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Comey, Rosenstein, Mueller keeping America unsafe since 2001

As the Department of Justice, FBI and Special Council are investigating the 2016 presidential election, the Russian influence as well as President Trump, the principals behind these probes have plenty of experience working with each other without ever bringing charges. 477 more words

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Mr. Putin goes to Washington

Well the Trump treason charges by those on the left have died back to a murmur as the President offered an invitation to President Putin to come to Washington on the eve of the midterm elections in November. 232 more words

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US can't afford peace with Russia

With hundreds of trillions of dollars on the line, the US media is beating the drum on the 70-year-old plus Russia is bad narrative.

The entire military-industrial complex was built on that premise that we had to go toe-to-toe with Russia on every aircraft, tank and nuclear missile — even if the East did not have that weapon. 136 more words


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Jack Charbonneau 2020: Political Revolution

Declaration Press Conference

Eagle Scout Memorial

July 20, 2018, 10:00 am


ATTN: PRESS AND PUBLIC, ET AL. 1,156 more words

A US economic snapshot in the middle of 2018 -- not all is well

Let’s take a quick look at the US economy and where it may be headed in the near term.

While unemployment is said to be very low, the rate is still artificially low due to the uncounted Americans no longer in the workforce because of chronic joblessness. 348 more words

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Putin and Trump both know who the real villains are

What can we take away from the joint press conference between Presidents Trump and Putin Monday in Helsinki?

Trump knows from the unredacted DOJ Inspector General’s report that Russia played no part in the throwing of the 2016 presidential election. 447 more words

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Together, We Make America!

An Election Winning Strategy

So many Democratic strategists don’t get it, they keep espousing strategies and procedures that, while excellent, will not win elections. Part of the reason Republicans have done so well over the last decade, apart from engaging in a procedural warfare allowing them to gerrymander maps and fill judgeships unopposed, is that Conservative voters are much more willing to compromise to get what they want. 1,261 more words