2016 US elections

The Liberal Media vs President Trump

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2017-04-19 12:12

From Newsbusters.org ...

As President Trump approaches the end of his first 100 days in office, he has received by far the most hostile press treatment of any incoming American president, with the broadcast networks punishing him with coverage that has been 89% negative. The networks largely ignored important national priorities such as jobs and the fight against ISIS, in favor of a news agenda that has been dominated by anti-Trump controversies and which closely matches what would be expected from an opposition party

This is just what I was telling John Friend in our podcast (see next post below) on Monday. It is a phenomenon that has not been seen before in my lifetime to this degree. The actual opposition party - the Democrats - would be 100% negative! You can continue reading this important article here.

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Now everyone is comparing President Trump to Andrew Jackson

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2017-01-26 20:34

OVER 3 MONTHS AGO, ON OCT. 4, 2016, I made this post about Donald Trump, who was not yet elected, as being most comparable to the 7th US president, Andrew Jackson. I had not seen anyone else make that comparison, but it occurred to me in a strong way and I followed my inspiration. I was certainly prescient since now, only one week after Trump's inaugaration, everyone and his brother is comparing our 45th president to Andrew Jackson.

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Donald Trump is our Andrew Jackson

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2016-10-04 13:56

 

FORGET RONALD REAGAN. TRUMP IS BIGGER AND BOLDER in his views and potential as a change-maker than our 40th president ever was. If elected, Trump will be equal to no less than our 7th president, the great Andrew Jackson.

John Lewis an example of why Congress should have term limits

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2017-01-15 13:53

Black on Black - Presidential Medal of Freedom awarded to John Lewis by Barack Obama in 2011. This gives Lewis the right to speak out with "moral authority."


by Carolyn Yeager

IF WE DON'T HAVE TO WATCH WHAT WE SAY about our new president-elect, who was just selected by 63,000,000 Americans in a national election, why should we have to watch what we say about a single congressman who represents only 170,000 who voted for him, uncontested, in one district of the state of Georgia. The 5th congressional district John Lewis is elected from is 60% African-American, assuring him of re-election every time (because Blacks overwhelmingly vote for their own race).

I live in Texas. I don't give a fig about John Lewis in Georgia or what he thinks. I am White, so I also don't give a fig about all the drama he helped create back in the 1960's in Selma, Alabama. And, yes, I was aware of it at the time. Lewis was head of the communist "Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee" (SNCC - pronounced "Snick"). From my point of view, John Lewis did damage to the country I live in, and to my way of life. I don't have to respect him just because the elite media decided to adopt the civil rights movement as a sacred chapter in U.S. history and to protectively surround all involved with political correctness.

Donald Trump should apologize to supporters for calling them “violent, vicious”

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-12-17 10:59

President-elect Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a rally in Orlando, Florida on Dec. 16, 2016 as part of his post-election "Thank You Tour".


by Carolyn Yeager

LAST NIGHT IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA, our president-elect actually said to his enthusiastic base of loyal supporters who had gathered by the thousands to show their love and appreciation for him:

“You people were vicious, violent, screaming 'Where's the wall, we want the wall' … screaming 'Prison, prison, lock her up,' I mean you are going crazy, I mean you were nasty and mean and vicious, and you wanted to win, right?

Now, same crowd … now, it's much different. Now, you're laid back, you're cool, you're mellow, right? You're basking in the glory of victory, and we're already getting to work.”

The Trump-Romney Question

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-11-30 23:14

The expressions in this photograph are priceless.


By Carolyn Yeager

I HAVEN'T SEEN ANYONE BRING UP WHAT SEEMS OBVIOUS TO ME. Donald Trump is working to bridge the gap between Mitt Romney and himself as part of his stated goal to unite the Republican party behind him. Romney, as his most vociferous critic, and also the highest status person in that wing of the party, can bring all other “Never Trumpers” around with him.

Trump's goal is to unite the entire country behind him. He's starting with the Republican party and with the party's former top Republican, Romney, by dangling in front of him the prestigious Secretary of State position. Brilliant? Certainly. We the people, and certainly we who have been Trump supporters from the beginning need to stop second-guessing our man and instead sit back and enjoy what he is unfolding before our wondering eyes. It's great and it's going to get even greater!

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USHMM takes on the Alt-Right

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-11-23 22:22

Richard Spencer, Jared Taylor and Kevin MacDonald talking about White people's interests in relation to Pres-elect Donald Trump inspires images like this to the United States Holocaust Museum staff.


Hadding Scott has posted a good article at the CODOH website in response to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's over-reaction by Andrew Hollinger concerning Richard Spencer's Saturday night NPI conference in Washington D.C. Hadding writes:

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is obviously not just a museum, but has a mission of political propaganda in service to specifically Jewish interests. On Monday, 21 November 2016, the museum issued a public condemnation of statements reported to have been made by Richard Spencer in a speech at a conference of his National Policy Institute two days earlier, just a short distance from the USHMM. The museum declared itself “deeply alarmed” and called for action.

The text of the declaration makes clear that the author of the museum's proclamation did not even bother to make a careful determination of what Spencer had said, but simply trusted accounts given by news-media. The USHMM really did not have to rely on press-reports, since the conference was streamed live on YouTube, and the content was accessible immediately afterward. Because the USHMM relied on news-media, its account of what Spencer said is not entirely accurate. Continue reading at Codoh.com

Update: I'm independent again!

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-11-19 16:09

I am walking with a cane (like the one picutred at right) and can drive now. On Wednesday morning, the day before Thanksgiving, I'll be walking out my front door, down the porch steps, down the walkway to my car which is temporarily, for convenience sake, parked at the end of it. I'll drive the six-eight miles down the local “highway” to Kerrville, take the cut-off road to the southeast section of town where the hospital and my surgeon's office is (and the post office where I have some mail waiting) for my first out-patient appointment with him. I will get out of my car and walk into his office, unassisted. How exciting is that!

A new direction for America, and for me, personally

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2016-11-13 11:15

Donald Trump gives a victory speech at around 3 am on November 9th, surrounded by his family and top aides/surrogates. Congratulations, Mr. President-elect!!!!!! photo credit: Just Jared


Hello friends,

It's nice to be back. You may have noticed I have not posted anything anywhere since Oct. 23. But I want to begin this post by acknowledging my total elation at the election of Donald Trump, which I see as the greatest gift I could possibly receive. What a relief – and for the next four years I'll have the pleasure of watching this man act in our interests to reverse the terrible decisions and actions that have been put into place in our country. Yes, now I feel it is my country and I'm proud to be an American – not something I have particularly felt much during my lifetime.

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Former US Attorney: Both Clinton and Comey have committed prosecutable crimes while in office

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2016-10-23 23:17

Joe diGenova is a former US Attorney for the District of Columbia.


In an exclusive 26-minute video interview for The Daily Caller News Foundation, Joe diGenova answers questions about Clinton corruption regarding her emails, James Comey's "fake" investigation and failure to recommend prosecution of Clinton, and the very recent Project Veritas video by James O’Keefe featuring DNC contractors explaining their dirty practices to foment violence at Trump events. DiGenova claims it all comprises criminal activity and that President Barack Obama’s Department of Justice has “created a double standard for justice – one for the Clintons and one for the little guy.”

It's very informative and important to understand, so if you haven't yet seen it, you must go over to The Daily Caller and watch it now, preferably full screen. This former prosecutor doesn't mince words, for example, he calls FBI Director James Comey a “dirty cop.”

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Another woman accuses Bill Clinton of sexual assault

Published by admin on Thu, 2016-10-20 09:24

This is the video of Leslie Millwee describing her experience as a 20-year-old with Governor of Arkansas Bill Clinton in 1980.


By Carolyn Yeager

A NEW BILL CLINTON ACCUSER HAS COME FORTH, which should give one pause about a Clinton presidential team taking officethat is, the governing team of Hillary and Bill.

Leslie Millwee, a married woman with children, appears in a video with Aaron Klein, recounting how Bill Clinton took advantage of her in a small editing room when she was a 20-year-old reporter. Millwee was working for a television news station in 1980 in the Fort Smith/Fayetteville, Arkansas market area. She said Clinton singled her out, calling her “pretty girl,” touching her and often asking after her at the station by name. Three times, she said, he came up behind her as she sat in an editing room chair and held her while he rubbed his genitals against the back of her neck. He eventually knocked on the door of her apartment one night, asking to be let in, she recounted, but she did not speak or open the door.

 
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