Thursday, October 12, 2017

BREAKING Trump Cracks Down on the United Nations

Trump Will Not Stand Idle While They Cater to Terrorists


Pass the Trump Agenda! [READ MORE]


Sent by Trump Train News, 107 S West Street #948, Alexandria, VA 22314

This message was intended for:
You were added to the system June 19, 2017.
For more information click here. Update your preferences
Unsubscribe | Unsubscribe via email

Sunday, October 8, 2017

CVTP --The Central Virginia Tea Party Press....... 10/7/17 ......... JUST SCAN THE TITLES FIRST ..... circulation 375+

CVTP --The Central Virginia Tea Party Press....... 10/7/17 ......... JUST SCAN THE TITLES FIRST ..... circulation 375+

       SHARE THIS EMAIL                   "The only thing politicians need more than votes is ....WATCHING."

                "what can be seen is temporary, but what cannot be seen is eternal"   2 Corinthians 4:18 

Florence, a large near-Earth size asteroid, passed safely by Earth on Sept. 1, 2017

Chesterfield county officials take the bait again/ you can bet somebody's going to make a buck/ a big buck

EPA proposes ending Obama's "... biggest most important step we've ever taken to combat climate change." 

House-sized asteroid will come to Earth October 12 as it passes just 27,000 miles away

in the churches of America her pulpits flame with righteousness, the secret of her genius and power. America is great because America is good.

50 percent of all electricity sold by the NY's utilities to come from renewable generating resources

terminally ill patients may now gain access to new medications which have not yet been fully approved by the FDA.

New NAFTA may support minimum wage and climate change! ...Top 10 Reasons to Oppose NAFTA

"He offers a world without fear, fight or failure."

Gambling is fun when you're using taxpayer dollars - tell your supervisor NO

Effective today, residents in D.C. seeking a concealed carry permit won't have to show a good reason to obtain it.

interesting discussion of the second amendment

seems like a wonderful inspiring film about love

The federal government is scaling back the requirement that employers must provide contraception at no out-of-pocket cost to employees

Canada's "Progressive" NAFTA demands include abolishing U.S. right-to-work laws and addressing global warming/climate change.

guns don't kill people/ people kill people/ especially people on psychiatric drugs

================LAST ISSUE========================= ===============

This was produced in 1965 ….. the pictures are from NOW ….. Amazing

Wonderful article ... STEVE MCQUEEN: AMERICAN ICON, a special movie event in theaters Tues 10/10 & Thurs 10/19.

The cost of illegal immigration is at a record high — here are the numbers you need to know

A Coptic Christian brought his family to America in 2005 for fear of religious persecution from Islamic extremists back home.  

So much for limited government/ all governments left unchecked will grow

She said they were practically broke when they left the white house / now check out her numbers

"Being Born Again provides Heaven on earth"

 He has been paying over $600 a month for over two years and the federal government still has his truck

Antifa defined/ great video/ it will scare you  ............ you must watch

New online programming geared toward middle and high school students launching this fall

Not a Single Shooting Following Campus-carry Freedom in Texas Last Year

Watch Senator Bernie Sanders get schooled in the problem with socialist medical care and
Alieta Eck, M.D. testifies to Senate about a better way to provide medical care to the poor....This is good!!!

The washington establishment loses big

Tennessee Reinstates Work Requirements for Able-Bodied Food Stamp Recipients

******If this email was forwarded to you, please reply to if you would like to receive it weekly......

"The US Government borrows $50,000 more every second ....... Uncle Sam is your Uncle, not yo' Daddy ."

Friday, September 22, 2017

Commentary: Trump's U.N. Speech & Our Values

This week, President Trump gave his first address to the United Nations General Assembly. While some commentators praised what they considered a strong speech, it reflected again the President’s troubling effort to decouple U.S. foreign policy from our nation’s most fundamental values.

Stand Up Republic

Trump's U.N. Speech & Our Values

This week, President Trump gave his first address to the United Nations General Assembly. While some commentators praised what they considered a strong speech, it reflected again the president’s troubling effort to decouple U.S. foreign policy from our nation’s most fundamental values. He again advocated for what he calls an “America First” policy, which emphasizes a transactional view of U.S. engagement with the world, ostensibly centered around security and economic prosperity, but disassociated with democratic ideals. The problem with this approach is that our ideals are as inseparable from our interests as our interests are from our foreign policy.

It is a mistake to believe that the core source of America’s strength is its military or economic power. Rather, those are the results of our commitment, however imperfect, to our nation’s foundational principles, namely the liberty and equality of all. These ideals have fueled our economic, military, and diplomatic power since the Founders declared our independence in 1776. The more we have lived by them, the more powerful our nation has become. Conversely, when we’ve turned our back on them, our security, prosperity, and influence has suffered.

Unfortunately, President Trump has never demonstrated an understanding of this. Instead, he has sought to undermine these ideals, as well as the norms and institutions built upon them, during his first several months in office.

In his speech, President Trump repeatedly emphasized the concept of sovereignty, an important principle of international affairs that protects nations’ autonomy over their own territories. Few would argue against the sanctity of national sovereignty, which has helped prevent another great war since WWII. But many of the world’s most oppressive regimes, including those in control of Syria, North Korea, Iran, Cuba, and Russia, now exploit the concept to insulate themselves from international calls for human rights, rule of law, and democracy. They pervert the concept of sovereignty for the protection and narrow interests of their oppressive regimes, while their people demand basic rights and representation.

According to the president, members of the United Nations have two paramount responsibilities:

to “respect the interests of their own people” and “the rights of every other sovereign nation.”

With this statement, the president suggests that people only have interests — presumably defined by their leaders — while nations have rights. To some, this difference may seem inconsequential, but it is music to the ears of dictators, who are eager to dispense with the troublesome notion of universal human rights, and all too happy to define the interests of their people for them.

When President Trump claims that

“strong, sovereign nations let diverse countries with different values…work side by side on the basis of mutual respect,”

he is reminding authoritarian and other governments that, so long as they refrain from criticizing his excesses, he will gladly do the same for theirs, all under the guise of “different values.” This is not only inconsistent with the rights enjoyed by the American people; it is a break with our democratic partners around the world, and a betrayal of those living under oppressive regimes who have long looked to the United States as a beacon of hope.

While it is certainly true that different countries and cultures have different values that should be accommodated, treating the inherent liberty and equality of all as negotiable and subject to dictators’ whims makes the world less stable and jeopardizes our national security. It also weakens our commitment to our own liberty, leaving us more vulnerable to corrupt or abusive leaders here at home.

There are many contrasting ideas in America about what philosophy should drive our foreign policy. Some favor a non-interventionist, or isolationist, approach while others favor a foreign policy that is more engaged in defending and promoting U.S. interests abroad. This is a policy issue that citizens and leaders should certainly debate, and there is room for intelligent, patriotic Americans to disagree. However, the bright line we must never cross is abandoning our nation’s foundational ideals in either domestic or foreign policy-making. Doing so would be a betrayal of our own most precious and natural rights and so we must all be engaged advocates for them in whichever way our talents and capacity allow.

Contribute to Stand Up Republic now:

DONATE $10Donate $25Donate $50