Remember the obnoxious professor in the movie ‘Back to School’ with Rodney Dangerfield? Well, Peter Morici, an economist and business professor at the University of Maryland sounds likes him today in the Washington Times when he writes that “Brick and Mortar Stores deserve the heat from Amazon.” Morici cannot be bothered with parking at malls and/or on crowded streets with expensive meters when he’s shopping for his bicycle parts, or when he wants to shop at Whole Foods. Continue reading
USAA PH: 210-531-8722 CEO is StuartParker@USAA.COM
The United Services Automobile Association (USAA) is a Texas-based Fortune 500 company with headquarters in San Antonio, TX. It’s a 100 year old financial services company dedicated to serving active and retired military. CEO Stuart Parker is removing USAA advertising from Sean Hannity’s #1 rated Fox TV News Show because of social media pressure USAA is receiving from a left leaning political group called MediaMatters. It’s comprised of liberal activists who do not want Hannity to continue investigating the murder of 27 year old Democrat Seth Rich who was murdered in Washington, D.C. on July 10, 2017, shortly after Wikileaks released e-mails showing the DNC’s disdain for Bernie Sanders and the voting public in general.
Breaking: USAA is boycotting Hannity. This BS stops now. Boycott USAA! #BoycottUSAA
Posted by Daniel Bongino on Thursday, May 25, 2017
“We’re in our final fight for American values,” by Talk Radio Host Dennis Prager.
It’s time to acknowledge the sad truth: America is fighting a Second Civil War. With the obvious exception of attitudes toward slavery, Americans are more divided morally, ideologically and politically today than they were during the Civil War. And just as the Great War came to be known as World War I when World War II broke out, so will America’s Civil War in the 1860’s soon be known as the nation’s 1st Civil War. This is because America is now in the midst of fighting its 2nd Civil War.
This 2nd Civil War, fortunately, differs in that it’s been largely non-violent. But given increasing left-wing actions such as riots, the taking over of college presidents’ offices and illegal occupation of state capitols, violence could happen as this new Civil War spreads. We must guard against such violence. There are those on both the Left and Right calling for American “unity.” But such calls are either naive or disingenuous. Unity is possible between liberals and the Right, but not possible between the Right and Left.
Many Americans are reluctant to take down our Christmas trees because we still can’t believe Donald Trump is, indeed, our new President # 45. It’s a miracle come true! As disappointed as some liberals are about Trump winning his world famous election on Nov. 8, 2016, there are conservative, born again, libertarian, independent thinking, responsible, small business owners in America so overjoyed about his winning they/we worry if we take down our beautiful trees our wonderful dream to “Make America Great Again” will disappear too. It won’t. This poem will help us remember why.
(poet and photographer unknown as this poem spreads in social media)
Twas the night before Christmas, and up in the tower,
The Donald reflected on his new found power.
Conservative masses had come out in force,
And delivered a victory that would chart a new course.
(Monica McBride of Alpine, Texas, is President of West of the Pecos Republican Women’s Club and is Chairman of Texas’ Brewster County GOP. McBride was instrumental in electing Republican Will Hurd to Congress, not once, but twice, within the past four years. He is the first black to ever be elected to Congress from Texas, which is amazing since less than 2% of his district’s near 700,000 residents are black. Moni…as her friends call her…wrote this letter to all of them a few days ago inviting everyone to Alpine’s upcoming Presidential Inauguration Party! It indicates why she is so popular a leader among Texas Republicans. With her permission it is being reprinted.)
Happy New Year to all my friends and family!
I don’t know about you, but life has just been better for me since the night of November 8th. The turkey was sweeter on Thanksgiving, Christmas was more touching, I felt at peace on New Year’s Eve (slept like a baby), and as a dear friend said to me, and I do relate, “I’ve just realized I’ve felt like s**t the last eight years”.
The year 2016 was especially melancholy for a lot of us in the nation, much less out here in Alpine, Texas. It had to do with with the looming thought that Hillary Clinton could possibly have been our next president. Many special people left us in 2016. I’m not talking about Prince or Princess Leia. Loved ones in our community lost children, spouses, mothers, fathers. Homes burned to the ground. Children endured chemotherapy. I know these things are just part of life, but for some reason there just seemed an inundation of sorrow in 2016. Continue reading
Tonight at 9 PM Eastern time President Barack Obama will give his farewell address to the nation speaking on national TV from Chicago. Because he has not listened to us Americans for 8 years we have voted for Mr.Trump to replace him. Obama did us no good. He and his liberal buddies say we are “deplorable” because we believe in states’ rights, are pro-life and because we want to protect our country from constantly being invaded by aliens with no job skills, no education and who rob benefits from our deserving veterans and own homeless people. Worst of all many aliens want and do kill us. Mr. Obama is building a wall around his new mansion in Washington, D.C., because he does not want people anywhere near where he lives. Tonight, join me in turning off your TV too. From now on let us Americans, who love our country and each other, keep Obama and his hate filled speech out of where we live forever and ever. We will all be better for it.
(The following is written by someone who went in harm’s way to serve his country and resents the chair warmers at CIA Headquarters in Langley, VA, who couldn’t be bothered to support him.)
By Ishmael Jones
The pseudonymous Ishmael Jones is a former CIA case officer and author of The Human Factor: Inside the CIA’s Dysfunctional Intelligence Culture. He writes with a timely comment on the current intelligence controversy that is reaching a fever pitch. Mr. Jones advises that his commentary has been reviewed and approved by the CIA’s publications review board. He writes:
The danger to President- elect Donald Trump is ratcheted up because the recent election influenced many people at the CIA to believe that Trump is the second coming of Hitler. And to stop Hitler, anything is ethical, even treason. CIA bureaucrats have chosen to attack Mr. Trump before he even takes office.
The CIA is meant to spy upon foreign countries. The secrets we seek are located there. Yet the bloated CIA exists almost entirely within the United States. CIA bureaucrats appear to find foreign service disagreeable. They enjoy their lifestyle and will fight with aggressive passivity to keep it that way. More than 90% of all CIA employees spend their careers living and working within the United States.
WELL, WELL, WELL ~ Looks like Mexico is paying for a new Wall after all. Within weeks of winning his election U.S. President-Elect Trump convinced American icon car builder Ford Motor Company to cancel investing 1.6 billion U.S. dollars for a small car plant to be built in Mexico. This was on top of saving at least 800 Carrier Air Conditioner jobs in America last November. Mexico is feeling today what it’s like to lose jobs because of politics. One does not have to build a concrete Wall to stop Mexico’s abuse of U.S. immigration and business openness. Trump can simply Wall off business with Mexico. Trump did it. Good for him.
Mexico cannot have it both ways. It cannot push its least educated, lowest skilled people, who too often are criminals, to take jobs and live, and even collect federal government benefits in the USA, while at the same time take America’s factory jobs for its workers in Mexico. This rip off will stop! Go Trump! How do we help?
FT.DAVIS, TEXAS is an amazing place with perfect temperature all year ’round. Its population of about 1200 have excellent temperament all year ’round too. Travelers stay at the famous Indian Lodge Resort (shown here) and tour McDonald’s Observatory. Without city lights within a 400 mile radius to affect nighttime view, McDonald’s Observatory sits atop the 5000′ mountains looking out into other galaxies.
It is 185 miles going West to El Paso and 170 miles East to Midland when driving from this distant Texas border town. It’s one of the safest places in America to live, even though it’s next to the U.S. Mexico Border. There’s a reason why. Deplorables in Ft. Davis support the U.S. Constitution and its 2nd Amendment. They teach about it even in Elementary School. No children in Ft. Davis are afraid when they’re at school.