Dum spiro spero – “While I breathe, I hope”

Ariel Dumas, writer for Stephen Colbert tweeted;

“Whatever Happens, I’m Just Glad We Ruined Brett Kavanaugh’s Life.
10/06/2018 @6:36 pm…..


Ruined Him?
They always underestimate Christians.
We Welcome Our Trials and Tribulations.
They Make Us Stronger and Keep Us Humble.
They Strengthen Our Testimonies and Perseverance.
They Unite Us In Prayer, They Increase Our Numbers.
They Rise Us Up In Fellowship and Tempers Our Resolve.
Most Importantly Of All, They Keep US Closer To Our Father.

Ruined Justice Brett Kavanaugh?
No, they only managed to make the Honorable Judge stronger and more invincible.

Ephesians 6:12 – For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high [places].

Here’s how things are going to start unraveling….

After having confirmed The Honorable Justice Brett Michael Kavanaugh 👨‍⚖️ despite the hate and slander from the left, we’re going to take many Democratic & Rino seats on November 8th 2018….. It Will Be A Day of Reckoning For Patriot Americans.

In 2020 we’re going to unseat even more Democrat & Rinos and re-elect our awesome President Donald J. Trump and his beautiful First Lady Melania Trump.

Then, in 2021 & 2022 we’re going to replace Justice Ginsburg & Justice Breyer…..
Perhaps with Justice Amey Barrett, she even frightens the Catholic Nuns  and unseat even more Rinos affording our President a strong and loyal House and Senate.

Also in 2022, Lisa Murkowski will be unseated by Alaska’s very own Momma Bear 🐻 Sarah Palin .

We’re going to do this in just that order…

We Christians and American Patriots are tired of the hate and violence against us.
We’re sick of the perversions that are destroying the inner core of this exceptional Constitutional Republic and corrupting the hearts of our precious children..

Americas Patriots are
#KeepingAmericaGreat and #WinningForAmerica With #BigBadDon

Big Bad Don

Thank You

President Donald J. Trump
First Lady Melania Trump
Justice Brett Kavanaugh
Senator Chuck Grassley
U.S. Senator Susan Collins
Lindsey Graham

Those Senators who could see through this fog of slander and lies and who remained strong and steadfast during the chaos of these violent mobs, their threats and intimidation, we Thank You for your courageous vote to confirm
The Honorable Justice Brett Michael Kavanaugh.

You have united us, you have made us stronger, you have made us proud…………

Now we know who and where our enemies are and we will defeat them….

Support/lean support (51)

These senators have explicitly voiced their support for Kavanaugh’s confirmation and/or praised his selection and his record.

Lamar Alexander(R-TN) »


2018 reelection
John Barrasso(R-WY) »


Roy Blunt(R-MO) »


John Boozman(R-AR) »


Richard Burr(R-NC) »


Shelley Capito(R-WV) »

Bill Cassidy(R-LA) »


Susan Collins(R-ME) »


Bob Corker(R-TN) »


John Cornyn(R-TX) »


Tom Cotton(R-AR) »


Michael Crapo(R-ID) »

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Ted Cruz(R-TX) »


Steve Daines(R-MT) »


Michael Enzi(R-WY) »


Joni Ernst(R-IA) »


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Deb Fischer(R-NE) »


Jeff Flake(R-AZ) »

Cory Gardner(R-CO) »


Lindsey Graham(R-SC) »


Charles Grassley(R-IA) »


Orrin Hatch(R-UT) »


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Dean Heller(R-NV) »


John Hoeven(R-ND) »

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Cindy Hyde-Smith(R-MS) »


James Inhofe(R-OK) »


John Isakson(R-GA) »


Ron Johnson(R-WI) »


John Kennedy(R-LA) »


Jon Kyl(R-AZ) »

James Lankford(R-OK) »


Mike Lee(R-UT) »


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Joe Manchin(D-WV) »


Mitch McConnell(R-KY) »


Jerry Moran(R-KS) »


Rand Paul(R-KY) »

David Perdue(R-GA) »


Robert Portman(R-OH) »


James Risch(R-ID) »


Pat Roberts(R-KS) »


Mike Rounds(R-SD) »


Marco Rubio(R-FL) »

Benjamin Sasse(R-NE) »


Tim Scott(R-SC) »


Richard Shelby(R-AL) »


Dan Sullivan(R-AK) »


John Thune(R-SD) »


Thom Tillis(R-NC) »

Patrick Toomey(R-PA) »


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Roger Wicker(R-MS) »


Todd Young(R-IN) »


Oppose/lean oppose (49)

These senators have expressed their opposition to Kavanaugh’s confirmation and/or voiced concerns about Kavanaugh and his record.

2018 reelection
Tammy Baldwin(D-WI) »

Michael Bennet(D-CO) »

Richard Blumenthal(D-CT) »

Cory Booker(D-NJ) »

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Sherrod Brown(D-OH) »

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Maria Cantwell(D-WA) »

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Benjamin Cardin(D-MD) »

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Thomas Carper(D-DE) »

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Bob Casey(D-PA) »

Chris Coons(D-DE) »

Catherine Cortez Masto(D-NV) »

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Joe Donnelly(D-IN) »

Tammy Duckworth(D-IL) »

Richard Durbin(D-IL) »

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Dianne Feinstein(D-CA) »

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Kirsten Gillibrand(D-NY) »

Kamala Harris(D-CA) »

Maggie Hassan(D-NH) »

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Martin Heinrich(D-NM) »

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Heidi Heitkamp(D-ND) »

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Mazie Hirono(D-HI) »

Doug Jones(D-AL) »

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Timothy Kaine(D-VA) »

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Angus King(I-ME) »

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Amy Klobuchar(D-MN) »

Patrick Leahy(D-VT) »

Edward Markey(D-MA) »

2018 reelection
Claire McCaskill(D-MO) »

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Robert Menendez(D-NJ) »

Jeff Merkley(D-OR) »

Lisa Murkowski(R-AK) »

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Christopher Murphy(D-CT) »

Patty Murray(D-WA) »

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Bill Nelson(D-FL) »

Gary Peters(D-MI) »

Jack Reed(D-RI) »

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Bernie Sanders(I-VT) »

Brian Schatz(D-HI) »

Charles Schumer(D-NY) »

Jeanne Shaheen(D-NH) »

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Tina Smith(D-MN) »

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Debbie Stabenow(D-MI) »

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Jon Tester(D-MT) »

Tom Udall(D-NM) »

Chris Van Hollen(D-MD) »

Mark Warner(D-VA) »

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Elizabeth Warren(D-MA) »

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Sheldon Whitehouse(D-RI) »

Ron Wyden(D-OR) »

Denmark to UN: NO thanks, no more refugees

Refugee Resettlement Watch

Invasion of Europe news…..

It isn’t just those mean ol’ eastern European countries like Hungary and Poland that are unwilling to accept refugees, Denmark has had enough.  So has Austria and Italy.

From The Local Denmark:

Denmark refuses to take in UN quota refugees in 2018

Denmark said Thursday it would not take in any refugees under the UN’s quota system in 2018, focusing instead on integrating those recently arrived in the country.

In 2016, the Scandinavian country suspended its participation in the UN refugee quota system, and has yet to resume it.

Inger Stoejberg Inger Stoejberg Immigration Minister.  See the story from two years ago about Denmark taking valuables from migrants to help pay for their keep.  The Left was very unhappy:    https://www.timesofisrael.com/denmark-approves-plan-to-seize-migrants-valuables/

“We’re still in a situation where we’re struggling to integrate the many refugees who have come to Denmark in recent years,” Immigration Minister Inger Støjberg said…

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The ‘headhunters’ at Jewish Family Service tell companies about the tax benefit of hiring refugees

Refugee Resettlement Watch

We’ve been talking a lot lately about the big bucks involved in the refugee industry—first with the federal ‘non-profit’ contractors and also with global corporations hiring refugees and other immigrants


Screenshot (1472) Jewish Family Service of San Diego offers employment services for corporations.

Thanks to reader Kevin for directing me to the website of Jewish Family Service San Diegoand a page they post for the business clients.

When I see this kind of information it reminds me that there is no longer such a thing as capitalism without the federal government putting a thumb on the scales for certain businesses, or to benefit certain sharp operators who use their connections to Senators and Members of Congress to aquire financially lucrative deals for government contracts.

But I digress….

Below is a screenshot of a portion of Jewish Family Service San Diegowebsite as they fulfill their role as a ‘headhunter’ helping…

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It’s official: US admits lowest number of refugees since Jimmy Carter’s Refugee Act signed in to law

Refugee Resettlement Watch

Yesterday ended Donald Trump’s first full fiscal year for refugee admissions as FY18 officially came to a close.

Trump and GW Bush President Trump breaks the GW Bush record for the lowest refugee admissions. However, I’m going to say it over and over again—-lowering the numbers for a few years is meaningless without a serious push for robust reform of the entire US Refugee Admissions Program!

The previous low admission year record belongs to George Bush who put the breaks on the US Refugee Admissions Program in 2002 with 27,070 arrivals due to fear of another 9/11.

Expect the media today to make comparisons to the mythical 110,000 refugee CEILINGthat Obama proposed as he was walking out the door.  They never mention that their hero had a couple of low years when he admitted tens of thousands below the ceiling he had proposed (click that link above and see the chart).

George Bush’s…

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Chobani yogurt tycoon, Hamdi Ulukaya, gets Global Citizen award from DC think tank along with Cindy McCain

Refugee Resettlement Watch

What does this have to do with refugees?

Everything(!) because Chobani CEO Hamdi Ulukaya is the primary pusher, through his Tent Foundation***, for global corporations to promote bringing more refugees to the US (and to move others around the world) to provide them with a steady supply of cheap LEGAL immigrant labor.

We have written a lot about Chobani Yogurt and its hiring practices in New York and in Twin Falls, Idaho. See my Chobani files here.

Chobani was back in the news this week because he received a Global Citizen Awardalong with the ‘maverick’s’ widow.  I suspect if someone researched the Atlantic Council you would find George Soros lurking somewhere in its background!

The gang is all here…..

global citizen awards

I laughed to see the headline at Breitbart, thanks to Richard @highblueridge for sending it:

Chobani CEO Pleads with Corporations to Hire Refugees: U.S. Needs ‘Humanity First’ Immigration…

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Refugee program costs US taxpayers $125 billion over ten years

Refugee Resettlement Watch

“The costs are staggering. The costs are truly staggering!” 

(Don Barnett, Fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies)

I reported a few days agoon the ‘Report to Congress’ released by the US State Department as part of the consultation with Congress requirement of the Administration when determining how many refugees will be admitted to the US beginning on Monday.

cover fy19 report

Here LifeZette analyzed a portion of that report about what you pay for the program (actually only a small portion of the costs!).

America’s refugee program cost taxpayers more than $125 billion over a 10-year period, according to a Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) report to Congress on a proposed cut in the émigré cap.

The report accounts for refugees resettled from abroad, foreigners in the United States granted asylum, and people participating in special programs set up for Iraqis, Cubans, Haitians, and Amerasians from Vietnam.

The cost…

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