Sunday, January 28, 2018

Just a Thought...
Denying Them the Right to Vote IS the Answer
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor

On Friday, January 26th I published my article Not Dreaming the Dreamer Dream where I laid out my solution to the DREAMER problem. Key to that issues is by passing the Democrat's and RINO's 'Pathway to Citizenship' bill...a 'pathway' bill not now or ever to be amnesty...but a 'pathway' bill with one all-important key provision added..."a provision stating that said 'pathway' is minus the right to vote for a minimum of at least five years after each and every DREAMer affected becomes a citizen as well as cutting off all government handouts and benefits while they are in the 'pathway' process."

This provision is critical as then and only then would the Democrats find it extremely hard or near impossible to sway or 'fix' the 2018 and 2020 elections...manipulating neither the popular nor the electoral college they would now be denied the much coveted DREAMer voting numbers by which they would try to do so.

America First Triumphs in Davos

 America First Triumphs in DavosQuote: “America is open for business, and we are competitive once again.” End quote. That was just one of the key lines in President Trump’s highly successful Davos speech this week.

Of course, in going to Davos, Trump entered the lion’s den. A year ago such a visit would have been a poor idea. Back then, elitist heads of state, the EU bureaucrats, and the international CEOs were uniformly against Donald Trump.

But Trump’s 2018 Davos strategy was a brilliant stroke.

A year later he could make the fact-based argument that, in his words, “The world is witnessing the resurgence of a strong and prosperous America.”

And the core of his message was this: “There has never been a better time to hire, to build, to invest, and to grow in the United States.”

He’s right.

Trump’s polices, in just one year, have begun to restructure the American economy. We’ve moved from “secular stagnation” (i.e., high taxes, massive regulation, huge government spending, and a disdain for business and investors) to a new private-sector incentive system thatrewardssuccess.

Raymond Ibrahim: YouTube: Keeping Americans in the Dark on Islam
By Raymond Ibrahim/ Jihad Watch


In certain respects, the real struggle between Islam and the West has less to do with an inherently weak Islam and more to do with subversive Western elements that cover up for and empower Muhammad’s creed. Out-and-out censorship is one of these tactics. In a January 10 email titled, “We’re Suing Google – Here’s Why,” […]
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WashPost: Trump Wanted FISA Memo Released, Unlike Justice Dept


Image: WashPost: Trump Wanted FISA Memo Released, Unlike Justice Dept.President Donald Trump told top aides on Wednesday to release the House Intelligence Committee's memo alleging Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) abuses by the FBI — putting him at odds with the Justice Department, The Washington Post reported Saturday.

President Trump "is inclined to have that released just because it will shed light," a senior administration official told the Post.

"Apparently, all the rumors are that it will shed light, it will help the investigators come to a conclusion," said the official, who was "speaking on the condition of anonymity to recount private conversations," the Post reported.
The FISA memo was produced by Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, the California Republican, and his staff.

The document centers on the FBI's use of a dossier on Trump and Russia by former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele, alleging that the FISA judge who signed off on the dossier was not given full information about it, including that Democratic sources later paid for it.

Republicans have called for document's release, while Democrats have charged that the memo was designed to discredit Mueller's probe.

The URGENT Case for Anti-Trust Legislation against Facebook, Google
Having been one of the early targets of social media censorship on Facebook, YouTube et al, I have advocated for anti-trust action against these bullying behemoths. It is good to see establishment outlets such as the Wall Street Journal and National Review coming to the same conclusion, or at least asking the same questions.

We had to go back to the drawing board in our lawsuit against these social media giant. The basis of our suit was challenging  Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) under the First Amendment, which provides immunity from lawsuits to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, thereby permitting these social media giants to engage in government-sanctioned censorship and discriminatory business practices free from legal challenge.

Facebook and Google take in roughly half of all Internet ad revenue.
In the U.S., Alphabet Inc.’s Google drives 89% of internet search; 95% of young adults on the internet use a Facebook Inc. product; and Inc. now accounts for 75% of electronic book sales. Those firms that aren’t monopolists are duopolists: Google and Facebook absorbed 63% of online ad spending last year; Google and Apple Inc. provide 99% of mobile phone operating systems; while Apple and Microsoft Corp. supply 95% of desktop operating systems.
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