They won't ever stop attacking President Trump. Here's why --

President Trump is deconstructing decades of economic manipulation and control over our lives by multinational banks and multinational corporations. There are trillions at stake. –SEE HERE–  In essence Wall Street (multinationals and DC) is fighting Main Street (Trump). This is a battle of extreme consequence.

You see, it’s not President Trump who is the issue here; it’s the people who oppose him. Who opposes Trump?  The people who write the laws .. the professional political team who do the bidding of the lobbyists and special interests: The UniParty.

President Trump represents a second party in Washington DC.  The people who write the laws (lobbyists), and the people who sell the laws (politicians), cannot allow that.  They need to get back to UniParty political business.  They need to get rid of Trump.

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Go Deep

By sundance @ Conservative Tree House (CTH) (aka The Last Refuge)

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Another Promise Kept: Merry Christmas

During the annual lighting of the White House Christmas tree last year, President Donald Trump made good on his promise to bring "Merry Christmas" back to America. 

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President Trump: "Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ"

The 95th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting - November 30, 2017

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"We're going to do whatever is necessary to build the border wall to stop this ongoing crisis of illegal immigration"

“This is a very fundamental issue. At stake is the question of whether or not the United States remains a sovereign country. Whether or not we can establish and enforce rules for entrance into our country.” 

On White House senior adviser Stephen Miller says the Trump administration will do whatever is necessary to get the border wall, including a government shutdown in the coming days.

“He is not going to get the wall in any form,” the Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer, said on NBC’s Meet the Press.


The Immigration Ultimatum


The year was 1986. President Reagan, a conservative Republican, with the acquiescence of Congress, granted amnesty to millions of foreign nationals illegally residing in the United States.

The slate was wiped clean, and from then on, we were told, the government would get serious about illegal immigration.  The borders would be secured, immigration law enforced.  It was a sham.  Mass illegal immigration continued unabated.  Just another slap in the face to American citizens.

The national nightmare is back. We are again told that amnesty is needed. We are lectured that "those living in the shadows" are the real problem, not the presence of millions of unknown lawbreakers. Citizens appear shell-shocked by the sheer magnitude of the problem permitted to fester.  

Here are our options: we can a) continue in a lackluster mode, living with millions of unknown foreigners on our soil; b) grant another outrageous amnesty, which is virtually the same as option a (only that our leaders would feel virtuous, that they really did something); or c) change course, aggressively and unapologetically applying the spirit and letter of the law.


By John S. Allen 

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Your Christmas Carol for Sunday December 16

Sung by the original 'Phantom of the Opera'


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Your Christmas Carol For December 14

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Our president is being viciously attacked and has been since the day he decided to save America.

June 16, 2015

Donald Trump is 72 years old. Before we vote for him in 2020, he'll be 74. He is ready for the battle.

“Now if you are going to win any battle you have to do one thing. You have to make the mind run the body. Never let the body tell the mind what to do. The body will always give up. It is always tired morning, noon, and night. But the body is never tired if the mind is not tired. When you were younger the mind could make you dance all night, and the body was never tired  ... You've always got to make the mind take over and keep going.” 

George S. Patton

Merry Christmas & Get Ready

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Your Christmas Carol For Sunday December 9

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Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful 

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'There are no MAGA lobbying groups in Washington DC advocating for economic nationalism. President Trump stands alone'

The professional republicans and the professional democrats, ie. “The Uniparty”, have a common enemy in President Trump. 

Within the UniParty dynamic, in order to retain full financial benefit, the political class need to align with Wall Street priorities.  That alignment means the UniParty needs to eliminate Main Street priorities that are adverse to their interests.

Border controls and immigration enforcement are adverse interests to the UniParty.  Additional cross party alignment to benefit Wall Street surrounds:

• budgets and massive government spending;

• government controlled healthcare retention;

• government controlled education (common core);

• and most importantly the removal of any national economic and trade policy that would threaten the structure of the multinationals.

It is not coincidental that US Chamber of Commerce President Tom Dohonue also outlined these issues as primary priorities for his massive lobbyist spending. There are trillions of dollars at stake.

By sundance - Read it all @ Trump makes the Uniparty reveal itself

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No Evidence of Trump-Russia Collusion .. so they'll pivot to a new strategy

Re: Mueller’s Cohen and Manafort Filings: 


Mueller’s Friday filings about former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort show that “there’s no evidence” of Russian collusion with President Donald Trump or his campaign officials, former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova said Friday night on Fox News

Byron York, the Washington Examiner’s chief political correspondent and a Fox News contributor, said on Friday night, “We should note that Mueller has not charged anybody” with “taking part in a criminal conspiracy to influence the 2016 election.”

Although Mueller’s latest filings show no evidence of Russian collusion, York warned that Democrats who are hoping to impeach Trump will “pivot” to a new strategyYork predicted that “a lot of Democrats will tell you that as of today, they now already have enough to go forward with” impeachment proceedings against Trump — based solely on potential campaign finance law violations, not Russian collusion.


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Remember Pearl Harbor: They didn't ask to be the greatest generation .. but they were.

At 7:45 a.m., Dec. 7, 1941, the Japanese Imperial Navy attacked Pearl Harbor with more than 350 bombers and torpedo planes, launched from six aircraft carriers. They sank 12 ships and destroyed 188 aircraft — killing 2,402 American service members and wounding another 1282.

A day that changed lives forever

That day was more than just a horrible tragedy in American history. For many, it was a learning experience. Many service members were in their late teens and early 20s — boys, who were expected to react, understand and even lead like experienced men.

“I was just finishing morning chow when all of a sudden the planes flew about 200 feet over our heads,” said Samuel Clower, former first sergeant of Headquarters Company, 19th Infantry Regiment, 24th ID. “We could tell that they were Japanese planes, because of the rising sun emblem on them, but we had no idea why they were here.”

“Many began that day as boys, but quickly became men. It wasn’t a choice; it wasn’t an option. It was just one of the things we faced and dealt with. We were thrust into manhood, and we all grew up that day.”

The Aftermath 

-2,402 killed aboard USS Arizona & at Pearl Harbor
-1,282 wounded aboard USS Arizona & at Pearl Harbor
-429 killed aboard USS Oklahoma
-33 killed at Schofield & Wheeler
-75 wounded at Schofield & Wheeler
-12 ships sunk
-188 aircraft destroyed

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