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Posted in: N Korean leader oversees special forces op as tensions soar See in context

Nevermind Assad, it's the fool Kim Dum Dum that should be eradicated.

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Posted in: St Petersburg subway bomber identified as Kyrgyz-born man See in context

I'm so surprised that the perp is /was an Islamic.

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Posted in: France's Le Pen says EU 'will die,' globalists to be defeated See in context

What leftists fear is reversing the collectivism that has been forced upon people. Time for such a reversal.

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Posted in: Abrupt dismissals spark turmoil among federal prosecutors in U.S. See in context

Sour grapes by the truckload for the left-loonies. Hypocrites. Trump needs to purge a lot more Obama holdovers, including in the "intelligence" agencies.

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Posted in: SNL skewers first daughter Ivanka Trump See in context

SNL ceased to be funny a long time ago. Remember when they mocked Malia Obama? Or the incessant mocking of BO? Me, neither.

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Posted in: Abrupt dismissals spark turmoil among federal prosecutors in U.S. See in context

Leotards still can't accept reality. Clinton purged all 93 US Attorneys on the same day back in '93, proudly and with the lapdog media' s fawning. Yada-Yada. The hypocrisy from the lovers is astounding. Newsflash; the shoe is now on the other foot.

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Posted in: Court denies Justice Department's request to immediately restore travel ban See in context

Well, pla-monkey, since you obviously didn't bother to read the National Review article, I'll draw your attention to a relevant point.

"Trump’s executive order also expressly relies on an Obama-era provision of the immigration law, Section 1187(a)(12), which governs the Visa Waiver Program. This statute empowers the executive branch to waive the documentation requirements for certain aliens. In it, Congress itself expressly discriminates based on country of origin. Under this provision, Congress provides that an alien is eligible for the waiver only if he or she has not been present (a) in Iraq or Syria any time after March 1, 2011; (b) in any country whose government is designated by the State Department as “repeatedly provid[ing] support for acts of international terrorism”; or (c) in any country that has been designated by the Department of Homeland Security as a country “of concern.”

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/444371/donald-trump-executive-order-ban-entry-seven-muslim-majority-countries-legal

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Posted in: Court denies Justice Department's request to immediately restore travel ban See in context

The bottom line is that the President (at this time it's Donald J Trump) has the very clear authority, and in fact it's THAT FACT that has the lefties in hysteria.

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Posted in: Court denies Justice Department's request to immediately restore travel ban See in context


The law is clear, whether JT posters agree or dissent with it.

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Posted in: Court denies Justice Department's request to immediately restore travel ban See in context

Thanks Frederic for quoting the text of the INA.

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Posted in: U.S. Justice Department appeals court ruling blocking Trump immigration ban See in context

The relevant section of the INA is at 8 U.S.C. 1182(f): (f) Suspension of entry or imposition of restrictions by President Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate. [...]

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Posted in: Court denies Justice Department's request to immediately restore travel ban See in context

Terrible ruling.

The president has the authority, like it or not.

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Posted in: Legal challenges to Trump's immigration orders spread See in context

Here's what the opposition ought to read : 8 USC §1182

It (Constitutional law) gives the President wide latitude in prohibiting entry of foreign persons. Foreign persons ARE NOT GUARANTEED permission of landing/entry. Constitutional rights do not apply to non-citizens outside of US jurisdiction.

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Posted in: Fired acting Attorney General Yates was troubled that order disadvantaged Muslims See in context

Bravo for firing her!

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Posted in: Trump picks conservative judge to shift Supreme Court balance See in context

Excellent choice! He will likely be approved. Even the leotard pundits on CNN recognize that fact. No president has had a SCOTUS nominee approved in his final year in 8 decades.

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Posted in: Hollywood set for Oscar nominations with no big surprises See in context


They can enjoy self-satisfying themselves.

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Posted in: Trump bans federal funding for foreign NGOs that support abortion See in context

Seems the feminists don't care about unborn women, whereas conservatives care about all the unborn.

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Posted in: Japanese woman testifies man attacked her at Niagara Falls See in context

This guy is a serious nutter.


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Posted in: Stone talk See in context

I'm actually surprised that this movie is even being released here in Japan.

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Posted in: Putin says Obama administration trying to undermine Trump See in context

The comments here clearly show how thin-skinned the left-loonies are. Put in's comments are the inconvenient truth. How many electoral processes have been proven to have been manipulated by the US? 81?


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Posted in: Police standoff with knife-wielding woman ends after 7 hours in Kanagawa See in context

Knives should be banned! It must have been an assault knife.

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Posted in: British singer George Michael dies at 53 See in context

He was a good singer, but can't say that I liked his music, but especially not his lifestyle.

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Posted in: Trump cruises to Electoral College victory despite protests See in context

The Trump presidency represents actual hope, as signified in the markets since election day, and real change(for the better) unlike the false hope and change less change under Obummer.

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Posted in: Trump questions 'one China policy' without Beijing concessions See in context

The Establishment loves the status quo. The gullible naves support it.

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Posted in: Trump says reports Russia helped him in U.S. election are 'ridiculous' See in context

Without actual, verifiable evidence there's no reason to believe the unnamed "source(s)". Perhaps it's Alfred E Neuman.

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Posted in: 'Brady Bunch' mom Florence Henderson dies at 82 See in context

RIP, lovely lady!

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Posted in: Mr Trump has always encouraged Ivanka and his children to attend meetings with him. This meeting in question was very informal. However, they obviously need to adjust to the new realities at hand, whi See in context

The media sure has gotten their knickers in a twist trying to derail every aspect of the reality that Trump won and will be the next President. Ivanka is an amazing woman! Why the misogyny against her? Because she's not a Democrat?

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Posted in: Facebook says it erred measuring audience reach See in context

Farcebook, really.

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Posted in: Ex-husband of singer Noriko Sakai arrested again for drug possession See in context

Why not just legalize mj and let people get a safe buzz?

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Posted in: Clinton, Obama pledge to unite behind Trump presidency See in context

The shoe is on the other foot. Deal with it, as the right had to deal with 8 long years of the Socialist in the White House.

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