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Culture/Politics

Trump Towers Over Mainstream Media Monkeys

Much to the chagrin of the mental midgets in the mainstream media, former president Barack Hussein Obama appointee Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson, has given President Trump a clean bill of health. More important than his physical fitness is President Trump’s mental acuity which was also noted by Admiral Jackson. For the record, that’s one more churlish liberal narrative obliterated. Our president is not an imbecile and he’s not crazy. He’s large and incharge and crushing everything he lands on. Tax reform was, is, and will for the foreseeable future be, a huge deal. It’s a feather in a cap already… Keep Reading

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Dems Concede Infrastructure Support For DACA Amnesty

This past Tuesday on CNN’s “New Day,” Democratic Representative Debbie Dingell of Michigan mentioned she was prepared to work with President Donald Trump on  infrastructure if he works with Democrats on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Representative Dingell stated, “You know, I’ve been very clear from the beginning that I will work with Donald Trump on anything that helps the working men and women of my district. So yes, I will work with him on infrastructure if he’ll work with us.” Dingell continued, “First of all we got DACA, He agrees with us on DACA.” She then conceded,… Keep Reading

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History/Politics

The Trump Doctrine Takes Shape

The concept of Presidential Doctrine dates back to when James Monroe adopted a posture of anti-European colonialism in the western hemisphere. Since that time many presidents have come and gone without leaving a signature stamp on the attitude and behavior of our nation vis a vis foreign policy though many have at most sought to merely modify pre-existing positions. Theodore Roosevelt took Monroe’s doctrine and mutated it into the Roosevelt Corollary which would later be reversed by his fifth cousin, Franklin Roosevelt who adopted a Good Neighbor policy toward those nations in the Central and South America. In relatively short… Keep Reading

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