Wicked Commentary

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s march to the White House goes through the voting booth in November — and the future is looking better for the Trump campaign by the day.

Down across the board in early polling, Trump’s campaign has seemingly turned things around since the Republican National Convention.

And according to a CNN/ORC Poll released Monday, Trump is now beating Clinton. Big time.

In a four-way matchup between Trump, Clinton and Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, Trump claims 44% of support, a 5% lead over Clinton (39%). In a head-to-head matchup, Trump still tops Clinton, 48% to 45%.

It’s largely thanks to a large 6-point post-RNC bounce, CNN reports. “Trump’s new edge rests largely on increased support among independents, 43% of whom said that Trump’s convention in Cleveland left them more likely to back him, while 41% were dissuaded. Pre-convention, independents split 34% Clinton to 31% Trump, with sizable numbers behind Johnson (22%) and Stein (10%). Now, 46% say they back Trump, 28% Clinton, 15% Johnson and 4% Stein.”

When that polling data is applied to The Horn News’ estimated electoral college map, things look good for the Trump campaign in November —

Source: Refugees secretly flooding into these states Despite more reports in recent weeks about Muslim “refugees” raping and attacking people in the U.S. and Europe, President Obama has ramped up his Syrian refugee program – delivering 625 to U.S. cities in one week and crossing the 6,000 mark for total Syrians who have entered the […]

Only 12 states and the District of Columbia have not received any Syrian refugees so far in fiscal 2016. Those states include Alaska, Alabama, Delaware, Arkansas, Hawaii, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont, Wyoming and West Virginia.

Wyoming is the only state that does not participate in the federal refugee program. Montana has been among the states being eyed for future resettlement of Syrians. A resettlement office has been opened there but so far no Syrians have arrived.

More than 99 percent of the Syrians being permanently resettled in the U.S. are Muslim, with less than 1 percent being Christian.

The U.S. resettled 1,682 Syrians in fiscal year 2015 and only 105 in 2014.

The 10,000 Syrian refugees coming in fiscal 2016 are in addition to the 75,000 refugees being delivered to U.S. cities and towns from all other countries. They come from Somalia, Afghanistan, Sudan, Iraq, Burma, Bosnia, Congo and many other countries. The refugee drop-offs are done in almost total secrecy, often without the knowledge of even the mayor or schools superintendent.

WND reported last week that in Lowell, Massachusetts, a 13-year-old girl was twice groped at a public pool July 7 by a 22-year-old man freshly imported into the community from Syria as a “refugee.”

Is your city a Syrian destination?

Cities receiving Syrian refugees over the past nine months include the following:

  • Arizona: Glendale, Tucson, Phoenix
  • California: San Diego, Sacramento, Los Angeles
  • Connecticut: New Haven, Hartford, New Britain, Stratford, West Haven
  • Florida: Tampa, Clearwater, Jacksonville, Del Ray Beach, Palm Beach, Miami, Orlando, Kissimmee, Lauderdale Lakes, Opa-Locka, Pensacola and Tallahassee
  • Georgia: Atlanta, Savannah, Stone Mountain, Marietta
  • Illinois: Chicago, Rockford, Aurora, Moline, Hickory Hills
  • Colorado: Denver and Thornton, Colorado
  • Idaho: Boise
  • Indiana: Indianapolis and Carmel
  • Des Moines: Iowa
  • Kansas: Kansas City and Wichita
  • Kentucky: Louisville and Lexington
  • Louisiana: New Orleans and Baton Rouge
  • Maine: Portland
  • Maryland: Baltimore, Riverdale, Ellicott City, Silver Spring
  • Massachusetts: Worcester, Springfield-West Springfield, Lowell, Westfield, Billerica
  • Michigan: Dearborn, Clinton Township, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Troy, Battle Creek, Ann Arbor, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township, W. Bloomfield Township, Madison Heights, Sterling Heights, Ypsilanti, Lansing
  • Minnesota: Minneapolis, Rochester and Savage
  • Missouri: Saint Louis, Columbia, Creve Coeur, Kansas City
  • Nebraska: Omaha
  • New Hampshire: Concord
  • New Mexico: Albuquerque
  • New York: Buffalo, Albany, Syracuse, Brooklyn, Utica, Rochester, New York
  • New Jersey: Elizabeth, Camden, Bellmawr, Hawthorne, Jersey City, Moorestown, Woodland Park and Paterson
  • Nevada: Las Vegas
  • North Carolina: High Point, Raleigh-Durham, Greensboro, Winston-Salem and Charlotte
  • Ohio: Columbus, Toledo and Cleveland
  • Oklahoma: Tulsa
  • Oregon: Portland and Beaverton
  • Pennsylvania: Erie, Philadelphia, Harrisburg and Pittsburgh
  • Rhode Island: Providence
  • South Carolina: Columbia
  • Tennessee: Nashville and Memphis
  • Texas: Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, Plano, Sugar Land, Tomball and San Antonio
  • Utah: Salt Lake City
  • Virginia: Charlottesville, Newport News, Roanoke, Harrisonburg, Powhatan and Falls Church
  • Washington: Spokane, Seattle, Richland, Kent
  • Wisconsin: Oshkosh, Sheboygan, Milwaukee, Madison.

One city listed above that has received Syrian Muslims, Palm Beach, Florida just arrested 3 Muslims who had a Syrian contact.

Where Muslims migrate, mosques are built. Where mosques are, sharia and jihad are preached. Where sharia and jihad are preached, freedom of non-Muslims erodes quickly and terrorists are bred. Your town or city is next.

Despite more reports in recent weeks about Muslim “refugees” raping and attacking people in the U.S. and Europe, President Obama has ramped up his Syrian refugee program – delivering 625 to U.S. cities in one week and crossing the 6,000 mark for total Syrians who have entered the country since October.

With a little over two months before the Sept. 30 deadline to fulfill his promise to the United Nations to resettle 10,000 Syrians, Obama has delivered 6,227 Syrian migrants to 38 states and dozens of cities.

That means more than 1,000 have arrived just since July 1.

Of the 6,227 total who arrived since Oct. 1, 2015, only 23 have been Christian and 10 Yazidi. All the of the remaining 6,194 Syrians, more than 98 percent, have been Sunni Muslim. That’s the same sect that makes up the ranks of ISIS, al-Nusra Front and other groups that are viciously persecuting Christians in Syria.

Michigan, California, Arizona, Texas and Illinois are the top five states for numbers of Syrian refugees received so far in fiscal 2016. These refugees are hand-selected by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to be permanently resettled in the U.S.


via Muslim “refugees” secretly flooding into these U.S. states — Creeping Sharia

Rush Limbaugh believes Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, exercised poor judgment in deciding to make his “stand on principle” speech at the Republican National Convention Wednesday night and refusing to endorse Donald Trump.

“I thought Ted Cruz might have chosen the wrong occasion and the wrong time to make a stand on principle, but he did it,” Limbaugh said during his Thursday show.

On his Monday show, Limbaugh said he is in the Never Hillary camp now, saying he cannot abide another four or eight years of Obama-style fundamental transformation of America.

“If it meant the end of this radio show, if supporting Trump meant the end of this radio show but that meant the end of Hillary, then that’s what I would do. It’s that important to me,” said the conservative icon.

You know when Rush Limbaugh comes out and chastises Cruz, ole Ted made a huge mistake.

Rush, unlike some other so called conservatives realizes that Hillary is the worst choice for president there ever has been. I hope other #NeverTrumpers come to the same conclusion. We can’t have this criminal in our White House.

Just as many thought, Ted Cruz followed through with his nasty and divisive ambush last night. His speech started out good enough, although his droning on and on makes one want to scream “shut up and finish up”.

Then at the end of his speech came the ambush. He did not endorse Trump and told people to vote their conscience. Vote for the ticket up and down on the candidates you think will support freedom. (paraphrased)

I don’t think in my life time I’ve ever seen this kind of selfish, petty and destructive act last night.

He has no love for this country or the people. To tell people to vote their conscience he basically said, “give the election away to Hillary Clinton and in 2020 I’ll be back to run for president and we can throw her out”.

That’s been tried before and how well did that work? It didn’t and it gave us 8 miserable years of Obama.

I would like to tell him that his aspirations to be the next president are gone. He committed political suicide last night. Towards the end of his run in this campaign a lot of people who supported Cruz turned against him and voted for Trump. They said they were disgusted with Cruz’s dirty tricks and constant lies.

If there are conservatives who are going to not vote and allow Hillary Clinton to win, I blame them for what happens to our country afterwards. And there may not be any future elections if she is chosen to be president.

After the Convention closed, a reporter on C-span talked to some delegates from Texas. Surprisingly they were not happy with what Cruz had done. One woman said she now questions Cruz’s claim of being a man of God after what he did. She also said she sees no political future for Cruz in Texas.

On Twitter, the percentage of people who thought Cruz made a huge mistake was about 90%. He got hammered over and over. He also gave fodder to the left to continue their attacks on the Republican convention as being a train wreck. The left likes to eat that up and repeat it over again. We know it’s not true, but we have a leftist media who feeds on anything they can to denigrate conservatives. 

Here a just a few of the tweets that were hammering Cruz last night. Most tweets were similar to the ones I am posting.

Thank God Lyin’ Ted Cruz didn’t win nomination. Imagine another self-serving globalist politician in WH.

Ted Cruz is now hands down the biggest baby in politics! What a horses ass!

Tonight Ted Cruz proved he’s a divider not a uniter. American Deserves Better.

I’m surprised Ted Cruz didn’t douse himself in gasoline and strike a match. Oh, wait. He did.

Guess what? The Melania story is over. Ted Cruz asshattery is now THE STORY.

Trish Retweeted Wayne Allyn Root

Ted Cruz is a spiteful petty vindictive little man. I humbly ask president Trump to Deport Cruz!

Trish added,

GOP Delegates Turn on Ted Cruz: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) was dramatically booed by the majority of…

Ted Cruz committed the single stupidest political act in GOP history. Breathtaking arrogance.

Ted Cruz ruined it for himself a self Saboteur he’s a choker he lies he will never ever be in the White House. Ted Cruz go back to Canada

Ted’s just punishment was being booed off the stage while other delegates shouted Trump, Trump, Trump.




For Full article see Horn News:

Ted Cruz and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump started the 2016 presidential primary fast friends — but their political alliance quickly descended into a fierce rivalry.

Cruz’s supporters have spent the Republican National Convention attempting a coup designed to give Cruz the nomination, and trying to force through rules changes for Cruz’s long-term benefit.

Now, with Cruz set to deliver a speech today, some are left wondering — will Cruz put aside his own political ambitions, heed calls for party unity, and formally endorse Trump on the big stage?

Not likely, according to political experts, who have hinted that Cruz may instead have a last-minute ambush planned to embarrass Trump in front of a national audience.

The conservative senator repeatedly clashed with Trump during a bitter primary fight, with the New York billionaire repeatedly mocking the lawmaker as “Lyin’ Ted.”

If rumors are true, Cruz has his own mockery planned.

With an eye toward 2020, early reports indicate that Cruz’s team drafted his convention speech to focus on adherence to the Constitution, with some political backhands at Trump thrown in.

Cruz has not endorsed Trump despite pleas for party unity from the campaign and party officials. Nor is he expected to in his speech, the senator’s aides admit.

And Cruz’s refusal to endorse Trump will be the biggest story line to come out of Cruz’s speech, no matter what else he says.

Cruz only seems interested in setting himself up for another future run at president.

Before Trump even accepts the nomination, Cruz’s supporters as well as critics say undercurrents in Cleveland are emboldening the senator’s band of believers and stoking his 2020 prospects, should Trump lose in November.

So what Cruz says Wednesday during his prime-time convention speech will be closely watched for clues about his presidential aspirations.

I truly hope this is not what Cruz does. I would hate to see him embarrass himself this bad. He would only get booed and his aspirations would be finished. He needs to step outside of himself and join with the unification that most Republicans have accepted.

by: Anthony Shoemaker, Dayton Daily News


Veterans, political outsiders, faith leaders and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s family members will lead an unconventional lineup of speakers who have real-world experience and will make a serious case against the political status quo and for an agenda they say will make America great again.

Daily themes and headliners:

Monday: Make America Safe Again

Headliners: Trump’s wife, Melania Trump, Lt. Gen. (ret.) Michael Flynn, U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, Jason Beardsley and U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Mont.

Tuesday: Make America Work Again

Headliners: Tiffany Trump, Kerry Woolard, Donald Trump, Jr., U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W. Va., former GOP presidental candidate Ben Carson and Kimberlin Brown.

Wednesday: Make America First Again

Headliners: Lynne Patton; Eric Trump; former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich, and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, whom Trump has chosen as his vice presidential running mate.

Thursday: Make America One Again

Headliners: Peter Thiel, Tom Barrack, Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump

Among the scheduled speakers are Scott Baio, an actor best known for his role as Chachi Arcola on the sitcom “Happy Days,” “Ducky Dynasty” patriarch Willie Robertson and actor Antonio Sabato Jr., best known for his roles on the soap operas “General Hospital” and “The Bold and the Beautiful.”

The first day of the RNC is scheduled to kick off at 1 p.m. ET in Cleveland. Other scheduled speakers include Trump’s wife, Melania, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama).

What time is it on?

The convention starts at 1 p.m. each afternoon, but the main speakers will be seen in primetime (starting at 8 p.m. ET).

What channel is it on?

If you are looking for gavel-to-gavel TV coverage, C-SPAN is the place you probably want to be. According to the network, they will began coverage at 11 a.m. and will have a daily wrap-up of the afternoon activities at 4:30 p.m. ET. They also plan to have a pre-primetime convention show at 7 p.m. ET each night.

What about TV?

For the cable channels:

MSNBC will have 20 hours of daily, live reporting from the RNC.

RNC-TV is an offering by some cable and satellite providers.  The channel will present all-day coverage of the convention. Ask your cable/satellite provider if they are offering it. It will be called either “RNC” or “RNCTV.”

CNN is broadcasting from the convention center with 24 hours of live programing. At 9 p.m. ET,  “America’s Choice 2016,” will focus on those speaking in primetime. Look for CNN’s digital coverage, too, with CNNgo, Snapchat coverage, and CNNVR.

Fox News is broadcasting from the convention with coverage throughout the day. It’s primetime coverage begins at 7 p.m. and closes out the day with a 2-hour “Hannity” beginning at 11 p.m. ET each night.

The Networks:

The three major networks, NBC, ABC and CBS, will host an hour of coverage during the convention’s primetime.

CBS News — Campaign 2016 coverage from 10 to 11 p.m. ET.

ABC News — “Your Voice Your Vote” from 10 to 11 p.m. ET

NBC News — Primetime coverage from 10 to 11 p.m. ET

If you have DirecTV you can watch all day, unfiltered, commercial free without panelists.

Live Streaming:

You can download the official RNC app,  provided by Google. The live stream will get you a 360-degree view of the Quicken Loans Arena. Plus other extras like bios and a list of speakers. Twitter will be live streaming with CBS News to stream CBSN’s coverage of the RNC.

YouTube is offering a live stream, click here to see it. 

FOX News and C-Span are also live streaming, via Facebook. According to Heavy.com, Facebook has invited 22 companies to use their lounge to broadcast live video of the RNC.

Complete list of speakers for Monday night will be the following:

Lt. Gen. (ret.) Michael Flynn, Sen. Joni Ernst, Jason Beardsley, and Rep. Ryan Zinke, Willie Robertson (CEO of Duck Commander), (Former) Gov. Rick Perry, Marcus Luttrell, Scott Baio, Pat Smith (mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith), Mark Geist, John Tiegen, Kent Terry & Kelly Terry-Willis, Antonio Sabato Jr., Marry Ann Mendoza, Sabine Durden, Jamiel Shaw, Rep. Michael McCaul, Darryl Glenn, Sen. Tom Cotton, Karen Vaughn, Sen. Jeff Session, and (former) Mayor Rudy Giuliani.


From the Conservative Tribune

In a cringe-worthy vote this week, Senate Democrats blocked legislation that would financially support U.S. troops.

According to The Washington Free Beacon, Dems also prevented a vote on a bill that would fund the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Things have been tough for the nation’s veterans throughout the Obama administration, of course. And this isn’t the first time Democrats have voted against veterans. In fact, they blocked a vote on the fiscal year 2017 defense appropriations bill for the second time in the month of July.

The bill would have provided funding to the United States armed forces, including money to pay American service members.

But that’s not all. That same day, Democrats also prevented a vote on the fiscal year Military Construction and Veterans Affairs.

However, Republicans sponsored the bill, and GOP Senate members spoke out against Dems for blocking the vote.

Senator Ron Johnson, R., Wis., was one of those members who voiced his opinion, saying: “I am disappointed that Senate Democrats are irresponsibly blocking the defense appropriations bill. Delaying consideration of this bill jeopardizes our national security and military readiness.”

“The defense of the United States and the American people is the federal government’s top priority. It’s only because of the continued sacrifices of our service members, the finest among us, that we are able to enjoy America’s many freedoms,” he continued.

“We owe it to our troops to ensure that they have the resources they need to protect themselves and defend our freedoms in the face of continued threats overseas.”

Democrats then threatened to block all appropriations bills in the name of “fair funding” and “parity” — that is, they want to make sure their domestic programs are funded the way the national defense is funded. To Democrats those priorities are the same.

Once again the Democrat/Commies show their traitorous disrespect of our military. They are completely despicable.


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