Daily Archives: March 12, 2018

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2016 Hillary meets Obama Legacy car crash toon

Democrats have just pledged to repeal the president’s popular tax cuts if they win this fall? Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) rightly declared the plan a “nonstarter” and the White House concurred. “Only tone-deaf Democrats could think the proper response to the booming Trump economy, higher wages and hard-working Americans keeping more of their own money is to reverse the policies that got us here.”

Unions have been seen as the foundation of Democrat election victories for decades. But that could now be changing due to the popularity of Trump’s tariff proposals with the major unions. During a Thursday interview with the decidedly anti-Trump MSNBC network, the president of United Steelworkers had shockingly positive words to say about Trump and his tariff plan. “We’ve been trying to get Democrats to this for more than 30 years.”

2018_03 01 Obama Library by Terrell

Since President Trump’s election, the left has morphed into a bizarre mixture of fascist groups “against fascism,” free speech groups that fanatically shut-down speech with which they disagree, and pro-illegal immigrant groups that ignore DACA.

Unfunny Kathy Griffin’s career imploded after she posted a photo of herself holding a bloody severed Donald Trump “head.” Now she says she’s going to do it again with Mike Pence.

2018_03 Broward Coward and 911

A concealed-carry license holder in Grand Prairie, Texas stopped a violent crime spree by holding the suspect at gunpoint until police arrived on the scene.

Despite what the mainstream media and LGBT groups have long claimed, the 2016 mass shooter in Orlando had no idea that Pulse was a gay nightclub.

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The fight to preserve our religious liberties is real

Someone on Facebook asked the Tennes family, owners of Country Mill Farms, what they believe about marriage. As Catholics, they said they believe it is a sacred union between one man and one woman.

2018_03 Tennes family

Upon seeing the Tennes’ comment on Facebook, the City of East Lansing decided to ban Country Mill from its Farmer’s Market.

The Alliance Defending Freedom took quick legal action on behalf of the Tennes family. Just two days after hearing their request, a federal judge ordered East Lansing to allow Country Mill to return to the farmer’s market while their civil liberties lawsuit against East Lansing proceeds.

The Alliance Defending Freedom has a strong record of success in defending our religious freedom. But it takes money. Fortunately, a Christian group has pledged to match every dollar ADF raises for the Tennes family’s defense, up to $2 million.

Go here to donate to the Tennes’ defense fund:


The Alliance Defending Freedom, founded in 1994, is a non-profit, civil rights organization with a four out of four star rating from Charity Navigator. The group has been involved in 31 victories before the U.S. Supreme Court, and hundreds more in the lower courts.


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Speaking of false idols

Mama Buzz’s prayer group is doing a Bible study: “What are the false idols in your life?” She’s been sharing her personal insights with us, so that topic is much on my mind. Then, I saw this at Stilton’s. Oy vey!

2018_03 12 Obama doll toon by Stilton

Reaffirming what we already knew about the mainstream media’s fawning worship of all things Obama, former New York Times editor Jill Abramson has revealed that she keeps a Barack Obama doll in her purse to handle during times of stress.

“Some people find this strange,” Abramson admitted in a rare moment of mental clarity, “but you have to take comfort where you find it in Donald Trump’s America.”

In other words, not from reduced taxes, business and consumer optimism, and astounding job growth.


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