It's beginning to look a lot like TreasonEverywhere you goSentenced to five to ten, or life in the penWith striped shirts and metal bars aglowIt's beginning to look a lot like TreasonRussian Agents off our shoresBut the prettiest sight to see, is the holly that will beThe Trumps behind locked doors
A top Republican strategist who has worked for Sen. John McCain and Gov. John Kasich announced he has donated $500 to Roy Moore's Democratic opponent, Doug Jones, in order to "save the GOP."
There's a story you'll never hear about on MSNBC, unless of course they want to break down the calories and accuse them of trying to give the press high blood pressure and weight gain
A Maryland GOP official is requesting a refund of his $1,000 donation to Roy Moore's campaign because he made the donation at a fundraiser "before I found out he was a creeper."
I think...Melania...needed a break....from her fight on cyberbullying.....that she pledged. seems some people won't stop bullying....even if....she is the one in charge of the new regime
I'll never understand why people laugh at this. Are your lives THAT miserable that you have to find something negative in every good deed? You people are pathetic. Go hide ib your safe space for the next 7 years, please. And let the rest of us continue getting America back to the great country it once was. #maga
The grotesque thing about that nice gesture, The same people that they bought lunch for will probably write disgusting and mean things about them on the same day
Hi! Whoever is reading this, I understand how rough things are right now. I just want to let you know that things will get better, I promise. Keep holding on just a little bit longer. I know you feel like nobody really cares. You're wrong, stop denying it. I care, otherwise I wouldn't be writing this. You're not alone, we may be miles away but we're all going through the same things. Please keep holding on.
VA Cuts Program For Homeless Vets After Touting Trump's CommitmentBy Arthur Allen and Lorraine Woellert 12/06/2017 07:13 PM EST
Four days after Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin held a big Washington event to tout the Trump administration’s promise to house all homeless vets, the agency did an about-face, telling advocates it was pulling resources from a major housing program.
The VA said it was essentially ending a special $460 million program that has dramatically reduced homelessness among chronically sick and vulnerable veterans. Instead, the money would go to local VA hospitals that can use it as they like, as long as they show evidence of dealing with homelessness.
Anger exploded on a Dec. 1 call that was arranged by Shulkin’s Advisory Committee on Homeless Veterans to explain the move. Advocates for veterans, state officials and even officials from HUD, which co-sponsors the program, attacked the decision, according to five people who were on the call.
"I don’t understand why you are pulling the rug out," Elisha Harig-Blaine, a National League of Cities housing official who was on the call, said in an interview afterward. "You're putting at risk the lives of men and women who've served this country."
“The VA is taking its foot off the pedal,” said Leon Winston, an executive at Swords to Plowshares, which helps homeless vets in San Francisco, where he said the VA decision is already having an impact. HUD recently put up 100 housing vouchers for veterans in the program, but the local VA hospital said it could only provide support for 50.
The agency's move came as HUD on Wednesday released its annual survey showing a 1.5 percent increase in veteran homelessness over 2016 — the first rise since 2010. Most of the jump occurred in Los Angeles, where housing costs are skyrocketing.
Not like Mike Obama at all, That ape preached for kids to eat garbage for lunch. Thank you Presigent Trump and V.P. foe giving us EXCELLENT First Ladies! MAGA