Thursday, July 27, 2017

Paul Ryan

by -
Sorry. Can't be seen with that dude.

While on a field trip to Washington DC on Thursday, around 100 eighth-graders refused to take a picture with Paul Ryan, the Republican House Speaker.

The students belonged to South Orange Middle School in South Orange, New Jersey. A local TV station described the town as “a progressive, upper middle class community.”

A total of around 200 students travelled to Washington DC, where they only found out a night before their scheduled visit to Capitol Hill that they would be meeting the man who is third in line to the presidency. What many would consider to be an opportunity of a lifetime, half the students considered to be an embarrassment of sorts.

Matthew Malespina was one of the students who opted out of the picture session. He also texted his mother as soon as he found out.

“I’m just not going to do it,” Matthew told his mom, Elissa Malespina, in a text message.

A public school librarian, who wasn’t present on the field trip, Ellisa Malespina replied, “Say you would rather not.”

She later turned to Facebook, where she reportedly bragged about her son’s decision.

“I’m proud of him, and I’m proud of the other students that chose to exercise their constitutional rights and did so in a respectful manner,” Elissa Malespina wrote.

Matthew Malespina is of the belief that “it’s not just a picture,” when it comes to getting the chance to appear with an elected official.

“It’s being associated with a person who puts his party before his country,” he said. “The point was, I don’t want to be associated with him, and his policies and what he stands for.”

Around 100 students, including Matthew, stood across the street, refusing to take the picture as the other 100 posed with Paul Ryan on the steps of the US Capitol. According to a local news outlet, Ryan had absolutely no idea that only half the students were taking the picture with him.

A spokesman for Paul Ryan, while speaking to the Washington Post on Sunday, said that the House Speaker “always appreciates the opportunity to welcome students to the Capitol.”


by -

In case you missed this one, House Speaker Paul Ryan met with the press last week to discuss President Trump’s refugee ban.

The Speaker, who appeared a bit annoyed by the questions and the position he was placed in as an establishment politician that does not agree with Trump’s policies, let his true feelings slip as he left the room.

Watch the clip until the end and comment below.

by -
Who is Ryan looking out for?

On Fox and Friends this morning, House Speaker Paul Ryan appeared and was about the lack of progress on the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare.

The Speaker slipped up and spoke the truth for a moment, telling the hosts they intended to “repair a broken system.”

When pushed by the Fox News hosts, Ryan backtracked and said they will still “repeal and replace” Obamacare.

But that doesn’t fall in line with the buzz on the Hill.

Multiple sources have reported a shift in tone and rhetoric to promote a “repair” talking point over the charged cry for repeal.

Even key players in the Obamacare fight are on record backtracking.

Congressman Greg Walden from Oregon told the press, “We’re going to fix things, we’re going to repair things. There are things we can build on and repair, there are things we can completely repeal.”

The move for those inside Washington and familiar with the lobbying power of the healthcare, pharmaceutical and insurance industries, is obvious. They want every aspect of Obamacare left intact.

An insider of the healthcare industry who requested anonymity told Liberty News Now, “As an America, I hate Obamacare, but it’s made me rich. We don’t want to change a thing.”

The biggest beneficiary of Obamacare has been the healthcare industry that now has 20 million new patients who can pay their bills.

House Republicans’ purpose of stalling may very well be due to the pressure of their backers within the health care industry.

However, while Republicans have little motivation to repeal Obamacare, President Trump is eager to follow through on all of his campaign promises, and the repeal of Obamacare ranks in the top five commitments made to the American people.

Is Paul Ryan and his fellow members of Congress stalling in the hopes the issue goes away? Comment below.

by -
Paul Ryan

It is a scary time in our country, and with two candidates like Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, most of America is really nervous, but not everyone.

There is a shocking amount of young people that have no clue about politics and are not interested at all.

Mark Dice, a YouTube sensation that exposes the Illuminati and asks liberals obviously wrong questions to see what they think is right.

In his latest video, Mark asks people enjoying the beaches of San Diego if they think it is a good idea that Hillary Clinton picked the Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.

If you were not worried about America before, you will be after watching this.

Mark does more than just ask stupid people stupid questions, he does a good job of picking out the hypocrisy in some of his other videos.

Here is a recent video where he adds some great commentary on the video “Hillary Refuses To Denounce DNC Conspiracy Against Sanders Proven By Wikileaks”.

If you don’t like Hillary, you should watch this one too.

What do you think about Mark Dice and his videos?

by -
Gun Control

The House of Representatives was the site of a sit-in last week where dozens of Democrats sat inside protesting and demanding a change to gun control.

This week, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan said the House will vote on new gun control measures that will help prevent suspected terrorists from purchasing guns.

Also on the docket, the House will work on a terrorism package that will be aimed at disrupting recruitment and radicalization.

The vote on the gun control measure still isn’t defined very well. There are several bills that could be brought to the floor that will help disrupt terrorists, but the House is divided.

Some like Texas Senator John Cornyn’s bill that requires the Feds to prove that a person is a terrorist to stop the purchase of a firearm. Democrats want the bill to cover “probable cause” instead of “proof” that someone is a terrorist.

The NRA supports Cornyn’s bill but does not support the “probable cause” direction the Democrats want to go.

The Democrats want to take it a step further and ban anyone on any terrorism watch list or even the no-fly list from buying a gun.

The major concern with the “no-fly no-buy” campaign is there are many people on those lists that are not any threat at all. When a person is added to a watch list, they are not told nor do they have a real system to challenge the ruling.

Although Speaker Ryan called the sit-in a “publicity stunt”, it is clear he is trying to bring the House together by calling a vote. What they will vote on next week is up in the air, but they are going to vote.

Do you think that Speaker Ryan should call for a vote? Let us know in the comments below.

by -
Ryan or Obama

House Speaker Paul Ryan has been criticized for not standing up for conservative ideals and for not supporting the presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump.

Some people claim that Ryan won’t stand up to Obama and even some have claimed that he and Obama think along the same lines, so we decided to see if you can notice the differences.

Read the following quotes and see if you can guess whether Paul Ryan or Barack Obama said it. Can you tell the two apart?

Who said it?

You can’t let your failures define you — you have to let your failures teach you. You have to let them show you what to do differently the next time.

Ryan OR Obama

by -

Do you think the GOP should nominate someone or should Donald Trump’s millions of votes count for something?

In a recent interview, the Republican frontrunner for the presidential nomination started opening up to his thoughts on having a brokered convention.

Donald Trump says that the millions of people who voted him should mean something to the Republican National Committee.

If Donald Trump fails to get the 1,237 delegates before the convention, do you think the GOP should ignore his voters and nominate someone else?

by -
Paul Ryan

With Congressional approval ratings at a mere 17%, House Speaker Paul Ryan took to the podium yesterday to deliver a speech to boost the spirits of American voters who are “disheartened” by the campaigns for president.

Ryan, delivering his speech to a gaggle of Congressional interns stated, “How many of you find yourself just shaking your head at what you see from both sides? When people distrust politics, they come to distrust institutions. They lose faith in government, and the future, too. We can acknowledge this. But we can’t accept it. And we can’t enable it either.”

There was no indication that Ryan had suffered a brain contusion before his speech, although he may have ridden to work on a short bus.

If delivered in a clear state of mind, there’s only one logical response to the Speaker’s words: “What the f__k?!?”

When was the last time Americans had respect for government institutions? January of 1989?

As far as Congress, it’s arguable that the men and women of this nation have not respected that government institution since 1789 when the Continental Congress held its final session.

If Ryan is referring to any agency of the government . . .

Ask the family of LaVoy Finicum, the protester shot in cold blood by the FBI.

Ask small business owners who struggle for their prosperity due to high taxes and regulation.

Ask wounded veterans who wait for a year or more for life saving treatment.

Ask the agents who used to patrol the border but are now relegated to taking part in the “welcome wagon.”

Ask the millions of Americans trying to figure out how they’ll pay their next outrageous insurance premium.

Do Americans really have faith and trust in the IRS, EPA, BLM, FBI, FCC, DOE, and any scrambling of letters under the government umbrella?

Ryan blindly chalks up the current mood of the nation to the bickering between the presidential candidates, proving he’s been living in a government-funded bubble for far too long.

But we’re talking Paul Ryan. This kid literally grew up in government. He was nearly born into the Establishment.

Taking a Congressional seat at the ripe old age of 29, Ryan only knows government and the halls of Congress.

Ryan’s only job outside of government was selling hot dogs for Oscar Mayer. Little Paulie even got to drive the Wienermobile once.

Although the Speaker studied the solid works of Hayek, Mises and Milton Friedman, those lessons have clearly faded judging by his actions as a leader within government.

Paul Ryan is a man who needs to take a long walk outside of Washington and wake up from his government-induced stupor to realize that our Institutions have jumped the shark and Americans are standing by with hair-triggers looking for a reason to pursue the words of our founders:

But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

by -
Paul Ryan

The rumors of a Paul Ryan insurgency at the GOP convention have been flying about for the past two months.

Now former House Speaker John Boehner confirmed the rumors by throwing his endorsement over to Speaker Paul Ryan in the event of a brokered convention.

Taking a break from mowing his lawn and tanning, Boehner spoke to the press to refer to Texas Senator Ted Cruz as “Lucifer” while pitching a curve ball with his Ryan scenario.

Ryan would have to compete not only against frontrunner Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, as Mitt Romney has refused to close the door on the possibility of his nomination.

Given the high turnout of this year’s primary season, the move would likely result in the death of the GOP.

With just over half of the nation voting, over 20 million Americans have voted in the primary to date, which is a record for the nation.

Boehner and Romney, two prominent faces of the Establishment, are left unsatisfied with the likely choices remaining for the winner of the nomination and are looking to throw a wrench in the process.

Emotions are high for all candidates still in the race with supporters firmly embedded in each camp.

While a fair loss in the primary process is acceptable, it’s not likely that Republican voters will accept an overthrow of the nominee using parlor tricks during the convention.

Comment below.

by -

Last night Donald Trump put on an event to thank the voters from Mississippi and Michigan and something happened. It was a different Trump. See for yourselves.

Last night the Trump Train continued to steam through the GOP primary in what has become a historical and unprecedented campaign. Hundreds of millions of dollars and thousands of broadcast hours have been dedicated to mock, marginalize and downright make fun of Donald Trump. It hasn’t worked.

Standing on a stage with 10 American flags standing in front of a presidential blue backdrop, Trump held and event to discuss his wins from Tuesday’s voting.

Trump has become both loved and hated for his brash demeanor on stage and with interviews. He makes fun of people who attack him and he doesn’t sound like any president we have ever had in America.

That mold was shattered on Tuesday night when he spoke to members and supporters at Trump National Golf Club in Florida. His voice was calm, he was poised and he thanked a lot of people to start his speech.

His tenacity was still there, his confidence was still there, but with his tone and the way he delivered this speech, it is clear that Donald Trump is turning a corner.

No longer is Trump worried about rising to the top out of 17 GOP candidates, but now he is shifting his focus to the general election. His on stage persona is toning it down and getting more inline with the real Donald Trump.

There were a lot of candidates that looked presidential during the primary, but most of them are gone and Trump’s personality has solidified himself as the frontrunner.

Now it looks as he is going to work to bring the party together and that starts with a change from Trump. Toning down the anti-GOP rhetoric and he did that last night. Speaking very highly and complementary of Speaker Paul Ryan, and calling for the party to rally behind Trump’s leadership.

Trump is without a doubt bringing in new people to vote republican for the first time, and if he can continue to move towards the path of “looking” more presidential, then we might see the GOP party rally behind Trump.

It that happens, then there is no way Hillary would be able to stop the Trump Train. Heck, she can’t even stop coughing.


Bad Doctor

President Trump keeps up with his promise of “draining the swamp.” However, this is bad news for hundreds of Veteran Affairs officers that have...