There seem to be striking similarities between the soon-to-be-evicted former dictator-wanna-be and the common garden variety welfare hustlers. I had a friend who owned a number of rental properties and it was always the same thing. Rent to Section 8 types, they move in, pay rent for a month or two, then stop paying. They know it can take 5-6 months to be physically evicted from the property, so they leave to find another victim rent free somewhere else. My friend said before they leave they plug the toilets, punch holes in the walls, slash screens, and tear kitchen cabinets down. There was always far more damage than whatever security deposit they paid would cover.
It seems Obama is behaving in much the same manner. Before he’s forced out of government housing he’s going to cause as much damage as possible. The Clintonista juveniles wrecked the White House, down to taking the “W” keys off all the keyboards. Obama has committed such scurrilous acts as closing off oil exploration, releasing more Gitmo criminals, and dumping billions more in crushing regulations. And he still has nearly a month to cause more chaos.
Obama Bows To CAIR’s Demands, Dumps Post-9/11 Immigration Registration System For Men From Islamic Countries
Another parting gift from the worst president in American history.
The decision to scrap the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System comes amid growing international terror fears and President-elect Donald Trump’s suggestions that he could ban Muslim immigrants from the United States.
EPA Employees Not ‘Intentionally’ Breaking Law By Deleting Official Texts, IG Claims
Multiple federal laws and regulations require that officials preserve all documents — including email and text messages — created in the course of conducting official business of the U.S. government.
“Out of the 3.1 million text messages analyzed by the IG, only 86 of the text messages were logged into the enterprise system at EPA as a federal record.
“This vast deficit is astonishing, and further discredits the claim made by EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy that only one out of her 5,000 text messages was an official record according to EPA.
Austin Mayor, Feds Colluded as Texas Gov. Sued to Keep Syrian Refugees Out
The White House looked to Austin Mayor Steve Adler, going around the governor to confer with a city leader who espoused the controversial Syrian resettlements, the records show. Shortly after Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that the state wouldn’t accept any more Syrian refugees, the administration responded by colluding with Adler, according to records of a conference call between the mayor’s office and the White House. The administration also furnished Adler with “talking points” involving the refugee resettlement and the parties discussed Abbott’s lawsuit. It seems bizarre that the feds would discuss legal action with a town mayor operating in the state suing them.
‘We got too small, too fast’: Air Force chief warns America desperately needs 30,000 more active-service duty members
Air Force needs to grow from 317,00 active duty members to 350,000, chief says
General David Goldfein warns that the planned growth to 321,000 isn’t enough
It would take five-to-six years and an additional $3 billion to reach that level
Electoral College Follies
Meet the Chinese Billionaire Who’s Moving Manufacturing to the U.S. to Cut Costs
Overall speaking, the tax burden for manufacturers in China is 35% higher than in the U.S., Cao Dewang told China Business Networkin an interview. He added that a combination of cheap land, reasonable energy prices and other incentives means that, despite higher manufacturing costs, he can still make more money by making glass in the U.S. than by exporting Chinese-made panes to the U.S. market.
The glass maker is re-purposing the town’s former General Motors assembly that had been standing empty since late 2008, as the Dayton Daily News reports.
According to Ohio TV station WDTN, the plant now employs a workforce of almost 2,000, and Cao expects that the fully operational facility will employ up to 3,000 workers
Report: Illinois Loses More Residents than Any Other State for Third Year in a Row
IF MOVING WERE POSSIBLE I’D SURE BE ONE
Illinois lost 37,508 people in 2016, putting its population at 12,801,539 — its lowest level since 2009, the Chicago Tribune reported.
Illinois’ population first started to go down in 2014, when the state lost 11,961 people. The state lost even more people the following year: 28,497 people.
The Tribune surveyed several people who left Illinois in the past five years, and all respondents offered different reasons why they left.
Some of those reasons included high taxes, the state budget stalemate, crime, the unemployment rate, and the weather.