HOLLYWOOD CELEBS: WE WILL GO ON ‘TOTAL STRIKE’ IF TRUMP DOES NOT RESIGN

Many of Hollywood’s elite are threatening to go on strike in protest of our President.

This rumor began circulating as soon as Trump was elected President of the United States, but these idiots continue to push the matter. Our message to them, DO IT. We don’t need jerks like you in Hollywood anyway. The fact that people like Rosie O’Donnell think that the movie and television industry wouldn’t survive without them proves just how ignorant they really are.

Watch one news network’s story on the matter:

Mike Opelka called out the rich actors and directors who were threatening the strike, warning them of the damage this strike would cause to everyone else in the industry. He mentioned the lower paid support staff who do all of the behind the scenes work.

“The people who do all the real work in Hollywood are the people who build the sets, who make the costumes, who create the props, and in some cases, do the stunts and the special effects,”Mike explained. “And they’re not getting the bazillion dollar deals.”

It’s about time that these jerkoffs realize that they aren’t the only people in this world. The fact remains that Donald Trump is our President, whether they like it or not, and that isn’t about to change.

Let’s hope that for the sake of everyone else in Hollywood these ignorant celebrities suck it up and deal with the fact that their candidate didn’t win. Maybe if they took their heads out of their asses long enough to even listen to Trump’s goals for his time in office they would feel different

Donald Trump Wishes Happy New Year to the ‘Haters’ and Even the ‘Fake News Media’

President Donald Trump extended warm wishes to Americans on New Year’s Eve, even the “haters” and the “Fake News Media.”

“As our Country rapidly grows stronger and smarter, I want to wish all of my friends, supporters, enemies, haters, and even the very dishonest Fake News Media, a Happy and Healthy New Year,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “2018 will be a great year for America!”

Trump has a history of wishing the “haters” and the “losers” well on major holidays but included the “fake news” this year.

 

Trump also shared a 2017 recap on Twitter to mark the end of the year.

 

The president spent a large part of his day at his golf resort, having lunch with Gov. Rick Scott and playing golf. He is expected to spend New Year’s Eve at the annual Mar-a-Lago party.

Couple arrested after daughter dies in room she was locked in for 15 years

A couple in Japan have been arrested after their emaciated adult daughter was found dead in a windowless room where she had apparently been locked for at least 15 years.

Airi Kakimoto, 33, weighed less than 20 kilograms (42 pounds) — about the average weight of a 4-year-old — when her body was discovered Saturday, police said. She appeared to have died from exposure to the cold.

Yasutaka Kakimoto, 55, and Yukari Kakimoto, 53, who live in Osaka, in central Japan, kept their daughter in an unheated structure next to their house, according to police.

They had the room made and fitted with surveillance cameras, an air conditioner and a toilet, and had kept their daughter locked up from the age of 16, her father told police.

They fed her one meal a day and forced her to drink water through a tube.

The couple, who were arrested Tuesday and remain in police custody, said they confined their child because she was mentally ill and violent.

The official reason given for the arrests is abandoning a corpse. Under the law Osaka police have 23 days from the time of the arrest to decide whether to press charges. The defendants’ first court appearance would occur several months after any formal charges.

Social stigma

Kohei Yamamoto, a sociology professor at Kyoto’s Ritsumeikan University, said the case showed the “strong social stigma against mental illness in Japan.”

Given the way the parents locked up their daughter and hid her illness, Yamamoto said it showed they were “also victims of a Japanese society” which lacks good medical and community support system for the mentally disabled.

He warned there may be “many more families who have the same kind of issues and problems as this family,” but added this type of stigma is common in many other countries, not just Japan.

There have been multiple reports in Japan of parents killing their mentally ill children when caring for them becomes too much.

According to Japanese media reports, in August, a 72-year-old mother killed her 49-year-old mentally ill son, while in May 2016 an 81-year-old father suffocated his 47-year-old daughter and then killed himself in Kashiba, Nara prefecture.

Mom says teacher pierced 7-year-old daughter’s ears at school

YORK COUNTY, Pa. — A Pennsylvania woman claims a teacher pierced her 7-year-old daughter’s ears at school without permission.

The incident happened earlier this month when Amanda Jones’ daughter came home with newly pierced ears, WPVI reports. The girl had her ears pierced when she was about three but quickly let them close up.

Jones said her daughter later confessed that her teacher pushed the posts through the closed holes and re-pierce her ears.

She described the incident on Facebook on Dec. 15.

The post read, in part, “My daughter went to school without pierced ears and came home with them pierced. The one side is bruised. She said one of the teachers did it I confronted each teacher in that building. My daughter said ouch but didn’t say stop. So apparently that makes it alright.”

Jones said she has contacted York County police and is waiting to hear whether or not the teacher will be disciplined.

FBI Makes Shock Announcement – Truth About Tarmac Meeting Finally Out

On Friday, the FBI made a HUGE announcement! They revealed a 30-page-document related to the infamous June of 2016 airport runway meeting that Bill Clinton had with then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

At first they denied the possession of such documents, but now they’ve decided to enlighten the public

 

According to The Daily Caller it was reported that FBI attorneys released the documents as a response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, filed from the conservative group Judicial Watch.

Last October, the FBI told Judicial Watch that the Bureau is not in possession of any records that are associated to the meeting between Clinton and Lynch.

This meeting occurred while the Justice Department was investigating Hillary Clinton’s potential mistreating of classified information on her private email server.
Firstly, the FBI were silent about the existence of documents regarding this case.

Upon further review, we subsequently determined potentially responsive documents may exist,” FBI attorneys said in a statement.

At this moment, it’s still unclear what exactly these documents contain.

The FBI is out of control,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “It is stunning that the FBI ‘found’ these Clinton-Lynch tarmac records only after we caught the agency hiding them in another lawsuit.

Judicial Watch will continue to press for answers about the FBI’s document games in court.

In the meantime, the FBI should stop the stonewall and release these new records immediately.

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National Debt Was $19,947,304,555,212.49 Ten Months Ago… Here’s What It Is Today

President Trump and his administration are working hard to undo the damage Obama did before him.

There were a lot of redundant debts that Trump never continued. Many people left, and Trump just didn’t fill their positions…this will make a difference.

Tax overhaul will complete the job of decreasing the deficit..Less Government, more jobs in Private sector…

According the U.S. Treasury’s direct record, a surprising amount of money has been saved over the course of seven months.

On January 20th, the day Trump was inaugurated, the total debt was $19,947,304,555,212.49.

On July 30th, seven short months later, it’s at $19,844,938,940,351.37.

Overall the debt has decreased by $102,365,614,861.12.

This is like PM Harper before in Canada! When Trudeau the idiot and his gang of Liberals took over, we were going down because the idiot said, hopefully the budget will balance by itself!

Now Canada is going deeper in debt! And the idiot even paid their terrorist criminal Khadr who killed an American for $10M with an apology! Isn’t he truly an idiot playing like Obama! I hope Trump will slap the idiot!

Lower deficit has quite the opposite effect. It causes higher unemployment, not lower.

Unemployment is an indicator that the government is pulling too many resources from the economy, i.e too much tax for the level of spending. The deficit has to be high enough to offset imports and accommodate private savings. This is a math thing, not a matter of opinion.

rump just found and stopped hundreds of millions going to programs long since expired or of no use, and as he drains the swamp of all this theft and the congress making money, becoming millionaires on kickbacks and overflow, we will see a big difference.

Give ’em time, the swamp is huge. There are some cagey republicans in those muddy waters too.

DEBT LIMIT SHOWDOWNS CAN BE A GOOD THING

President Trump has reportedly cut a deal with Congressional Democrats to kick the can down the road on the national debt. The deal – which has infuriated Congressional Republicans – will extend the debt limit for three months (which will become six months after Treasury raids other government funds to allow even more debt). In doing so, they have rubber-stamped budget deficits that are surging back towards $1 trillion, and a national debt that is on a calamitous path to leap from $20 trillion to $92 trillion over the next 30 years.

This deal surrenders what Washington truly needs: a debt limit showdown. Not one that ends in default – but rather combines significant spending reforms with a modest debt limit increase.

Not surprisingly, in Washington, the very idea of placing a statutory limit on the national debt is attracting increased bipartisan criticism as archaic and unnecessary. Critics assert that Congress essentially approves the red ink when it passes the original budget and spending legislation, and that requiring a later vote on whether or not to pay the tab for that legislation is a recipe for chaos and possibly default.

Raising the debt limit without addressing runaway spending is like offering morphine to a cancer patient: it may provide temporary relief but does nothing to cure the underlying disease.

These critics are absolutely correct that – all else equal – requiring regular votes on whether to pay the bills Congress has already incurred is difficult to justify. But all else is not equal, because the budget process also contains extraordinary biases in favor of spending and debt. There are no government-wide spending caps or balanced budget requirements. More than half of all federal spending grows steeply on autopilot every year without any Congressional votes. Existing budget limits can be waived easily with little notice.

Against this hardened institutional bias for spending and deficits, the debt limit vote provides the only guaranteed opportunity for lawmakers to address the total cost of government. And in the past, it has been the only effective tool to rein in deficits.

Here is a little-known fact: Since 1985, virtually every major deficit reduction law has been attached to a debt limit increase. The 1985 and 1987 Gramm-Rudman-Hollings deficit caps were attached to debt limit bills. So were the 1990, 1993, and 1997 budget deals that contributed to the 1998-2001 balanced budgets. The 1996 Line-Item Veto Act (later invalidated by the Supreme Court) and 2010 Pay-As-You-Go law were each placed on debt limit bills. Most importantly, the 2011 Budget Control Act – and its $2.1 trillion spending cut – was attached to a debt limit bill.

Why would lawmakers surrender the only successful tool for reining in deficits? What alternative mechanism could provide this much deficit reduction?

Instead, raising the debt limit without addressing runaway spending is like offering morphine to a cancer patient: it may provide temporary relief but does nothing to cure the underlying disease.

Congress may not have the bandwidth to include the major entitlement savings necessary to stop the red ink. However, several options exist to promote fiscal responsibility:

The best option would put major entitlements on long-term budgets. Top policy experts on the left and right have long endorsed a proposal to put Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid each on a sustainable 30-year spending path. Every five years, Congress would be required to revisit the programs and ensure they remain on their pre-set path, or else automatic reforms would occur. These long-term budgets are a necessary first step to saving entitlements from their current path to bankruptcy.

Alternatively, lawmakers could extend the Budget Control Act spending caps another five years. These successful discretionary spending caps are scheduled to expire after 2021. While Congress loves to complain about spending caps, recent history shows the absence of caps to be a recipe for runaway spending. Discretionary spending – while no longer driving the deficit – has proven to be the lowest-hanging fruit for lawmakers unwilling to reform major entitlements. And even if Congress continues to loosen the annual caps (including defense) in return for equal savings to smaller, lower-priority entitlement programs, those savings count against the deficit, too.

At minimum, lawmakers should eliminate a budgetary gimmick that essentially helps lawmakers skirt the discretionary caps by $18 billion annually through fake entitlement offsets. Banning this gimmick – called “changes in mandatory programs” or “ChIMPs” – can save $180 billion over the decade.

POLL: They’re Calling Trump ‘One of the Smartest Presidents Ever.’ Do YOU Agree?

This is absolutely going to have liberal heads exploding.

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich has laid out solid evidence suggesting Donald Trump might be one of the smartest men to ever server as President of the United States.

After serving for months on Trump’s election campaign, Gingrich has published a book titled Understanding Trump.

Far too many Americans have been taken in by CNN soundbites that misrepresent who Trump really is, and Gingrich wants to set the record straight.

In an interview with Breitbart about the book, Gingrich described the two sides of Trump:

On the one hand there’s the “very pugnacious, risk-taking, live in the moment kind of guy, very existential. He’s the one who tweets. Then there’s this very serious, long-term, thoughtful, disciplined guy. I don’t know if he’s a Gemini, I think he is a Gemini. There’s a sense of twins who occupy this guy, and I think there’s a lot of stories in here that people will find very interesting.”

But what’s really going to get liberals is Gingrich’s description of Trump as “one of three or four smartest people ever to be president.”

“I think he’s in the same league as someone like Lincoln or Theodore Roosevelt … I also think he’s one of the most energetic since Roosevelt, which is why you get these tweets at five in the morning, when he wakes up he has too much energy. I think also he has an instinct for disruption comparable to Andrew Jackson… He is constantly looking for ways to fix things, to change things, to breakthrough.”

Source: https://conservativepost.com | News Now Politics

POLL: THEY’RE CALLING TRUMP ‘ONE OF THE SMARTEST PRESIDENTS EVER.’ DO YOU AGREE?

They’re Calling Trump ‘One of the Smartest Presidents Ever.’ Do YOU Agree?

Tennessee girl, 12, charged in deadly shooting of her 16-year-old friend

A 12-year-old girl on Tennessee has been charged as a juvenile with killing another girl in her grandmother’s apartment with a stolen gun, the Nashville Metro Police Department said Sunday.

Brentrice Wilson, 16, was pronounced dead at the scene after officers were called to an apartment in Madison around 3:25 a.m. after a report of a shooting.

Police said the 12-year-old snuck out of her apartment without her grandmother’s knowledge with Brentrice and several other girls.

 

The girls then went to a nearby parking lot and began pulling on car door handles, the Tennessean reported.

They found an unlocked vehicle and burglarized it, taking a loaded semi-automatic pistol, the paper reported.

Police said the girl brought the gun back to the apartment and the 12-year-old was handling it and pointing it at the others when it fired, Fox 17 Nashville reported.

The girl has been charged with criminal homicide and the case will be handled in juvenile court, according to police who continue to investigate.

5 Colorado deputies shot, 1 fatally, in ‘ambush’ attack

A man fired more than 100 rounds at sheriff’s deputies in Colorado early Sunday, killing one and injuring four others, before being fatally shot himself in what authorities called an ambush. Two civilians were also injured.

Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said deputies came under fire almost immediately after entering a suburban Denver apartment and trying to talk with the suspect, who was holed up inside a bedroom.

“I do know that all of them were shot very, very quickly. They all went down almost within seconds of each other, so it was more of an ambush-type of attack on our officers,” Spurlock said. “He knew we were coming and we obviously let him know that we were there.”

The wounded deputies tried to pull the fallen officer, identified as Zackari Parrish, out of the line of further gunfire but were unable to because of their own injuries and only managed to “crawl to safety,” Spurlock said.

The incident occurred around 5:15 a.m. at Copper Canyon Apartments, a landscaped apartment complex in Highland Ranch, 16 miles (28 kilometers) south of Denver. Authorities had left the home about four hours earlier to address a noise complaint but returned in response to reports of a disturbance at the home.

There were two men inside the home when deputies arrived and someone let them inside, Spurlock said. The disturbance was initially reported to be domestic but turned out to be noise-related, he said.

“The suspect was just making a ton of noise and annoying everyone around him,” Spurlock said.

Vira Cover, who lives in a building about 50 yards away from the shooting, was woken up by a phone call from her fiance, Steve Silknitter, who warned her about what was happening and urged her to stay inside. Soon afterward she said she heard about 15 to 20 very loud shots fired over about 30 seconds or a minute. She sat on the couch with her cats and called Silknitter back before turning on the television to try to find out more about what was happening.

“I couldn’t believe this was happening in our backyard,” she said.

Silknitter heard the shots fired too but from about a half mile away, stopped at a police roadblock as he tried to get back home from work. Then he said he saw police in tactical gear speed past him in a pickup truck.

Silknitter said he lived 2 miles away from the movie theater in Aurora, Colorado where 12 people were killed in a shooting in 2012. He said he never would have expected anything like this in his apartment complex, where the only noise you might normally hear is children running around upstairs.

“Where do I move to where I don’t have to worry about someone shooting us?” asked Silknitter, who is now considering getting a concealed weapons permit.

The suspect was well-known to authorities in the Denver area but had no criminal record, said Spurlock, who declined to name him until his identity was confirmed.

The sheriff did not release any details about the weapons and ammunition used except to say the suspect had a rifle. He also did not know if law enforcement had any prior knowledge of firearms being in the home but the possibility always weighs on deputies’ minds.

“We respond to every call anticipating that everyone has a gun. This is Colorado. Everybody has a gun,” Spurlock said.

Parrish, the slain officer, was 29 and a married father of two young children. He came to the department seven months ago after working as an officer for the nearby Castle Rock Police Department. Spurlock called him a “good kid” who was eager to work.

“His wife told me today that he loved this job more than he had loved any job he ever had,” the sheriff said.

Gov. John Hickenlooper ordered flags on all public buildings immediately lowered to half-staff until Tuesday evening in Parrish’s honor.

The three deputies and one police officer injured were listed in stable condition. Authorities identified them as deputies Michael Doyle, 28; Taylor Davis, 30; Jeffrey Pelle, 32; and Castle Rock police officer Tom O’Donnell, 41.

The two civilian injuries were not life-threatening.

Pelle is the son of Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle. The sheriff shared a picture of him and two other family members by his son’s hospital bed on his office Twitter account. All four, including Jeffrey Pelle, who underwent surgery, are smiling and giving a thumbs-up gesture.

President Donald Trump expressed sorrow, writing on Twitter, “My deepest condolences to the victims of the terrible shooting in Douglas County @dcsheriff, and their families. We love our police and law enforcement – God Bless them all!”

The shooting occurred on the final day of a year that saw the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history in Las Vegas.

NEW YEAR’S EVE GUNMAN SUSPECT ARRESTED IN HOUSTON, SMALL ARSENAL OF GUNS FOUND IN HOTEL ROOM

Barbra Streisand was once a well-respected singer, songwriter, actress, and filmmaker.

But now she’s joined the idiotic ranks of Rosie O’Donnell, Chelsea Handler, Alyssa Milano and many other daft celebrities with her ridiculous attacks against Trump.

Streisand’s latest strike was meant to really stick it to the president, but of course, it came back to smack her in the face.

Sorry honey, that’s not how it works.

She should be banned off of Twitter just for her sheer stupidity.

Thankfully, the backlash on Twitter was completely merciless: