President Trump’s First 100 Days: Achievements and Accomplishments. Are you disappointed about the lack of action on “refugee” resettlement and/or DACA?
Links to stories we discussed on the show are below.
In this episode:
- Pres. Trump Pwns the Lame Stream Media, Media Has Meltdown
- Pres. Trump’s Achievements Are Many, But Are They Enough to Cancel Out This Major Disappointment
- 2nd amendment Update-President Trump Signs Law Restoring Due Process Rights of Social Security Recipients
- Is Ashley Judd Really Nuts? (Yes)
Unhinged Feminist Moonbats Screech About President Trump, Ignore Female Genital Mutilation Case
Pathetic Media Doesn’t Get President Trump: Unlike Previous Republicans, He Does Not Have Battered Spouse Syndrome
(23) Al Wilson – The snake (with lyrics) – YouTube (This is the song that got CNN contributor and former Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm so jacked up. Remember when Candidate Trump recited these lyrics on the campaign trail?)
President Trump’s First 100 Days-The Good Stuff
Every law Trump has signed in his first 100 days – Business Insider (BI is a leftist outlet and very biased, but it does have this list for what it’s worth)
But What About This?
Where Are the Feminists on the Issue of Female Genital Manipulation?
2nd Amendment Update: President Trump Signs Law Restoring Due Process Rights of Social Security Recipients, Gun Range with a Bar?
Remaking America Update (devoted to stories about the Left’s project to destroy America by importing illegals and “refugees” aka future democrat voters)
Ivanka Trump: Opening Border to Syrian Refugees ‘Has To Be Part of the Discussion,’ Won’t Be Enough By Itself – Breitbart (Don’t listen to Ivanka, POTUS!)
Make School Lunches Great Again
Hillary’s Legal Woes
Mooch: Let’s Move? I Do Not Choose to Run.
Michelle Obama: ‘I won’t run for office’ for my children – BBC News (What a loss! Wait…aren’t her “children” grown up?)
Thanks to danasongs.com, who song plays at the end of that “OBrien” rejoin that we play, and incompetech.com for some of the music that we use on the program. Also thanks to Steve Vaus for “Come and Take it.” We also use music from Kevin MacLeod, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license