Dead Cats: Ivanka?, 04/12/17, (26)12: James Brody


Health Care map

SYRIA: SAVAGE – Wrong Side; GOODWIN – We’re not going.

LEADS: AP – China to help w Un; IBD – Korean nukes; ASSANGE – WikiLeaks; LEAPER – Ivanka boom; SPIERING – No one believes Rice.

NOTE: Mark Levin 4-11-17


Janet: Obama Care:

There are no more excuses for not repealing Obamacare. Establishment Republicans are, nonetheless, dragging their feet on what was a major campaign promise. We are hearing that liberals are calling Congress in massive numbers to ensure the survival of socialist medicine and the ‘death panel’. Conservatives must act asap.

The deadline to repeal Obamacare, with the reconciliation process that allows passage in the Senate with only 51 votes (Republicans have 52), is April 28, 2017.

Please be aware that repeal must come first, then, replace. A transition period is included in the repeal effort that gives Obamacare insurers and insured the time to transition to a replacement plan. Combining repeal and replace significantly jeopardizes the repeal process.

ACTION ALERT: Please contact your Congressman

Rep. Patrick Meehan:

D.C. office (202) 225-2011

Springfield, PA office (610) 690-7323

Rep. Ryan Costello : D.C. office (202) 225-4315

West Chester, PA office (610) 696-2982

For more information:

Health Care – Hannity: Josh Umber Sites

The map below contains a listing of public addresses and website links to 607 DPC practice locations in 47 states + DC (we still have not located any DPC practices in North Dakota, South Dakota, or Iowa,).  Website readers should note that these practices met our three part definition of DPC, although they may not always self-describe as DPC.  Both “Pure” DPC practices and DPC hybrids are included in the mapper, and they are now color coded!  I’m happy to report that over 70% of the practices in the mapper are known to be pure.

Pure = Green Icon
Unknown = Yellow Icon
Hybrid = Red Icon


Passover 2017 began the evening of Monday,

April 10 and ends in the evening of Tuesday, April 18


Michael Savage, WND: We’re now ‘in a civil war on the wrong side”

Ivanka? Meanwhile, the Chinese have placed 150,000 troops on the North Korean border.

“. . .It was a very smart move from a Machiavellian political point of view, not from a geopolitical strategic point of view.

“Write that down. A lot of words. A lot of syllables.

“In the short term, Trump’s popularity goes through the roof.

“… I told you, presidents, when their backs are against the wall, they usually go to war.

“Little wars. Not big wars.

“No one wants a big war. Little wars, where no one gets hurt.

“So, right away his popularity will go from something like 30-something to 50-something, if not higher.

“That’s number one.

“Number two, it completely neutralized all of the critics who said he was in cahoots with Russia.

“So he neutralized that.

“So, from a Machiavellian, personal point of view, this was a very smart move.

“From a geopolitical point of view it was the stupidest thing he ever could have done.

That’s it. That’s my whole statement. Can I go home now?

“So, who got to him?

“It’s very simple who got to him. I don’t think you have to be Sherlock Holmes to figure this out.

“There was an internal power struggle. Steve Bannon versus the son-in-law.

Son-in-law’s a New York Manhattan liberal. The Manhattan liberals won. The conservatives are out. Period, end of story. Any other questions? . . .”

Michael Goodwin, NY Post: “Trump: ‘We’re not going into Syria’

“Amid complaints that his aides are saying different things about Syria and his policy is confusing, President Trump emphatically cleared the air.

“We’re not going into Syria,” he told me yesterday in an exclusive interview. “Our policy is the same — it hasn’t changed. We’re not going into Syria.”

The president, speaking by phone Tuesday, called Syrian President Bashar al-Assad a “butcher” and a “barbarian” for using sarin gas on his own people, but said last week’s successful missile strike was not the start of a campaign to oust the dictator.

“Our big mission is getting rid of ISIS,” Trump said. “That’s where it’s always been. But when you see kids choking to death, you watch their lungs burning out, we had to hit him and hit him hard.”

He called the attack, which involved 59 cruise missiles fired from two Navy destroyers, “an act of humanity.”


AP, NY Post: “China willing to work with US against North Korea

“BEIJING — Beijing is willing to work with Washington on ending North Korea’s nuclear weapons program but wants a peaceful solution to the escalating conflict, Chinese President Xi Jinping told President Donald Trump in a phone call Wednesday.

“Xi’s comments came after Trump tweeted that China should do more on an issue that Washington sees as an increasingly urgent threat, or else the U.S. would go it alone.

“China’s calls for calm come as tensions have risen with the dispatch of a U.S. aircraft carrier to the area and the deployment of thousands of U.S. and South Korean troops, tanks and other weaponry for their biggest-ever joint military exercises.

During their phone call, Xi told Trump that China is willing to continue working with the U.S. on denuclearization, according to a brief description of the call released by the Chinese foreign ministry.

“‘China insists on realizing the denuclearization of the peninsula, insists on maintaining peace and stability on the peninsula, and advocates resolving the problem through peaceful means,’ Xi was quoted as saying. . .”

IBD: “After Trump’s Syrian Attack, China Suddenly Gets Very Concerned About North Korea’s Nukes”

“Foreign Policy: In international diplomacy, credibility is all important. After taking out a Syrian chemical weapons base, President Trump now has credibility in spades. He’ll need it in dealing with North Korea’s nuclear threat.

“Keen observers have noted that the missile attacks on the Syrian air base were launched as President Trump sat down last week to dinner with China’s President Xi Jinping. No doubt Xi immediately recognized that this president, unlike the previous one, acts quickly to make sure bad situations don’t get worse.

“What does this have to do with North Korea? Plenty. Despite their at times rocky relationship, China is the totalitarian communist North Korean regime’s main patron and protector, accounting for over half the North Korean nation’s trade and much of its food and energy supplies. Strive as it does for self-sufficiency, without aid from China, North Korea would soon starve.

“Even so, North Korean tyrant Kim Jong-un appears to be preparing for a sixth nuclear test, and has threatened the U.S. with a nuclear strike if it tries to interfere. Meanwhile, the U.S. has sent a Navy strike group to the region, with President Trump tweeting recently that North Korea is “looking for trouble” and that the U.S. will “solve the problem,” whether China helps or not.

“Knowing now that Trump means business, China seems to have reached the end of its patience with its unpredictable client.. .”

Julian Assange, WaPo: “Julian Assange: WikiLeaks has the same mission as The Post and the Times”

“On his last night in office, President Dwight D. Eisenhower delivered a powerful farewell speech to the nation — words so important that he’d spent a year and a half preparing them. “Ike” famously warned the nation to “guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.”

“Much of Eisenhower’s speech could form part of the mission statement of WikiLeaks today. We publish truths regarding overreaches and abuses conducted in secret by the powerful.

“Our most recent disclosures describe the CIA’s multibillion-dollar cyberwarfare program, in which the agency created dangerous cyberweapons, targeted private companies’ consumer products and then lost control of its cyber-arsenal. Our source(s) said they hoped to initiate a principled public debate about the “security, creation, use, proliferation and democratic control of cyberweapons.”

“The truths we publish are inconvenient for those who seek to avoid one of the magnificent hallmarks of American life — public debate. Governments assert that WikiLeaks’ reporting harms security. Some claim that publishing facts about military and national security malfeasance is a greater problem than the malfeasance itself. Yet, as Eisenhower emphasized, “Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together.. .’”

Caroline Leaper, UK Telegraph: “Ivanka Trump’s fashion line confirms a sales boom, proving that her First Daughter status has so far only helped her brand”

“Ivanka Trump’s fashion label has defied its critics, posting a 61% increase in wholesale revenues despite a turbulent year in the press and a boycott from consumers backing the #GrabYourWallet campaign.

“G-III Apparel Group, the manufacturing firm behind the First Daughter’s company, as well as other fashion brands including Calvin Klein, DKNY and Tommy Hilfiger, has released its annual statement, noting that sales of Ivanka Trump licensed products rose to $47.3million in the year ending 31st January 2017.

“This performance contrasts dramatically with statements released by department stores such as Nordstrom, one of many big names to drop Ms Trump’s products, citing weak sales. Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman, also dropped the label, and Trump’s merchandise was relegated to clearance bins. It is still stocked by Macy’s, Bloomingdales and Dillard’s in the US.. .”

Charles Spiering, BigGovt: “Donald Trump: ‘Nobody Believes’ Susan Rice”

“President Donald Trump dismissed Susan Rice’s assertion that she did not unmask General Michael Flynn for political reasons.

“‘Does anybody really believe that?’ he asked during an interview with Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo. ‘Nobody believes that, even the people that try to protect her in the news media.’

Trump reasserted his claim, adding that he and “so many other people” were the victims of surveillance and boasted that he was correct when he accused the Obama administration of wiretapping his team at Trump Tower.

“‘So many people are coming up to me and apologizing now. … Perhaps I didn’t know how right I was,’ he said. . .”


Mark  Levin, 4/11/17

“On Tuesday’s Mark Levin show, President Trump, like President Reagan before him, has displayed a strength of resolve that has put America’s enemies on notice. When Trump attacked the Syrian airbase, he sent many signals after 8 years of appeasement and capitulation. He signaled to Russia, North Korea, Iran and China that America isn’t to be messed with. President Obama gave our enemies so much leeway that they took advantage of us and we had to reverse course.

Also, North Korea wants to fire nukes at us with Kim Jong-un’s finger on the button. The Trump administration is acting in ways a responsible administration should in pushing back against Russia, China, and North Korea. It is appalling for Trump to be attacked for doing the right thing from both the left and the Code Pink Republicans. Trump has decided to and has taken steps to protect this country.

After that, Sebastian Gorka, Deputy Assistant to the President, calls in to discuss the White House’s view on the missile strike on Syria.

Finally, David Limbaugh calls in to talk about his new book, “The True Jesus: Uncovering the Divinity of Christ in the Gospels.”


About jamesbrody

Psychologist, photographer, biker, and writer posing as a political activist.
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