Archive for September, 2018

Tuesday, November 6, 2018. These midterm elections will take place in the middle of Republican President Donald Trump’s first term. It is important that your get out and vote.

The Republican Party needs to maintain control of the house and senate. We need to insure our President can continue to Make America Great! Here are just a few of President Trump’s accomplishments in 2018.

• More Americans are back at work this year. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 2018’s average monthly job growth was the strongest since 1997 with 2.5 million jobs added to the U.S. economy. The most important issue for Americans is the creation of new jobs and stopping American jobs from going overseas. The U.S. economy is booming, yet one would have to go right to the White House website to read about this news, because the mainstream media is ignoring historic job growth enabled by President Trump’s business- and worker-friendly government policies.

• On April 17, 2018, also known as “Tax Day,” President Trump wrote an editorial in USA Today promoting his tax cuts for all Americans: “ I signed one of the largest tax cuts in history and the most sweeping tax reform in a generation.” The corporate tax reform will keep jobs at home and make sure that more Americans are working this year.

• Infrastructure was front-and-center this year, with the president announcing his detailed framework to rebuild American roads and bridges. In addition, the Trump administration rolled out an FY 2019 budget that saved $3 trillion over the next ten years for American taxpayers.

• Trump has secured economic growth – He has renegotiated trade deals, created jobs, and has pushed the stock market to improve dramatically. Trump promised to polish the economy to 4% growth and so far, several months in his presidency have seen up to 3% growth overall.

• In March, the president announced steps to stop China from stealing American intellectual property. Also, in that month, President Trump announced efforts to protect America’s schools, including partnering the Department of Homeland Security with states to harden at-risk schools.

• He acknowledged Jerusalem as Israel’s capital – Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama assured the United States that they would do this, but Trump is the only one that carried through. He kept his word and did what he told the people he was going to do.

• Illegal immigration rates have dropped – Although the process to become a US citizen is long, it doesn’t make illegal immigration right. Not only is it illegal, but it also costs United States taxpayers $134.9 billion, in turn to them coming here. Thanks to Trump, the number of immigrants illegally coming to the United States is at an all-time low.

• Appointed Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and more than 75 other constitutionally sound federal judges, 30 of which are serving.

• Reinstated an expanded Mexico City Policy blocking foreign aid from being used for abortions.

• Reversed onerous Obama environmental rules that gave the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ham-handed authority to destroy the coal industry and abrogate landowners’ rights.

• Kick-started America’s energy sector by curtailing regulations, facilitating the Keystone XL Pipeline and opening up vast federal areas to oil and gas exploration.

• Rebuilt the nation’s military, destroyed ISIS and faced down North Korea’s “Rocket Man.”

• Issued an order enforcing First Amendment protections for religious liberty.

• Restored the freedom of military chaplains to espouse biblical morality, and essentially reversing Mr. Obama’s transgender military policy.

• Revoked the Education Department’s order that public schools allow gender-confused males access to girls’ restrooms and locker rooms.

• Cracked down on sex trafficking. President Trump signed a law allowing states to move against sex-ad Internet sites, and the Justice Department on April 6 seized and shut down, which carried ads for prostitution, including trafficked children.

• Overhauled the mismanaged Veterans Administration and giving veterans more health care choices.

• Replaced Obamacare incrementally, beginning with a repeal of the individual mandate.

• Imposed sanctions on Venezuela’s socialist dictatorship and revising Mr. Obama’s deals with communist Cuba.

• Worked with Central American nations to crack down on MS-13 gangs.

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All 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives and 35 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate will be contested. It is important that your get out and vote.