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Trilateral Commission’s big shot Jeff Epstein used his Boeing 727 to fly Bill Clinton on a month-long trip around Africa

You don’t take sexual advantage of girls more than 20 years younger than you, and then lie about it. Tell that to Bill Clinton and Jeff Epstein, close friends who flew together, worked on charities together, partied together, and plotted together as members of the world government secret organization – the Trilateral Commission. Epstein is in jail, suffering a throat ache, and Bill has his own pain in the rump. […]

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Big business in India benefits from taxes and regulations that are forcing small competitors out of business – sound familiar?

Big business in India has adopted the tactic of eliminating competition through onerous regulations. Many of us can remember the American corner grocery, local pharmacy, small bakery, tiny-herd dairy farm, one-person law or accountant firm. Tens of thousands of small companies have closed in recent decades, replaced by chains and their monopoly practices of poorer service and higher prices. The three major reasons for the closings are: Huge firms undercutting […]

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Both parties overjoyed with bipartisan bill that will approve 300,000 citizens of India to take our high-paying jobs

Who ever heard of a bill passed by the House of Representatives that was only allowed 40 minutes of debate and no amendments or hearings before an immediate vote requiring a 2/3 majority to reach final approval? It seems like a good plan in in an extreme emergency, or for a noncontroversial bill – like naming a post office. On Wednesday last week, HR 1044 received that special treatment, passing […]

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American doctors refused residencies and can’t be licensed. Instead, foreign candidates are given their positions

You can’t pay off a $300,000 student debt load with jobs in a butcher shop or unloading trucks at a big box store. Those wages won’t even cover the interest due. That’s what Dr. Doug Medina has endured since graduating as a medical doctor from Georgetown University some eight years ago. Yet, despite his doctorate in allopathic medicine, he has not been selected for a residency. Without that training, he […]

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Kamala Harris can’t stand for the Indian worker above all others; it’s a disgraceful conflict of interest

You only need simple math skills to understand why the business class wants more legal and illegal immigration into the United states, and why most politicians pander to our emotions. Their concerns are larger profits and more contributions to their campaigns and/or lifestyles. Four million Americans graduate into the workforce each year from high schools and colleges. Companies import 1.1 million legal immigrants (visas) each year under current regulations. Annually, […]

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Guess who’s coming to lunch?

The phone call was brief: “I have a special guest to speak to my employees at lunch today. Can you come over and take a photo for the newspaper? Normally, I would have thought about it. As sole editor, reporter, photographer and compositor, my time was limited and it was deadline that day at 4 pm. Yet, without a moment’s hesitation: I’ll be there! The Valley Forge Sentinel was a […]

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That 25% U.S.A. import tariff on all pickups and fancy SUVs costs you big money, because it stops foreign competition

Yet another truck ad? We just had one – only five minutes ago. Do you ever wonder why American auto manufacturers rarely run tv ads for passenger cars, yet flood us with massive commercial schedules for pickups and big SUVs? Follow the money. For American vehicle manufacturers, the money is in pickups and other so-called light trucks, like SUVs. The primary reason: virtually no foreign competition, because of a 25% […]

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Employers are getting richer by hiring workers under the table. Politicians fall for the tired scam of “jobs Americans won’t do.”

It was a morning air flight last month in Philadelphia, and I was moving through security at the TSA PreĀ® line, when the alarm sounded. Pulled aside, I was told to send my wallet and glasses through a conveyor. I couldn’t reach the belt from where I stood, so I asked the TSA agent nearby where to place the items. Shut up and do what you’re told, he snarled. Welcome […]

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