Month: July 2020

45 Strong Indicators Trump Can Be Reelected as 45th President in 2020

The American silent majority who stunned the world in 2017 and elected Donald Trump President are still here. But this time, they’re red-hot-boiling-over motivated and welcoming many more supporters in time for the 2020 election. The Mainstream Media, Democrats and Hollywood ignore this of course, but the demonstrations, terrorism, looting, beating up of innocent people–all…

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Corky’s Pico de Gallo

If our father were alive during these days of pandemic restrictions, there’s no doubt he would be finding all kinds of ways to stay busy and productive. Walter “Corky” Dennis retired from a memorable career as police officer and homicide detective for the San Antonio Police Department in the 1980s. He immediately began work as…

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Russian Probe Zeroing In On Obama-Biden Administration

Operation Crossfire Hurricane is boomeranging on the Obama-Biden Administration. With new revelations in hand, the Senate Homeland and Governmental Affairs Committee has formally requested more information for the investigation of Obama-Biden interference into Donald Trump’s presidency before and after his election. The investigation is honing in on Christopher Steele’s discredited anti-Trump dossier or who trafficked…

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What’s Trump Doing About Big Pharma Prices and Drugs Made in Foreign Countries?

Only a small proportion of generic active pharmaceutical ingredients are actually manufactured in the United States, and the majority come from India and China. “American reliance on foreign countries for critical, generic drugs is not sustainable and leaves the American people incredibly vulnerable,” Trump said during his campaign rallies in 2017. Spring and summer 2020…

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Setting the Record Straight on School Reopenings in Texas

Paxton Issues Legal Guidance on School Reopening Politicians and playing politics in our local school districts has threatened some schools not to reopen in 2020. However, deaths from student suicides and drug overdoses currently exceed deaths due to the COVID-19 virus, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) director Dr. Robert Redfield warned. Attorney General…

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Graceland Presents Ten New Interactive Experiences Before Elvis Week

Just in time for Elvis Week, Graceland and Elvis Presley’s Memphis Entertainment Complex in Memphis, Tennessee is debuting 10 new interactive experiences for visitors to immerse themselves even further into the life and legacy of the King of Rock ‘n Roll. “Our goal is to make every guest’s visit to Graceland unforgettable, which is why we continually…

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Hurricane Hanna Price Gouging Warning Alert

Following the severe weather and flooding in South Texas during Hurricane Hanna, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today warned that state law prohibits price gouging in the wake of a declared disaster. Under state law, once the governor issues a declaration, vendors are prohibited from charging exorbitant prices for necessities such as drinking water, food, batteries, generators, towing, clothing,…

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