“In a time of universal deceit – telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” – George Orwell.


Not even 18 months into the Donald Trump Presidency and the question becomes do Americans need anymore reasons to re-elect President Trump?

By David Via  | June 5, 2018 01:04 PM 

At what many would say is the worst time in American politics and a failed press President Donald Trump has emerged to many Americans as our best hope of restoring Democracy to a political system that by any measure no longer represents the people but is instead firmly in the grasp of special interest groups.

The list of accomplishments is substantial and somewhat unexpected by even the most hopeful of Trump supporters. Ask if President Trump would be able to negotiate foreign policy to a degree that puts to shame the efforts of career experts like Clinton or Kerry most would answer in the negative. President Trump’s instinct is remarkable to say the least. The actions of North Korean President Kim Jong-un best illustrate the power of the “Trump effect.” President Trump and Vice President Pence on stage together they are both smiling and look very happy

President Trump’s economic prowess is nothing less than brilliant and historic. For the first time in American history, there are more jobs than people in unemployment, according to the Department of Labor. According to data released this week, there were 6.698 million job openings last month, while the total number of unemployed was 6.346 million.

That is a total of 352,000 more job openings than unemployed. The unemployment rate for African-Americans reached a historic low and the gap between white and black unemployed was the smallest in recorded history. Hispanic-Americans and Asian-Americans also saw unemployment at near record lows. The total unemployment rate of 3.8% is the lowest in decades.

Looking for more reasons to Re-elect President Trump? Tax cuts for 85% of Americans are not crumbs as Nancy Pelosi stated, people are beginning to enjoy the benefits of the first federal tax reform since President Reagan, more than three decades ago. The American economy is responding in an overwhelmingly positive way.

A recent survey of Americans for Tax Reform, more than 550 businesses have publicly announced bonuses, wage increases, 401(k) match increases, expansions, charitable contributions and utility-rate reductions as the result of the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) signed into law by President Donald Trump in December 2017.

But perhaps the most important accomplishment cannot be quantified, I’m referring to a renewed belief in freedom and democracy. Many Americans did not believe this was a possibility, we have gone too far down the road of corporatism and the game was over.

President Trump has rejuvenated the American dream, our children and our children’s children need not be trapped by a system that benefits only a few, but instead live in a country where elected officials once again represent the American people as our founders intended. God bless President Trump and these United States.