79 results for tag: Jenny Beth’s Journal


Jenny Beth’s Journal: Report confirms Hillary Clinton, Obama, and Comey’s web of lies

If the Daily Caller report claiming a Chinese-owned firm hacked Hillary Clinton’s private server throughout her term is accurate, that means the claims of former President Obama, former FBI Director James Comey, the mainstream media, and Hillary, herself, were false and show great incompetency. Hillary, a high-level government employee, carelessly using her private, unsecured email system did not only just endanger U.S. national security; she compromised it. The Daily Caller has the story: “A Chinese-owned company operating in the Washington, D.C., area hacked Hillary Clinton’s private server throughout her term as secretary of state and ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: Democrats cry “drain the swamp” when convenient

In response to the verdict against Paul Manafort and the plea deal by Michael Cohen, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats are calling to drain the swamp. We know too well that “draining the swamp” has never been a priority to the Democrats – at least when it doesn’t fit their narrative. Let’s look at the countless ways Democrats have intentionally ignored corruption in Washington. The Hill has Jenny Beth’s commentary: Democrats, both in the executive branch and in the Congress, worked instead to hamper the investigation and protect those who had engaged in serial wrongdoing. Lois Lerner was allowed to retire with ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: What’s happened to the Democratic party’s approach to illegal immigration?

To many, it’s no surprise that Democrats have done a complete 180 on illegal immigration and border security over the years. Today, leading Democrats oppose construction of a physical barrier, demand abolition of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and anything that Trump touches. The party’s switch has betrayed their own constituents and abandoned them in search of new voters. Jenny Beth Martin has the commentary on FoxNews: Back in 2006, when the Secure Fence Act was being considered in the Senate, Democratic party leaders envisioned a difficult presidential election in 2008. They wanted to secure their right flank against charges ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: Are we surprised that most Democrats don’t get capitalism OR socialism?

The recent Gallup poll reveals that 57 percent Democrats prefer socialism and snub the idea of capitalism. But why is that? Jenny Beth Martin has a simple answer: they’re just uninformed. The Hill has Jenny Beth’s commentary: The typical graduate of the typical four-year college in this country thinks better of Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, and Ho Chi Minh than he or she does of Ronald Reagan. They simply do not know, or understand, that socialism is but one step removed from communism, and communism kills. Ask the survivors of Pol Pot’s Cambodian killing fields (where upwards of 2 million out of a population of just 8 million were ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: Senate Democrats spin flawed arguments against Kavanaugh

Senate Democrats are trying to be strategic in blocking the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court; however they are not going to be very successful. The Hill has Jenny Beth's commentary: In making their argument, Senate Democrats point back to the confirmation process for Justice Elena Kagan, which, they point out, involved the release to the Senate Judiciary Committee of approximately 171,000 pages of documents from Kagan’s prior service in the Obama and Clinton presidencies. If it was good enough for Kagan, they argue, it should be good enough for Kavanaugh. But that’s not an apples to apples comparison. Kagan’s ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: How we can protect our intellectual property rights

Our Founding Fathers deliberately included protections to physical property, as well as to intellectual property in the U.S. Constitution. Until recently, inventors fueled American innovation. Tea Party Patriot Action’s newest documentary, Invalidated: The Shredding of the U.S. Patent System, delves into the problems that American innovators face today. More and more, large corporations are simply bypassing hard-working innovators’ patents and stealing their ideas – but there are ways to prevent this intellectual property theft. Invalidated is now available to watch on Amazon Prime, iTunes, and Xfinity. The Washington Times has Jenny ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: It’s time to end the tax on phantom “gains”

Wealth creation is essential to making America great again. That’s why it’s disconcerting that we still have a silent tax based on inflation on capital gains – a tax that leads to less capital, depresses wages and job growth. Inflation is a tool created by the Washington Swamp to expand the supply of money faster than the increase in goods and services. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK) introduced legislation that would index capital gains for inflation which would lead to more investments and economic growth. The Hill has the details: Say you purchased stock in 2000 for $1,000. You sold it in 2018 for $2,000. Under ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: “Political journalists have the unsavory penchant for not allowing facts”

Last week, NBC scandalously reported that three former Ohio State University wrestlers charged that U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan “knew” about the alleged abuse of student athletes at OSU 30 years ago. However, the mainstream media failed to include two obvious and extremely important things: concrete evidence and credible witnesses. This report is starting to sound more like a witch hunt. The Washington Times has Jenny Beth’s commentary: First, the credibility issue. One of Mr. Jordan’s accusers, Dunyasha Yetts, says, “I remember I had a thumb injury and went into Strauss’ office and he started pulling down my wrestling shorts I’m like, what ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: What is the fate of our nation’s system of federalism?

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair   on internet sales tax produces a level of uncertainty of where we stand with e-commerce, federalism and even the U.S. Constitution’s Commerce Clause. The Supreme Court upheld the state law requiring online companies that make over $100,000 in South Dakota or have over 200 transactions annually to pay an internet sales tax, even if those businesses don’t have a physical presence in the state. For the sake of our nation’s system of federalism, Congress needs to step in and make a decision that will protect small online businesses from more government taxation and regulation. ...

Jenny Beth’s Journal: When it comes to immigration, Republicans need to keep their promises

This week, the House killed a so-called Republican compromise bill that would have provided the biggest amnesty ever for nearly 2.2 million illegal immigrants to become citizens in this country. The House majority voting down this bill is a victory for Tea Party Patriots but we shouldn’t get too excited as House Speaker Paul Ryan and Republicans will likely consider another compromise bill. Before they do, Republican lawmakers really need to consider what’s at stake for them and for this country if they do pass an amnesty bill. The Hill has the commentary: I have been telling them that for years, based on my conversations with grassroots ...