US CITIZENS WERE CLASSIFIED AS ENEMIES OF THE STATE IN 1933!
United States Congressional Record, March 17, 1993 Vol. 33, page H-1303 (Rep James Traficant): … 1,462 more words
NCEMA implemented the project by adopting a unified electronic system and activating a feature to send warning messages through telecommunications networks, to reach the general public through their mobile phones. 8 more words
Liveline’s on the telly. It must be a national emergency.
We are on the cusp of a blizzard, you see. A snow blizzard. And while some might label this predicament as ‘being Canadian’, here in Ireland it’s weather alert time of the highest order – RED – and at 4pm the majority of the country will hunker down in their homes and wait out the greatest show storm to hit Ireland – queue scary music. 742 more words
This is just one more reason as to why us Patriotic Americans supported and voted for Donald J. Trump.
Since typical politicians and the United Nations have proven themselves inefficient when it comes to protecting human rights, President Trump has taken it upon himself to be the tip of the sword in this battle by declaring a national emergency for the United States, and the world. 1,020 more words
By Delaney Gagnon
President Donald Trump, after months of promising action, has declared the opioid epidemic a national public health emergency. The decision comes after the most recent report by a Trump-appointed commission, headed by Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey, whose job is to research and report on the opioid crisis. 472 more words
President Trump is officially declaring the opioid crisis a “national emergency”—an act usually reserved for natural disasters, mass infectious disease outbreaks, and terrorist attacks. This announcement—the first of its kind—underscores the magnitude of the crisis. 423 more words