Wednesday, February 20, 2019 by: S.D. Wells Tags: badfood, badhealth, Border Wall, clean water, emergency, food emergency, food safety, health emergency, health freedom, Immigration, Liberty, medical emergency, national emergency, natural remedies, prep for shtf, prepping (Natural News) It’s funny how Americans have their priorities so screwed up by the media that hardly a soul is focused on what matters most — our health. Sure, we all need to be safe from criminals, terrorists, liberal extremists, and the Clintons, but none of that really matters in the long run, if we’re all dying young from cancer, dementia, psychosis, and prescription drug overdoses. The mass media has us all focused on whether or not we should consider socialism instead of capitalism, and whether or not we know the difference between legal migration and diseased, illegal immigrants who commit crimes and free-load off our taxpayer dollars. So, while the politicians embezzle their millions … [Read more...] about Top 5 NATIONAL EMERGENCIES that should be declared NOW, in addition to a U.S. southern border wall
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Philip Bump The Washington Post January 10, 2019 Back in April 2015 — an era so distant in American history that it barely shimmers in and out of view, cloaked in the haze of everything that’s happened since — Donald John Trump promised the United States that he would build a wall on the border with Mexico and that Mexico would cover the cost.It was at an event in New Hampshire covered by Paul Steinhauser of NH1 News, targeting the state which, as it turns out, would provide Trump with his first victory in electoral politics. But at the time — despite Steinhauser’s accurate assessment that it wasn’t — it seemed like a joke. The TV guy was going to build a wall for free, huh? Okay. Good luck.The point, though, is that Trump’s insistence that Mexico would pay for the wall is, in fact, older than his campaign itself. … [Read more...] about Trump claims he never said Mexico would cut a check for the wall. Let’s go to the tape
The D.C. Memo is a weekly recap of Washington political news, journalism, and opinion, delivered with an eye toward what matters for Minnesota. Sign up to get it in your inbox every Thursday. This week in Washington, the president said he’d own it if the government shut down over his border wall demands, which would be a historic moment of responsibility-taking from POTUS. Meanwhile, his former right-hand man is going to prison, and Congress signed off on a Farm Bill that makes everyone – Democrats, farmers, Saudi Arabia — happy. So much winning! This week in Washington Greetings from Washington, which is on the brink of a partial government shutdown after President Donald Trump said he’d be “proud” if the government closed if it meant fighting for funding for his Big, Beautiful Wall on the southern border. Before we dive into a big week of D.C. news, a quick plug: we’re in the thick of MinnPost’s year-end membership drive. If … [Read more...] about D.C. Memo: Where’s wall, though?
Lourenco Goncalves, CEO of iron-ore producer Cleveland-Cliffs, was in no mood to mince words Friday during a conference call with Wall Street analysts to discuss the company's latest earnings. "You guys should resign for your lack of knowledge of things," the CEO said. "You are a disaster. You are an embarrassment to your parents." Then he got personal. "We are going to screw this guy so badly that I don't believe that they will be able to only resign. They will have to commit suicide," said Goncalves, Cleveland-Cliffs' CEO since 2014, in an apparent reference to analysts who cover his company. The harsh words are reminiscent of a confrontational performance in May by Elon Musk, when the Tesla CEO blasted what he call "boring, bonehead" questions about the electric car maker during a conference call with stock analysts. Goncalves's rant came after the mining company reported a third-quarter profit of nearly $438 million, slightly below expectations. … [Read more...] about Cleveland-Cliffs stock dips as CEO rips Wall Street analysts
Alan Fram, Associated Press Updated 9:45 pm, Thursday, May 3, 2018 WASHINGTON (AP) — When Republicans muscled legislation scuttling the Obamacare health care law through the House a year ago Friday, Democrats waved sarcastically and giddily serenaded them with chants of, "Nah nah nah nah, hey hey, goodbye." Now, Democrats are trying to make good on their taunts. They're trying to use the vote as campaign weapon, hammering Republicans for voting to replace a popular statute with a bill Congress' own budget experts said would have driven up premiums and the ranks of the uninsured. They're already using it in ads from Georgia to Arizona and planning others in their drive to win House control in this November's elections — often coupling it with December's tax cuts, which disproportionately benefited businesses and wealthy Americans. "They walked the plank on a disastrous economic agenda," said Charlie Kelly, executive director of the House Majority PAC, which backs … [Read more...] about A year after ‘Obamacare’ vote, Democrats see election cudgel