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The NFL ratings took quite the beating in 2017 due to the National Anthem kneeling. Many Americans took to Twitter with #BoycottTheNFL.  Americans also could be seen burning their jerseys and gear during the year.

Three videos on social media of Pico Rivera Councilman Gregory Salcido, a teacher at El Rancho High School, making disparaging remarks about the military and berating a student for wearing a sweatshirt with a Marines logo have gone viral and created a backlash.

El Rancho Unified School District officials confirmed Saturday, Jan. 27 that the person speaking is Salcido and that the incident took place on school grounds.

“We acknowledge it is his voice based on the research of the incident so far and knowing it came from one of our classrooms,” district Superintendent Karling Aguilera-Fort said in a phone interview.

A post on Facebook with the three videos was shared more than 23,500 times as of 10 a.m. Saturday. It had nearly 1.5 million views.

Aguilera-Fort said he was alerted on Friday evening to the video where Salcido is heard saying, “They’re the frickin’ lowest of the low,” in reference to military members.

“We have reached out to Mr. Salcido but have not been able to talk to him because he is out of town,” Aguilera-Fort said.

He and Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Mark Matthews are conducting an investigation.

“We cannot expose the disciplinary measures because it is a personnel matter, but there will be disciplinary measures taken,” Aguilera-Fort said.

District officials have not identified the student who made the recording.

“That’s not our priority right now,” he said. “Our first priority is to assure the community that what was said does not reflect the values of the El Rancho community and the El Rancho board.”

Phone calls to Salcido and to Pico Rivera City Manager Rene Bobadilla were not returned.

Salcido did post a statement on Friday to his personal Facebook page, which said, “I don’t think it’s wise for me to make any comments, but I want my friends, family, and students to know we are fine and we respect the rights of free expression for all individuals.”

Why am I not surprised. Another leftist, elitist A-hole doing what they do best, badmouthing their own country and the very people who defend them. DISGUSTING. More disgusting, and dangerous still is the fact that this lowlife is a teacher, influencing yooung and impressionable children.


The NFL has rejected an ad for its Super Bowl program from a veterans' group that urged fans to "Please Stand" during the National Anthem at the Feb. 4 championship game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots, according to multiple reports.

The league rejected the one-page ad from AMVETS because it was a "political statement," [link from unapproved source]

NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told the paper in an email: "The Super Bowl game program is designed for fans to commemorate and celebrate the game, players, teams, and the Super Bowl. It's never been a place for advertising that could be considered by some as a political statement."

But in a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday, AMVETS National Commander Marion Polk wrote freedom of speech "works both ways," [link from unapproved source]. "We respect the rights of those who choose to protest, (but) imposing corporate censorship to deny those same rights to those veterans who have secured it for all is reprehensible."

The ad flap is the latest chapter in a battle that began during the 2016 season, when then-San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick began taking a knee during the playing of the Star Spangled Banner to protest racism in America.

President Donald Trump dove headlong into the issue this fall, when he said team owners should fire players who kneel during the Anthem.

McCarthy told USA Today the league tried to work out a compromise with AMVETS, but could not reach an agreement before the magazine went to press.

"The NFL has long supported the military and veterans and will again salute our service members in the Super Bowl with memorable on-field moments that will be televised as part of the game," McCarthy said.

I HOPE THEY DO. Since that Kapernick coward started the kneeling in disrespect to our military men and women, I have hoped that the military doesn't do a fly over, and that if any of these players are going to kneel, they need to be dismissed before the anthem is played. I hope that there is enough Americans that put country before these Neanderthals that earn money they could never make in any other country for playing a game, yet they disrespect the flag, military, and people they play for. Not right!

Take it for what is worth?   

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A train station that will be built next to the Western Wall will be named after US President Donald Trump.

The decision was made by Transportation Minister Israel Katz, who said: “The Western Wall is the holiest place for the Jewish people, and I decided to name the train station that leads to it after president Trump – following his historic and brave decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Israel.”

In May, Trump became the first sitting US president to visit the Western Wall when he visited the site during a tour of several Middle East countries.

The good news is that Hamas will be naming a new rocket after Obama. Before it explodes over an Israeli school, it lectures them that, "This isn't who we are."

But I'm sure there's a public toilet or two that can be named after Obama in Jerusalem. When it doesn't flush, it blames you. Of course that's small change compared to all the Iranian nuclear reactors that can be named after Obama.

The left is really hating Trump!!!             

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Florida State is set to play against Southern Mississippi in the Independence Bowl next week, but it turns out they shouldn’t be a part of the game.

FSU went 6-6 this season, and many thought that their win over Louisiana-Monroe earlier this month made them bowl-eligible. It actually didn’t.

A Reddit user named “bakonydraco” [link from unapproved source] Thursday explaining why FSU isn’t bowl-eligible. It all comes down to their win over FCS opponent Delaware State, which shouldn’t count towards bowl-eligibility because they did not give out enough scholarships.

From the Reddit post:

For an FCS opponent to be countable towards bowl eligibility, the FCS program must have awarded at least 90% of the FCS scholarship limit. After our own investigation, we have determined and confirmed that Delaware State has not met the 90% threshold set by the NCAA. As a result, Florida State’s bowl countable record is 5-6, thus making them ineligible for a bowl game this season. At present, there are three other bowl eligible teams that were not offered a game and it would be unprecedented for a team to go bowling without either eligibility or a waiver while teams who are eligible stay home.

The mistake has been confirmed.

“This monumental error should have been caught at three levels: the school, conference and NCAA,” a bowl industry source told reporter Brett McMurphy. “It’s too late to do anything now, they’ll still play in the game. If it was funny, it would be a comedy of errors.”

Buffalo, Western Michigan and UTSA are among the schools that were eligible for a bowl but missed out due to FSU being selected. Thanks to the error, Florida State will be playing in its 36th consecutive bowl.

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Well then, here's hoping they go down like a $3 ho'.................... Certainly do NOT want an illegal team to be there, let alone win a trophy illegally. You can bet the school knew and kept their mouths shut... Stupid ncaa.......         


A slew of big businesses Wednesday announced plans to increase employee and benefits plans after a sweeping GOP tax plan that slashes the corporate tax rate made it through Congress.

Wells Fargo, Fifth Third Bancorp, Boeing and Comcast all reportedly unveiled the good news.

Earlier Wednesday, AT&T announced it would give more than 200,000 workers [link from unapproved source] to celebrate the signing of the tax-cut bill.

"You're going to see the economy take off like nothing we have seen in a generation," Louisiana GOP Rep. Steve Scalise, the House majority whip, predicted, [link from unapproved source].

[link from unapproved source], Fifth-Third Bancorp will raise the minimum wage of its workforce to $15 per hour — a move that'll increase the payout to 3,000 of its workers who make less than that. Axios reported the company made $1.5 billion in profit last year.

Meanwhile, [link from unapproved source] San Francisco-based Wells Fargo will up its minimum wage to $15 an hour, and also will allocate $400 million in donations to community and nonprofit organizations in 2018.

[link from unapproved source] it's "still studying all of the provisions of the new legislation," but has committed $300 million for charitable giving, employee development programs and "workplace of the future" facilities and infrastructure enhancement.

In a statement chairman and CEO of Comcast NBCUniversal Brian Roberts said the company will award $1,000 in bonuses to more than 100,000 eligible frontline and non-executive employees, Axios reported.

It'll also spend $50 billion over the next five years to improve and extend its broadband plant and capacity. Roberts said this move would create "thousands of new direct and indirect jobs."

Democrats have been skeptical of claims the corporate tax slash would stimulate jobs and earnings, arguing big businesses would simply pump the tax-cut money back to their shareholders.

"[AT&T's] announcement today is the exception, not the rule, when it comes to the biggest corporations spending their windfall," a release from the office of Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., asserted, according to The Hill.

"There is a reason so few executives have said the tax bill will lead to more jobs, investments, and higher wages — because it will actually lead to share buybacks, corporate bonuses, and dividends."

"A slew of big businesses Wednesday announced plans to prove democrats are bald-faced liars and increase employee and benefits plans after a sweeping GOP tax plan that slashes the corporate tax rate made it through Congress."

Looks like the Left is hating Trump even more.   

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The GOP certainly had an identity crisis in the Alabama special election, a fact the politicos were happy to point out.

The establishment GOP fought the up-start campaigns of Mo Brooks and Roy Moore. Moore was eventually victorious, with the help of former Trump adviser Steve Bannon. Moore lost the race after a landslide of sexual misconduct allegations mounted against him. The GOP now must deal with a Democrat senator in a deep red state.

Many liberals did a victory lap after the race, using the win as a broader referendum on Trump. Hillary Clinton was among those who chimed in, saying “For me, this was a very important turning point in basically holding President Trump and his most vitriolic, destructive advisers, led by Steve Bannon, accountable.”

In case you forgot, Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 election to Donald Trump in the electoral college, 304 to 227.

The president’s son, Donald Trump Jr. responded to Clinton’s comments on Twitter.

Trump quotes this tweet about Clinton’s comments:

I have always heard money is the root of all evil! In her case it's true!                  


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