Rand Paul got it right on Fauci! Fauci, needs to be fired, but don’t expect Little Joe Biden to do the right thing. Then he needs to be jailed! Don’t expect the DOJ to do the right thing either.
Aloha kākou, a me oukou welina ka ‘Apelila. It’s April First, C’mon Man. Somebody got their ice cream fix early. That’s no April Fools Joke either. Have you seen the menagerie of kooks and creeps that are now running the government? Of course O’Biden will place dangerous perverts in government high positions because O’Biden is […]Fool On The Hill — E Māua Ola i Moku o Keawe
This man is a complete idiot. This is the man Nancy Pelosi was so impressed with leading impeachments in California. This is her boy, the man to do the job against Donald Trump. THIS MAN IS COMPLETELY NUTS! Rand Paul please go after this moron. Graham and McConnell haven’t enough of what it takes to do what MUST be done. Adam Schiff can not be allowed to lie, mislead and fabricate fantasy tales as he has. He has made a mockery of our Constitution, The House, The Senate, our elections and the American people. What Schiff is doing goes way beyond anything and everything he and his managers have accused President Trump. RAND PAUL……..THERE ARE A COUPLE OF GUYS IN THE HOUSE WOULD GLADLY JOIN YOU. SENATOR CRUZ? WHERE ARE YOU? ACQUITTAL FOR THE PRESIDENT IS NOT ENOUGH. (ArlinReport comment)
Blunt, as a Missourian, I will actively campaign in support of any primary opponent for your re-election next time, if we can not eliminate you by term limitation. I might as well have voted for a Democrat.
Honestly, by action alone, now and in the past, been difficult to tell whether Collins, Murkowski and Alexander weren’t Democrats anyway, if I didn’t know better. They sure seem to have a difficult time deciding which way to go. Rubio just needs to be combative for attention. Romney, he is a NEVER TRUMPSTER, has no interest in doing what is right for the American people. Rand Paul just being Rand Paul.
Excuse: Not wanting to set a precedent for future presidents to declare a national emergency. BS……..the President has a Constitutional right. This declaration by Trump is exactly the reason he has this option before him, and it is to protect America. There have been many national emergencies declared by past presidents for issues/events/threats in to aid other nations. It is time one is declared, when greatly needed for the purpose of defending/protecting our own nation as it is intended.
Omnibus: many things at once, related and UNRELATED.
Omnibus Bill: Additional pork, fat, favors, I’ll scratch your back if you scratch mine. Nearly nothing done the way it should be, its a way to do many things HALF-ASS.
Massive spending bill, of which you the tax payer gets hosed!!
The bill, which is always presented on the eve of, and with, a threat of a Gov shut down, is over 2,200 pages. Rand Paul has read 600 pages. So, even Rand doesn’t know all it includes. This is typically how your government works, no need to read it, GIVE IT SOME REAL, SERIOUS, MINDFUL THOUGHT. Just vote on it. You know Nancy Pelosi hasn’t even read the introduction, contents or index. WE HAVE TO PASS IT FIRST NANCY!
They, your representatives, individually only know about sections of the bill that interests them or they sponsored. Hey if it passes they are ecstatic. They can go home and tell the voters, “See, I got that tunnel built for you!” Forget about how much further in debt we go.
Over 2,200 pages of which over 2,100 is CRAP. We’ll only see the government sludge until its down the road, we can smell the stink and is actually pissing us common sense, middle class folks off.
This is the way your representatives pass nonsense. Stick it in a massive package, wrap it up where its difficult to see, hide it in all those scrambled words, most can not understand (Pelosi, Waters…….I could go on and on) and pass it, because otherwise we must shut it down, the government. Then come November we ask to be re-elected, it’ll take the ignorant voters until December to figure out they got hosed!
Omnibus Bill: A modern-day synonymous term with pork barrel, much of which turns out to be garbage, expensive, debit raising garbage; one of which nobody read. They’d all get failing grades if given a test (even multiple choice) on this late hour bill. F for failure, the bill and its makers.
I don’t always agree with Rand Paul, but even when I don’t, his argument is usually at least logical. Now according to my logic instructor in college, logic isn’t always right…but you can visualize the point, understand how the point got to the point and the person making it. Logical people are at least intelligent. This might explain why the Left is so illogical………they’re just not very smart. Nancy, Chuck, and on and on………… oh and Hillary (criminally intelligent).
10 STORIES THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA IGNORED WHILE OBSESSING OVER CAITLYN JENNER
On Monday, the world stopped turning to focus on the recent debut of Caitlyn Jenner, the Olympic athlete formerly known as Bruce. Jenner, the ex-husband of Kris Jenner and stepfather to Kim Kardashian, took a bold step in announcing her completed transition into the woman she always felt she was. She posed on the cover of Vanity Fair to premiere her new identity. This a monumental step forward for the transgender community that many hope will help foster increased tolerance in society. While this is a positive development, the degree of media attention devoted to the celebrity news story left many other equally important stories ignored.
While the world was debating whether or not it was Jenner’s right to become a woman, here are ten significant stories that deserve equal, if not more, attention:
1. Rand Paul received widespread coverage for delaying the Patriot Act’s renewal at the end of May. As a result of his filibuster and congressional inaction, the Patriot Act and its Section 215—one of the NSA’s justifications for bulk data collection—expired on Monday. Though this was lauded as a victory, this week the Senate pushed through the USA Freedom Act, selling it as a bill to respect the privacy of Americans. In actuality, it renews and arguably strengthensthe government surveillance apparatus.
2. On Tuesday, news broke that the FBI has been conducting warrantless surveillance across the United States using a fleet of planes disguised as private aircrafts. It was responsible for mysterious planes flying over the Baltimore protests in May and surveilled as many as 40,000 people in one flight over Anaheim, California. In similar news, it was revealed this week that a single local police department conducted over 300 warrantless searches using highly secretive and controversial Stingray technology.
3. This week, NBC was caught manipulating footage of a witness interview to make the police shooting of unarmed college student, Feras Morad, seem less sinister to its audience. His death was one of nearly 400 police killings logged this year, alone.
4. In what appears to be good news, Congress moved this week to require police to report all killings and uses of force committed on duty. There has previously been no requirement and only 750 of 17,000 police departments voluntarily report such data. The law also requires reporting of police deaths on duty (this was already codified in alaw passed in May) but nevertheless, signifies a growing shift toward police accountability.
6. A “high value” Guantanamo detainee, Majid Khan, alleged this week that he was tortured by CIA agents with tactics worse than previously revealed. Though the Senate’s December torture report detailed gruesome techniques including forced rectal feeding and sleep deprivation, Khan claims he was sexually abused, hung nude from beams, and had his genitals dipped in ice water—among other offenses.
7. In a continuing, unsettling pattern, three more stories came to light of bankers meeting their death. The executive of American Express died mysteriously on an international flight while another jumped off the 24th floor of his apartment building in an apparent drug-induced suicide. Another story released this week detailed a Goldman Sachs employee found dead in her car in April. They join a growing list of bankers whose lives have ended prematurely.
8. In an all too common pattern, news surfaced this week that local police in Palm Beach, Florida engaged in illicit activity. As Anti-Media reported, “At least one minor and at least one sex-worker were invited to a private party on a golf course that was held by members of the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Department in 2012. Witnesses reported that members of the party were openly using cocaine and that the woman who attended the party was walking around the golf course fully nude.” This parallels the DEA’s recent drug cartel-funded prostitute party scandal as well as a plethora of cases where police use and sell “illicit” substances.
9. In a “once-in-a-century” discovery, archeologists in Russia discovered 2,400-year-old golden bongs. They contained trace amounts of opium and marijuana, suggesting (as the Palm Beach cop cocaine soiree does) that seeking altered states of consciousness is not a crime, but human nature. The findings further prove the failed war on drugs to be futile and obsolete.
10. A declassified Pentagon report revealed this week that Western governments helped to create ISIS, the infamous terrorist organization. According to the Defense Intelligence Agency report, “US and other western governments allied themselves with al-Qaeda and other Islamic extremist groups to oust Syrian dictator Bashir al-Assad. They suspected the consequences of this tactic would lead to the rise of an ‘Islamic State.’”
While Caitlyn Jenner’s transition into femininity is a newsworthy and ultimately positive story, the media’s incessant focus on celebrity gossip leaves a vast majority of relevant stories on the sidelines. If in a matter of several days this many stories could go uncovered by the mainstream media, consider how many have been sacrificed over the years in the name of covering celebrity deaths, weddings, breakdowns, and divorces—which come without the social progress of Caitlyn’s debut.
SHARE THIS ARTICLE…
Rand Paul was correct on Meet the Press today, “The Clinton’s think they are above the law.” The sad part, they have been.