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Now displaying: September, 2017
Sep 27, 2017

The National Football League is committing brand suicide by allowing players to protest during the National Anthem before its games. 

Last weekend, about 200 players protested the National Anthem including a game played in London, England.

The players were responding to very critical comments made by President Trump about the football field protests. 

Fans are giving the NFL a huge backlash with critical comments and football team jerseys are being burned on social media. 

TV viewership is also down from last year. 

Political correctness is the root cause of the controversy. 

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell allowed these protests to occur while the league normally discourages teams from individual expression on the field. 

For example, the league prevented the Dallas Cowboys from wearing stickers on the back of their helmets honoring slain Dallas police officers. 

Goodell ignored a rule in the league's operations manual that set out the NFL's expectations for players during the National Anthem.  

Unfortunately, for the NFL and fans, Goodell allowed political correctness to rule the day. 

The entire controversy could have been avoided if Goodell used its policy to fine Kaepernick last year after his first protest.  

Political correctness is destroying the NFL brand.

Sep 20, 2017

President Trump’s decision to have Congress address former President Obama’s DACA executive action is filled with huge risks for the U.S. and Trump’s presidency.


DACA allows individuals that illegally entered the country as children to remain and work in the U.S.


Allowing individuals covered under DACA to become citizens would result in two huge negative impacts.


First, making the estimated 800,000 DACA program participants citizens would result in a wave of new immigrants through chain migration, where new citizens can bring family members into the U.S.


This could result in millions of new immigrants, most of them low-skilled workers, and millions of new potential Democrat voters.


Second, making DACA program participants citizens would break a long-standing promise Trump made to his supporters during the campaign.


Democrats are trying to work with Trump on DACA for their self-serving political needs.

 

Sep 13, 2017
Democrat party leaders selective outrage over President Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) exposed mass hypocrisy and it’s all caught on video.

DACA, which allows individuals that illegally entered the country as children to remain and work in the U.S., was announced by then-President Obama in 2012. 
 

 
Leading Democrats including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Hillary Clinton and former President Obama, made hypocritical comments about how to address children that entered the country illegally.  
 
 
Democrat leaders never let a controversial issue go to waste and in this case switched positions on topics like immigration and amnesty to gain a political advantage.

If Democrats and Obama really wanted to address the illegal alien issue they could have when they had control of Congress.

Given an opportunity to slam President Trump, Democrat leaders have proven they will reverse their views. 
 
 
 
 
 
Sep 6, 2017

President Trump decided to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) executive action implemented under former President Obama.

 

DACA allows individuals that illegally entered the country as children to remain and work in the U.S.

 

Obama’s June 2012 DACA decision reversed an earlier statement where he said as president he did not have the authority to make changes to immigration laws.

 

Obama and Democrats had control of Congress during his first term and could have passed an entire immigration package including DACA. 

 

Trump is being pushed to act on DACA because a number of state attorneys general are threatening to sue the federal government on DACA on constitutional grounds.

 

Trump is calling on Congress to act and now lawmakers have six months to enact immigration reform.

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