2019 June, week 6 -- jgo economic news bits

3rd month of the 2nd quarter of the 30th year of the Bush-Clinton-Shrub-Obummer-Trump economic depression

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* repeal vile, hateful, unconstitutional national socialist ObummerDoesn'tCare + Ryan&McConnellDon'tCare (do NOT replace it)

* reform regulation and taxation of charities (differentiate genuine charities from political campaign organizations and crony socialist cabals) and encourage, without subsidizing, mutual benefit associations

* cut immigration/green cards/LPR visas to no more than 175K/year (about what John F. Kennedy thought was reasonable)

* cut O + L + H guest-work visas to no more than 5K/year (total)

* cut F student visas to no more than 10K/year (total) and OPT to 500/year for a term of no more than 3 months

* end visa waivers (everyone must pass a conscientious background investigation, regardless of country of birth or citizenship or most recent residence)

* fence/wall the borders

* terminate/eliminate permission to work from exchange / student exchange / cultural exchange visa programs (you can put on plays, pageants, dance, music, local craftsmanship & industry demonstrations, but not settle in to jobs in hotels, resorts, USA industries, craftsmanship, agriculture, etc.)

* stamp out government abuse of elders & poor people by phasing out unconstitutional Medicaid & Medicare over 3 years

* stamp out government abuse of elders by phasing out the unconstitutional Socialist Insecurity Abomination over 5 years

* end government subsidies for hospitals (and the attached strings)

* end government subsidies for scientific research (except for defense which should cover defense against biological warfare & epidemics)

* repeal regressive income extortion (i.e. repeal 16th amendment; replace with national retail sales tax with hard-cap constitutional top rate of 9.875% structured as a levy on the states)

* revoke the charter of the CFPB and repeal the rest of Dodd-Frank

* revoke the charter of the Federal Reserve System and establish a stable, hard money

* repeal direct election of senators (repeal 17th amendment)

* repeal the unconstitutional Federal Firearms Act and its amendments

* de-fund and repeal the charters of CPB/NPR/PBS

* de-fund the national endowments for arts and humanities and AFI

* de-fund the racist eugenicist Planned Parenthood

* de-fund SBA

* de-fund Export-Import Bank, World Bank, IMF, Asian Development Bank, USAID

* cut foreign aid

* repudiate biased, injust WTO, GATS/TiSA

* re-negotiate or statutorily repudiate/reset GATT & NAFTA

* totally de-fund UN, withdraw membership, and evict them and all their evil spawn from NY and the USA

* cut federal Department of Educationism back to statistical reporting of graduations, diplomas, degrees, and rates thereof (NCES)

* cut Department of Energy by one-third to one-half

* set normal import tariff/duties/taxes to a maximum cap of 9.875%, and MFN to a cap of 8%, dumping penalties to at most 50%, and fraud penalties to at most 120%, eliminate exemptions to bring back burden to between 40% & 65% of all goods and services imported into USA with the aim of reaching an overall weighted average rate of 8%-12.5%

* adopt honest Country of Origin Label requirement for all imports to USA, requiring readable percentage of origin content for up to top 10 places of origin of parts & materials

* beef up export bans and restrictions for national security and to fight intellectual property robbery and fraud

* cut or eliminate HUD, HHS, NIH, CDCP, NSF; limit and focus their funding and work on constitutional functions & objectives

* cut or eliminate federal highway trust funds & DoT FHA Intelligent Transportation Systems & Amtrak

* repeal Anti-Impoundment Act

So, let us join the chorus in calling for immediate resignations of:

Robert B. Aderholt, Pete Aguilar, Lamar Alexander, Mark E. Amodei, »Kelly Ayotte,

Don Bacon, »Xavier Becerra, Michael Bennett, Jaime Herrera Beutler, Corry Bliss, Richard Blumenthal, Cory Booker, John Boozman, »Barbara Boxer, Sherrod Brown,

Ken Calvert, Maria Cantwell, Andre Carson, Bill Cassidy, Joaquin Castro, »Jason Chaffetz, Jim Clyburn, »Cochran, »Mike Coffman, Tom Cole, »Chris Collins, Susan M. Collins, »Conyers, Chris Coons, »Bob Corker, John Cornyn, Ryan A. Costello, »Carlos Curbelo, »John Abney Culberson,

Danny K. Davis, de Blasio, Diana de Gette, Rosa de Lauro, »Jeff Denham, »Charles Dent, Ted Deutch, Mark de Saulnier, Mario Diaz-Balart, Sean Duffy, Dick Durbin,

»Keith Ellison, »Emanuel, Joni Ernst, Anna Eshoo, Adriano Espaillat, »Esty,

»John Faso, Diane Feinstein, Brian FitzPatrick, »Jeff Flake, Charles J. Fleischmann, Jeff Fortenberry, »Al Franken, »Rodney P. Frelinghuysen,

Cory Gardner, »Dolly Gee, Lindsey Grahamnesty, Kay Granger, Charles Grassley, Tom Graves, Al Green, »Gene Green, Michelle Lujan Grisham, »Luis Gutierrez,

Andy Harris, Kamala Harris, Alcee Hastings, »Orrin D. Hatch, »Dean Heller, Jim Himes, »Ruben Hinojosa, Steny Hoyer, Will Hurd,

Johnny Isakson, Sheila Jackson-Lee, Pramila Jayapal, Hakeem Jeffries, »Evan H. Jenkins, Ron Johnson, David P. Joyce,

Tim Kaine, Marcie Kaptur, »John Kasich, John Katko, Robin Kelly, Ro Khanna, Peter T. King, Amy Klobuchar, »Stephen/Steve Knight,

»Leonard Lance, James Lankford, Al Lawson, Patrick Leahy, Barbara Lee, Sheila Jackson Lee, Zoe Lofgren, »Mia Love, »Michelle Lujan-Grisham,

»Michael Madigan, Thomas Massie, Kevin McCarthy, Mitch McConnell, Jerry McNerney, Gregory W. Meeks, »Mikulski, John R. Moolenaar, Jerry Moran, Lisa Murkowski, Chris Murphy,

Gerrold Nadler, Grace Napolitano, »Bill Nelson, Dan Newhouse,

Steven Palazzo, »Erik Paulsen, Nasty Pelosi, Mark Pocan, Rob Portman, David Price,

Mike Quigley,

Tom Reed, »David Reichert, Pat Roberts, Martha Roby, Harold/Hal Rogers, »Thomas J. Rooney, »Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Mike Rounds, Marco Rubio, John Rutherford, »Paul Ryan,

Adam B. Schiff/Shiftless, Schmuckie Schumer, »Pete Sessions, Michael K. Simpson, Chris Smith, Elise Stefanik, Chris Stewart, Steve Stivers, Eric Swalwell,

»Scott Taylor, Bennie Thompson, John Thune, Thom Tillis (with staffer Daniel Keylin), »David Trott,

Fred Upton,

David G. Valadao,

Mark Warner, Maxine Waters, Frederica Wilson, Steve Womack, »Rob Woodhall,

»Kevin Yoder, »David Young;

Zuckerberg, Young, Weaver, Wasson, Vestberg, Tesija, Steyer, Soros, Slater, Schulman, Rometty, Robbins, Otis, O'Rourke, Northam, Nooyi, Murdoch, Muilenburg, McAdam, Laguarta, Keeth, Hinojosa, Healey, Haythornthwaite, Larry Ellison, Cook, Carrion, Bloomberg, Bezos, Bertolini, Banga, Archambeau, Adamczyk, all Alphabet/Google/YouTube executives (Bock, Brin, Hogue, Murillo, Naughton, Page, Pichai, Porat, Schmidt, Walker...), the whole 9th circus... and they should move in shame into remote caves smaller than 200 square feet each for an ascetic life of repentance.


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  "How many accidental deaths among children 14 and under were the result of firearms? In 1998 (the latest data as of this writing), the figure was 121. So are guns a 'significant' cause of death among children? To answer this question, consider other figures for accidental deaths in the same age group: 2,566 children died in automobile accidents, 1,003 died from drowning, 661 from accidental suffocation, and 608 from accidental burns. But the media won't tell you that." --- G. Gordon Liddy 2002 _When I Was a Kid, This Was a Free Country_ pp27-28  


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2019 June, week 6 - jgo economic news bits

3rd month of the 2nd quarter of the 30th year of the Bush-Clinton-Shrub-Obummer-Trump economic depression




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2019-06-30 (5779 Sivan 27)

It has been 891 days since president Donald J. Trump was inaugurated, and congress & oath-breaking judges are still blocking visa/immigration & border security reforms, & repeal of evil, unconstitutional, privacy-violating, national socialist ObummerDoesn'tCare.   Cut student, refugee, asylum, exchange, guest-work, green card visas.   Establish standards.   Conduct conscientious background investigations on visa applicants.   Terminate visa waivers.   Fence/wall all USA 🇺🇸 land-borders (6800 miles, 7479 miles, whatever; encyst the towns sitting across both sides the border) and improve ports to better track who enters and exits and when.

2019-06-30 (5779 Sivan 27)
Daniel Greenfield _Front Page Magazine_
typhus tourism in crazy California

2019-06-30 (5779 Sivan 27)
Neil Munro _Breitbart_
Gallup poll: 64% of university grads, 47% of those with "some college", 52% with up to a HS diploma have been deluded to believe excessive in-flow of cheap, pliant foreign labor with flexible ethics "mostly help" USA economy
Republicans, Illiberal Leftists/ Dems/ Reds/ Regressives/ Fascists/ Marxists/ Communists/ Collectivists alike are pushing evil S386 for more cheap, young, pliant, low-skilled, students & guest-workers & green-card (J, CPT, OPT, M, H, E, LPR...) grantees to displace more able & willing USA citizen workers from employment, further worsening STEM job markets
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2019-06-30 (5779 Sivan 27)
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2019-06-30 (5779 Sivan 27)
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  "Republicans passed the 13th amendment, ending slavery, with 80% of Democrats voting against it. Republicans enacted the 14th amendment, granting freed slaves the rights of citizenship -- unanimously supported by Republicans and unanimously opposed by Democrats. Republicans passed the 15th amendment, giving freed-men the right to vote. Republicans passed the Civil Rights Act of 1866, conferring US citizenship on all African Americans and according them 'full and equal benefit of all laws' -- unanimously supported by Republicans, who had to over-ride Democrat president Andrew Johnson's veto. Republicans passed the ReConstruction Act of 1867. Republicans sent federal troops to the Democratic South to enforce the constitutional rights of the newly freed slaves. Republicans were the first targets of the Ku Klux Klan, during ReConstruction. Republicans continued trying to pass federal civil rights laws for a century following the Civil War -- most of which the Democrats blocked -- including a bill banning racial discrimination in public acommodations in 1875; a bill guaranteeing blacks the right to vote in the South in 1890; anti-lynching bills in 1922, 1935, and 1938; and anti-poll-tax bills in 1942, 1944, and 1946. A Republican president, Theodore Roosevelt, invited Booker T. Washington to dine at the White House in 1901, making him the first black American to do so. Republican party platforms repeatedly called for equal rights, demanding in 1908, for example, equal justice for black Americans and condemning all devices that disenfranchise blacks for their color alone, 'as un-fair, un-American and repugnant to the supreme law of the land'. Republicans called for anti-lynching legislation in their presidential plantforms throughout the 1920s, while the Democratic platforms did not. Republicans endorsed Brown v. Board of Education in their 1956 presidential platform; the Democrats did not. Republicans sent the 101st AirBorne Division to Little Rock to enforce the Court's school desegregation ruling to stop the Democratic governor from blocking the school-house door. Republicans fully implemented the desegregation of the military, left unfinished by a Democratic president. Republicans introduced and passed into law the Civil Rights Act of 1957 opposed and watered down by Democrats. Republicans re-introduced and passed another civil rights bill in 1960, maneuvering it past Democratic obstructionism, with all votes against the bill coming from Democrats. Republicans created the Commission on Civil Rights. Republicans voted in far greater numbers for the Civil Rights Act of 1964 than the Democrats, though this was the year Democrats finally stopped aggressively opposing civil rights bills. Republicans effectively desegregated public schools throughout the nation in the first few years of the Nixon administration. Republicans desegregated the building trades, introducing, for the first time, racial quotas and time-tables for those doing business with the federal government. Republicans appointed the first black secretary of state as well as the first black female secretary of state. Republicans appointed 1 of the 2 black justices ever to sit on the Supreme Court, over the hysterical objections of Democrats..." --- Ann Coulter 2012 _Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the 1970s to Obummer_ pp179-181 (citing 1901-10-19 "The First President to Entertain a Negro, Booker T. Washington Dined" _Washington Bee_ http://www.whitehousehistory.org/decatur-house/african-american-tour/content/The-First-President-to-Entertain-a-Negro-Booker-T-Washington-Dined; John Woolley & Gerhard Peterson, American Presidency Project, UCSB http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/platforms.php)  


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  "Persons with damage to their right hemi-sphere retain their ability to speak & understand the speech of others, but they have great difficulty processing emotions. Some right-brain-damaged patients cannot distinguish sentences spoken in tones of anger, elation, or sadness. Others cannot convey any of these emotions in their own speech, which comes across sounding flat & listless. The problem involves emotional perception & expression, not any difficulty in the concept of emotion. If a story is read to them in a flat tone with the reader eliminating any emotional words (sad, happy, angry), they can correctly identify the emotion conveyed by the passage. Thus the person with right brain damage inhabits a world where he can feel & experience the mind's major emotions but he cannot verbally express them or recognize & appropriately respond to emotions in others. A rare combination? I think not. Milder forms of the disorder account... for many of the misunderstandings & grievances that arise involving people with subtle degrees of impairment, especially when they interact with others highly skilled in expressing emotions & deciphering the emotions of others. In describing people with the milder forms of this difficulty, words like 'insensitive' & 'obtuse' are often employed by spouses, friends, & co-workers, no doubt a response to the flat tones & matter of fact manner that accompanies what should be highly emotional topics. The afflicted person meanwhile reacts with an understandable anger, since he knows that he experiences emotions but he has great difficulty conveying this fact to others or 'reading' the frustration & anger that is being directed to him because of his failure." --- Richard M. Restak 1994 _The Modular Brain_ pp 57-58  

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