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« Reply #400 on: July 12, 2017, 07:09:10 PM »

Thank you Obama.

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« Reply #401 on: July 20, 2017, 04:02:02 PM »

Trump Eliminates More Than 800 Obama Regulations

16 regs removed for every new rule introduced

The Trump administration has stopped over 800 regulations proposed under former president Barack Obama, according to a new White House report.

Reuters reported Thursday:

The White House said Thursday it had withdrawn or removed from active consideration more than 800 proposed regulations that were never finalized during the Obama administration as it works to shrink the federal government's regulatory footprint.

In a report, the Trump administration said it had withdrawn 469 planned regulatory actions that had been part of the Obama administration's regulatory agenda published last fall. Officials also reconsidered 391 active regulatory proceedings actions by reclassifying them as long-term or inactive "allowing for further careful review," the White House said.
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« Reply #402 on: July 20, 2017, 04:10:42 PM »

Trump Eliminates More Than 800 Obama Regulations

16 regs removed for every new rule introduced

The Trump administration has stopped over 800 regulations proposed under former president Barack Obama, according to a new White House report.

Reuters reported Thursday:

The White House said Thursday it had withdrawn or removed from active consideration more than 800 proposed regulations that were never finalized during the Obama administration as it works to shrink the federal government's regulatory footprint.

In a report, the Trump administration said it had withdrawn 469 planned regulatory actions that had been part of the Obama administration's regulatory agenda published last fall. Officials also reconsidered 391 active regulatory proceedings actions by reclassifying them as long-term or inactive "allowing for further careful review," the White House said.
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« Reply #403 on: July 20, 2017, 04:23:39 PM »

More nothing.

BRINGING ACCOUNTABILITY BACK TO GOVERNMENT: In six months in office, President Trump has followed through on his promise to the American people to bring accountability back to government.

President Trump fulfilled his promise to the American people by nominating and, after Senate confirmation, appointing Neil Gorsuch as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court.
President Trump implemented higher ethical standards to make sure his Administration works for the American people.
President Trump signed an Executive Order implementing tough new lobbying standards for political appointees, including a five-year ban on lobbying and a lifetime ban on lobbying for foreign countries.
President Trump has donated his salary, following through on his promise to the American people.
To make sure the Government serves the needs of all Americans, President Trump has called for a comprehensive plan to reorganize the executive branch and has used his budget to begin to implement his plan.
President Trump created the Office of American Innovation to streamline and improve the Government for future generations.
SPURRING JOBS CREATION: President Trump’s impact on the economy has been immediate, spurring job creation across the country.

President Trump signed the “Buy American and Hire American” Executive Order, prioritizing the interests of American businesses and workers.
“Buy American” promotes American industry, protecting it from unfair competition by targeting the abusive use of waivers and exceptions to laws on the books.
“Hire American” calls for the reform of our visa programs, ensuring that they no longer displace American workers, while fully enforcing laws governing the entry of foreign workers.
President Trump signed an Executive Order, making it easier for businesses to start and expand apprenticeship programs.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has increased 17 percent since election day, hitting new highs 25 times this year already.
Since January, the economy added 863,000 jobs, including 821,000 in the private sector.
79,000 construction jobs added since January.
42,000 mining and logging jobs added since January.
41,000 manufacturing jobs added since January.
CUTTING DOWN JOB KILLING REGULATIONS: Just six months in office, President Trump has taken historic action to eliminate wasteful and costly regulations that have stood in the way of hardworking Americans.

The American Action Forum estimates a potential $70 billion in costs reductions from President Trump’s actions to cut back regulations.
President Trump has signed 14 Congressional Review Act resolutions into law, ending burdensome Obama-era rules and regulations, more than all other Presidents combined.
By withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, President Trump protected America from a bad deal that would have harmed our economy.
According to a study by NERA Consulting, meeting the Obama Administration’s obligations under the Paris Climate Accord could have cost the United States economy nearly $3 trillion.
According to the same study, 6.5 million industrial sector jobs could have been lost, including 3.1 million manufacturing sector jobs.
In order to control regulatory costs, President Trump signed an Executive Order mandating that for every one new regulation, two old regulations must be eliminated.
Through infrastructure reform and investment, the Trump Administration aims to dramatically reduce permit approvals for projects from 10 years to 2 years, spurring investment and job creation.
OPENING UP AMERICAN ENERGY: In six months, President Trump has turned around America’s policy on energy production after years of opposition.

President Trump has acted aggressively to increase exports of our energy resources to a global market.
Updated guidance from the Treasury Department to allow the United States to export coal.
Expedited the permitting and approval processes of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminals and exports, including the approval of the Lake Charles LNG terminal in Louisiana.
President Trump has unleashed oil and gas development in the United States by expanding access to resources and the infrastructure needed to get them to market.
Approved the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, creating over 42,000 jobs and $2 billion in earnings.
Signed an Executive Order mandating future pipeline work to be done by American workers and with American steel.
Expedited new pipeline approval and production, such as the New Burgos Pipeline to Mexico.
Signed an Executive Order to extend offshore oil and gas drilling and reissued a leasing program to develop offshore resources.
Boosting oil and gas development on Federal lands.
The Environmental Protection Agency is reconsidering an Obama-era rule on greenhouse gas emissions that is estimated to cost oil and natural gas operators as much as $530 million annually.
President Trump kept his campaign promise to coal miners and rolled back the previous Administration’s “Stream Protection Rule,” which targeted the beleaguered industry with estimated costs of at least $81 million a year.
A FREE AND FAIR TRADE AGENDA: President Trump is putting America First in trade negotiations, pursuing reciprocal agreements with our trading partners so everyone benefits.

One of President Trump’s first actions was to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, after the Obama Administration’s efforts failed to protect American workers.
President Trump announced he will renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to better reflect our modern economy while benefitting all parties so involved.
This week, the United States Trade Representative released its objectives for upcoming NAFTA negotiations.
Last week, the President began the process of renegotiating the United States-Korea Free Trade Agreement.
Negotiations President Trump started with China on economic cooperation have already produced results for American businesses.
For the first time in 14 years, American beef imports have returned to China.
China is welcome to negotiate contracts to import American liquefied natural gas.
President Trump delivered on his campaign promise to roll back the Obama Administration’s bad deal on Cuba that benefitted the Cuban regime at the expense of the Cuban people.
RESTORING LAW AND ORDER TO IMMIGRATION: President Trump has prioritized enforcing immigration laws in his first six months to protect all Americans, ensuring that our immigration system treats everyone fairly.

President Trump instituted tough immigration policies that have reduced illegal border crossings by 53 percent compared to the same time last year.
The President ordered the hiring of 10,000 new Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers, including 5,000 additional border patrol agents.
Within the first 100 days of President Trump signing his executive orders on immigration enforcement, ICE conducted nearly 40 percent more Enforcement and Removal Operations compared to the same time last year.
Arrests of convicted criminal aliens climbed by nearly 20 percent in this time compared to the same time last year.
In fiscal year 2017, ICE has removed over 2,700 criminal gang members, compared to 2,057 criminal gang members in all of fiscal year 2016.
ICE has specifically targeted MS-13 criminal gang members for removal on immigration violations.
To jumpstart construction on the border wall, the President ordered the Department of Homeland Security to use $100 million of unspent appropriations in its account for border security, fencing and infrastructure.
President Trump directed executive agencies to employ all lawful means to enforce the immigration laws of the United States, including clamping down on sanctuary cities.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions implemented new charging guidelines to end catch-and-release policies.
President Trump ordered the creation of the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE) office at DHS, ensuring that our Government can no longer ignore the victims of criminal acts by illegal aliens.
PROVIDING FOR OUR NATION’S VETERANS: President Trump is making sure our veterans get the care they deserve after they have sacrificed for our country.

Under President Trump, Department of Veterans Affairs fired over 500 employees, suspended 200, and demoted 33, as part of President Trump’s efforts to restore integrity and accountability to a department charged with supporting our Nation’s heroes.
22 senior leaders were disciplined.
President Trump signed the Veterans Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act, enabling senior Veterans Affairs officials to fire failing employees while establishing important safeguards to protect whistleblowers.
The Veterans Affairs administration is shifting veterans’ electronic medical records to the same system used by the Defense Department, ending a decades-old rift in sharing information between the two agencies.
President Trump signed legislation allowing our veterans to receive care outside of the Veterans Affairs medical system.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has acted to increase transparency and accountability by launching an online “Access and Quality Tool” to provide veterans a way to access wait time and quality of care data.
AMERICA FIRST FOREIGN POLICY AND NATIONAL SECURITY: In the first six months of his Administration, President Trump has put America First in world affairs and national security.

During his historic speech in Poland, President Trump reasserted that America would defend its interests and allies after years of neglect by the previous Administration.
President Trump brokered a ceasefire in southwest Syria as part of his commitment to end the conflict, reduce human suffering, and defeat ISIS.
During his first international trip, President Trump supported the opening of a new “Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology” in Saudi Arabia, created to empower Muslim-majority countries to more effectively combat radicalization.
President Trump has increased pressure on Iran to end its destructive and destabilizing actions in the Middle East, including its continued ballistic missile research.
The Department of the Treasury sanctioned over 25 entities and individuals involved in Iran’s ballistic missile program, ensuring our ability to monitor potentially malicious actors while preventing future acts of terrorism.
This week, the United States sanctioned sixteen entities and individuals that have supported Iran’s military and Revolutionary Guard Corps in the development of drones, fast attack boats, and other military equipment.
President Trump has allowed the military to push back against threats to our interests and allies.
In his first six months, President Trump worked with our partners and allies in the Middle East to defeat ISIS, leading to Iraqi forces recapturing Mosul.
After the Syrian regime used chemical weapons against civilians, President Trump authorized strikes against the airbase that launched the chemical attacks, demonstrating our national commitment to preventing further atrocities.
President Trump has lifted restrictions that had prevented the Secretary of Defense and our commanders in the field from fully using their judgement and expertise.
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« Reply #404 on: July 20, 2017, 04:34:30 PM »

One of the most rewarding parts of Trump's presidency is watching everything Obama worked for, his entire legacy, all come crashing down.

BRINGING ACCOUNTABILITY BACK TO GOVERNMENT: In six months in office, President Trump has followed through on his promise to the American people to bring accountability back to government.

President Trump fulfilled his promise to the American people by nominating and, after Senate confirmation, appointing Neil Gorsuch as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court.
President Trump implemented higher ethical standards to make sure his Administration works for the American people.
President Trump signed an Executive Order implementing tough new lobbying standards for political appointees, including a five-year ban on lobbying and a lifetime ban on lobbying for foreign countries.
President Trump has donated his salary, following through on his promise to the American people.
To make sure the Government serves the needs of all Americans, President Trump has called for a comprehensive plan to reorganize the executive branch and has used his budget to begin to implement his plan.
President Trump created the Office of American Innovation to streamline and improve the Government for future generations.
SPURRING JOBS CREATION: President Trump’s impact on the economy has been immediate, spurring job creation across the country.

President Trump signed the “Buy American and Hire American” Executive Order, prioritizing the interests of American businesses and workers.
“Buy American” promotes American industry, protecting it from unfair competition by targeting the abusive use of waivers and exceptions to laws on the books.
“Hire American” calls for the reform of our visa programs, ensuring that they no longer displace American workers, while fully enforcing laws governing the entry of foreign workers.
President Trump signed an Executive Order, making it easier for businesses to start and expand apprenticeship programs.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has increased 17 percent since election day, hitting new highs 25 times this year already.
Since January, the economy added 863,000 jobs, including 821,000 in the private sector.
79,000 construction jobs added since January.
42,000 mining and logging jobs added since January.
41,000 manufacturing jobs added since January.
CUTTING DOWN JOB KILLING REGULATIONS: Just six months in office, President Trump has taken historic action to eliminate wasteful and costly regulations that have stood in the way of hardworking Americans.

The American Action Forum estimates a potential $70 billion in costs reductions from President Trump’s actions to cut back regulations.
President Trump has signed 14 Congressional Review Act resolutions into law, ending burdensome Obama-era rules and regulations, more than all other Presidents combined.
By withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, President Trump protected America from a bad deal that would have harmed our economy.
According to a study by NERA Consulting, meeting the Obama Administration’s obligations under the Paris Climate Accord could have cost the United States economy nearly $3 trillion.
According to the same study, 6.5 million industrial sector jobs could have been lost, including 3.1 million manufacturing sector jobs.
In order to control regulatory costs, President Trump signed an Executive Order mandating that for every one new regulation, two old regulations must be eliminated.
Through infrastructure reform and investment, the Trump Administration aims to dramatically reduce permit approvals for projects from 10 years to 2 years, spurring investment and job creation.
OPENING UP AMERICAN ENERGY: In six months, President Trump has turned around America’s policy on energy production after years of opposition.

President Trump has acted aggressively to increase exports of our energy resources to a global market.
Updated guidance from the Treasury Department to allow the United States to export coal.
Expedited the permitting and approval processes of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminals and exports, including the approval of the Lake Charles LNG terminal in Louisiana.
President Trump has unleashed oil and gas development in the United States by expanding access to resources and the infrastructure needed to get them to market.
Approved the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, creating over 42,000 jobs and $2 billion in earnings.
Signed an Executive Order mandating future pipeline work to be done by American workers and with American steel.
Expedited new pipeline approval and production, such as the New Burgos Pipeline to Mexico.
Signed an Executive Order to extend offshore oil and gas drilling and reissued a leasing program to develop offshore resources.
Boosting oil and gas development on Federal lands.
The Environmental Protection Agency is reconsidering an Obama-era rule on greenhouse gas emissions that is estimated to cost oil and natural gas operators as much as $530 million annually.
President Trump kept his campaign promise to coal miners and rolled back the previous Administration’s “Stream Protection Rule,” which targeted the beleaguered industry with estimated costs of at least $81 million a year.
A FREE AND FAIR TRADE AGENDA: President Trump is putting America First in trade negotiations, pursuing reciprocal agreements with our trading partners so everyone benefits.

One of President Trump’s first actions was to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, after the Obama Administration’s efforts failed to protect American workers.
President Trump announced he will renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to better reflect our modern economy while benefitting all parties so involved.
This week, the United States Trade Representative released its objectives for upcoming NAFTA negotiations.
Last week, the President began the process of renegotiating the United States-Korea Free Trade Agreement.
Negotiations President Trump started with China on economic cooperation have already produced results for American businesses.
For the first time in 14 years, American beef imports have returned to China.
China is welcome to negotiate contracts to import American liquefied natural gas.
President Trump delivered on his campaign promise to roll back the Obama Administration’s bad deal on Cuba that benefitted the Cuban regime at the expense of the Cuban people.
RESTORING LAW AND ORDER TO IMMIGRATION: President Trump has prioritized enforcing immigration laws in his first six months to protect all Americans, ensuring that our immigration system treats everyone fairly.

President Trump instituted tough immigration policies that have reduced illegal border crossings by 53 percent compared to the same time last year.
The President ordered the hiring of 10,000 new Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers, including 5,000 additional border patrol agents.
Within the first 100 days of President Trump signing his executive orders on immigration enforcement, ICE conducted nearly 40 percent more Enforcement and Removal Operations compared to the same time last year.
Arrests of convicted criminal aliens climbed by nearly 20 percent in this time compared to the same time last year.
In fiscal year 2017, ICE has removed over 2,700 criminal gang members, compared to 2,057 criminal gang members in all of fiscal year 2016.
ICE has specifically targeted MS-13 criminal gang members for removal on immigration violations.
To jumpstart construction on the border wall, the President ordered the Department of Homeland Security to use $100 million of unspent appropriations in its account for border security, fencing and infrastructure.
President Trump directed executive agencies to employ all lawful means to enforce the immigration laws of the United States, including clamping down on sanctuary cities.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions implemented new charging guidelines to end catch-and-release policies.
President Trump ordered the creation of the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE) office at DHS, ensuring that our Government can no longer ignore the victims of criminal acts by illegal aliens.
PROVIDING FOR OUR NATION’S VETERANS: President Trump is making sure our veterans get the care they deserve after they have sacrificed for our country.

Under President Trump, Department of Veterans Affairs fired over 500 employees, suspended 200, and demoted 33, as part of President Trump’s efforts to restore integrity and accountability to a department charged with supporting our Nation’s heroes.
22 senior leaders were disciplined.
President Trump signed the Veterans Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act, enabling senior Veterans Affairs officials to fire failing employees while establishing important safeguards to protect whistleblowers.
The Veterans Affairs administration is shifting veterans’ electronic medical records to the same system used by the Defense Department, ending a decades-old rift in sharing information between the two agencies.
President Trump signed legislation allowing our veterans to receive care outside of the Veterans Affairs medical system.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has acted to increase transparency and accountability by launching an online “Access and Quality Tool” to provide veterans a way to access wait time and quality of care data.
AMERICA FIRST FOREIGN POLICY AND NATIONAL SECURITY: In the first six months of his Administration, President Trump has put America First in world affairs and national security.

During his historic speech in Poland, President Trump reasserted that America would defend its interests and allies after years of neglect by the previous Administration.
President Trump brokered a ceasefire in southwest Syria as part of his commitment to end the conflict, reduce human suffering, and defeat ISIS.
During his first international trip, President Trump supported the opening of a new “Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology” in Saudi Arabia, created to empower Muslim-majority countries to more effectively combat radicalization.
President Trump has increased pressure on Iran to end its destructive and destabilizing actions in the Middle East, including its continued ballistic missile research.
The Department of the Treasury sanctioned over 25 entities and individuals involved in Iran’s ballistic missile program, ensuring our ability to monitor potentially malicious actors while preventing future acts of terrorism.
This week, the United States sanctioned sixteen entities and individuals that have supported Iran’s military and Revolutionary Guard Corps in the development of drones, fast attack boats, and other military equipment.
President Trump has allowed the military to push back against threats to our interests and allies.
In his first six months, President Trump worked with our partners and allies in the Middle East to defeat ISIS, leading to Iraqi forces recapturing Mosul.
After the Syrian regime used chemical weapons against civilians, President Trump authorized strikes against the airbase that launched the chemical attacks, demonstrating our national commitment to preventing further atrocities.
President Trump has lifted restrictions that had prevented the Secretary of Defense and our commanders in the field from fully using their judgement and expertise.
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« Reply #405 on: July 20, 2017, 04:58:22 PM »

Caused Hillary to meltdown and cry = infinite winning!!!
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« Reply #406 on: July 20, 2017, 08:34:06 PM »

One of the most rewarding parts of Trump's presidency is watching everything Obama worked for, his entire legacy, all come crashing down.

Agreed. Obama messed some shit up for the USA.
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« Reply #407 on: July 21, 2017, 09:16:52 AM »

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/07/20/food-stamp-use-falls-lowest-level-seven-years/
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« Reply #408 on: July 21, 2017, 10:53:45 AM »

Another huge week of so much winning.
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« Reply #409 on: July 21, 2017, 03:36:10 PM »



"The House appropriations committee released its homeland security bill on Tuesday and it includes the full $1.6 billion requested by the Office of Management and Budget to begin construction on a southern border wall.

While House Republicans have enough votes to pass such a bill even with some defections, the move would likely face trouble in the Senate, where Republicans need eight Democrats to join them to advance any funding bill.

DHS says the roughly $1.6 billion requested for a wall will cover 74 miles of construction: 32 miles of wall and 28 miles of levee wall in the Rio Grande Valley, and 14 miles of replacement for secondary fencing in San Diego.

The 2017 fiscal year funding deal did include money for increased border security technology, personnel and replacement fencing, but lawmakers rushing to avoid a government shutdown on Trump's 100th day in office did not allocate any money for new wall construction."

Tal Kopan, CNN

The boarder between Mexico and the U.S. is 1,954 miles.

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« Reply #410 on: July 21, 2017, 03:43:31 PM »

Save the Carrier plant in Indiana

"So here's what's going to happen: Within 24 hours, I'll get a call — the head of Carrier — and he'll say, 'Mr. President, we've decided to stay in the United States. That's what's going to happen. 100 percent."

Sources: A campaign rally in Louisville, Kentucky

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Carrier plant moves forward with planned job cuts


By Lauren Carroll on Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 at 9:53 a.m.

"....starting this July, Carrier, which produces cooling and heating equipment, will lay off 632 Indiana employees as it moves its fan coil operations to Mexico."
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« Reply #411 on: July 23, 2017, 06:09:21 AM »

All the presidents Men

Jeff Sessions
    Then
    "Jeff has been a highly respected member of the US Senate for 20 years," Trump said in a statement. "He is a world-class legal mind and considered a truly great attorney general and US attorney in the state of Alabama. Jeff is greatly admired by legal scholars and virtually everyone who knows him."

Now
“Sessions should have never recused himself, and if he was going to recuse himself he should have told me before he took the job and I would have picked somebody else [Session’s actions were] “extremely unfair – and that’s a mild word - to the president"

Steve Bannon
    Then
    “I want to win. That’s why I’m bringing on fantastic people who know how to win and love to win.”¯

    Now
“I like Steve, but you have to remember he was not involved in my campaign until very late [...] had already beaten all the senators and all the governors, and I didn’t know Steve. I’m my own strategist and it wasn’t like I was going to change strategies because I was facing crooked Hillary.”¯

James Comey
    Then
    "It took guts for director Comey to make the move that he made, in light of the kind of opposition he had where they’re trying to protect her from criminal prosecution. You know that. It took a lot of guts."

    Now
“He was crazy, a real nut job," Trump told Russian officials, according to a summary of the meeting acquired by the New York Times. In June, after Comey had testified at a Senate hearing about Trump allegedly interfering with the Russia investigation, Trump accused the former FBI director of making "so many false statements and lies".

House Republican healthcare bill
    Then
    "This is a great plan [...] What we have is something very, very incredibly well crafted."

    Now
The bill is a "son of a bitch", CNN reported the president as saying. Trump also described it as "mean".


Paul Manafort
    Then
    "Paul is a great asset and an important addition as we consolidate the tremendous support we have received in the primaries and caucuses, garnering millions more votes than any other candidate. Paul Manafort, and the team I am building, bring the needed skill sets to ensure that the will of the Republican voters, not the Washington political establishment, determines who will be the nominee for the Republican Party."

   Now
This time it was Trump mouthpiece Sean Spicer who criticized a former ally. Manafort played a “very limited”¯ role for a “very limited amount of time”¯, Spicer said. He later added, incorrectly: "Paul was brought on sometime in June and by the middle of August he was no longer with the campaign, meaning for the final stretch of the general election, he was not involved."

Rod Rosenstein

    Then
    "He's highly respected – very good guy, very smart guy. The Democrats like him. The Republicans like him."

    Now
The New York Times said Trump was angry with the attorney general during an interview in July: "When Mr. Sessions recused himself, the president said he was irritated to learn where his deputy was from. 'There are very few Republicans in Baltimore, if any,' he said of the predominantly Democratic city. He complained that Mr Rosenstein had in effect been on both sides when it came to Mr Comey. The deputy attorney general recommended Mr Comey be fired but then appointed Mr Mueller, who may be investigating whether the dismissal was an obstruction of justice. 'Well, that’s a conflict of interest,' Mr. Trump said. 'Do you know how many conflicts of interests there are?'"




Oh shit! this will be the end of drumpf!!!!!! Impeach fouty fo!!!!!!
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« Reply #412 on: July 23, 2017, 01:42:08 PM »

Oh shit! this will be the end of drumpf!!!!!! Impeach fouty fo!!!!!!
surely won't be the end of his flip flopping.
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« Reply #413 on: July 24, 2017, 04:09:11 AM »

surely won't be the end of his flip flopping.

Who did you vote for?
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« Reply #414 on: July 31, 2017, 04:20:26 AM »

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« Reply #415 on: August 03, 2017, 11:27:11 AM »

Pity bump  Embarrassed
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« Reply #416 on: August 03, 2017, 11:55:02 AM »

Pity bump  Embarrassed

My mistake, he apparently won New Hampshire  Roll Eyes

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« Reply #417 on: August 03, 2017, 01:31:54 PM »

Trump's approval at 33%, 'Sharknado 3' at 29%

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« Reply #418 on: August 04, 2017, 05:41:23 AM »

Drudge siren: US created 209,000 jobs in July, vs 183,000 job expected
Drudge/CNBC ^ | 04 AUG 17 | Jeff Cox   | @JeffCoxCNBCcom
Posted on 8/4/2017, 8:34:17 AM by DCBryan1

Non-farm payrolls were expected to have increased by 183,000 last month after surging by an initially reported 222,000 in June, according to a Reuters survey of economists. The unemployment rate was expected to fall one-tenth to 4.3 percent.
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« Reply #419 on: August 07, 2017, 04:18:00 AM »

Trump's approval at 33%, 'Sharknado 3' at 29%

Winning!

Supposedly Trump has record low approval - and yet has won the presidency, 4 special elections and doubled Obama's fundraising.

How?
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« Reply #420 on: August 07, 2017, 05:22:03 AM »

 Cool


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« Reply #421 on: August 07, 2017, 07:37:41 AM »

Cool

LOL @ the media reporting this as a bad thing.   Smiley
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« Reply #422 on: August 07, 2017, 02:32:33 PM »

Now that's hilarious.
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In New Trend, U.S. Natural Gas Exports Exceeded Imports in 3 of the First 5 Months of 2017
energy collective/eia ^ | August 8, 2017 | U.S. EIA:Principal contributors: Katie Dyl, Victoria Zaretskaya
Posted on 8/8/2017, 8:06:51 PM by ckilmer

In New Trend, U.S. Natural Gas Exports Exceeded Imports in 3 of the First 5 Months of 2017

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graph of monthly U.S. natural gas imports and exports, as explained in the article text
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Natural Gas Monthly

The United States exported more natural gas than it imported in February, April, and May of 2017 according to the latest EIA’s Natural Gas Monthly. The United States has been a net natural gas importer (on an average annual basis) for nearly 60 years. Declining net pipeline imports from Canada, growing natural gas pipeline exports to Mexico, and increasing exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are all contributing to the nation’s ongoing shift toward being a net exporter.

graph of monthly U.S. natural gas imports and exports, as explained in the article text
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Natural Gas Monthly

The United States began importing more natural gas than it exported in 1958, when total natural gas trade volumes were much smaller. In October of that year, the TransCanada pipeline was completed, allowing Western Canadian natural gas to enter northeastern U.S. markets. Net U.S. natural gas imports from Canada peaked in 2007, averaging over 10 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d). More recently these volumes have been declining as domestic natural gas production from shale gas and tight oil formations has increased and displaced Canadian natural gas. Border crossings in Idaho and Montana make up the largest portions of natural gas entering the United States from Canada by pipeline, making up about 25% and 20%, respectively, in 2016.

While the United States remains a net importer of natural gas from Canada, U.S. exports to eastern Canada have been increasing steadily since 2000, when the Vector pipeline began service. The Vector pipeline, with a capacity of 1.3 Bcf/d, originates in Chicago and is currently supplied by natural gas from western Canada, Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. It delivers natural gas at the border in St. Clair, Michigan, and into Ontario’s Dawn hub. U.S. natural gas exports from Michigan, mainly through the Vector pipeline, make up most of the natural gas export volumes by pipeline to Canada.

graph of monthly U.S. natural gas trade by pipeline with Canada, as explained in the article text
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Natural Gas Monthly

Since 2011, several pipeline reversals have contributed to the growing volume of natural gas delivered into Canada from both the Midwest and Northeast. In March 2017, total U.S. natural gas exports to Canada were 3.21 Bcf/d, near the monthly record of 3.25 Bcf/d reached in December 2012; U.S. exports declined in both April and May.

graph of monthly U.S. natural gas exports by pipeline to Mexico, as explained in the article text
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Natural Gas Monthly

Natural gas exports to Mexico from the United States also reached near-record levels in the first five months of 2017, averaging 4.04 Bcf/d. Since 2010, when U.S. natural gas exports by pipeline to Mexico averaged 0.91 Bcf/d, these volumes have been steadily increasing, reaching an annual average of 3.78 Bcf/d in 2016. This growth in trade with Mexico has been the result of several factors, including growth in U.S. natural gas production, declines in domestic natural gas production in Mexico, increased use of natural gas in Mexico for industrial use and in electric power generation, and the ongoing expansion of the natural gas pipeline network at the United States-Mexico border and within Mexico.

The transition of the United States from a net importer of natural gas to a net exporter is also marked by the emergence of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from Sabine Pass, Louisiana, which set a new record of 1.96 Bcf/d in May 2017. Since U.S. LNG exports from the Lower 48 states began in February 2016, Sabine Pass has commissioned three liquefaction trains, with the fourth train coming online in the next few months. The United States still imports LNG from overseas, primarily at Everett, Massachusetts, but these volumes averaged only 0.20 Bcf/d over the first 5 months of 2017.

graph of monthly U.S. liquefied natural gas trade, as explained in the article text
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Natural Gas Monthly

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« Reply #424 on: August 08, 2017, 07:11:34 PM »

Is this why I keep getting offers to sell my mineral right's (oil and natural gas)? The offers have increased by $3,000 per acre in the last six months. I'm going to hold out for more though.
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