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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: November 5, 2019</p>\n<p>President Trump&rsquo;s high-profile support of manly sports is scoring points for him in the battleground states.&nbsp; While Elizabeth Warren and other Democratic contenders are absent from marquee athletic competitions, Trump is being seen by millions of Americans as an ordinary guy cheering alongside the rest of us.</p>\n<p> ON MONDAY, Trump welcomed the world champion Washington Nationals to the White House, after having attended Game 5 of the World Series.&nbsp; Its catcher, Kurt Suzuki, donned a Make America Great Again hat to the consternation of the liberal media.<br />\n First baseman Ryan Zimmerman presented a &ldquo;TRUMP 45&rdquo; baseball jersey to the 45th President.&nbsp; The Nationals&rsquo; principal owner and 18 of its 25 players attended, despite liberal pressure to boycott the event.<br />\n The handful of players who skipped this ceremony mostly did not say why, but potential liberal retaliation against Trump supporters is tainting even our national pastime.&nbsp; Newspaper reporters dole out MVP awards and Hall of Fame inductions, and a player who skipped the Trump event is contending for an MVP award for which votes have been cast.<br />\n On Saturday, Trump is expected to attend a college football game between the top two teams in the nation, LSU and Alabama.&nbsp; Dubbed the &ldquo;game of the century,&rdquo; this is being played deep in conservative Alabama where Trump will be running up the score on Election Day next fall.<br />\n As at any large public event, Trump receives a smattering of cheers and some organized boos, but millions of voters in the heartland appreciate his willingness to attend what Democratic candidates avoid.&nbsp; Trump&rsquo;s appearance ringside at the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) at Madison Square Garden last Saturday was a knock-out punch with voters.<br />\n All three of these sports &ndash; baseball, football, and ultimate fighting &ndash; are manly traditions which have become politically incorrect at the liberal universities where Professor Warren comes from.&nbsp; Millions of women are huge fans of the same competitions which Trump attends, but liberal feminists are not.<br />\n A bikini-clad woman, known as a &ldquo;ring girl,&rdquo; adorns the ring for ultimate fighting.&nbsp; But feminists do not like that, and have succeeded in eliminating the swimsuit portion of the Miss America contest.<br />\n UFC founder Dana White welcomed Trump at Madison Square Garden, a short cab ride from his Trump Tower in New York City.&nbsp; During the Republican National Convention which nominated Trump, White predicted correctly that Trump&rsquo;s &ldquo;sense of loyalty and commitment will translate into how he will run this country.&rdquo;<br />\n &ldquo;We need somebody who believes in this country, we need somebody who is proud of this country, and who will fight for this country.&nbsp; Donald Trump is a fighter, and I know he will fight for this country.&rdquo;<br />\n Trump has been doing exactly that, fighting for our country, while congressmen Nancy Pelosi and &ldquo;Shifty&rdquo; Adam Schiff do the opposite by concocting a scheme of secret impeachment hearings against Trump.&nbsp; Rather than cower in political fear in the White House as Richard Nixon did, Trump has come out swinging, to a standing ovation by the American public.</p>\n<p> HIS TRIP to the small town of Tupelo, Mississippi, attracted a full house at the 10,000-seat BancorpSouth Arena, with many thousands more gathered outside.&nbsp; &ldquo;I love him 100 percent,&rdquo; gushed Mary Ann Gannon there. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s the greatest president we&rsquo;ve ever had.&rdquo;<br />\n On Monday night, amid the backbiting by the swampy Democrats in D.C., Trump held a rally at the 23,500-seat Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky, home of the Wildcats college basketball team.&nbsp; &ldquo;This is better than the Final Four,&rdquo; Trump said, to a raucous ovation inside and by thousands outside.<br />\n Even those who were not really Trump supporters are getting in on the fun.&nbsp; A racehorse named &ldquo;Covfefe,&rdquo; after a famous tweet by Trump, recently won the $1 million Breeders Cup at Santa Anita, California.<br />\n Voters are siding with Trump in the key battleground states which will decide the upcoming presidential election:&nbsp; Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Florida, Arizona, and Michigan.&nbsp; Despite all the Democratic maneuvering about impeachment, Trump leads in these states.<br />\n National polls for the presidential election have been almost meaningless, as they should be.&nbsp; California has the most voters but has made itself politically irrelevant by turning so far leftward.</p>\n<p> IT HURTS the Democratic contenders to continue to pander to voters in California, which moved its primary earlier in order to impact the nomination.&nbsp; Hillary Clinton racked up millions of extra votes there, but those votes were wasted as Trump won all the battleground states.<br />\n &ldquo;New Poll Shows Democratic Candidates Have Been Living in a Fantasy World,&rdquo; screams the latest headline from the left-leaning New York magazine.&nbsp; 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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: October&nbsp; 29, 2019</p>\n<p>&ldquo;The most dangerous and shameful attacks on the rule of law come from and in the form of sanctuary cities,&rdquo; President Trump declared on Monday to the International Association of Chiefs of Police in Chicago.&nbsp; Applause then erupted when he said that criminal aliens should be turned over to federal immigration authorities and sent home.</p>\n<p> SANCTUARY cities interfere with that process by ordering local law enforcement not to comply with federal laws against illegal immigration.&nbsp; Illegal aliens are protected in sanctuary cities against being asked about their lack of citizenship, and if arrested for a crime they are not handed to federal officials for deportation.<br />\n On the ballot next week in Tucson is Proposition 205, which would make this large metropolis near the Mexican border the first sanctuary city in Arizona.&nbsp; It would bar local police from checking the immigration status of people they stop or arrest.<br />\n California has many sanctuary cities, but also has a wall along its border between San Diego and Mexico.&nbsp; Arizona, which does not have a wall and is victim to a substantial percentage of the illegal immigration flowing into our country, does not yet have any sanctuary cities.<br />\n Even some progressives are opposing the ACLU-endorsed Prop. 205 to make Tucson a sanctuary city.&nbsp; The costs would be staggering, and already state lawmakers are planning to assess those expenses against the city if it approves this bad idea.<br />\n Tucson Councilwoman Regina Romero, a Democrat who is expected to be elected mayor next week, is against making it a sanctuary city by Prop. 205.&nbsp; She points out how it would interfere with Tucson police in working with federal officials on drug crimes, human trafficking, and missing children cases.<br />\n Arizona state lawmakers are threatening to withhold $130 million annually from Tucson if its voters approve this bill to harbor illegal aliens, who cost far more than that in crimes, social services, and other entitlements.&nbsp; It would make sense for Tucson to foot that bill rather than burdening the rest of the state with those increased costs from illegal immigration.<br />\n Prop. 205 conflicts with a key part of an Arizona law that the Supreme Court left in place after a legal challenge.&nbsp; Its Senate Bill 1070 continues to require local police to make a reasonable attempt to determine the immigration status of a suspect when there is reasonable suspicion about it.<br />\n Meanwhile, President Trump&rsquo;s splendid Solicitor General has filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn California Senate Bill 54, which requires officials there to obstruct deportations.&nbsp; The Ninth Circuit upheld the California pro-sanctuary city law despite admitting that it &ldquo;makes the jobs of federal immigration authorities more difficult,&rdquo; and even discriminates against federal officials performing their duties.<br />\n The often-reversed Ninth Circuit upheld SB 54 on the theory that California &ldquo;retains the right&rdquo; to obstruct federal law and hinder federal law enforcement.&nbsp; The Ninth Circuit invoked the Tenth Amendment, which can be helpful in other contexts, as having an &ldquo;anticommandeering&rdquo; rule against federal interference with state laws.<br />\n But this peculiar interpretation of the Tenth Amendment has already wreaked havoc beyond the issue of illegal immigration.&nbsp; Last year the Supreme Court misused this &ldquo;anticommandeering&rdquo; theory to open the door to sports gambling in all 50 states, despite the immense harm it causes.</p>\n<p> IT IS A distortion of the salutary principle of states&rsquo; power to use the Tenth Amendment to uphold state laws which flout federal law enforcement against illegal immigration.&nbsp; These state laws, and in particular California SB 54, impose expenses on other states by attracting more illegal border crossings.<br />\n &ldquo;Aliens are present and may remain in the United States only as provided for under the auspices of federal immigration law,&rdquo; Solicitor General Noel Francisco explains to the Supreme Court in his petition for cert.&nbsp; &ldquo;It therefore is the United States, not California, that &lsquo;retains the right&rsquo; to set the conditions under which aliens in this country may be detained, released, and removed.&rdquo;<br />\n Only Congress and the President can define who is here lawfully.&nbsp; The federal government, without interference by states, must be able to remove those who are here illegally.<br />\n Democrats in California, however, see many future voters for their party among the swarms of illegal immigrants flowing over our southern border.&nbsp; That state has lurched leftward as it attracts more illegal aliens with its sanctuary cities.<br />\n But as Trump&rsquo;s Solicitor General elaborates, &ldquo;When officers are unable to arrest aliens &ndash; often criminal aliens &ndash; who are in removal proceedings or have been ordered removed from the United States, those aliens ... are disproportionately likely to commit crimes.&rdquo;</p>\n<p> THE RESULT, the Trump Administration&rsquo;s top attorney observes, is that this &ldquo;undermines public safety, immigration enforcement, and the rule of law.&rdquo;&nbsp; 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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: October 22, 2019</p>\n<p>Economics has been called the &ldquo;dismal science,&rdquo; but Robert Shiller, who won the 2013 Nobel Prize in economics, is feeling optimistic.&nbsp; Interviewed last Friday on CNBC&rsquo;s &ldquo;Trading Nation,&rdquo; Shiller says a new phenomenon he calls the Trump Effect could keep the economy booming.</p>\n<p> THE TRUMP Effect has already been observed on many other issues, from a reduction in illegal immigration to record highs in the stock market.&nbsp; It skyrocketed immediately following the election of President Trump, in contrast with the election of most other presidents.<br />\n Many large countries, from Japan to Brazil to Poland, have become friendlier to the United States due to President Trump&rsquo;s leadership.&nbsp; The Trump Effect has also caused rogue foreign leaders such as Kim Jong-un of North Korea to pull back on menacing behavior against us.<br />\n Turkey released a Christian pastor, Andrew Brunson, who was imprisoned near the end of Obama&rsquo;s presidency.&nbsp; It is doubtful Obama could have obtained his release as Trump did, and hardly anyone ever talked about an &ldquo;Obama Effect.&rdquo;<br />\n The spectacular enthusiasm at Trump&rsquo;s rallies are like nothing ever seen before.&nbsp; Recently in Dallas the line to attend started forming two days before the event, and the prior event in the blue state of Minnesota attracted a larger crowd of supporters outside the packed arena than inside.<br />\n The Nobel Prize-winning Shiller cites the Trump Effect for the ongoing success of our economy.&nbsp; In 2017 he predicted that Trump as president would trigger a recession, but now gives credit to the personal leadership by Trump.<br />\n &ldquo;Aren&rsquo;t you worried about danger of recession?&rdquo; CNBC host Mike Santoli asked Shiller in a recent interview.&nbsp; &ldquo;What about the inverted yield curve, the slowdown in global growth, or the prospect of a tariff war?&rdquo;<br />\n &ldquo;The inverted yield curve scare looked frightening at first,&rdquo; Shiller admitted, &ldquo;but nothing dramatic has happened. We&rsquo;re still in the Trump era, and I think that Donald Trump by inspiration had an effect on the market &mdash; not just tax cutting.&rdquo;<br />\n Consumer spending remains strong and Shiller, a Yale University professor, says &ldquo;it has to do with the inspiration for many people provided by our motivational speaker president who models luxurious living.&rdquo;&nbsp; Shiller says that Trump &ldquo;makes people ashamed if they look like a loser -- no one wants to look like a loser in this culture.&rdquo;<br />\n Avoiding a recession is dependent, in other words, on Trump remaining in office.&nbsp; The long-predicted recession could occur without Trump to keep the economy going, and Shiller considers the possibility of impeachment to be the greatest threat to continued economic prosperity.&nbsp;<br />\n &ldquo;The big uncertainty is these impeachment hearings. If he survives that, he might contribute for some time in boosting the market,&rdquo; Shiller explains.<br />\n The economic expansion is already the longest in history, which baffles many experts.&nbsp; Computer models predict that by now we should be in a recession.<br />\n Shiller explains, &ldquo;Consumers are hanging in there. You might wonder why that would be at this time so late into the cycle.&rdquo;</p>\n<p> OBAMA CAN no longer take credit, three years after the presidential election won by Trump.&nbsp; The surprisingly long-lasting growth must have more recent causes, and Shiller cites patriotism as one of them.<br />\n &ldquo;People here in America think this is the capitalist country par excellence.&nbsp; We&rsquo;re proud of that, and we&rsquo;re doing well right now,&rdquo; observes Shiller.<br />\n Shiller sounds like someone singing the benefits of an America First agenda.&nbsp; This should include leadership by Trump far beyond motivating consumers to spend money, such as bringing troops home.<br />\n President Trump&rsquo;s withdrawal of troops from Syria was widely criticized by politicians in both parties, but it sent an unmistakable message that the United States is not going to be the world&rsquo;s policeman anymore.&nbsp; Our soldiers should not stand forever in harm&rsquo;s way to protect people who do not even like us.<br />\n After globalists insisted that the Kurds were our friends and that Trump should not have withdrawn troops from their controlled territories in Syria, the very different truth was captured in videos of the pull-out.&nbsp; Ungrateful, grown Kurdish men pelted our American troops with food debris and angry slogans.<br />\n These videos confirmed President Trump&rsquo;s view that American troops should come home where they can be safe and helpful to America, rather than risk their lives for people who do not respect and thank us.&nbsp; American soldiers have long sacrificed their own lives to help others, but the lack of gratitude in this situation confirms it is time to pull out.</p>\n<p> LIBERALS have even called for building a wall to protect the Kurds, despite opposing building a wall to protect our southern border against violence and an influx of drugs.&nbsp; Trump is right to focus most on the people he helps the most:&nbsp; Americans.</p>\n', created = 1574217922, expire = 1574304322, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:baaec4079b974b5edbc589548350b210' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: October 15, 2019</p>\n<p>Once upon a time, professional sports were popular entertainment free of political correctness, where fans and players could be themselves and say whatever they liked.&nbsp; Colorful basketball stars like Dennis Rodman spoke their mind on and off the court, and fans loved it.</p>\n<p> BUT THEN Nike, a liberal corporation based in Oregon, essentially took over the National Basketball Association (NBA).&nbsp; The $8 billion business of the NBA became beholden to the $40 billion business of Nike, as sports journalist Jason Whitlock astutely observes.<br />\n Nike makes sports shoes but it is so well connected that it became one of 30 companies invited to join the prestigious Dow Jones average on the stock market.&nbsp; Nike heavily promoted the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), and got Barack Obama and Joe Biden to line up in support.<br />\n Then Donald Trump won the presidential election by campaigning against the TPP and phony free trade.<br />\n But Nike continues to pander to China anyway, and that is what drives the NBA&rsquo;s censorship of anyone standing up for democracy in Hong Kong.&nbsp; Even a CNN reporter was muzzled when she merely tried to ask two basketball players how they felt about this lack of free speech in the NBA.<br />\n &ldquo;The NBA has always been a league that prides itself on its players and its coaches being able to speak out openly about political and societal affairs,&rdquo; CNN journalist Christina Macfarlane began.<br />\n She next asked whether this was still true.&nbsp; An NBA official immediately cut her off and insisted on taking her microphone away.<br />\n Nike is behind this censorship, yet almost no one will admit it.&nbsp; Fortunately at least Jason Whitlock, the African American host of Speak for Yourself, is speaking out against Nike&rsquo;s manipulation of the NBA.<br />\n &ldquo;This is about a President that won&rsquo;t cooperate with what Nike wants done,&rdquo; Whitlock explained. &ldquo;Nike is using the NBA and its leverage over the NBA to go after this guy because they disagree with him about his policies as it relates to trade in China. It&rsquo;s very simple.&rdquo;<br />\n LeBron James, who has an estimated $1 billion contract with Nike, said a Houston Rockets executive &ldquo;wasn&rsquo;t educated&rdquo; when he tweeted out in support of democracy in Hong Kong.&nbsp; LeBron&rsquo;s comment was baffling until one realizes it echoes the view of Nike, his lucrative sponsor.<br />\n NBA teams are now playing exhibition games in China, but players are prohibited by the NBA from speaking to the press at any time during the tour.&nbsp; Far from sports bringing two nations together, instead it is inflaming the tensions.<br />\n Free trade has resulted in censorship and less freedom.&nbsp; The justification of free trade with China was that it would make China more like us, but instead it has infringed on our rights of free speech which have been a cornerstone of our freedom.<br />\n Nike is the same company that funded ads featuring Colin Kaepernick and touting the importance of his right to express himself.&nbsp; Yet Nike insists that no one in the NBA express himself by criticizing China as millions of protesters in Hong Kong are doing.</p>\n<p> IN OTHER words, it is OK in the view of Nike to criticize the American Flag and our President, but intolerable for anyone to criticize China.<br />\n Television ratings for NBA games are not even half of what they were in the 1990s, and perhaps executives see China as a market where the league might expand.&nbsp; The Brooklyn Nets were acquired by a Chinese billionaire and suddenly it appears that the entire league has to cater to the Communist state.<br />\n The expectation of the British when they agreed to give Hong Kong back to China was that, by now, China would be more like the free world.&nbsp; But the massive crowds of Hong Kong residents who are demonstrating against China show that it has not changed, at least not for the better.<br />\n Fifty years ago, &ldquo;ping-pong diplomacy&rdquo; was supposed to soften the communist dictators who have run the mainland since their violent revolution.&nbsp; After a half-century of no progress, now we have &ldquo;basketball diplomacy&rdquo; pushed with the same false hope.<br />\n Diplomacy is merely a charade if one side is not allowed to speak up for its values.&nbsp; With the immense income that the NBA players, owners, and league executives enjoy, one would think they could at least speak their mind a bit.<br />\n And yet Nike does not let them.&nbsp; This big promoter of free trade is an even bigger opponent of free speech, thereby siding with China against freedom in Hong Kong and censoring others who are beholden to Nike.</p>\n<p> NIKE PROTECTED its sale of shoes in China, but cannot appease the resultant anger against LeBron James in Hong Kong.&nbsp; His jersey is being burned in response to his, or Nike&rsquo;s, siding with the Chinese tyrants.</p>\n', created = 1574217922, expire = 1574304322, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:f7b0ffbee8a37e71c8a772fa8c975f5f' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: October 8, 2019</p>\n<p>After a nearly 70-year-old northeastern white woman senator was nominated by the Democrats for president in 2016, Hillary Clinton then went down to a stunning defeat at the hands of Donald Trump.&nbsp; This time liberals promised to turn to their imaginary strength, namely their diversity, in picking their nominee for the upcoming presidential election.</p>\n<p> SO HERE we are.&nbsp; Yet the Democrats are rallying behind another 70-year-old dishonest northeastern white woman senator as their nominee, this time Elizabeth Warren.<br />\n &ldquo;When did you first find out you were white?&rdquo; was the essence of a hilarious question put to Warren earlier this year.&nbsp; After exaggerating her Native American heritage in order to boost her legal career and get on the faculty of Harvard Law School, Warren released a DNA report showing that she has very little Cherokee Indian ancestry.<br />\n For Democrats this was supposed to be the year of the African-American candidates, such as Kamala Harris and Cory Booker.&nbsp; Kamala Harris was poised to give us an extra bonanza in diversity, because her mother was from India and her father is from Jamaica, but she has fallen flat as a presidential candidate.<br />\n None of these candidates is getting any traction in the Democratic presidential primary.&nbsp; After multiple debates, with another scheduled for next week, it appears that Democrats do not really want to nominate a diversity candidate after all.<br />\n Atop the polling and ahead in fundraising is nobody but white candidates:&nbsp; Warren, Biden, Sanders, and Buttigieg.&nbsp; The diversity candidates for the Democratic nomination have all floundered.<br />\n Warren&rsquo;s lack of diversity is not the only thing that she has in common with her failed predecessor, Hillary Clinton.&nbsp; Both apparently also have difficulty telling the truth.<br />\n Warren has bragged that she climbed her way up from an underprivileged background, describing her father as merely a janitor.&nbsp; But his death certificate lists him as a flight instructor in the U.S. Army, and his obituary said he was a self-employed businessman.<br />\n Elizabeth Warren has made up other things about her background.&nbsp;&nbsp; As candidate Warren she pretends that she lost her job as a public school teacher because she became pregnant. &nbsp;<br />\n But in 2008, in a statement captured on video, Warren told a completely different version of why she quit as a teacher.&nbsp; Then she said she wanted to spend a few years at home, and to return to graduate school.<br />\n On Monday the Washington Free Beacon ran a story which uncovered the minutes for the Riverdale Board of Education, which show that it unanimously approved an additional two-year contract for Warren.&nbsp; Two months later, the minutes reflect that it was Warren who resigned, which the Board &ldquo;accepted with regret.&rdquo;<br />\n Ultimately she migrated to the ultra-Left culture of liberal law professors, railing against capitalism and free enterprise.&nbsp; Democrats on Wall Street are so uncomfortable with her that they have signaled they will not support her as the nominee.<br />\n Meanwhile, some experts have been predicting that Hillary Clinton will reemerge on the grand stage for a rematch of 2016.&nbsp; After all, why settle for the cheap imitation when liberals can have the real deal, Hillary herself?</p>\n<p> TRUMP IS trouncing Warren in a recent independent poll of independent voters.&nbsp; It shows Trump leading Warren by 49% to 43%.<br />\n This is a marked improvement for Trump over a similar poll last month, when Warren was ahead of Trump by two points among independent voters.&nbsp; Warren does not run as well as Sanders does among independent voters, but Trump now has a comfortable advantage of 4 points over Sanders among this key demographic, too.<br />\n Warren, as a liberal law professor from Massachusetts, is not the type of candidate who could pull working class voters away from Trump.&nbsp; He would have a field day at his massive campaign rallies ridiculing Warren&rsquo;s duplicity and her many nutty ideas.<br />\n Warren wants to impose an unconstitutional wealth tax on every American who has more than $50 million in assets.&nbsp; Such a tax would cause wealth to flee our country, as it has in European countries which have tried that.<br />\n Also, the threshold for the tax would be lowered and lowered, such that before long the middle class would be paying a tax on their assets, too.&nbsp; That would deter savings, discourage investment, and induce Americans to carry more debt.<br />\n The biggest appeal of Warren to Democrat voters is her potential electability, but if she is not more electable than Hillary then they would prefer Hillary.&nbsp; The media, too, would like nothing more than a rematch to redeem themselves.</p>\n<p> THEN WE would have a replay of the election of 1956, when stubborn Democrats nominated the very same person who had lost in the prior presidential election, Adlai Stevenson.&nbsp; The Republicans won that rematch just as they had won the first time.</p>\n', created = 1574217922, expire = 1574304322, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:74f567c1bd8b9f896550355efb1d9932' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: October 1, 2019</p>\n<p>Democratic presidential candidates are trying to censor President Trump and his spokesman, Rudy Giuliani, to prevent Trump from communicating with the American people.&nbsp; Kamala Harris is demanding that Trump&rsquo;s Twitter account be suspended.&nbsp;</p>\n<p> A HALF-CENTURY ago liberals pretended to be supporters of free speech, but now they are its biggest enemy.&nbsp; &ldquo;His Twitter account should be suspended,&rdquo; Democratic presidential wannabe Kamala Harris told CNN on Monday.&nbsp;<br />\n &ldquo;I think there is plenty of new evidence to suggest that he is irresponsible with his words in a way that could result in harm to other people.&nbsp; And so the privilege of using those words in that way should probably be taken from him,&rdquo; she added.<br />\n Censorship is central to the liberal playbook to try to regain power, and then reshape America as the Far Left wants.&nbsp; Harris is echoing the views of Big Tech in California, which already censors ordinary Americans expressing conservative views.<br />\n Joe Biden just took that liberal censorship a step further by demanding that television networks refuse to allow Rudy Giuliani to speak in favor of Trump anymore.&nbsp; Even the leftwing Daily Beast admits that &ldquo;rarely, if ever, has one campaign made an affirmative demand that a top aide to a rival candidate no longer be given a platform,&rdquo; as Biden desperately insists.<br />\n Giuliani tweeted in response, &ldquo;Think of the Biden arrogance and entitlement to protection. They believe they own the media and they are demanding that they silence me.&rdquo;<br />\n &ldquo;They know I have incriminating facts, not hearsay, because they know what they did in selling Joe&rsquo;s office to a Ukrainian crook,&rdquo; he added in reference to Biden, who has the most to lose in this brouhaha.<br />\n President Trump released the transcript of his phone call with the President of Ukraine, and yet Joe Biden continues to hide behind the concealment of transcripts of his conversations with Ukraine officials during which he may have improperly intervened on behalf of his son Hunter.<br />\n The Republican National Committee has called on Biden to release his call transcripts, so that the public can decide for itself how Biden misused his position of power for financial gain for his family.&nbsp; But there is no transparency by the Left while it demands answers by others.<br />\n Ukraine, which has been independent for more than a quarter century, should no longer be referred to as &ldquo;the Ukraine&rdquo; as though it were still a vassal state of the communist Soviet Union.&nbsp; Ukraine&rsquo;s president has fully exonerated President Trump amid the false accusations by House Democrats.<br />\n But Trump is receiving less due process and constitutional rights here at home.&nbsp; &ldquo;Like every American, I deserve to meet my accuser, especially when this accuser, the so-called &lsquo;Whistleblower,&rsquo; represented a perfect conversation with a foreign leader in a totally inaccurate and fraudulent way,&rdquo; he tweeted.<br />\n The Sixth Amendment in the Bill of Rights guarantees the basic right of an accused to confront someone who makes accusations against him.&nbsp; Yet Trump is being denied this fundamental right while the Deep State circles its wagons to attain its goal of bringing down the president.</p>\n<p> IT DOES NOT matter to the Trump haters that a nothing-burger is at the center of this phony scandal.&nbsp; In this power struggle, Trump&rsquo;s enemies care little about what the facts are, and instead try to use the process to swing public opinion in their direction.<br />\n But Trump&rsquo;s political base remains rock solid, and smears from the Left are not going to alienate his longtime supporters.&nbsp; Trump himself shows no signs of backing down, and he is often at his best when under political attack.<br />\n The liberal Democrats have given Trump the means by which he can galvanize the American people, who are already fed up with the inside-the-Beltway mentality that prevails in the halls of Congress.&nbsp; Trump tweeted out a map of American counties which voted for him in 2016, and it is a massive sea of red showing his broad support.<br />\n Yet little can stop the insatiable desire of a lynch mob, which is what House Democrats have become.&nbsp; Ironically the biggest victim of their renewed witch hunt may be the only person thought to have a chance to defeat Trump next year:&nbsp; Joe Biden.<br />\n Biden&rsquo;s political fortunes are being badly sullied by the mud that splatters backward onto him.&nbsp; It is a sign of desperation that his campaign feels the need to censor Rudy Giuliani on television, lest he embarrass Biden further with revelations about Biden&rsquo;s misconduct in connection with Ukraine.</p>\n<p> GIULIANI IS making up for all his prior missteps in fending off the same sharks who previously circled Trump for prior non-issues.&nbsp; Censorship of one&rsquo;s political opponents is not something Trump would ever do, but his Democratic rivals think that censorship is the only way they can win.</p>\n', created = 1574217922, expire = 1574304322, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:fa31d2fcf6dbb38d2500f41ce76a272f' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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Andy and John Schlafly

11/11/2019 - 11:46pm
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: November 5, 2019 President Trump’s high-profile support of manly sports is scoring points for him in the battleground states.  While Elizabeth Warren and other Democratic contenders are absent from marquee athletic competitions, Trump is being seen by millions of Americans as an ordinary guy cheering alongside the rest of us. ON MONDAY, Trump welcomed the...
11/03/2019 - 8:41pm
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: October  29, 2019 “The most dangerous and shameful attacks on the rule of law come from and in the form of sanctuary cities,” President Trump declared on Monday to the International Association of Chiefs of Police in Chicago.  Applause then erupted when he said that criminal aliens should be turned...
10/29/2019 - 9:16pm
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: October 22, 2019 Economics has been called the “dismal science,” but Robert Shiller, who won the 2013 Nobel Prize in economics, is feeling optimistic.  Interviewed last Friday on CNBC’s “Trading Nation,” Shiller says a new phenomenon he calls the Trump Effect could keep the economy...
10/20/2019 - 10:30pm
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: October 15, 2019 Once upon a time, professional sports were popular entertainment free of political correctness, where fans and players could be themselves and say whatever they liked.  Colorful basketball stars like Dennis Rodman spoke their mind on and off the court, and fans loved it. BUT THEN Nike, a liberal...
10/11/2019 - 5:05pm
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: October 8, 2019 After a nearly 70-year-old northeastern white woman senator was nominated by the Democrats for president in 2016, Hillary Clinton then went down to a stunning defeat at the hands of Donald Trump.  This time liberals promised to turn to their imaginary strength, namely their diversity, in picking their...
10/05/2019 - 11:08pm
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORT: October 1, 2019 Democratic presidential candidates are trying to censor President Trump and his spokesman, Rudy Giuliani, to prevent Trump from communicating with the American people.  Kamala Harris is demanding that Trump’s Twitter account be suspended.  A HALF-CENTURY ago liberals pretended to be...
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