Footnote: From this day forward I will not address the dems as dummycrats, but will label the voters who voted for them dummies. We will all suffer for their misunderstanding and our lives will be destroyed if we don't keep our attention.
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Why Trump Can End Birthright Citizenship 
by Executive Order
by Hans von Spakovsky  
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Trump Celebrates Midterms Results 
Despite Democrat Victory – Threatens Investigations
by Rusty
{thepoliticalinsider.com} ~ President Trump Wednesday shared quotes from conservative economist and actor Ben Stein... celebrating the midterm election results and touting his “Trump magic.” Then he promised to go to toe-to-toe with Democrats, promising investigations. As the results were tallied and the evening went largely according to predictions – Democrats won the House, but Republicans actually picked up seats in the Senate – the President celebrated what he perceived as “tremendous success.”  “Thank you to all,” he proclaimed. Stein was on Fox Business Network’s election night coverage and noted that the gains in the Senate in an off-year election for an incumbent party are virtually unheard of, and noted Trump’s “magic” carried many of the candidates. Not only did the Republicans ‘retain’ the Senate, but they also gained in the Senate, a body that maintains critical control over federal judicial appointments, including the Supreme Court... Sorry but I see it as a lost. Even thou we gained in the Senate.
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Roger Stone’s Attorney Recently 
Testified Before dirty cop-Mueller Grand Jury  
by Chuck Ross
{dailycaller.com} ~ An attorney for Roger Stone testified on Friday before the grand jury being used in Special Counsel dirty cop-Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election... the lawyer told The Daily Caller News Foundation. FBI agents contacted the President Donald Trump confidant’s attorney, Tyler Nixon, for the first time less than two weeks earlier, seeking an interview about his comments in an Oct. 21 Washington Post article. Nixon was cited in that story saying that he could provide information to dirty cop-Mueller’s grand jury that would back up Stone’s  claim that he learned about WikiLeaks’ plans to release information on the scumbag/liar-Clinton campaign through Randy Credico, a left-wing comedian and radio host. Stone, 66, told the House Intelligence Committee that Credico was his WikiLeaks contact. Credico has touted his links to Julian Assange and has interviewed the WikiLeaks founder on his radio show, but has denied being Stone’s conduit to WikiLeaks. He told CNN that he testified the same to dirty cop-Mueller’s grand jury on Sept. 7...
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Lowering the Voting Age to Sixteen
by Taylor Lewis
{americanthinker.com} ~ The Washington D.C. City Council will soon hold a vote on a bill that would lower the voting age to 16... The measure, which has already passed the Judiciary and Public Safety Committee by a margin of 3-0, will, unless sanity somehow reenters the council, likely pass. The result will be a victory for the glories of democracy as suffrage is extended to a group with a high-school graduation rate of 42%.  Extending the privilege of voting to young people is never the scheme of careful consideration. Nobody who takes the art of civics seriously thinks it’s a wise idea to give younger people the vote; if anything, they see the standard age of 18 to be too young. If 18 wasn’t the earliest age for military eligibility, there’d be no reason to keep the voting age below 25. But as Charles Cooke of National Review points out, there is legal consistency in maintaining the voting age at 18. It’s the same age you can buy a gun, die for your country, or even be tried as an adult. Being allowed to vote seems only fair. Lowering the age to 16 is a crude attempt at injecting the voting populace with a more liberal bloc. Conservatism is an understanding for the aged, who appreciate the accrual of wisdom. Left-liberalism is for the young, who find no need for the hard-learned lessons of yesteryear and desire immediate change... This shouldn't happen, that is to-to young.
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So long to the end of the beginning
by Wesley Pruden 
{washingtontimes.com} ~ Just as soon as they get the dead carried out we can dispense with the last rites and continue the election that counts most. Ready or not, like it or not... the 2020 presidential election campaign begins this morning. The pundits have been taking notes for months, eager to be first in line to promote somebody. If you’re counting on success by getting struck by lightning, it’s never too soon to get in line. The early favorites, a category with a high number of prospects who will only get an early ticket to oblivion, presidential candidate-wise, are easy to identify but difficult to find when the going gets serious and impossible to find after the first presidential primary. But for whatever such speculation is worth — and it’s not much — most of the names that stand out are people whose names are here because they have something called “name recognition.” That means some of the pundits of the chattering class in Washington and New York have heard of them, but almost nobody else anywhere else has, even in Peoria, once famous as the symbol of the place where all the common folk live. Peoria is further famous as the home town of “the taxi driver” who is so often quoted by political candidates and correspondents as the fount of so much political wisdom...  https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/nov/5/so-long-to-the-end-...
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Supreme Court Will Take Case to Decide 
Fate of Giant Cross in Maryland

by Warner Todd Huston
{eaglerising.com} ~ A giant Christian cross has stood in Maryland since 1925, but now, anti-American, religion haters are trying to force the state to tear the memorial down... Now the U.S. Supreme Court has announced that it will take the case to decide if the religion haters win. The cross was erected in 1923 in Bladensburg, Maryland, and is called the Peace Cross. It was created in memory of those lost during World War One. According to the city: Known also as “Peace Cross.” The Snyder-Farmer Post of the American Legion of Hyattsville erected the forty foot cross of cement and marble to recall the forty-nine men of Prince George’s County who died in World War I. The cross was dedicated on July 13, 1925, by the American Legion. A bronze tablet at the base of the monument contains the unforgettable words of Woodrow Wilson: “The right is more precious than the peace; we shall fight for the things we have always carried nearest our hearts; to such a task we dedicate ourselves.” At the base of the monument are the words, “Valor, Endurance, Courage, Devotion.” At its heart, the cross bears a great gold star...
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Why Trump Can End Birthright Citizenship by Executive Order

by Hans von Spakovsky

When it comes to the 14th Amendment, my good friend and fellow Justice Department veteran Andy McCarthy agrees that it does not require birthright citizenship.
               And we’re not alone: Other experts, such as noted constitutional law scholar John Eastman, law professor and former dean of the Fowler School of Law at Chapman University and a senior fellow at the Claremont Institute, take the same position on the citizenship clause “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside”.
               But Andy and I differ on one very important point: whether the misinterpretation of the amendment can be changed by executive order. He doesn’t think so; I say that it can.
               Simply put, the president does have the ability through executive action to direct federal agencies to act in accordance with the original meaning and intent of the citizenship clause, and to direct those agencies to issue passports, Social Security numbers, etc., only to those individuals whose status as citizens meet the requirements of the law.
               This is especially true here where, contrary to Andy’s speculation, Congress actually did not clarify that its later statutory provision was somehow inconsistent with the original understanding of the amendment.
               Congress codified the citizenship clause in Section 301 of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. Section 301 of the INA (8 U.S.C. §1401(a)) simply repeats a portion of the language of the 14th Amendment, stating that an individual shall be a citizen of the U.S. if he is “born in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof.” As Andy correctly says, the term “subject to the jurisdiction” of the U.S. was understood at the time this Reconstruction-era amendment was adopted “to mean not owing allegiance to any other sovereign.
               It seems rather obvious that children born to aliens who are in this country either legally or illegally are citizens of the native countries of their parents. Those children owe political allegiance to their parents’ native countries and thus are not within the political jurisdiction of the U.S. As Andy points out, if a “child is born in France to a married couple who are both American citizens, the child is an American citizen” and thus “subject to the jurisdiction” of the United States.
               The fact that any alien in the U.S. is subject to our territorial jurisdiction, and can therefore be prosecuted for breaking our laws, does not make them subject to the complete, political jurisdiction of the U.S. They owe no allegiance to the U.S. government and can’t be drafted into the military if we re-imposed a draft; can’t be forced to serve on a jury; don’t have all of the same obligations, responsibilities, and rights that citizens do.
               But Andy doubts that the president can change this through an executive order. The “issue is not just what jurisdiction was understood to mean in 1868 when the 14th Amendment was adopted, but what it meant in 1952, when the statute defining U.S. citizenship was enacted,” he writes. That is a cogent observation.
               But, in fact, the legislative history of the INA does not reflect that Congress had a different understanding of “jurisdiction” in 1952. There is almost no discussion of this provision in the congressional record.
               One of the only lengthy discussions (but not about the jurisdiction requirement) is by Joseph Rider Farrington, who was the Territory of Hawaii’s delegate in the U.S. House of Representatives. He complained about the restrictive immigration measures at the time that didn’t allow permanent, resident aliens from Asian countries who were the parents of American citizens born in Hawaii to apply for citizenship.
               This discussion by Farrington does not add any more to this debate than the 1898 holding in U.S. v. Wong Kim Ark, which stands only for the very narrow proposition that the U.S.-born children of lawful permanent resident aliens are U.S. citizens. It says nothing about the U.S.-born children of illegal aliens or aliens who are here temporarily like tourists.
               There is nothing in the congressional record of the passage of what became 8 U.S.C. §1401(a) that indicates that members of Congress had any different understanding or intent with regard to the citizenship requirement of being “subject to the jurisdiction” of the U.S.
               In fact, at one point in the debate in the House of Representatives on April 23, 1952, Rep. Thomas A. Jenkins, R-Ohio, asked Rep. Louis E. Graham, R.-Pa., whether the bill changes any of the “legal definitions that have from practice become practically a part of the law” on immigration and naturalization. Graham’s answer? The Immigration and Nationality Act “restates the former definitions in accordance with existing law and the most recent decision of the Supreme Court of the United States.” So no change in the definition of “jurisdiction.”
               Andy correctly says that a president cannot “unilaterally change an understanding of the law that has been in effect for decades under a duly enacted federal law.” But that assumes the “understanding” is the correct one. If that understanding actually violates the plain text and intent of the law, the president as the chief law enforcement officer can, and indeed has an obligation, to direct the federal government to begin applying and enforcing it correctly.
               That is the key issue here — Section 301 of the INA and the citizenship clause of the 14th Amendment have been incorrectly enforced in violation of their terms.
               There is no question that if President Donald Trump issues an executive order directing federal agencies to apply federal law according to what Andy, I, and others believe is the correct interpretation, that the government will be sued.
               This issue, whether the U.S.-born children of aliens who are only here temporarily as tourists or students or who are in this country illegally are citizens, has never been directly addressed by the U.S. Supreme Court. Perhaps it is time this question was answered.

~The Patriot Post  

https://patriotpost.us/opinion/59268?mailing_id=3839&utm_medium...

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Comment by Rudy Tirre on November 8, 2018 at 8:36am

Bonnie

The real problem now is congress. Which has always been. scumbag-shiff will try to impeach the pres with some help from his dems who have now been given authority to do so. But this impeachment will fail big time. Then in 2020 all those in leadership will be gone and that is a good thing.

Our education system is in trouble and it has been for a long time. If we continue to pay thru our taxes for education then we do have the legal right to change it. Get some of our leadership involved. As parents we rise them and make sure they are educated properly. If not its our false if we don't take actions.

Comment by Bonnie Somer on November 8, 2018 at 6:17am

i say we won and lost in the mid terms many hate the pres and are so stupid they do not even probably know why

the schools are a real problem  THEY TEACH NOTHING ABOUT THE REAL CONSTITUTION OR THE REAL HISTORY OF AMERICA WHY THE 2ND AMENDMENT WAS PUT IN TO THE CONSTITUTION; WHY CAPITALISM IS GOOD   THAT IS A HUGE PROBLEM AND HAS TO CHANGE.

TIME TO TEACH OUR KIDS OURSELVES.    

AS FOR IMMIGRATION:   LK AT CA AND O/STATES TAKING IN HUGE AMTS OF ILLEGALS AND LETTING THEM VOTE THAT IS REAL ELECTION MEDDLING.

THEY WANT TO CHANGE TX AND FL AND O/ RED STATES ANY WAY THEY CAN   WE MUST NEVER ALLOW ILLEGALS TO CHANGE THE COUNTRY AND VOTE SO AS TO ELECT DEMS FOR THE NEXT 200 YRS GOD HELP US WE WOULD BE AT WAR FOR SURE THEN.  

THE WALL; HAS TO BE BUILT LOTS OF LUCK NOW.   THE PRES IS GOING TO HAVE TO GET SOMETHING FOR THE MONEY FOR THE WALL PELOSI WILL SURELY TRY TO BLOCK THAT ONE.   

we cannot sit now the fight is not ending anytime soon.  DEMS CONTROL MAJOR COMMITTEES THAT IS A REAL PROBLEM.   

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TOTAL BULLSHIT!: FBI Arrests Leader Of Militia Group Stopping Illegal Aliens In New Mexico

The FBI on Saturday arrested Larry Hopkins, the leader of the militia group that is stopping ‘asylum seekers’ after they illegally cross over the US border into New Mexico.

Hopkins was arrested shortly after the anti-American ACLU accused the militia group of kidnapping and illegally detaining the aliens.

Reuters reported:

Hopkins, 69, also known as Johnny Horton, was arrested in Sunland Park, New Mexico, on a federal complaint charging him with being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said in a statement.

“We’re not worried about it, he’s going to be cleared,” said Jim Benvie, a spokesman for the United Constitutional Patriots (UCP), blaming his arrest on political pressure from Lujan Grisham.

Hopkins is the “national commander” of the UCP, which has had around half a dozen members camped out on a rotating basis near Sunland Park since late February.

More than 300 ‘asylum seekers’ trying to illegally cross the US border this weekend surrendered to an armed militia of New Mexico citizens comprised of ex-cops and veterans.

This is what happens when the US government doesn’t even uphold its most basic commitment to the American people, to secure the borders from invaders.

The militia then handed over the detained aliens to US border patrol.

The militia immediately came under attack — PayPal and GoFundMe banned the group of armed citizens from being able to raise money.

In a statement to BuzzFeed, PayPal claimed that the group violated their “Acceptable Use Policy.”

“The account associated with United Constitutional Patriots has been closed due to a violation of our Acceptable Use Policy,” the spokesperson told BuzzFeed News. “We do not allow PayPal services to be used to promote hate, violence, or other forms of intolerance that is discriminatory.”

Mark Cheney, who identified himself to BuzzFeed as the “commander” of the militia, said that the bans have “killed” their efforts.

“They killed us,” Cheney said. “I have to find some other way for people to donate.”

There is a crisis at the US-Mexico border and the Democrats and activist judges are fighting President Trump at every turn.

In March alone, over 100,000 illegal aliens were detained by US border patrol.

According to reports, over 1.5 million illegal aliens will enter the United States in 2019 if the surge continues at the current rate.

Instead of arresting the illegal alien invaders, the FBI arrests an American man who is defending the borders. Let that sink in.

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