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By: Juan Reynoso, WTP – activist -     STAND FOR AMERICA

"Americas must realize that self-scrutiny is not treason. Self-examination is not disloyalty."

The real enemy of the women and the working people of this country, is the Washington establishment, not Donald Trump.

We the people that voted for Donald Trump, vote for him because we are fed-up with the Washington corrupt establishment, the establishment is and continue being the enemy of the American people, they are the war mongers promoters of Neo-liberalism, globalization free trade and the demise of our constitutional rights and our economic freedom. Any one that defend Hillary Clinton the pathological liar is an ignorant that is blind and brainwash by the corporate news media the propaganda machinery of the Washington corrupt establishment.

Having an enemy is important not only to define our identity but also to provide us with an obstacle against which to measure our system of values, our unity and solidarity in seeking to overcome the obstacle and to demonstrate our own worth. In other words: we need an enemy to know who we are and who we are not; knowing this is indispensable for our self-approval and self-esteem.  So please continue your attacks because when you attack us we know who you are, your ideology and what you stand for; knowing that you are different from us and observe customs that are not our own, give us the opportunity to educate you and hopefully inform you what is the best for our country so we can work together in unity and solidarity to make our country great again. We believe in our God given rights to be the best we can be. And we want to stand for a country that support these principles. We the people must connect and commit to fight for human rights and sought to galvanize governments into actions to promote, protect and guard human rights and their economic freedom. Neo-Liberalism, corporate control and slave wages must end. connect and commit to create good paying jobs for Americans, do not buy any goods made in foreign countries, support President Donald Trump to bring back jobs to America. Let’s make our country great again. Do not ask what your country can do for you; but ask what can you do for our country. Americans need good paying jobs, every time that you buy a foreign made product you are killing an American job and contributing to poverty in our country.


The economic hit man

Neo-Liberalism the enslaver of the working class.

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By: Juan Reynoso, WTP Activist -
Seek the truth, truth and knowledge diffused among the people are necessary for the reclamation and preservation of our Democracy, rights, freedom and liberties
Reducing poverty and creating jobs through cooperatives. We the people have the power to stop our economic slavery and reclaim the American dream.
What is a Worker Cooperative?
Today, Washington is full of fake politicians controlled by the oligarchs; our economy is horribly, our justice system is corrupt, our jail system has become an industry that pray on the Black and the Hispanic poor, in fact our jails are the cash cow for big business, the mega-corporations that run our jail system. Our education system is expensive, unequal and bad.  We could literally go on forever about how screwed up our government is and the damage that is done to the people. But despite all of that, I still have faith on us the people of these Unite States. We must work together and get our country on the right path. Our founding fathers hate tyranny and love liberty this is why they work together and they forged the greatest document ever created in this country, the Constitution of the United States of America. This document guarantees the Rights and Freedoms of every American and our duty as Americans is to defend it at all cost.
Now our number one priority is to create jobs to stop the demise of our communities in our country, but our government main interest is to protect the interest of the corporate establishment by the promotion of free trades and the out sourcing of American’s jobs , and will never have the will to promote cooperatives as the solution to this mega unemployment problem; it is up to the people to get united and start forming cooperatives to create jobs for Americans and to service the community better than any corporation will ever do. Cooperatives are the solution to this mega problem.  By aligning community and philanthropic resources with initiatives and activities for economic development and jobs creating cooperatives, we can alleviate the issue of poverty,  unemployment and low income in our communities.
Why We Need More Employee-Owned Businesses
Frequently Asked Questions about Worker Cooperatives
How to Build an Employee-Owned Business
How Worker Cooperatives Work
Worker Cooperatives and Revolution: History and Possibilities in the United States
America's Largest Majority Employee-Owned Companies

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Conservatives Should Embrace Free Trade

The late Milton Friedman wrote that there are “few measures that we could take would do more to promote the cause of freedom at home and abroad than complete free trade.” But with a pro-free trade measure at hand, some on the right are letting their objections for President Obama's lawlessness on immigration and other issues to cloud their conviction in this core principle of conservative belief.

At issue is Trade Promotion Authority, which guarantees that international trade agreements struck by the president will receive an up-or-down vote in the House and Senate. The expedited process would extend from the last months of Obama's second term into the next, hopefully Republican presidency. Since the GOP controls both chambers of Congress until Obama leaves office, putting trade agreements to a vote hardly seems like a serious danger, especially for some of the more outlandish “threats” that critics have raised.

Would House Republicans – any House Republicans – vote to curtail the 2nd Amendment, for instance? The idea is, frankly, laughable. And yet this precise worry has been raised by Gun Owners of America (generally a terrific organization) as something Obama may try to sneak through once he has secured an up-or-down vote in Congress.

Fears of a liberal dream agreement gliding through Congress while Republicans watch helplessly look even more outlandish when one considers the politics of the actual agreement at issue: the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade deal that Obama is currently negotiating with Japan and other Asian countries.

They say you can tell who a man is by his friends. For the TPP, it's equally instructive to look at its enemies: an axis-of-liberalism of unions and environmentalists. In Congress, arch-liberal Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), backed by the nakedly partisan former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), have lit up Obama for backing the deal, occassionally descending into bitter recriminations. Given that unions have employed truly slash-and-burn tactics to stop the TPP, including warning a Democratic lawmaker they would drop $2 million in the next Democratic primary to take them out if they disobeyed liberal orthodoxy, it's clear the TPP won't be garnering a huge number of Democratic votes when it comes to the House floor. Given that reality, all of the leverage for agreeing to the ultimate deal lies with the Republicans. And if a President Rubio or Walker is negotiating deals in 2017, trade fast-track will help facilitate their deals. It would also be more difficult to pass through Congress then with Democrats likely to be completely unified against it.

Beyond fears about Obama, a more worrying trend in the rhetoric from some critics like Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), generally speaking a conservative champion, is their criticism of trade deals in principle. Sessions has criticized previous free trade agreements, saying they have led to a trade imbalance. The Alabama Republican cites economist Clyde Prestowitz, a former Reagan administration official who has veered sharply left in recent decades, arguing that an increase in imported goods has led to job losses. Here, Friedman is especially instructive. Rather than causing economic harm, the truth about imports is “very different,” he wrote in the late 1990s. “We cannot eat, wear, or enjoy the goods we send abroad. We eat bananas from Central America, wear Italian shoes, drive German automobiles, and enjoy programs we see on our Japanese TV sets. Our gain from foreign trade is what we import. Exports are the price we pay to get imports.”

Every industry has what Friedman called a “cacophony of the 'interested sophistry of merchants and manufacturers' and their employees” working overtime to “protect” their narrow interests against trade deals that benefit vast millions of people, a little bit each. As a conservative, I'm worried about representing the interest of the many – I know that each industry will ably represent itself. Conservatives looking at guaranteeing merely a vote on a trade agreement loathed by the left ought to consider their interests, too.

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Grassfire Nation News Update:
Carbon Tax And the EPA


Dear Patriot,

This week, Senators Liebermann and Kerry are announcing
their latest Cap and Trade Carbon Tax bill. But unless
grassroots citizens act now, the debate could be over
before it even begins.

Here's why.

As you may know, the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) in December ruled that CO2 is an "endangerment"
pollutant, giving the agency authority to regulate
CO2 -- regardless of what Congress does.

For months, President Obama has all-but threatened to
use the EPA to bypass Congress and seize government
control of the air we breathe -- especially if Congress
could not pass Cap and Tax. That plan is just weeks
away from full implementation through the EPA.

Without even a vote in Congress, Obama --
through the EPA -- is already moving quickly
to put the energy sector of the economy under
the government's control.

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by introducing a resolution (SJ Res. 26) to disapprove
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It is now clear that, whenever possible, the Obama
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They did it with healthcare and now they are doing it
with the Carbon Tax scheme by expanding government
authority through the EPA.

It's just another power grab -- and in their minds even
better if it is all done in some bureaucrat's office far
away from public scrutiny.

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U.N. can go straight to Hell!!

Now the U.N. is telling American's how to govern their own people? They can go straight to Hell!! Are they currently aware who foot's the majority of U.N. Fund's? We do. They are so unable to act in a way that is unbias. They like to pretend they can accomplish everything without the U.S., and while they show resentment towards us, they are cashing our check. Let's cancel some of those checks and then lets see how much they can truly accomplish? I find no real proof of racism or ethinc discrimination anywhere in Arizona's Law. They want us to keep our border's wide open and unsafe. Why do we support the U.N.? And as for the ethnic studies I don't believe that a race specific class is equality. They are allowed to have a racial Identity and we are not. How is that fair? You try and be proud for being white and they will call it racism. So minorities are encouraged to be proud while whites are demonized for it. and what happens when the minority becomes the majority? Will those practices still be allowed? of course. If your going to be proud for being black, then I'm going to be proud for being white. As simple as that. We may have made mistakes in our past, but whites are not only. Why are Hispanics not mentioned for their part in slavery? Why are African slave traders not mentioned in slavery? Why are Arab's not mentioned for their big part in slavery? Interesting. And are people aware that African's also had African slaves? or that they also had white slaves? Again interseting. And i think it's to funny how African Americans and Hispanic Americans ally themselves with Democrats. It's like they aren't aware that Democrats were actually for slavery. LOL!! Humans are so funny acting. Now I have no problem for racial identity if its fair for all of us. This Nation is full of unfairness and inequality when it comes to race. Why can't we just be human? Anywho I'll be back with more, I need to get some of that good old coffee!! God bless!!
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Initial frustration with big spending Republicans drove Ryan Hecker and other fiscal conservatives to the creation of the TEA Party but it is the Democrats today who are the ones most worried by the grassroots disgust with business as usual in Washington, D.C. This week the TEA Party comes of age . . . as they flex their political muscle with a second survey called the "Contract FROM America . . . seeking to create a TEA Party platform consisting of ten planks . . . .

To date over 400,000 surveys have been completed and thus far the top three planks of the TEA Party movement appear to be:

#1 Protect the Constitution by requiring each bill to identify the specific provisions of the Constitution giving Congress the power to do what the bill would do. 82% of all survey responses included this plank.

#2 Reject “Cap and Trade Tax” Legislation and stop costly new regulations that would increase unemployment, raise consumer prices and weaken the nation’s global competitiveness with no measurable impact upon global temperatures. 70.8% of all surveys included this plank. Obama has not been able to push this bill through the senate and is now seeking to make an end run around the legislative process by having the EPA issue a directive in line with the provisions in the senate.
#3 Demand a balanced budget
by getting a Constitutional amendment process to require a balanced budget with a two-thirds majority required for any tax hikes. 69.6% of respondents approved of that plank.

The Contract From America is the brainchild of 29-year-old Houston attorney Ryan Hecker. Hecker invented the concept even before the tea party movement began in February 2009. Hecker says the ultimate objective is to “influence the outcome of the midterm elections” the way the Contract With America did in 1994, or even more.

"My dream, my hope," Hecker said, "is that economic conservative candidates and those who want to be economic conservatives in the future will sign on, and that we get a bunch of blue-dog Democrats and tons of elected officials onboard, and that they recognize that any document they craft themselves won't be as powerful as one coming from the people.”

Using the results of more than 5,000 surveys from members of the grass-roots movement, the Conservative Political Action Committee winnowed the ideas down to 21 proposals. Then they posted the list online in the as an extended survey, and directed voters to the ContractFromAmerica Web site to select the top 10 ideas.

The ten proposals that the grass-roots voters deem the most important will be included in the full ContractFromAmerica proposal, to be unveiled on April 15 during the massive Tax Day Tea Party rally being conducted in the nation's capital. Reflecting the widespread, de-centralized power of the tea party movement, the Contract From America also will be simultaneously revealed in Houston, Austin, Atlanta, and 80 other locations in the country. Hecker’s idea was based upon the Republican Party’s Contract with America in which the G.O.P. successfully passed nine of the ten contract items into law and forced Bill Clinton to abandon his liberal agenda and govern from the center.

"The Contract From America was a great document," Hecker says, "but ths time it's not top down, it's bottom up . . . It comes from the people, and it's how representative government should work."

"It started with my recent frustration with the Republican Party's lack of legitimacy on economic-conservative issues," he explains. "They no longer represented for me a proxy for my beliefs on the economic front. So this idea came from that. I thought, 'How do we move this country back into an economic conservative direction if that's not where it seems either party is headed. And then it just fit perfectly within the TEA party movement." To which Rajjpuut says, AMEN!

Ya’all live long, strong and ornery,


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