Hysterical Headlines (Funny or Absurd) for November 17th:

Hysterical Headlines (Funny or Absurd) for November 17th:  

Bottom Line: These are your daily doses of nonsense from the generally godless, soulless and slanderous (GSS) media...  

So now it's dangerous for you to keep more of what you earn. Here's a "five worst dangers list" done if the left were being genuine about their true intent. 

  1. You have more control of your money and the government will have less  

  1. You figure out that you make better decisions with your money than the government 

  1. You figure out that the economy is better when you have more control of it 

  1. You progress financially and realize that you don't need government assistance 

  1. You realize that the public officials work for you and aren't entitled to your money! 

Oh, the horror! 

That's convenient. New York Senator Kristen Gillibrand has also finally figured out that it's time for Bill Clinton to step down as President. It only took 18+ years. Unfortunately, the motivation is transparent. First it was the only way to retain any aire of credibility as they throw in on Roy Moore who, even if every allegation against him were true, wouldn't even be allowed to intern in the Bill Clinton realm of depravity. Second, the motivation is to attempt to put the final nail in the Clinton's coffin. There's a battle going on for control of the party and those who want to move on from the Clinton's see this as another opportunity to do so.  

The New York Times can't help but to attempt to look down their noses at the President. They extol the virtues of Teresa May's handling of Putin (while putting her down for her right-leaning policies as well), while chastising President Trump as per usual. What's remarkable is how devoid from reality this all is. Russa's an issue because of Barak Obama's failures/collusion. The same Obama the Times' hailed as the savior of our image around the world. President Trump's making phenomenal progress from Asia to South America but let's not pay attention to the facts.  

Until Monday...  

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