Donald Trump is a machine, in only 70 days he's already logged an amazing list of accomplishments.
Unfortunately the media refuses to report on all of the campaign promises President Trump is fulfilling, so people are unaware of the impressive list of issues he has tackled already.Read more
I'll throw my hat into the ring, as this plot rivals some of the best fiction I've ever read.
1. The Comey/Clinton "investigation" had its intended effect - it gave the appearance that Comey was an impartial participant at worst, and anti-Clinton as best. Pure, unadulterated smokescreen, and one of the best ones I've ever seen.
Of course, we know this wasn't remotely possible, as Comey's immediate family was financially benefitting from the Clinton Foundation. It was pure smokescreen because...Read more
Socialism, progressivism, leftism, feminism, globalism, climatism, etc., none of the "isms" will ever be defeated, as this article implies.
In fact, the ideologies and forces that we identify with the "left" have been around for thousands of years and will never be vanquished, because they spring from the most fundamental and strongest human need -- the need for security.Read more
A Convention of the States under Article V needs to consider the THE BUREAUCRACY AMENDMENT:
1-BEING UNELECTED, all Agency and Department employees (bureaucrats), appointed under the Constitution or hired under Congressional law, are SERVANTS OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. It is their task to carry out Congressional mandates and Presidential decisions. It is NOT their task to create NEW LAW.
2-CONGRESSIONAL VETO - All Agency, Bureau, or Department rules and regulations MUST have Congressional approval before such rules and regulations go into effect. Congressional action in this matter is not subject to Presidential veto.Read more
Steve Pieczenak is probably concerned that the activities of the CIA could destroy it for good. The CIA:
1). Amassed a huge surveillance network without mandate or oversight
2). Collected history's biggest collection of private information in one place; and then
3). Proceeded to lose control of its tools, and thus of ALL that information
What is clear remains: leave the f*ckers with no oversight, and they grow monstrous, freedom-infringing and obliterating at every step.
1) CIA contracted over 5000 people to make exploits. This, right there, is reason enough to stop funding to "just enough to function". The more ego-prone humans you give access to "secret hacker materials", the greater the chance something will leak.
Where are the records to background checks, clearances, confirmed identities, personal information, etc of these 5000+ people? Who was in charge of oversight and security/access levels, if any?Read more
Whatever happened to the Line-Item Veto? It's always been on the top of the conservative wish-list.
During Obama's reign-of-terror, Republicans could blame the threat of a Presidential veto for their Line-Item Veto inaction.Read more
Trump is scary, that is just true, yet I find myself joining the foray and on his side at times because the whole system is so corrupt that we might need a wrecking ball to spread all the bits to the wind.
There may not be a way in the system to correct the system because it is too far gone.Read more
I like Trump's stance, but why should taxpayers fund them (Planned Parenthood) in the first place? Is there some law that we don't know about that states that Left-Wing organizations should be supplemented by taxpayers?
Why not give that half a billion dollars a year to the 700 Club or Right-Wing organizations that do true good in the world?Read more
The swamp is not the appointees! They can be eliminated for many causes, including, I just wanted to. The swamp is the bureaucracy which is entrenched and protected to excess.
When the first bureaucrat was hired, he was intended to be a "step and fetch it", getting very low pay and was subject to replacement by an incoming administration. He was a political pawn who needed protection.Read more