Out For Trump - Trudeau Hurting Canadians - Invasion USA
The Left’s “Get Trump” Obsession Now Threatens the Future of Our Country
So, Donald Trump is indicted over NOTHING, less than 300 days away from the Iowa Republican caucuses, the acknowledged start of events leading up to the 2024 U.S. presidential and congressional elections. This is an act of political war, nothing less, and a day of infamy on par with many in our history.
Trump: In My Next Term, The Warmongers, Failures, And Frauds In Our National Security Establishment Will Be Gone
Former President Trump lays out part of his "Agenda 47" 2024 foreign policy agenda, to "get rid of the corrupt globalist establishment that has botched every major foreign policy decision for decades."
"We could end the Ukraine conflict in 24 hours with the right leadership," Trump said. "At the end of my next four years, the warmongers and frauds and failures at the senior ranks of our government will all be gone. We will have a new group of competent national security officials who believe in defending America's vital interests above all else."
Sen. Roger Marshall pitching resolution declaring US southern border ‘invasion’
Sen. Roger Marshall will introduce a resolution to declare a formal “invasion” at the US-Mexico border as the number of illegal crossings reaches a new high under the Biden administration, The Post has exclusively learned.
Border Breakdown: Treason, Not Incompetence
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told us just what he thinks of immigration law, and the men and women who enforce it, when leftists claimed that mounted Border Patrol agents “whipped” Haitian illegal aliens near Del Rio, Texas, in September 2021. After photos of the “whipping” zoomed across social media, the Cuban immigrant swiftly denounced the agents and all but declared them guilty. He suspended the agents from duties involving migrants.
Canadians will pay for Trudeau government’s record spending
Trudeau’s policies are killing economic growth, report says
The Trudeau government is stifling Canada’s economic growth, leading to irreparable societal divisions unless the trend is reversed, warns Statistics Canada’s former chief economic analyst.
B.C. construction companies offered cash incentive for hiring non-white males
A cash incentive available to British Columbia construction companies for hiring new workers doubles if a worker “self-identifies” as anything other than an able-bodied, heterosexual, white male.