In case you thought the unhinged anti-Trump hysteria was dying down or that leftists had started accepting Trump’s presidency:
Even though Trump has barely been in office for two weeks, the left is already complaining about the number of executive orders he’s signed – as if he’s behaving like some sort of dictator.
As you’re about to see, the media has completely obscured the truth when it comes to presidential executive action. TMR untangles the mess.
This is what former US Attorney-General Sally Yates said as she scandalously instructed her department not to defend President Trump’s executive order on immigration:
One thing that should give us cause for optimism for 2017 and beyond is oil. You know, the stuff the left-intelligentsia said we were supposed to have run out of by now – but which the Saudis recently reminded us that there’s more than we know what to do with.
Contrary to popular belief, low oil prices are not necessarily a good thing. Even when economic times are good, low oil prices are inflationary and can be the sign of bad things to come (e.g. the 1990s leading up to the Asian Economic Crisis). Alternatively, as we’ve recently found out, low oil prices can also be a symptom of tough economic times due to low demand and activity in key economies in Europe and the USA. Indeed, you don’t see many people cheering the super low petrol prices we’ve seen recently. After all, there’s little use in having plenty of cheap fuel to put in your car if you’ve got nowhere to go.
A lot of people are wondering how Trump won yesterday’s election. For some, it came as no surprise at all.
The following videos amplify how so many of us (myself included) took the official polling hook, line and sinker – but not these guys:
TMR’s US election diary takes the form of an SMS conversation with reader Peter Part.
The Greens have issued a motion which asks the Senate to condemn various comments made by Donald Trump.
I would have thought that someone, anyone, in the media would have called this out for the hypocritical joke that it was. Lucky I didn’t hold my breath waiting.
Following the first US presidential debate, the disconnect between regular people and the ruling class and mainstream media couldn’t be more obvious.
How many people could you find on TV or in the news that were willing to say that Trump won, or that it was even a draw? TMR couldn’t find one.
‘That’s because she actually did win’ seems reasonable to say at face value – until you start looking at some actual polls taken around America:
TMR tuned into the first of the three American presidential debates and gives the following account of how it all went down: