Immigration

Andrew Lloyd Peth
A question for my fellow Americans:
Why aren’t you blaming the Democrats?
 
• Democrats run higher education, where costs soar and value plummets. SO WHY AREN’T YOU BLAMING DEMOCRATS?
 
• Democrats run most large cities, where violent crime rates are off the charts. So when young people needlessly die in the streets, WHY AREN’T YOU BLAMING DEMOCRATS?
 
• Democrats took over our healthcare system, resulting in skyrocketing premiums and deductibles, with far fewer choices. SO WHY AREN’T YOU BLAMING DEMOCRATS?
 
• More people are being killed in the name of one religion than all other religions on the planet combined, but Democrats attack anyone calling on that religion to clean up its act. So every time people are killed in the name of that religion, WHY AREN’T YOU BLAMING DEMOCRATS?
 
• Democrats demand higher minimum wages, thus lowering youth employment and increasing automation. So every time you see a touch screen instead of an employee, WHY AREN’T YOU BLAMING DEMOCRATS?
 
• Democrats run green energy, which costs thousands of percent more in tax subsidies to produce the same amount of energy. So when money is missing for roads or bridges or children or veterans, WHY AREN’T YOU BLAMING DEMOCRATS?
 
• Democrats run Hollywood, so when ticket prices rise for one-sided sermons masquerading as movies, WHY AREN’T YOU BLAMING DEMOCRATS?
 
I could go on, but my point is simple: Whatever Democrats run inevitably makes lives worse. Violence increases. Prices soar. Racism deepens. Choices drop. Safety falls. Decency evaporates. Hate rages on campuses. Free speech is bullied.
 
So, my fellow Americans, why—oh why—AREN’T YOU BLAMING DEMOCRATS????

Dana Loesch says the left uses their media to assassinate real news, and their entertainers to repeat the false narrative over and over again. The only way to save our country and our freedom from their lies is to fight the violence with the clenched fist of truth. The National Rifle Association of America is Freedom’s Safest Place.

 

It’s May 1st.
May Day.
Communist/Socialist Day.
A Day the Democrats and Progressives celebrate.
Why?
Losers….

A Presidency of great promise ends in rancor and disappointment.

Opinion Journal Video: Global View Columnist Bret Stephens previews President Obama’s farewell speech. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency

President Obama once said that as President he aspired to be the progressive Ronald Reagan, and as he prepares to leave office he has succeeded in fundamental if ironic ways.

While Reagan left behind a calmer, more optimistic country, Mr. Obama leaves a more divided and rancorous one. While the Gipper helped elect a successor to extend his legacy, Mr. Obama will be succeeded by a man who campaigned to repudiate the President’s agenda. Barack Obama has been a historic President but perhaps not a consequential one.

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Mr. Obama was always going to be a historic President by dint of his election as the first African-American to hold the office. His victory affirmed the American ideal that anyone can aspire and win political power. This affirmation was all the better because Mr. Obama won in large part thanks to his cool temperament amid the financial crisis and his considerable personal talents.

Yet his Presidency has been a disappointment at home and abroad, a fact ironically underscored by Mr. Obama’s relentless insistence that he has been a success. In his many farewell interviews, he has laid out what he regards as his main achievements: reviving the economy after the Great Recession, a giant step toward national health care, new domestic regulations and a global pact to combat climate change, the Iran nuclear deal, and a world where America is merely one nation among many others in settling global disputes rather than promoting its democratic values.

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Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump at the third U.S. presidential debate
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump at the third U.S. presidential debate PHOTO: MARK RALSTON/GETTY IMAGES

The final presidential debate led off with questions about the future of the Supreme Court, currently deadlocked along liberal and conservative lines following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. The candidates, in a sometimes somber tone that didn’t last through the debate, played to their bases in responses that focused on abortion, gun rights and the direction they would try to take the court when filling openings.

Mrs. Clinton described her potential appointees to the court as tribunes for the common people. “I feel strongly the Supreme Court needs to stand on the side of the American people, not on the side of the powerful corporations and the wealthy,” she said. She listed liberal decisions she wanted to protect, protecting abortion rights and same-sex marriage, and one that she wanted overruled, Citizens United, which lifted limits on corporate and union political spending. She said nothing about the legal philosophy her nominees should hold. Continue reading

The Reagan Club meets on the first Thursday of every month at The Amazing Grace Community Church ( 541 E 99th Pl, Thornton, CO, 80229) from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. with doors open at 6:00 p.m.. We feature different programs and speakers as we honor the 40th President. The Reagan Club of Colorado seeks to promote the Constitution, smaller government, lower taxes, personal freedom, helping candidates, and educating the public about one of our greatest presidents, Ronald Wilson Reagan.

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