US elections

President Trump fights back

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2021-01-17 15:21

... you didn't think he wouldn't, did you?

President Donald Trump inspects the newest section of the U.S.-Mexico border wall, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021, in Alamo, Texas.


by Carolyn Yeager

IN THESE FINAL DAYS, the Trump White House has been compiling a list of the president's accomplishments during his 4 year term. I'm really glad they have. It will be handy when responding to those misguided Trump-bashers who love to say, “Trump didn't do anything for white people.”

Trump has accomplished a lot, with no group or class of people left out. That's what a President is supposed to do and must do. Just watch how Joe Biden will leave out benefitting white working people and conservatives in blatant fashion. Then those critics might appreciate Trump as they should. I copied this list from The Gateway Pundit.com and am publishing it here to keep it in one more secure place. But because it's so long, I didn't list all the specifics under every category.

What does “of the people, by the people, for the people” mean?

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2021-01-12 00:24

The Gadsden Flag was named after American general and politician Christopher Gadsden (1724–1805), who designed it in 1775 during the American Revolution. It was used by the Continental Marines and is often used in the United States by conservatives as a symbol for limited government.


By Carolyn Yeager

IT SURE DOESN'T MEAN of, by and for Nancy Pelosi of San Francisco.

Who are 'the people' that this country exists for? Those who came to Washington DC on January 6 in the hundreds of thousands to express their support for their president Donald J. Trump are some of those people. But all we hear, read or see since Jan. 6 is that Donald Trump is a madman, a would-be dictator who must be driven from office immediately before he carries out any more mad adventures, and these hundreds of thousands of 'the people' are deluded domestic terrorists who must now be more strongly surveilled, rebuked and as many as possible put in prison.

Why Trump will remain the linchpin of the anti-globalist, nationalist Resistance

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2020-12-17 15:04

Part of the crowd at a Trump 2020 pre-election rally in Nevada. Trump is key to the new White/European Resistance and cannot be dismissed; in fact, he must be embraced wholeheartedly.


Dear Readers,

I'm reposting the article below by Tom Sunic that I just read on the Occidental Observer webzine, because I agree with it so very much. I've known Tom Sunic since 2010 and this is the best I've read from him—likely the only piece I've ever totally agreed with. That is in spite of the fact that Tom and I probably see eye-to-eye on all important issues, but Tom, in my estimation, hasn't wanted to go too far out on a limb lest he lose his academic opportunities. It's always seemed to me that he hedges, if only just a little bit. In this essay, however, he lays it out in plain language, and I applaud him for it. It deserve wide reading. -cy

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The Political Theology of White Guilt: Trump as a Threat to the EU's Post-WWII Narrative

December 17, 2020/by Tom Sunic, Ph.D.

The presidential postelection period unfolding now in the US is having a big impact on the political class in Europe. Historically speaking this is nothing new. Every politician in Europe knows that any major political change in the US is bound to have, the day after, an effect on his own decision-making policy and likely determine the time span of his career. This mode of mandatory pro-American mimicry among European politicians has been playing out in full force since 1945.

Joe Biden: A fundamentally dishonest person

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2020-12-04 14:47

By Carolyn Yeager

Biden, on Thursday, also said he planned to ask Americans to wear a mask for 100 days, starting the day of his inauguration – Jan. 20, 2021 – in order to drive down the number of coronavirus cases.

"The first day I'm inaugurated I'm going to ask the public for 100 days to mask," Biden said. "Just 100, not forever — 100 days.”

"I think we'll see a significant reduction that occurs with vaccinations and masking to drive down the numbers considerably.”  Fox News, Thursday, 12-3

WITH THIS, Joe Biden is trying to include himself in bringing about the end of the China Virus scourge by joining together his signature 'mask mandate' with the Trump-driven early vaccines, hoping to get credit in typical Biden family dishonesty for what was only Donald Trump's achievement. Clearly a gimmick designed to give an illusion of "substance" to JB's inauguaration speech, because, really, what can he possibly say to appear to be headed in a positive direction? In truth, he's the front man for a third Obama administration.

Don't be bamboozled into thinking you have to accept Joe Biden as the president

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2020-11-17 19:19

If you accept Joe Biden as president, remember that Kabala Harris is part of the deal. She will eventually take his place.


By Carolyn Yeager

ALL THE MAJOR NEWS OUTLETS, including Fox, are working steadily to convince us that Joe Biden has decisively won the 2020 U.S. presidential election. Not the slightest expression of doubt comes across the airwaves. The Republican party challenge to the result is reported as something that will soon be over, and none too soon.

Conversely, President Donald Trump is portrayed as an unreasoning conspiracy crackpot, refusing to see the reality that everyone else is fully aware of. His staff is depicted as having to tread carefully around him, trying to gently nudge him into acceptance of his obvious-to-everyone-else loss.

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Trump expands immigration ban to include foreign specialized workers

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2020-06-25 17:31

By Carolyn Yeager

THE NEW ORDER EXTENDS the original 60-day pause President Trump signed on April 22, and goes further by pausing new H-1B tech worker visas, H-2B seasonal worker visas, certain J work and education exchange visitor visas and L executive transfer visas. It will be in effect until the end of the year, but will not affect those who already have a visa.

Exemptions from the ban include some health care workers directly related to COVID-19, and agricultual guest-workers under H-2A. Other exemptions include those in the original green card order, including for members of the U.S. military.

Anti-German German Foreign Minister openly sides with US rioters against police

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2020-06-02 18:54

Heiko Maas, Germany's Social Democrat Foreign Minister, supports lawbreaking as long as it's done by Leftists. When it comes to what he calls the Far Right, he's for cracking down hard.


By Carolyn Yeager

THE LEFT-WING SOCIAL DEMOCRAT FOREIGN MINISTER in Germany, Heiko Maas, joins with left-wingers everywhere in criticising the behavior of law enforcement in the United States. Although the FRG (Federal Republic) is the least democratic state in Europe, with its notorious “Paragraph 130” that excludes anything related in any way to the National Socialist regime of 1933-45 from the general freedoms of speech and association guaranteed by German Basic law, Maas expressed concern for American democracy on Tuesday.

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Tuesday said peaceful protests against police brutality in the United States were "more than legitimate" and called for press freedom for those covering the demonstrations.  (Deutsche Welle.com)

Ford Motor Company has good bloodlines, says Trump

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2020-05-26 14:46

U.S. President Donald Trump speaking at the Ford Motor Company plant in Michigan on Thursday, May 21, when he amusingly brought up the "good bloodlines" in the Ford family, with Chairman Bill Ford present.


by Carolyn Yeager

THIS IS THE MOST FUN STORY TO COME UP IN A LONG TIME. I've laughed and laughed. It might as well be a satire, although it isn't. On Thursday, President Donald Trump toured a Ford Motor Company plant in Michigan where he naturally gave a speech, introduced by Ford Chairman Bill Ford - a direct descendant of founder Henry Ford.

Reading from his prepared remarks - which praised the firm for teaming up with General Electric to produce ventilators and face shields for coronavirus medical workers - Trump read “The company, founded by a man named Henry Ford,” then ad-libbed "Good bloodlines, good bloodlines." Looking up, he flashed a charming smile as he said, "If you believe in that stuff, you've got good blood." Almost chuckling, but not quite.

Talking honestly about race in America

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2019-08-01 16:54

At a hearing of his Oversight Committee, Congressman Elijah Cummings screams at Kevin McAleenan, the acting secretary of Homeland Security, about conditions for detained migrants at the southern border, sharply criticizing the secretary’s contention that his department was doing its ″level best″ to manage the situation. Yet Cummings own majority black Baltimore, Maryland district has been exposed as having miles of abandoned, rat-infested row homes filled with trash. 


By Carolyn Yeager

THE SUBJECT OF RACE HAS COME UP VERY STRONGLY with the twitter feud between a black congressman and President Donald Trump. It's hard to talk honestly about race in this country, so I think it's great that Trump has come out and said these things. He's getting plenty of criticism even from some conservatives and Republicans … although the republicans in congress have stayed quiet and that's smart, they should.

President Trump gets heat for telling the truth again—this time about race hucksters

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2019-07-29 11:00

Al Sharpton posted this picture of Trump at a NAN Convention in 2006 with a chubbier version of himself, Jessie Jackson, left, and James Brown, right.


by Carolyn Yeager

NO ONE IN HIGH OFFICE HAS EVER TAKEN ON the racial question the way Donald Trump is doing now. As our president since January 2017, he has shown amazing courage in telling the truth about the political situation in this country and never backing down to the democrats, the media and the minorities.

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