Clinton and team hatched the “blame Russia” story within 24 hours of her election loss…resulting in nearly two years of huge expense and complete vindication of President Trump

The narrative that eventually spawned the Mueller investigation was concocted in November 2016 in a gloomy room littered with discarded fast food containers.  Even though Hillary Clinton had delivered a concession speech the day before, Clinton and her team were not ready to give up.  They desperately needed a strategy at that point to de-legitimize the election results, no matter how poorly thought out that strategy might be.  They eventually decided on a plan to “blame Russia” for Hillary’s loss, and that included really pushing a completely false narrative that the Trump campaign had colluded with the Russians to defeat Clinton.  As this plan was rolled out, this false narrative was eagerly embraced by pro-Clinton members of federal law enforcement agencies, and it ultimately resulted in a 675-day investigation by an extremely partisan Special Council.  Robert Mueller issued nearly 2,800 subpoenas and conducted 500 witness interviews, and in the end he had to admit there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians, which is precisely what Trump had said from the beginning.


“The investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities,” Mueller wrote in the report, according to Attorney General Barr’s letter which he sent to the chairmen and ranking members of the Senate and House Judiciary Committees.

Barr also said that the special counsel, which consisted of 19 lawyers, found no evidence “that any U.S. person or Trump campaign official or associate” conspired or “knowingly coordinated” with Russian efforts to use social media platforms to spread disinformation during the 2016 campaign. Nor did Trump associates conspire with Russians in the efforts to hack Democrats’ emails and disseminate them online.

Of course there wasn’t any collusion, because it was just a completely false story concocted by the Clinton campaign team.

Needless to say, President Trump is not surprised by the outcome of the investigation, and now he is calling on law enforcement to “look at the other side”

“It’s a shame that our country had to go through this. To be honest it’s a shame that your president had to go through this for – before I even got elected, it began. And it began illegally. And hopefully somebody is gonna look at the other side. This was an illegal takedown that failed, and hopefully somebody is going to be looking at the other side.

In an interview with Fox News, Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani went even further.  He called for “a full and complete investigation” to figure out where the charges that sparked the Mueller investigation originally came from in the first place…

“There has to be a full and complete investigation, with at least as much enthusiasm as this one, to figure out where did this charge emanate, who started it, who paid for it.”

But we don’t need an investigation to figure this out.

In a book entitled “Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign”, two Clinton insiders revealed that the “blame Russia” narrative was invented during a post-election campaign meeting that had been called by John Podesta and Robby Mook

That strategy had been set within twenty-four hours of her concession speech. Mook and Podesta assembled her communications team at the Brooklyn headquarters to engineer the case that the election wasn’t entirely on the up-and-up. For a couple of hours, with Shake Shack containers littering the room, they went over the script they would pitch to the press and the public. Already, Russian hacking was the centerpiece of the argument.

Obviously they were looking for a way to steal the election from Trump, but that didn’t work.  But the mainstream media and federal law enforcement officials that were sympathetic to Clinton latched on to this narrative really hard, and it ultimately sparked the completely unnecessary 675-day Mueller investigation.

This investigation has been an albatross around the neck of the Trump administration from the very beginning, and things probably could have gone very differently over the past two years if the focus had not constantly been on Robert Mueller.  In addition, the damage that has been done to our relationship with Russia will probably never be repaired.  Clinton has made the US government look like a collection of bumbling fools while both Russia and China have been charging ahead with their plans to continue world domination.

Fortunately, some members of Congress are now calling on the operatives who initiated these charges against Trump to be held accountable.  For example, check out what U.S. Representative Devin Nunes is saying

“This is the unravelling of the biggest political scandal in American history…remember, this dates back to late 2015, early 2016 and began as nothing more/nothing less than a Clinton/Obama operation with a bunch of dirty cops at the FBI and career DOJ officials.” –@DevinNunes

And it is being reported that Nunes is actually ready to make “criminal referrals to AG Barr”

BREAKING:Rep. Devin Nunes says House Intel has evidence Clinton operatives and hi-level FBI & DOJ officials started Trump-Russia investigation in “late 2015/early 2016” and House GOP will be making criminal referrals to AG Barr for officials who “perpetuated this hoax” for 3+ yrs

It will be very interesting to see where all of this goes, if it doesn’t distract the government from trying to actually get something done that’s helpful and constructive.

Meanwhile, all over the nation those on the left who had been pinning their hopes on the Mueller investigation are now melting down in unison.  I really like how Susan Duclos made this point in her most recent article

The media meltdown stems from just one thing…. they helped create a narrative on behalf of Democrats after President Trump won the 2016 presidential election. They hammered that narrative, without proof, letting pundits, including a number of former Obama intelligence officials-turned-television talking heads, push conspiracy theories and outright libelous and slanderous allegations against the president, his family and associates, and then they began to believe their own narrative. When Mueller then ended his operation without indicting anyone close to the President for any type of collusion, they were caught flatfooted, and the meltdowns began.

And here is just a sampling of some of the quotes from top Democrats…none of whom, apparently, have bothered to read the Mueller report yet.

Maxine Waters: “This is not the end of anything!”

Beto O’Rourke: “It is beyond a shadow of doubt that, once in office, the president of the United States sought to obstruct justice”

Kamala Harris: “I know and will know and do know how to prosecute the case against Donald Trump”

Chris Matthews: “How can they let Trump off the hook?”

In the end, Democrats may never give up.  There are desperate to get rid of Trump, they have no ethics or principles or integrity to hold them back, and obviously no desire to heal any of the wounds they have caused.


[From an article published by THE ECONOMIC COLLAPSE BLOG]




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Free cancer screening now offered coast to coast in USA

It seems like more and more people we know and love are discovering they have a cancer fight on their hands.

There is now a FREE cancer screening service which anyone is able to take advantage of.  Don’t let cancer surprise you with a diagnosis you never saw coming.

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Losing hope: Suicide deaths hit record levels

Losing hope: There is a remedy that works

For the third year in a row, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control, American life expectancy dropped.

The last time this happened was a century ago, in the years 1915-1918, years marked by our entry into World War I and the outbreak of the “Spanish Flu” pandemic, which killed 675,000 Americans.

This time, neither war nor pestilence is behind the drop in life expectancy. The threats are not external, but internal.

The biggest factors behind the drop in life expectancy among Americans over the last three years are drug overdoses and suicides.  In 2017, more than 70,000 Americans died from drug overdoses, and approximately 45,000 people intentionally took their own lives.

These deaths, along with alcohol-related deaths, have been dubbed “deaths of despair” by researchers Anne Case and Angus Deaton.  The “despair” referred to by Case and Deaton is largely economic, resulting from diminished job prospects and other personal disappointments.  As Case put it, “Your family life has fallen apart, you don’t know your kids anymore, all the things you expected when you started out your life just haven’t happened at all.”

As a result, people turn to alcohol and drugs to ease their pain. An increasing number take their own lives.

Certainly, Case and Deaton’s explanation is partially true. But it doesn’t explain the 30-percent rise in suicide rates among 15-to-24 year-olds, who haven’t experienced these kinds of disappointments. Nor does material deprivation explain why the suicide rate among African Americans and Hispanics is only about a third that of white Americans despite being, on average, poorer.

Something else is going on. And it’s related to the word “despair.”

Some people would call despair a sin.  If you define “despair” as extreme sorrow or grief, then calling it a sin seems cruel and unfeeling.  But that’s not really what despair is.

In the Christian view, despair is the opposite of hope. Thomas Aquinas wrote that despair “is due to a man’s failure to hope that he will share in the goodness of God.” For Aquinas, despair was more dangerous than even unbelief or hatred of God because “by hope we are called back from evils and induced to strive for what is good, and if hope is lost, men fall headlong into vices, and are taken away from good works.”

For Aquinas, “nothing is more execrable than despair. For he who despairs loses his constancy in the daily labors of this life, and what is worse, loses his constancy in the endeavor of faith.” As the sixth-century theologian Isidore of Seville put it, “to commit a crime is death to the soul; but to despair is to descend into hell.”

If there’s a better word than “Hell” to describe the despair we are seeing in so many American communities, it would be hard to find it.

Still the question does remain, “What is the source of this despair?” The answer lies in Aquinas’ words “share in the goodness of God.” Put simply, Americans can easily place their hope in the wrong thing.

This refers not only to those who kill themselves, whether deliberately or indirectly. They’re merely the most vulnerable victims of a worldview that has us, in Isaiah’s words, spending money on that which is not bread, and working for what doesn’t satisfy.

Their disappointment is more keenly felt than ours, but make no mistake, the expectations our culture imposes on us will ultimately end in death. If not physical death, spiritual death. We’re told to seek satisfaction from things that cannot ultimately satisfy us, such as sex, stuff, and self.

Unfortunately social media has the ability to compound the issue by often making people feel like they don’t have enough or can’t “keep up with the Joneses” on a daily basis as we see into the lives of others.

The results are what Aquinas would have predicted: a headlong fall into vice and away from seeking to do good. The most vulnerable among us wind up paying the ultimate price.

But to know Jesus and His resurrection is to know hope.  May we never hide that in a culture that needs it so desperately.

Do you trust people you don’t know?  Most of us would answer by saying “Of course not!”  (And sometimes it’s even difficult to trust people we DO know!)  But you CAN trust Jesus, because you CAN get to know Him.  Intimately.  All you need to do is spend a small amount of time, first, asking Him to bring you into His family, and second, reading all about Him in the Bible.  (Start with the gospel of John.)  Visit WHOFIRST.COM to learn more.


[From an article published by PROPHECY NEWS WATCH]




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US trade deficit still exploding, factories are still closing, and US jobs still going overseas

American factories still closing

US has closed more than 60,000 factories since 2001

The long-term trends that are gutting the U.S. economy continue to get even worse. Our  trade deficit with the rest of the world hit a brand new record high in 2018, and most Americans simply do not understand why this is such a massive problem.

Every year, we buy far more from the rest of the world than they buy from us, and that means that the amount of money going out of the country far surpasses the amount that is coming in. This constant outflow of cash is one of the reasons why we are unable to pay our bills; we have to keep begging the rest of the world to lend us our money back. Needless to say, this is one of the big reasons for our 22 trillion dollar national debt. In addition, when we run absolutely massive trade deficits we lose factories and workers to other countries. Since China joined the WTO in 2001, the United States has lost more than 60,000 factories. As factories keep closing down, community after community is gutted all across America. Without a doubt this is truly a major national crisis.

According to the Commerce Department, our trade deficit with the rest of the world was 891.3 billion dollars in 2018. That was a 12.4 percent increase from the year before, and it represented a brand new all-time record high.

If we stay on this path, it is a recipe for national economic suicide.

Huge numbers of factories will continue to shut down, and countless numbers of workers will continue to lose their jobs…but most Americans are not mentally connecting the factory closings and the layoffs to our horrific trade deficit. On Wednesday, the very last vehicle rolled off the assembly line at the GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio

General Motors is ending production at its Lordstown, Ohio plant Wednesday — two days earlier than previously expected.

A GM spokesperson said that’s when the plant will build its last Chevy Cruze sedan. At that point, the factory will be unallocated, which means no vehicles will be assigned to that facility. That factory is just the first of four U.S. factories that GM is shutting down this year.

Needless to say, a lot of those workers don’t know what they are going to do next. One worker that had been at the plant for 17 years said that seeing that last car roll off the assembly line “was a kick in the gut”

Signs reading ‘Save this Plant’ were scattered outside the plant where about 100 workers gathered to say goodbye in the cold.  ‘It’s frustrating,’ said Jeff Nance, who has worked at Lordstown for 17 years. ‘I’m angry and bitter. Watching that last car go by was a kick in the gut.’

In the end, Lordstown is probably destined to become another rotting, decaying shell of a town just like we have seen happen to so many other formerly great communities in the Rust Belt.

Of course it isn’t only big corporations like GM that are cutting jobs.  Right now, small businesses are getting rid of workers at the fastest pace that we have seen in more than five years. A major economic slowdown is here, but most Americans still don’t seem to realize that.

In recent days, there had been some optimism that a new trade deal with China would soon bring some positive momentum to the economy, but the status of that deal is very much up in the air.

And the U.S. military seriously angered China this week when they flew two B-52 bombers over disputed airspace in the South and East China Seas…

Two US Air Force B-52H Stratofortress long-range bombers, based in Guam, participated in “routine training missions” on Monday by flying through the disputed airspaces over the South and East China Seas. As one bomber “conducted training in the vicinity of the South China Sea,” the other practiced off the coast of Japan in “coordination with the US Navy and alongside our Japanese air force,” US Pacific Air Forces said in a statement.

Meanwhile, the trade war between Canada and China continues to escalate as well

Canada’s largest grain processor said Tuesday that Beijing has canceled its registration to ship canola seed to China, fueled by the arrest of a top executive for the Chinese tech giant Huawei, The Wall Street Journal reported.

The move suggests that rising diplomatic tensions between China and Canada are damaging commerce between the two countries. Tensions have already crushed hopes that senior officials in Ottawa and Beijing would develop further trade ties.

As long as the U.S. and Canada are holding Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, relations with China are going to continue to deteriorate.

And the truth is that the U.S. and Canada are not going to let her go.

Meanwhile, the U.S. economy continues to slide toward a new recession, and even the president of the New York Fed is now warning that economic conditions are likely to slow down “considerably” this year…

The US economy should slow “considerably” in 2019 as the boost from last year’s economic stimulus fades, the president of the New York Federal Reserve Bank said Wednesday.

Amid economic uncertainty, the Federal Reserve could “wait” before raising interest rates again, John Williams said in remarks to the Economic Club of New York.

All the numbers say that another recession is coming, and it may arrive a lot sooner than most people anticipate.


[From an article published by The Most Important News]




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Truth of Trump’s “border emergency” proven by record arrests of illegal immigrants on border

Record arrests on border show truth of Trump's "border emergency"

Illegal immigration continues to break records on the southwestern border.

The number of families trying to sneak into the U.S. soared by 50 percent in one month alone, setting an all-time record with more than 36,000 family members apprehended, Homeland Security officials announced yesterday.

The government has also encountered some 70 groups of at least 100 migrants during the first five months of the fiscal year, shattering records and placing new challenges on Border Patrol agents.

The mini-caravans are being funneled to some of the remotest parts of the border, where there is little in the way of medical help and it takes hours to process and transport the groups. That takes agents off the line, and drug smugglers use the distraction to send across their shipments, top border officials said.

“We are facing alarming trends,” said Kevin K. McAleenan, commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection.  He said the numbers signal the existence of an immigration and humanitarian crisis, reinforcing President Trump’s assertion of an emergency necessitating his redirection of money to build a border wall.

Overall, Border Patrol agents nabbed 66,450 illegal immigrants last month, marking the worst February since 2008. Of those, 6,825 were unaccompanied alien children — juveniles who arrived at the border without any parent. Another 36,174 were family members — a majority of the total and a record-shattering number.

The previous high was 27,507 family members in December. Before fiscal 2019, the government had never topped 17,000 family members in any month on record. It has now done so in each of the past five months.

In addition to the Border Patrol, CBP officers who man the ports of entry encountered another 9,653 migrants who tried to enter without authorization.  That is a slight drop from the past few months, and it suggests that illegal immigrants are defying the government’s goal of having them show up at ports of entry to be processed.  An inspector general’s report last year said CBP officers were throttling the pace of people allowed to show up and demand asylum at the ports of entry, and some then attempted to sneak across the border instead.

CBP officials say it’s smugglers who determine where migrants enter.  The formation of mini-caravans is a tactic used by smugglers, officials said Tuesday. The same cartels control drugs and human smuggling, and they use migrants as a distraction by sending a large group of people to occupy agents’ attention and then try to slip drugs into the U.S. in another location.

“We have four specific cases here recently that we’ve seen those family units used as a diversionary tactic,” said Brian Hastings, chief of law enforcement operations at the Border Patrol.  Caravans as large as 300 people are delivered to places such as Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, a beautiful but rugged location in southern Arizona that is far from any substantial infrastructure or medical care.  In just five months of the current fiscal year, agents have encountered 70 large groups, defined as those of 100 or more migrants. The previous year’s total was 13 large groups.

All told, nearly 160,000 unaccompanied alien children and family members have been encountered at the border over the past five months.  That is far more than the 120,000 encountered in 2014, when President Obama first called it a crisis, said Sen. Ron Johnson, Wisconsin Republican and chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

“It was a humanitarian crisis in 2014, and it is a growing crisis today. It is well past time to develop bipartisan solutions to secure our border and fix our horribly broken immigration system,” he said.

Mr. McAleenan suggested some options Tuesday, including investing in Central America, targeting the multibillion-dollar smuggling organizations that funnel the migrants north, constructing more border wall and changing laws to end incentives to migrate to the U.S.  At current rates, the Border Patrol is on track to arrest more than 780,000 people trying to sneak across the southwestern border, which would be the highest total since 2007 — before the government’s last wall-building spree.

Officials said the current numbers show that a majority of the migrants are children and families from Central America. Under U.S. policy, they are much tougher to deport.  That only invites more to make the journey, said Chief Hastings.  “The word of mouth and social media quickly gets back to those in northern triangle countries: If you bring a child, you’ll be successful,” Chief Hastings said.

The number of people caught at the border is generally considered a proxy for the total flow of illegal immigration, so more apprehensions is believed to mean more people are attempting to cross.  However, Mr. McAleenan acknowledged that the formula has changed in recent years based on the new demographics of the migrants.

In the past, when most were single adults from Mexico and a majority were men, their goal was to evade capture. Now, the children and families from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador — dubbed the northern triangle countries — want to be caught.

After sneaking across the border, they often “present” themselves to Border Patrol agents and demand asylum, certain that they will be quickly released into communities to await a process that can take years — giving them a chance to disappear into the shadows.

Mr. McAleenan said the surge of children and families has grown worse in the past few months as smuggling organizations begin to use charter buses to ferry migrants from Guatemala, in particular, to remote locations at the border in Arizona and New Mexico.  This also means more migrants who would normally not be able to make the journey by foot are traveling, and this delivers a surge of sick people at the border.

Fifty-five migrants a day are being sent to clinics or hospitals for care, and the Border Patrol says it’s on track for 31,000 total this year. That is up from 12,000 last year.  Agents have to accompany each of those migrants, taking them away from enforcement duties.


[From an article written by Stephen Dinan for THE WASHINGTON TIMES]




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The Popular Vote vs. the Electoral College

Electoral College controversy

This is NOT a difficult-to-understand concept. It’s quite simple.

That’s why the video accessible here is a short one.  Less than five minutes.  But it’s critically important for you and all US voters to understand why our Founding Fathers decided NOT to rely on the popular vote in future elections.  In fact, they thought it was SO IMPORTANT that they put it into the US Constitution.

You can become an authority on this question in less than five minutes, and you will completely understand the controversy.

Here’s a hint: Without the Electoral College, and with the NPV proposal, the votes in YOUR STATE could carry little or no weight in a national presidential election. Find out now why this is true.

Popular vote vs. electoral college

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Is there anybody in the Democrat party who still has a few working brain cells?

The so-called “Green New Deal” proposed by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (“Until you do it, I’m the boss! How about that?”) may cost between $51 trillion and $93 trillion over ten years, concludes American Action Forum.  The USA has no clue how to pay off its present $22 trillion plus in debt, is making interest payments on that debt which are close to impossible to meet, and this newly-arrived New Yorker who just came to Congress last November thinks somehow we can manage $90 trillion over the next ten years to pay for her pet program for which she had no idea of actual cost when she dreamed it up.  None.  If she had known the projected cost and still wanted to bring the program to light, she is even dumber than most of us think she is.  And we already think she is….well, never mind,  you already know what most of America thinks about this idiot politician.  (Sorry about the small redundancy there.)

She is from the same state, coincidentally or not, which is now telling us we ought to revise our abortion laws to make it even easier to kill babies.  Easier as in kill them up to the point of birth or even beyond.  New York is a state run by Democrats, as if we had to tell you.

No liberty for our newborns any more...

As if the mere suggestion that we’re making it too hard to kill our babies already were not enough, the state of Virginia wanted to second the motion and join in the bloodbath.  (Virginia’s governor is, you guessed it, a Democrat.  The one who was caught acting out in blackface.  That one.)  When the Democrats in Washington, DC got around to thinking about the proposal (we use the term loosely), they decided it sounded like a good idea.  And every single Democrat who wants to be your next president voted to block Republican opposition…meaning they were ALL in favor of this new and horrific version of infanticide!  Every one of ’em!

Medicare for All


As if all that were not enough, the idiot Democrats in Washington, DC (there’s that little redundancy again…sorry) are now getting behind the idea that health care is a right and the US government ought to be in the health care business in a much bigger way than it already is.  Much bigger.

Democrats just unveiled the Medicare for All Act of 2019, a comprehensive bill to abolish virtually all private health plans—including employer-sponsored coverage—and impose total federal government control over Americans’ health care.

Despite its sweeping and detailed government control, as well as the imposition of huge but unknown costs, the 120-page bill has nonetheless initially attracted 106 Democrat co-sponsors, almost half of all Democrats in the House.

The legislation is profoundly authoritarian.

For example, Section 107 ensures that no American, regardless of their personal wants or medical needs, would be able to enroll in any alternative health plan that “duplicates” the government’s coverage.

Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., the bill’s primary sponsor, is at least open about the bill’s intent: “The Medicare for All bill really makes it clear what we mean by ‘Medicare for All.’  We mean a system where there are no private insurance companies that provide these core comprehensive benefits.”

Under Section 201, Congress would decide the content of the health benefits package, what is and is not to be available in the new government health plan. The bill forbids cost sharing, a statutory prohibition guaranteed to induce demand and hike Americans’ overall health costs.

Americans would not be able simply to spend their own money for medical care from a doctor of their choice. Personal contracts between doctors and patients outside of the government plan would be tightly restricted. Under Section 301, “ … no charge will be made to any individual for any covered items or services than for payment authorized by this Act.”

Under Section 303, a provider “ …may not bill or enter into any private contract with any individual eligible for benefits under the Act for any item or service that is a benefit under this Act.”

Even private contracts for “non-covered” medical services require the doctor to report them to the health and human services secretary. Section 303 also stipulates that a private contract between a doctor and a patient for “covered” services would be permissible if and only if the doctor signs and files the affidavit with the secretary of HHS and refrains from submitting any claim for any person “enrolled under this Act” for two full years.

Altogether, these restrictions, layered atop the prohibition on private insurance coverage, would virtually eliminate private agreements between doctors and patients.

In practice, Americans could spend their own money on their own terms with just the very few doctors who could afford to see cash-paying patients entirely outside the system.

In most respects, the new House bill is broadly similar to Sen. Bernie Sanders’, I-Vt., bill. Beyond creating a government monopoly of health insurance, it centralizes key health care decisions in the office of the secretary of HHS; establishes a national health budget; and it creates a temporary Medicare-style “public option” (along with subsidies for enrollees) in the moribund Obamacare exchanges.

Like Sanders’ bill, the House bill would also eliminate Medicare, Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, the Obamacare exchange plans, and Tricare, the health program for military dependents. All of these beneficiaries would be absorbed into the new government plan; it would not be a matter of personal choice.

In striking contrast to the earlier version of the House “Medicare for All” bill, the new House bill contains no tax or funding provisions. This is a conspicuous omission. This is especially so because the House sponsors (under Section 204) also incorporate long-term care coverage, including nursing home and community-based care, into the basic benefit package. This coverage would likely be hugely expensive.

Recall that independent analysts from the Mercatus Center and the Urban Institute roughly agree that the true 10-year cost of Sanders’ similar plan would be approximately $32 trillion.

Ken Thorpe of Emory University, formerly an adviser to President Bill Clinton, estimates that the federal taxation needed to finance the Sanders’ plan would amount to an additional 20 percent tax on workers’ income, and more than 7 out of 10 working families would end up paying more for health care than they do today.


[From an article published by THE DAILY SIGNAL plus other sources]


NORM ‘n’ AL Note:  Don’t you just love the way the Democrats want to care for us and look out for our well-being?  We can’t afford the programs they want to saddle us with  (which are usually poorly thought out if at all), and they insist on giving us no choice in any of these matters, but that makes no difference.  As Hillary and Brack Obummer lost no opportunity to tell us, “government knows best,” “it takes a village,” and “you didn’t build that.”




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