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Woo hoo! After the fall of their capital Raqqa, ISIS is pretty much defeated. Assistance from Obama and Trump helped. but Muslims did the great majority of on-the-ground fighting.
President Trump takes credit for the defeat of ISIS. *Sigh* Okay, if we were to use World War II analogies and consider the fall of Mosul in 2014 as Pearl Harbor, then when the Trump Administration took office, Allied troops had won the Battle of Normandy and were taking France. Soviet troops had won the Battle of Kursk and were well on the way to Berlin, and the Japanese Navy had lost the Battle of Guadalcanal and the US Navy was well on its way to Tokyo. Yes, the Trump Administration was not completely irrelevant, but all they did was to follow the Obama plan.
Newest Travel Ban Has ‘Same Maladies’ As Previous Version"
For example, Iraq failed to meet the security benchmark but was omitted from the ban. Somalia met the information-sharing benchmark but was included.
And BTW, there have been no attacks from any of the banned countries since the first ban was initiated. What no one appears to be able to satisfactorily explain is why Chad ever made it onto the list of banned countries.
President Trump says:
Representative Trey Gowdy (R-SC) tried
very hard to make a public
impression of a hard-nosed, hard-charging former prosecutor
didn't easily let guilty politicians off the hook when he went after
Hillary Clinton and her emails. Gowdy has asked the Trump White House
about email use by various people including Trump's son-in-law Jared
Kushner and the White House has said effectively "eff you."
So what will Gowdy do now?
Attack in Niger leaves three US Green Berets dead and two others injured.
President Trump, after a very lengthy silence on Niger attack, makes an astonishingly clumsy, thoughtless and careless condolence call to one of the widows.
President claims to have proof that he didn't make an astonishingly insensitive statement concerning a dead Army Sargeant, but we remember that Trump made the same claim concerning a conversation with former FBI director James Comey and that turned out to be a lie.
Mother of widow confirms Trump's "disrespect" of fallen soldier.
Touching twittter story about getting a puppy from Iraq to the US and responsibility and professionalism.
Here's the problem with having an unregulated, un-mediated window into the mind of an erratic, impulsive chief executive like President Trump. Not only do we get a window into what he thinks, but we get an insight into the what subjects he's NOT giving any thought to. And the latter list is a pretty lengthy one.
Back in 1996, engineers estimated it would cost $400 million to fix problems in Houston that were making flooding much more serious than it had to be. What does it cost to fix hurricane damage in Houston today? Eh, a mere $180 billion.
As raging wildfires devour the lives, homes and dreams of Californians in an unprecedented scale, one voice has been conspicuously mute through day after day of crisis: President Trump.
One of the many tweets put out by the President since the California wildfires began was “Nobody could have done what I’ve done for Puerto Rico with so little appreciation.” The appreciation of US citizens would be a whole lot greater if the guy would do his job. That is, his whole job and not just the parts he finds agreeable!
It was clear to me that, as a presidential candidate, Donald Trump's criticisms of the Iran agreement were very vague, fuzzy and non-specific. The blogger presents an excerpt from a Fox News interview that shows that the President really has no idea what the agreement contains.
Since the beginning of Trump’s political career, there are all kinds of examples of him condemning the Iran deal, but there are literally no examples of him accurately describing what the policy is, what it does, what it includes, or what would happen if he kills it.Should President Trump talk with people like Sean Hannity and John Bolton about Iran and nuclear weapons? Sure. One never knows where one will get good advice from. But the real question here is should the president depend exclusively on people like Hannity and Bolton? There I have to come down squarely on "No!" A decision this important requires listening to all viewpoints and making a carefully reasoned decision.
Can a president rely on his "gut"? The younger George Bush did that quite a bit and I think his gut was about the worst decision-maker I ever saw.
Heh! You know the war against weed is going poorly when a governor has to make up a completely fictitious reason to keep waging it. “Kentucky governor says he’ll never legalize marijuana because of the ‘overdoses'”
Regardless of potential legal problems with the ACA/Obamacare, there are appropriate and there are wildly irresponsible and inappropriate ways of dealing with those problems. The Trump Administration has obviously chosen to take the hastiest and most destructive route possible.
A corporation has a "religious
be damned, Betsy DeVos loves her some online charter schools”
FEMA says it's the responsibility of the mayors of towns
in Perto Rico to get
food, water and other supplies to residents. Okay,
but do the mayors
have the trucks, fuel and communications necessary to do that? Also,
residents are being asked to do lots and lots of bureaucratic paperwork
before they get assistance.
A Twitter user posts a picture of a sheet telling residentsof a town in Puerto Rico who need assistance to phone or email for that assistance. The island doesn't have phone service or the internet as all of the electricity is knocked out.
On the wildfires
Yeah, Harvey Weinstein is guilty of terrible things and Clinton and Obama should probably have spoken up earlier, but seriously, members of the Trump Administration are tossing stones from a glass house here! They have no business trying to put on airs and to act all holier-than-thou here
Whuuh!?!?!?! Rush Limbaugh, taking the correct, First Amendment-friendly position on football players kneeling?!?!?! I'm pleasantly shocked and surprised.
Soviet leader Nikita Khruschev’s granddaughter notes that President Trump's attacks on our media today remind her of Joseph Stalin's attacks on the media in his day.
“Here, President Trump defined ‘fake news’ the way Joseph Stalin defined ‘enemies of the people’: if they offer a slightest objection to his rule they must be wrong,” Kruscheva told the Washington Examiner. “And they must be silenced.”.
Two months ago, the President declared opioids to be a crisis. But nothing's been done since then. Opioid policy is at a complete standstill. I would suggest that the proposed policy is causing a lot of confusion and indecision. When Ronald Reagan became president, he said that the fiscal deficit was the nation's biggest domestic problem. That's been the word for the Republican Party ever since. But there's a very well-understood way to fight the opioid epidemic and that involves spending a lot of money. But the party wants to pass big tax cuts for the rich (they're calling it "tax reform"). The result is that no one in Congress or the presidency really wants to do anything about opioids.
Ah, here we go! The story-behind-the-story as to why Secretary of State Tillerson called President Trump a "f***ing moron" and yes, it does indeed make Trump sound like a complete and utter idiot.
Hackers from DEFCON found it very easy to hack voting systems. Fortunately, they're helping to fix the problem.
After oil, coffee is second-most traded commodity in the world. Climate change puts coffee at great risk.
Film producer Harvey Weinstein found to be a serial sexual harasser. He was a straight-up rapist along with using blackmail and pressuring Hollywood women to have sex with him. He was also very litigious towards those who wanted to make accusations.
Jones: "I mean, there’s some truth to, hey you know
what you’re getting into when you go to Hollywood."
Representative Marsha Blackburn includes in her campaign video (She's running to become a Senator) the statement: “I fought Planned Parenthood and we stopped the sale of baby body parts. Thank God.” Twitter ruled that the statement could not be used because it was inflammatory. They later reversed themselves. But what what was obvious from the very first day that the video from the Center for Medical Progress aired was that the statement was an unmitigated, flat-out lie. Years of investigations showed that no "baby body parts" were ever sold, by anybody, to anybody. Apparently, Twitter does not make decisions based on truthfulness.
Got this link from comments to a tweet. Kind of amazing how many diplomatic positions are still unconfirmed or where no nomination has even been made. If a certain president were to spend less time on the golf course and more time working, there might not be so many empty spots.
Survey of President Trump's obsession with IQ scores. Interesting that for an alleged intellectual giant, he spelled Jon Stewart's first name correctly on 8 May 2013 (though he put a question mark after Stewart) but spelled it "John" on 22 May 2013. Yep, real intellectual powerhouse there!
"The Mad King & His Criminal Enablers" Status on Puerto Rican recovery.
Comedian John Oliver looks at Confederate monuments and how we might deal with them.
response to Senator Meadows' criticisms.
Dove Soap puts
out an ad
where a black woman uses it and then magically turns into a white
woman. The way to head off debacles like this is to get some ethnic
diversity in the team that approves and produces ads.
leaves Colts game after protest during anthem"
Very, very interesting that a white nationalist demonstration took place just the night before and neither the POTUS nor the VPOTUS had anything to say about it.
this a problem?
"The de facto head of President Donald Trump’s voter fraud commission
[Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach] drafted a proposal for the
administration to amend the National Voter Registration Act with a
proof of citizenship requirement to join the rolls..."
Keith Olbermann examines President Trump's disdain for Puerto Rico.
Gotta say, I have no faith whatsoever in Senator Cotton’s military analysis of the situation with Iran. I think he’s being hugely over-optimistic about not having to fight an enormous conventional conflict in that country. It’s good that Cotton doesn’t want to simply throw out our nuclear agreement with Iran. His preference is to go back to the negotiating table and to obtain a “better deal” ("better" would be entirely from the perspective of the US, of course). But Iran has no reason whatsoever to renegotiate anything. They’re happy with the deal as is. If the US decides to pull out of the deal, the onus for breaking it will be entirely on us. And of course, if the US proves to be a faithless negotiating partner, that impacts how seriously North Korea will take anything we say.
Filibuster Rule Is A ‘Death Sentence’ For Republicans"
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was very skeptical of the US when negotiations began under Obama, charging that the US would drag in unrelated issues to try and toss a monkey-wrench into the deal. Nobody's mocking Khamenei now as that's exactly wha Trump is now doing
Good thing the Mueller investigation continues! Yeah, this Trump dossier was unverified, but the reporting it did continues to have been pretty solid.
Republican donors are making it very clear that they're upset at not getting their money's worth from the the GOP Congress and the Trump Administration. And yes, I agree with the blogger that, hey now "Let’s not insult honest sex workers" when talking about Congress.
Our former FLOTUS Michelle Obama points out that,
Republicans may be a bit unsympathetic towards women and people of
color because, y'know, they're usually "all men, all
UN Ambassador Nikki "Haley tries, fails to explain UN vote against rebuking use of death penalty to target LGBTQ people" Major problem with Haley's explanation was that she claimed the death penalty was being condemned wholesale, for all cases of all types. No, this concerned the death penalty for being gay. Period. The ensuing lies and confusion proceeded from that false premise.
Presiden Trump suggests wiping out Puerto Rico's debt? Sounds
like a winner to me! Of
course, if I were in charge, I'd do something like take over PR's
debt payments for a few years or bargain down creditors to take a
"haircut" on repayment (creditors would have to settle for so
many dimes on the dollar) or
something else that wouldn't just wipe out creditors. But yeah, this
is a good way to begin the conversation!
Asked GOP Senators What Congress Can Do To Prevent Mass Shootings”
One telling question was "Any laws he broke, any loopholes and laws he
took advantage of?"
Passes An Abortion Ban After Letting Children’s Health Program Expire"
Subtitle to piece: "The White House said the move will 'facilitate a
culture of life.'” *Sigh* Truly difficult to parody or make fun of such
Big rate hikes happening to the ACA/Obamacare. This has everything to do with Republican sabotage and attempts to repeal it and nothing to do with the shape the program was in during January of this year.
So former Sheriff David Clarke, who served four terms as Milwaukee’s top law enforcement official and was the go-to guy for commentary on law enforcement issues for Fox News, is asked what we can do about events like the massacre that just occurred in Las Vegas. He shrugged his shoulders and wondered why people even ask. In other words, pro-gun conservatives don't have anything even vaguely resembling an answer.
White House decides that national unity after the Las Vegas shooting is best served by a focus on ... abortion?!?!?!
The singer Tom Petty died last night (Oct 2). His death
was announced a few hours
before he actually passed, so there was a lot of confusion, but it
was clear from the descriptions of his condition that he wouldn't
survive for long.
Awww! Laura Ingraham steps all over Sean Hannity's boyish fantasy of being the hero that saves the day. Yeah, these heroes who step in and stop the bad guy do occasionally appear, but they're always off-duty police and never free-lance heroes who just happen to be armed and on the scene.
The shooter wasn't in a steel-reinforced concrete bunker, but as far as people with pistols shooting back from the ground were concerned, he might as well have been. Pictures starting at about the 3:20 mark.He was several hundred yards away and a few hundred feet up in the air and no one wanted to strike any of th surrounding rooms. Maybe a professional sniper, properly armed could have successfuly shot back.
In December of last year, the Obama Administration finalized a rule that would have prevented 75,000 people from buying guns (People who couldn't handle their own financial affairs, for example). In February, the Republican House and Senate passed a bill repealing the Obama rule and the Republican President signed it. #complicit
quite some time, the mantra of the NRA has been: "The
only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is with a good guy with a
Dana Perino of Fox
Very good piece on the Puerto Rico issue. Severe dereliction of duty on the President's part.
Horrors! Shooting in Las Vegas leaves at least 50 dead.
"Thoughts and prayers" tweets from Congresspeople & Senators who voted against the 2013 Assault Weapons Ban. Also, President makes brief speech. In both cases, no policy solutions are offered. Since Newtown, CT, there have been many solutions available, but none have been enacted into legislation.
And remember, it's never the correct or proper or appropriate time to talk about solutions to mass killings.
President Trump is correct when he says that three presidents prior to him didn't manage to find a permanent solution to North Korea and nuclear weapons. He also appears to be confused by the last several North Korean leaders all having names that started with Kim Jong and seems to think they're all one person. This does not give me the slightest confidence that he has the vaguest clue as to what he's doing!
Puerto Ricans jumping in and doing what they can. No, they aren't just sitting around and waiting for help to arrive.
Ana Navarro is furious at President Trump's attacks on the Mayor of San Juan.
The Kurds have been strong, loyal and militarily effective allies against ISIS, but their vote for independence creates lots of headaches. None of the surrounding countries that contain Kurdish minorities are happy.
Justice Department lawyer Hashim
statement concerning the response to the Puerto Rican crisis:
San Juan has plenty of shipping containers full of needed goods, the problem now is getting them from the capital city to where they're needed. But yeah, the President is confirmig the worst, most pessimistic fears of his critics. He's completely unfit for office.
Rally for Puerto Rico and observance of 250th day of Trump Administration.
The Mayor of Puerto Rico's capital, San Juan, wonders where this "good news" is that a bureaucrat is talking about. President Trump is, of course, less than pleased about being criticized over his failure to do his job.
President Trump complains that the Mayor of San Juan is demonstrating poor leadership. Joe Scarborough responds: “Poor leadership would be hiding at a country club golfing while fellow Americans are suffering and dying. She's not doing that. You are."
President Trump wants
to use small nuclear plants to restore
Puerto Rico's power grid. Not a bad idea (Except for the time
involved, of course), but he appears to be fuzzy on the deatils.
“Wouldn’t it make abundant good sense if we had small modular reactors that literally you could put in the back of C-17 [military cargo] aircraft, transport it to an area like Puerto Rico, and push it out the back end, crank it up, and plug it in?”
Erm, the plants weigh about 650 tons, showing yet again how in touch he is with his own proposals.
Kurds in Iraq vote overwhelmingly to establish a separate state. Iraq not at all pleased by that. This is kind of a touchy situation because there are Kurds in Iran, Turkey and Syria, so none of those states want to see Kurdish independence.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price draws a rather, erm, shall we say, interesting distinction here. He spent at least $400,000 of taxpayer money on chartered flights, but wants to cover only "his seat," which he calculates at just a little over $50,000. The problem is that a chartered flight is one that wasn't scheduled to go to a destination. It's a plane that was just going to sit in hangar until you chartered it and you then directed it to go to a destination.
Price gets booted out. The whole incident points to extremely sloppy supervision and oversight on the part of the Trump Administration. Reporters are finding new travel abuses as we speak.
Price claims that he got approval for all of his flights. Very clearly, the Trump Administration had an utterly worthles travel approval process where bureaucrats just rubber-stamp every request.
So what do the deficit hawks have to say about the
Republican plan to slash taxes for the wealthy? Crickets,
of course. Yep, as usual. Deficits are awful under
Under Republican ones? Eh. Somehow those "iron laws" of
fiscal discipline become fuzzy and irrelevant.
Good! The Jones Act stated that all seaborne transportation has to be American-flagged. This was preventing much-needed supplies from reachng Puerto Rico. Still more to be done, but a very good beginning.
Media gives President Trump's statements on his tax plan a pass, uncritically repeating his statements without noting that the pressure to move on to taxes is coming from major campaign donors. Obviously, campaign contributors aren't concerned about how taxes affect common people, so the media should always keep the motivations of those who are pushing the tax issue in mind.
Reporter asks President why Sudan was removed from the travel ban. President really doesn't appear to have a clue.
Senator Lindsey Graham admits
hae had no clue as to what he was doing when he served as the
point person for the latest attempt to repeal/replace the ACA/Obamacare.
One quick item to remember about the proposed tax breaks is that 65% of the people oppose cutting taxes for rich people.
Wow! The statement of a whacked-out, raging fanatic. "[Trump] has done such a tremendous job with virtually no help." You know why he's received no help? He has deliberately and consciously alienated people. In his very first statement to the assembled VIPs of government, he talked about the "millions" of illegally-cast votes that Clinton received and that's why didn't win the popular vote. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told him he wasn't going to get anywhere by openly mixing fantasy with reality. He didn't appreciate her comment. That's why he doesn't get much help!
When policemen kill unarmed black civilians,and football players kneel during the anthem in response, it's Rush Limbaugh who's the real victim here. Problem is, sports figures are just supposed to be TV characters, they're not supposed to be real people with real issues.
Extremely happy to see that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is faring so poorly and that's not just schadenfreude. His plan was to spend years and years blocking and obstructing, after which he was going to become a successful Majority Leader who was going to pass all sorts of good legislation. Had the second part of his agenda been successful (The first part was undeniably very successful), many people were prepared to copy his obstructionist tactics. I would love to see McConnell forcibly retired from his position in disgrace!
Trevor Noah was on fire here with a really good show on our President and race relations. The Katy Tur interview is well worth watching, but the first two segments are really good.
It's a really wonderful and marvelous thing that all five living former presidents are united in calling for aid to Puerto Rico, which really, desperately needs aid immediately. The current POTUS and the House and Senate? Taking away health care plans from tens of millions and giving more tax cuts to the wealthy are their priorities! The term for that is moral bankruptcy.
Puerto Rico could be a serious showcase for wind and solar energy but Congress has to drop its obsession with the ACA/Obamacare and needs to forgive Puerto Rico its $70 billion debt.
Even if we presume, as the newsperson here suggests, that Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) is correct about the flaws and problems with the ACA/Obamacare, that still leaves unanswered the question: "How is the Graham-Cassidy bill any sort of improvement over the ACA?"
On the one hand, we (quite justifiably) beat up on the President for ignoring Puerto Rico at a time when the American territory really desperately needs help. On the other hand, the press doesn't really seem to give a damn any more than the political leadership of the country does.
used private email to conduct White House business"
Can Do Free Speech On Their Own Time': Mnuchin Lashes Out At
Players Who Take A Knee For Anthem"
Russian cyber-attacks on election systems in 2016 mainly consisted of reconnaissance missions, hackers trying to determine where the weak spots were. States are wondering though, why they're just now getting informed of these attacks.
If campaign donors are demanding that the ACA/Obamacare be dismantled so as to make it easier to get tax cuts, then that sounds to me like a really, really seriously good argument for campaign finance reform. If politicians are pushing for a bill that the entire medical profession opposes strictly because campaign donors are demanding it, that sounds an awful lot like a seriously broken system
What's interesting about President Trump's speech here is to see that, once again (as has been clear for several months), he has absolutely no clue as to what's actually in the bill he's promoting. Therefore, he can't fathom why anyone would oppose it.
NSFW (Not Safe For Work) summary of President's speech. Seriously, if drug sugglers are going to toss drugs over the wall, they're not going to toss five to ten pound bags by hand. It's far more likely they'd use bags that were 100 pounds or over and they'd use a catapault. Whether the wall was transparent or not, you'd never see it coming and if it hit you, you woudn't survive it.
Fox News host Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery suggests that charity can make up for the deficiencies in the Grahan-Cassidy bill. It was in the 1700s that people began thinking that charity really wasn't enough and was insufficient by itself to solve health problems. So hey, she's only about 300 years off!
Lou Dobbs says: President Trump is "possibly the strongest individual to serve in the Oval Office in my lifetime" and that he has "established himself as the leader of this nation." Hmm. Well,if you read the first few paragraphs here, it's very clear that, as Jimmy Kimmel said "At this point [Trump] would sign anything if it meant getting rid of ObamaCare. He’d sign copies of the Koran at the Barnes and Noble in Fallujah, if it meant he could get rid of ObamaCare.” I'm just not sure what definition of "strength" covers such utter and absolute desperation to repeal something that regular people all over the US are fighting very hard to keep.
Very cool! The current FLOTUS could very easily have had Michelle Obama's White House garden dismantled or could have just ignored it and allowed it to fall into disrepair. Melania Trump put on some jeans and a flannel shirt, invited some young people over and spent a few hours in the garden.
White House has
questions about the new replacement bill for the
So Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price appears to have used private jets for government business when cheaper commercial flights were most likely available. Normally, politicians accused of such things can lean on their reputations for straight dealing and selfless service. Kind of a problem with that is that Price has no such record to fall back on.
Hard to take issue with
any of this:
Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel claimed that
Cassidy (R-LA) was misrepresenting his own bill. Politico refereed.
out Kimmel and his crew were making completely accurate charges
and the Senator wasn't being at all truthful.
Computers are great. I use 'em all the time. But for balloting, we can never have an all-digital system. Paper must be part of the picture! Computers can only be a side feature.
Asked why it's necessary to replace the ACA/Obamacare,
nine Republican Senators come
up with some, erm, ah, interesting answers.
Senator Inhofe's idea that "as a general rule the states do things
better than the federal government does [things]" and that transferring
health care to the states will cause efficiencies that will make up for
federal cuts seems very highly questionable. I'm not really sure that's
the case at all. Senator Cruz likes the idea of "consumer freedom,"
Senator Bill Cassidy just can't help lying about his horrible, vicious health plan. He says it's designed to be better than the ACA/Obamacare, but no one who has crunched the numbers on it agrees. Does the bill cover pre-existing conditions as Cassidy claims it does? Not really. States are permitted to charge higher premiums for those people, meaning sure, people can get coverage, but they'll somehow have to come up with the money for ruinously higher premiums.
Ahh, so that's what's been going on with former Sheriff David Clarke lately. He was caught plagiarising his 2013 thesis. Kind of stupid in that he stole from the "9/11 Commission Report" and the younger George Bush's "Decision Points," neither of which is an obscure source.
blocks woman with stage 4 cancer on Twitter after she
criticized his latest health care plan."
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