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Post  Admin on Sun 24 Jul 2016, 4:57 pm

Ivanka Rocks the Republican Convention
By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz July 22, 2016 , 1:54 pm
“Behold, I have given him for a witness to the peoples, a prince and commander to the peoples.” Isaiah 55:4 (The Israel Bible™)

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Ivanka Trump introduced her father, Donald Trump, at the Republican National Convention on Thursday night in presidential style, generating a rousing round of applause in one of the convention’s highlights.

Ivanka, an observant Jew and mother of three, wowed the crowd as she came onto the stage accompanied by the Beatles’ “Here Comes the Sun”. Even the fashion magazines gave her high marks for looking stunning. Rather than wear an expensive tailor made dress, Ivanka chose to wear an off-the-rack $158 dress from her own line.

She described what it was like to grow up in the shadow of a real-estate billionaire, constructing Lego buildings on the floor of her father’s office as a young girl while he “built the same things with glass and steel.”

“When my father says that he will make America great again, he will deliver. We have a chance this year to reclaim our heritage as a country to dream big and making the impossible happen,” she said. “Fortunately, Donald Trump is incapable of thinking small. When I was a little girl, he’d say to me: ‘Ivanka, you’re going to be thinking any way, may as well think big.’”

Ivanka has become a part of this as Executive Vice President of Development & Acquisitions at the Trump Organization. She has taken an active role in her father’s burgeoning political career as well.

“I do not consider myself a Republican or a Democrat,” she said. “Not this time. Donald Trump is the person to make America great again.”

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Her speech gave hope to many as she described her father’s agenda.

“As President, my father will change the labor laws put in place when women were not a significant portion of the workforce. He will make childcare affordable and accessible to all,” she said. “He will fight for equal pay for equal work and I will fight for this too right alongside of him.”

“In Donald Trump, you have a candidate that knows the difference between wanting something to happen and making it happen,” she added. “Judge his values by those he has instilled in his children.”

Calling her father a “political outsider” for not being a career politician, she noted that, “Real change is only going to come from outside of the system.”

Read more at http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/72393/ivanka-rocks-republican-convention/#YEpe6jYgscqwJiSy.99

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Post  Admin on Sat 23 Jul 2016, 11:50 pm

SPREAD THIS LIST: Here Are The Top 99 #NeverTrump Republicans Everyone Needs To Know
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If you want to see just how delusional the #NeverTrump squad is, all you need to do is watch — or rather, listen to — Sen. Ted Cruz’s concession speech in Indiana when he withdrew from the race.

Cruz was mutedly telling the audience that he said he would push forward until he was convinced there was no viable path forward. As soon as the word “Unfortunately …” escaped his lips, though, the crowd shrieked “no!” as if they’d all just watched Ivanka Trump gun down their dog.

Apparently, the democratic process and the will of the people is a hard pill to swallow for the #NeverTrump crowd, which is why they’ve been riding the wahmbulance pretty hard this week. And while some Republicans have come to their senses and gotten behind The Donald, there’s still a pretty strong contingent of major conservative figures for whom President Hillary Clinton is apparently an easier concept to accept than reality.


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WND assembled a list of nearly 100 of them who are still hitting the #NeverTrump cause hard. Some of them are unsurprising. Sen. Lindsey Graham, for instance, leads off the list. Radio hosts Mark Levin and Glenn Beck, both of whom have been vocal opponents of Trump, are there too.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.
Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich.
Gov. Charlie Baker, R-Mass.
Brian Bartlett, former Mitt Romney aide and GOP communications strategist
Glenn Beck, radio host
Michael Berry, radio host
Max Boot, former foreign policy adviser to Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.
Brent Bozell, conservative activist
Bruce Carroll, creator GayPatriot.org
Jay Caruso, RedState
Mona Charen, senior fellow at Ethics and Public Policy Center
Linda Chavez, columnist
Dean Clancy, former FreedomWorks vice president
Eliot Cohen, former George W. Bush official
Former Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minn.
Charles C. W. Cooke, writer for National Review
Doug Coon, Stay Right podcast
Rory Cooper, GOP strategist, managing director Purple Strategies
Jim Cunneen, former Calif. assemblyman
Rep. Carlos Curbelo, R-Fla.
Steve Deace, radio host
Rep. Bob Dold, R-Ill.
Erick Erickson, writer
Mindy Finn, president, Empowered Women
David French, writer at National Review
Jon Gabriel, editor-in-chief, Ricochet.com
Michael Graham, radio host
Jonah Goldberg, writer
Alan Goldsmith, former staffer, House Committee on Foreign Affairs
Stephen Gutowski, writer for the Washington Free Beacon
Rep. Richard Hanna, R-N.Y.
Jamie Brown Hantman, former special assistant for legislative affairs for President George W. Bush
Stephen Hayes, senior writer at The Weekly Standard
Doug Heye, former RNC communications director
Quin Hillyer, contributing editor at National Review Online; senior editor at the American Spectator
Ben Howe, RedState writer
Former Rep. Bob Inglis, R-S.C.
Cheri Jacobus, GOP consultant and former Hill columnist
Robert Kagan, former Reagan official
Randy Kendrick, GOP mega-donor
Matt Kibbe, former FreedomWorks CEO
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill.
Philip Klein, managing editor at the Washington Examiner
Bill Kristol, The Weekly Standard editor
Mark Levin, radio host
Justin LoFranco, former Scott Walker aide
Kevin Madden, former Mitt Romney aide
Bethany Mandel, senior contributor at The Federalist
Tucker Martin, communications director to former Gov. Bob McDonnell, R-Va.
Former RNC Chairman Mel Martínez
Liz Mair, GOP strategist
Lachlan Markey, writer for the Free Beacon
David McIntosh, Club for Growth president
Dan McLaughlin, editor at RedState.com
Ken Mehlman, former RNC chairman
Tim Miller, Our Principles PAC
Joyce Mulliken, former Washington state senator
Ted Newton, political consultant & former Mitt Romney aide
James Nuzzo, former White House aide
Katie Packer, chairwoman of Our Principles PAC
Former Gov. George Pataki, R-N.Y.
Former Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas
Katie Pavlich, Townhall editor and Hill columnist
Brittany Pounders, conservative writer
Rep. Reid Ribble, R-Wisc.
The Ricketts family, GOP mega-donors
Former Gov. Tom Ridge, R-Pa.
Rep. Scott Rigell, R-Va.
Mitt Romney, 2012 GOP presidential nominee
Paul Rosenzweig, former deputy assistant secretary, Department of Homeland Security
Jennifer Rubin, The Washington Post conservative blogger
Patrick Ruffini, partner, Echelon Insights
Sarah Rumpf, former Breitbart contributor
Mark Salter, writer and former aide to Sen. John McCain
Rep. Mark Sanford, R-S.C.
Sen. Ben Sasse, R- Neb.
Elliott Schwartz, Our Principles PAC
Gabriel Schoenfeld, senior fellow, Hudson Institute
Tara Setmayer, CNN analyst and former GOP staffer
Ben Shapiro, editor-in-chief The Daily Wire
Evan Siegfried, GOP strategist and commentator
Ben Stein, actor and political commentator
Brendan Steinhauser, GOP consultant
Stuart Stevens, former Romney strategist
Paul Singer, GOP mega-donor
Erik Soderstrom, former field director for Carly Fiorina
Charlie Sykes, radio host
Brad Thor, writer
Michael R. Treiser, former Mitt Romney aide
Daniel P. Vajdich, former national security adviser to Ted Cruz
Connor Walsh, former digital director for former Rep. Eric Cantor, R-Va., founder Build Digital
Former Rep. J.C. Watts, R-Okla.
Peter Wehner, New York Times contributor
Former Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, R-N.J.
George Will, writer
Rick Wilson, Republican strategist
Nathan Wurtzel, Make America Awesome super-PAC
Bill Yarbrough, chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Ohio
Dave Yost, Ohio auditor of state
These are all #NeverTrump people who believe that the guy they didn’t want to get the GOP nomination losing the general election is more important than keeping Hillary Clinton from keeping from becoming president.

It’s time that we put pressure on them and let them know that if they don’t stand by the Republican nominee this time, they can hardly call themselves Republicans.

Please like and share on Facebook and Twitter if you agree the #NeverTrump movement is a disgrace.

Do you think that it's time for the #NeverTrump crowd to give up? Scroll down to comment below!

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Post  Admin on Sat 23 Jul 2016, 11:48 pm

Meet the Muslims who are supporting Donald Trump
ELKRIDGE, Md.—A group called “Muslims for Trump”? It almost sounds like a joke.

But Sajid Tarar, a Pakistani immigrant who started the organization to convince his fellow Baltimore-area Muslims to support Donald Trump, is very serious. He argues that the presidential candidate who has proposed banning Muslim immigrants and surveilling or closing U.S. mosques is actually the best choice for his community.

“As Muslims, we have a hope that Trump can guide America toward the right direction,” Tarar, 56, told me earlier this month. “He’s rewriting history.”

While it’s definitely an unconventional opinion among Muslims, he isn’t alone. In a poll of Muslim voters conducted by the Council of American-Islamic Relations last month, 11% of respondents said they supported Trump. Tarar is one colorful example of this baffling and largely ignored voting bloc.

In an interview in his nondescript office park, Tarar—who’s tall and bald and wore a full suit and yellow bow tie—said he saw no contradiction in Muslims backing Trump. “The Quran says you need to be loyal to the country where you live,” he said. “We have to do every possible thing to make our country safe.”

Tarar grew up in Islamabad, Pakistan, and went to school in Lahore, where he studied political science and devoured books about American history and culture. He came to the U.S. in 1986, studying first at American University in D.C. and then getting his law degree at the University of Baltimore. He became a naturalized citizen and had four kids here. Now he’s the CEO of the Center for Social Change, a nonprofit that provides care for elderly and developmentally disabled people in the Baltimore region.

In the past, Tarar has voted for both Republicans and Democrats, and he’s been cozy with the political establishment: On the wall of his office is a photo of him shaking hands with Dick Cheney. He’s even considered running for office himself. But Tarar said he became so fed up with President Obama and the federal government that Trump’s message started making sense to him.

In a lot of ways, he sounds exactly like your typical Trump supporter: He calls Obama a socialist, thinks building a border wall is “crucial,” and bemoans political correctness and the Black Lives Matter movement. He likes that Trump is funding his own campaign, is an entrepreneur, and is sticking it to the political insiders.

What about Trump’s anti-Muslim positions, I asked.

Banning Muslims? There should be a “ban or stop for some period of time,” he said. (He has no family left in Pakistan, but claims he wouldn’t change his mind even if he did.)

Surveilling mosques? “If a tip comes from a Muslim American that something is going on, they should be monitored.”

Isn’t Trump’s language encouraging Islamophobia? “When Donald Trump has said something about Muslims and Islam, he doesn’t mean American Muslims, he’s talking about terrorists.”

According to Tarar, there’s a substantial group of Muslims who agree with him. Dozens of people came to a pro-Trump event he helped organize in Baltimore last month (which was co-hosted with a separate “Sikhs for Trump” group.) A representative of the campaign gave a speech.

Going forward, Tarar wants to take his group national, starting Muslims for Trump chapters around the country. He’s also hoping to host a big campaign rally in Baltimore that Trump attends in person—the Maryland primary is April 26, so Trump will be coming to the area in the next few weeks.

To convince me that there were, in fact, other “Muslims for Trump,” Tarar drove me to visit Friday prayers at his local mosque. The Raza e Mustafa Islamic Center, which is attended mostly by Pakistanis in the area, is a low-hanging building tucked into a wooded pocket of the Baltimore-D.C. sprawl, with a bubbling stream flowing nearby. About 100 people, mostly men, kneeled on the carpeted floor inside, while 200 shoes were scattered outside on a patio. Tarar shook hands and chatted in Punjabi with fellow worshippers as the sound of Arabic prayer songs filtered out the door.

After Tarar gave what may have been the only campaign pitch Trump has ever received in Punjabi, he cajoled a few of his friends to talk on camera about the Donald. While they didn’t seem as enthusiastic about the campaign as Tarar—none said specifically that they would vote for Trump—they agreed that the Republican frontrunner wasn’t anti-Muslim.

“The people who are doing wrong things like terrorism activities, he’s talking about that. Not about Muslims,” said Mehmud Saleem, who wore a long yellow tunic. “Being Muslim, we condemn terrorism as well.”

Mohammad Seyal, who had a curly beard, a white turban, and a Baltimore accent, agreed: “I don’t think that Donald Trump is a bad person… A lot of the things that he says, they’re not connected to the people here.”

And when I asked him about Trump’s suggestion of surveilling mosques, he spread his arms wide. “It’s all open,” Seyal said. “Come check us out. You see something, tell us anything… If Donald Trump wants to come visit our mosque, he’s welcome.”

he’s received criticism from some in the Muslim community who accuse him of backing a bigot. When I asked one younger man walking out of the mosque what he thought of the reality TV star, he replied, “F Trump.”

It’s certainly hard to look past some of the cognitive dissonance in the “Muslims for Trump” argument. Tarar said he studied constitutional rights and bemoaned the Pakistani government’s violations of its own constitution. But he freely admitted that limiting immigration by religion would be a violation of the First Amendment, not to mention condoning torture. And he seemed to not understand the idea that Trump’s rhetoric could be fanning the flames of Islamophobia.

The notion that Trump hasn’t badmouthed the Muslim community is objectively false. In addition to his policies that specifically target Muslims, the bombastic candidate has suggested that 27% of the 1.6 billion Muslims around the world are “very militant.”

It’s not that Tarar doesn’t believe in his religion. “Islam is a beautiful religion, a religion of peace,” he said. Muslims in the U.S., he added proudly, are “part of the main American fabric, and we are not going anywhere.”

In American politics, we like to use identity as shorthand: it’s easy to conceptualize the “Muslim vote” as a monolithic bloc. But as Tarar makes clear, voters are far more complicated than any single identity. He’s Muslim, but he’s also conservative and pissed off at the establishment and worried about terrorism.

“This is my country and this is my kids’ country. That is my number one priority, the safety of America,” Tarar said. “Donald Trump agrees with that.”

Then he put on his navy blue “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN” hat and flashed a smile for the camera.

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Post  Admin on Fri 22 Jul 2016, 6:01 pm

WATCH: Trump Calls Israel America’s ‘Greatest Ally’
Jul 22, 2016
In his acceptance speech Thursday, Republican candidate Donald Trump vowed to defeat Islamic terror with the help of Israel, the “greatest ally” of the United States.

FULL SPEECH: Donald Trump - Republican National Convention - THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF THE USA?

Promising to make America safe again, Trump elaborated on his plan to bring law and order back to the U.S. and to win the war against the Islamic State (ISIS) terror organization.

“We’re going to defeat the barbarians of ISIS, and we’re going to defeat them fast,” he vowed.

Listen to his plans and how Israel fits in.

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