Jed Babbin, American Spectator, December 5, 2016
It may not matter who he chooses for Secretary of State — though what if it’s Dana Rohrabacher?
For all the maneuvering, scheming, pleading, and plotting to influence who president-elect Trump names as our next secretary of state, it’s probably not going to matter much. The simple reason for that is that Trump is his own messenger, and whoever he chooses to be our chief diplomat may not be much more than a harried note-carrier.
Trump has been contacting other nations’ leaders since before he was elected. He diplomatic style is reminiscent of what Winston Churchill said of John Foster Dulles: “He is the only bull who brings his own china shop with him.” That’s not necessarily bad, because American diplomacy has for eight long years been a disaster that shunned our allies, embraced our enemies, and reduced us from a superpower to a France-like also-ran.
Trump’s international relations are styled just as his campaign was. He seems to be breaking every taboo and, for the most part, getting it right. But what he’s getting wrong may come back to bite him.
In August, Mexican President Peña Nieto invited both Trump and Clinton to visit. Only Trump went. Both Trump and Peña Nieto had mild reactions to the meeting, which apparently was cordial. The border wall was mentioned, but apparently there was no agreement who’d pay for it.
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Vice-President Elect Pence Tells Congress to "Buckle Up"
In a recent meeting with Vice President-elect Mike Pence, he concluded his remarks to us by saying, “Buckle up.” Beginning in January, we will have a new President and Congress. The next hundred days will be intense. The next hundred days will create possibilities. The next hundred days will set the stage for a new architecture of government and a repurposed relationship between the people and the state.
For far too long, partisan paralysis has plagued Congress, leading to stagnation in Washington. With this historic and transformative election, the playbooks both political parties used for decades were rightfully shredded. The transition of presidential administrations has unleashed the potential for a genuine re-imagining of policy, with four relevant areas leading the way.
First, right out of the gate, Congress will launch a significant healthcare reform initiative. Current skyrocketing healthcare premiums are unsustainable. At the same time, we cannot default back to the previous arrangement, which left too many persons behind. While there might be a fierce fight on the specifics of reform proposals, broad agreement will likely coalesce around protecting persons from inhuman market forces while at the same time incentivizing the best of market innovation to spur change. Nebraskans with spiraling healthcare costs know that a new healthcare construct is needed. To address these concerns, the next approach must reinvigorate health insurance with the goals of lowering prices, protecting the sick, and improving options. The next generation health savings account will be the cornerstone of this effort, restoring relationship, responsibility, and respect as the drivers of healthcare policy.
Infowars.com - December 3, 2016
A potential pick for Donald Trump’s administration has openly criticized both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. David Knight provides analysis of secretary of treasury and secretary of state candidates.
Please continue your prayers for God's guidance in Trump's decisions. WATCH it HERE
Above: Armando Valladares is accepting Religious Liberty Award from the Beckett Foundation
Armando Valladares - Castro Could Not Break His Will to Live Free
As Fidel Castro’s body is being prepared for a state funeral, thousands of Cuban people of faith and democracy activists are being detained and arrested in record numbers by the Cuban secret police. Armando Valladares spent 22 years in Castro's gulags for refusing to give up his beliefs. WATCH compelling 7 minute video HERE
By M.D. Kittle / November 29, 2016
MADISON, Wis. – A Democratic Party email calling for temporary workers to man a massive and unprecedented presidential election recall effort in Dane County had Republicans crying foul this week.
The Democratic Party of Dane County advised that County Clerk Scott McDonell was looking for temp workers beginning Thursday to help check over 316,000 ballots cast in this month’s election.
Recount workers could earn $20 an hour, maybe more, on 12-hour shifts, the notice stated.
“We’re asked to forward this to people we think would be up to the job and have time to do this. Please send people to email@example.com if interested – or if you’re interested,’ the message said.
While Dane County is one of the more liberal places in the country (more than 70 percent of voters cast ballots for Democrats in the most recent election), Scott Grabins said the email’s suggestion the county government was working exclusively with Democrats to fill the election positions was wrong.
“When I saw that email I was pretty pissed,” said Grabins, chairman of the Republican Party of Dane County. “The way it was worded didn’t explicitly say Scott McDonell asked them to do this, but it inferred a lot.”
McDonell told Wisconsin Watchdog that the whole matter was a “communications problem.”
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News Update from Canada:
The flood of Trump-fearing American liberals sneaking across the border into Canada has intensified in the past week. The Republican presidential campaign is prompting an exodus among left-leaning Americans who fear they'll soon be required to hunt, pray, pay taxes, and live according to the Constitution.
Canadian border residents say it's not uncommon to see dozens of sociology professors, liberal arts majors, global-warming activists, and "green" energy proponents crossing their fields at night.
"I went out to milk the cows the other day, and there was a Hollywood producer huddled in the barn," said southern Manitoba farmer Red Greenfield, whose acreage borders North Dakota. "He was cold, exhausted and hungry, and begged me for a latte and some free-range chicken. When I said I didn't have any, he left before I even got a chance to show him my screenplay, eh?"
In an effort to stop the illegal aliens, Greenfield erected higher fences, but the liberals scaled them. He then installed loudspeakers that blared Rush Limbaugh across the fields, but they just stuck their fingers in their ears and kept coming. Officials are particularly concerned about smugglers who meet liberals just south of the border, pack them into electric cars, and drive them across the border, where they are simply left to fend for themselves after the battery dies. READ the Rest Here!
This election was CHANGED by the "alternative journalism" world, providing access to TRUTH when the establishment press would not.
A gigantic "Thank you" to Matt Drudge, Breitbart News, InfoWars for opening the floodgates and showcasing Wikileaks and the Veritas video project.
The trail blazer was Matt Drudge of the DrudgeReport.com Watch it HERE
Another GREAT entertaining interview with Matt Drudge HERE.
Today is the day! Get out vote for Donald Trump, Senator Johnson, and Peter Theron. After 8pm come on over the Madison Concourse and join us to watch the returns come in. Until then - get your friends and family out to vote and let's put this election over the top!
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Republican Party of Dane County
The Republican Party of Dane County is proud to announce a “huge” election night watch party to take place at the Madison Concourse Hotel on the evening of November 8th. We invite supporters to join us for an evening of camaraderie as we watch the local and national polls come in. There will be guest speakers throughout the evening, along with snacks, pizza, and a cash bar available.Read more