Hour 2 – Tariffs, North Korea, and Trump’s Roll In It All

June 16, 2018

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KER Politics is back this week! The focus is on tariffs and the concept of free trade as well as the meeting between the US and North Korea. The question is asked just how responsible is Trump for it all…

  • Segment 1: Today we discuss the important political events which occurred this past week and we start with Harlan Ullman on the subject of North Korea.
  • Segment 2: Harlan and I discuss the international trade situation which many in America are critical of today.
  • Segment 3: We wrap up our conversation with Harlan Ullman and Big Al admits that he is not always the prettiest baby in the nursery.
  • Segment 4: We wrap up KER Politics with Larry Amernick.

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    Jun 16, 2018 16:53 AM

    Thanks for bringing back the politics and economics section. Much appreciated.
    The “trump agreement”, according to Trump himself, is not really a final agreement; merely an agreement to start to negotiate.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:11 AM

    Harlan says Germans want to buy American cars. Really? So how come Opel went out of business in 2017?

    Jun 16, 2018 16:22 AM

    Harlan says Trump is inexperienced in American politics, and then goes on to prove Trump, who focussed on electoral college votes, has more knowledge and better mature judgement than Hillary Clinton, who has been in politics much of her life.

      Jun 16, 2018 16:47 AM

      His point being this is the first political office Trump has held. I personally don’t hold that against the President and I don’t think that you do either. After all, he did win the election.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:34 AM

    Larry Amernich is right about agriculture, except that countries have a very strong tendency to desire at least some self-dependence on food production. In Europe this may be a result of problems with food distribution that occurred during WWII, although memories of those problems are fading.

      Jun 16, 2018 16:22 AM

      With regard to Canadian food tariffs, this piece will give background information.

        Jun 16, 2018 16:27 AM

        Just like in France, where farming is incredibly inefficient, Quebec has messed up efficiency of farming in Canada.
        (Showing, as ever, central control, extreme socialist systems DO NOT WORK.

      Jun 16, 2018 16:48 AM

      Those memories are fading rapidly.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:37 AM

    After 77 minutes tiny Iceland is tied with mighty Argentina 1-1. Go Icelandians!

      Jun 16, 2018 16:57 AM

      And they managed to get a draw. Not bad for a country that has a population of less than 350,000. Well done!

        Jun 16, 2018 16:49 AM

        Thanks for mentioning the Bonzo an Nigel

    Jun 16, 2018 16:01 AM

    When discussing rade, to bring in considerations of capital account versus current account is a bit of a red herring. The capital account is more dependent on currency strengths or stabilization or investment returns or even political considerations than pure trade considerations.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:23 AM

    Mining News Digest
    Saturday 16 June 2018

    Trump trade war blows up big week for mining majors

    A week choc-a-bloc with billion dollar copper, iron ore and cobalt deals ends with huge drop in prices and sell-off in stocks of mining’s biggest names.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:24 AM
    Jun 16, 2018 16:25 AM

    I think Harlan has a good feel for what has transpired this past week in Singapore and it doesn’t quite reach the levels of achievement that trump claims. Wish it did. The Korean issue isn’t good and never has been. Somehow we’ve got to get on top of the problem and solve it. Unfortunately, our side of the table is a bit short in negotiation abilities/strengths. We’re not dealing with the Anglo mindset and we’ve never been good trying to understand the Asian cultures. Wish we had some advisors, participants of Harlan’s capability. JMO

      Jun 16, 2018 16:00 AM

      I disliked Trump’s flattery of N. Korea’s Rocketman, but hope that was simply a negotiation tactic. Clearly, denuclearization, if possible, is better via negotiation than by use of military force.
      I don’t think Trump is fooled by Fatboy Kim. Trump should be well aware of political prisoners and harsh dictatorship methods, but it is impossible to criticize or insult and then try to negotiate.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:53 AM

    Just bringing ups few facts for those that are interested from the Office of National Statistics (UK). In 1957 ‘food and drink’ were 33% of average income whereas now it’s less than 15% and in the US it’s 6.4%. The report said that if there were not subsidies food prices would be much higher. So I think it would be difficult to have free trade on agriculture (without subsidies) as inflation would shoot up. It’s a very interesting topic though.

      Jun 16, 2018 16:39 AM

      Nigel, your citation illustrates the warped thinking that socialist policies create.

      Do you think the taxation needed to pay for the subsidies; the inefficiency produced by subsidies and the expense of the bureaucracy involved in handing out subsidies actually reduces food production costs?

      Of course it does not. Office of National Statistics is quoting apparent food costs, not the actual food costs.
      Heck, I could make “food and drink” costs less than 1% of average income by handing out food stamps to everyone.

        Jun 16, 2018 16:31 PM

        Hi CFS, I personally agree with what I think you are getting at. In that, I don’t think agriculture should be a special case for subsidies it just distorts the prices and creates an inefficient market. In addition, it forces farmers to grow crops that get the greatest subsidies rather than what people want. My only caveat (and I admit I haven’t thought this through properly) is that for example with milk in the UK, the big four supermarkets have pushed the price down so far it’s not really economic if you are making 1p per litre. So I actually think we should pay realistic prices for food, cut the subsidies etc. Apparently, we in the ‘west’ throw away 30% of our food because it’s gone past its sell by date, maybe we should pay the real price and be a bit more thoughtful

    Jun 16, 2018 16:08 AM

    Might have to rethink the cost and percentage of budget. ….in 1957…no GMO foods . Today one must buy organic to keep from getting sick. In 1957 the food was healthier. Today, the chemicals are being introduced in the food chain.
    Organic foods are twice the cost of regular foods, so the percentage cost to income will change. I think those percentages are not comparing apples to apple , so to speak… 🙂

      Jun 16, 2018 16:10 AM

      GMO foods and the Drug companies are in together. Part of a plan to keep everyone sick, fat and dumb……

      Jun 16, 2018 16:08 AM

      And gooberment inflation numbers completely bogus.

        Jun 16, 2018 16:35 AM

        ditto……..people have to be real stupid , to believe a bunch of thieves, and liars

      Jun 16, 2018 16:00 PM

      I think you have point there – less pesticides, no growth hormones, less fertilizer etc. etc.

        Jun 17, 2018 17:31 AM

        Just look up Monsanto, RoundUp, Lawsuits in Indiana& Illinois farmers starting in about 1980’s……You will get an eye full…..

    Jun 16, 2018 16:06 AM

    Harlan’s got it wrong. Unemployment is NOT at record low rates. The Gooberment numbers are completely bogus. And the number of bread winner jobs has not increased since 2000.

      Jun 16, 2018 16:49 AM

      Harlin…needs to listened to Cath Austin Fitts…….there are two govts
      I would have he debate Fitts….

        Jun 16, 2018 16:50 AM

        he to him……..
        BUSH……….Give me a break……HA<HA….LMAO

          Jun 16, 2018 16:54 AM

          But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty;

          Jun 16, 2018 16:03 AM

          Harlan like Bush Senior as does Big Al. Sorry Jerry!

            Jun 16, 2018 16:24 AM

            Sorry Big Owl………Bush being a XCIA guy…..knows what the creation of the CIA…..
            Have you ever listened to Kevin Shipp…xcia agent?

            Jun 16, 2018 16:30 PM

            Are you “read my lips” (no new taxes) guys?

            Jun 17, 2018 17:43 AM

            Real trustworthy guy………Poppy Bushy…….Where was I , when JFK got shot……like duh

            Jun 17, 2018 17:49 AM

            Bush and the NWO BS………

        Jun 16, 2018 16:15 PM

        Speaking of taxation, you boys have to see this.

        Speaking of taxation you have to see this.

          Jun 16, 2018 16:48 PM

          Now that is funny………….

            Jun 16, 2018 16:18 PM

            Hey Jerry, you got to read the comments. Especially the one about Zionism and the one about pensions. And here’s one on global warming.

            I tried “Greenhouse effect” and it gave me “Global Warming”
            Then tried “Global Warming” and it gave me “Climate Change”
            Then I tried “Climate Change” and it gave me “Pay up you peasant slave!”

            Jun 16, 2018 16:48 PM

            Wonder if the person who wrote that lives in Commiefornia because it sure fits the Commiefornia Cap and Trade tax, aka carbon tax.

            Jun 16, 2018 16:28 PM


      Jun 16, 2018 16:02 AM

      I hate to keep sticking up for guests but I will continue to do so. Unemployment numbers are very interesting as we have discussed repeatedly in the past. I look at the folks here in the Northwest and I see a large amount of “tent cities”; beggars; and , generally dangerous people populating cities like Seattle and Bellingham, Washington.

      I have come to the conclusion that these folks are where they are, to a large extent, by choice. Begging in Bellingham has evolved to be an organized activity. With locations taken over by the same group of people. I would be very curious to see just how much money they take in.

      I am planning on doing a piece this coming week on the psychological make up of the folks who have chosen to beg instead of work. Will be interesting to see where that goes!

        Jun 16, 2018 16:20 AM

        bigal, I find it scary to visit areas of San Francisco, that I used to visit occasionally.
        California is generous with welfare, free needles, aid with food and housing, minimization of drug laws, etc. and the result is just more and more crime.

        Jun 16, 2018 16:17 PM

        Mr. Big Al Korelin, the fact is if the gooberment were calculating the unemployment rate the way they did in the 80’s unemployment would be sky high, same for inflation.

          Jun 16, 2018 16:19 PM

          And back in the 80s you could actually earn a real rate of return on your savings unlike today where when you factor in inflation and taxes you are guaranteed to lose.

          Mr. Big Al Korelin, will you ever learn that the gooberment and its statistics are a scam?

        Jun 16, 2018 16:58 PM

        As Labor Shortage Worsens, Small Businesses Are “Recruiting In The County Jail”
        Profile picture for user Tyler Durden
        by Tyler Durden


        What are we to believe, we have a horrible economy or so much work businesses cant find people to work?

        This isnt the first article Ive seen like this.

          Jun 16, 2018 16:32 PM

          Interesting how they never mention how much the companies are paying. I know a guy in IT who’s job got shipped over-seas so he was contemplating changing careers and going into CNC. There are plenty of CNC related jobs in his area but the employers want two years of experience and only paid $17 an hour. So he was looking at a two year program at a junior college to get the skill set than another two years at entry level to earn $17 an hour. Instead he decided to take early retirement.

            Jun 16, 2018 16:32 PM

            In Canada we are looking @ $15 hr minimum wage.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:16 AM

    Harlin is just parroting the same old tired neocon crap that has put this country in debt for centuries. This is what is wrong with the military today. There has never been a consequence to the complete an utter failure of our flag officers in the navy, and high-ranking officers of the other branches I say this as a former Army officer. Failure is like this guy are the reason why we went to a Iraq, Libya Et al

      Jun 16, 2018 16:21 PM

      Chris, you are completely wrong. Harlan expounds on the mistakes of the Neocons in his book: “The Anatomy of Failure”

        Jun 16, 2018 16:58 PM

        I’d say Harlan doesn’t disagree with most of the goals of the neocons or what they were trying to do. He just disagrees with how they tried to do it.

        And this makes sense as Harlan is a man of empire and a man of the MICC whereas most people who visit this site range from people who believe in republics to anarcho-capitalists.

          Jun 16, 2018 16:01 PM

          Atlantic Council? A man of empire, indeed…

          From Wikipedia…
          Harlan Kenneth Ullman (born March 15, 1941[citation needed]), is Chairman of the Killowen Group that advises leaders of government and business; Chairman of CNIGuard Ltd and CNIGuard Inc, engaged in protection of critical infrastructure; Senior Advisor of the Atlantic Council in Washington, DC;

            Jun 16, 2018 16:19 PM

            Here’s some info on the Atlantic Council by PCR…

            These bastards are going to get us into a war with the Rooskies.

            NATO’s Atlantic Council: The Marketing Arm of the Military/Security Complex


            Jun 16, 2018 16:23 PM

            And boys…you better get back to work to pay those taxes because even if we can somehow manage to avoid war with the Rooskies the neocon play book is still expensive…

            The bill for this deterrence against non-existent “Russian aggression” comes to “some US $26 billion” on top of planned expenditures of US $34 billion. “Poland should move forward expeditiously with procurements,” say the arms salesmen or risk being attacked by superior Russian forces.

            The zionist neocons get away with their warmongering because it is profitable for the US military/security complex. Whereas the crazed neocons want real war, the military/security complex only wants the propaganda threat of war. The numerous military/foreign policy think tanks funded by the military/security complex provide the propaganda and made-up threat. This is a dangerous game, because the Russians see a real threat in the hostility that is directed at them.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:58 AM

    Denmark beat Peru 1-0. I would love to see Denmark play Iceland in the finals. Go vikings!
    Mexico plays Germania tomorrow!

    Jun 16, 2018 16:11 AM

    If anyone wants to read the whole IG report, it is available at:

    One should bear in mind there was a separate investigation into HRC’s criminal activities started by the DOJ back in March this year, and the IG CANNOT make comments about HRC which would prejudice that investigation, and MUST currently be very careful when making statements which might affect many sealed indictments.
    There appear to be 9 individuals using insecure emails to conduct government business in violation of the law.

      Jun 16, 2018 16:24 PM

      I have taken a first glance through the IG report.

      It is clear the “pundits of MSM have only read the front end Executive Summary.
      They should be ashamed in saying “nothing there”

      e.g. p 398
      “We identified three categories of text messages that raised concerns about
      potential bias in FBI investigations. The first were text messages of a political
      nature commenting on Trump and Clinton. We specifically highlight these text
      messages because Strzok and Page played important roles in investigations
      involving both Trump and Clinton, and the exchange of these text messages on an
      FBI-issued device potentially created an appearance of bias. The second category
      we identified were text messages that combined expressions of political sentiments
      with a discussion of the Midyear investigation, potentially indicating or creating the
      appearance that investigative decisions were impacted by bias or improper
      considerations. The third category raised similar questions with respect to the
      Russia investigation. ”
      Seems to be pretty clear to me.

      As for Comey being fired, we don’t even need the IG report.

      Since his firing Comey, while condemning Trump, has admitted he was unaware that Huma Abedin was married to Anthony Weiner. Doesn’t Comey read newspapers?
      That alone was reason for dismissal; either on grounds of incompetence or failure to investigate without bias, the background source of many of the emails.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:24 AM

    You can be an expert at determining the reasons for failures to win wars, but at least president Trump hasn’t gotten us into any new wars.

      Jun 16, 2018 16:06 PM

      I think you should never get into a war unless you have a clear goal that is achievable. i.e. the Falklands, the UK had them, Argentina invaded, UK took them back simple. Iraq, libya, Syria, who knows what the plan was

        Jun 16, 2018 16:02 PM

        The plan is “Yinon”, drive the Arabs to Europe.
        Looks like its been working to me.

        But Syria just recently said their people can start coming back, altho, the states have also restarted funding isis and friends, so we shall see I guess.

          Jun 16, 2018 16:40 PM

          short not start

          my eyes are tired, from reading.

      Jun 16, 2018 16:37 PM

      How start is the memory of the American Public?
      I remember Clinton talking about war with N. Korea before she lost the eclection. …. Using scare tactics, to tout her “experience”!
      Then she lost the election and uses scare tactics again claiming that Trump should not threaten N. Korea and he is inexperienced.

      Some have learned the history lesson from WWII about how well appeasement works.

      A lot will depend on how good a negotiator Trump really is.

        Jun 16, 2018 16:39 PM

        oops short not start. sorry
        and election not eclection

    Jun 16, 2018 16:11 PM

    sgtreport discusses Trump and Zionism with ex-CIA Robert David Steele.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:43 PM

    Are any of you people following this story about Fema Barges heading to Hawaie
    Something is afoot.

      Jun 17, 2018 17:42 AM

      Anybody offering free boat rides…………forget it………

    Jun 16, 2018 16:03 PM

    JFK Sr. was the president. JFK Jr. was the magazine publisher and failed pilot.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:16 PM

    I scan a number of reporters’ twitter and facebook pages when I have time.

    This is from Lee Stranahan:

    (sorry for the quality.)

    The link to his twitter page of 3 days ago follows below.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:21 PM

    AL looks at Trump through rose colored glasses. Being from NY and familiar with Trump for decades, I look at Trump through mud colored glasses.

      Jun 16, 2018 16:23 PM

      I’m surprised you don’t use dark blue glasses, coming from the bluest of blue states.

      Jun 17, 2018 17:09 PM

      Donnie, if you come from NY you should know that the Clintons are much worse than Trump. They are even worse than Nixon, and as odious as LBJ.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:21 PM

    Stranahan’s twitter:

    CFS comment: I have not been able to corroborate this hacking info from other sources.
    If true, however, there could be problems in the mid-term elections in 6 months, because we know the Democrats want to impeach Trump, and stop any DOJ investigations into HRC, Obama, and many other Democrats.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:35 PM

    Judge Jeanine: IG report evidence of deep state hard at work

    Jun. 16, 2018 – 9:47 – James Comey didn’t just deviate from the rules.

    Jun 16, 2018 16:22 PM

    Greg Hunter and Catherine Austin Fitts:

      Jun 17, 2018 17:53 AM

      Catherine Austin Fitts – Establishment Stole $50 Trillion & Want to Keep It

      Money manager Catherine Austin Fitts says, “The establishment has stolen $50 trillion plus, and they want to keep it, and they want to invest it in the space based economy and not have to give it back to the pension funds. One of the most important techniques they are going to use to do that is basically with digital control, with both of the currency, as well as the systems that do surveillance and control. So, (they think) if we can get 7 billion people on smart phones and 5G coming in from satellites or land, anyway you do it, and everybody has a digital currency, and if you don’t behave, you turn off their currency. We are talking about ways of controlling people through the digital systems which are very, very invasive. . . . If you look at the policies going on, whether it’s the effort to bring in the guns or effort to force cashless, those who are centralizing control of the economy, they want to make sure they have control because when they invest that money, they want to make sure it makes their wealth go up and not the general population’s wealth go up. They don’t want to have to refund those monies back into the pension funds or Social Security. They want to be able to say, well, the money is gone, and we spent too much of it and did not balance the books and etcetera, etcetera. So, this is what this is about. This is about who is going to allocate what resources that are there, and are they going to be in a position to harvest and drain the American taxpayer.”

      Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Catherine Austin Fitts, Publisher of The Solari Report. This interview will talk about trillions of dollars of stolen taxpayer money, the burgeoning space economy and total control forced on the world by the elite.

        Jun 17, 2018 17:49 AM

        The numbers keep going up………..Now $50 Trillion……
        Fitts is always very informative.
        The general wealth of the general population is not going up, that is for sure.

          Jun 17, 2018 17:10 AM

          Every citizen, like she said, ……needs to ask their congressman….”where is the cash”

            Jun 17, 2018 17:11 AM

            If, you want a change…… need to get off your duff…….

            Jun 17, 2018 17:13 AM

            Under the present system…… will continue to be robbed, …the taxes are not going anywhere but to the DEEP STATE and SHADOW GOVT……..sure not going to the needy nor the intended purpose.

    Jun 17, 2018 17:02 AM

    Of course Iran is not a terrorist nation, or is it, Mr Moriarty?

    Islam: The religion of Peace.

      Jun 17, 2018 17:01 AM


      You can read or at least watch videos. Iran compared to Israel and the US is like a babe in arms. It is beyond logic to see Iran as a terrorist state while ignoring the two countries responsible for the deaths of millions in the last twenty years. You have to be wearing total BS blinders and believe even bit of crap handed to you by the media that is utterly controlled by a religious cult to think that Iran is a terrorist state.

      Do you still believe in the Easter Bunny too, just because someone told you he existed.

      Watch your brave comrades in arms take down one kid. They are all cowards, lead by war criminals.

        Jun 17, 2018 17:30 AM

        Mr. Moriarty, I actually prefer to see first hand. In that way I don’t need to believe or not believe what is said in the media.
        When in the US I try not to make derogatory statements about the US, as opposed to statements about specific people.
        Likewise when in the UK.
        Over the years I have learned it is wiser to keep a low profile and not poop in the place were I live.

          Jun 17, 2018 17:31 PM


          Of all the silly and meaningless things you have said, that ranks right at the top. Someone who loves their country is more than willing to criticize their government when it is literally committing crimes. There are international laws that have formed over centuries about how countries handle conflict. When your country constantly violates them you have a duty to stand up and shout. Citizens should love their country without reservation and their government only when it deserves it.

          The purpose of war in the US used to be to accomplish peace. Now the purpose of war is nothing except more war. If you love those who wear uniforms and are prepared to stand in harm’s way to defend you, you don’t send them off to die in meaningless wars for nothing at all. Especially for a country run by and for war criminals belonging to a religious cult.

          All that is necessary for evil to thrive is for good men to do nothing.

            Jun 17, 2018 17:15 PM

            I guess you, Mr. Moriarty, have never had people knocking on your front door.
            Let me tell you the business of government is the use of force.
            The loss of one home in England burglarized and torched was enough.
            I now keep a lower profile. So call a coward, because I realize I am.
            I don’t have the courage of Tommy Robinson.

            Jun 17, 2018 17:08 PM

            It is much easier to be brave when you have nothing left to lose. I’m not there yet.


            This is how it goes in England, when you speak out against Islam, or the government.

            Jun 18, 2018 18:51 AM

            Sad situation cfs.

            Seems we treat all children equally, kill them all over the world including our own.

            Our society really is sick.

            Jun 18, 2018 18:08 AM

            Simply NWO…………think about it……..Americans do not give up your guns

            Jun 18, 2018 18:09 AM

            NWO……is going for one religion……….

            Jun 18, 2018 18:23 AM

            The tribe will follow a witch doctor quicker than they will a chief,
            or so Ive heard.

            Jun 18, 2018 18:42 AM

            were hilly and obamy …..witch doctors…… 🙂

      Jun 17, 2018 17:08 AM

      Finally the truth comes out, Iran,Saudi and Israel are and have been working together for decades.

        Jun 17, 2018 17:22 AM

        Sucker born everyday…………….Joke is on the American sheeple……to busy with the bread and circus to see anything but their new Iphone screen…..

          Jun 17, 2018 17:30 AM

          the thing is bread and circus i.e. for the moment the world cup is more fun – I know intellectually we should try and sort things out but it’s so difficult sometimes I’d rather just watch the games

            Jun 17, 2018 17:16 PM

            Nigel……..sometimes it is good to have some R&R (rest and relax ) 🙂

    Jun 17, 2018 17:14 AM


    Jun 17, 2018 17:25 AM

    Totally off topic, In world cup news Germany 0 Mexico 1 – fantastic game – the Mexico team were so fast on the break in the first half

    Jun 17, 2018 17:39 AM

    And the greatest athlete in the world, Roger Federer, just won his 98th tournament in Stuttgart. Looks good for Wimbledon. Hope the Swiss can beat Brasil. I’m praying that Denmark plays Iceland or Australia in the final game.

    Jun 17, 2018 17:06 AM
    Jun 17, 2018 17:11 PM

    The Swiss tie Brasil 1-1 !!!

    Jun 17, 2018 17:25 PM

    wonder who gets screwed on the purchase of Russian Rockets………
    Someone is saving some of the $50 Trillion for themselves……..What a Joke……

    Jun 17, 2018 17:27 PM

    Wonder who is getting ripped offed….from the purchase of Russian Rockets
    Does this come out of the $50 Trillion Shadow Govt or just a pay off……

    Jun 17, 2018 17:32 PM

    Here is what a fag pres says…….

    Jun 17, 2018 17:18 PM

    Political change in Germany with Stefan Molyneux

    Jun 17, 2018 17:29 PM
      Jun 17, 2018 17:31 PM

      City Health Director Barbara Garcia estimated in 2016 that there were 22,000 intravenous drug users in San Francisco – around one for every 38.9 residents, while the city hands out roughly 400,000 needles per month.

      Of the 400,000 needles distributed monthly, San Francisco receives around 246,000 back – meaning that there are roughly 150,000 discarded needles floating around each month – or nearly 2 million per year, according to Curbed.

        Jun 17, 2018 17:33 PM

        Think about the little kids , picking up the needles and putting them in their mouth….while the adults are busy enjoying a walk in the park…………..

          Jun 17, 2018 17:37 PM

          Of course what do you expect from a X Pres(s)..who do not inhale, protect poppy fields, and have pictures taken smoking a joint………….

          Jun 18, 2018 18:32 AM

          Next thing people will start to think the government wants people addicted or dead.

          According to cfs’s video, thats exactly the game plan in the uk.
          Get the kids hooked on drugs and rape the heck outathem and the police are in on it.

          Maybe its the same in n. america?

            Jun 18, 2018 18:37 AM

            You could almost count on it…..Take the pension money for example….$100,000 for a state police retirement per year in California….

            Jun 18, 2018 18:38 AM

            Chicago has been known , since the 30’s to be on the take…….SOP

            Jun 18, 2018 18:40 AM

            Go thur the little town of Waldo, Fl……..and you are sure to be stopped….

    Jun 18, 2018 18:02 AM

    Amendment 8 and 6………
    England and Germany……..Hello America ……

    Jun 18, 2018 18:44 AM

    the traitor, Obama, learned well from Blair.

    Jun 18, 2018 18:48 AM

    Pompeo: China Engaging In ‘Predatory Economics 101’
    By JEFF KAROUB – Associated Press – 21 minutes ago
    DETROIT (AP) — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says China is engaging in “predatory economics 101” and an “unprecedented level of larceny” of intellectual property.

    Pompeo made the remarks Monday at the Detroit Economic Club, as global markets reacted to trade tensions between the U.S. and China. Both started putting trade tariffs in motion that are set to take effect from July 6.

    Pompeo says China’s recent claims of “openness and globalization” are “a joke.” He says China is a “predatory economic government” that is “long overdue in being tackled.”

    Pompeo raised the trade issue directly with China last week, when he met in Beijing with President Xi Jinping and others.

    Wall Street has viewed the escalating trade tensions with wariness, fearful they could strangle the economic growth achieved during Trump’s watch.