Facing increased criticism from the EU and Libyan officials being paid by the EU to keep North African economic migrants from crossing the Mediterranean, Doctors Without Borders has temporarily shut down their North African ferry services. Under the auspices of generous NGO funding, the globalist organization transported thousands of economic migrants from North Africa to the EU so far this year by transferring small groups onto their bigger ships for the journey across the sea. However, the EU is overflowing with the migrant arrivals, and without the billions of dollars from U.S. pledges via the Paris Climate Treaty even liberal
So the american tax payers were going to pay for support of these millions of Muslims cretins Europe is importing. The Paris Climate Treaty was really just a shakedown of the American treasury to support the EU leftist idiocy?
Thank God President Trump saw right through that scam!
High-ranking officials at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) gave left-leaning groups a disproportionate amount of assistance compared to right-leaning groups in 2014, emails obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation show. The preferential treatment transpired during a period when the public could post comments on the FCC’s forum for the net neutrality debate. Both major sides of the policy battle rushed to post as many remarks as possible in an attempt to show its viewpoint was more widely held. But some employees at the FCC worked overtime to tip the scale in favor of proponents of net neutrality by constantly accommodating
Houston was hit hard by the recent storm and subsequent flooding and Harris County is still working hard to recover. Here is a photo sent out by the Harris County Sheriff’s office of a deputy finally succumbing to the need for rest after spending the previous twelve hours doing all he could to help others. The photo is now going viral – as it should. RESPECT.
Libel law is dead in America. You can falsely claim with impunity that a woman incited a mass murder. From Editor and Publisher: A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by the former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin against the New York Times, saying Ms. Palin’s complaint failed to show that a mistake in an editorial was made maliciously. “What we have here is an editorial, written and rewritten rapidly in order to voice an opinion on an immediate event of importance, in which are included a few factual inaccuracies somewhat pertaining to Mrs. Palin that are very
How high and mighty the pundits and politicians sounded after Charlottesville. How dare President Trump say many sides were responsible? But now as the violence from the leftist Antifa group escalates and shows what the anti-Trump resistance really is about, my oh my, are they bailing. Yep. Normalizing violence is no game. (Snip)Hillary lackey and Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia now says: “I disavow anyone — we won’t tolerate violence of any kind. You’re entitled to protest. First Amendment certainly protected. As I’ve said after Charlottesville, anyone who came to our state, anyone who committed violence, on any side,
Mexico’s Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo has a different perspective today than prior to the beginning of NAFTA renegotiation. Before NAFTA round #1 began Minister Guajardo stated angrily if the U.S. did not concede to the demands of Mexico his government would flood the U.S. with drugs and illegal aliens. However, in the face of actually seeing NAFTA discussions possibly leading to collapse, Mr. Guajardo has a change in tone. The minister is looking at alternatives, bi-lateral trade deal options are analyzed, and the reality of the Mexican economic position is settling in.
Things are going swimmingly, strategically, seemingly according to plan. When the full measure of history allows time to review, observers will note the strategic victory was achieved on August 5th, 2017; that’s the original date when Russia and China agreed to the U.N. Security Council sanctions against North Korea. That first, historic, Russia and China U.N. Security Council vote against North Korea came as a result of eight months of assembled economic leverage created by President Donald Trump. As a result of this ongoing strategy, every time North Korea’s Kim Jong-un takes an action, President Trump hits China’s Xi Jinping with
Amid the turbulence of the past few weeks, it has been President Trump who has kept his head while others have lost theirs. Trump may be the one man in America who can detoxify racial relations—I mean actually do it, not exploit them in the mode of Black Lives Matter or Al Sharpton. Let us first be clear: No one on the political Left can possibly succeed in easing racial tensions. Their identity politics approach has played itself out beyond the limits of absurdity. (Snip)Trump’s approach to this issue is the only method that can redirect this country to a politics of
The catastrophic flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey isn´t over yet. On Tuesday morning there was a breach in one of the levees in Brazoria County, located just south of Houston. Brazoria County officials responded to the failure in the Columbia Lakes levee by bluntly urging anyone still in the area to get out immediately. This comes after the Brazos River rose to historic levels on Monday, a development that made it highly likely the levee would hold for the duration of the Harvey flooding. The area endangered is West Columbia, a town of about 4,000 people located about 60 miles outside
Tropical Storm Harvey will continue to bring torrential rain to parts of storm-weary Texas and Louisiana the next several days. (MORE: Hurricane Central | Comprehensive Forecast | Latest Impacts | How You Can Help Victims) Here are the key things we know right know about Harvey. 1. It´s moving, and is offshore. After virtually stalling out this past weekend, the center of Harvey is on the move, and is just off the Texas Gulf Coast. It´s still moving slower than your average tropical cyclone, but at least it is now moving.(Snip)3. More heavy rain is ahead. Unfortunately, more heavy rain
KINGWOOD, Texas - A group of local law enforcement officers and other volunteers were rescuing stranded residents Tuesday in Kingwood. The crew of 16 took off Monday afternoon heading to Conroe and the Woodlands area to assist in rescue efforts. Tuesdays morning they rescued a couple and their two Labrador retrievers near Highway 59 in Kingwood after the couple’s son flagged them down. They also found a grandmother, mother, a 5-year-old and their dog who were shouting for help as they were leaving. They had been waiting for help since Sunday night in the neighborhood where water reached and in some cases covered the
During his speech in Phoenix on Tuesday night, Donald Trump spat out the nickname “antifa,” short for “anti-fascist” but also a reference to a particular strand of aggressive left-wing activism. In Mr. Trump’s telling, the presence of antifa activists during the violence in Charlottesville, Va., this month was evidence that the far left is just as violent as the far right: “You know, they show up in the helmets and the black masks, and they’ve got clubs and they’ve got everything.” Surrogates have aped Mr. Trump’s “blame both sides” rhetoric; overnight, antifa — and its assumed synonym, “alt-left” — have
The Washington Post last week published an op-ed by John Danforth, a former U.S. senator from Missouri. His piece—“The real reason Trump is not a Republican”—is another unwanted visit into the banal, detached mind of an anti-Trump Republican. Danforth, an octogenarian who began his political career the year I was born (1968), mutters and sputters about how Trump is the most divisive political figure since George Wallace and that the GOP has been “corrupted by this hateful man.” (Of course, lots of people such as Andrea Mitchell, Jake Tapper and Mark Halperin—who long ago stopped caring what John Danforth had to
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are on their way to Texas to survey the storm-ravaged Gulf and meet with relief providers. They´ll make two flights, one to Corpus Christi and one to Austin, this afternoon before their return to Washington. In both cities, they´ll receive briefings on the storm´s impact from area officials. At their second stop, in the state´s capital city, the president and first lady will tour the Texas public safety department´s emergency operations center. The president and first lady left the White House this morning just after 8:30 am for Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, he in
Melania Trump is the kind of woman who travels to a flood-ravaged state in a pair of black snakeskin stilettos. Heels this high are not practical. But Trump is not the kind of woman who has to be practical. Heels this high are not comfortable. Comfort is not the point. Neither hers nor yours. (Snip) Trump’s fashionable ensemble was defined by its contradictions. She was wearing a working man’s jacket but it was juxtaposed with sexy limousine shoes. The trousers and the top were basic black — utilitarian. The oversize aviator sunglasses were Hollywood. It’s an image that would have
Hillary Clinton’s case isn’t interesting enough to the public to justify releasing the FBI’s files on her, the bureau said this week in rejecting an open-records request by a lawyer seeking to have the former secretary of state punished for perjury. Ty Clevenger, the lawyer, has been trying to get Mrs. Clinton and her personal lawyers disbarred for their handling of her official emails during her time as secretary of state. He’s met with resistance among lawyers, and now his request for information from the FBI’s files has been shot down. “You have not sufficiently demonstrated that the public’s interest in disclosure
Rev. Al Sharpton led several thousand ministers in a march through Washington, D.C. on Monday to protest the Trump administration and white supremacy. The event, entitled "One Thousand Ministers March for Justice," was scheduled on the 54th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.´s March on Washington and his "I Have a Dream" speech. Over 3,000 ministers representing a range of faiths registered to join the march from the MLK, Jr. Memorial to the Department of Justice, according to Politico. The march was spearheaded by Sharpton, who also made political remarks that addressed what he called "immoral" actions happening in the
Hillary Clinton will be back in the spotlight this fall for an unprecedented, big-ticket book tour for her new tome What Happened, with tickets priced as high as $1,200. On Monday, the ex-Democratic nominee announced ´Hillary Clinton Live,´ a 15-city tour, which includes stops in a handful of states she lost in the election last year. Promotional materials for her first stop, at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., promises Clinton plans to ´let loose´ and tell her audience a ´personal, raw, detailed and surprisingly funny story´ of her election loss and recovery. Scroll down for video (Photos) The website
Proving they are the opposition party, journalists completely switched complaints when it comes to the subject of Republican presidents and Hurricanes. While reporters spun George W. Bush as callously staying away from Hurricane Katrina, MSNBC’s Katy Turn on Monday whined about Hurricane Harvey: “[Donald Trump is] going to Texas tomorrow and there´s real concern that his going there is going to have to divert, at least a little bit, some resources away from the rescue effort and toward him.” Talking to ex-Congressman Tom Davis, she chided, “The President is going to Corpus Christi and he will be diverting at the
Protesters are planning a march starting from Charlottesville, Virginia to Washington, D.C. to fight white supremacy and demand that President Trump be removed from office. "The March to Confront White Supremacy" will spend ten days starting on Monday, August 28 travelling to the nation´s capitol and then occupy it with non-violent demonstrations. "For years, white supremacist violence, rhetoric, and policies have escalated and intensified – exploding during Donald Trump’s run for president and reaching a boiling point in Charlottesville," the website for the event reads.
President Donald Trump has defended his decision to pardon former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio by listing past controversial presidential pardons or commutations — and in the process mislabeled Chelsea Manning as a “he”. (Snip) In addition to Ms Manning, Mr Trump referenced Marc Rich — an investor who received a pardon from former President Bill Clinton on his last day in office — and Oscar Lopez Rivera — a Puerto Rican activist and militant whose sentence was commuted by Mr Obama. Mr Arpaio received his presidential pardon last week, after being convicted for defying a judge’s order to tell his sheriff
Many on the left are starting to see the goons of Antifa as the menace they are. Too bad the Berkeley, Calif., Police Department remains clueless. The college town saw a large Rally Against Hate on Sunday, initially planned as a response to a right-wing demonstration that wound up canceled over security concerns. A few pro-Trumpers and other miscellaneous rightists still turned out to show their flags — and so did the ninja-wannabes. Yet when hundreds of masked, armored thugs arrived in quasi-military formation, carrying shields banned under police rules, the cops were ordered to retreat. Some 400 officers from the Berkeley, Oakland,
If people don’t want to go to the movies, you can’t stop them. That’s the worst decline in modern times and the first time since 2006 that midyear movie box office failed to reach $4 billion. Summer totals will probably limp in around $3.7 billion, which still seems like a fortune to us schlumps who are balking at paying $13 or more for a worn seat on a sticky floor and twice as much for a popcorn and drink. Summer attendance, experts say, is certain to be the worst in a quarter-century and maybe you can guess what that means
A federal judge has dismissed Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against The New York Times for publishing an editorial linking her to the shooting of former Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords. In an opinion filed in the U.S. District Court of Southern New York on Tuesday, Judge Jed Rakoff said that while The Times did not defame Palin because the newspaper “very rapidly corrected” the inaccurate parts of the editorial, which was published in response to a left-wing activist shooting Republican members of Congress during a baseball practice for the annual Congressional baseball game. In the original version of the piece, The
Incumbent Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) is underwater badly in his home state, with just 21 percent of Arizona Republicans supporting him for reelection against challenger Dr. Kelli Ward—who gets 47 percent support—per a new poll from JMC Analytics. Arizona Senate Executive Summary by Breitbart News on Scribd (Poll) The poll, provided to Breitbart News ahead of its public release by JMC Analytics’ John Couvillon, shows Flake in almost irreparable shape ahead of his reelection bid in 2018. That an incumbent U.S. Senator like Flake could be polling as low as 21 percent in his own primary, while a challenger like Ward