President Trump’s Travel Halt

cropped-bob-shapiro.jpg   By Bob Shapiro

I’ve been reading about the temporary ban on immigrants from the seven countries. Arguments which say that legal aliens who were here, working as professors or researchers, etc who traveled back to one of those seven countries should not be delayed in coming back to their jobs. Those arguments make a lot of sense to me.

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Typical Muslim Professor or Researcher

Then there are those who say that with the flood of foreigners trying to enter the US from one of the seven countries, they need to be vetted much better than those from other countries in order to protect Americans. And, the ban is temporary, except for Syria. Those arguments also make a lot of sense to me.

However, a lot of the tempest revolves around it possibly being a Muslim ban. That to me is poppycock! It is a delay not a ban from only those seven terrorism infested countries, which represent only a fraction of the Muslim world population. This is NOT a religious ban.

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The New York – New Jersey Bombings Illustrate Why Donald Trump Will Win

By Onan Coca – Re-Bloggd From

In 2004 President George W. Bush ran a hard-fought reelection campaign against a popular, if doofy, Democrat opponent John Kerry. For all of his faults, Kerry was far more well-liked and far less scandal plagued than today’s Democrat candidate. Bush was able to eke out a reelection victory mostly on the shoulders of his decisive reaction to the 9/11 tragedy.

In fact, the 2004 election made the phrase “security moms” famous, as the once known “soccer mom” had suddenly awakened to our dangerous new world where Islamic terrorism was the reality and her “mama bear” instincts had taken over. The “security mom” knew she had to do all she could to care for her loved ones, and that now meant using her vote to keep them safe.

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Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu Speaks To the US Congress

cropped-bob-shapiro.jpg   By Bob Shapiro

In case you missed it, Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, spoke Tuesday before a joint session of the US Congress. I found it to be a non-partisan, articulate plea for the US to not make a bad deal with Iran. This was asked for not only for Israel’s benefit, but also to enhance the safety of our country, the US.

The video is below – Mr. Netanyahu’s speech begins almost 27 minutes in, following lengthy introductions and other non-essential items. Please, view the speech.