Jeremy Hanson joined Vince from the Red Elephants on Wednesday night on Joe Biggs’ show Rogue Right.
The discussion quickly turned to today’s 7-hour-speech stunt pulled by liberal loon Nancy Pelosi. She read letters from what Democrats call “Dreamers” on the Senate floor in protest of President Trump’s insistence that any DACA legislation contain funding for the big beautiful wall that got him elected.
The DACA Program, originally put in place by former President Barack Hussein Obama, was created to provide amnesty for tens of millions of illegal aliens in the hopes that they would register and vote Democrat.
Forward the video to the 23:30 Mark for the discussion on immigration.
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By Manly Man — 9 months ago
Kirsters Baish| Although the mainstream media has been completely biased in reporting about the situation in Puerto Rico following two massive hurricanes and how President Trump and his administration have been handling the situation, the people of Puerto Rico have spoken, and they are very pleased with President Trump’s actions. President Trump made the trip to Puerto Rico to assess the damage himself and aid the people affected by the storms. Geraldo Rivera explained to Fox & Friends on Friday that Trump was doing everything he could.
Rivera actually has family that resides in Puerto Rico, and they witnessed for themselves Trump’s visit. They explained that 90 to 95 percent of the people President Trump met on his trip were enthusiastic about his visit.
Rivera explained on air that the media has a way of distorting the truth in order to fit their narrative. He gave a clear example when he spoke about Trump praising the island for their swift actions to make sure that Hurricane Maria had such a low death toll. (16 people died instead of 1,800 that died in Hurricane Katrina.) But, the mainstream media jumped at the chance to attack President Trump, claiming that he downplayed the loss of life.
Rivera stated that reports against President Trump in this case have been “fake news.” He explained that New York Times columnist Paul Krugman stated on Twitter that there was a cholera outbreak in Puerto Rico… this was 100% fake news.
President Trump tweeted on Friday to explain just how much support he had for the people of Puerto Rico.
The wonderful people of Puerto Rico, with their unmatched spirit, know how bad things were before the H's. I will always be with them!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 13, 2017
“The wonderful people of Puerto Rico, with their unmatched spirit, know how bad things were before the H’s. I will always be with them!” Trump wrote.
…We cannot keep FEMA, the Military & the First Responders, who have been amazing (under the most difficult circumstances) in P.R. forever!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 12, 2017
Then, on Thursday, President Trump wrote that first responders would not be staying on the island forever. He was obviously trying to get a rise out of his enemies.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly stated on Thursday that Trump’s tweet actually shows the correct response to a disaster.
“I think he said the U.S. military and FEMA can’t be there forever. Right?” he questioned the reporter who was badgering him. “First responders. The minute you go anywhere as a first responder — and this would apply, certainly, to the military — you are trying very hard, working very hard to work yourself out of a job.”
Kelly explained that the response teams who came initially are actually supposed to be limited during their time spent dealing with any crisis location. This way, they can be sent to the next disaster when it comes.
“There will be a period in which — we hope sooner rather than later — to where the U.S. military and FEMA, generally speaking, can withdraw because then the government and the people of Puerto Rico are recovering sufficiently to start the process of rebuilding. So this country, our country will stand with those American citizens in Puerto Rico until the job is done. But the tweet about FEMA and DOD — read: military — is exactly accurate. They’re not going to be there forever, and the whole point is to start to work yourself out of a job and then transition to the rebuilding process,” he continued.
The truth of the matter is that President Trump and his administration have been doing everything they can in order to help the people of Puerto Rico. The mainstream liberal media has chosen to constantly twist the truth in order to fit their sick narrative. It’s time for news outlets to stop being so biased and give the President the respect he deserves.
By Manly Man — 10 months ago
Steve Straub reports yet another college in the United States is suffering a massive budget deficit caused by an “unexpected” decline in enrollment after allowing radical professors and students to engage in a series of disturbances.
This time the school in question is Oberlin College, a small private school in Ohio with 2,900 students and the average cost of tuition plus room and board is $69,372 per year.
The student newspaper, the Oberlin Review, reports the school is facing a $5 million shortfall for the 2017-2018 school year because of lower student enrollment and other losses of revenue (donations).
The chairman of Oberlin’s board of trustees, Chris Canavan, announced the financial woes in an email sent to professors and administrators this summer. The student newspaper obtained and published the full email late last week.
“As many of you already know, Oberlin’s primary source of revenue, student charges, will fall well short of our target because the incoming class is smaller than we expected and fewer students will return next year,” Canavan wrote. “There is no avoiding the financial impact of these shortfalls. Although we had already reduced budgets across the institution for next year, this shortfall in student charges will generate a deficit of about $5 million.”
Oberlin obtains more than 80 percent of its annual operating budget from tuition and other student charges.
Administrators at the private school had hoped to enroll 805 new students this fall. However, only 742 new students actually showed up on campus.
School officials had a cautious total enrollment target of 2,895 students for the fall 2017 semester but actual total enrollment is just 2,815 students currently.
The member of the board of trustees “hope(s) that this enrollment shock is a transitory one,” but they don’t know what the future holds.
Who could have ever predicted that letting radical professors, students and other left wing “protesters” run wild would have an impact on enrollment and revenue?
While this time Oberlin is feeling the impact of giving in to leftist demands, it’s just another symptom of the rot that is at the center of colleges and universities all across the United States of America.
Over the past 40 years the left has completely taken over the vast majority of colleges and universities and they are no longer training centers for young minds but, first and foremost, indoctrination centers for impressionable young people.
The mission of indoctrination in fact seems to be of a higher priority for many schools than imparting students with knowledge and skills they can use to be productive in private industry and government.
Until, and unless this changes, it behooves parents and students to be extraordinarily careful as to what college or university they choose to invest time, effort and money in.
Send your child or grandchild to a school that teaches the valuable skills so they can succeed in the marketplace.
It also behooves employers to be extra careful when hiring to be sure a prospective applicant is not from a school that prioritizes social justice over actual knowledge and useful skills.
After all no one wants to hire a special snowflake who melts at the slightest imaginary “offense,” can’t handle the pressures of the real world and needs a “safe space” to retreat to.
So until, and unless this all changes, expect to see more colleges and universities suffer “unexpected” declines in enrollment and revenue.
What do you think about this? Are you surprised Oberlin’s enrollment is falling or is this just the expected consequence of giving into and appeasing leftists?
Sound off in the comments below!
By Chelsea Betonie — 9 months ago
The mayor of San Juan reminds me a lot of a little kid that gripes about if we are there yet on a long car trip.
Even if you give someone a reasonable timetable for when something could possibly happen you are still going to have the odd person that complains.
Now, back to the comparison to tie why I think that the mayor of San Juan is off her head when it comes to timelines. When I move my family across country last year, we had a drive of about eleven hundred miles.
My son, who is about nine years old was going to get justifiably cranky at some point during the trip. So, in the buildup to the move I sat him down and showed him about how long the drive was going to take. I actually gave him a countdown timer when we started so he knew that we were going as fast as he thought we were supposed to be.
The mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico has been raising all sorts of hell regarding the Trump administration’s response to the island’s desperation after the destruction caused by Hurricane Maria. For weeks now, it has been attack after attack after attack from Carmen Yulin Cruz, no matter what the President does.
With the many weeks of posturing, the media has gotten a hold of the mayor’s incessant messaging and questioned if the Trump administration is doing enough to help the victims of the storm.
Last Tuesday, the President visited Puerto Rico and assisted in handing out relief supplies. Now, he did start throwing out rolls of paper towels as if they were basketballs being shot into a hoop, so it looked a bit sloppy on form, but nonetheless there he was.
On Sunday, she unleashed a tweet storm directed at several high-profile media people in the hopes of getting more attention.
With the constant stream of criticism regarding the response, it was only a matter of time before the FEMA Administrator was asked about the San Juan Mayor. And when he was, he really smacked her down.
The Washington Free Beacon reports that Brock Long stated in an interview that he didn’t have time to deal with the mayor, and that his office had enough of her.
“We filtered out the mayor a long time ago, we don’t have time for the political noise.”
“The bottom line is that we are making progress every day in conjunction with the governor.”
Part of the issue down in PR is the fact that the weather is rather volatile. Thunderstorms often come and erase progress already completed, and that work has to be redone. One of the major issues Puerto Rico now needs to face is reconstructing the power grid.
Luckily for the people of Puerto Rico, Elon Musk has offered to assist in rebuilding the power grid using solar technology. Now, the question I have on that issue is how much in taxpayer money is going to be used to subsidize the project, and who will be on the hook if anything fails catastrophically like many solar initiatives have.
For the time being, though, the cleanup remains a long and difficult process. The last thing that is needed here is “The Resistance” trying to score points on the backs of those suffering from the hurricane. The San Juan mayor seems to fall into that category, and FEMA has chosen to just ignore such despicable posturing while important work needs to be done.