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Post by Lone Star » March 18, 2019, 6:41 pm

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Job Openings Still Outpace Workforce

Source: US Department of Labor

Another promise kept.
Over the 12 months ending in January, hires totaled 69.2 million and separations totaled 66.3 million, yielding a net employment gain of 2.8 million. These totals include workers who may have been hired and separated more than once during the year.
Main Street is STEADY WINNING, and Trump promised that since his campaign.

Blue collar and middle class wages are growing faster than the growth of all wages. The highest job growth is in the manufacturing sector, specifically durable goods. The regions of the country growing jobs fastest is in the Midwest and in the South.

Trump found that magic wand that Bayrack mocked -- said didn't exist.

STEADY DAMN WINNING.
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Re: Will Trump make the Grade.

Post by Doodoo » March 18, 2019, 7:18 pm

As a suggestion Mr. T could erect a Job Vacancy Board at the Southern Boarder for those coming across to see if they can apply for any of the vacancies available.

2 birds with one stone
No more an illegal alien and now a job vacancy filled

STEADY WINNING!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Will Trump make the Grade.

Post by TJ » March 18, 2019, 11:57 pm

Here are some of President Trump's accomplishments which you will never hear much about in the mainstream media.

President Donald Trump isn’t perfect. Like most leaders, he’s had moments along the way that didn’t exactly exude excellence ( the whole Covfefe thing is a great example). While the Left likes to “trump” up those tiny transgressions to prove he lacks the ability to lead, they’re really just proof he’s just as human as the rest of us. Today, we want to try and counterbalance the Left’s attempted sabotage. To help us achieve that goal, we’re highlighting 11 of his most outstanding achievements.

According to the White House, Donald Trump has created almost 4 million jobs since first stepping into office. The unemployment rate is officially lower than it has ever been before in the known history of our country, too. Thanks to Trump’s influence, Americans are pulling themselves up by the bootstraps and making the job market work for them.

Trump’s influence on the manufacturing sector, including leveraging heavy tariffs on countries pulling work away from our citizens, spurred on massive growth in multiple industries. Nearly 400,000 new manufacturing jobs have been created since 2016 — the highest rate in 30 years.

The economy is flourishing under Trump’s care, too. We’re currently enjoying a remarkable 4.2 percent growth rate. The median household income is now the highest it’s ever been before — meaning Americans are working more, making more, and achieving more along the way.

Trump is also helping women, people of color, and youths find gainful employment. Thanks to his policies, all three marginalized groups are now enjoying a lower unemployment rate than we’ve seen in almost 60 years. This includes employment rates for Americans lacking a high school diploma.

The President’s tireless dedication to Veterans is also paying off. More Vets are returning home to find themselves gainfully employed and better supported after they serve overseas.

Trump’s Pledge to America’s Workers, an effort to push employers to train over 5 million Americans, has also been wildly successful. Vocational employment opportunities are becoming more and more accessible and available, even in some of America’s smallest cities and towns.

Trump brought us the largest package of tax cuts (nearly $300 million within the first few months he served in office) in the history of the United States. He’s doing more to acknowledge how taxes cause hardship when misused than any other president ever has before.

Our President is also helping to revitalize the US as an event destination. Thanks to his actions, we won the US bid for the 2028 Summer Olympics; they’ll take place in Los Angeles. He’s also the primary reason the US, Mexico, and Canada won the bid for the 2026 World Cup.

Trump played a pivotal role in getting both the Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines approved at a time when few other leaders wanted to risk making the wrong decision. They worried about public appearances; Trump worried about the American people.

The President also played a key role in improving our healthcare system and making it more affordable. The first step was removing the penalty for not purchasing health insurance; then, he supported the FDA in releasing more affordable generics within a single year than ever before. He also played a key role in getting hospitals to stop over-billing seniors for medication.

And last, but certainly not least is the most important change: building the Mexican-American border wall. Despite constant distraction from the Left and attempts to sabotage his efforts, Trump remains steadfast on this issue. He WILL put an end to criminals, drugs and abusers flowing in from Mexico and South America. In fact, construction is already underway in several key crossing zones.

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Re: Will Trump make the Grade.

Post by Lone Star » March 19, 2019, 5:23 am

TJ wrote:
March 18, 2019, 11:57 pm
Here are some of President Trump's accomplishments which you will never hear much about in the mainstream media.

President Donald Trump isn’t perfect. Like most leaders, he’s had moments along the way that didn’t exactly exude excellence ( the whole Covfefe thing is a great example). While the Left likes to “trump” up those tiny transgressions to prove he lacks the ability to lead, they’re really just proof he’s just as human as the rest of us. Today, we want to try and counterbalance the Left’s attempted sabotage. To help us achieve that goal, we’re highlighting 11 of his most outstanding achievements.

According to the White House, Donald Trump has created almost 4 million jobs since first stepping into office. The unemployment rate is officially lower than it has ever been before in the known history of our country, too. Thanks to Trump’s influence, Americans are pulling themselves up by the bootstraps and making the job market work for them.

Trump’s influence on the manufacturing sector, including leveraging heavy tariffs on countries pulling work away from our citizens, spurred on massive growth in multiple industries. Nearly 400,000 new manufacturing jobs have been created since 2016 — the highest rate in 30 years.

The economy is flourishing under Trump’s care, too. We’re currently enjoying a remarkable 4.2 percent growth rate. The median household income is now the highest it’s ever been before — meaning Americans are working more, making more, and achieving more along the way.

Trump is also helping women, people of color, and youths find gainful employment. Thanks to his policies, all three marginalized groups are now enjoying a lower unemployment rate than we’ve seen in almost 60 years. This includes employment rates for Americans lacking a high school diploma.

The President’s tireless dedication to Veterans is also paying off. More Vets are returning home to find themselves gainfully employed and better supported after they serve overseas.

Trump’s Pledge to America’s Workers, an effort to push employers to train over 5 million Americans, has also been wildly successful. Vocational employment opportunities are becoming more and more accessible and available, even in some of America’s smallest cities and towns.

Trump brought us the largest package of tax cuts (nearly $300 million within the first few months he served in office) in the history of the United States. He’s doing more to acknowledge how taxes cause hardship when misused than any other president ever has before.

Our President is also helping to revitalize the US as an event destination. Thanks to his actions, we won the US bid for the 2028 Summer Olympics; they’ll take place in Los Angeles. He’s also the primary reason the US, Mexico, and Canada won the bid for the 2026 World Cup.

Trump played a pivotal role in getting both the Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines approved at a time when few other leaders wanted to risk making the wrong decision. They worried about public appearances; Trump worried about the American people.

The President also played a key role in improving our healthcare system and making it more affordable. The first step was removing the penalty for not purchasing health insurance; then, he supported the FDA in releasing more affordable generics within a single year than ever before. He also played a key role in getting hospitals to stop over-billing seniors for medication.

And last, but certainly not least is the most important change: building the Mexican-American border wall. Despite constant distraction from the Left and attempts to sabotage his efforts, Trump remains steadfast on this issue. He WILL put an end to criminals, drugs and abusers flowing in from Mexico and South America. In fact, construction is already underway in several key crossing zones.
Outstanding list, TJ.

And you're correct. It's some ... of many more.
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Re: Will Trump make the Grade.

Post by Lone Star » March 19, 2019, 5:24 am

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Latest illegal alien numbers year-over-year.

Figure it out.
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Re: Will Trump make the Grade.

Post by Udon Map » March 19, 2019, 12:22 pm

Lone Star wrote:
March 19, 2019, 5:24 am
Latest illegal alien numbers year-over-year.
Illegal immigrants are illegal trespassers and should be treated accordingly. Separating children from their parents is cruel, heartless, and, most important, un-American behavior.

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Re: Will Trump make the Grade.

Post by Doodoo » March 19, 2019, 12:32 pm

its not Unamerican its Inhuman to seperate children


Definition of inhuman

: lacking pity, kindness, or mercy : savage
an inhuman tyrant

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Re: Will Trump make the Grade.

Post by Lone Star » March 19, 2019, 2:23 pm

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Presidents Bolsonaro and Trump Meeting in DC

Source: Reuters

There have been discussions in the recent past of the US having a military base in Brazil.

Trump was one of the first world leaders to call Bolsonaro and congratulate him on his election victory.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro visited the Central Intelligence Agency’s headquarters on Monday, an unusual move for a foreign head of state that was not on the public agenda for his first official trip to Washington.

The visit underscored Bolsonaro’s embrace of U.S. influence in Latin America to confront what he calls a communist threat against democracy — a theme he remarked on during a dinner on Sunday evening with his ministers and right-wing thinkers.

Presidential advisers, including his official spokesman, had said during the dinner that his agenda on Monday morning would be kept private. But Bolsonaro’s son, Congressman Eduardo Bolsonaro, revealed the visit in a Twitter post.

“Going now with the (president) and ministers to the CIA, one of the most respected intelligence agencies in the world,” he wrote. “It will be an excellent opportunity to discuss international topics in the region with experts and technicians of the highest level.”
MAKE BRAZIL GREAT AGAIN.

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Re: Will Trump make the Grade.

Post by Doodoo » March 19, 2019, 3:43 pm

Never-Trumpers assess his mental health: 'His condition is getting worse' George Conway

Hopefully people are keeping Don away from the BIG RED BUTTON

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Post by Lone Star » March 20, 2019, 6:14 am

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Muslim Defends Trump On CNN

Source: CNN

Dr. Qanta Ahmed praised both presidents GWB and Trump as "beloved." Ahmed is a columnist and a Muslim member of the Council of Foreign Relations.

Ahmed's comments indicated that it's a mistake to blame Trump for the New Zealand attack when he is beloved. Ahmed criticized anyone who attacks Trump over Islamophobia and blame him for the xenophobia in New Zealand. Her comments also included the acknowledgement that Muslim Brotherhood front groups routinely make victims of other Muslims in their targeting of innocent civilians.

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I'm sure CNN won't be asking her to come back.
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Post by Doodoo » March 20, 2019, 7:13 am

"Muslim Defends Trump On CNN"

So we have ONE Muslim defending Don out of 3.5 Million in the USA Although she is outspoken for one day she continues as a British physician specializing in sleep disorders. She is also an author and a newspaper columnist.

I hardly warrant this being news worthy, one ZZZZZZZZ .....

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Re: Will Trump make the Grade.

Post by TJ » March 20, 2019, 7:39 am

CNN Stunned to Find Pro-Trump Latinos: We Want ‘Longer and Taller’ Wall

On Monday’s Erin Burnett OutFront, CNN’s Miguel Marquez noted that 34% of Latinos approved of Trump in a recent CNN poll. He said, as a puzzled Erin Burnett looked on, that though a majority of Latinos disapprove of Trump, there are plenty who live along the U.S.-Mexico border who support Trump, believe that there is a “national emergency” at the border, and would like to see the size of the border wall “doubled” or “tripled.”
Rolando Rodriguez, who lives a mile from the border in McAllen, Texas, said he wants a 2,600-mile border wall that is “longer and taller.”

When asked how much taller he wants the border wall to be, Rodriguez replied, “twice as much at least.”
Rodriguez, who said he supports Trump because of religious issues and “border politics,” added that he believes that the border wall will be a barrier for the “bad people” and not the “good people.”

CNN also found Mayra Gutierrez, who is in the process of getting her U.S. citizenship so she can vote for Trump. She said she supports Trump because of abortion, the economy, and immigration.

“We do have a lot problems here with immigration, and I do support his stance for the wall,” Gutierrez told CNN.
Joacim Hernandez, the president of the Hidalgo County Young Republicans, told the outlet that the last time Trump visited the area, there were a lot of Latinos “that were out there supporting him.”

Marquez’s interviews were consistent with what former longtime Univision anchor María Elena Salinas told CNN in January about Trump’s appeal among a significant number of Latinos. Salinas implied that Trump could have more support among Latinos than conventional wisdom and even polling suggests.

The legendary Spanish-language anchor whom the New York Times once described as the “voice of Hispanic America,” as Breitbart News noted, revealed that she was saddened that many Latinos “are buying some of these arguments against undocumented immigrants” that Trump has been making.

“And it’s very sad to see that our own people, who are immigrants themselves, are attacking these immigrants that are trying to come in, knowing themselves how difficult the situation is in a lot of these Latin American countries,” Salinas said then. “And, you know, they’re buying it, and some people, just like some other Trump supporters, are saying, well, you know, so what if he tells lies, as long as we have lower unemployment among the Latino community.”
Trump, who got more support among Latinos in 2016 than Mitt Romney did in 2012 when Trump received 29% of the Latino vote, has often pointed out that illegal immigration hurts Latino workers and illegal immigrant criminals victimize Hispanics who are in the country legally.

In the 2018 midterm elections, AP’s VoteCast data, exit polls, and other surveys found that Republicans received about a third of the Latino vote even though the mainstream media for two years painted Trump as an anti-Latino “racist.”

Marquez said that though a majority of Latinos disapprove of Trump and his border politics, pro-Trump Latinos believe there is enough support among the community to get Trump re-elected in 2020.

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Joint press conference between Trump and Bolsonaro.
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Post by Lone Star » March 20, 2019, 2:19 pm

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SCOTUS Overrules 9th Circuit in Favor of Trump

Supreme Court rules that federal officials may detain and deport illegal aliens after they have served their time in the US for other crimes. It will no longer matter whether they were picked up immediately or later, after criminal release.

The Supreme Court overturns the 9th Circuit more than any of the other federal appeals courts.

This bodes well for future cases involving illegal immigration.

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Re: Will Trump make the Grade.

Post by Doodoo » March 20, 2019, 7:57 pm

Scene local school yard about 10 boys , Grade 5 all gathered around except 2 of them squared off with each other
One we will call George questioning the mental status of the him, possibly saying your Crazy!!!. The other we will call Don or maybe Donald yelling out "‘A total loser!’

Now that is a scenario I could understand but a 70 year old man who is the President of the United States? Well he is on the border of becoming an Idiot and I am being pleasant

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