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« Reply #525 on: December 30, 2017, 07:00:09 AM »

surely do not get tired of winning along with the rest of America, even if some dont like it! President Trump was the best thing to happen and will be recognized as one of the greatest to take office. he blew obama out of the water, and msm hates him! he helped make [most] of the American public realize that corruption was already in their homes through the media!!! i still dont understand how they get away with it, i would conjecture that what they spew is slander and libel and should be sued or shut down. i understand that a handful of people own all the major media outlets but it makes you wonder why they come together to fight Presidemt Trump in such a hard manner. yhey are obviously afraid of something that man has, he certainly is the real deal. also low approval ratings my ass, half of America voted for him and more libs are taking our side and not listening to the bullshit and drivel of msm. look at what he has done in such a short time, and all in the interest of America the Beautiful. he makes me proud to live in America again, proud to say i am American and proud to live in the restored land of opportunity. MAGA
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« Reply #526 on: January 04, 2018, 11:15:01 AM »

DOW 25K!
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« Reply #527 on: January 04, 2018, 05:10:07 PM »

It's been a hell of a new year so far:

>Over 100 companies giving 'Trump Bonuses' after tax victory (http://archive.is/cFCq5)
>DOW breaks 25,000 for the first time in history (http://archive.is/lcweX)
>US private sector added 250,000 jobs in Dec, vs estimate of 190,000 (http://archive.is/8AV9u)
>Job-cut announcements in 2017 see lowest level since 1990 (http://archive.is/7kQtJ)
>ICE is increasing presence in California because of (((sanctuary state))) law, says Trump immigration chief (http://archive.is/9tUh3)
>Trump said Thursday that any DACA deal he signs will need to include funding for his border wall, more money for immigration enforcement, an overhaul of the family-based immigration system and an end to the diversity visa lottery (http://archive.is/tEcQ0)
>Trump administration dramatically expands offshore drilling (http://archive.is/GaROR)
>State Department suspends security assistance to Pakistan (http://archive.is/QzIsH)
>Justice Department reopens Hillary Clinton email investigation (http://archive.is/mAoCD)
>Comey’s original Clinton memo released, cites possible violations (http://archive.is/afNSf)
>Judge allows House panel to subpoena Fusion GPS's financial records (http://archive.is/YwY4B)
>DOJ deal gives Nunes access to ALL documents and witnesses sought in Russia probe (http://archive.is/Jg5nQ)
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« Reply #528 on: January 05, 2018, 08:35:54 PM »

https://www.facebook.com/FoxNewsVoices/videos/971574449657777/
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« Reply #529 on: January 05, 2018, 08:46:47 PM »

Physical Isis presence defeated in Iraq and Syria...HUGE accomplishment Military says was basically because Trump policies put power back to Military leaders on ground...not Pentagon...no more Isis physical strogholds in Iraq although ideology exists but liberal media will not praise Trump for handing Isis biggest defeat since Obama let them grow..and just ignored by media...no mention of Trump policies defeaing Isis in iraq and Syria..
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« Reply #530 on: January 06, 2018, 06:36:14 AM »

Physical Isis presence defeated in Iraq and Syria...HUGE accomplishment Military says was basically because Trump policies put power back to Military leaders on ground...not Pentagon...no more Isis physical strogholds in Iraq although ideology exists but liberal media will not praise Trump for handing Isis biggest defeat since Obama let them grow..and just ignored by media...no mention of Trump policies defeaing Isis in iraq and Syria..

You would think the rest of the world (especially Europe) would be more thankful...  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #531 on: January 06, 2018, 07:58:51 AM »

Playing the media like a drum one tweet at a time.


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« Reply #532 on: January 06, 2018, 09:18:51 AM »

Economy

Trump’s first-year jobs numbers were very, very good http://archive.is/y2n7h

U.S. Manufacturing Records Best Year Since 2004 http://archive.is/5IFem

Job-cut announcements in 2017 see lowest level since 1990 http://archive.is/7kQtJ

Black unemployment rate falls to record low http://archive.is/WGX8F

Wages Up 2.5% in 2017 over 2016 http://archive.is/0PQIl
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« Reply #533 on: January 06, 2018, 12:50:11 PM »

Playing the media like a drum one tweet at a time.

This is awesome....lol
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« Reply #534 on: January 07, 2018, 08:55:20 AM »

Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime Chairman Sen. Lindsey Graham this morning stated that senior FBI investigator Peter Strzok is a "political hack," and the way he conducted the Clinton email investigation "should scare us all."

Graham this morning stated that Clinton-sponsored dossier author Steele should be investigated, b/c a legitimate FBI informant does not "shop" political opposition research to journalists "around the world."

Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime Chair Lindsey Graham this morning suggested that Obama Justice official Bruce Ohr should also be investigated, b/c his & wife's ties to Fusion GPS created a "political conflict" with regard to his role in Russia investigation
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« Reply #535 on: January 07, 2018, 10:35:38 AM »

Its just funny how the libturds haven't figured out even after all this time that Trump is trolling them.....lol
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« Reply #536 on: January 07, 2018, 11:24:18 AM »

Its just funny how the libturds haven't figured out even after all this time that Trump is trolling them.....lol

Even more hilarious is the fact Trumptards view this mans delusional manic behavior as some sort of genius.
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« Reply #537 on: January 08, 2018, 09:14:23 AM »

Even more hilarious is the fact Trumptards view this mans delusional manic behavior as some sort of genius.

Takes family inheritance and turns it into a billion dollar empire, becoming one of the wealthiest men on earth, has one of the most recognizable and profitable brands in the world (his name), ran for president with zero political experience, spending half as much as the coronated opponent Clinton, ran against the MSM, beat 17 GOP candidates and Clinton in an electoral college landslide, becoming the most powerful man on the planet. 

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« Reply #538 on: January 08, 2018, 09:15:34 AM »

Trump’s Historic Success Appointing Federal Judges in 2017
by KEN KLUKOWSKI
30 Dec 2017
Washington, DC

Even President Donald Trump’s critics cannot deny his historic success in 2017 in appointed judges to the Supreme Court and lower federal courts, exercising one of the greatest powers of the presidency in a way that will create a lasting legacy shaping the destiny of the nation.
President Trump’s clearest single victory on the judicial front was the successful nomination and confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. It began with the unexpected death of Justice Antonin Scalia in February 2016. For voters, the issue of the courts went from the abstract to the concrete, and judicial appointments became a red-hot issue.

Once candidate Trump locked up the GOP nomination, in May 2016 he released a list of potential Supreme Court picks. The list was a conservative goldmine. Shortly before the election, he expanded it to 21—including Gorsuch, a judge from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit—and pledged to pick only a judge from that list for Scalia’s seat.

Polls show that the Supreme Court was the #1 issue for a whopping 21 percent of voters on Election Day 2016, and that those voters broke for Trump by a huge margin of 57-40. The courts were one of his most potent political issues going into the ballot box.

President Trump nominated Gorsuch on January 31 to great fanfare. The 49-year-old was confirmed in April, and by the end of the Supreme Court’s annual term in June 2017 his initial actions evidenced that he is a rock-ribbed originalist, as the president had promised the voters.

But President Trump’s success did not end with Gorsuch. That was only the beginning. He began nominating dozens of federal judges to fill 167 current or imminent vacancies, and pushing them through the Senate.

Article II of the Constitution specifies that only the president can nominate a federal judge, subject to confirmation by the U.S. Senate. Once confirmed, those judges usually serve for life. Some of the judges this president appoints during his tenure could still be serving on the bench 40 years from now.

On December 14, President Trump made history when the Senate confirmed his nomination of Judge James Ho to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, becoming the first president to successfully appoint 12 federal appeals court judges in the first year of a presidency.

These appellate judges were confirmed almost on party-line votes, however. Ho was confirmed by a vote of 53-43. This came on the heels of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s being confirmed to the Seventh Circuit 55-43, Judge Joan Larsen’s being confirmed to the Sixth Circuit 60-38, and Allison Eid’s being confirmed to the Tenth Circuit 56-41.

Two of these judges (Ho and Eid) clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas, and the other two (Barrett and Larsen) clerked for Scalia. All went on to extremely impressive careers in the law afterward. Ho is of Chinese dissent, immigrating from Taiwan as a child with his parents before he could speak English. The others are women.

Yet for all this, they were confirmed without more than a handful of Democratic votes. The party that claims to be for racial and gender diversity voted against judges they admitted were extremely well-qualified when those judges were openly conservative.

President Trump’s appointments suggest that a White House can have a principled merits-based selection process devoid of racial and gender preferences that will still yield diverse results—including diversity of thought.

The president’s record numbers were achieved despite literally unprecedented obstruction for judicial nominees. In 1986, Scalia had a mile-long paper trail as an uncompromising conservative, first as a top legal official in Republican administrations, then as a law professor, and finally as a federal appeals judge. Yet the Senate confirmed him 98-0 to the Supreme Court, with every Democratic senator acknowledging that President Ronald Reagan had the constitutional right to pick conservative judges.

By 2006, most Democrats voted against the clearly well-qualified Justice Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court, with a final tally in the Republican Senate of 58-42. Yet that same year, the Senate unanimously confirmed Gorsuch to the Tenth Circuit, just as they unanimously had confirmed Scalia to the Supreme Court 20 years earlier.

Yet in 2017—when Gorsuch had established a consensus-building record as a judge, being part of unanimous decisions at the Tenth Circuit 97 percent of the time, and part of the majority 99 percent of the time—Democrats tried to filibuster his nomination to the Supreme Court. That filibuster was broken only by a change to Senate rules—the “nuclear option”—in a 52-48 vote. Democratic senators who openly admitted that he was fully qualified for the Supreme Court voted against him nonetheless. Gorsuch was confirmed by a vote of only 54-45.

Senate confirmations for well-qualified nominees have degenerated from unanimous for all courts (including Supreme Court), to unanimous for lower courts but party-line at Supreme Court, to party-line votes at the court of appeals. For two centuries, no president before President Trump had to combat such hyper-partisan obstruction.

Both parties see the stakes. President Trump has made 68 nominations so far to the 167 current or upcoming vacancies on the federal bench, with dozens more nominees expected in early 2018. At year’s end, 19 of those nominees have been confirmed, with many more pending on the Senate floor for a final vote.

Yet there are still impediments that President Trump and Senate Republicans must push through. Of the 19 judges who have been confirmed, Senate Democrats required a cloture vote for 18 of them. By contrast, there was only a single cloture vote on judicial nominations during the hundreds of judicial confirmations over eight years of the Obama presidency.

Even after cloture is invoked, Senate rules allow for up to 30 hours additional debate. Each of these confirmations has been costly, yet the president and his allies have persisted.

President Trump has done three things that have proven instrumental to his historic judicial victories.

First, President Trump has picked the right two top-level members of his administration to make all this happen.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been a leading national authority on the courts throughout his years in the Senate and advising the Trump campaign. In addition to the many successes Sessions has delivered for the president while leading the Justice Department, he also manages the team that is involved daily in vetting potential nominees for the bench and then getting them through the Senate.

White House Counsel Don McGahn has led the president’s team inside the White House on judicial nominations, playing an “outsized role”— a criticism when coming from the president’s opponents, but high praise when coming from Republicans—in researching potential nominees for their qualifications and conservative philosophy, and recommending them to the president for nomination.

Second, the president has built relationships with key coalition partners. The Federalist Society has demonstrated its unequaled capacity and potential as a vetting network and farm team for conservative lawyers and judges. The Heritage Foundation has also lent its tremendous brain-power and gravitas to helping identify and suggest potential picks for the bench. And the Judicial Crisis Network has become the foremost organization in the nation for informing voters and mobilizing grassroots support to motivate senators to confirm the president’s conservative nominees.

Third, President Trump has developed effective partners in two leading senators.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) has been pushing one nominee after another through his committee, and ended the blue-slip courtesy that Democrats were using to veto the president’s nominees.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), who is sometimes at odds with the GOP base, is scoring high marks with that base for his resolve and effectiveness at successfully confirming President Trump’s judges. He moved forward on judicial nominees that the leftwing American Bar Association opposed. McConnell also pledged to keep the Senate in session for however many days it would take to burn through Democrats’ post-cloture 30-hour windows to successfully confirm the president’s nominees.

The president’s critics cannot deny his success when it comes to the courts. Even the National Review has gone from #NeverTrump to #TrumpIsAwesome on judicial picks.

Despite strained efforts by his opponents to deny him successes, President Trump has had phenomenal success in 2017 fulfilling his campaign promise to appoint principled conservatives to the U.S. Supreme Court and lower courts, with more in store for 2018—including another likely Supreme Court vacancy shortly before the 2018 midterm elections.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/12/30/trumps-historic-success-appointing-federal-judges-in-2017/
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« Reply #539 on: January 08, 2018, 04:35:40 PM »

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« Reply #540 on: January 09, 2018, 12:53:43 PM »

'The engine of the economy roared back to life': US small-business confidence hit a record high in 2017
 Bob Bryan

The small-business optimism index from the National Federation of Independent Businesses came in at 104.9 in December.

The index's average monthly reading last year was 104.8, the highest for any year in the history of its survey.

Both the NFIB's CEO and its chief economist attributed the boost in confidence to policy changes under the Trump administration.

Small-business confidence hit a record high in 2017, according to the National Federation of Independent Businesses.

The right-leaning lobbying group on Tuesday released its latest index of small-business optimism, capping what it said was "an all-time record-setter" of a year.

The index came in at 104.9 in December. The NFIB says the index's average monthly level last year was 104.8, the highest in the history of its survey.

Juanita Duggan, the group's president and CEO, pinned the increase in optimism on policy changes under President Donald Trump.

"With a massive tax cut this year, accompanied by significant regulatory relief, we expect very strong growth, millions more jobs, and higher pay for Americans," Duggan said in a release.

The NFIB's chief economist, Bill Dunkelberg, also credited the surge in optimism to Trump.

"The 2016 election was like a dam breaking," Dunkelberg said. "Small-business owners were waiting for better policies from Washington, suddenly they got them, and the engine of the economy roared back to life."

The NFIB late last year came out against the first version of the Republican tax bill, saying it would not be wholly beneficial to small-business owners.

But after changes to the bill that made tax cuts more generous for owners of entities known as pass-through businesses, whose profits the owner books as personal income, the NFIB supported the final version that recently became law.

Ian Shepherdson, the chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, said that while the group's headline number was encouraging, some of the underlying trends in owners' spending intentions were still lagging.

Shepherdson noted that the percentage of owners who say they are increasing capital expenditures — making large investments in their businesses — remained near a nine-month low in November.

"The index strengthened in the spring and early summer but then dropped immediately after the hurricanes," Shepherdson wrote. "Its failure then to rebound is disconcerting and hard to explain, but at least it appears no longer to be falling.

"Still, we need to see stronger numbers over the next few months if the story of sustained strength in capex this year is to materialize," he said.

The NFIB survey is one of a slew of readings — such as consumer confidence and manufacturer surveys from the various Federal Reserve branches — that have improved over the past year. So far, that has contributed to a solid increase in economic activity, but not exceeding the long-term trend for the post-recession recovery.

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« Reply #541 on: January 09, 2018, 01:00:24 PM »

Americans' Optimism About Job Market Hit Record High in 2017
by Megan Brenan
JANUARY 9, 2018

STORY HIGHLIGHTS
56% viewed job market positively in 2017, up from 42% in 2016
Confidence in job market buoyed by Republicans since Trump's inauguration
40% of unemployed adults seeking jobs rated job market as good
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http://news.gallup.com/poll/225071/americans-optimism-job-market-hit-record-high-2017.aspx
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« Reply #542 on: January 09, 2018, 01:02:44 PM »

Dimon thinks even his own economist at J.P. Morgan is dead wrong about GDP, predicts 4% U.S. growth
Jamie Dimon thinks the economy is about to rocket higher.
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Published:  Jan 9, 2018
 
‘If we have a couple of years of good growth, that could justify the markets where they are. Four percent economic growth this year is possible’
Those were the thoughts of JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO Jamie Dimon, who offered a forecast for U.S. economic growth that outstrips even some of the more bullish economists.

Speaking during an interview with Fox Business’s Maria Bartiromo on Tuesday, Dimon said the recently signed tax legislation, which cuts the corporate tax rate to 21% from 35%, is likely to support higher levels for the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.41% the S&P 500 index SPX, +0.14% and the Nasdaq Composite Index COMP, +0.09% which have already rung up all-time highs in first several sessions of 2018, after a record-setting rally for the equity benchmarks last year.

Read: Dow set to resume record run after taking a breather

Dimon said he expects the “competitive tax rate” to encourage deal-making on Wall Street, pointing to Europe which he said is on pace to grow at a 3% rate. A reading of gross domestic product is slated for Jan. 26.

In the U.S., the economy grew at a 3.1% annual pace in the second quarter and a 3.2% annual rate in the third, according to the Commerce Department, exceeding the postrecession pace of near 2% A fresh estimate of gross domestic product is slated for Jan. 26.

However, few prominent economists are expecting GDP growth to hit a stellar 4% pace this year.

In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Glenn Hubbard, Columbia Business School dean, said corporate tax cuts aren’t likely to have the stimulative effect many are hoping. “It’s not going to raise us off to 4% GDP growth,” he told the newspaper. “But it’s not going to kill 10,000 people a year.”

Moreover, J.P. Morgan’s chief U.S. economist Michael Feroli’s forecast for early GDP readings lands below his boss’s much loftier expectations, even factoring the tax cuts: “We boosted our 1Q18 real GDP forecast from 2.0% to 2.5%…following the recent passage of the tax package. The changes are set to take effect somewhat earlier than we had anticipated a few weeks ago, and also are more frontloaded than we had expected. As a whole, we look for the package to boost GDP growth by about 0.3%-pt in 2018 and 0.2%-pt in 2019, according to his recent research report.

Still, the J.P. Morgan JPM, +0.67%  CEO is bullish on the prospects for further economic growth, even as the Federal Reserve officials said they are mindful that tax-cuts and other measures could overheat the U.S. economy and are likely to raise borrowing costs to quell growth.

Meanwhile, Dimon also said he regretted calling bitcoin BTCUSD, -0.79% a “fraud”, but also said that he believed that blockchain, or distributed-ledger technology behind cryptocurrencies, is “real” but still thinks that digital assets like the No. 1 digital asset in the world is hyped.

“The issue, he said, is “what the governments are gonna feel about bitcoin as it gets really big, and I just have a different opinion than other people. I’m not interested that much in the subject at all.”

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/dimon-thinks-economists-are-dead-wrong-about-gdp-predicts-4-us-growth-2018-01-09
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« Reply #543 on: January 09, 2018, 03:38:16 PM »

Takes family inheritance and turns it into a billion dollar empire, becoming one of the wealthiest men on earth, has one of the most recognizable and profitable brands in the world (his name), ran for president with zero political experience, spending half as much as the coronated opponent Clinton, ran against the MSM, beat 17 GOP candidates and Clinton in an electoral college landslide, becoming the most powerful man on the planet. 

Sounds like genius to me. 


No one can argue this.
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« Reply #544 on: January 09, 2018, 04:15:56 PM »


No one can argue this.

oh but they do... oh but they do...
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« Reply #545 on: January 09, 2018, 04:29:24 PM »


No one can argue this.

Nor can anyone prove some of it to be true.
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« Reply #546 on: January 09, 2018, 05:16:12 PM »

No can anyone prove some of it to be true.


And you can't prove you aren't attracted sexually to little boys.

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« Reply #547 on: January 09, 2018, 05:39:27 PM »

And you can't prove you aren't attracted sexually to little boys.



Is that the best you have? Sad!  BTW, neither can you.
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« Reply #548 on: January 09, 2018, 05:42:50 PM »

Takes family inheritance and turns it into a billion dollar empire, becoming one of the wealthiest men on earth, has one of the most recognizable and profitable brands in the world (his name), ran for president with zero political experience, spending half as much as the coronated opponent Clinton, ran against the MSM, beat 17 GOP candidates and Clinton in an electoral college landslide, becoming the most powerful man on the planet.  

Sounds like genius to me.  

Ran for president with zero political experience, spending half as much as the coronated opponent Clinton, ran against the MSM, beat 17 GOP candidates and Clinton in an electoral college landslide, becoming the most powerful man on the planet.  

This is The Main Thing MSM Leftists & Clinton Supporters
Just Cannot Deal With.
And are Still Realing From... Ha Ha Ha
Their Worlds Came Crashing Down.

Grown Men on here Crying / whimpering / bitching & Constantly bleating on & on....
They should Man the Fuck up - Stop acting like little girlies.
If they had anything about them they’d be Ashamed


Well Done Donald.
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« Reply #549 on: January 09, 2018, 05:52:56 PM »

No can anyone prove some of it to be true.


Which part of what I said isn't true?

Takes family inheritance and turns it into a billion dollar empire, becoming one of the wealthiest men on earth, has one of the most recognizable and profitable brands in the world (his name), ran for president with zero political experience, spending half as much as the coronated opponent Clinton, ran against the MSM, beat 17 GOP candidates and Clinton in an electoral college landslide, becoming the most powerful man on the planet. 

Sounds like genius to me. 
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