Tag Archives: politics

Paris Agreement “not a good deal”

“Political writer and columnist for The Daily Beast Matt Lewis schooled CNN’s “News Room” panel Wednesday regarding President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement.” click here

Withdraw from the Paris Agreement, but not from Leadership to Address Changes in Climate

There seems to be a false choice being pushed in Washington and the media that to not participate in the Paris climate agreement is to avoid the issue of climate changes, denial as they say. This is certainly not the case. Loosely paraphrased, William F. Buckley used to say there are times when you have to run down the aisle yelling “don’t do this” even though everyone on the opposite side thinks you are crazy. To continue support for  the Paris agreement appears to be one of those times.

“Should Donald Trump hamstring the U.S. economy, rip off the consumer, despoil the landscape, give succour to America’s enemies and promote junk science – all in order to keep a “seat at the table” with people who despise him and think he’s an idiot?” click here

Just Say No to the Democrat/Deep State Insurgency

Disagree if you like. But the idea of impeachment is nutty, if not delusional. What exactly is happening here is not clear. But eventually the fog of politics will evaporate and it will become clear who or what is behind what looks to be an insurgency against the United States democracy.

“”Trump won the election fairly — there is not a shred of evidence to suggest otherwise — and yet his opponents have never accepted the result, nor ceased trying to frustrate his efforts to govern. If they succeed, American democracy will effectively be finished.”” click here

 

California Climate Protesters Resist Reality

These “resistance” protestors are simply resisting reality and common sense.

“Approximately 5,000 activists rallied in San Diego on Saturday as part of approximately 300 coordinated sister marches across the United States to call on the Trump administration to take action on climate change.” click here

US Senators to UN: End Anti-Israel Bias

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

51st State of Jefferson; An Idea Whose Time has Arrived?

“This new move by the architects of Brexit to split California into two separate states, along the lines of Virginia and West Virginia is likely to draw support from those who have been fighting to do exactly that for decades.” click here

RyanCare not delivering on ObamaCare reform, repeal, replace?

“Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), a leading GOP senator, is warning his friend House Speaker Paul Ryan to “take a pause” and slow down when it comes to healthcare reform.” click here