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Funny how the Democrat’s daily talking points regarding the border are in lockstep with the mainstream media, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, NYT, WaPo, etc right down to the same wording and phrasing.

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"Celebrate Diversity" bannerNew Jersey could soon become the second state requiring public schools to include in their curricula the societal contributions of LGBTQ individuals.

In 2012, California became the first state mandating that public schools recognize the contributions of homosexuals. New Jersey could be next if Governor Phil Murphy signs into law a bill requiring school districts include instruction on the contributions of people with disabilities and those in the LGBTQ community. If signed into law, S-1569 would apply to the curriculum of middle school and high school students beginning with the 2020-2021 school year.

Len Deo, president and executive director of the New Jersey Family Policy Council, describes the bill as ludicrous legislation that could alter history.


“It’s a ridiculous piece of legislation,” he tells OneNewsNow. “It should not be redoing history, no matter what a person’s gender identity or sexuality was in the past.”

The bill’s sponsor is Democratic Senator Loretta Weinberg of Bergen. However, Deo says there was no notable clamor for such a bill.

“This has not been a mandate from the New Jersey Department of Education,” he points out. “This legislation is forcing local school boards individually to have to address this issue and change their current curriculum.”

In December, the legislation passed both the State Assembly (52-10-15) and the State Senate (27-5).

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Written by Wes Walker on January 11, 2019

Oh, ChuckandNancy (Chancy?) want MEXICO to pay for it? They are going to LOVE this!

For decades now, we’ve seen Democrats with their political double-speak. They’re like Lucie holding the football for Charlie Brown, making bold assurances of one thing, and pulling the ball away when it comes time to make good on it.

Little things… like pledging to tighten security AFTER Republicans give ground on Democrat pet policy initiatives.

You didn’t really think they’d keep their end of the bargain, did you? Sure, the Secure Fence Act of 2006 put $50B into building a double-fence border barrier. But there was no real political will to actually proceed with using that money for the intended purpose.

Three years later, Chuck was still telling us how important that wall was, and how big a problem illegal aliens are for America generally. We should know, we’ve got the video.

But now, with the Partial Shutdown into its third week, and with the talks between Congress and the White House grinding to a halt, Chuck Norris and Ted Cruz coming to the rescue.

Norris drew attention to a piece of legislation that was just re-introduced into the Senate by Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz that would use the seized funds of convicted drug cartel overlords for border security and border wall construction.

Cruz cleverly named his bill the “Ensuring Lawful Collection of Hidden Assets to Provide Order Act — or EL CHAPO Act — named for the arrested kingpin of the Mexico-based Sinaloa drug cartel, Joaquin Archivaldo “El Chapo” Guzman Lorea, from whom roughly $14 billion has been seized and would be forfeited if El Chapo is convicted.
…“If you didn’t know, El Chapo is almost entirely responsible for the majority of drugs that come up through the U.S. southern border. As the co-founder and head of the Sinaloa Cartel, he is the #1 supplier of marijuana, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamines into the U.S. If you or your loved ones have ever tried or been addicted to illegal drugs, odds are they originated from the Sinaloa Cartel.”

Norris proceeded to cite several examples of how widely the Sinaloa’s drug trafficking network operated inside the U.S., as well as the vast accumulation of wealth the cartel has received in illicit drug money, and how the estimated $14 billion that would be forfeited upon El Chapo’s conviction would be more than enough to cover the construction of a border wall where necessary.

“Is Sen. Cruz’s EL CHAPO Act not a brilliant idea to fund the border wall between the U.S. and Mexico? And guess what? A Mexican pays for it after all — one evil hombre who has repeatedly raped America’s communities and the souls of precious millions through narcotics and other criminalities for the past three decades,” wrote Norris.
Source: ConservativeTribune

Fourteen Billion would build a pretty good chunk of that wall, wouldn’t it? And isn’t El Chapo even from … Mexico?

That would certainly qualify as ‘Promises kept’, Mr. President!

Unlike the ridiculously-named ‘Affordable Care Act’ or other bills we’ve seen in the past, the name on this one even says what it really means. Bonus points for working El Chapo into an acronym.

This seems like it should be a slam dunk, doesn’t it?

On what possible grounds would Democrats object to using drug smuggler money to fund a secure border?

This even strips ‘Chancy’ of usual go-to talking points:

— it’s waste of taxpayer money

— he promised Mexico would pay for it.

If this passes, America wins twice over.

Taxpayers shoulder less of the financial burden of protecting against criminal syndicates looking to exploit America’s wealth.

And, as Drug Smugglers get convicted, their money goes back to protecting our border which ALSO allows other assets to be redeployed to ports of entry, reducing contraband illegally entering the nation.

Why would they possibly oppose it?

Alabama’s attorney general urged Congress Friday to support the state’s push for the Census not to count undocumented immigrants when deciding the number of congressional seats for each state.

Steve Marshall, who recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of the state, said Alabama stands to lose one of seven congressional seats and one of its nine electoral votes if undocumented immigrants aren’t excluded from the apportionment process.

Source: USAToday

Could it be to disenfranchise states in Flyover Country, and centralize more clout in States who have no regard for the rule of law?

Is That what Palmieri’s memo really meant?

“The fight to protect Dreamers is not only a moral imperative, it is also a critical component of the Democratic Party’s future electoral success,” the memo read.

It finished, “If Democrats don’t try to do everything in their power to defend Dreamers, that will jeopardize Democrats’ electoral chances in 2018 and beyond.”
Source: FoxNews

We The People wanted a ‘new sheriff’ in town to change the direction the nation was taking and put the DC swamp rats in their place. So we elected one.

He’s made some solid progress already. Massively cutting Red Tape, and cutting taxes was a good start. Breaking the back of ISIS and bringing our trade partners to the table, was good too.

But there’s still plenty of work to be done in setting things straight in Washington.

And Trump is exactly the right guy for the job.


Written by Wes Walker on January 11, 2019

Democrats ‘tough stand’ against the wall pretends to be about protecting us from Trump’s needless wasteful spending. We’re calling BS on that one.

You need look no further than ‘Citizens against Government waste‘.

With Trump asking for between $5 and $6 Billion to get started on our big beautiful wall, it’s helpful to see what other government projects already approved seem to think that was justifiable. Notice these amounts are higher than the amount wanted for the wall.

Here’s a small sampling of a longer list.

“Rural Utility Service.” This program costs taxpayers $8.2 billion/year and has no actual purpose after its original intent — bringing electricity to rural communities — was long ago achieved. It’s now being used to bring broadband access to small communities (usually with populations of less than 20,000). However there’s no indication the “beneficiaries” of this expensive government agency actually appreciate the program and the majority of its projects are not completed on time or within budget.
Sugar Subsidies. America, as Democrats frequently intone, faces a health crisis. What they don’t tell us is that it’s largely of their own making, as Congress subsidizes the production of unhealthy foods like sugar and high-fructose corn syrup. Eliminating sugar subsidies alone would save $6 billion, enough to fund the border wall; it would also have the added benefit of helping curb the nation’s obesity epidemic.
The United Nations. As the United Nation’s largest contributor, the U.S. in 2016 donated $10 billion to the U.N. As CAGW notes, reducing these contributions just 25 percent would create a savings of $12.5 billion over 10 years. Of the money Congress appropriates for the United Nations, 5 million taxpayer dollars are itemized for abortions in foreign countries.
Waste, Fraud, and Abuse. The Government Accountability Office estimates taxpayers are spending more than $137 billion annually on “payment errors,” which covers all manner of waste, fraud, and abuse within Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. The feds could implement the same kind of fraud protections credit card companies used to ensure against abuse, but don’t. In fact, Congress has gone in the opposite direction, winding down the program intended to police fraud within Medicare, the so-called Recovery Audit Contractor. In other words, Congress is knowingly funding tens of billions of dollars of fraud annually.
Source: Grabien News

One Twitter user had a list of his own:

Fair warning, this gets really weird, really fast.

Weirder than ‘genital washing’? and seven figures worth of World of Warcraft? Sure. Maybe. Judge for yourself.

Vacant buildings… pancakes… hipster smoking parties… Twilight novels… college drinking… dead employees… pottery classes…

Sure, that all seems like a perfectly legitimate use of tax dollars.

Video games fighting obesity? There’s an idea that couldn’t possibly fail.

A quarter of a BILLION training SIXTY SYRIAN REBELS? That seems … a little high.

Robot squirrel… First Class airfare… rabbit massages… EPA-made mess… Obese lesbians… fighting shrimp… religious sites…

Robot Squirrels and lardy lesbians??


Great job holding that line on Waste, Nancy — wouldn’t want to piss taxpayer money away on anything as nonsensical as the fulfillment of a promise everyone signed off on back in ’06.

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