•   
  •   
  •   

Offbeat The Democrats’ Radical Turn

17:31  14 june  2018
17:31  14 june  2018 Source:   nationalreview.com

Senate Democrats vow to buck Trump on North Korea without tough deal

  Senate Democrats vow to buck Trump on North Korea without tough deal Senate Democrats on Monday told President Donald Trump not to make a deal with North Korea that leaves it in possession of nuclear weapons, and threatened to maintain economic sanctions on Pyongyang if that condition is not met.Chuck Schumer, the Senate Democratic Leader, and ranking Democrats from national security committees, released a letter to Trump laying out five demands for any pact. They said they would not only oppose easing sanctions on North Korea but also seek to impose tougher ones if the conditions are not met.

The Democratic party is swiftly turning radical . Its members’ beliefs make Obama look like a moderate. Trump will be able to claim plausibly that his policies are far closer to Bill Clinton’s than the Democrats ’ next presidential nominee’s are.

House Minority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise weighs in on Democrats continuing to push the Russia collusion 'lie' and explains his support for the Born Alive Act.

Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks at an event introducing his © Yuri Gripas/Reuters Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks at an event introducing his "Medicare for All Act of 2017" on Capitol Hill, September 13, 2017.

Editor’s note: The opinions in this article are the author’s, as published by our content partner, and do not necessarily represent the views of MSN or Microsoft.

One indicator of progressive hatred of Donald Trump that deserves more contemplation is this: The Democratic party is moving left with breathtaking velocity. Not only is it far to the left of Bill Clinton, it’s well to the left of even Barack Obama. Two and a half years before the next presidential election, with a wide-open race to be the party’s standard-bearer against President Trump, there’s no telling how far left the contenders for the nomination will have to move to enthuse the most ardent party members. Trump’s reelection campaign may well center on positioning him as reasonable and moderate. The Democrats appear intent on helping him do that.

Mitch McConnell cancels Senate's traditional August recess

  Mitch McConnell cancels Senate's traditional August recess U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell canceled the Senate's traditional August recess, citing Democrats' "historic obstruction" to pass legislation."Due to the historic obstruction by Senate Democrats of the president’s nominees, and the goal of passing appropriations bills prior to the end of the fiscal year, the August recess has been canceled," McConnell said in a Tuesday statement. "Senators should expect to remain in session in August to pass legislation, including appropriations bills, and to make additional progress on the president’s nominees.

Tucker: Radical Democrats turn on Nancy Pelosi - Продолжительность: 7:42 Fox News 2 247 585 просмотров.

Sorry for the audio quality on this one, I didn't have my usual mic to record but needed to put out information that was widely available, yet not being

Consider a new Gallup poll this week that revealed that party members no longer even concede that the existence of rich people is a good thing. The poll question was, “Do you think the United States benefits from having a class of rich people, or not?” Only 43 percent of Democrats said yes, as opposed to 81 percent of Republicans and 57 percent of independents. As recently as 2012, shortly after the 2011 Occupy Wall Street movement drew rapturous media coverage, 52 percent of Democrats agreed it’s a good thing to have rich people in this country.

Who do Democrats expect to pay for government if not rich people? In 2015, the top 1 percent of earners paid a greater share of individual income tax than the bottom 90 percent combined. The top 5 percent paid 60 percent of total individual income taxes. If these people were chased out of the country via confiscatory tax policies, the United States would collapse. Not only is the existence of rich people a good thing for the country overall, but if you’re poor, they are paying for all of your government stuff.

South Dakota lawmaker: Let businesses 'turn away people of color,' later apologizes

  South Dakota lawmaker: Let businesses 'turn away people of color,' later apologizes South Dakota lawmaker Michael Clark on Monday said businesses should be able to turn away customers based on sexual orientation or race. He later apologized.In a Facebook comment, state Rep. Michael Clark, a Hartford Republican, said business owners should have the final say in who they serve.

Democrats are fighting for a better, fairer, and brighter future for every American: rolling up our sleeves, empowering grassroots voters, and organizing everywhere to take our country back.

The Social Democrat Radical Party (Partido Radical Socialdemócrata, PRSD; also translated as the Radical Social Democratic Party) is a social democratic political party in Chile. The party was founded on 18 August 1994 out of a union between the Radical Party and the Social Democracy Party

This level of rank class resentment used to be utterly alien to the U.S., even among progressives. So let’s not underplay what’s going on here. The Democratic party is swiftly turning radical. Its members’ beliefs make Obama look like a moderate. Trump will be able to claim plausibly that his policies are far closer to Bill Clinton’s than the Democrats’ next presidential nominee’s are.

It is today’s party dogma, agreed upon by the presumptive Democratic presidential candidates, that the federal minimum wage should be raised by more than 100 percent to $15 per hour. Obama, on the other hand, pushed for a minimum-wage hike of 30 percent and failed to get it, even with Democrats in control of both houses of Congress for two years. Some 52 percent of Democrats want single-payer health care, according to a Pew survey last July, and the Sandersista policy of forcing the cost of state college tuition on taxpayers instead of students is catching on.

Analysis: No, Democrats haven't shown they're going to win the House

  Analysis: No, Democrats haven't shown they're going to win the House Following a fresh round of bellwether votes, the party still hasn't shown it can win the districts they need to take control of the House.They managed to avert the total disaster of getting "locked out" of general election contests in California, where candidates of all parties compete against each other in primaries and the top two vote-getters advance to the final round.

The Democrats are caving before the battles are even engaged. They’ve forgotten that the GOP won its majorities because it spent eight years saying no, no, absolutely no to President Obama. Rather than fight, the Democrats have decided to find ways to work with Trump. What are these people talking

The Democratic National Convention’s platform is most radical — unsurprisingly so — when it comes to abortion and Israel. If there are two areas in In fact the Democrats ’ platform is the extreme on when it comes to abortion: The Democratic Party strongly and unequivocally supports Roe v. Wade

In 2013, when Bernie Sanders introduced a previous version of his “Medicare for All” plan, it had zero co-sponsors. Last year, Sanders attracted 16 fellow Democrats as co-sponsors for his single-payer health-care bill, including potential presidential contenders Kirsten Gillibrand, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, and Elizabeth Warren. Booker, a longtime friend of Wall Street who called Obama’s attacks on Bain Capital “nauseating,” these days is calling out Wall Street for its alleged “greed.” Booker, Warren, Sanders, Harris, and Gillibrand are backing a bonkers federal job guarantee that even Obama cheerleader Jonathan Chait of New York magazine labels “a huge mistake,” half-baked,” and “wildly premature.” Kevin Drum of Mother Jones notes, “Even our lefty comrades in social democratic Europe don’t guarantee jobs for everyone. It would cost a fortune; it would massively disrupt the private labor market; it would almost certainly tank productivity,” etc.

Let’s just pause here to reflect that the leaders of the Democratic party are now to the left of Mother frickin’ Jones.

Poll: Democratic voters are more engaged than Republicans

  Poll: Democratic voters are more engaged than Republicans Democratic voters are more engaged in the 2018 midterm elections than Republican voters, according to a new George Washington University Politics poll. Forty-six percent of Democrats polled said they used social media to share an opinion, while 37 percent of Republicans said they do the same.Forty-two percent of Democrats said they had spoken to people about how to vote, while 33 percent of Republicans said they too had spoken with people on the subject.The poll also found that Democratic voters were more active in campaign activities such as attending rallies, displaying campaign merchandise, and making donations.

On immigration, an issue that in 2016 motivated Democratic voters in the bluest areas of the country but hurt them in swing states and in any case did not cost Trump any Latino support compared to Mitt Romney, the Democrats have taken an extreme position, backing open borders and protecting illegal immigrants. It was only twelve years ago that Obama said, “When I see Mexican flags waved at pro-immigration demonstrations, I sometimes feel a flush of patriotic resentment. When I’m forced to use a translator to communicate with the guy fixing my car, I feel a certain frustration.” Today, a Democrat expressing such sentiments would have zero hope of being his party’s presidential nominee. He would be tarred as a racist and be declared unfit for decent political company.

A Democrat who acknowledged such sentiments at times while also backing a humane and sympathetic immigration policy might attract considerable support. But that kind of Clintonite triangulation aimed at appeasing the broad middle is dead. Trying to win people over in calm, soothing tones is dead. Today’s Democrats are screeching to the choir.

Farm Bill Passes House as Critics Denounce Food-Stamp Work Rules .
Farm legislation that would impose new work restrictions to qualify for food stamps narrowly passed the U.S. House after an earlier attempt failed last month because of conservatives’ demands that an immigration vote be held first. The five year, $867 billion bill, passed 213-211 on Thursday, would extend subsidies for farmers and government-backed crop insurers, and impose new requirements on the government’s biggest food-assistance program.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 1
This is interesting!