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Tlaib, Omar All About Weakening Israel, They Stay Silent on Hamas, Palestinian Authority

Rep. Lee Zeldin says it's crazy to accuse President Trump of anti-Semitism“It should come as no shock that Democratic Reps. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan are unwelcome in Israel, a nation they are taking great pains to tear down. Their latest PR stunt is an attempt to victimize themselves, whitewash history and spin reality – providing even further proof of their worst of intentions,” Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) writes in Fox News.

Israel is our greatest ally in the Middle East – a beacon of freedom, liberty, hope and opportunity. It is the U.S. government’s policy, as well as the priority of the American public, to strengthen that relationship, not rip it apart.

Meanwhile, Tlaib and Omar are the leading proponents in the United States for the anti-Israel and anti-Semitic Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement that seeks to delegitimize and weaken Israel. Tlaib has even gone so far as to endorse a one-state solution that would remove Jews from power in Israel.

Not only have these two individuals been silent regarding the terrorism targeting Israel; they purposefully and dangerously have attempted to rewrite history and spread mistruths about Israel and the existential threats it faces.

“The two congresswomen attack Israel while remaining silent on Hamas using women and children as human shields, denying humanitarian aid to its own people, calling jihad an obligation, and launching rockets into Israel that kill innocent civilians.”

I’m not aware of Tlaib and Omar ever criticizing these facts, including the Palestinian Authority’s “pay to slay” policy of financially rewarding terrorists who murder innocent Israelis, or Hezbollah stockpiling 150,000 rockets on the border with Lebanon and building terror tunnels into Israel.

Meanwhile, Omar has tweeted “Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel.” She has stated that if you support Israel it means you have pledged allegiance to a foreign power and have been bought off by Jews.

Tlaib has said that thinking about the Holocaust gives her a calming feeling, because of the safe-haven the Palestinians provided to the Jews – something that is factually inaccurate.

In recent weeks, Tlaib also gave a speech on the floor of the House of Representatives comparing boycotting Israel to boycotting Nazi Germany.

Israel has a law banning BDS activists who seek to harm the country from gaining entry. The founder of the BDS movement is blatantly anti-Semitic. All around the world, including on college campuses here in the United States, Jews are being targeted with blatant anti-Semitism in the name of BDS.

The BDS movement goes way beyond any legitimate, reasonable criticism of a government. Additionally, the movement has not distanced itself from Hamas, a designated terrorist organization. The movement’s leaders have not distanced themselves from Hamas either.

War on drugs win: Opioid and heroin abuse declined last year

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Both heroin and prescription drug abuse dropped last year, “a bright signal of hope” in confronting one of our country’s most devastating problems, Cassidy Morrison reports for the Washington Examiner. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reported Tuesday that drug use and abuse increased from 19% to 19.4% across all age groups starting at 12 years old in 2018. Marijuana is still the most popular drug, and its use increased. The drop in heroin use was marginal, and there was a small decrease in the use of cocaine as well.

The number of Americans misusing opioids fell by more than 1 million—a “significant decrease,” according to Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance Use Dr. Elinore F. McCance-Katz.

While Dr. McCance-Katz says the figures showing a decline in opioid and heroin use are “positive findings,” she says increased marijuana use in people aged 12 to 17, and 26 and older, is “problematic.”

Even so, marijuana use stayed the same on average among people between 18 and 25 years of age, an age group McCance-Katz says SAMHSA was especially focused on after previously seeing a marked increase in young people smoking pot.

The New York Times officially becomes a joke newspaper

"All the News That's Fit to Print" apparently doesn't have to be true. (Associated Press/File)

“For more than two years, the editors at [The New York Times] produced hundreds of weak articles pushing a story they claimed was solid as a rock: President Trump and his campaign coterie colluded with Russia to alter the outcome of the 2016 election.”

Then Robert Mueller, the knighted keeper of the truth championed by the left as a near saint, blew the whole thing. In his $32 million report, the special counsel wrote that his investigation “did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.” Joseph Curl writes in The Washington Times. With that story dead, The New York Times’ editors now openly admit they’re moving on to a new narrative and they pivoted quickly to one that the paper’s top editor declares is a pure fact: Trump is a racist.

“We built our newsroom to cover one story, and we did it truly well,” Executive Editor Dean Baquet said last week in an internal “town hall” with key members of the paper’s staff, a recording of which was leaked to Slate. “Now we have to regroup, and shift resources and emphasis to take on a different story.”

Mr. Baquet was shockingly frank as he admitted that “our readers” were distraught when Mr. Mueller cleared the president.

“The day Bob Mueller walked off that witness stand, two things happened,” Mr. Baquet said. “Our readers who want Donald Trump to go away suddenly thought, ‘Holy s—t, Bob Mueller is not going to do it.’ And Donald Trump got a little emboldened politically, I think. Because, you know, for obvious reasons. And I think that the story changed. A lot of the stuff we’re talking about started to emerge like six or seven weeks ago. We’re a little tiny bit flat-footed. I mean, that’s what happens when a story looks a certain way for two years. Right?”

“Looks a certain way”? But isn’t that what newsmen do: find out all the facts and then report? They don’t just chase a story for two years because it “looks a certain way,” do they?

But then Mr. Baquet got to the real point: What to do next.

“I think that we’ve got to change,” he said, adding that The Times’ new focus will be to “write more deeply about the country, race and other divisions.”

“Hey, it doesn’t have to be true — the Russia collusion canard wasn’t. But clearly, the once-great New York Times isn’t going to let a pesky thing like facts get in the way of a good story.”

Watch President Trump get clean and affordable energy for America

President Donald Trump on Aug. 20, 2019.

“Activists and Democratic politicians like to portray President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the ineffectual and counterproductive Paris Agreement as an example of his ‘inaction’ on the environment,” former EPA official Mandy Gunasekara writes in USA Today. “In reality, the quality of our air and water has only improved since he took office. Carbon emissions fell 2.7% in President Trump’s first year. While emissions rose in 2018 due to robust economic growth, carbon dioxide is projected to decrease in 2019 and 2020.”

Driving these results are meaningful policies. In June, the Environmental Protection Agency finalized its new Affordable Clean Energy Rule (ACE) to replace the Obama administration’s unworkable Clean Power Plan (CPP).

The CPP not only proved to be unconstitutional, but it also unnecessarily destroyed thousands of mining and extraction jobs without obvious benefit to the environment.

ACE, by contrast, will ensure that by 2030, carbon emissions from the American energy sector will drop by up to 35% below 2005 levels.

Elsewhere, President Trump has taken decisive executive action to protect America’s natural gas boom from overregulation. Natural gas power plants produce between 50% and 60% less carbon dioxide than equivalent coal plants.

Nuclear energy, meanwhile, still provides about one-fifth of all U.S. electricity. For the time being that virtually carbon-free bulwark is safe — but only because of the president’s determined resistance to anti-nuclear activists.

Use of renewables has also continued to grow since President Trump took office, but there is no silver bullet — least of all in the multitrillion dollar “Green New Deal.”

Donald Trump chose a better direction. It’s not “inaction” but a realistic plan to get us clean and affordable energy, reduced greenhouse emissions and economic growth.

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