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Spike Bull 11-Jul-18
JTV 11-Jul-18
Spike Bull 11-Jul-18
slade 26-Aug-18
JTV 27-Aug-18
JL 27-Aug-18
Spike Bull 27-Aug-18
bigswivle 27-Aug-18
slade 27-Aug-18
Trax 27-Aug-18
slade 27-Aug-18
Bowfreak 27-Aug-18
HA/KS 27-Aug-18
JL 27-Aug-18
bigswivle 27-Aug-18
JL 28-Aug-18
slade 28-Aug-18
bigswivle 28-Aug-18
JL 28-Aug-18
slade 28-Aug-18
JTV 30-Aug-18
MF 30-Aug-18
Trax 30-Aug-18
kentuckbowhnter 30-Aug-18
slade 30-Aug-18
Annony Mouse 30-Aug-18
Spike Bull 31-Aug-18
bigeasygator 31-Aug-18
bigeasygator 31-Aug-18
slade 31-Aug-18
Annony Mouse 31-Aug-18
11-Jul-18

Spike Bull 's Link
Thank God these people are paying attention!!!

".... is a globalist movement, its implementation is through local ordinances, usually by policymakers who are ignorant of the ultimate goal. As property-rights advocate Tom DeWeese wrote, “On the local level, this translates into planning policy that controls energy use and the efforts to cut down on the use of cars, enforcement of the building of expensive light rail train systems and bike paths, and the installation of smart meters, etc.”

Of course, people are not going to curtail their lifestyles, unless they are either forced to do so, or they are frightened into doing so. That is the main driver behind global-warming scares or climate-change frights, which go against what unbiased observations show every day (for instance, as ice sheets have slowly receded in recent decades, we have found the remains of forests that grew during both the Medieval and Roman Warm Periods, meaning those two periods were warmer than now despite the lack of large-scale human carbon dioxide releases at those times). The scares go like this: If human activity is destroying the planet, then we need to accept more mass transit, smaller dwellings, and decreased use of air conditioning, energy, and water — and more controls and limits on our lives by unaccountable government entities.

In order to get controls established, globalists have chosen to take several routes toward the end goal, both coercive and voluntary. In order to obtain voluntary concessions, proponents of these ideas find the public-education system quite useful to first indoctrinate kids coercively, through such schemes as “Common Core.” In other words, the same basic “standards” promoting radical environmentalism and acceptance of a lower standard of living are taught in all schools in America through a Common Core curriculum. (But as is the case with Agenda 21, proponents deceitfully argue that Common Core is not a national curriculum, but locally adopted “standards.” While some of the “standards” are unobjectionable, others are designed to promote a progressive or left-wing agenda. Education thus becomes indoctrination.) This makes Agenda 21 hard to fight: There is a high level of buy-in by the masses.

But Alabama was the first state to enact a law against any city implementing Agenda 21. In other words, had the city council passed the new ordinance, it would have placed them in violation of state law. And that is one of the facts that opponents keyed in upon to defeat this ordinance."

More at the link!

From: JTV
11-Jul-18
oh no, it has "The John Birch Society" in the article... you gonna catch hell now ...

11-Jul-18
Hahahahaaa! I say bring it!

Over the years I have discovered a real lot about J. Birch and the society which is so much better than the impressions I grew up with.

From: slade
26-Aug-18
The Atlanta Fed released their projection for US GDP as of August 24th and the results are very good for Americans –

The GDPNow model estimate for real GDP growth (seasonally adjusted annual rate) in the third quarter of 2018 is 4.6 percent on August 24, up from 4.3 percent on August 16. After yesterday’s releases on new-home sales and costs from the U.S. Census Bureau, the nowcast of third-quarter real residential investment growth increased from -4.5 percent to -1.1 percent. After this morning’s advance durable manufacturing report from the Census Bureau, the nowcast of third-quarter real nonresidential equipment investment growth increased from 6.4 percent to 7.5 percent and the nowcast of the contribution of inventory investment to third-quarter real GDP growth increased from 1.92 percentage points to 2.03 percentage points.

From: JTV
27-Aug-18

JTV's Link
WINNING !! ... Deal reached with Mexico and NAFTA

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/08/27/us-mexico-reach-tentative-new-nafta-deal-sources-say.html

btw, the DOW is now up 220 pts as of this time on this news ...... over 26K

From: JL
27-Aug-18
John Roberts is reporting the tentative deal is a re-work of the existing NAFTA deal and is only between the US and Mexico. Nothing has been done with Canada yet although it puts alot of pressure on Canada now. The stock market is bumping up.

27-Aug-18
Yes, a better deal with Mexico puts additional leverage on Canada. Trump does negotiate well!

From: bigswivle
27-Aug-18
Not a win for me. No change in terms of Mexico flooding the markets with produce. What a joke. Will be looking for a new line of work.

From: slade
27-Aug-18
NAFTA No More: President Trump Announces United States-Mexico Trade Agreement

From: Trax
27-Aug-18
President Trump continues to work for we the people. The Democraps have absolutely no platform, they have no ideas. They are in a panic with President Trump's win after win for America. That's WITHOUT his own Party or Congress aiding him! The only thing the Democraps have to say is in regards to the witch hunt in their attempt to weaken or bring down what's looking like the greatest president this great nation has ever known in modern times. Thank you President Trump!

Stay tuned stinking liberals and assorted socialists, much more winning coming from President Trump! 6 1/2 years worth!

From: slade
27-Aug-18

slade's Link
‘It Is the Era of Trump’: How the President Is Remaking the Republican Party President Trump’s critics are leaving the scene, and his successful primary endorsements are bringing in a new crowd

From: Bowfreak
27-Aug-18
I'm still not tired of it.....

From: HA/KS
27-Aug-18
"Not a win for me. ........ Will be looking for a new line of work."

Inevitable fact about change - winners and losers.

I don't know enough about the history or particulars of this issue to take a side - just stating a fact.

From: JL
27-Aug-18
""Not a win for me. No change in terms of Mexico flooding the markets with produce. What a joke. Will be looking for a new line of work. ""

I don't know the particulars either. Do you know that is what will happen to the point it will put you out of work?

From: bigswivle
27-Aug-18
Mexico has increased there vegetable production over the last few years to where it has become increasingly difficult to just compete in the market with them. Grower representatives have told us that this deal will not do anything to control/tax/regulate vegetable exports from Mexico. Like the above poster said “winners and losers” in every “deal” Not gonna hang my head about it, should be an opportunity to pursue something else. With the labor and regulation challenges we face just in FL, it’s not worth the money/risk to fight it anymore.

From: JL
28-Aug-18
That's a bummer. I'm originally born and raised in Florida. I know around the area I'm from alot of farmers bring in migrants for the harvest. I wonder if they will loose their jobs too?

From: slade
28-Aug-18
South African Parliament Withdraws Bill to Steal White Owned Land Following President Trump’s Tweet

From: bigswivle
28-Aug-18
JL

H2A workers labor rate is about 13$ an hr, a good picker in Mexico makes 5$ a day. I had domestic labor picking tomatoes for me that we’re making 20-25$ an hr.

From: JL
28-Aug-18
$20-$25 to pick tomato's?? That sounds like high wages for pickers?

From: slade
28-Aug-18
Aluminum Mill to Bring 550 Jobs Back to Kentucky Town Crippled by Free Trade

From: JTV
30-Aug-18

JTV's Link
well well... it now looks like CanaDuh is now getting aboard the Trump Train ...

https://constitution.com/trudeau-announces-that-canucks-could-jump-on-trump-trade-train-by-friday/

From: MF
30-Aug-18
Just had family in from North Platte for son's wedding. Railroad can't hire enough, offering sign on bonuses, advertising everywhere. Coal is starting to roll again. I would visit years ago and you would hear the trains constantly then it dried up under odipwad.

From: Trax
30-Aug-18
Just one year and a half and look at all the great accomplishments from taxes to jobs to energy to regulations etc etc. In a year and a half! The second biggest accomplishment though was in the two Supreme Court Justices soon to be on the bench along with the conservative federal judges, and more to come. That leads to the biggest accomplishment, which is to set the America hating socialists and the blind dumb sheep liberals back a decade or more! Thank you President Trump!

30-Aug-18
two more justices for Trump and it will stop the crazies from their twisted view of America for a long time.

From: slade
30-Aug-18
Jobless Claims Lower than Expected, Four Week Average Hits Lowest Level Since 1969

From: Annony Mouse
30-Aug-18
LOL: Anti-Free-Trade Trump's Hardball Positioning Forces Europe to Offer to Cut Its Automoblie Tariffs From 10% to Zero Percent (If the US Reciprocates)

The US only imposes 2.5% tariffs on most vehicles. Thought it imposes a much stiffer 25% tariff on light trucks. I don't know if the EU makes many of those, though.

It's almost as if refusing to play the sap for someone treating you unfairly sometimes forces them to start treating you more fairly.

31-Aug-18
Funny how that works!

Incentivize someone to bend you over and guess what, they DO!!

From: bigeasygator
31-Aug-18

bigeasygator's Link
More “winning”!

“This is the first of potentially many vehicles that will disappear from the U.S. market,” she said. “The threat or the imposition of a 20 to 25 percent tariff — a high tariff — will limit consumer choices and raise prices in the US.”

From: bigeasygator
31-Aug-18

bigeasygator's Link
And as far as the tariffs being removed on European “light trucks” (a category that includes pickup trucks, sport-utility vehicles, and big vans), yes, they make a fair amount of those and yes, they’re basically cut off from the biggest market for those. I would guess going to a zero tariff model (which we should!) would have a bigger negative impact on American car manufacturers than it would on European car manufacturers.

From: slade
31-Aug-18
Let the American worker east cake, we need more cars from China cries the socialist.

From: Annony Mouse
31-Aug-18
From AOS:

With McConnell Cancelling the August Recess, Senate Democrats Surrender on 7 Judicial Appointments, Agree to Another 8 Next Week —Ace of Spades

Either confirm these judges or you won't be going home to campaign to save your seats.

The Senate reached a deal Tuesday to swiftly confirm seven federal district court judges, helping President Donald Trump put an enduring stamp on the U.S. judiciary.

...

They will shape U.S law for generations, as most are in their 40s or 50s. They were chosen with input from the Federalist Society, a group of conservative judicial advocates who want to curtail the federal government's powers. Liberal groups have countered that Trump’s judges will endanger economic regulations, civil rights laws, health care access and women’s reproductive rights.

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Eight more of Trump’s district court nominees are set for confirmation next week, said McConnell’s deputy chief of staff, Don Stewart.

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