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If you think they’re going to give you your country back without a fight, you’re sadly mistaken

Steve Bannon is absolutely right.  The way the media and Dems are besieging DT feels like a coup in progress.  DT’s right, “Fight, fight, fight!”  MAGA!

From by Penny Starr dated 5/18/2017 entitled, “GOP: Steve Bannon Is Right About The Fight To Save America“:

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The Republican National Committee sent out a fund-raising email asking for assistance on President Donald Trump’s “Drain the Swamp” agenda.
The email notes the ongoing battle against a hostile press while offering words of wisdom from a top Trump adviser, Steve Bannon.

“You already knew the media is out to get us,” the email said. It continues:

But sadly it’s not just the fake news — there are people within our own unelected bureaucracy that want to sabotage President Trump and our entire America First movement.

Steve Bannon was right when he said, “If you think they’re going to give you your country back without a fight, you’re sadly mistaken.”

“Every day is going to be a fight,” Bannon said. “That is the promise of Donald Trump.”

The email points out that the people opposed to Trump and his policies do not want to put America first.

“They want it to be Special Interests first to enrich themselves all while the citizens of our country remain an afterthought,” the email said.

“We have no choice but to completely DRAIN THE SWAMP,” the email said, noting that Trump is “already started cleaning house.”

The email concludes: “But every day will be an uphill battle — and we need to be prepared to go into the trenches to FIGHT BACK.”

The Myth of “Jobs Americans Won’t Do”

The globalists use this BS to encourage the importation of labor from other countries and justify illegal immigration.  Turns out that for the most part, it’s BS.  Now the construction trades want in on the BS.  From dated 03/29/2017 by John Carney entitled, “Homebuilders Complain About Jobs Americans Won’t Do“:

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 The myth of “jobs Americans won’t do” is once again on the rise.

And just like the last time you heard about this alleged economic malaise, it is nonsense.

The most recent peddlers of the labor shortage bunk are homebuilders. They say that they could be building many more homes if only they could find the workers to build them. The shortage of workers is creating a shortage of homes, driving up prices and putting homeownership out of reach for more Americans, they claim.

Here’s a sample from CNBC on Thursday:

Thousands of construction workers left the industry during the recession, many of them heading to the energy sector. The assumption was that they would return when energy lagged and homebuilding recovered. They did not. The labor shortage in building actually worsened in 2016 — a surprise to most analysts.

“We thought we’d see a flow back of workers from the energy sector,” said Rob Dietz, chief economist with the National Association of Home Builders. “The labor shortage has basically grown and accelerated. It’s the top challenge in the building industry right now.”

Dietz points to both an immigration and a generational challenge. The workforce is aging, with the typical age of a construction worker now 42. More Americans are going to college now, and so they are less likely to pursue a career in construction. Simply put, young Americans don’t want to build houses anymore. That leaves the business to immigrant laborers.

“These jobs, Americans don’t want,” Myers said. “We have a hard-working Hispanic labor force here in Denver that really is the foundation for the construction industry.”

If there’s a massive job shortage in homebuilding, however, wages should be skyrocketing. That’s not happening.

The average hourly wage adjusted of nonsupervisory workers engaged in the construction of buildings was $25.65 in January 2017, according to the most recent data available from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s an increase of just 7.18 percent over the inflation adjusted January 2007 average of $23.93. In other words, real wage increases in building construction have averaged around 0.72 percent per year over the past decade.

That increase is less than the 8.6 percent real wage gains of nonsupervisory private sector workers overall during the same period.

The fact that construction work wage gains lag behind those of the U.S. workforce is clear and decisive evidence that there is no labor shortage. These aren’t jobs that Americans won’t do–they are jobs that homebuilders aren’t willing to pay for.

With that in mind, let’s get back to CNBC’s report:

Labor is the top concern among the nation’s builders, according to an NAHB survey, and worry over its cost and availability is growing.

“Because the building industry is highly decentralized — there are 40,000 homebuilding companies in the country — you do see poaching. There are situations where you can recruit a worker, and they can work for you for a quarter or two, and then they’re working for another subcontractor down the road,” Dietz said.

Myers says he tries to build relationships with subcontractors. He has one-on-one meetings to build brand loyalty, but he admits, it often comes down to cold, hard cash.

Imagine that. In America’s capitalist economy, employers are complaining that workers leave to work for competitors because they just aren’t loyal enough. They make their decisions based on “cold, hard cash.”

The picture is even bleaker on a longer time horizon.  Way back in 1961, the average hourly wage in construction was $3.48. Adjusted for inflation, that would be $28.35 today. Which means that we’re paying construction workers less today than we were 56 years ago.

So why are the homebuilders arguing there is a labor shortage? Because they want the U.S. to import more immigrants to hold down the price of hourly construction labor.

And they’re barely pretending otherwise. Here’s how CNBC puts it:

Immigrants make up about a quarter of the overall construction workforce, but that share is likely higher for residential homebuilding, partly due to a large number of undocumented workers. Builders say they make sure their contractors are legal to work, but they have less control over the subcontractors who often move from site to site. Even that group is shrinking, as President Donald Trump tries to impose travel bans and threatens to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico.

“There is a fear to get out into the labor force, I think there is an uncertainty,” Myers said. “I had one of our trades who became a citizen last year ask me if that could be taken away from him. Even for the people who are legal and documented, it’s a factor that is holding back the labor force.”

Myers has it backward. What’s holding back the labor force isn’t a lack of workers. It’s the insistence of homebuilders that they be served a constant stream of cheap labor to keep their production costs down and profits up.

TURD, err, TIME Magazine

I am certainly glad I never subscribed to this rag.  It’s ‘time’ has expired.  Thank you DT, like your style!


From dated 3/23/2017 by Jeff Poor entitled, “Trump to Time Magazine Reporter: ‘I Can’t Be Doing So Badly Because I’m President and You’re Not’”:


Thursday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Time magazine Washington bureau chief Michael Scherer revealed the responses of an interview he conducted with President Donald Trump a day earlier.

In that interview, when questioned by Scherer about his tweet claiming to have been wiretapped by the previous administration and his lack of faith in the intelligence community, Trump wrapped up his response by pointing out he is president of the United States, and therefore can not being “so badly.”

Exchange as follows:

TRUMP: Hey look, in the mean time, I guess, I can’t be doing so badly, because I’m president, and you’re not. You know. Say hello to everybody OK?

SCHERER: Thank you very much, Mr. President.

In the U.S., ABC at This Point Is a Laughingstock

Who in the hell watches ABC any more.  What a bunch of ‘fake news’ (propaganda) clowns.  If I had the misfortune to work for ABC I would know my career was over, as is Moran’s.

From dated 3/19/2017 by Pam Key entitled, “ABC News’ Moran: White House ‘Is a Laughingstock in the Capitals of Europe’”:

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” while discussing President Donald Trump’s tweets accusing former President Obama’s administration of wiretapping Trump Tower prior to the election, ABC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Terry Moran said the White House was “a laughingstock in the capitals of Europe.’

Partial transcript as follows:

MORAN: But the polls in Germany, in Britain, are demonstrating —

FAGEN: But they were — they were —


MORAN: — that that sentiment is flipped. And in fact the White House at this point is a laughingstock —

MARTIN: That’s right.

MORAN: — in the capitals of Europe.

Associated Press Propagandist, Eric Tucker TURD

Today, Tucker put out a hit piece on the left’s latest target, AG Sessions.  But this TURD is the same LSOS who stated that he would gladly lie to cover for the Clintons.  Eric Tucker, TURD of the day.

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Eric Tucker opines, have soap box will lie for the Clintons:

Eric Tuckers hit piece on AS Sessions:

Read the actual transcript people!  Tucker and his lefty friends TURD:

Ask yourself, would I buy a car from this TURD?

Is the Media Trying to Set-up a Dictatorship?

Excuse me, but wasn’t it Brzezinski who, not over a week ago, said ‘OUR JOB’ IS TO CONTROL ‘EXACTLY WHAT PEOPLE THINK’Now who in the hell is actually trying to set up a dictatorship?  So often, when the left accuses any one else of some ‘negative’ behavior or agenda it is they who are actually committing that which they accuse others.  In other words, they are sneaky, lying TURDs.  And Mika is not very bright for letting the ‘cat out of the bag’.  But figures she’d be a cat lover.









From dated 2/27/2017 by Jan Hanchett entitled, “Brzezinski: Is Trump Admin ‘Trying to Create a Dictatorship?’”

During a discussion of the Trump administration banning certain outlets from a press gaggle on Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” co-host Mika Brzezinski wondered if the White House was “trying to create a dictatorship?”

After playing a clip from White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer in 2016 saying, “We have a respect for the press, when it comes to the government, that that is something that you can’t ban an entity from, you know, conservative, liberal, or otherwise. I think, that’s what makes a democracy a democracy versus a dictatorship.” Brezinski stated, “[H]e’s just described himself.”

She added, “[A]re they trying to create a dictatorship? I mean, I’m not joking and I’m not angry.”