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Wednesday, April 10th, 2024


Letters: What I tell my friends when they ask me why I’m voting for Trump (10/31/20)

Friends, why I support Trump

When friends ask me why I am voting for President Donald Trump, I tell them I’m not voting for a personality, but for policies I believe are best for our country.

• I’m voting for tax policies that keep businesses competitive globally and sustain employment growth and economic opportunity.

• I’m voting for judges who do not legislate from the bench.

• I’m voting for properly funded and trained police departments that protect all citizens regardless of color.

• I’m voting for an accountable and functional Veterans Administration.

• I’m voting for fair trade policies.

• I’m voting for logical immigration laws consistent with international best practices.

• I’m voting for peace through strength.

• I’m voting for all NATO nations to pay their share of the burden.

• I’m voting for peace in the Middle East and the protection of Israel

• I’m voting for the continued growth of natural gas through fracking and its positive impact on CO2 emissions.

• I’m voting for sensible abortion laws that protect life in late-term situations.

• I’m voting for the Electoral College, so California and New York do not control the election.

• I’m voting for a market-based health plan that promotes competition, protects pre-existing conditions and reduces cost.

I’m sorry my friends can’t get past hating a president with a disturbing personality but also with sound policies.

Henry Rissier, Silverthorne



Monday, April 8th, 2024





Friday, April 5th, 2024


I seem to remember Vivek saying that you can fire unwanted bureaucrats if you fire the entire department.  I’m all for that !!!    Thanks to Evelyn Kober for sharing this article with us.  Nancy

Biden moves to block Trump, future presidents from firing bureaucrats

By Stephen Dinan  The Washington Times  Thursday, April 4, 2024

President Biden finalized new civil service protections on Thursday aimed at preventing the sort of bureaucratic housecleaning that former President Donald Trump plans, should he win reelection.

At stake are potentially tens of thousands of policymaking jobs across the government and the ability to have them follow the president’s direction or face firing.

That has become a top goal of Republicans after the deep state thwarted or watered down many of Mr. Trump’s initiatives. It also has become a chief fear of Democrats.

Mr. Biden said his rules would insulate employees from such political pressure by making it tougher to reclassify their jobs and then fire them.

“Day in and day out, career civil servants provide the expertise and continuity necessary for our democracy to function,” Mr. Biden said. “This rule is a step toward combatting corruption and partisan interference to ensure civil servants are able to focus on the most important task at hand: delivering for the American people.”

The rules shield federal workers from losing civil service protections if they are involuntarily moved into job classifications that lack those protections. The rules also create an appeals process for workers who are shifted.

The target is indisputably Mr. Trump, who issued an executive order late in his administration that could have allowed thousands of career civil service positions to be reclassified, making it easier to fire workers.

Mr. Trump said removing “poorly performing employees” who fell under civil service protections had become too difficult, so reclassifying them was a way to get better results from the bureaucracy.

Known as Schedule F, the order was aimed at positions that create policy. Trump officials said those jobs ought to be responsive to the president.

The National Treasury Employees Union, a major public-sector labor union that sued to block Schedule F, said it could have swept up “tens of thousands of frontline federal employees.”

Mr. Biden revoked Schedule F when he took office, derailing the lawsuit.

Mr. Trump has been eyeing a revival should he win the White House in November.

The new rule, finalized Thursday by the Office of Personnel Management, will make it tougher for Mr. Trump or another administration, but not impossible, to surmount.

To overcome a regulation, a president must either go through the rulemaking process again, which can take months or years, or persuade Congress to pass legislation.

James Sherk, who led the Trump administration’s civil service efforts, said the new regulations will be a speed bump but not a roadblock. He said the chief wrinkle is that writing the rules could give Mr. Trump’s opponents more room for court challenges to a policy.

Mr. Sherk said federal employees have long leaned to the left but appear to have skewed hard left since the Obama years, based on campaign donation data.

“In most agencies, the career employees are more liberal than 90% of Americans,” he said.

He released a report, “Tales From the Swamp,” highlighting areas where Trump plans were thwarted by the liberal ideological bent of bureaucrats.

Among them:



Official LGBTQ+ holidays dominate the yearly calendar

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2024

It would be easier to list the days / months that do NOT celebrate this “lifestyle”


Georgia Election Board Member Testifies Signatures Weren’t Verified on 147,000 ballots in 2020 Election

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2024

April 2, 2024/by World Tribune

Mark Wingate, who served on the Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections, testified on Monday that there was no signature verification done on Fulton County absentee ballots in the 2020 election.

Wingate is testifying in the D.C. disbarment trial of Trump Administration Department of Justice official Jeffrey Clark.

The Fulton County 2020 election should never have been certified because there was no signature verification done at all on absentee ballots, he said.

Joe Biden reportedly won Georgia by about 12,000 votes.

Wingate said he voted not to certify the 2020 election twice, adding that what concerned him was there were more voters on the active rolls than eligible, which continued after the 2020 election, and nothing was done to answer his questions about it. He requested chain of custody documentation and it was never turned over to him.




Monday, April 1st, 2024


2 Videos re the upcoming WHO Power Grab

A Deeper Look at the WHO Power Grab Treaty: Unconstitutional and Potentially Devastating

On today’s The Truth Central, Dr. Jerome Corsi welcomes three special guests for a roundtable going deeper into the World Health Organization’s Pandemic Treaty/Power Grab. While the Biden Administration celebrates the signing over of their citizens’ personal rights to the WHO globalists, we tell you why this pact is Unconstitutional and should, in truth, be null and void. There are many reasons for this stemming from what is written in our own Constitution (starting with Article 6, Clause 2). Dr. Corsi and our panel will tell you why and what needs to be done to keep this dangerous treaty from taking effect. Joining Dr. Corsi are:
KrisAnne Hall – Constitutional Lawyer; Founder: Liberty First Society
Frank Gaffney – Founder, Center for Security Policy
Dr. Karladine Graves – Dr. Karladine Graves D.O. of Cornerstone Family Care in North Kansas City, MO;. She is affiliated with St. Lukes. Dr, Graves is best known for exposing the dangers surrounding the Pfizer COVID vaccine.

The Powergrab of the WHO – Philipp Kruse – Pandemic Treaty – Nederlandse Ondertitels

68,212 views Premiered Oct 6, 2023 #STOPTHETREATY

The Powergrab of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Philipp Kruse – Nederlandse Ondertiteling

#STOPTHETREATY Health and Democracy Conference 13 september, 2023 EU Parlement Strasbourg
who power grab


Saturday, March 30th, 2024


Unbelievable  !!!   Nancy  

Joe Biden Declares Easter Sunday ‘Transgender Day of Visibility


30 Mar 2024

President Joe Biden’s White House has declared the holiest of Christian holidays “Transgender Day of Visibility,” announcing that “transgender Americans are part of the fabric of our nation.”

Biden issued an official proclamation on Good Friday, reading, “We honor the extraordinary courage and contributions of transgender Americans and reaffirm our Nation’s commitment to forming a more perfect Union — where all people are created equal and treated equally throughout their lives.”

The official proclamation continued:

NOW, THEREFORE, I, JOSEPH R. BIDEN JR., President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim March 31, 2024, as Transgender Day of Visibility. I call upon all Americans to join us in lifting up the lives and voices of transgender people throughout our Nation and to work toward eliminating violence and discrimination based on gender identity.

Biden’s chosen day for the inaugural celebration is Easter Sunday — a day on which, even Biden, who discusses his Catholic faith often, celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

The Biden White House has made the promotion of transgenderism a cornerstone of its policy agenda, with Biden in his 2024 State of the Union address pledging loyalty to transgender Americans. His proclamation touts the work he has done to promote that agenda:

I am proud that my Administration has stood for justice from the start, working to ensure that the LGBTQI+ community can live openly, in safety, with dignity and respect.  I am proud to have appointed transgender leaders to my Administration and to have ended the ban on transgender Americans serving openly in our military.  I am proud to have signed historic Executive Orders that strengthen civil rights protections in housing, employment, health care, education, the justice system, and more.  I am proud to have signed the Respect for Marriage Act into law, ensuring that every American can marry the person they love.

The proclamation continues:





Thursday, March 28th, 2024


Joe Biden Funds Border Security in Foreign Countries as U.S.-Mexico Border Crossings Hit 7.4 Million

President Joe Biden, with the help of Congress, is spending hundreds of millions in American taxpayer dollars on border security initiatives in foreign countries. At the same time, border crossings at the United States-Mexico border have surpassed 7.4 million since Biden took office.

Slipped into a $1.2 trillion budget signed by Biden last weekend is about $380 million for “enhanced border security” projects in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, and Tunisia — about $150 million of which must go to border security in Jordan.

Meanwhile, the budget puts strict limitations on the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) ability to construct physical barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border to deter illegal immigration.



Republicans Help Democrats Pass Omnibus Spending Bill

Wednesday, March 27th, 2024
Thanks to Royal Brown of Florida for sharing this information with us on the recently passed $1.2 trillion Omnibus Spending Bill.  Democrats do this to Republicans every time – wait till the last minute to bring forward a huge spending bill packed with pork for their Democrat pet projects.  A government shut down is threatened if Republicans don’t cave and surprise, surprise, the Republicans fall for it every time. 


The terrible 1,200+ page $1.2 T Omnibus Spending Bill passed March 22 once again increasing the National Debt; funding most of Democrat agenda and made very few cuts or needed increases needed for a true conservative Republican agenda.  Beijing Joe Biden and Chuck U Schumer put it over on House Speaker Mike Johnson who along with another 100 Republicans voted to pass this bill.  See a partial list of the bad spending at link that follows:
The House vote was bipartisan, with 286 members for it — 185 Democrats and 101 Republicans — and 134 against. Twelve members did not vote. To see an alphabetical  list of how each House Member voted click on:  How each House member voted on the $1.2 trillion funding package | CNN Politics
The omnibus bill passed through the Senate with a 68-29 vote. The 68 Senators who voted in favor of passing the bill included 18 Republicans.  Both FL Senators Rubio and Scott correctly voted NO on the bill.
Following  is a  list of the 18 Republican Senators who voted in favor of this bad bill (most are usual suspects e.g. establishment, ruling class, elitist, neo-con RINOs):
  • Roy Blunt (Missouri)
  • John Boozman (Arkansas)
  • Shelley Capito (West Virginia)
  • Susan Collins (Maine)
  • John Cornyn (Texas)
  • Tom Cotton (Arkansas)
  • Lindsey Graham (South Carolina)
  • Jim Inhofe (Oklahoma)
  • Mitch McConnell (Kentucky)
  • Jerry Moran (Kansas)
  • Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)
  • Rob Portman (Ohio)
  • Mitt Romney (Utah)
  • Mike Rounds (South Dakota)
  • Richard Shelby (Alabama)
  • John Thune (South Dakota)
  • Roger Wicker (Mississippi)
  • Todd Young (Indiana)
So the overspending adding more to the National Debt goes on without securing the border or demanding accountability for spending in areas which are anti-American, anti-Constitution, immoral, promote the LGBTQ agenda and/or not in best national interests of the United States or the safety of its citizens.
Royal A. Brown III
President, Winter Haven 912
America First
“Resist Tyranny-Obey God’s Laws” 


Monday, March 25th, 2024


Democrats certainly do have a knack for destroying everything they touch !    Nancy
California is not all right
March 23, 2024

Despite stubbornly high inflation and record-high credit card debt, the economy added 2.7 million jobs last year while unemployment hovered just below 4%. But not all states did as well. California, the gem of Democratic uniparty governance, added just 154,000 jobs, and joblessness stagnated above 5%.

While states such as Florida and Texas grew their workforce by 3.4% and 3.3%, respectively, California’s grew by just 0.87%. All this was while the state budget deficit ballooned to a record $73 billion as revenues from personal income tax collection dropped by 25%.

Why is California’s economy sputtering while the rest of the nation moves ahead?

The simplest answer is that California’s population is shrinking. After more than 100 years of steady growth, California is exporting more people than it is importing. The state continues to have golden sunshine, natural beauty, and warm winters, but bad policy decisions by Democratic politicians who run the state mean people simply don’t want to live there anymore.

The biggest reason people are leaving is the cost of housing. On the coast where the best jobs are, California has some of the most expensive housing in the nation. To afford a median-priced home in San Francisco, a household needs to make $400,000 a year. Actual households in San Francisco make just one-third of that: $136,000.

California’s housing crisis is due to excessive environmental regulation, which makes it impossible to build new homes. While California built just fewer than 120,000 new homes in 2020, Texas built more than 260,000.


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