An excellent talk on the US Supreme Court, it’s justices and what is conservative vs. what is ‘liberal’.
There is an added consideration to think about before you cast your vote in the 2020 Presidential Election (whether you use a mail-in ballot or show up in person at your designated precinct). What is that consideration?
Which VP candidate is better prepared to take over the reins should either Presidential candidate be unable to complete their 4-year term? Which VP candidate will continue growing the economy? Which VP candidate will keep taxes low putting more money into your pocket? Which VP candidate will maintain incentives that have encouraged business growth opportunities? Which VP candidate will continue to create job opportunities for women, minorities, every background, every ethnicity, everyone?
Which VP candidate will support law and order and put an end to the lawlessness and anarchy that is destroying our cities? Which VP candidate will give you a better sense of safety and security within your community? Which VP candidate will continue to make fair and reciprocal trade deals with our trading partners?
Which VP candidate will continue to strengthen our military, end meaningless wars, and continue to bring our troops back home? Which VP candidate do you trust setting foreign policy for our country? Which VP candidate would you be more comfortable with in serious talks with Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong-un, and Xi Jinping? Come to think of it, you can probably ask the exact same questions about the two Presidential candidates.
With Hong Kong taken over by Communist China’s central government, Singapore seems to be taking up the mantle as a global financial center for Asia. It’s just too small to ask the island state to cover the volumes of Asia. The Japan government and the politicians in Tokyo have expressed strong interest in stepping in that place. What do Japan politicians need to do to draw more global business and become a world financial center? Here are six things Japan politicians need to do for all visa categories except Permanent Resident
- Eliminate taxation on global assets
- Eliminate exit tax
- Eliminate taxation on global assets
- Exception from inheritance tax
- Eliminate all special taxes against high income like Recovery Tax
- Lower punitive tax rates for high income
Dr. James Dobson’s Thoughts on President Trump | Family Talk
US President Donald Trump is one of the most unique American presidents in history. He is not a lawyer by trade, nor is he a career politician from the DC swamp that just accepts things as they are. Mr. Trump is someone that no supporter can even defend as he is sometimes crude, rude, and unrelenting.
Trump beat self-loving Hillary Clinton in 2016 for a couple reasons. More people hated Hillary than any other candidate in history because of her pay to play politics and her arrogance. Secondly, another 4 years of Obama like politics didn’t appeal to business people who weren’t sure of more legal red tape that made hiring people and doing business unpredictable.
The Trump presidency was a breath of fresh with the economy as it roared to recording trading on the stock market, record unemployment, opportunity for all. The political establishment didn’t want to see Trump successful. Then President Barak Obama approved the surveillance of then citizen Donald Trump which was the beginning of attacks on Mr. Trump by the dirty politicians, mostly from the Democrat’s but also including some Republicans as well. Mr. Trump has been attacked constantly, but he hasn’t been too shy or politically correct and has highlighted that. What attacks were made?
- The Russian election hoax started by Hillary related people and continued by the democrat controlled House of Representatives and fake news kings, CNN, broadcast every day for months
- Fake impeachment by same dems regarding a phone call with the Ukraine
- Constant blocking of executive orders and other Trump administration policies by activist leftist judges
The list of attacks on the president goes on and on. We will not. But this begs the question. How could President Donald Trump survive 4 years of attacks on his character? He has likely survived it because he is not a politician stock in ruts of Washington DC decision making. He is a business man who is used to getting things done.
One thing we do notice is that Trump has not caved in to the attacks. In fact, he has become emboldened by the attacks and moved into a more aggressive stance and activity. Name calling, talking over people, and negative comments are never acceptable. But if President Trump were not as tough as he is through his business experience, he would have resigned and left the political pit many years ago.
Donald Trump is a one of a kind person. He is far from defendable by committed Republicans, but from a results perspective he has been one of the best presidents in United States history.
This post was brilliantly written by one of the commentors on BrightCitizen.com. Enjoy!
Soon, it will be over. The U.S. presidential election, I mean. Not the end of the world. But maybe the end of our nation as we have known it.
No. I will not be voting for Biden…. I am not voting for a man. At this point, I am voting for one thing and one thing only. I am voting for the principles for which this country has stood since its founding.
I am voting for Constitutional government. I am voting for a strong and viable military. I am voting for a vibrant economy. I am voting for the right to keep and bear arms. I am voting for the freedom to worship. I am voting for a national recognition of the founding of our nation on Biblical principles.
I am voting for the ability for anyone to rise above their circumstances and become successful. I am voting for my children and grandchildren to be able to choose their own path in life, including how and where their children are educated.
I am voting for our borders to be open to everyone who enters under our law and closed to everyone who would circumvent or ignore the law. I am voting for the Electoral College to remain in place, so that a few heavily populated liberal centers do not control the elections.
I am voting for a Supreme Court that interprets the Constitution rather than rewrites it. I am voting to teach history, with all its warts, not erase it or revise it. I am voting for the sanctity of life from conception to birth and after.
There are some things I am voting against.
We are not voting for a person, we are voting for principles and the party that has them.
Trump Biden Debate
Really disappointing event. CNN are potty mouths. Trump talked over too much but Biden reciprocated (in fact he started it).
Biden kept calling Trump a liar but didn’t address his unethical ‘pay to play’ family activities or what he actually did in 47 years in politics. Seems like Biden has no plans of his own, you would gather from tonight. If Trump let him talk more we would better see his mental fitness to stand for office. Moderator didn’t ask the same questions of both sides.
After being on the receiving end of attacks since his election (nearly dour years ago!), Trump must be pretty tired of all the fake investigations, nonsensical impeachment attempts, and media hit jobs. His ‘fake news’ labeling probably didn’t help that. But guessing that is his frustration this time around. How many business professionals would want to sit there while someone calls you a liar or cheat..
Wouldn’t watch a second one.