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A Tale of Two Presidents and One Newspaper

By Michael Walsh| December 28, 2017

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before:

The stench of failure hangs over Mr. X’s White House. The people know it, judging by the opinion polls. Corporate titans know it and whisper disenchantment with a fellow conservative. Washington knows it when an Administration official calls the budgeting process ”an unmitigated outrage” and when Mr. X’s closest friend in the Senate pronounces the President ”as very close to set in concrete.”

 Mr. X’s loss of authority only halfway through his term should alarm all Americans. The economic nostrums he brought to office have not had the predicted effect. Only by recognizing his errors will he find better ideas. To rationalize the failure so far, or to blame his predecessors, the media and Congress, is to condemn the nation to two more years of destructive confusion.

 By his own reckoning, Mr. X became President for one basic reason: to restore the morale and power of America. By his own analysis, that meant above all ”the rejuvenation of our economy” so that America could regain industrial strength, put all its people to work and defend its interests around the world. :snip: 

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Turning Off Fakestream Media and Tuning In The Revolution

By Jim ONeill —December 28, 2017

The Fake News refuses to talk about how Big and how Strong our BASE is. They show Fake Polls just like they report Fake News. Despite only negative reporting, we are doing well - nobody is going to beat us. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!—Donald J. Trump, 45th president of the United States 12/24/17

Now for the first time in human history—certainly since the invention of the printing press—we have a chance to bypass this chokehold of propaganda that seems to run civilizations into the ground with depressing regularity.Stephan Molyneux

Do you not think an Angel rides in the Whirlwind and directs this Storm?John Page to Thomas Jefferson, 1776

If you believe in the Declaration of Independence, the US Constitution, free speech, higher wages, less taxes, and America, then you are a Trumpian revolutionary my friend, like it or not, believe it or not.

Why are we revolutionaries? Because when We the People stand in opposition to the status quo, the elites, the Establishment, the globalists, then by our very existence we are revolutionaries. :snip: 

They push “fake news"24/7. They are blatantly and unremittingly anti-Trump, which is to say that they are anti-We the People, for we are the ones who elected our “messenger.”  :snip:   http://canadafreepress.com/article/turning-off-fakestream-media-and-tuning-in-the-revolution

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December 28, 2017

Stage four of Trump Derangement Syndrome: Identifying the progress of a disease

Like AIDS three decades ago, Trump Derangement Syndrome is a new ailment, whose full course of development is as yet unknown.  But after a year since TDS exploded on the scene in early November 2016, we can observe the progress of the disease through four stages in certain acute sufferers.  This offers hope that we may start to predict how the affliction may spread or, alternatively, extinguish itself, should the rate of transmission to others be slowed by factors we may be able to identify.

Progressives love to adopt what they call a "public health perspective" on things they oppose, such as possession of a firearm.  This results in pediatricians asking parents if they have a gun in their house, among other oddities.  Two can play that game.  It is time to face the mass psychosis that has swept the at-risk population of the nation since the election of Donald Trump as president.

It is pretty clear that the first stages of TDS include:

1. Denial.  Attributing Trump's electoral victory to Russian "hacking" is the most common manifestation, but another common manifestation of the syndrome is Electoral College denial ("Hillary won a majority of votes, so she should be president").      :snip:    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017/12/stage_four_of_trump_derangement_syndrome_identifying_the_progress_of_a_disease_.html

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