Thursday, May 25, 2017

Just a Though...
Sharia By Any Name Is Still Sharia
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor

Even after the Manchester bombing that killed young children, teens, and their parents, according to the msm, the fb gods, certain religious leaders, and most liberal politicians, we dare NOT and must NOT criticize islam or its followers or we become the bad guys that need to be punished. So if you put that into perspective that means we are already living under the sharia...does it NOT...just saying.

Fact Check: No, the Republican Healthcare Bill Would Not Cause 23 Million People to "Lose" Insurance

Fact Check: No, the Republican Healthcare Bill Would Not Cause 23 Million People to "Lose" Insurance
As Katie reported last evening, the latest Congressional Budget Office score of the House-passed American Health Care Act contains good news and bad news for the GOP. On the bright side, it appears that its central fiscal outcome complies with reconciliation rules, which would allow the process to move forward without a complicated tweak-and-do-over vote in the House. The nonpartisan scorekeeper also found that individual market premiums "would decline on average," and would reduce the federal deficit by $119 billion. On the other hand, media outlets are running with false headlines like these:

This is deeply misleading, for reasons that we explained in detail when the CBO released its March analysis of the initial ACHA. In short, the large bulk of those who are said to be "losing" coverage do not currently have coverage. You cannot "lose" something that you don't have.  CBO assumes that these people would eventually gain coverage through the magical powers of Obamacare's individual mandate (more on that in a moment), or through hypothetical future expansions of Medicaid by most of the states that haven't done so to date. Current Medicaid beneficiaries, including those who've gained (very flawed) coverage under Obamacare's expansion, are grandfathered in under the House GOP proposal.  It also bakes into these new numbers a slew of empirically-incorrect projections that have been disproven by actual data. When Obamacare first passed, CBO anticipated that by 2016, 21 million Americans would enroll in the law's exchanges.

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UK “think tank” warns that cutting immigration will damage economy
By Christine Williams / Jihad Watch


Forcing down annual levels of immigration to the tens of thousands, as promised in the Conservative manifesto, would inflict a significant cost on the economy and the public finances Any news headline connecting the cutting of immigration numbers to damaging the economy that is published in the context of today’s disastrous and failed Western immigration […]

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Barack Obama’s Intel Secretly, Illegally Spied On Americans for Years

Barack Obama’s White House administration, and more specifically, the National Security Agency, routinely spied on American citizens — on innocent American citizens, in violation of privacy laws — and failed to disclose the full extent of the spying, according to recently released documents that had been labeled top secret.

Well, well, well. Isn’t this an interesting twist in the whole political scene that’s anti-President Donald Trump, all the time? Seems the media’s darling Obama was engaged in some pretty seedy businsess — unlawful surveillance — and nobody knew much about it until the very end of campaign season, when Trump was about to be elected.

The revelations come as the left seems to be making a huge case against Trump and what he told Russians during a recent White House meeting.

They also come as John Brennan, former CIA chief, took to Capitol Hill to tell lawmakers he has concerns about what moves the Russians made to influence 2016 elections, and what Team Trump did or didn’t do to help them.
Look at this, from Circa:
“The National Security Agency under former President Barack Obama routinely violated American privacy protections while scouring through overseas intercepts and failed to disclose the extent of the problems until the final days before Donald Trump was elected president last fall, according to once top-secret documents that chronicle some of the most serious constitutional abuses to date by the U.S. intelligence community.
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