Thank you for showing up to see Brad Thor last night. Huge crowd with great questions and Brad had to almost yell since Barnes/igNoble didn't have a sound system set up. No microphone. There are pictures below.....
Looks like the City Council will vote today on a resolution to annex 16 sq miles so they can manage the development of the "wind farm".....maybe they'll vote to manage it with a bond election.
Photo shopped...........I think the title is appreciation.......
Attorney A J Delgado wrote:"Democrats have built a brand as the party willing to stand up for black Americans, but the amnesty push shows what a false promise that was. The message to black voters is: 'Yes, your ancestors endured unimaginable hardships and helped build this country, and we said we'd help you out. But now we have a new trophy wife.' Meanwhile, the harm to African Americans is not limited to reduced wages, greater competition for jobs, and declining household incomes – now even the black history of suffering is being diluted. Liberal columnist and CNN pundit Sally Kohn penned a column last week arguing that the term 'illegal immigrant' is the same as the N-word."
In the last year and a half, the House has passed 40 bills, many with bipartisan support, to spur economic growth and promote job creation for hardworking Americans.
Just last week, the House passed two bills to help Americans find work:
- H.R. 803: This bill will reform and streamline federal workforce development programs to promote training for in-demand jobs, reduce bureaucracy, and create a worker-friendly, simple system. The Senate, thanks to Sen. Tim Scott’s hard work, also passed this legislation and it now awaits the President’s signature.
- H.R. 4718: This bill permanently extends a provision in the tax code, which allows businesses to immediately deduct 50% of capital investments– for things like tractors and computers. This will give certainty to businesses and encourage them to expand. According to the Tax Foundation, this provision would help add 212,000 new jobs.
For a full recap of the 40 jobs bills passed by the House, please click here.
I recently spoke with USA Today about the Select Committee’s progress and our work to conduct a fact-driven investigation. Below is an excerpt from the article. To read the full interview, please click here.
“WASHINGTON — Two months after the House of Representatives chartered a new committee to investigate the 2012 Benghazi attacks, the panel will begin getting down to work in July, Chairman Trey Gowdy said, but it will not be in a hurry to make headlines.”
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Last night, Judge Jeanine Pirro blasted President Barack Obama for the illegal immigration crisis, accusing him of attempting to change the demographics and electorate of the U.S.........well, that's the game isn't it?
Judge Napolitano: Obama's Failure To Uphold Immigration Law Violates His Oath