy. It’s time to invite new voices and new visions into the fold.

The direction I will outline today will also return us to a timeless principle. My foreign policy will always put the interests of the American people, and American security, above all else. That will be the foundation of every decision that I will make.

America First will be the major and overriding theme of my administration.

But to chart our path forward, we must first briefly look back.

We have a lot to be proud of. In the 1940s we saved the world. The Greatest Generation beat back the Nazis and the Japanese Imperialists.

Then we saved the world again, this time from totalitarian Communism. The Cold War lasted for decades, but we won.

Democrats and Republicans working together got Mr. Gorbachev to heed the words of President Reagan when he said: “tear down this wall.”

History will not forget what we did.

Unfortunately, after the Cold War, our foreign policy veered badly off course. We failed to develop a new vision for a new time. In fact, as time went on, our foreign policy began to make less and less sense.

Logic was replaced with foolishness and arrogance, and this led to one foreign policy disaster after another.

We went from mistakes in Iraq to Egypt to Libya, to President Obama’s line in the sand in Syria. Each of these actions have helped to throw the region into chaos, and gave ISIS the space it needs to grow and prosper.

It all began with the dangerous idea that we could make Western democracies out of countries that had no experience or interest in becoming a Western Democracy.

We tore up what institutions they had and then were surprised at what we unleashed. Civil war, religious fanaticism; thousands of American lives, and many trillions of dollars, were lost as a result. The vacuum was created that ISIS would fill. Iran, too, would rush in and fill the void, much to their unjust enrichment.

Our foreign policy is a complete and total disaster.

No vision, no purpose, no direction, no strategy.

Today, I want to identify five main weaknesses in our foreign policy.

First, Our Resources Are Overextended

President Obama has weakened our military by weakening our economy. He’s crippled us with wasteful spending, massive debt, low growth, a huge trade deficit and open borders.

Our manufacturing trade deficit with the world is now approaching $1 trillion a year. We’re rebuilding other countries while weakening our own.

Ending the theft of American jobs will give us the resources we need to rebuild our military and regain our financial independence and strength.

I am the only person running for the Presidency who understands this problem and knows how to fix it.

Secondly, our allies are not paying their fair share.

Our allies must contribute toward the financial, political and human costs of our tremendous security burden. But many of them are simply not doing so. They look at the United States as weak and forgiving and feel no obligation to honor their agreements with us.

In NATO, for instance, only 4 of 28 other member countries, besides America, are spending the minimum required 2% of GDP on defense.

We have spent trillions of dollars over time – on planes, missiles, ships, equipment – building up our military to provide a strong defense for Europe and Asia. The countries we are defending must pay for the cost of this defense – and, if not, the U.S. must be prepared to let these countries defend themselves.

The whole world will be safer if our allies do their part to support our common defense and security.

A Trump Administration will lead a free world that is properly armed and funded.

Thirdly, our friends are beginning to think they can’t depend on us.

We’ve had a president who dislikes our friends and bows to our enemies.

He negotiated a disastrous deal with Iran, and then we watched them ignore its terms, even before the ink was dry.

Iran cannot be allowed to have a nuclear weapon and, under a Trump Administration, will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon.

All of this without even mentioning the humiliation of the United States with Iran’s treatment of our ten captured sailors.

In negotiation, you must be willing to walk. The Iran deal, like so many of our worst agreements, is the result of not being willing to leave the table. When the other side knows you’re not going to walk, it becomes absolutely impossible to win.

At the same time, your friends need to know that you will stick by the agreements that you have with them.

President Obama gutted our missile defense program, then abandoned our missile defense plans with Poland and the Czech Republic.

He supported the ouster of a friendly regime in Egypt that had a longstanding peace treaty with Israel – and then helped bring the Muslim Brotherhood to power in its place.

Israel, our great friend and the one true Democracy in the Middle East, has been snubbed and criticized by an Administration that lacks moral clarity. Just a few days ago, Vice President Biden again criticized Israel – a force for justice and peace – for acting as an impediment to peace in the region.

President Obama has not been a friend to Israel. He has treated Iran with tender love and care and made it a great power in the Middle East – all at the expense of Israel, our other allies in the region and, critically, the United States.

We’ve picked fights with our oldest friends, and now they’re starting to look elsewhere for help.

Fourth, our rivals no longer respect us.

In fact, they are just as confused as our allies, but an even bigger problem is that they don’t take us seriously any more.

When President Obama landed in Cuba on Air Force One, no leader was there to meet or greet him – perhaps an incident without precedent in the long and prestigious history of Air Force One.

Then, amazingly, the same thing happened in Saudi Arabia — it’s called no respect.

Do you remember when the President made a long and expensive trip to Copenhagen, Denmark to get the Olympics for our country, and, after this unprecedented effort, it was announced that the United States came in fourth place?

He should have known the result before making such an embarrassing commitment.

The list of humiliations goes on and on.

President Obama watches helplessly as North Korea increases its aggression and expands even further with its nuclear reach.

Our president has allowed China to continue its economic assault on American jobs and wealth, refusing to enforce trade rules – or apply the leverage on China necessary to rein in North Korea.

He has even allowed China to steal government secrets with cyber attacks and engage in industrial espionage against the United States and its companies.

We’ve let our rivals and challengers think they can get away with anything.

If President Obama’s goal had been to weaken America, he could not have done a better job.

Finally, America no longer has a clear understanding of our foreign policy goals.

Since the end of the Cold War and the break-up of the Soviet Union, we’ve lacked a coherent foreign policy.

One day we’re bombing Libya and getting rid of a dictator to foster democracy for civilians, the next day we are watching the same civilians suffer while that country falls apart.

We’re a humanitarian nation. But the legacy of the Obama-Clinton interventions will be weakness, confusion, and disarray.

We have made the Middle East more unstable and chaotic than ever before.

We left Christians subject to intense persecution and even genocide.

Our actions in Iraq, Libya and Syria have helped unleash ISIS.

And we’re in a war against radical Islam, but President Obama won’t even name the enemy!

Hillary Clinton also refuses to say the words “radical Islam,” even as she pushes for a massive increase in refugees.

After Secretary Clinton’s failed intervention in Libya, Islamic terrorists in Benghazi took down our consulate and killed our ambassador and three brave Americans. Then, instead of taking charge that night, Hillary Clinton decided to go home and sleep! Incredible.

Clinton blames it all on a video, an excuse that was a total lie. Our Ambassador was murdered and our Secretary of State misled the nation – and by the way, she was not awake to take that call at 3 o’clock in the morning.

And now ISIS is making millions of dollars a week selling Libyan oil.

This will change when I am president.

To all our friends and allies, I say America is going to be strong again. America is going to be a reliable friend and ally again.

We’re going to finally have a coherent foreign policy based upon American interests, and the shared interests of our allies.

We are getting out of the nation-building business, and instead focusing on creating stability in the world.

Our moments of greatest strength came when politics ended at the water’s edge.

We need a new, rational American foreign policy, informed by the best minds and supported by both parties, as well as by our close allies.

This is how we won the Cold War, and it’s how we will win our new and future struggles.

First, we need a long-term plan to halt the spread and reach of radical Islam.

Containing the spread of radical Islam must be a major foreign policy goal of the United States.

Events may require the use of military force. But it’s also a philosophical struggle, like our long struggle in the Cold War.

In this we’re going to be working very closely with our allies in the Muslim world, all of which are at risk from radical Islamic violence.

We should work together with any nation in the region that is threatened by the rise of radical Islam. But this has to be a two-way street – they must also be good to us and remember us and all we are doing for them.

The struggle against radical Islam also takes place in our homeland. There are scores of recent migrants inside our borders charged with terrorism. For every case known to the public, there are dozens more.

We must stop importing extremism through senseless immigration policies.

A pause for reassessment will help us to prevent the next San Bernardino or worse — all you have to do is look at the World Trade Center and September 11th.

And then there’s ISIS. I have a simple message for them. Their days are numbered. I won’t tell them where and I won’t tell them how. We must as, a nation, be more unpredictable. But they’re going to be gone. And soon.

Secondly, we have to rebuild our military and our economy.

The Russians and Chinese have rapidly expanded their military capability, but look what’s happened to us!

Our nuclear weapons arsenal – our ultimate deterrent – has been allowed to atrophy and is desperately in need of modernization and renewal.

Our active duty armed forces have shrunk from 2 million in 1991 to about 1.3 million today.

The Navy has shrunk from over 500 ships to 272 ships during that time.

The Air Force is about 1/3 smaller than 1991. Pilots are flying B-52s in combat missions today which are older than most people in this room.

And what are we doing about this? President Obama has proposed a 2017 defense budget that, in real dollars, cuts nearly 25% from what we were spending in 2011.

Our military is depleted, and we’re asking our generals and military leaders to worry about global warming.

We will spend what we need to rebuild our military. It is the cheapest investment we can make. We will develop, build and purchase the best equipment known to mankind. Our military dominance must be unquestioned.

But we will look for savings and spend our money wisely. In this time of mounting debt, not one dollar can be wasted.

We are also going to have to change our trade, immigration and economic policies to make our economy strong again – and to put Americans first again. This will ensure that our own workers, right here in America, get the jobs and higher pay that will grow our tax revenue and increase our economic might as a nation.

We need to think smarter about areas where our technological superiority gives us an edge. This includes 3-D printing, artificial intelligence and cyberwarfare.

A great country also takes care of its warriors. Our commitment to them is absolute. A Trump Administration will give our service men and women the best equipment and support in the world when they serve, and the best care in the world when they return as veterans to civilian life.

Finally, we must develop a foreign policy based on American interests.

Businesses do not succeed when they lose sight of their core interests and neither do countries.

Look at what happened in the 1990s. Our embassies in Kenya and Tanzania were attacked and seventeen brave sailors were killed on the USS Cole. And what did we do? It seemed we put more effort into adding China to the World Trade Organization – which has been a disaster for the United States – than into stopping Al Qaeda.

We even had an opportunity to take out Osama Bin Laden, and didn’t do it. And then, we got hit at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the worst attack on our country in its history.

Our foreign policy goals must be based on America’s core national security interests, and the following will be my priorities.

In the Middle East, our goals must be to defeat terrorists and promote regional stability, not radical change. We need to be clear-sighted about the groups that will never be anything other than enemies.

And we must only be generous to those that prove they are our friends.

We desire to live peacefully and in friendship with Russia and China. We have serious differences with these two nations, and must regard them with open eyes. But we are not bound to be adversaries. We should seek common ground based on shared interests. Russia, for instance, has also seen the horror of Islamic terrorism.

I believe an easing of tensions and improved relations with Russia – from a position of strength – is possible. Common sense says this cycle of hostility must end. Some say the Russians won’t be reasonable. I intend to find out. If we can’t make a good deal for America, then we will quickly walk from the table.

Fixing our relations with China is another important step towards a prosperous century. China respects strength, and by letting them take advantage of us economically, we have lost all of their respect. We have a massive trade deficit with China, a deficit we must find a way, quickly, to balance.

A strong and smart America is an America that will find a better friend in China. We can both benefit or we can both go our separate ways.

After I am elected President, I will also call for a summit with our NATO allies, and a separate summit with our Asian allies. In these summits, we will not only discuss a rebalancing of financial commitments, but take a fresh look at how we can adopt new strategies for tackling our common challenges.

For instance, we will discuss how we can upgrade NATO’s outdated mission and structure – grown out of the Cold War – to confront our shared challenges, including migration and Islamic terrorism.

I will not hesitate to deploy military force when there is no alternative. But if America fights, it must fight to win. I will never send our finest into battle unless necessary – and will only do so if we have a plan for victory.

Our goal is peace and prosperity, not war and destruction.

The best way to achieve those goals is through a disciplined, deliberate and consistent foreign policy.

With President Obama and Secretary Clinton we’ve had the exact opposite: a reckless, rudderless and aimless foreign policy – one that has blazed a path of destruction in its wake.

After losing thousands of lives and spending trillions of dollars, we are in far worse shape now in the Middle East than ever before.

I challenge anyone to explain the strategic foreign policy vision of Obama-Clinton – it has been a complete and total disaster.

I will also be prepared to deploy America’s economic resources. Financial leverage and sanctions can be very persuasive – but we need to use them selectively and with determination. Our power will be used if others do not play by the rules.

Our friends and enemies must know that if I draw a line in the sand, I will enforce it.

However, unlike other candidates for the presidency, war and aggression will not be my first instinct. You cannot have a foreign policy without diplomacy. A superpower understands that caution and restraint are signs of strength.

Although not in government service, I was totally against the War in Iraq, saying for many years that it would destabilize the Middle East. Sadly, I was correct, and the biggest beneficiary was Iran, who is systematically taking over Iraq and gaining access to their rich oil reserves – something it has wanted to do for decades. And now, to top it all off, we have ISIS.

My goal is to establish a foreign policy that will endure for several generations.

That is why I will also look for talented experts with new approaches, and practical ideas, rather than surrounding myself with those who have perfect resumes but very little to brag about except responsibility for a long history of failed policies and continued losses at war.

Finally, I will work with our allies to reinvigorate Western values and institutions. Instead of trying to spread “universal values” that not everyone shares, we should understand that strengthening and promoting Western civilization and its accomplishments will do more to inspire positive reforms around the world than military interventions.

These are my goals, as president.

I will seek a foreign policy that all Americans, whatever their party, can support, and which our friends and allies will respect and welcome.

The world must know that we do not go abroad in search of enemies, that we are always happy when old enemies become friends, and when old friends become allies.

To achieve these goals, Americans must have confidence in their country and its leadership again.

Many Americans must wonder why our politicians seem more interested in defending the borders of foreign countries than their own.

Americans must know that we are putting the American people first again. On trade, on immigration, on foreign policy – the jobs, incomes and security of the American worker will always be my first priority.

No country has ever prospered that failed to put its own interests first. Both our friends and enemies put their countries above ours and we, while being fair to them, must do the same.

We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism.

The nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony. I am skeptical of international unions that tie us up and bring America down, and will never enter America into any agreement that reduces our ability to control our own affairs.

NAFTA, as an example, has been a total disaster for the U.S. and has emptied our states of our manufacturing and our jobs. Never again. Only the reverse will happen. We will keep our jobs and bring in new ones. Their will be consequences for companies that leave the U.S. only to exploit it later.

Under a Trump Administration, no American citizen will ever again feel that their needs come second to the citizens of foreign countries.

I will view the world through the clear lens of American interests.

I will be America’s greatest defender and most loyal champion. We will not apologize for becoming successful again, but will instead embrace the unique heritage that makes us who we are.

The world is most peaceful, and most prosperous, when America is strongest.

America will continually play the role of peacemaker.

We will always help to save lives and, indeed, humanity itself. But to play that role, we must make America strong again.

We must make America respected again. And we must make America great again.

If we do that, perhaps this century can be the most peaceful and prosperous the world has ever known. Thank you.

Source: Donald J. Trump Foreign Policy Speech | Donald J Trump for President

BREAKING! “Eskimo” is now RACIST! You won’t believe the others on the list!  Bonus banned cartoons.


Turns out the word Eskimo is a racist term. That’s just for starters. Here they are, along with some children’s books and cartoons from the past that are definitely over the top in today’s wonderful PC world.

1. Hooligan

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Hooligan is actually a racial slur to describe a dirty and drunk Irish man.

 

2. Vandal

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Vandals is actually a racial term to describe filthy Germans. Vandals were the Germanic tribe that sacked Rome, and that’s where the word is rooted from.

 

3. Eskimo

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You may be horrified, but Eskimo is a racist term. It is sourced from the word“ashkimeq”, which means eaters of raw meat.

The correct word to describe them is Inuit.

 

4. Eenie meenie miney mo

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These words were from the poem –

“Eenie, meenie, miney, moe

“Catch a tiger by the toe

“If it squeals, let it go

“Eenie, meenie, miney, moe…”

But in the 1800s, Americans frequently replaced the word tiger with “nigg*r“. The next time you use the words to choose, remind yourself of the racist history behind this phrase.

 

5. Hip hip hooray!

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The first part – “hip hip” was used by Germans to control a herd of sheep. They used the same words when they went Jew hunting in Germany too.

 

6. Rule of thumb

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This phrase originated in England where men used canes no thicker than their thumbs to beat up their women. Hence the term – “rule of the thumb”

Feel better now?

 

7. Long Time, No See

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We all know it is the shortened version of “I haven’t seen you in a long time!”

But the term was actually used to mock people who couldn’t use good English and by saying “Long time, no see”

Not so hip anymore, is it?

 

8. Gypsy

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People use Gyp to describe a person who cheats. But the word Gypsy is used by the Europeans to describe the Romani tribe that travels by selling things across the continent. Even the word Gypsy is racist.

 

9. Barbarian

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In the olden times, the word barbarian was used by the Greek to refer to anyone who was non-Greek. In that sense all of us non-greeks are barbarians. But it was used as a racist word.

 

10. Bugger

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Bugger is actually an abbreviation for “Bulgarian homosexual”. The Dutch used this word to mock the Bulgarian refugees and migrants.

 

11. Ghetto

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Ghetto is sourced from the Italian word “ghet” or “waste”. It was used in Italy to refer to the residences of low-class people.

 

12. Spook

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This word is extremely racist because Americans in the 1800s used the word “spook” to refer to dark-skinned African American people who would “blend” in the dark night sky and “spook” them.

 

13. Jock

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Jock is actually a racial slur used by the English to insult the Scots. But it can be used as a term to venerate the Scottish royalty too.

 

14. Mumbo Jumbo

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Mumbo jumbo is a word you use when something said to you doesn’t make sense at all. Actually, mumbo jumbo was the beating African tribes gave to their women.

Mumbo jumbo is literally beating a woman.

 

15. Cannibal

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The cannibals were an indigenous tribe in the West Indies that did NOT partake in eating each other. But they were accused of this cannibalism by an Italian colonist. And hence, just like the Vandals, the name got stuck for a very bad thing.

As they say, English is a funny language, albeit racist too, I guess.

Use these words carefully in the future, people!

Source: Storypick.com

 

Now, move on to some everyday phrases you may use that are equally offensive to the PC crowd!

 

 

And for sure, we better not forget to add children’s books to the list!

 

 

A couple Libtards give you an overview on why all the great old cartoons are relegated to the racist genre now…

 

 

Some full length cartoons you may remember if you are old enough. Don’t let your liberal friends catch you watching these!

Bill Clinton Courted The LGBT Vote With A Gay One, Obama Relit The Torch! Anything For Votes!


WASHINGTON — Like other gays, George Beier and John Caner have never known a president who welcomed them as part of America. No president seemed comfortable with their concerns. None openly offered support.

But here comes Bill Clinton. Among many gays and lesbians, his inauguration is being welcomed with quiet joy – a historic watershed with a personal message of acceptance.

“The way Clinton accepts gays and works with them, he’s saying, ‘It’s OK to be who you are,’ and that’s really important,” said Beier, 29. “With Bush it was, ‘It’s OK to be who you are – if you’re like me.’ “

Beier and Caner, a gay California couple, are joining a sizable group of gays and lesbians traveling to Washington for the Inaugural. For the well- connected, there is a whirl of special parties, peaking Inauguration Night when 1,500 lesbians and gays will dance at the first-ever gay inaugural ball.

“To be honest, this is the most important single day that our community has had in many, many years,” said Gregory King of the Human Rights Campaign Fund, one of three sponsoring gay groups. “Bill Clinton has already demonstrated his willingness to include us in his administration, and his hopes for America.”

At least they hope they’re included. Gay groups are a little nervous that Clinton may be easing off from his campaign promise to allow open gays to

serve in the military. That has been hotly controversial among the military, some congressional leaders and the public.

Yet Clinton has continued to reach out. While the gay inaugural ball is not an official Clinton-sponsored event, it is not being relegated to the closet, either. It is listed along with all the other inaugural activities, King said.

George Beier and John Caner won’t be attending the sold-out ball or any event that requires a special ticket. But they don’t care. The Californians plan to shiver on the Capitol grounds with the masses, feeling patriotic, hopeful and finally included.

“Just being on the Capitol lawn and hearing what he has to say is something that I’d really like to share with George,” said Caner, 35. “Our society is so damned cynical, particularly about politics, that it’s great to be able to share in a moment of unabashed joy in our system.”

Unlike presidents before him, Clinton came of age in the first American generation where homosexuals did not generally have to hide – and where the issue of AIDS has started to unmask the breadth of the gay community.

If the AIDS virus today is spreading fastest among heterosexuals and women, gay men still are dying disproportionately. More than 170,000 Americans have died of the disease.

Clinton won Beier’s vote and those of many other gays with an emotional speech last spring. The candidate told a gay audience he was tired of the politics of divisiveness, then emotionally thanked the gay community for its efforts in fighting the AIDS epidemic, caring for the sick, promoting education and working for a cure.

“When we saw the videotape of Clinton’s speech, there were tears in people’s eyes,” Beier remembers. “They really believed, for the first time, that someone was listening to them, that somebody cared. . . . He said thank you to all the people who have been fighting AIDS. It was like, this man is finally giving recognition to this huge struggle that is going on.”

Their inclusion has continued. At Clinton’s invitation, the Lesbian and Gay Band of America will perform on Inauguration Day, and 100 panels from the AIDS memorial quilt will be part of his parade.

“On four separate occasions since 1987 we brought the entire quilt to Washington and put it on the President’s doorstep, and neither President Bush nor President Reagan visited,” said Jim Jones, a spokesman for the NAMES Project. “This time, the (incoming) President . . . has asked us to bring it into the inaugural parade. That fills us with a great deal of hope.”

Gays also talk of keeping expectations in check, knowing the inevitable letdown will come. “We’ve been disappointed before,” Jones says. But for now, like Cinderella, they are just happy to be welcome at their own inaugural ball.

Said Beier, “We’ve come out of our political closet.”

Will Hillary be next torch bearer?

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Ted Cruz: The College Politician He Wants You To Forget


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Cruz is a scumbag

Ted Cruz was a bizarre politician in college. He hopes you forget that he lobbied for liberal causes while the school was facing a $1 million dollar deficit, that he opposed spending when it came to campus safety and dorm intrusion, that he was a proponent of spending when it came to social events and parties, and that if he was ever a maverick, it was in his forerunner status as a ‘rape culture’ fear monger.  Ted wants you to forget that the closest person in his life–whether it was his best friend in college, or his wife today–has always been inexorably linked to the financial institutions on Wall Street.

Most of all, Ted wants you to forget how badly he let his school down after a series of violent rapes took place, how he was preoccupied with parties, and how he tried to derail the implementation of a dormitory lock program every…

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Apr 26: Connecticut DELEGATES & More


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VOTE: Tues, April 26th  You must be REPUBLICAN to vote in the CT Rep Primary

Connecticut is a Winner-Take-MOST state with 28 delegates at stake.  To secure Mr. Trump the MAXIMUM number of Delegates is an overall 51% majority and the plurality (most) votes in every Congressional District.

Presidential Candidate Names on the ballot are: Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Donald Trump

Understanding how the delegates are “pledged” can be tricky.  Below is a summary of the delegate assignment for Connecticut.

3 RNC delegates. These are the National convention delegates: State’s National Committeeman [Honorable John H Frey], National Committeewoman [Patricia Longo], and State Chair [J R Romano]. Per the RNC site, this typically will vote for the winner but are not required to do so.

10 At-Large Delegates.  These are awarded proportionately for candidates who receive at least 20%. Should any candidate get more than 50%…

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Apr 26: Rhode Island – Delegate LIST!


TRiUMPhant! Women

VOTE: Tues, April 26th  If you are registered REPUBLICAN you may vote in RI Republican Primary. In addition, if you are registered as UNAFFILIATED you may be automatically registered Republican to vote in the Republican Primary in accordance with RI Laws.

Rhode Island is a PROPORTIONAL state with 19 delegates at stake.

Candidate Names on the ballot will be: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, John Kasich & Marco Rubio (Sen Rubio has not withdrawn his name from the ballot although he has suspended his campaign – per Wikipedia).

Rhode Island selects delegates via DIRECT ELECTION.  ONLY VOTE for delegates that are on this list.  They are Trump delegates per the RI Secretary of State website. Let’s get these 16 direct elect delegates! Mr. Trump can ONLY do it with your VOTE.

It is very important to pick delegates who favor Mr. Trump.  This is…

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Apr 26: Maryland Republican DELEGATE List


TRiUMPhant! Women

VOTE: Tues, April 26th  (Polls open at 7 am EDT and close at 8 pm EDT) You must be

Maryland is a Winner-Take-ALL state with 38 delegates at stake.  YOU must vote for the Congressional District delegates & alternates.  The At-Large delegates are selected at the State convention.

Mr Trump needs your vote to affect how both the Congressional District delegates and At-Large delegates are bound. DOWNLOAD the Pro-Trump delegate/alternative list below and take with you to the polls.

Presidential Candidate Names on the Ballot include: Jeb Bush*, Ben Carson*, Chris Christie*, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina*, Mike Huckabee*, John R Kasich, Rand Paul*, Marco Rubio*, Rick Santorum*, Donald J Trump  (*Candidate has suspended their campaign. Many candidates announce publicly that they are no longer running for office. However, removing a candidate from the ballot requires a written notice by the candidate. Many Presidential candidates did…

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Facebook Online Civil Courage Initiative (Censorship) Now In America – Coming For You!


If this article and I mysteriously disappear from Facebook, after you have read this you will understand why. And I can always be found at my blog Vaults Of Karma, Tea Party Community, Patriots For America, Seen Life, or check with my partner on Facebook, Rick West. You may want to join or friend those now.

Anyway, to the point…

Recently in Germany, Facebook helped develop a campaign against “hate speech” called the “Online Civil Courage Initiative” (OCCI).

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Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg launched the initiative this January in Berlin, along with the German Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection among other independent NGOs from Germany and Europe designed to tackle radical and extreme speech.

“We have repeatedly emphasized that Facebook is no place for the dissemination of xenophobia, hate speech or calls for violence,” Sandberg said in a press release. “With this new initiative, we are convinced to better understand and respond to the challenges of extremist speech on the internet.”

Facebook initially pledged more than $1 million to the campaign, which focused on helping organizations that are already tackling hate speech, building “best practices” for those groups, and researching the various sources of hate speech.

The program has been tested and is now coming to America. Many have already felt it’s effect, including Dennis Michael Lynch”

“Call it a coincidence or just bad luck, but Facebook fans of Dennis Michael Lynch have been sending us messages on DML’s Facebook page stating that in the past 48-hours they’ve received warnings from Facebook stating the links we are posting to Trump stories found on this website are malicious and carry viruses.”

Facebook is encouraging people to share stories and ideas on the official OCCI Facebook page by using the hashtag #civilcourage to show their support for the initiative.

“The best cure for bad ideas are good ideas,” Sandberg said. “The best remedy for hate is tolerance. Counter speech is incredibly strong — and it takes time, energy and courage.”

It is becoming crystal clear to an ever-awakening populace: Open-borders globalists and technocrats are actively using their power and influence to subvert and subdue the Will of the People across the world.

Social media platforms, which serve as the most effective way to rapidly disseminate information, are cracking down on those of us who oppose the underlying agenda of these outlets. It has come to light that Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook are working to influence critical political issues and the 2016 presidential election by censoring pro-Trump accounts and supporters. I have had many removals, account limits and FB jail sentences myself, almost as many as I have friends.

Just imagine who might be putting money in the American edition of this program. The name, George Soros, springs to mind for one…

As long as I am still in existence on Facebook, you are welcome to please follow me HERE..

Lisa Haven gives you a rundown of many of the aspects of OCCI in this video…

Lisa Haven is an independent Christian news analysis and one of the top contributors on www.BeforeItsNews.com. She is also author of www.LisaHavenNews.net and runs her own youtube channel (Lisa Haven) with tens-of-thousands of views per day. Digging deep and finding truth is what she lives for. Her passion is to spread truth no matter where it lies. She covers everything from martial law, to FEMA camps, to end time bible prophecy, to government documents and much more! Before launching her journalism career, she wrote many bible studies and lead women ministries for a number of years. She will also complete her ministry degree at International School of Ministry this year.

The original OCCI conspirators…


From left to right: Sasha Havlicek (Institute for Strategic Dialogue), Gerd Billen (State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection), Sheryl Sandberg (Facebook), Peter Neumann (International Centre for the Study of Radicalization and Political Violence), Anetta Kahane (Amadeu Antonio Foundation).