Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Democracy Is Working, Changes Should ResultDemocracy is working, but it didn’t start in Washington. It started here, back home in the states. We have seen a growing grassroots movement seeking change at every level of government — local statehouses, Congress, and now the White House.

Many people are more motivated by big government’s lack of results than their own political ideology.

Donald Trump shares our frustration and he was elected because he is an outsider businessman who is listening to us, not the political elites.

Similarly, I came to the United States Senate, having never sought elected office, to help change the system. From the onset, I saw the dysfunction clearly. Fixing this dysfunction may seem like a long shot, but many believed a Trump presidency was a long shot.

Both political parties allowed the federal government to explode from $2.4 trillion to $3.8 trillion over the last 15 years. Our national debt surpassed $19 trillion earlier this year and will rise to over $30 trillion going forward if we keep spending more money than we have.
Obama waves white flag on Supreme Court nomination, Asian trade deal
Federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland, with President Barack Obama as he is introduced as Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court during an announcement in the Rose Garden of the White House, in Washington, Wednesday, March 16, 2016.  Garland, 63, is the chief judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, a court whose influence over federal policy and national security matters has made it a proving ground for potential Supreme Court justices. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
- The Washington Times 
Responding to President-elect Donald Trump’s vow to withdraw the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership on his first day in office, White House press secretary Josh Earnest acknowledged the chances of the pact being approved by Congress “are not very good.” He called it “a significant missed opportunity for the American people.”

“That’s going to put U.S. businesses and U.S. workers at a disadvantage,” Mr. Earnest said of the deal’s demise.

The president pushed the 12-nation agreement as the biggest economic proposal of his second term.

Mr. Earnest also said it’s likely that Mr. Trump’s “deeply disappointing” action will benefit China.

“Right now, even as we speak, China is seeking to advance their own trade agreement with countries in this region,” he said...more
Obama administration in its death throes still covering up key details of Iran deal

By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch

 

The known elements of the deal are bad enough, as I explain in my book The Complete Infidel’s Guide to Iran. But the secret codicils just keep making things worse. “Obama Admin Covering Up Key Iran Deal Details in Final Days,” by Adam Kredo, Washington Free Beacon, November 22, 2016: Senior Obama administration officials in […]

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Trump WON’T pursue case against Clinton
lock-her-upHillary broke the law. And while I understand that this may very well be an olive branch to the Democrats, Trump is in for a rude awakening. There will be no quid pro quo. The Democrats will not play ball with him or give him an easier time or stop the violent rioting or calm their base. Like jihadis, they see kindness and peace offerings as signs of weakness.

I am sure many Trump supporters whose chant, “lock her up!,” is now a rallying cry for government corruption and lawlessness, will be hugely disappointed.

Trump should allow these investigations to continue and whatever will be will be. The good news is that Jason Chaffetz, the Utah congressman finishing his first term leading the powerful House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, has vowed to continue to investigate Clinton’s email serer.

Read entire article here: http://pamelageller.com/2016/11/trump-wont-pursue-case-clinton.html/