Trump and Conservative Issues

Is Trump now hurting the GOP and by extension Conservative platform and policies?

The Trump base is solid, but so is the Resistance.  Trump must now convert Indes, moderate Democrats, RINOs, and refrain from rallying the Democratic base. He needs to convince voters not to vote for Marxists, Anarchists and Globalists, or at least get them to stay home.

Also, try to win back some Conservative neverTrumpers. Those that “hated” Trump because he has what appears to be an open marriage.  Virtue signaling was fashionable and low risk when Trump opponents thought he would NEVER win the primary, not to mention the general. The lesson – never say never. Trump needs to find a way to let them save face and return home, even if they have to crawl back.

The country is one election away from the real possibility of even a more open border AND single provider (not just payer) health care.

One hell of a risk to take.  Some voters now will vote against their own self-interests just to deny Trump a Wall.

Asylee benefits in the US

Derivative Asylum
You have two years from the grant of your asylee status to file for your minor children under 21 and your spouse regardless or whether they are in the US or overseas.

Social Security Number and Driver’s License
You may immediately apply for an unrestricted Social Security card at a Social Security office near you once you have asylee status.

Can now apply for a Driver’s License

Government Benefits

During the entire 8 months from the date you were granted asylum you are entitled to certain government benefits depending on the state in which you reside:

  • Cash Aid ( very limited)
  • Food Stamps
  • If you are over age 65 or legally blind you may be eligible for SSI benefits.

Fires

“The fast-moving fire, driven by Southern California’s relentless Santa Ana winds, proved to be a major challenge for firefighters who were unable to control much of the blaze.”

The issue is land use. The problem is man-made. Do your own focus group. Go to local fire departments and ask experts if fires once started in many areas of Cali can be fought practically speaking. Yet people continue to build and rebuild … in the line of fire.

What is CA doing to mitigate conditions in all the remaining areas at risk?