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Jun 23, 2018 10:08:46   #
This so disturbing, we must work hard to make changes come November.
Jun 20, 2018 11:04:34   #
They are asking trump what Putin has on him, just trying to help.
Jun 20, 2018 09:44:28   #
DGreen wrote:
The purpose of separating families is pure political maneuvering to get democrats on board with funding his wall.

Plus, "proving" he is keeping his campaign promises keeps his base solidly behind him. Trump does not care to be a president for all citizens - only his slavering, gibbering base is what he cares about. And they want immigrants punished as severely as possible.

Regarding his promises, why doesn't he keep the second part of that promise to build a wall, which was, that Mexico would pay for it! Seems that has been forgotten.
Jun 13, 2018 09:53:55   #
Good article Revan, I admire Robert Reich, he is spot on.
May 17, 2018 20:24:59   #
Good job!
May 8, 2018 13:25:49   #
I agree with you wholeheartedly, SusieSch!
A complete sentence, no snark.
Mar 13, 2018 20:25:18   #
Of course I mean DeVos
Mar 13, 2018 20:24:38   #
Jack a$$
Feb 27, 2018 21:53:54   #
pokieokie wrote:
David Hogg, the 17 year old nimrod from the Parkland shooting has led the way in calling for a boycott against the NRA. He has also become the most effective recruiting tool the NRA has ever seen. Even as dozens of companies are ending their partnerships with the NRA, the NRA is seeing memberships rise to an almost unprecedented level. Even people who don’t own guns but support the Second Amendment are joining in protest against Hogg and the companies who have severed ties with the NRA.

NRA members and supporters are calling for boycotts against those companies. Delta had asked Georgia taxpayers for a $40 million dollar tax break, which now looks like it isn’t going to happen because Georgia is very much a pro Second Amendment state and politicians do not want to be on the wrong side of this argument. It doesn’t make good business sense to alienate 5 million members of the NRA along with millions of other supporters. I hope the boycotts hit them hard on the bottom line.

From The Blaze

But that boycott is beginning to backfire and it appears the corporations ending their relationships will have no lasting effects on the NRA - and maybe even help the pro-Second Amendment organization pad its rolls.

In response to the NRA boycott, thousands of people are posting on social media they have decided to join the NRA because they believe in freedom, the Second Amendment and stand opposed to the liberal outrage mob unfairly placing responsibility on the NRA for the Florida shooting. Others posted they had upgraded their memberships to higher levels.
David Hogg, the 17 year old nimrod from the Parkla... (show quote)

You lost me when you called David Hogg a nimrod.
Feb 17, 2018 23:01:04   #
Hello from ofudge. Yes, if this group goes down in flames I would like to join yours.
Feb 17, 2018 22:57:52   #
craftygal58 wrote:

This is a joke, right? Right?
Feb 17, 2018 22:56:04   #
Jeannne wrote:
here's how to handle the crisis:

Oh my gosh! No words, our world living under a racist government
Feb 15, 2018 10:45:28   #
Hopefully Congress sees how nonsensical this is and ignores.
Jan 28, 2018 09:02:01   #
RevDi wrote:
I'm with you. I choose not to shop at Hobby Lobby because their viewpoint is impacting their employees when it comes to Health Coverage. I also don't shop at Walmart because of their wage and employment practices, and because local governments wind up subsidizing their very profitable company through property taxes and other inducements to open stores. And I don't eat at Chick Fil-A because of their attitude toward homosexuals. That's my personal choice.

Wow, we do think alike!
Jan 27, 2018 10:05:35   #
Thanks for all of the articles that you post.
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