Friday, June 28, 2019

In a Sane World, The Democratic Debates Would've DESTROYED Democrats Forever - The First Democratic Debates were a Disaster for Democrats

In a Sane World, The Democratic Debates Would've DESTROYED Democrats Forever - The First Democratic Debates were a Disaster for Democrats



West Wing Reads: President Trump Pursues Smart China Strategy Heading Into Meeting With Xi Jinping

President Trump Pursues Smart China Strategy Heading Into Meeting With Xi Jinping

“At President Trump’s planned meeting Saturday with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 Summit in Japan, Trump is expected to continue to advance a strategy that his administration introduced in his first six months in office: viewing China as a strategic competitor to the United States and its allies,” writes Dr. Nadia Schadlow, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, in Fox News.

“This shift from an enabling posture to a competitive strategy was a response to years of Chinese Communist Party efforts to shape the international system in a way that disadvantaged the United States on trade and advanced China’s authoritarian system.”

President Trump has two goals for that approach, Schadlow says. The first is fixing economic relationships so that America is never giving a strategic advantage to an adversary. The second is tilting the global balance of power toward free, open societies.

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“Congress on Thursday approved $4.6 billion in emergency aid to deal with the border crisis, giving President Trump a symbolic victory on immigration and money to improve conditions for migrant children and families crowding the border,” Stephen Dinan and Gabriella Muñoz report in The Washington Times. President Trump “asked for the money nearly two months ago, but Democrats blocked it from being included in a disaster spending bill this month. Democrats also blocked 18 other Republican attempts to force the bill onto the floor.”
“The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was one of the most comprehensive tax overhauls ever enacted,” Bruce Thompson writes in the Washington Examiner. “Yet as far as the media is concerned, the bill only slashed taxes for corporations and the wealthy . . . This characterization of the bill is false and misleading, yet it is an assertion endlessly reported by reporters and pundits in the national media, as well as Democrats.”
“Americans hate to wait. We scout out the shortest grocery line. We choose the fastest delivery option. We chafe at slow-moving internet speeds. And we don’t like to wait for health care when we or our loved ones urgently need it,” Steven Law writes in Fox News. “Why do government-run health care systems—including so-called single-payer schemes like Medicare-for-All—result in long waits for needed care? Because unlike the private sector, government has zero incentive to customize care to individual needs. It achieves efficiencies primarily by doling out one-size-fits-all health care to everyone, regardless of unique circumstances.”
“On behalf of doctors across America and their patients, I am writing to underscore the importance of the executive order President Trump signed this week on ‘Improving Price and Quality Transparency in Healthcare.’ Everyone will benefit from this, save for those who profit from keeping Americans in the dark,” writes Marni Jameson Carey, Executive Director of the Association of Independent Doctors, in the Washington Examiner.



A Democrat presidential candidate claims to fight for sexual abuse victims — but victims say otherwise.
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) has promoted herself as a champion for victims of sexual abuse since she was district attorney of San Francisco. Victims of clerical sex abuse and their attorneys, however, have been telling a different story based on her silence.
The website for her presidential campaign states that “Kamala has been a fearless advocate for the voiceless and vulnerable throughout her career.”
The website also highlights her career as a prosecutor in child sexual assault cases:
She began her career in the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, where she specialized in prosecuting child sexual assault cases. In 1998, she joined the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office, where she led the Career Criminal Unit. She also served as the head of the San Francisco City Attorney’s Division on Children and Families.
Joey Piscitelli, a victim of clergy sexual abuse and the current Northern California spokesman for the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP), however, says Harris “did nothing” as the district attorney of San Francisco when he wrote to her about a priest at a local Catholic cathedral who molested him.
Piscitelli wrote to Harris again five years later to urge her to help alleged victims by releasing records of their clerical abuse lawsuits that the former district attorney, Terence Hallinan, had gathered. Harris never responded.

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1600 Daily: Under President Trump, America is respected again

Under President Trump, America is respected again

President Donald J. Trump left Washington yesterday for Osaka, Japan, the host city for this year’s G20 Summit. When world leaders sit down with President Trump over the next few days, they know they’re meeting with a negotiating partner who isn’t bluffing when he says he’ll take tough action to protect American workers.

Free, fair, and reciprocal trade deals are a key component of President Trump’s pro-jobs, pro-growth strategy. At the G20, U.S. officials will continue working with our allies to confront unfair trade practices that hollow out our working class—including intellectual property theft, unfair labor practices, and forced technology transfer abroad.

On the way to Japan: President Trump stops in Alaska to thank our troops

After touching down in Osaka, President Trump had dinner with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. The two discussed several pressing, shared challenges, including North Korea and Iran. That meeting was the first of many for President Trump over the coming days, where trade and national security will be at the top of the agenda.

We are a country that's respected again,” President Trump said before taking off for Japan. “They didn't respect us 3, 4, 5 years ago. They respect us again.”

”Family photo”: President Trump and world leaders at last year’s G20

This week is also an important opportunity to tell the story of America’s economic revival under President Trump. Our citizens prosper when the world economy is growing, ensuring strong and stable markets for American goods and services. Pro-growth policies, such as tax reform, have added millions of new jobs, brought our manufacturing sector back to life, and restored confidence in the U.S. economy.

The world can follow America’s lead. Countries can unlock their full economic potential by investing in training to reskill workers for high-demand industries. They can also benefit by fully empowering women to participate in their economies and governments—an effort the Trump Administration is helping to lead through Ivanka Trump’s Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative (W-GDP).

President Trump is standing up for fair, reciprocal trade at this week’s G20.

🎬 President Trump: “We’ve been very good to our allies.”

Photo of the Day

Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead
President Donald J. Trump greets military personnel during a refueling stop at Joint Base Elmendorf in Anchorage, Alaska, on his way to the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan | June 26, 2019

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2019 Democratic Debate ROUND 1 Recap - No Hablo Inglés!

2019 Democratic Debate ROUND 1 Recap - No Hablo Inglés!

Agent K
Was ready for Elizabeth to start speaking Navajo

Daniel Ustarez
You have to be nuts to vote some clown speaking a foreign language. I'm from Bolivia and you know what happens if a candidate start speaking in english? He'd be called "lameculos de gringos".... I'm dead serious

Patti 1976
we are suppose to be the UNITED states!!! speaking different languages makes us divided


Google Trends showed that there was an increased interest in Gabbard

Initial online polls show that Democratic presidential candidate, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, won the first Democractic Presidential debate.
In a Drudge Report online poll, Gabbard has 41.63% with 31,114 votes. Her closest rival, Elizabeth Warren, has 11.94% with 8,925 votes. So far, 74,736 votes were surveyed for Drudge’s poll.
Other online surveys from the Washington Examiner, and Heavy all point towards similar results with Gabbard winning almost every early online poll. Each poll shows her averaging between 30% – 40% of the total vote.
Washington Examiner has her coming on top with 39.22% of the vote, shows Gabbard with 34.67% and the Heavy has her at 32.24%.
It’s important to note that these polls are hardly scientific and may not be representative of everyone who watched the debate.
However, Google Trends showed that there was an increased interest in Gabbard; revealing she was the most searched Democratic candidate at the conclusion of the debate.

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Trump: People are realizing I was right about the crisis on the border - 1600 Daily: Suddenly, Democrats say there is a border crisis

Suddenly, Democrats say there is a border crisis

On February 15, President Donald J. Trump declared a national emergency to address the security and humanitarian crisis on our southern border. That month, more than 40,000 alien families arrived—an unprecedented surge that America’s outdated and overstretched immigration system is ill-equipped to handle.

Something to share: 26 times they called the border crisis fake news

Congressional Democrats were swift and nearly unanimous in their response, as Washington Examiner columnist Byron York detailed today:
  • “A fake crisis at the border,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi proclaimed.
  • “A crisis that does not exist,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said.
  • “There is no crisis at the border,” House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer declared.
The media was quick to endorse that narrative. Morning Joe deemed the emergency “an imaginary border crisis.” The Washington Post editorial board called it “make-believe.” The New York Times “fact-checked” the President’s claim of a border crisis and reported it false—before contradicting themselves two paragraphs later.

How times change. “This nation is facing a humanitarian crisis at the southern border,” House Democrats tweeted today. Don’t mistake that for an admission of fault. They make clear the problem isn’t Congress’ years of refusal to fix America’s broken immigration system. Their culprit is U.S. law enforcement, whose officers are guilty of running “concentration camps” for illegal immigrants, as one freshman Congresswoman put it.

President Trump has requested $4.5 billion in emergency aid—$3.3 billion of it marked for humanitarian assistance—to help law enforcement address the historic surge in large migrant groups arriving at our southern border. Congress has yet to pass it.

Just as crucial, the only long-term solution to this humanitarian crisis is for Congress to close the catch-and-release loopholes that fuel child smuggling into the United States. As long as children can be used to evade our laws, they'll continue to be put in danger.

So far, Democrats have resisted every single effort to shut off the magnets for child smuggling. “Fixing the laws would solve everything,” President Trump said today. “And they could do it so quickly. It’s so simple,” he added.

“They know what to do. They just don’t want to do it.”

Watch: President Trump says “Democrats are solely responsible” for this crisis.

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President Trump is on his way to Japan

President Trump took off this afternoon for his second visit to Japan in less than a month—this time to take part in the 2019 G20 Summit in Osaka.

The G20 is an opportunity for world leaders to discuss the biggest challenges facing our global economy. President Trump’s goal this week, as always, is to fight for the best deals and outcomes possible to lift up America’s workers.

🎬 Watch: President Trump is wheels up for Osaka, Japan

A truly level playing field means breaking down foreign barriers—both the tariff and non-tariff kind—that have stifled America’s economy and taken away too many jobs. Unlike his predecessors, President Trump is willing to use every tool at his disposal to bring these countries to the negotiating table and agree to better terms for our citizens.

“We are a country that's respected again,” the President said before boarding Marine One this afternoon.

Jared Kushner on a pathway to peace in the Middle East

In Bahrain this week, senior Trump Administration officials took part in a two-day summit that unveiled a new economic roadmap for the Palestinian people.

“The overall consensus is that [Peace to Prosperity] is a very executable plan,” Senior Advisor to the President Jared Kushner said of the response from representatives of more than 20 participating countries. “There is so much thirst and excitement about investing in the West Bank and Gaza.”

See President Trump’s economic vision for the Palestinian people.

Photo of the Day

Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian
President Donald J. Trump talks to reporters on the South Lawn of the White House prior to boarding Marine One to begin his trip to Japan | June 26, 2019