The Cultural War between Rena and I is now a part of the New Manifest Destiny.
Rena and her husband received $100,000 a year in government subsidies. They are getting more money to counter their beloved King Trump’s tariff war against China. They get to sit all alone atop this White Pristine Hill free of folks of color. Instead of a rat infestation, they got cattle running all over their paradise – that taxpayers pay for! Do we Americans get to eat those cattle? No, their beef is shipped to Communist China!
For a month, I debated about GIVING my revelations away FOR FREE. I considered publishing a book, and acquiring money and fame. Alas, I lost that argument because I saw Daines ‘The Liar For King Trump’ coming! He is a real Judas! Jesus was God’s Beloved Socialist. Together they conspired to bring A HEALING to everyone, no matter what! This is why the Son of God got arrested and murdered. He was undermining the Capitalist Temple System that I believe had Roman Investors.
I am going to write my Congressman, and go before the Springfield City Council, and bid them to pass a law forbidding a monarchy in America, and condemn any elected leader who promotes a monarchy. I may fall in that category. My goal is to take away Jesus and God from the false Evangelical Heresy. Sure they can be for King Trump ‘Son of David’, and Pope Putin, Emperor of Russia, but, they don’t get Jesus!
Russia considered Prince Harry as Czar of Russia.
Montana Republican Sen. Steve Daines introduced a resolution forcefully condemning what he called the “failed experiment” of socialism on Monday, warning that the United States had “two paths to take” — with one leading to “freedom,” and the other, “complete government control, undermining our constitution and our American way of life.”
The resolution comes as a new Fox News poll showed 54 percent of voters thought the U.S. moving from capitalism toward socialism would be a “bad thing” — even as 53 percent of Democratic primary voters said it would be a “good” development. The growing divide is expected to play a pivotal role in the 2020 presidential election.
In his prepared remarks introducing the resolution, obtained by Fox News, Daines criticized the Green New Deal and “Medicare-for-all” — as well as the increase in partisanship on Capitol Hill. Less than an hour earlier, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., similarly condemned “hyperventilating hacks” seeking to sow division, rather than make policy.
“We are at a pivotal time in our great nation’s history,” Daines said. “We have shown the world time and time again the genius of American ingenuity and the grit of American determination. However, a radical, socialist, far-left movement is growing across this country. And it has taken root as the new voice of the Democratic Party.”
Left-wing politics supports social equality and egalitarianism, often in opposition to social hierarchy. It typically involves a concern for those in society whom its adherents perceive as disadvantaged relative to others as well as a belief that there are unjustified inequalities that need to be reduced or abolished. The term left-wing can also refer to “the radical, reforming, or socialist section of a political party or system”.
The political terms “Left” and “Right” were coined during the French Revolution (1789–1799), referring to the seating arrangement in the French Estates General: those who sat on the left generally opposed the monarchy and supported the revolution, including the creation of a republic and secularization, while those on the right were supportive of the traditional institutions of the Old Regime. Use of the term “Left” became more prominent after the restoration of the French monarchy in 1815 when it was applied to the “Independents”. The word “wing” was appended to Left and Right in the late 19th century, usually with disparaging intent and “left-wing” was applied to those who were unorthodox in their religious or political views.”
SHEFFIELD — Montana rancher Fred Wacker had thousands of head of cattle fattening up along the Yellowstone River for export to China when President Donald Trump picked a trade fight with the Asian nation.
The dispute threatens a $200 million deal that Wacker helped secure last year to ship Montana beef to China, yet the potential setback to his business plans hasn’t diminished his stalwart support for Trump.
“I’m not going to follow him over the cliff, but I’ll take a pretty good jump,” Wacker said as a small team of cowboys on his Cross Four Ranch herded hundreds of cattle onto trucks headed for summer pasture.”
“To social conservatives, particularly evangelicals, the Stormy Daniels saga presents an ethical quandary: The president they’ve tasked with defending Christianity against the “secular left” allegedly cheated on his third wife, just months after she gave birth, with an adult film star.
Of course, Trump’s spiritual shortcomings (from accusations of rampant marital infidelity to alleged sexual assault to almost daily public insults of perceived enemies on Twitter) have been long known — and largely set aside by the conservative Christians who voted for him because they saw him as a more workable alternative than Hillary Clinton.
To ignore or excuse the Daniels saga, some evangelical Christians are even using a biblical comparison to explain their continued support for Donald Trump: the story of King David. As one conservative talk show host put it, Trump and King David were both men “after God’s own heart.”
WASHINGTON — After months of debate and negotiation, Congress voted final approval Wednesday to a massive farm bill that will provide more than $400 billion for agriculture subsidies, conservation programs and food aid.
The House voted 369-47 for the legislation, which sets federal agricultural and food policy for five years, after the Senate approved it 87-13 on Tuesday. It is now headed to the desk of President Donald Trump, who is expected to sign it.
The measure reauthorizes crop insurance and conservation programs and pays for trade programs, bioenergy production and organic farming research. It also reduces the cost for struggling dairy producers to sign up for support programs and legalizes the cultivation of industrial hemp.
House Agriculture Committee Chairman Rep. Michael Conaway, R-Texas, said the final bill looks at “stresses and strains across all of rural America, economic development issues and just the practice of farming and ranching. It says: here are federal resources we want to put against those problems.”
“Once upon a time, back when he was a British helicopter pilot, some Russians looked to Prince Harry to Make Russia Great Again.
As Britain’s sixth heir to the throne prepares to wed American actress Meghan Markle in a fairytale ceremony this weekend, The Moscow Times reminisces about the time when Russian monarchists seriously considered the prince as a figure that could restore Russia’s imperial might.
Prince Harry is related to the Romanov dynasty, Russia’s last imperial family, through a convoluted family tree dating back to the XIX century. He is the great great great grandson of Queen Victoria, whose descendants include both Tsar Nicholas II and his wife, Tsarina Alexandra Fyodorovna.
In her letter, Rena says;
“I see you are quite left-leaning,”
We have come full-circle. The end of America, may be at hand. How about the world? There’s a good chance Rena Easton and her rancher husband, know Scott Sales, who owns a cattle ranch 60 miles outside Bozeman. Does Scott get a Gov. check, too? He may fear the end of the Free Money, and is bribing our President.
Subsidies For ‘City Slickers’
Scott Faber of the Environmental Working Group, a left-leaning environmentalist organization that has been critical of farm subsidies, notes that more than 1,000 “city slickers” who live in major American cities get farm subsidies. It’s absurd.
All in all, the nearly $1 trillion a year spent on farm subsidies and food aid is a massive waste, given that farmers on average have higher incomes than those who are taxed to subsidize them.”
A Republican lawmaker in Montana is proposing to give more than $8 million to help build President Donald Trump‘s proposed wall on the Mexican border, while South Dakota senators voted Thursday to endorse the president’s plans.
As Trump traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border Thursday to make his case for $5.7 billion to build the wall in the government shutdown‘s 20th day, state lawmakers in some parts of Trump Country are backing him up with their own legislation.
Their efforts are mostly symbolic. The resolution passed in the South Dakota Senate simply urges construction of a steel barrier. The separate $8 million proposal in Montana would have little chance of getting past a Democratic governor who is exploring a run for president.
Scott Sales, a fiscally conservative Republican who leads the Montana Senate, says his proposal is a “small token” to show border security “is of vital interest to all citizens regardless of what state they live in.”
BUTTE — Some of the same Montana lawmakers who deride government spending and voted to reject millions of dollars in federal money have received thousands of dollars of federal agricultural subsidies for their farm and ranch operations.
That’s the message of a new report that lambastes state Republican lawmakers who have sharply criticized federal spending levels while accepting U.S. Department of Agriculture subsidies. The recent report by The Policy Institute in Helena titled “Profiles in Hypocrisy” notes that while lawmakers are saying they want nothing to do with federal programs or rules, they’ve benefited for well over a decade from programs paid for by the American taxpayer.
And many of those lawmakers have voted to cut funding for programs that help the poorest Montanans, including food, prescription drug and energy bill assistance, said Molly Severtson, executive director of the left-leaning institute.
Sales was born in Douglas, Wyoming, in 1960, and grew up near Boise, Idaho. He graduated from Boise State University in 1982, with a bachelor’s degree in industrial business. He then worked for Hewlett-Packard and then a technology start-up, Extended Systems. Sales moved to Bozeman, Montana, in 1990, when Extended Systems established an office in the city. When the company was acquired by a California firm in 2001, Sales sold his stock in the company and remained in Bozeman. As of 2007, Sales raised a small number of cattle and grew about 60 acres of hay near Bozeman, although he did not “consider himself a farmer or rancher.” In 2012, his occupation was given in the Helena Independent Record as “private investor.” As of 2016, Sales was “more or less retired.”
Sales has been described as an “outspoken conservative” and an “ultraconservative.” At the time Sales was selected by his Republican colleagues in 2006 to serve as speaker of the House, the Billings Gazette described him as “easily one of the body’s most conservative members.” He is a supporter of the Tea Party movement, favors budget cuts and tax cuts, supports “right-to-work” legislation, and expanded gun rights. Sales praised Sarah Palin in 2009, saying: “I think she should be part of the discourse and part of the process.” Sales criticized the Affordable Care Act and in the Montana Legislature voted against accepting the act’s Medicaid expansion, stating, “There is no constitutional guarantee to healthcare.”
Gov. Steve Bullock said he respects Sales, but “I don’t know that he has ever strongly advocated for or supported infrastructure investments in Montana, so it’s a little bit of a puzzle for me why he would even consider spending taxpayer dollars on construction projects in California.”
Bullock, who said $8 million would go a long way to fund health care or infrastructure work in Montana, declined to say whether he’d veto the bill if it landed on his desk.
“Congress is basically dragging their heels over $5 billion, which is really trivial compared to what we spend on an annual basis,” Sales said Wednesday in explaining his funding proposal.
Sales said he calculated Montana’s “share” of the cost of the wall by dividing the state’s gross domestic product by the national GDP and multiplying it by $5.7 billion.
Montana’s $8 million wouldn’t go very far, with Trump’s $5.7 billion request expected to build 234 miles (377 kilometers) of wall.
House Minority Leader Casey Schreiner, a Democrat, said the Legislature should focus its spending on Montana’s roads, building, water and sewer projects.
“That’s a lot of school roofs and boilers,” added Democratic Rep. Laurie Bishop.
Montana, where Trump defeated Hillary Clinton by 20 points, shares a 545-mile (877-kilometer) border with Canada, where there is no wall.
Sales also has sponsored a resolution that would ask Congress to act on the funding.
If the stalemate in Washington continues, the president said he’s willing to consider declaring a national emergency, which he says would allow him to direct the military to begin building the wall.
“What happens when (wheat prices) drops below $5 again and these guys are holding the bag because they’ve made decisions for their crop year?”
And Cummins also said the EWG’s numbers don’t paint the whole picture. He said family farms often grow larger by being conservative in good times and adding land to their operations.
“Does that suddenly make you a rich farmer or a farmer who had the smarts to put some money aside rather than buy that new combine?” he said. “You’re the same people; you’re just trying to be economically efficient and successful in your life’s work.”