Daily Update

President Donald J. Trump warns North Korea.  “The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea,” he said in his address to the UN General Assembly, prompting gasps from the assembled world leaders.  Personally, I am relieved that we have a President willing to stand up for America, and her allies,  in an arena that expects every nation to be meek, mild and timid when it comes to being bullied by miscreant leaders.  Leading conservative pundit, Donald Devine, opines that the best option we have is to build a missile defense wall, he may be 100% right, but in the meantime, let the bullying miscreant leader wonder what our President will do.  According to Governor Jerry Brown – the far left leader of a state that believes government solves all problems, I don’t have to worry because I dwell in deep, dark caves..  So, Gov. Moonbeam, when did America become part of Shaanxi province in China where people really do live in caves today?  By the way, Governor Moonbeam, when did you come out of your deep, dark cave to enslave the people of California?  Gov. Moonbeam, I will stand with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — who lives with the threat of terror every day — who said:  Trump’s UN Speech Was the Most Courageous in 30 Years.  

Trump hints at possible withdraw from Iran nuclear deal.  .  Isn’t it refreshing to have our President standing strong for America smack in the middle of an organization that would like to weaken the United States in the eyes of the nations that comprise the United Nations.? 

Does anyone feel sorry for Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi?  Apparently, in her long career of giving away our hard-earned tax dollars, it never occurred to her that the takes would demand more.  Obviously, Ms. Pelosi, discounts the old adage “give a person an inch, and they will take a mile.”  Larry Horist opines in Punching Bag Media, that Trumps position on DACA proves he is a constitutionalist.  

Is the Con-Con a Con?  As the article indicates, politics make strange bedfellows, all told, however, the Con-Con is a Con and we urge a NO vote on the back of the ballot you will cast in the November general election.  

Robert Knight writes in the Washington Times that vote fraudsters double their opportunities. 

Someone should tell Sen. Paul that the Investor’s Business Daily thinks the GOP’s last-ditch effort to repeal ObamaCare is surprisingly good 

ABC7NY’s Up Close interviews Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis.  City and State also has a lengthy interview of Assemblywoman Malliotakis..  (Fell free to send the links to your family and friends and, if possible, help her cause here.)