Sean Adl-Tabatabai – President Trump is going to start declassifying Spygate documents within the next 7-8 days, according to The Hill‘s John Solomon.
Solomon joined Sean Hannity on Tuesday night and revealed that his sources say that President Trump will start with the release of “Bucket 5” documents – the exculpatory statements that the FBI possessed about its targets before it went to the FISA Court.
Thegatewaypundit.com reports: Today for the first time Americans support investigating the FBI’s conduct in the start of the Russia investigation. Continue reading “John Solomon: Trump to Start Declassifying Docs Including ‘Bucket 5’ Within Days [Video]”
John Michael Chambers – The Deep State and the Democrats are in complete panic mode as Pelosi pulls a trigger and ignites a bomb in a war of words stating that the President is covering up the Russia probe. In addition to that, they have invoked the “I” word as President trump indicated, that being, impeachment.
Here’s my take and its short and sweet. Team Trump is narrowing in on them and they know and their covers and insurance policies have blown up in their faces. Trump has laid all the traps and they are being drawn into them.
The stage is being set for the checkmate. Continue reading ““I Don’t Do Cover-Ups” – Donald J Trump”
Mary O’Malley – Have you noticed how everything in life opens and closes, ebbs and flows? We can see this most clearly in the unfolding of the seasons. Everything closes in the cold of winter and opens in the warmth of summer.
Life opens too with the light of day and closes in the darkness of the night. We can also see it in the tides as they come and go and in the rhythm of your breath. Even your heart valves open and close and if this didn’t happen you wouldn’t be alive!
Where opening and closing is not so easily seen is inside of us. We open and close too. One day our mind is fairly calm, and we are more easily delighted by life. And then the next day we contract into some of the denser states of mind like anxiousness, restlessness, irritation, self-pity and sadness. One day our body is easy to live in and the next, it is not. Continue reading “Life Opens and Closes”
Jennifer Hoffman – When I purchased what I thought was a little stand for my phone, I thought I was getting something great. Except that it didn’t work as I imaged it would. The problem was I was trying to get it to do many things it could not do and was not made to do. Once I learned that and what it was actually designed to do I was much les disappointed in it and actually found it to be very useful.
This is one way we overburden our intentions – putting all of our expectations on them and then expecting them to multi-task in 8 different directions. Another way is allowing fear to dominate the conversation when we expect to fail and see every small speed bump as a massive (and sometimes very welcome and appreciated) road block. Continue reading “Overburdened Intentions and Fear Leads the Way”
Sean Adl-Tabatabai – An academic study shows that racism has decreased during President Trump’s time in office, reports Spectator USA.
Daniel J. Hopkins and Samantha Washington, two University of Pennsylvania sociologists, ran a study measuring the racial attitudes of 2,500 randomly selected Americans since 2008.
Breitbart.com reports: In their most recent report, the academics admit they expected to see an increase in racist opinions among the group, stating, “Normalization of prejudice or opinion leadership both lead us to expect that expressed prejudice may have increased in this period, especially among Republicans or Trump supporters.”
Instead… Continue reading “Academic Study Shows Racism Has DECLINED Under Trump”