Wisconsin workers soon could be working at new Foxconn plant if state lawmakers approve huge tax benefits for the Taiwanese electronics company. Are you worried that your next iPhone will cost more than you planned now that Foxconn is opening a plant in Wisconsin? The Taiwanese electronics supplier will be paying U.S. employees much more ?? an average of almost $54,000 a year plus benefits annually ?? than workers who put together Apple products in China. Don't be. Foxconn's American operation won't be making smartphone components. Instead, it will produce liquid-crystal display panels for televisions and computer screens. But Wisconsin... ...
Mueller and Trump Prepare for War with America the Loser | Roger L. Simon Watergate ended with a whimper, not a bang. After months of sturm und drang, Richard Nixon finally mounted that helicopter, gave that famous farewell peace sign and flew away. Most Americans were relieved to see him go. Our long national nightmare was over. Roger just can't drop the baggage from his leftish 1960s past. Nixon was, is, and always will be a monster never mind that the scandal that brought him down a third rate burglary and the ensuing attempts to cover it up pale into insignificance as compared to the everyday doings of the Clinton Crime Family and the Chicago/Obama Syndicate. And the resignation from office after impeachment by a US president is hardly anything that could be described as a whimper.
He has reason to. As everyone knows, cooks cook, plumbers fix the plumbing, and prosecutors prosecute. It's what they do, part of their personality structure. Especially if the prey is big, and they don't bring in at least one or two significant players, they feel as if they haven't done their job. So they work and work until they do - nab someone forsomething. Trump knows this. The media know this. We all know it. And bad as it may be for Trump, it's going to be even worse for We the People.
As usual, Roger and his ilk, always so punctilious about manners, opt for Trump being bored, ie., refusing to fight this concerted effort to destroy him on the part of TPTB, including their minion Mueller. Why? Because Americans will be upset by the battle. And we can't have Americans upset, can we?
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President Donald Trump's appointees are required to sign an ethics pledge saying they'll avoid particular matters involving former employees for two years. But the waiver, one of several pertaining to its staff members that the White House released May 31, allows staffers to participate in communications and meetings with news organizations regarding broad policy matters. The unsigned, undated waiver could be applied retroactively - essentially allowing staff members who violated an ethics pledge to avoid disciplinary action, wrote Walter Shaub, the director of the federal Office of Government Ethics.
Shaub is an Obama appointee. Fire him. Do you understand this, PDT? Every Obama appointee you leave in office is a knife waiting for your back. You accepted Bush guy Rod Rosenstein's resignation, and then appointed him as Deputy Attorney general. He is acting attorney general, for all intents an purposes, in the matter of the Mueller investigation. He has recently promised to defy any order you give him to fire Mueller without good reason. You kept on James Comey, with disastrous results for you, your agenda, and our country. You need to figure out who your enemies are, and then start treating them like enemies. There is nothing you can do to make them love you. Deal with it. Learn how to play this game. Because so far, I don't see that you're doing all that great a job at it. Oh, yes, the Supreme Court appointment. That alone is enough to make my vote for you worth it. But I had hoped for more, much more, and I am just not seeing it. Stop being a pussy. Start punching back twice as hard. That will thrill the 46% who still support you, and who knows? It might even grow that number. Oh, yes, I read the recent sudden spate of babbler warbling about all the wonderful things Trump has accomplished, but 1. Do we have a wall? 2. Are we extreme vetting Muslim from problematic countries (or all countries, for that matter)? 3. Do we have an Obamacare repeal? 4. Do we have tax reform/tax cuts? 5. Are you really cutting two regulations for every new one passed? 6. Do we have an infrastructure plan yet? 7. Have you even remotely come close to draining the swamp? 8. The Clinton Crime Syndicate: Is all that down the campaign memory hole now? Tweets are nice. Keep on doing them. But tweets are not actual accomplishments, you know. I'm not interested in pictures of sad Democratic faces. Not unless they are sad because you actually managed to put some part of your campaign agenda into actual effect. Sad faces for your Supreme Court appointment and his confirmation? Great. Sad Democrats who are sad simply because you, or some other politician actually managed to get elected? We elected you to do something, you know. You told us what you would do. I suggest you get to doing it. UPDATE Premptive response: Yes, I am aware that it is congress that must transform Trump's agenda into actual legislation for him to sign. That said, everything he does that results in him being weakened makes it easier for his inmical allies in Congress to help the Democrats knife him. Ronald Reagan's great strength was his ability to marshall vast swathes of the American people behind him, so many of them that Congress feared him too much to try to obstruct him, even though the establishment hated him as much then as it does Trump today. Trump will never entice the GOP congresscucks to love him, (and doing so would be a fool's errand anyway). Machiavelli said it best Machiavelli: The Prince: Chapter XVII Upon this a question arises: whether it be better to be loved than
feared or feared than loved? It may be answered that one should wish to be
both, but, because it is difficult to unite them in one person, is much
safer to be feared than loved, when, of the two, either must be dispensed
with. Because this is to be asserted in general of men, that they are
ungrateful, fickle, false, cowardly, covetous, and as long as you succeed
they are yours entirely; they will offer you their blood, property, life
and children, as is said above, when the need is far distant; but when it
approaches they turn against you. And that prince who, relying entirely on
their promises, has neglected other precautions, is ruined; because
friendships that are obtained by payments, and not by greatness or
nobility of mind, may indeed be earned, but they are not secured, and in
time of need cannot be relied upon; and men have less scruple in offending
one who is beloved than one who is feared, for love is preserved by the
link of obligation which, owing to the baseness of men, is broken at every
opportunity for their advantage; but fear preserves you by a dread of
punishment which never fails. Good advice. I suggest you start following it.
As Italy's biggest city, Milanis a greatdestination for budget travelers with hundreds of affordable hotel options. But not all budget hotels are created equal. If you need a place to stay near the main train station (Milano Centrale), we have an easy answer for you: Reserve a room at Hotel Charly Milan. Our Hotel Charly Milan review Located a quick walk (less than 10 minutes) from Milano Centrale, Hotel Charly makes a convenient stay whether you are passing through for a night or looking for a comfy home base for a few days. Vintage streetcars run right to theDuomo di Milano, the most popular attraction in the city. The Metro (Lima stop) is a fewblocks away, and you can walk to the Public Gardens (Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli) in about 10 minutes. My quick tip: Book a room with a private balcony overlooking the lush garden for a snug urban oasis in the heart of Milan. Related
Avoid these common mistakes on your trip to Italy Wake up and open the doors to the balcony. A friendly staff available around the clock Your visit will most likely start off with a warm greeting (aka barking) by the Hotel Charly's friendly dog in the lobby. The staff is very cordial, and although they speak a little English, they're very happy when you attempt a few Italian phrases. My limited Italian skills came in handy. Check-in is easy, and you pay when you leave. You drop the old-school key off at the desk each time you go out, so you won't have to worry about losing it. Someone is always at the desk 24-7, so you also don't have to stress out if you stay out a little later than planned. Looking out from the patio of Room 6 at Hotel Charly. Ask for a room with a private balcony When I made my reservation through EuroCheapo, I asked for one of the rooms with a balcony overlooking the garden. (There's a note field where you can make a comment or special request.) I stayed in Room 6 which had a calming yellow color scheme and a full-size bed right next to the huge windows that lead out to the patio. I reserved about three months in advance for a trip in late May. The earlier you make a booking the better to ensure you get a balcony room and a lower rate. The final bill of my stay was94 per night for a double room, including the local taxes and breakfast. Start each morning with a pastry and cappuccino on your private balcony. Classic Italian breakfast in a lovely garden A lot of times, I skip the hotel breakfast in Italy. In my book, nothing can beat a cappuccino and cornetto at a local bar. However, Hotel Charly has an espresso machine and will gladly froth you up a fine cappuccino and provide you with a nice selection of pastries, yogurt, meats, and cheeses. Grab a seat in the charming breakfast room with a view of the garden or ask for a tray and enjoy it on the balcony. It's a lovely way to start your day in Milan. It will be hard to lose this old-school key! Climate control comes in handy during the warmer months If it's too hot, the rooms have air conditioning units controlled by remote control. This came in handy when the weather turned quite warm during our stay. With one click of the AC and a quick close of the patio doors, we created a comfortable oasis. You won't even miss the gardenview because the patio doors are glass. Don't miss the bakery down the block One of the best perks of staying at Hotel Charly is the bakery just down the street on the corner of Via Vitruvio and Via Lodovico Settala.Panificio Pasticceria Vailati offers sweet and savory treats from poppy seed flatbreads with anchovies and capers to handmade chocolate covered cherries. I even stopped by for a couple of last-minute bags of treats to enjoy on the flight back to New York! Read more about Hotel Charly and book a room online. The post Hotel Crush: Hotel Charly Milan review appeared first on EuroCheapo's Budget Travel Blog.