7 juli 2016
2 juli 2016
Intelligent Hispanic Mexican Trump’s supporter with convincing reasons to vote for Donald Trump and equally convincing reasons NOT to vote for Crooked Hillary Clinton. Vote #Trump2016 to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain and #AmericaFirst
20 juni 2016
The U.S. Secret Service is proposing a “taller and stronger” White House fence following an increasing number of people attempting to breach the security encircling the executive mansion.
The proposed new design of the fence incorporates “anti-climb features” and “intrusion detection technology,” a Secret Service spokeswoman said in a statement. The new design features a fence that is 11 feet and seven inches tall.
14 juni 2016
9 juni 2016
Dommeren som DanMarx Radio ingen detaljer gav om da de berettede om sagen, hvor de kaldte Trump racist.
5 juni 2016
Victor Davis Hanson skriver om Mexikos rolle i debatten om illegale indvandrere i USA.
There are many strange elements in the current debate over illegal immigration, but none stranger than the mostly ignored role of Mexico.
Mexico is a severe critic of U.S. immigration policy, often damning Americans as ruthlessly insensitive for trying to close our border. It has gone so far as to join lawsuits against individual American states to force relaxation of our border enforcement. Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon sharply criticized the United States for trying to “criminalize migration.”
Is Mexico, then, a model of immigration tolerance?
Far from it.
Until 2011, when it passed reforms, Mexico had among the most draconian immigration laws in the world. Guatemala has criticized Mexico for initiating construction of a fence along its southern border.
Mexico has zero tolerance for illegal immigrants who seek to work inside Mexico, happen to break Mexican law or go on public assistance — or any citizens who aid them.
If the United States were to treat Mexican nationals in the same way that Mexico treats Central American nationals, there would be humanitarian outrage.
In 2005, the Mexican government published a “Guide for the Mexican Migrant” — in comic book form. The pictographic manual instructed its own citizens how best to cross illegally into, and stay within, the United States. Did Mexico assume that its departing citizens were both largely illiterate and without worry about violating the laws of a foreign country?
Yet Mexico counts on these expatriate poor to send back well over $20 billion in annual remittances — currently the third-largest source of Mexican foreign exchange.
People should be a nation’s greatest resource. Fairly or not, Mexico has long been seen to view its own citizens in rather cynical terms as a valuable export commodity, akin to oil or food. When they are young and healthy, Mexican expatriates are expected to scrimp, save and support their poorer relatives back in Mexico. When these Mexican expats are ill and aged, then the U.S should pick up the tab for their care.
The current problem for Mexico is that the U.S. might soon deal with illegal immigration in the way Mexico does. But for now, to the extent that Mexican citizens can potentially make, rather than cost, Mexico money, there is little reason for our southern neighbor to discourage its citizens from leaving the country — by hook, crook or comic book.
Har du nogensinde hørt Løgnepressen nævne Mexikos immigrationsregler? Nej det tænkte jeg nok! Eller hvordan det forholder sig ved Mexikos grænse til Guatemala?
- Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto introduced a migration clampdown
- Security on Mexico’s southern border has been dramatically increased
- Migrants complain that Mexican officials are regularly abusing them
- Fewer central Americans have been found illegally crossing the US border
30 maj 2016
Familien til kvinde der blev myrdet af illegal indvandrer der var udvist 5 gange sagsøger myndighederne for embedsforsømmelse
The parents of a woman killed on a San Francisco pier by a man in the country illegally is suing the city and two federal agencies that they believe contributed to her death.
Kate Steinle’s parents filed the wrongful-death lawsuit, accusing the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department of failing to notify federal immigration officials that it was releasing Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez from jail.
They also are suing Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
A BLM ranger reported that a gun was stolen from his car while it was parked in downtown San Francisco.
Lopez-Sanchez stated he unintentionally shot Steinle last July.
Nej det er IKKE fra sovjetunionen i 1980’erne …
Det er fra det nyeste socialistiske paradis Venezuela, hvor præsident Maduro ( eller Mad Uro, som min svoger kalder ham🙂 ) har kørt landet effektivt i sænk i en sådan grad at alle offentligt ansatte ikke må arbejde mere end 2 dage om ugen af hensyn til den meget begrænsede elektricitetsforsyning …
“Sooner or later Socialism runs out of other peoples money”, som Thather så korrekt sagde det
28 maj 2016
16 maj 2016
11 maj 2016
Mexican Visa requirement: Liberals re-open floodgates to bogus refugee claims.
29 april 2016
8 april 2016
7 april 2016
Obama og Hillary Clinton gennemførte love der medførte at amerikanere kunne udnytte Panama smuthullerne
Soon after taking office in 2009, Obama and his secretary of state — who is currently the Democratic presidential front-runner — began pushing for the passage of stalled free trade agreements (FTAs) with Panama, Colombia and South Korea that opponents said would make it more difficult to crack down on Panama’s very low income tax rate, banking secrecy laws and history of noncooperation with foreign partners.
Even while Obama championed his commitment to raise taxes on the wealthy, he pursued and eventually signed the Panama agreement in 2011. Upon Congress ratifying the pact, Clinton issued a statement lauding the agreement, saying it and other deals with Colombia and South Korea “will make it easier for American companies to sell their products.” She added: “The Obama administration is constantly working to deepen our economic engagement throughout the world, and these agreements are an example of that commitment.”
Critics, however, said the pact would make it easier for rich Americans and corporations to set up offshore corporations and bank accounts and avoid paying many taxes altogether.
10 marts 2016
Regeringen ændrer nu reglerne, så det bliver over 15 (!) gange dyrere at veksle til $
Før kostede det 13,5 bolivar at få en US.$.
Nu koster det 266,92 bolivar !
Imponerende , så hurtigt et socialistisk system har ændret et land med kæmpestore olieindtægter til et fattigt land, hvor staten skal tage sig af alting – selv at sørge for wc-ruller !
25 februar 2016
18 februar 2016
Det er sket masser af gange før, og hver gang er konsekvensen folkelig uro og man må opgive
Det er f.eks. sket mange gange i Ægypten at man har 2 eller tredoblet prisen på brød,
fordi brød var støttet af regeringen, og man skulle spare penge.
Resultat: folkelige protester med masser af vold, og prisstigningerne måtte tilbagekaldes
Nu har Venezuelas diktator Maduro fundet ud af at det går dårligt med økonomien og hvad gør han så ?
Den socialistiske diktator 60-dobler (!) prisen på benzin
fra 0,01 dollar til 0,60 dollar svarende til cirka fra 7 øre til over fire kroner literen !
Det prøvede man også for 20 år siden , efterfulgt af protester og opgivelse af kæmpestigningen.
Diktatorer fatter ikke at man skal sætte prisen l-a-n-g-s-o-m-t op, så folk har mulighed til at vænne sig til den nye pris.
Sikke en forskel mellem den tidligere pris på 1 L benzin og verdenmarkedprisen !
Jeg vil da gerne købe benzin til 7 øre literen …
Men jeg ville være klar over at det ikke kunne holde i længden.
Taget herfra, hvor du kan læse mere
1 februar 2016
“To only a few chemicals does man owe as great a debt as to DDT…
In little more than two decades, DDT has prevented 500 million human deaths, due to malaria, that otherwise would have been inevitable.”
The battle has abruptly become more pressing by what the World Health Organization has called the “explosive” spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus through Brazil and other parts of Latin America.
One old method that is not getting serious attention would be to use DDT, a powerful pesticide that is banned in many countries because of the ecological damage documented in the 1962 book “Silent Spring.” Still, it is being mentioned a bit, and some experts defend its use for disease control.
“That concern about DDT has to be reconsidered in the public health context,” said Dr. Lyle R. Petersen, director of the division of vector-borne diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.