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Name: Miles Archer
Gender: Male
Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
Number of posts: 5,839

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Apparently, lil' Beauregard the Angry Elf is neither a fan of weed nor the 50th effing STATE.


Attorney General Jeff Sessions, chief lawyer of the United States government, continued the Trump administration’s relentless attacks on the judicial branch, insisting he’s “amazed that a judge sitting on an island in the Pacific” has the Constitutional authority to block Donald Trump’s travel ban.

Sessions was referring to a federal judge in Hawaii, who last month issued a nationwide restraining order against Trump’s immigration ban, which blocked travel from six countries and indefinitely suspended the admission of Syrian refugees.

“We’ve got cases moving in the very, very liberal Ninth Circuit, who, they’ve been hostile to the order,” AG Sessions said, according to CNN’s KFILE. “We won a case in Virginia recently that was a nicely-written order that just demolished, I thought, all the arguments that some of the other people have been making.”

“We are confident that the President will prevail on appeal and particularly in the Supreme Court, if not the Ninth Circuit,” he continued. “So this is a huge matter. I really am amazed that a judge sitting on an island in the Pacific can issue an order that stops the President of the United States from what appears to be clearly his statutory and Constitutional power.

Pahrump (Nevada) TV station heads to WalMart to ask the locals how Trump is doing

Failing NYT, big lie, NE Patriots...Commander-In-Chief has his tiny hands full with top issues.


BWAHAHA! "THE Factor."

Will it be "The Carlson Factor" on Monday?

Palin, Nugent and Kid Rock in the Oval Orifice. Ain't that America? No, not my America.


Mark Meadows pimps "higher premiums to people with pre-existing conditions" in TrumpCare II

Some Republicans Think They May Have A Health Care Deal
The reality is they may be even further away from an Obamacare replacement than before.
By Matt Fuller , Jonathan Cohn


WASHINGTON ― GOP moderates and conservatives are nearing a deal on health care that in theory could get the Republican alternative to the Affordable Care Act out of the House and over to the Senate. The changes also might move Republicans even further away from passage ― no one really knows.

The deal, brokered between House Freedom Caucus chairman Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) and Tuesday Group co-chairman Tom MacArthur (R-N.J.), would allow states to get waivers eliminating the so-called community rating provision ― the rule that prohibits insurers from charging higher premiums to people with pre-existing conditions. In order to obtain the waiver, states would have to participate in a federal high-risk pool or establish their own, and satisfy some other conditions.

In exchange for that conservative concession, the amendment would reinstate the Essential Health Benefits that were already taken out of the bill ― though, again, states could waive those provisions as well if they were able to show that doing so would lower premiums, increase the number of people insured, or “advance another benefit to the public interest in the state.”

That’s according to a white paper describing the amendment, which is the result of weeks of negotiation between Meadows and MacArthur. While they have both agreed to the amendment, supposedly representing a number of conservatives and moderates respectively, the amendment is still being reviewed by the Senate and House GOP leadership.

Bill is "disheartened" after leaving Fox over "completely unfounded claims" #CheerUpHaveATicTac


"Best, Rupert Lachlan & James"



The NEW SHINING STAR in the FOX GALAXY is a man Jon Stewart once called an "dick."

Bill O’Reilly will no longer be employed at Fox News, the network’s parent company 21st Century Fox said in a statement Wednesday. The decision comes after allegations of him sexually harassing female colleagues prompted protests outside network headquarters and a mass exodus from advertisers.

“After a thorough and careful review of the allegations, the Company and Bill O’Reilly have agreed that Bill O’Reilly will not be returning to the Fox New Channel,” the statement read.

O’Reilly had said mid-April that he was taking a vacation. The official departure from Fox is an unceremonious end for the host, who had anchored the top-rated cable news show “The O’Reilly Factor” since its inception more than 20 years ago. His stunning exit mirrors that of former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, who launched Fox News in 1996 and abruptly left the network last summer amid widespread sexual harassment allegations.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson will take over O’Reilly’s 8 p.m. time slot next Monday, Fox confirmed. “The O’Reilly Factor” will continue this week with guest hosts Dana Perino on Wednesday and Thursday, and Greg Gutfeld on Friday.


I'm still seeing "sources are saying" on O'Reilly. WSJ and NY Mag, yes, but still "sources."

"People close to the situation" and "sources" cited in both articles.

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