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The present Refugee Resettlement Program is proving dangerous for American's national security and personal safety. The government is spending your tax dollars to bring tens of thousands of mostly Sunni Muslims into our country. Look at Europe and most recently Nice, France. Wake up America!
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Time to stop the importation of Muslim Refugees into our homeland at a time when Islam has declared war on the West.
We should not allow ourselves to make the same mistake that Europe has made by allowing a massive refugee immigration
We are bringing them here with our tax dollars.
This is taxation without representation on steroids.
Polling shows that 75% of Americans agree that the Muslim importation should be stopped.
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WE MUST DO ALL WE CAN TO CHECK THIS OUT OF CONTROL ONE PARTY SYSTEM THAT IS DESTROYING OUR ECONOMY.
Nothing good ever happens during a lame duck session of Congress, especially when it comes to spending bills.
Longtime readers of CHQ will recall that every two years we have inveighed against the Uniparty congressional leadership strategy of pushing crucial spending bills and major policy decisions on contentious matters, such as border security, until the absolute last minute of the post-election calendar.
This habitual legislating by crisis was one of the factors that led to former Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner’s downfall in what amounted to a conservative coup, but we will leave it to our readers to decide whether the speakership of Paul Ryan was an improvement over Boehner.
Now, we conservatives are facing another Uniparty post-election avalanche of terrible bills and huge spending proposals, but with one item of good news – Senate Republicans seem to be warming to the idea of actually fighting the Democrats’ lame duck spending juggernaut.
Senators Mike Lee of Utah, Ted Cruz of Texas, Rick Scott of Florida, and Mike Braun of Indiana have sent a letter to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell saying in part:
We believe it would be both imprudent, and a reflection of poor leadership, for Republicans to ignore the will of the American people and rubber stamp an omnibus spending bill that funds ten more months of President Biden’s agenda without any check on his reckless policies that have led to a 40-year high in inflation. Since taking office, President Biden has overseen a $4.8 trillion increase in the national deficit, costing the average American household an estimated $753 more a month. It should be up to the new Congress to set spending priorities for the remainder of this fiscal year.
The letter went on to point out that the current Continuing Resolution funds the federal government through December 16, 2022, and:
We must not accept anything other than a short-term Continuing Resolution that funds the federal government until shortly after the 118th Congress is sworn in. No additional spending, no additional policy priorities should be included. Any urgent items that require the Senate’s attention should be considered separately and under their own terms.
One of the things that prompted the Lee, Cruz, Scott, Braun letter was a comment by Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, reported by Alexander Bolton of The Hill. McConnell said there was “widespread agreement” at a White House meeting that “we’d be better off with an omnibus” than a CR but, said McConnell, there are “significant hurdles.”
Well, of course the Biden White House wants a long-term Omnibus spending bill – it would put all of Biden’s Far Left policies and programs beyond the reach of the new House Republican majority.
However, in a surprising about face, Mike Lee yesterday tweeted that McConnell has changed his tune and now apparently agrees with the four conservatives.
In response to another Alexander Bolton tweet quoting McConnell and reporting “McConnell says it’s looking increasingly likely Congress will have to pass a CR lasting until 2023 because of lack of progress in negotiations” Mike Lee tweeted, “@LeaderMcConnell is right. Congress should pass a short-term spending bill and allow the new Congress to address FY2023 spending.”
We are not inclined to accept tweets about his comments to journalists as actual commitments on Mitch McConnell’s part to do or not do anything – particularly on spending. But this at least cracks the door open to McConnell putting his weight behind a short-term Continuing Resolution to prevent Democrats from locking-in the Biden-Pelosi-Schumer budget for most of 2023 and thus allowing the new House Republican majority to work its will on the 2023 spending levels and priorities.
We urge CHQ readers to pick-up the phone to call Mitch McConnell and other Republican Senators (the Capitol Switchboard number is 202-224-3121) and join other conservatives who have committed to melt the phone lines to Capitol Hill with this simple message: No long-term spending bill, do a short-term continuing resolution to let the new House Republican majority have a say and a vote.
Not much in the way of Unity lately. If you leave NY, please stop in GA --- FL is full now....smh.
Cuomo’s replacement, Kathy Hochul, apparently shares the same outlook. On Monday, she declared at a campaign rally, “And we are here to say that the era of Trump, and Zeldin and Molinaro, just jump on a bus and head down to Florida where you belong, okay? Get out of town. Because you do not represent our values. You are not New Yorkers.”
Full Article --- https://www.nationalreview.com/the-morning-jolt/which-side-is-itchi...
Trump To Sue CNN
July 27, 2022, Nicole Silverio
Former President Donald Trump notified CNN of his intention to file a lawsuit against the network for “repeated defamatory statements” in a statement Wednesday.
The Tide Is Turning
Daunting as the task of restoring political order to America might be, there are many reasons to believe good things are right around the corner.
By Patrick Casey, July 21, 2022
Gotta fix the military first --- just sayin
“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom – go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!”—Samuel Adams
TELL TX GOVERNOR ABBOTT TO SEND STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT TO SECURE THE TX BORDER
TELL AZ GOVERNOR DUCEY TO SEND STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT TO SECURE THE AZ BORDER
Watched the House VA Commitee meeting on CSPAN last night. They are not on our side. They actually want to go after retiring service members and Vets and tell them "How wrong it would be to join". That we are a "Right Wing Extremist group". fyi