The announcement of peace is truly amazing. A formal cessation of war and hostilities is a blessing for the world. And a wonderful thing for all Koreans. There is even talk the two Koreas might someday reunify into one country. They truly are one people, after all. Family ties run wide and deep between the North and South Koreans. It is stunning news.
And yes, President Trump’s methods and means of diplomacy dramatically moved this forward and convinced Kim to try making more nice for a change. He deserves credit for this achievement from the Nobel Committee as much or more than most of their honorees. What did Obummer get his for again? Other than being black, I mean.
“‘I really messed up,’ [Clinton] told aides that night,” Chozick writes of the evening when the candidate’s Deplorables shtick went public.
On the night of the election, Chozick describes a dejected Clinton when she was told by campaign staffers that it was over.
“Of all the Brooklyn aides, Jen Palmieri had the most pleasant bedside manner,” Chozick writes. “That made her the designated deliverer of bad news to Hillary. But not this time. She told Robby there was no way she was going to tell Hillary she couldn’t win. That’s when Robby, drained and deflated, watching the results with his team in a room down the hall from Hillary’s suite, labored into the hallway of the Peninsula to break the news. Hillary didn’t seem all that surprised. ‘I knew it. I knew this would happen to me….’ Hillary said, now within a couple of inches of his face. ‘They were…
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Damn, almost like it was planned to work that way. The richest liberals in the country not supporting the Fed because they are supporting their state’s liberal policies.
President Donald Trump’s tax cuts will be anything but for about 1 million California taxpayers who will owe Uncle Sam more money a year from now.
They’re the Californians who will lose a collective $12 billion because the new law caps a deduction they have been able to take for paying their state and local taxes, according to a new analysis by the Franchise Tax Board.
Very wealthy Californians earning more than $1 million a year will pay the lion’s share of that money, with 43,000 of them paying a combined $9 billion.