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by Burt Prelutsky


GOP Takes Step To Free Americans 

From liar-nObama Socialism Mandate

by rickwells.us

{rickwells.us} ~ Senate Republicans are far from perfect and many, if not most of them, are part of the problem with the DC Swamp... They did, however, on Friday, do something no globalist Democrat would ever consider doing. They voted against wealth redistribution. In passing the Senate tax bill, the liar-nObamacare individual mandate was eliminated. The decree by our former foreign-born emperor that those of us who didn’t opt in for their overpriced, largely useless and unsustainable health care plan were to be turned upside down, vigorously shaken and the contents of our pockets, including our wallets, confiscated, will be no more...  https://rickwells.us/gop-obama-socialism-mandate/


Trump should Pardon Flynn,

Sessions should Fire Mueller and then Resign

by Michael P. Rethman

{ipatriot.com} ~ General Michael Flynn served honorably in the U.S. Army rising to become a 3-star general and head the Defense Intelligence Agency... Unfortunately for Flynn, he found the sewer that is DC to his liking – where it’s seemingly okay to be hired by foreign governments who seek to alter U.S. policy. Yet despite its questionable ethics, what Flynn did for Turkey isn’t illegal. Instead, Flynn’s major mistake was naively supporting Donald J. Trump’s campaign for President. This was tantamount to painting a target on his own back in the waning days of the corrupt liar-nObama Administration... http://ipatriot.com/trump-pardon-flynn-sessions-fire-mueller-resign/


Georgia Copyrighted Its Own Laws. Now,

It’s Suing a Nonprofit Group for Publishing Them.

by Amy Swearer

{dailysignal.com} ~ The state of Georgia has one, and only one, official set of laws: the Official Code of Georgia Annotated... There’s just one tiny problem for Georgia citizens who wish to know exactly what’s in the code: It will cost them hundreds of dollars to read it. Why? Because Georgia copyrighted its own code and gave sole distribution rights to LexisNexis, a for-profit company. The state has since raked in tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of royalty fees every year, all for allowing its citizens the privilege of reading their own laws..http://dailysignal.com/2017/12/01/georgia-copyrighted-laws-now-suin...


The net neutrality farce: From the start, the

concept has been based on a flawed foundation


{nydailynews.com} ~ For the sixth time in the last decade, U.S. rules on "network neutrality" are set to flip... The controversial policy — first imposed by the Federal Communications Commission under Bush 43, then struck down by federal courts, then re-imposed under President liar-nObama, then overturned again, then imposed yet again — is now slated for demolition by Ajit Pai, the FCC head appointed by President Trump. In a public radio debate not long ago, Tom Wheeler — who led the FCC from 2013 until early this year — argued for net neutrality regulations to protect subscribers from anti-competitive actions by their Internet Service Providers (ISPs). He asserted that the rules would protect internet start-ups of the future, singling out AOL as his historical example. It was a stunning misdirection...  http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/net-neutrality-farce-article-1.3...


Cuomo’s Expensive Puerto Rico 

“Better Than Ever” Bail Out – We Pay

by rickwells.us

{rickwells.us} ~ Andrew Cuomo is on his next political campaign, perhaps for governor of New York or maybe President of the United States... He’s saying what he believes will endear him to the parasites of America, also known as Democrat voters, both on the island of Puerto Rico and on the US mainland. The corrupt Democrats running and ruining Puerto Rico and hindering the aid effort are the ones responsible for what happened to that third world money pit that, unfortunately, is a US territory. It’s not the Trump administration’s fault, as was clearly evident during the immediate aftermath of the hurricanes. The mayor of San Juan and others vividly highlighted the fact that the Puerto Rican Democrats are every bit as corrupt and hypocritical as their mainland cousins... https://rickwells.us/cuomo-puerto-rico-better-pay/

VIDEO:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKOYpu9hsNE




by Burt Prelutsky

For a long time, I have been firmly convinced that the ideal form of government would be a benevolent dictator, someone who could cut through the usual bureaucratic red tape and partisan politics that afflict representative forms of government, in order to do the most good, most quickly, for the most people.

Unfortunately, dictators who aren’t malevolent tyrants are rarer than unicorns. And as nobody is in a position to offer me the job, it appears we are pretty much stuck with what we have.

The problem is that even in such enlightened nations as England and the U.S., we have witnessed and sat idly by while those in authority misused their powers. In America, as we all recall, we all saw President liar-nObama enable the bureaucrats at the EPA to destroy businesses on the flimsiest of ecological whims. 

At the same time, he was allowed to get away with one whopper after another. Time and again, he swore that if we liked our doctors and our health insurance, we would be allowed to hang onto them under the Affordable Care Act.

Because he wasn’t impeached for such blatant lies, he felt that even after insisting on 26 separate occasions that he didn’t have the constitutional right to prevent six million illegal aliens from being deported, it was safe to go ahead and issue an executive order preventing their eviction.

What the dictator class did in England was, in a way, even worse because lying in the name of partisanship is bad, but it has a traditional basis in human nature. Nobody really expects politicians to have a moral compass. We all understand that those holding public office are mainly motivated by power and greed. But we expect more from those sworn to uphold the Hippocratic Oath, whose primary obligation is to do no harm.

When eight-month-old Charlie Gard was diagnosed with mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome, a terminal neurological disease, his parents went about raising money through charitable donations to take their baby son to New York for experimental treatment. But the hospital objected, insisting that Charlie had the right to die with dignity.

When the parents countered that their son’s primary right was to live, the battle entered the legal system. Time and again, the English courts ruled in favor of the hospital. By the time Dr. Michio Hirano was permitted to come over from New York to examine the baby, he said it was too late for his treatment to have any chance of saving Charlie.

The court then ruled that Charlie would be taken off his respirator. Charlie died the next day. I can’t confirm that he died with his dignity intact. But however little he may have had, it dwarfed that of London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children or the English legal system.

● Some people have defended the smutty things that Donald Trump said about women to Billy Bush during that famous conversation aboard a bus. They insist it was just a case of boys being boys, although Mr. Trump was pushing 60 at the time. They said it was just the sort of locker room braggadocio that males always engage in.

I’m 77. Therefore, I have spent a lot of time in locker rooms, though not recently, I’m happy to say. They were steamy, stinky places, but I never heard anything like the sort of crap Mr. Trump said to Bush. And I’m willing to wager that most of the men reading this haven’t, either.

But there’s no question that America has become a much coarser place over the years. I would trace it back to the 60s with the advent of its simplistic “Make Love Not War” slogan and the hippies’ campaign on behalf of “Free Love,” neither of which had anything to do with love, but were simply shorthand for irresponsible sex, which in turn made tax-subsidized abortions a hot-button issue for Democrats.

But that in no way diminishes liar-Bill Clinton’s influence on our culture through his sexual misbehavior both as the governor of Arkansas and the president of the United States.

But that doesn’t excuse Trump. I voted for him and plan to do so again in 2020, but that doesn’t mean I don’t think someone should wash his mouth out with a bar of Lifebuoy.

● I have long wondered how the American Revolution is taught in English schools and regarded by the English people. Is it a major or minor item in the national consciousness? Do they consider America’s victory as a major loss or as a lucky near-miss?

I have met people from England, but I never asked, possibly to avoid opening old wounds. But if anyone can provide me with an answer, please drop me an email.

● I hate to keep harping on Roy Moore and the allegations against him, but I can’t get over the fact that the man has been in public life for more than 30 years and there had never before been a hint of inappropriate sexual behavior. Unlike the politicians and show biz celebrities who have been accused in recent months, none of those making allegations against Mr. Moore were in a position where he could have destroyed their careers had they come forward.

Considering that nobody had breathed a word of scandal against Moore during his GOP primary battle with Luther Strange, it should make a person wonder. I would think that the timing of the allegations, coming just weeks before an election pitting him against an uberliberal named Doug Jones, would make every Alabama voter at least a little suspicious. I mean, as coincidences go, it is definitely a pipperoo.

● I have always been surprised by the lines from movies that become commonplace for no readily discernible reason. At least when it’s a line like the one from “Casablanca” where the cynical chief of police says he’s shocked to find that gambling is taking place in the backroom at Rick’s, even as he’s pocketing his winnings, the line is timeless because there are always corrupt politicians to whom it applies.

But why for a time was it impossible to avoid hearing “Make my day,” “Hasta la vista, baby” and “Life is like a box of chocolates,” on a daily, sometimes hourly, basis?

Sometimes, the line didn’t even exist the way it came to be repeated. Humphrey Bogart never told Dooley Wilson to “Play it again, Sam.” He said: “You played it for her, you can play it for me.”

In “Cool Hand Luke,” Strother Martin didn’t tell Paul Newman: “What we’ve got here is a failure to communicate.” He left out the “a,” which, to my ear and most other ears, apparently, destroyed the flow of the line.

Sean Connery’s identifying himself as “Bonds…James Bond” has become iconic, but perhaps that’s mainly due to its constant repetition in the Bond franchise. But, eight years prior to “Dr. No,” Sterling Hayden introduced himself to saloon owner Joan Crawford, using the same self-important inflection, as “Guitar…Johnny Guitar.”

● The best thing about having Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror is that it means that Christmas is just around the corner.

It is sometimes said that pretty girls in high school will hang around with homely girls because they look so much better in comparison and it cuts down on the competition.

I have always felt that way when it comes to the two holidays. Thanksgiving is cardboard turkeys, Pilgrims wearing funny hats stalking the ugliest bird to be found in the animal kingdom, and pumpkins whose bottoms go mushy in a few days. There aren’t even any catchy tunes connected to the fourth Thursday in November. Even Irving Berlin never wrote a song commemorating the occasion.

But, then, suddenly, magically, Thanksgiving is transformed into Christmas, which is essentially like the erstwhile dirty-faced, g-dropping, flower seller, Eliza Doolittle, appearing on Professor Higgins’ staircase, all gussied up for the ball, rivaling Grace Kelly and Lady Di in the princess competition.

If you want to Comment directly to Burt Prelutsky, please mention my name Rudy. BurtPrelutsky@aol.com

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 REVEALED: Here’s What Dirty Cop Mueller And His Team
Of Liberal Hack Lawyers Are Costing Taxpayers Per Month

The Mueller ‘Russia’ investigation was built on a foundation of lies and cost taxpayers $6.7 million within the first 5 months!
Thanks to AG Sessions for recusing himself, corrupt swamp creature Rosenstein appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller to target Trump and his team in what is the greatest witch hunt in US political history.

To add insult to injury, Americans are paying over $1 million a month, watching in horror as an innocent president is investigated yet the real criminals–Hillary, Lynch, Obama, Holder, Rice, McCabe, Comey et al walk freely.

The Justice Department released a report Tuesday detailing the cost of Mueller’s investigation from May 17th 2017-Sept 30th 2017.

In four and a half months, American tax payers have paid MILLIONS of dollars for Mueller’s hacks.

Expenses include:

Direct and Reimbursed Expenditures (note 1)
Personnel Compensation and Benefits (note 2) $1,709,597
Travel and Transportation of Persons (note 3) 223,643
Transportation of Things 156
Rent, Communications, and Utilities 362,550
Contractual Services (note 4) 157,339
Supplies and Materials 26,442
Acquisition of Equipment (note 5) 733,969
Total SCO Expenditures (note 6) $ 3,213,695

Mueller’s witch hunt also cost the Justice Department about $3.5 million on work attributable to the ‘Russia’ investigation, according to the DOJ report, totaling $6.7 million!

Americans are mad as hell!

We are paying millions of dollars to pay Trump-hating lawyers who are hell bent on taking down a president who won the election in an electoral landslide all because of a Hillary-funded garbage dossier!

One of the FBI agents was recently removed for sending anti-Trump text messages to an FBI lawyer with whom he was having an affair with.

Another Mueller hack was just revealed to have praised Sally Yates for defying Trump’s travel ban.

In an email obtained by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, Andrew Weissmann, special counsel Robert Mueller’s right hand man, praised then-acting attorney general Sally Yates for standing up to President Trump’s travel ban order.

We have been reporting on Mueller’s liberal dream team for months.
So have numerous other media outlets.

We reported in August that the entire team was Trump haters. Here is a summary of the Mueller team –

Robert Mueller – Special Counsel Team leader. — Best friend to fired leaker James Comey a key witness in the case and cohort at the FBI in assisting Mueller to enable the Clintons to get away with their many crimes.

  • Rush Atkinson, an attorney on detail from the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section at the Department of Justice
    — Donated $200 to Clinton in 2016
  • Peter Carr – DOJ spokesman under Barack Obama.
  • Andrew Goldstein, a public corruption prosecutor on detail from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York — Worked under Trump-basher Preet Bharara in the liberal New York southern district.
  • Adam Jed, an appellate attorney on detail from DOJ’s Civil Division. — Defended Obamacare at the DOJ.
  • Lisa Page, an attorney on detail from the FBI’s Office of the General Counsel and a former trial attorney with the Criminal Division’s Organized Crime and Gang Section – Investigated Ukrainian oligarch Dmitry Firtash, a one-time business partner of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, at the DOJ.
  • Elizabeth Prelogar, an appellate attorney on detail from the Office of the Solicitor General. -Fluent in Russian; former law clerk to Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan.
  • James Quarles, a former partner at WilmerHale and a former assistant special prosecutor for the Watergate Special Prosecution Force. –Former assistant special prosecutor on the Watergate Special Prosecution Force.
  • Jeannie Rhee, a former partner at WilmerHale who has served in the Office of Legal Counsel at DOJ and as an assistant U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia. — Rhee is a Clinton Foundation Lawyer and former Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Office of Legal Counsel under Barack Obama.
  • Brandon Van Grack, an attorney on detail from the Justice Department’s National Security Division.
    — Led a grand jury inquiry in Northern Virginia scrutinizing former Trump associate Michael Flynn’s foreign lobbying.
  • Andrew Weissmann, who is on detail from the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section and who has served as general counsel at the FBI and as an assistant U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York. — Weissmann donated $2,300 to the Obama Victory Fund in 2008, $2,000 to the DNC in 2006 and at least $2,300 to the Clinton campaign in 2007.
  • Aaron Zebley, a former partner at WilmerHale who has previously served with Mueller at the FBI and has served as an assistant U.S. attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia. — Worked with Robert Mueller at the WilmerHale firm.
  • Aaron Zelinsky, an attorney on detail from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of Maryland. — Worked under Assistant AG Rod Rosenstein in Maryland.
  • Zainab Ahmad, a top national security prosecutor on detail from U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York.
  • Michael Dreeben, an appellate attorney on detail from the Office of the Solicitor General, described by former colleagues as one of the brightest criminal law experts of the past two generations.

Jeff Sessions needs to step down immediately.

He is corrupt and compromised.


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