Khizr Khan Caught Lying About Travel Ban

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March 8, 2017
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He alleges that he, a US citizen, was stopped from going to Canada.

I’ve been to Canada. You don’t need a visa, and you don’t need to tell anyone. You just drive or fly when you please, with your passport.

And every federal agency denies stopping Khan.

His response? Essentially a “No Comment.” Did he lie, like Fake News?

Dakota Pipeline Will be Completed

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March 8, 2017
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Fake News Publishes Second Lady’s Private E-mail Address

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March 7, 2017
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And refuses to redact it, after VP Pence requests. Would they have done this to Joe Biden’s wife? If Joe Biden had asked for the private citizen’s private e-mail address to be redacted?

Fake News must be slain for America to survive.

Finally! EPA Being Run by People Who Believe in Science, not Fake Science

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March 7, 2017
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Thanks to the new EPA Administrator:

Mr. Pruitt, a former Oklahoma attorney general who built a career out of suing the agency he now leads, has moved to stock the top offices of the agency with like-minded conservatives — many of them skeptics of climate change and all of them intent on rolling back environmental regulations that they see as overly intrusive and harmful to business.

Mr. Pruitt has drawn heavily from the staff of his friend and fellow Oklahoma Republican, Senator James Inhofe, long known as Congress’s most prominent skeptic of climate science. A former Inhofe chief of staff, Ryan Jackson, will be Mr. Pruitt’s chief of staff. Another former Inhofe staff member, Byron Brown, will serve as Mr. Jackson’s deputy. Andrew Wheeler, a fossil fuel lobbyist and a former Inhofe chief of staff, is a finalist to be Mr. Pruitt’s deputy, although he requires confirmation to the position by the Senate.

Anyone who knows anything about Inhofe will realize that this is a good thing indeed.

Perhaps…

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…the Republican Party should rename itself the People’s Party, or the American Party. Both would be more accurate than the Democrat Party’s name, and would resonate nicely with voters.

Democrats should rename themselves the Starbucks Party, so that they don’t defraud the people by claiming to be “democrats.”

The Trump Effect Continues

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March 7, 2017
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Proved: Poor People are Idiots

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March 7, 2017
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Consider:

“The reality is, half of Americans can’t afford to write a $500 check,” Colberg said. He spun that stunning statistic by saying that when US customers sign up for a cellular plan, they’re willing to buy protection in case “they lose that phone or something happens to it.”

In other words, there are millions of Americans who don’t have $500 in the bank but are willing to dish out more than that on a cell phone, and then are stupid enough to make monthly payments that ultimately end up being far higher than $500 to protect their purchase… which they clearly couldn’t afford in the first place.

I’m a millionaire. I always buy my iDevices used on eBay after a year or two. I also sell my old devices soon after I get newer ones, thus bringing my net cost down to about $100 per device every couple of years.

Bonus: Since Apple, Google, and Microsoft all hate America, I’m contributing very little to their bottom line. I would heartily buy a brand new iDevice every year if I didn’t hate Apple so much.

Quote of the Day

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March 7, 2017
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Real journalist Tim Pool took up the challenge to travel to Sweden. He found no-go zones and such, and extracted this priceless quote from the mayor of a city teeming with “refugees”:

Tim: “Has there been an increase in crime, related to bringing in refugees or migrants?”
Disastrous Swedish politician: “Well, I know we don’t think like that. That’s awful, really, to try to count things like that.”

Fake News will do everything it can to suppress this, so spread it far and wide.

“Muslim” or “Indian”?

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March 7, 2017
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Depends on what the Fake News is trying to sell today.

“Rapists are Victims Too”

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March 7, 2017
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Yep, that’s what Swedish school principals say when a 14-year-old girl gets raped by her “migrant” classmates at school, and they’re still in school while the victim had to go to another school.

I’m sure they’ll be equally understanding the next time a drunken college fratboy “date rapes” a co-ed by sleeping with her when they’re both drunk.

Did Rick Scott Win Florida for Trump

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Amazingly, it turned out Trump didn’t need to win Florida. But Governor Rick Scott may have played a key role in helping deliver the state:

Under Bush, more than 75,000 [felons] had their voting rights restored, Meade said. Under Crist, that number was more than 150,000. But that dropped to fewer than 2,000 a year under Scott, who meets four times a year as part of a clemency board to go through thousands of applications.

Trump’s margin in Florida was just over a million votes. As much as 900,000 may have come from Rick Scott’s keeping felons off the voter rolls.

We Predict, They Comply

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PoliPundit, February 12th:

The Trump administration would prefer a face-saving way to delay the Supreme Court appeal until Justice Gorsuch is seated.

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So expect the appeals process to play out a bit more, until Justice Gorsuch can be seated, and Trump appeals to SCOTUS. Then we win.

The news, today:

President Trump took a second swing at his temporary travel ban Monday, this time targeting travelers from six majority Muslim countries and crafting his executive order in ways intended to survive challenges in U.S. courts.

The new ban, which goes into effect March 16, no longer restricts travel from Iraq, one of seven listed in the original order. The 90-day ban now is limited to Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Sudan and Yemen.

As before, the order shuts down the U.S. refugee program for 120 days to give the federal government time to develop “extreme vetting” procedures to prevent terrorists from entering the country. However, Syrians are no longer subject to an indefinite ban, as they were under the first order.

Judge Gorsuch’s Senate hearings start March 20th.