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Special thanks to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Its great to finally have a President that actually allows then to do their job and help keep USA safe!

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There is no category to describe how I feel about this!
But, I like to think that somewhere, there is a young lady telling her little dog that she has a feeling they're not in Kansas anymore

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When ultra-liberal Maryland instituted a 'millionaire' tax to generate more revenue, a totally unexpected thing happened. The millionaires moved out of Maryland and tax revenues dropped.

With the forced, artificial increases in wages for entry-level jobs - Wendy's responds in much the same way.

When will liberals learn?

http://www.businessinsider.com/ap-wendys-plans-self-ordering-kiosks-at-1000-locations-2017-2

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A tribute to William F. Buckley one of my favorites of WFB, 5 minute video that will leave you wanting more.

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If Bannon and Trump can in fact responsibly dismantle the administrative state and return lawmaking to Congress and the courts (where appropriate), then I will be ecstatic, and I will don the MAGA hat. But that is a very big if. The bulk of that work must be done by Congress, not the presidency. And any attempt to simply move the unlawful arbitrary power of the administrative state to the political operation of the West Wing will not be a triumph for liberty, it will simply amount to replacing one form of arbitrary power with another.

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My Never Trump pals – not the weak, whiny folks but the people truly concerned because Trump is not a conservative ideologue – seemed to have entered the acceptance stage. Of course, a Secretary of Defense nicknamed “Mad Dog” makes Trump a lot easier to swallow. They have not abandoned the party or the movement. They are adapting. They even enjoyed CPAC. Maybe they don’t yet love the Don, but they are at least tolerating him.




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I'm breaking my 'no politics on Sundays' rule..... At the risk of overstating the point, this is more than a little disturbing. When a civil society no longer respects the rule of law, holds little regard for truth and virtue and loses its system of checks and balances (my summation of the ongoing combination of militant efforts from numerous entities to remove a sitting president), what remains between us and anarchy?

"The media’s focus on Trump’s Russian connections ignores the much more extensive and lucrative business relationships of top Democrats with Kremlin-associated oligarchs and companies. Thanks to the Panama Papers, we know that the Podesta Group (founded by John Podesta’s brother, Tony) lobbied for Russia’s largest bank, Sberbank. “Sberbank is the Kremlin, they don’t do anything major without Putin’s go-ahead, and they don’t tell him ‘no’ either,” explained a retired senior U.S. intelligence official. According to a Reuters report, Tony Podesta was “among the high-profile lobbyists registered to represent organizations backing Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich.” Among these was the European Center, which paid Podesta $900,000 for his lobbying.

That’s not all: The busy Podesta Group also represented Uranium One, a uranium company acquired by the Russian government which received approval from Hillary Clinton’s State Department to mine for uranium in the U.S. and gave Russia twenty percent control of US uranium."

Thx +Dan Lewis​​​​​ 

Did anyone think that Trump's skin thickened up enough to attend the WHCA dinner? This doesn't surprise me in the least.

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Excellent, well-rounded attempt at an intellectual portrait of the man whom some call "Trump's Brain." 
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