Pages

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Ford shifting all U.S. small-car production to Mexico

Ford plans to eventually shift all North American small-car production from the U.S. to Mexico, CEO Mark Fields told investors Tuesday, even though the company's production investments in Mexico have become a lightning rod for controversy in the presidential election.
"Over the next two to three years, we will have migrated all of our small-car production to Mexico and out of the United States," Fields said at a daylong investor conference in Dearborn.
MORE

NY Senator Schumer: Goal of Hillary Administration Is Loading Supreme Court with Progressive Judges

Senator Chuck Schumer of New York recently let the mask slip. He recently conceded that the main reason the Democrats want to retain the power of the presidency is to transform the U.S. Supreme Court into a progressive body.
If that ever happens, kiss America as you know it goodbye.
MORE

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Long knives being unsheathed as ‘dump Hillary’ initiative floated

Like a lame wildebeest on the Serengeti, Hillary Clinton’s illness is attracting the attention of those who see opportunity.  Make no mistake: the Clintons, for all the superficial unity the Democrats bludgeon each other into, have sparked a lot of resentment and made a lot of enemies over the years.
On top of that, there is a legitimate case to be made that the specter of losing to Trump is scary enough that For the Good of the Party, the DNC should meet in private and dump her.
Yesterday, it was the Morning of the Long Knives.
Cokie Roberts spread the word to NPR listeners (a Venn diagram of Democrat contributors and NPR contributors would show a lot of overlap, I’d wager).
It’s taking her off of the campaign trail,” said Roberts Monday morning, indicating that the pneumonia has forced Clinton to cancel her upcoming trip to California. But as for members of the Democratic party, “It has them very nervously beginning to whisper about her stepping aside and finding another candidate.”
MORE 

'Cover-up' furore as TV show CUTS OUT when Bill Clinton admits Hillary is 'frequently ill'



He told Mr Rose: “Well if it is, it’s a mystery to me and all of her doctors, because frequently - well not frequently, rarely -  but on more than one occasion, over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing happened to her when she got severely dehydrated.
"She’s worked like a demon, as you know, as secretary of State, as a senator and in the year since."
But, when the CBS Evening News broadcast the first look at the footage, the segment had cut out Mr Clinton's description of Hillary's fainting fits as "frequently".
Instead, the broadcast cut towards Charlie Rose during the three-second remark while airing the words exactly before and after the comment when Bill Clinton said his wife was "rarely ill". 
On top of this, the official transcript released by the network shows that the line was omitted there as well. 
MORE

Hacked Powell email reveals Hillary ‘hates’ Obama for 2008

A Democratic megadonor told Colin Powell that Hillary Clinton “HATES” President Obama for beating her for the 2008 nomination, and she dismissively referred to him as “that man,” according to emails hacked from the general’s account.
Corporate financier Jeffrey Leeds depicted Clinton as a sore loser set on revenge in the ­emails, which were obtained by The Intercept, and claimed Clinton is terrified she might lose again.
“I think Hillary can’t believe she might not make it,” Leeds wrote to Powell in March 2015. “It’s the one prize she wants. She has everything else.”MORE

Monday, September 12, 2016

The Battleground Poll and Trump's Path to Victory

The GWU Battleground Poll published on September 9 shows Donald Trump a clear path to victory: win the conservative vote.  The data in this poll has been consistent over the last two decades, and the data in the latest poll is no different.  The overwhelming majority of Americans are self-identified conservatives.
The September 2016 Battleground Poll shows that 54% of all Americans are self-identified conservatives and only 38% are self-identified liberals, which means that if the tiny "moderate" 3% and the equally tiny "unsure/refused" 4% are excluded, then the conservative candidate would beat the liberal candidate by a landslide of 58.7% of the vote.  If the two groups of ideologically unclear voters broke even for the two candidates, then the conservative candidate would win "only" by 57.5% of the vote. MORE

Hillary's Horrible Weekend

Let’s be clear. She may indeed have pneumonia. She may well have suffered from “overheating” and “dehydration” as her doctor later explained. But would you bet anything of value on the reliability of that story?  We are now asked to bet America’s future on it.  We are asked to believe that, after a litany of coughing fits and a lethargic campaign schedule, she is just fine and there is nothing to see here. And maybe that’s true. And maybe it’s not. Shall we roll the dice?
MORE

Tim Kaine's radical roots



According to the mediaTim Kaine took a life transforming "mission" trip to Latin America in 1980. Conveniently left out of these stories, are the radical reality of the Cold War in Latin America and Tim Kaine's Soviet sympathizing mentors. In fact, whatever Kaine's intentions, he more likely met Karl Marx than Jesus Christ while there. 


More

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Leaked Soros Document Calls For Regulating Internet To Favor 'Open Society' Supporters


Just Announced: Obama ATF Announces Backdoor Ammo Ban

New Mainstream Media Strategy: Defeat Trump by Attacking His Supporters

Pollsters fight to figure out Trump phenomenon