If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14
Where'd McPain get the Money July 2, 2017 - John McCain is a traitor. Where did all McCain’s money come from. The McCain Institute received a YUGE donation from George Soros. George Soros is as anti-American as they come.
This McPain devil is guilty of TREASON! Lock him up! July 17 - He is supposedly home in AZ recovering from emergency surgery - supposedly
Nancy Pelosi drugs July 10, 2017 - There is a report - evidently more FAKE NEWS - that Nancy Pelosi's daughters busted for Trafficking Cocaine. Pelosi's daughters were caught attempting to smuggle cocaine across the Mexico border.
Lets see where this story goes, appears false. Prez Trump is after Jjohn Podesta, it'd be nice if he can he get Pelosi too.
Christopher Wray FBI July 12, 2017 - President Trump’s pick for FBI Director commits to strict independence. Several SINators made fools of themselves in the questioning, and they are an embarrassment to what was once an honorable American Senate.
Chris Wray vows strict independence Faithful to the U.S. Constitution - unlike the 0bama-Clinton mafia. Sinators made utter FOOLS of themselves instead of questioning to confirm an FBI director! I am ASHAMED of them!
Christopher Wray conf hearing Wed July 12, 2017 - Christopher Wray, Trump's pick for FBI director could be exactly what agency needs. Lawyers and FBI agents who have worked with Wray describe him as calm, methodical, and even-handed. Christopher Wray would inherit an FBI thats been in chaos for years. Wray's hearing is Wednesday July 12th before the Senate Judiciary Committee. 126.96.36.199/focus/f-news/3568078/posts
Republicrats who voted with Demonrats to fund SIN.
Justin Amash, Michigan Jack Bergman, Michigan, former MARINE Corp General Mike Coffman, Colorado Barbara Comstock, VA Paul Cook, California Ryan Costello, Pennsylvania Carlos Curbelo, Florida Jeff Denham, Calipornistan Charlie Dent of PA John Faso, NY Brian Fitzpatrick of PA Darrell Issa, Calipornistan John Katko, New York Steve Knight, Calipornistan Leonard Lance, New Jersey Frank LoBiondo, New Jersey Tom MacArthur, New Jersey Brian Mast, Florida, Army Ranger Tom Reed, New York Dave Reichert, Washington State Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, FloriDUH (her daughter is now her son) Bill Shuster, PA Elise Stefanik, New York Claudia Tenney, New York
Impeachment July 12, 2017 - Two House DEMONrat files article of impeachment against President Donald Trump. Calipornistan Rep. Brad Sherman and Texas Rep Al Green formally introduced an article of impeachment against President Trump July 12, Wednesday that accuses the president of obstructing justice during the federal investigation of Russia’s 2016 election interference.
This comes despite concern among Demonrats that taking such aggressive action against the president will create backlash against the party. A majority vote in a House now controlled by Republicans is required to impeach a president. Republicans have a 24-seat advantage.
Sherman claims Trump firing James Comey as FBI director in May amounts to obstructing justice.
John McCain, my comments July 20, 2017 - I do NOT know if he really has cancer or if this is a coverup for getting out of the hangman's noose. The rumor is that McCain will not come back. This was his chance to slip quietly from the National Stage without getting indicted. MANY blog pages, happy surfing. People HATE McCain with passion. He is a cancer on America.
Arizona governor appoints a replacement from the departing Senator’s party. I hope he appoints Dr. Kelli Ward, who really won the Senate race in 2016 mehaf.freeforums.net/thread/191
Cancel your recess July 20, 2017 - President Trump told GOP senators to cancel their August recess and not leave town until acting to repeal ObamaCare. Trump had them to lunch at the White House. The president challenged the GOP senators to keep their campaign promises. President Trump is ready to act, pen in hand, and THAT is why Sinators balk - they want 0bamacare for the sheepl, but exempt themselves. thehill.com/homenews/administration/342732-trump-to-gop-senators-cancel-your-recess
Americans betrayed by congress July 21, 2017 - One thing worse than a Demonrat is a Democrat disguised as a Republican. USA has far too many of those in Congress. The health care situation has allowed us to sort out the true conservatives from the RINOs.
Susan Rice met with Sinate in private July 22, 2017 - Susan Rice met Friday with investigators from the Senate intelligence committee regarding Russia’s attempts to influence the election. Rice revealed the identities of Trump associates collected by the intelligence community.
Allegations that Rice unmasked Trump associates traced back to House intelligence committee chairman Devin Nunes. Nunes is likely the ONLY civil one on that cmte.
Veterans' access to medical marijuana hinges on a Monday vote.
A measure allowing veterans easier access to medical marijuana garnered bipartisan support in Congress last year and nearly became law. A vote on Monday could be the end of the line this year in another attempt to pass it.
The House Rules Committee will soon decide whether to allow Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., to offer an amendment to the Department of Veterans Affairs budget on the House floor. His "Veterans Equal Access" amendment would allow VA doctors to recommend medical marijuana to their veteran patients in states where the drug is legal. VA providers would also be able to complete veterans' paperwork required by some states to purchase marijuana.
If the Rules Committee approves the amendment, Blumenauer will offer it up later next week when the House debates the VA appropriations bill. If the committee rejects it, the amendment will die before an opportunity for debate.
"All we're trying to do is make conversations between veterans and their VA providers about all treatment options more accessible," Blumenauer said in an emailed statement. "We have Republicans, Democrats, and veterans behind this effort. Our hope is that the Rules Committee will take note of the overwhelming bipartisan support for this amendment, show compassion for our veterans, and give us a vote."
This marks Blumenauer's fourth time trying to pass the legislation.
The amendment failed in the House in 2014 and 2015, but passed 233-189 last year. It was also approved in the Senate, with a vote of 89-8. But during negotiations, the measure was stripped out of the VA appropriations bill by a conference committee established to reconcile differences between the House and Senate versions.
In 2016, the Veterans Equal Access amendment didn't have to go through the Rules Committee. The additional step this year is mandatory for all amendments to the VA appropriations bill.
"We feel this should be a priority, given the support for it in the past," said Nicole L'Esperance, communications director for Blumenauer.
The Veterans Equal Access amendment recently progressed in the Senate.
The Senate Appropriations Committee voted 24-7 on July 13 to include the amendment in that chamber's VA appropriations bill. Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., and Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., offered the amendment.
"To not enable an individual to have the conversation with their doctor about the pros and cons of this potential remedy is to take away a dialogue important to a veteran's health," Merkley said. "It's important we pass this here and make sure it survives conference committee and goes to the president. Let's take this opportunity to stand up for our soldiers."
Daines' and Merkley's states are two of the 29 in the country that permit some form of cannabis use. Daines said the restrictions on the VA from discussing marijuana were a "violation of veterans' rights to talk openly and freely with their doctor."
"When a veteran in Montana walks into a VA facility, they can't discuss all the options available to them, but they can discuss them at the non-VA facility next door," Daines said.
More veterans are rallying behind marijuana as a potential treatment for service-connected health problems such as post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain, and they see it as an alternative to addictive opioids.
The American Legion, which has a membership of 2.2 million veterans, decided last August that it would advocate to remove marijuana from the list of Schedule I drugs, which, along with heroin, LSD and Ecstasy, are designated as having no medical use. Reclassifying marijuana would remove barriers for scientific research.
The American Legion is attempting to wield some of its political influence with Congress, the VA and President Donald Trump.