Some proposed legislation in Congress is just cannon fodder. These Bills won’t ever pass, Most won’t even get a vote. Even if they deserve consideration. Do you agree with our picks?
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
We see a pattern, a plan for the 2020 presidential race emerging from the Kavanaugh v. Ford controversy. No matter the 2018 mid-term election outcome. We cite the partisan platform. We predict who will be the front-runners and who is out as the presidential and vice-presidential nominees, and why. Are we correct? If correct, how will it affect your vote? Comments welcomed.
One of the most controversial issues of the year, discussed directly with the public. No pundit soundbites, no news editorial edits, no social media censorship. Because your voice matters.
A short collection of political commentary as it appeared on Facebook, in regard to the Kavanaugh nomination and the efforts of certain Democrats to deny Rights and Due Process.
Reasonable minds may disagree, Objection to any Supreme Court nominee, based in fact and their determinations of law, should be welcomed by all. But pre-judgement, made 12 days prior, is manipulation and bias, as Tweets display. What do you think?
In this episode we cover what Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand omitted when she talked about helping small business – how Democrats plan to hurt businesses. We continue the podcast discussing how the 2nd Amendment is being compromised – with HR 5087 and allegedly in a news story sweeping the nation. Finally we address the impact of censorship in Social Media, not just in theory but in fact with the example of Mert Melfa. It’s a lot of information that you can’t get in 30 seconds.
We often hear that DACA and Dreamers must be taken care of by America and it is a moral obligation for our nation. But nothing in the Constitution even hints that such an obligation to any group exists. Thus we ponder, is it an obligation and what is the morality?
Its not just the separate standards for sexual assault that is the issue. Examples like Hillary Clinton, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi, and Dan Livingston so how deep this rabbit hole goes. Related posts:…
While voters may or may not agree with these personal statements, and facts, they should be considered. Most of these tweets and issues will never be addressed by the major media – instead minor side issues will grab the headlines. That is a disservice to the public.
Thus getting a raise, a promotion, or changing jobs for a better paying one, can all cause the credit from the Government to decrease. The net outcome can be a hit to tax refunds or even requiring payment to the IRS for the difference after the refund is wiped out..