Wilson and Carter were great presidents compared to wobama
 October 7, 2016 at 6:01pm
This doesn’t make sense. If Russia wanted to influence the election why would they want to swing it to Trump?Wouldn’t they want to continue with the wimpish, mealy-mouthed foreign policy that Obama and Clinton have been responsible for? Why wouldn’t he want Clinton elected?
KJ : Agree. The Russian Re-Set Button Obama Democrats have turned themselves inside out to appease KGB Putin ever since they conned our " Biracial Uniter " Obama into the White House. From dropping the missile shield defense in Europe to sending those 10 Russian spies back to Mother Russia....to doing nothing over Georgia and the Ukraine. Marxist-mentored Obama has been Putin's Puppet since 2008 .
 October 2, 2016 at 12:24am
This fits nicely with the narrative of the left: If you aren’t paying your “fair share” of taxes, you are to be denigrated. Forget about the fact that each and every member of Congress over time has been responsible for crafting our tax laws, implementing various policy provisions at the behest of the lobbyists and the net loss carryback/carryforward is one such provision.
If Trump has violated laws in doing his taxes, then bring the hammer down. If he has simply followed the tax laws in place which explicitly allow you to use tax losses in one year to offset income in other years (2 years prior with revised filings and 20 years forward after which the loss carryforward expires) then shut the heck up. Sounds like what he did is perfectly legal; in fact many companies take advantage of such provisions.
From the left: What’s yours is ours and what’s ours is ours to distribute. If you are a “fat cat”, when you make money, you owe a large portion of it to us; when you lose money, too bad.
The Times will of course report that Trump did not pay taxes for 20 years, but “forget” to include the part about how that is a good tax planning strategy.
Keep in mind was a self admitted democrat all those years.
Sorry Lakers ~ Trump has never been "a self admitted democrat."
He lost 1 billion dollars and these were personal loses, not corporate. The more I think on this - the more this sounds like co-mingled books.
What if the 'narrative' is instead...
Trump is a liar.
He has professed to be some sort of VERY successful businessman but all he really is is....
A business failure.
YOUR narrative may be out there - in fact I know it is. In fact we all need to better know something of the various narratives that are out there...
"If Trump has violated laws in doing his taxes, then bring the hammer down".
And that includes his abuse of his charity - Trump Foundation.
Trump's actions MAY be indicative of a good tax planning strategy BUT... It also IS indicative of poor business planning strategy. Which Trump claims he is the best at.
And gee KLG...
Isn't it often A narrative of the Right that the poor do not have 'skin I the game - eh? -' because they often don't have to pay taxes (because their income too low) and so... they're not paying their fair share and should be denigrated for such. And are they not simply following the tax laws that are in place?
So if you want to talk about a narrative... Make sure you include consideration of that one.
 October 1, 2016 at 6:43pm
He obviously hasn’t gotten the left’s playbook on this issue. He is taking a constructive and positive approach to move things forward.
Seems like this approach will yield a lot more results than “taking a knee” or ravaging a community with imported agitators.
Do your thing Mr. Dix. It may expose you to the real problems that exist. That a black man has to stay on the plantation and never free his mind, body and soul.
Your effort is much more appreciated than the douchebags kneeling and sitting.
I hope he does pursue a career in law enforcement. A guy like that certainly would be able to set an example.
Good for him. Instead of whining he has chosen to lead by example.
His name is a bit distinctive, so you recognize it when he makes or blows a play. Turns out he makes a lot of plays and rarely misses one, so it was easy to respect him as a player.
Now, I respect him as a man.
Speak the truth.....
KJ - what a great post.
Don’t need a criminal justice or any other degree to solve the problem. Over 95% of the “solution” in in the hands of the black males. When the police try to stop you, do not flee either on foot or in a vehicle, cooperate with the police, put away the hostile, non-cooperative attitude. Don’t go into a shooting stance pointing something that looks like a weapon at the police. Don’t exit your vehicle with a gun. Don’t pull a realistic looking replica weapon on the police. Don’t fight the police. Stop being a perpetual victim. Follow the founding lie of blackliesmatter: Hands up / don’t shoot. If the police are just out to shoot blacks, why are so few black females shot–almost unheard of? They make up half of the black population? See how easy it is? I do have a masters degree in CJ, but did not need it for this exercise, just common sense.
Seems like an easier route would be to teach inner city folks how to speak and understand proper English and at a minimum understand common police commands such as halt, stop, stop reaching in your pockets, stop resisting and well you get the idea.
LOL, his tune will change when he pulls over some illegal, or gang banger in a bad part of town and gets shot.
If the black thugs would obey the law too they could go homee to moma every night too
The sad part of this story is that eventually he will be called an oreo by BLM and their hordes of mindless lemmings.
September 27, 2016 at 5:26pm
Back at ya, swmntman.
 September 27, 2016 at 5:18pm
“‘Trust me we will consider Flint later’ – that’s like nothing to me,” said House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
Hey Nancy, “we have to pass the [Obamacare] bill to find out what’s in it” Pelosi:
tgr, I agree wholeheartedly. This shows there is no depth to which this worm will go. He still crows about propagating the lie about Romney’s taxes and how that contributed to Romney’s loss. And that attack was also from the Senate floor.
I only wish his retirement would be the end of our having to see him again. Unfortunately, I fear that Reid will be unable to go quietly into the sunset and we’ll have to keep hearing his yap yap yap until he dies.
 September 26, 2016 at 3:47pm
Sad part is that Obama and his cronies in the administration are cranking up the resources to support increasing the importing of refugees and fast tracking citizenship paperwork for immigrants with the hope they will vote in November.
Yet increasing the resources to a sufficient level for those who have given the most to this country? Not a peep.
This is the most telling (and saddest) commentary about our present administration and how it feels about America.
 September 26, 2016 at 1:10pm
She says don’t trust the police. I say don’t trust anyone who is a representative of an organization named something like the Advancement Project. Even more so with what you have pointed out.
The NFL needs to learn this lesson too, i.e. Kapernick et al.
Jerry Jones, Owner of the Dallas Cowboys called a meeting with all of his Coaches, Players and field staff and firmly told them, "You are all simply paid performers on a stage and that field is my stage! You will stand, with your hand over your heart and with respect, when our Country's National Anthem is being played or you will no longer be a Dallas Cowboy, a Coach for the Dallas Cowboys or have any association with the Dallas Cowboy Organization! I will immediately fire you, no matter who you are!"
Say what you will about Jerry Jones but here, I'm damn proud of what he has said and demanded of his Players, Coaches and field staff for Country!
TREX53 I am totally in agreement with you .
yep. we need to honor our police. here is a powerful tribute https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKOKoXud5O0
 September 22, 2016 at 2:56pm
Stay with me, my first sentence seems off topic: I almost puked when Koskinen asserted that impeaching him would make it more difficult to hire new talent.
Well Mr. Koskinen, your peers, and in particular, your boss, have you thought about what the constant denigration of public safety officers by this administration has done/is doing/will do to the ability of communities to attract new and keep existing public safety talent?
 September 22, 2016 at 10:59am
Let me understand this. If the news doesn’t cover them, the news organizations are racist. If they do cover them, they throw the correspondents into fires?
Classic leftist behavior. No matter what the circumstances, rail against them. Can’t ever be content — if that were the case, they wouldn’t have anything to use as “cover” for their violent behavior.
 September 16, 2016 at 8:27pm
Can’t wait for the descendants of Victor Hugo or the musicians who wrote the score to the musical to send a cease and desist letter demanding he stop using the song for his political rallies.
Trump would have been one of the rich oppressors of the poor in Les Miserables.
September 16, 2016 at 6:29pm
Ya beat me to the Dolezal comment …
 September 16, 2016 at 6:27pm
Unfortunately, the left is hard at work at normalizing all kinds of behavior in 2016 that was unheard of in 1950:
. not taking responsibility for your own destiny
. expecting society’s contributor class to fund the recipient class, regardless of the recipient class’ ability to work or choices they have made
. forcing everyone to not just tolerate, but to accept, behavior contrary to one’s personal beliefs
. failing to criticize an abberant religion (or at least the way certain parties practice it) while marginilzing more mainstream ones.
. labeling aggressors the victim and victims the aggressors
. allowing criticism of the country but discouraging discourse/criticism of those who run the country
. appeasing the enemy while criticizing our allies.
Seems like what is up is down and what is down is up.
 September 15, 2016 at 3:29pm
Wow. Doesn’t Reid understand that you can simply swap his name for Trump’s and you would have an accurate headline, as in Harry Reid Is a ‘Notorious Con Artist,’ ‘Human Leech’
I just about fell out of my chair reading Obama’s comment about Trump’s golf courses. I would love to see a list of numerous golf courses he has played to find out how many are “working people courses”. Plus, can anyone tell me how many “working people” have been able to vacation in spots he goes to and how many “working people’s” children go to Sidwell, like Obama’s?
I don’t know what makes me madder/sadder — the height of O’s hypocrisy or how many people will listen to this and kneel at the altar of Obama while looking at Trump as the devil incarnate.
Mink Meadows on Martha's Vineyard, private course guests, $500
 September 13, 2016 at 10:49am
Classic Clinton strategy emerging here, just like Benghazi, just like the email server, just like Rose Law firm records.
When faced with an issue, throw out a plausible, rationale. When the heat is turned up, fine tune your explanation while not giving up any guilt. When the flames are nipping at your ears, claim “I now know I should have done it differently.” (Or attack the vast right-wing conspiracy or the alt-right)
Time and time and time again. She doesn’t do anything without calculated thought.