JUDICIAL WATCH: July 31, 2019 [1:01] – Judicial Watch just obtained documents that further confirm the corrupt formation of the Mueller special counsel.
TRUMP ECONOMY: In 2018, job openings and new hires reached all time highs and disposable income and employee compensation both showed big increases.
Meanwhile, the Republicans’ tax cuts are bringing capital back into the U.S. Not so long ago, companies viewed the U.S. as a poor choice for headquartering international business operations, because of the high corporate income tax rates in the world. In 2016, U.S. companies held more than $2 trillion offshore. That money is now coming home.
WOMEN FOR TRUMP: Kathy Zhu has been invited to join the WomenforTrump Coalition Advisory Board. Zhu is the University of Michigan student who had her Miss Michigan title stripped because somebody didn’t like her conservative (and factual) tweets.
“It is honestly sad that the left refers to statistics and facts as racist and insensitive,” said Zhu, who stands by her past tweets. “I am very glad that I now have the opportunity to speak out about the unjust treatment of conservatives.”
BORDER: Must watch video – Democrats love to paint the flood of migrants from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador as fleeing violence.
But the murder rate in Baltimore is HIGHER than it is in their home countries.
The Center for Immigration Studies says that, when polled, these same migrants openly admit they aren’t coming here to escape violence, but to make money.
GREEN NEW DEAL: “Significant cost without measurable improvements in CO2” – A conservative estimate puts the cost of the Green New Deal at $60,000 per year per household … in perpetuity.
To put this into perspective, consider that the median household income in 2017 was $61,372. That means that half of all American households have an annual income above that level and half below.
How can Democrats be complaining about poverty in America while simultaneously supporting this ludicrous plan? Besides grabbing power, I mean … since that’s what it’s really about.
Shouldn’t we be talking very seriously about the fact that many genuine climate scientists and historians (as opposed to people like Al Gore, Bill Nye, and AOC) say that fossil fuels and CO2 post no threat to our global climate?
BUSINESS 101: Don’t insult your customer base [1:48] – In January Proctor & Gamble and Gillette decided to run razor ads trashing men, especially white men, for “toxic” masculinity.
- Of the 43 abusive males in the ad, 42 were white.
- Of the 8 hero males in the ad, 7 were black.
All that wokeness did not pay off. In the second quarter, Gillette posted $8 BILLION in losses.
FUND RAISING 101: Don’t piss off your customer base – Libraries that sponsor Drag Queen Story Times (DQST) are suffering from a sharp drop in donations.
At a recent American Library Association national conference, the ALA provided librarians from across the country with strategies for advancing gender identity ideology in schools and finding ways to bring “Drag Queen Story Times” into public libraries despite the objections of local communities.
JUSTICE: A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) against key members of the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks over hacked DNC documents.
The judge said, the defendants “did not participate in any wrongdoing in obtaining the materials in the first place” and therefore bore no legal liability for disseminating the information.
ISLAMIC TERRORISM: Earlier this week the Feds arrested two Somali refugees for conspiring to provide material support to ISIS.
According to court documents the two had joined a gym so they could get strong for beheadings.
One of them told an undercover FBI agent, “I love jihad so much. If I go to Syria I want to be the beheading person…. I want to kill them so many I am thirsty their blood.”
JUDICIARY: The Senate confirmed 13 of President Trump’s judicial picks this week, helping clear the deck ahead of the five-week August recess.
Republicans have placed a premium on confirming Trump’s judicial picks, arguing that they are the best shot at having a long-term impact on the direction of the country.
MUST-READ ARTICLE: Following a two-year pilot program in Duval County, Florida (which includes Jacksonville), the divorce rate dropped a stunning 28%.
HYPOCRISY: “Saving” the planet one luxury vacay at a time – A slew of A-list celebrities have flocked to Sicily, Italy, on private jets and massive yachts to wallow in a 3-day luxury event sponsored by Google.
Attendees pay for their own travel to Sicily, but then Google foots the bill for everything at the opulent Verdura Resort, which reportedly features two golf courses and where rooms start at $903 a night.
According to the Italian press, at least 114 private jets booked into the local airport. Although the resort is an easy one hour drive from Palermo, guests can also arrive via helicopter to the resort’s helipad.
Diane von Furstenberg and media mogul Barry Diller reportedly arrived via their $200 million yacht, while Dreamworks founder David Geffen is said to have given singer Katy Perry and her fiance Orlando Bloom a lift to the event on his $400 million yacht.
A source said the main topic of this year’s “Google Camp” will be Global Warming.
ABORTION: Trump administration bars Title X funds from going to providers that perform or refer for abortions – Planned Parenthood is not the only women’s “health” care provider that has decided that doing abortions is more important to them than collecting government money.
Several independent women’s “health” care centers have made the same decision. Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center, in Colorado, says it will forego the $500,000 a year it’s been getting in Title X funds rather than stop killing first and second trimester babies in the womb.
Two New York City not-for-profit health organizations have also made this decision. One chain is giving up $4.6 million in Title X funding annually while another independent clinic is giving up $700,000 a year.
DARWIN LOSES A FOLLOWER: David Gelernter has publicly renounced his belief in Darwin’s theory, calling it a “beautiful idea” that has been effectively disproven.
Gelernter is a professor of computer science at Yale who is considered a rock star in his field. His 1991 book, Mirror Worlds, correctly predicted the rise of the World Wide Web.
He says his readings and discussions of Darwinian evolution and its competing theories, including intelligent design, have convinced him Darwin had it wrong.