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Trump border wall: Funded by taxes on Americans, not Mexico

Throughout his campaign for president, Donald Trump repeatedly emphasized his promise to build a big, beautiful, technologically advanced wall on the border between the United States and Mexico. Not only did he promise to build it, he promised that Mexico…

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Donald Trump: An Interesting Meeting And A Major Policy Speech

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To the surprise of many people who have been listening to the talking heads and get much of their information on Donald Trump from them, Donald Trump eagerly accepted an invitation from Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to visit him in Mexico City and discuss future relations between the two countries.

Trump went because it’s the way he’s always done things…if he wants to find out something, he goes to take a look at it, he asks, he learns firsthand. For President Nieto it’s not such a bad idea either. Why not sound out someone who might well be the next American president, find out what kind of person he is and see what kind of common ground is possible?

In spite of media speculation of massive protests and even threats to Trump’s physical safety, in the end there were only a handful of protestors and both men remarked on how well the meeting had gone. At which time UniVision’s Jorge Ramos had a coronary. Pity…he was already weakened by the recent Gallup Poll showing Trump with 30% of the Hispanic vote.

Needless to say, the media didn’t concentrate on the positive aspects of the speech. During a presser when Trump was asked if he and President Nieto had discussed the subject of Mexico paying for the wall Trump wants built, Trump simply said “We didn’t discuss it,” which could either mean it wasn’t mentioned or that it was and one man or the other simply moved on to other topics.

Once he heard the press reports of course, President Nieto had to same some political face by tweeting that he told Trump that Mexico wouldn’t pay for the wall. Of course that became the media headline for the usual suspects, not Trump and Nieto’s positive remarks on each other and how well the meeting had gone.

Afterwards, Trump went to Phoenix, Arizona to attend a rally before a huge crowd where he took the opportunity to discuss his meeting with Nieto and lay out his immigration policy. It was an excellent speech, clear and to the point and it emphasized ways Mexico and the U.S. could work together, the common goals both countries had and exactly what Donald Trump sees as the problem with illegal migration and how he would fix it. Most of it makes excellent sense, although I wonder if he’s going to be able to get Congress to go along with some of it, which means executive orders.

I particularly like his take on visa overstaying and a data base to track it (something we’ve needed for years),the need to vet far more carefully whom we allow into America as immigrants, zero tolerance for illegal migrants who commit crimes, persuading sanctuary cities to start actually obeying our immigration laws and actually formulating immigration policy with America’s best interests as the priority.

That’s pretty much exactly how high immigration targets like Australia do. There’s no other way unless you’re willing to dump having a welfare state entirely.

Since the media likely won’t want you to pay attention to this, the entire speech is here. And it’s well worth listening to:

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Trump’s The Nominee And Mexico Changes Its Tune About That Wall

Remember this, from former Mexican president Vicente Fox?Well, now that Donald Trump has won the GOP nomination things have changed. The Washington Examiner is reporting that Vicente Fox agreed Wednesday night with Fox News host Megyn Kelly that the U….

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Conservative Comedy Friday – 4/8/16

In the words of John McCain, “Allahu Akbar It’s Friday!” And of course that means it’s time for some conservative comedy. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best conservative political and religious comedy, jokes, and…

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Cartoon: Obama’s giving advice to Israel concerning sovereign borders!

Cartoon advice showing Barack Obama’s disdain forIsrael and her right to self defense and unfortunately, his same thought pattern for the United States as well!H/T Dry BonesPhoto Advertisement

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Open Letter to President Obama: I’m going to Mexico so…

In light of the open border from Mexico to the United States that’s desired by Barack Obama and the Left…This letter to the President requests his help in securing some of the same perks from the government of Mexico that people from Mexico moving to…

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Obama will step-up and get U.S. Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi released from a Mexico prison only when…


What will it take for Barack Obama to lift a finger in order to get U.S. Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi released from the Mexico prison he is currently being held in?

After all the President offers the same tired rhetoric day in and day out concerning his ‘deal’ that got Bowe Bergdahl released saying that he makes no apologies because no US soldier will ever be left behind. (Note regarding the ‘deal’: ‘One of the five senior Taliban leaders transferred to Qatar in exchange for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl played a key role in al Qaeda’s plans leading up to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks’)

Of course in typical Obama fashion he seems to believe that by saying these words people will actually believe them and ignore his actions in favor of his tired, useless and empty rhetoric.

Benghazi comes to mind as a glaring example of this President allowing Americans to die without him even having the decency to stay awake during the hours-long attack.

In that case one of the possible reasons for inaction, among other more nefarious ones, was the fact that this President had an election to try and win.

Or, in other words, politics trumped the lives of American citizens and superseded defending an attack on US territory in the form of a foreign embassy!

That being the case, what exactly did inspire the White House deal for Bergdahl that resulted in the release of five dangerous terrorists who will be right back on the battlefield trying to kill Americans?

I have several thoughts to offer as speculation the most benign being the attempt to divert attention from one of the many scandals plaguing this White House but will leave filling in the blanks to my readers.

U.S. Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi trapped in a Mexican prison!

Back to the original question: 

What will it take for Barack Obama to lift a finger in order to get U.S. Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi released from the hands of the government of Mexico?

It seems as if he needs to figure out some way to tie it to the release of additional terrorists from Gitmo or in some other way to the weakening or America’s national security or, at the very least, diminishing our global stature! 

If it’s anything less I am afraid he will never have any interest.

Very sad but very true.

So how about it Mr. Obama. When will the time come for you to step-up and actually do the job that the American people are paying you to do?

You have two good years left in your administration to try and achieve the nearly impossible task of proving to the world and ‘We The People’ that you are somehow not the worst President in the history of the nation.

Do your job and you may once again be able to take your rightful place behind Jimmy Carter as merely the second worst US President of all time.

For all of our sakes I hope that you decide to try and achieve this goal but, in the meantime, get this soldier released!

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This is how leftists swarm like locusts to stop the US from protecting itself

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The Mexican Version of Obamanomics Won’t Work any Better than the American Version

Based on the dismal data from the Minneapolis Federal Reserve (as well as our own experiences), we know Obamanomics doesn’t work in the United States. But we also know bigger government doesn’t work in France. And we know it doesn’t work in Japan. We know it doesn’t work in Spain. We know it doesn’t work […] . . . → Read More: The Mexican Version of Obamanomics Won’t Work any Better than the American Version . . . → Read More: The Mexican Version of Obamanomics Won’t Work any Better than the American Version

Defending the Dream

You know, as do I, that America has never been a pile of rocks and dirt between the oceans. Whether your ancestors came over the Bering land bridge time out of memory ago, came on the Mayflower, came to escape starvation in Ireland to see the sign “No Irish need Apply”, came from old Mexico […] . . . → Read More: Defending the Dream . . . → Read More: Defending the Dream

A defense of Cinco de Mayo

Today all the world celebrates Cinco de Mayo marking the Mexican Victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Well, actually they don’t. Most of Mexico doesn’t even celebrate Cinco de Mayo. (It’s not Mexican Independence Day. That happened on September 16, 1810–half a century earlier.) Cinco de Mayo is […] . . . → Read More: A defense of Cinco de Mayo . . . → Read More: A defense of Cinco de Mayo