Category Archives: Foreign policy and affairs

Trade War – America Wins

Posted by Jack by CBS News“The escalation of the U.S.-China trade fight — and the threat of further tit-for-tat measures — marks a significant risk to both countries and the world economy, analysts said. The U.S. early Friday increased tariffs … Continue reading

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Rep. Illa Omar Comments Draw Fire From Democrats and Republicans

By Jack Freshman Representative Illa Omar-D drew fire for saying she is tired of being treated like a 2nd class citizen because she is from Somalia and she’s a Muslim.  She inferred that America is a racist country because in … Continue reading

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Communists, War Crimes and Us

by Jack My friends and I were chatting over coffee the other day and we were talking about the  cold war and this included the Vietnam war.  Then someone asked, “Did the Commies ever charge any of theirs with a … Continue reading

Posted in Border Security, Foreign policy and affairs, Liberty | 7 Comments

If They Were Not Stealing They Would Be Alive

TLAHUELILPAN, Mexico (AP) — Forensic experts attempted to separate and count charred heaps of corpses in central Mexico on Saturday after a massive fireball erupted at an illegal pipeline tap, killing at least 66 people.  More than 85 other people … Continue reading

Posted in Conservation, Foreign policy and affairs, Government Fraud and Corruption | 3 Comments

Invasion Update

Posted by Tina There’s a lot going on with the collected invaders at the border in Tijuana. There’s also news that the politics driving policy is shifting: Some 350 of those who joined the “caravan” have become disillusioned and are … Continue reading

Posted in Border Security, Foreign policy and affairs, Illegal immigration, Morals and Ethics | 6 Comments

Update – China Tariffs

Posted by Tina President Trump’s effort to gain a greater balance with China on trade is working well so far despite the absence of a signed trade agreement. Some economists feared that American consumers would pay a high price for … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Industry, Foreign policy and affairs, Morals and Ethics | 3 Comments

Invasion Marchers Met by Angry Citizens in TJ

Posted by Tina Well, well, well…how to explain brown people “discriminating” against brown people? Will they be labeled “racist” for wanting the caravan to “go home?” A group of mostly male Central Americans broke away from the large groups headed … Continue reading

Posted in Border Security, Constitution & Law, Foreign policy and affairs, National Security, Western Values | 9 Comments

Woman Sentenced to 4 Years for Making 1000 Fake ID’s and Related Crimes

Posted by Tina Martha Buendia-Chavarria, a Mexican National aged 44, was residing in Marion, Ohio, collecting benefits, and running a false ID mill that produced at least 1000 false documents. Investigators caught up with her in 2017. “Numerous false identification … Continue reading

Posted in Civil Rights, Constitution & Law, Foreign policy and affairs, Illegal immigration, Police and Crime | 18 Comments

Central American Invaders Number 10,000 – Purpose Behind the Motto on the Great Seal of the United States

Posted by Tina “E Plurubus Unum”…does it mean we must allow anyone to enter our nation at any time? A great caravan of peoplefrom Central America are, once again, intent on invading our country. The waves show no signs of … Continue reading

Posted in Border Security, Civil Rights, Constitution & Law, Foreign policy and affairs, Illegal immigration, Military, Morals and Ethics, National Security, Patriotism, Western Values | 18 Comments

Gorka on Khashoggi – Details and Perspective

Posted by Tina The dust is settling around the mysterious death (murder) of Jamal Khashoggi. Speculation and assertions can be set aside for the moment as information is supplied. Sebastian Gorka fills in details of interest at American Greatness in … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Foreign policy and affairs, Media and Communications | 10 Comments