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http://goppresidential.com/2017/07/12/new-york-youth-shows-disrespe...

 New York Youth Shows Disrespect By Blasting This Disgusting Song During A Police Funeral

A 16-year-old boy in the Bronx blasted the song “F*ck Tha Police” out of his apartment window as thousands of police officers attended a funeral service for slain Ofc. Miosotis Familia, executed by a gunman as she sat in her cruiser.

The teenager, Julien Rodriguez, 16, told the New York Post that it was “satisfying” to play the song — by a group called NWA, or Niggaz Wit Attitudes — over and over from his third-story apartment on East 188 Street. He said he did it because his older brother and best friend were unjustifiably killed by cops.

“Since they did not show respect for my brother and my friend, why should I show respect to them?” the teen told The Post.

About 20 officers went up to the apartment to try to halt the music, with one cop speaking to the teen in Spanish about his own time growing up as a Latino in the city, law-enforcement sources said.

 

Originally published by the Daily Wire.

http://goppresidential.com/2017/07/11/ted-cruz-takes-a-stand-against-senate-rinos/

  Texas Senator,  Ted Cruz Takes A Stand Against Senate RINOs.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, joined the growing chorus of lawmakers calling on Congress to forego its August recess until it passes legislation to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

“It’s crazy that we would be taking a recess,” Cruz told Fox News’ “Hannity” Monday night. “There are a bunch of us, myself included, that have been urging leadership back from January [to] not take any recesses.

“Let’s work every day, let’s work weekends, let’s work until we get the job done,” Cruz added. “We have a job to do and a short window of time, and so we ought to stop taking recesses, stop taking time off and just keep going until we get it done.”

The former presidential candidate has found himself at the center of the Senate GOP’s internecine warfare over healthcare legslation after Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., postponed a vote on legislation he had written largely in secret.

 Originally published by Fox News

http://goppresidential.com/2017/07/11/ted-cruz-takes-a-stand-against-senate-rinos/

  Texas Senator,  Ted Cruz Takes A Stand Against Senate RINOs.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, joined the growing chorus of lawmakers calling on Congress to forego its August recess until it passes legislation to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

“It’s crazy that we would be taking a recess,” Cruz told Fox News’ “Hannity” Monday night. “There are a bunch of us, myself included, that have been urging leadership back from January [to] not take any recesses.

“Let’s work every day, let’s work weekends, let’s work until we get the job done,” Cruz added. “We have a job to do and a short window of time, and so we ought to stop taking recesses, stop taking time off and just keep going until we get it done.”

The former presidential candidate has found himself at the center of the Senate GOP’s internecine warfare over healthcare legslation after Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., postponed a vote on legislation he had written largely in secret.

 Originally published by Fox News

http://goppresidential.com/2017/07/11/traitorous-us-soldier-arrested-for-supporting-isis/

          Traitorous US Soldier Arrested For Supporting ISIS.

An active duty Hawaii soldier remains in federal custody after he was arrested for allegedly trying to provide material support and training to the islamic State group.

A criminal complaint alleges that Ikaika Erik Kang, 34, was arrested at his Waipahu apartment Saturday, shortly after pledging his loyalty to ISIS and telling an undercover federal agent that he wanted to kill “a bunch of people.”

“A probable cause arrest was made in the interest of public safety,” Honolulu FBI Special Agent in Charge Paul D. Delacourt said Monday, after Kang’s first appearance in federal court.

He added, “We believe that Kang was a lone actor and was not associated with others who present a threat to Hawaii.”

  Originally published by Hawaii News Now.

I am not getting any notices from TPO.  It is probably Ning because the other site I am on is not giving me notices and some of the others aren't getting them either.

Ray you may need to check since you are the Head Honcho!!! <smile>

Drive carefully Ray and stay safe.

I am not receiving them either. I JUST now noticed because you said something! If it persists i will contact NING.
The follow button is missing!

It appears on my computer.

Not on my phone BUT i did receive your post on my email Mangus. Progress! Lol.
I highly recommend reading Dianes post/blog about subversives just below. Highly educational vs the muslim world!

I just sent you a message Ray and it said it might go to spam since I put "big bucks" in it.  They are still working on the site because it doesn't have info on the left side who commented.  I can't find follow on mine either.  At least I am getting notices for how long I don't know!!!  I don't see Diane's post at all.

Guess What Happens In States Where Food Stamp Recipients Have To Work

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Leftists are constantly reminding of us of the merits of welfare. They tell us that without the help of taxpayer-funded handouts, millions of Americans will starve or be left homeless. There’s no doubt that some people really do need help, but this black and white view of welfare doesn’t paint the full picture. Conservatives and libertarians have suspected for decades that many of the people on welfare are actually mooching off of the system. So to reconcile the need to help people who are helpless with the very really problem of people abusing the system, they’ve come up with a great compromise.

In regards to food stamps, they’ve suggested that we offer food assistance on the condition that the recipients are working. Or at the very least, that they volunteer or community service or are making an effort to train themselves for a new job. So what happens in states that have work requirements for food stam...?

Alabama began 2017 by requiring able-bodied adults without children in 13 counties to either find a job or participate in work training as a condition for continuing to receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.

According to AL.com, the number of those recipients declined from 5,538 to 831 between Jan. 1 and the beginning of May – an 85 percent drop.

Similar changes were implemented in select counties in Georgia and by the end of the first three months, the number of adults receiving benefits in three participating counties dropped 58 percent, according to the Georgia Public Policy Foundation.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution recently reported that in 21 additional counties that restored the work requirement, there was a 62 percent drop in SNAP participants.

Of course many leftists will try to shoot holes in this data, by suggesting that perhaps many of these people were working unofficial jobs that paid under the table. Because of that, they were already doing the best they could, and the government cut off their benefits when they couldn’t prove that they were working. The only problem with that assumption, is that we know exactly what happens to people who have to choose between getting cut off from food stamps, and finding a job. Statistics show that they choose to find a job, and their incomes go up drastically. They really weren’t working in the first place.

In October 2014, LePage announced that able-bodied adults would have to find work, spend 20 hours per week in a work program, or perform community service for six hours a week.

Food stamp participation declined 14.5 percent from 235,771 in January 2014 to 201,557 in January 2015, according to the state.

An analysis of a group of 7,000 Mainers who left SNAP in 2014 found their total earnings increased from $3.85 million in the third quarter 2014 to $8.24 million in the last quarter of 2015.

Kansas saw a 75 percent decline after implementing work requirements in 2013. In addition, nearly 60 percent of former beneficiaries found employment within 12 months and their incomes rose by an average of 127 percent per year, according to the Foundation for Government Accountability.

The left will never admit it, but there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that many of the people receiving welfare benefits are able-bodied, and fully capable of finding a job. We know this, because when they’re given the choice between losing a couple hundred dollars per month in benefits, and finding a job that will earn them enough money to not need benefits, they choose to find work. We’re subsidising millions of people who just don’t want to work.

And the other detail that the left will conveniently overlook, is that these people are basically siphoning off money from folks who are genuinely in a bad financial place. There would be more money for people who are actually poor.

This is money that could be spent on those who work their hands to the bone every day to provide for their families, and still can’t pay their bills. Or it could be spent on people who simply need to make ends meet while they’re between jobs. If not for these welfare queens, the government could provide more benefits to people who actually need help. That would lift them out of poverty faster, which could reduce the taxpayer’s burden in the long run.

In short, there’s a lot of people taking advantage of welfare programs like food stamps, which takes money away from the people who really need help in our society. And the left’s welfare policies are enabling them.

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