Think Twice Before You Vote!

Tuesday is election day. The traditional, normal Democrats have morphed into a hateful, violent, bitter mob of “resist” activists that would rather fight in the streets, restaurants and TV shows than help move this country forward.

Today’s Democratic Party is NOT the party of John F. Kennedy or Thomas Jefferson. Today the radical left has taken over and for some unexplainable reason most Democratic elected officials are going along?

Voting for Democrats only empowers the worst in society. It’s not that all Democrats are bad. However, today, all Democrats seems to be marching lock, stock and barrel with the resist mob that believes violence, destruction, screaming, knocking off hats, egging people, ANTIFA gangs and the like are OK?!?

Listen to the bitter language. Watch the frightening demonstrations. Understand the implications of open borders, eliminating ICE, ignoring due process and rewarding the likes of Pelosi, Waters and Schumer.

This is NOT your parents Democratic Party. And until things change for the better, it should be a viable option at the polls. The Democrats need sane leaders to step up and stop the madness. Unfortunately that doesn’t look like something that’s going to happen anytime soon.

Vote for American values. We can agree to disagree on policy in a civil manner. Laws matter. Borders define our country. Shouting, screaming, burning and violence is NOT the answer and shouldn’t be rewarded with your vote.

Just walk away!

Jobs. jobs, jobs…fixes LOTS of problem: The best way to get good health insurance is to have a good job! Best way to pay off debt, have a good job! The best way to secure your future, start saving when you have a good job.

Health care matters. Protecting those with pre-conditions and providing affordable insurance is key. Again, a strong economy and a good job is the best answer.

The best welfare program: a good job!
The best health insurance: a good job!
The best secure retirement: a good job!

Best Political Line of the cycle: This came from Candace Owens when she said – “Black Lives never mattered to Democrats…black votes always have”.

Election Night Party: Looking for a fun place to spend election night with food and drinks throughout the night…I’ll be at the National Press Club with folks from around the world. Check it out.

-Saul Anuzis

There’s No Going Back. The G.O.P. Is Trump’s Party

Donald Trump’s conservative critics have one last hope: defeat. If Republicans suffer humiliating defeats in the midterm elections, they suggest, President Trump will get the blame. Influential donors and grass-roots Republicans will turn on him, and the party will get back to normal. Not so long ago this was the party of Paul Ryan and free trade. This was the party of George W. Bush and compassionate conservatism. This was a party whose self-performed autopsy after the 2012 election called for more minority outreach. After Mr. Trump, why can’t the G.O.P. be that party again?

The ranks of anti-Trump Republicans grow thinner by the day. They’re retiring from Congress. They’re writing memoirs blasting their former friends. But they hold out hope for the future. If the Republican Party could undergo such a profound change in personality and policy thanks to just one man in a mere three years, who’s to say it can’t change back? The Trump coalition seems so impermanent, after all, a motley mix of Southern evangelicals, businessmen who think like the Chamber of Commerce and disaffected white voters from the Rust Belt. Throw in foreign-policy hawks and anti-interventionist America Firsters, and Trump’s Republican Party looks like an impossible contradiction. It can’t last. Can it?

Yes, it can. In fact, the party that President Trump has remade in his image is arguably less divided and in a better position to keep winning the White House than it has been at any time since the 1980s. What Mr. Trump has done is to rediscover the formula that made the landslide Republican Electoral College victories of the Nixon and Reagan years possible. Mr. Trump’s signature themes of economic nationalism and immigration restriction are only 21st-century updates to the issues that brought the Republican Party triumph in all but one of the six presidential elections between 1968 and 1988.

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Five Reasons Republicans Can Hold the House

Despite e conventional wisdom, there is a path for Republicans to hold their majority in the House. Democrats need a net pickup of 23 seats to gain control of the chamber and most election watchers are predicting that will happen. Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight is giving Democrats an 84.3 percent chance of taking over. The Cook Political Report thinks the Democrats have a 70-75 percent chance of becoming the majority. Adding to the pack is Nathan Gonzales’s Inside Elections, which is predicting a Democratic gain of 25-35 seats in the House, with even more possible.

What could go wrong?

For starters, these are the same prognosticators who were shocked that Hillary Clinton didn’t win the presidency in 2016. As White House aide Kellyanne Conway said, “Let’s not forget the same geniuses that predicted a huge romp by that woman who lost in 2016 are the same people predicting a huge win by the Democrats this time.” Perhaps a tad chastened, some election watchers are giving themselves a bit more wiggle room this time. Larry Sabato’s “Crystal Ball” reported last week that although Democrats were favored to win the House, they’ve solidified the pickup of only 19 seats so far — leaving them four short of the number needed to claim the majority.

Here are five reasons the GOP could upset expectations:

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“Blowing Smoke”: Sorry, Pundits, But You Have No Clue What Will Happen on Tuesday

Electorates mutate every two years. Using past turnout patterns can be useful when modeling a universe of voters, but the polls cannot tell us with certainty what will happen on Election Day anymore. In a volatile environment where Trump has saturated every inch of our cultural fabric with politics, who the hell knows what’s going to happen?

Electorates mutate every two years. Using past turnout patterns can be useful when modeling a universe of voters, but the polls cannot tell us with certainty what will happen on Election Day anymore. In a volatile environment where Trump has saturated every inch of our cultural fabric with politics, who the hell knows what’s going to happen?

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Be honest, we hate each other…and that’s a little bit scary!

We hate each other. It’s no longer a matter of incivility; it’s open hostility, visceral loathing. Extreme intolerance of anyone who challenges our perception of the truth.

And there is no moral high ground…

…The catch phrase answer to all of our problems is, “We need to have a national conversation.”

But we are as far from a constructive dialog as a nation can be. Conversing requires listening. And we don’t want to hear what the other side has to say.

Winning is all that matters, and we’re so convinced we hold the keys to wisdom that we think it’s OK to do so by any means necessary.

For every action there’s an equal and opposite reaction.

The left bullies, the right bullies back. They shout, we shout. And when it spins out of control, a left-wing wacko shoots up a Republican baseball practice and a right-wing nut mails out bombs to Democrats.

Yes, this is who we are. And it’s who we’ll be long after Donald Trump is gone. He hasn’t changed America; America’s character has changed.

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Yes, Democrats Are Now The Party Of Open Borders

For years, Democrats tried to portray themselves as tough on border security, even as they argued for amnesty for all illegal immigrants currently in the country. Sometimes they slipped, as Hillary Clinton did when, in a paid speech in 2013, she talked about her dream of open borders. (She quickly tried to explain away her comment, once it surfaced, as having to do with energy.)

But several events over the past few days have blown the party’s cover on illegal immigration.
On Wednesday, the House voted on a bill that simply expressed Congress’ “continued support for all United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers and personnel who carry out the important mission of ICE” and “the efforts of all Federal agencies, State law enforcement, and military personnel who bring law and order to our Nation’s borders.”
Such nonbinding resolutions don’t have the force of law. They’re just a statement.

Just 18 Democrats voted for this resolution. Thirty-five voted no. And the other 133 dodged the issue altogether by voting “present.” Democrats complained that the vote was just a political stunt.

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The Biannual ‘Voter Suppression’ Scam

The Dems need this fiction to camouflage fraud.
The only thing more certain than death and taxes is that, every election cycle, the Democrats will accuse Republicans of “voter suppression.” They inevitably insist that requiring individuals to possess photo identification in order to cast a ballot is a sinister right-wing conspiracy to prevent minorities from exercising the franchise. For black conservatives like Candace Owens, this claim is incredibly patronizing. It implies that, as she recently put it, “Black people are too stupid to figure out how to get identification.” She is right, of course, but the Democrats dislike voter ID laws for another reason: They depend on fraud to remain viable.

The obvious purpose of asking voters to prove who they are and where they live is to prevent fraud. The Democrats claim that voter ID laws are unnecessary because fraud is uncommon. This is nonsense. As Thomas Sowell once put it, “One of the biggest voter frauds may be the idea… that there is no voter fraud.” Yet the Democrats make this claim every election cycle while filing sham lawsuits alleging voter suppression, which isquite rare. Last week, for example, they convinced a New Hampshire judge to halt enforcement of Senate Bill 3 (SB3), a law requiring voters to provide proof of residency. The New Hampshire Union Leader reports:

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Worth Repeating… Trump may be outside our norms. But he is succeeding for all of us

As President Trump’s first two years in office come to a close, we’ve seen two originalist justices confirmed to the Supreme Court, 26 originalist appeals court judges confirmed, 10 more nominated , and 41 new district court judges on the bench and dozens more pending. Add to that: the repeal of the sequester on defense spending and a massive military rebuild underway; a massive tax cut of unprecedented depth and structural change; a renegotiated trade deal between the United States, Mexico and Canada; withdrawals from the awful Iran deal and, in effect, the absurdist Paris accord; the rollback of job-killing and bureaucrat-empowering regulations by the hundreds; an economy surging while unemployment drops to 3.7 percent ; and a new entente in the Middle East (one that arose despite U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel) that sees the United States and Israel aligned and cooperating closely with Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain and now a new government in Iraq against the expansionist Iranian theocrats.

Did I mention the devastation and defeat of ISIS in its physical “caliphate”?

That’s not even the entire list of accomplishments, but it’s enough to have silenced the #NeverTrumpers who used to mock Trump-supporting conservatives by posting a street sign carrying the name “Gorsuch” above rising floodwaters. Those of us who follow the president’s often confusing, loud, extemporaneous and disruptive presidency not by his tweets but by his administration’s deeds and those of congressional Republicans are amused that the #NeverTrump rump has stopped the “but Gorsuch” nonsense.

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***632*** Acts of Media-Approved Violence and Harassment Against Trump Supporters

It is open season on Trump supporters, and the media is only fomenting, encouraging, excusing, and hoping for more… The media are now openly calling Trump supporters “Nazis” and are blaming Trump for a mass murder he had nothing to do with. This, of course, is a form of harassment because it incites and justifies mob violence.

Here is the list, so far, and remember that if any one of these things happened to a Democrat, the media would use the story to blot out the sun for weeks. Remember how crazy the media went over a nobody rodeo clown who wore an Obama mask, a GOP staffer who criticized Obama’s daughters? And yet, hundreds of Trump supporters are harassed and brutalized and the media only dutifully report them, if at all. That is because the media are desperate to normalize and justify violence and harassment against Trump and his supporters.

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The Danger in Media Telling Only Half the Story on Political Violence

In the last few months, we’ve seen numerous acts of politically motivated or targeted violence. Some of these cases have been plastered all over the news for days or weeks. Some others have been met with deafening silence. And which is which hasn’t exactly been random.

There is clear bias in the reporting of political violence and I believe this has had some serious consequences for people’s ability to trust the media and bridge a divided culture.

To understand why, we need to look at what’s actually happened recently, so while what follows is far from a complete list of all the politically-motivated violence, it encompasses many of the most recent and highest-profile examples:

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Here’s what the Supreme Court actually said about ‘birthright’ citizenship

Leftists concocted an ingenious game of judicial supremacism that creates a one-way ratchet for their policy outcomes – heads they win, tails they win. Yet the “conservative” legal community chooses to play this game. Nowhere is this more evident than in the debate over so-called birthright citizenship, where the Left cherry-picks one non-binding footnote of a terrible decision misinterpreting another bad decision that violates previous precedent, the plain meaning and purpose of the 14th Amendment, sovereignty, and the social compact while collectively ignoring endless uninterrupted case law indicating the opposite – all for the political outcome of giving our sacred birthright to illegal aliens.

The case liberals and pseudo-conservatives point to for the concept of rewarding invaders with citizenship is the Wong Kim Ark decision in 1898. But it’s important to note that even the notion of adopting automatic birthright citizenship for legal immigrants as a constitutional imperative (I support it as a matter of policy) was clearly an activist decision overturning precedent.

The truth about the 14th Amendment and citizenship

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Americans Strongly Dislike PC Culture

According to the report, 25 percent of Americans are traditional or devoted conservatives, and their views are far outside the American mainstream. Some 8 percent of Americans are progressive activists, and their views are even less typical. By contrast, the two-thirds of Americans who don’t belong to either extreme constitute an “exhausted majority.” Their members “share a sense of fatigue with our polarized national conversation, a willingness to be flexible in their political viewpoints, and a lack of voice in the national conversation.”

Most members of the “exhausted majority,” and then some, dislike political correctness. Among the general population, a full 80 percent believe that “political correctness is a problem in our country.” Even young people are uncomfortable with it, including 74 percent ages 24 to 29, and 79 percent under age 24. On this particular issue, the woke are in a clear minority across all ages.

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