The pro-mass immigration Koch brothers’ network of billionaire, donor class organizations is cheering President Trump’s recent doubling-down on supporting increasing wage-crushing legal immigration levels.
Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York defended himself against criticism that he rejected his self-proclaimed Catholic faith by signing into law a bill that allows abortion up until birth, asserting, “I was educated in religious schools, and I am a former altar boy.”
China’s state-run Global Times on Wednesday offered a lukewarm review of President Donald Trump’s 2019 State of the Union Address, applauding his effort to build political unity in the United States but insisting the U.S. is too “deeply divided” to accomplish anything worthwhile.
Taliban jihadis on Wednesday repudiated U.S. President Donald Trump’s proposal of leaving behind a residual American force in Afghanistan to carry out “counterterrorism” operations if the United States military withdraws from the country as a result of a potential peace pact with the terrorist group.
Venezuela’s foreign minister posted criticisms of President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address during the speech on Twitter on Tuesday, accusing Trump of lying about the strong state of the U.S. economy.
President Trump is reversing his campaign commitment to reduce overall legal immigration levels to the United States and thus raise the wages of America’s working and middle class, as he is now demanding more immigration.
The time has come for the citizens of the United States to make a decision.
Far-left celebrity Bette Midler warned her followers that women needing abortions would be going “back to the back alleys” during President Trump’s State of the Union speech Tuesday.
“To my colleagues, this is the simplest vote you will ever take: either you support babies being killed after they are born or you don’t,” she asserted. “It is time to go on the record and make clear if you think babies born alive deserve medical care, or if you think they should be left to die.”
Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams claimed in the Democrat response to President Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday that “voter suppression is real.”