Reach ‘em & teach ‘em that Bernie is full of – fairy tales.

Have you ever looked at Bernie Sanders’ campaign website? Whoa. It is a stinking pile of communist garbage. Here is his issues page summed up for you, so that you don’t have to waste your time visiting his site: everything is magically free, and if you’re having a bad day, unicorns and fairies will come over to clean your house, make you dinner, and bring you donuts – which will also magically contain no calories!

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No collusion, No obstruction, Now Let’s Keep Stopping Socialism and Choosing Freedom.

After nearly two and a half years of a hate-fueled investigation wasting millions of taxpayer dollars, Democrats are disappointed to find that there wasn’t any ‘Russian collusion’ in the 2016 election. Tea Party Patriots Action Honorary Chairman Jenny Beth Martin responded to the release of the full Mueller Report:

“Today, the American people finally see for themselves that the entire investigation into so-called ‘Russian collusion’ in the 2016 election was nothing but an obscene abuse of power by the Democrats. They have wasted more than two years and many millions of dollars on a political witch hunt, and they — along with their allies in the mainstream media — have wrongly convinced a significant portion of our citizenry that our President is an agent of a hostile foreign power.

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Are consumers the saviours of Brexit?




The combination of world trade trends, economic collapse of the EU, UK Govt Project Fear, UK Govt chaos, and possible cancellation of BREXI, has caused some slowing of the rate of growth of British economy from the heady days of BREXIT optimism. However, the strong showing of the BREXIT Party from its launch has provided a steadying effect, helped by the Conservative Constituency Chairmen preparing to oust PM May & increase the rate of de-selection of Remain supporting Tory MPs.   BSD Ed.


It is clear that as we grow closer to Brexit, the UK’s economy’s growth is slowing. In 2018, the British economy grew by 1.4% which is the weakest increase since 2012 and it looks to slow further this year too.

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