Harley Davidson , I have been customizing rides since I was a kid. It all started with my first car at 13 years old, and I haven’t stopped since. Coming from a lowrider background, it’s in my blood to always put that stamp of class on something, whether it be a car or a bike. I will always stay true to that lowrider style even in a modern day. It’s just me. This is my second time around in the bagger world. My last bike made a statement—so much that it made its way overseas to Greece and Italy in the end. With every build it’s not so much the outside competition, but it’s outdoing myself that makes it interesting and the rest just falls into place. So I knew I had to top my last build. Inspiration comes from all places, but what better place than my own garage?
Newsweek political editor, Matt Cooper, claims that his staff played no role in the writing of their “Madam President” edition – nor did he review it before it shipped nationally. The magazine published two versions of their ‘commemorative’ election edition, but only shipped copies with Hillary Clinton on the cover prior to November 8. Fox News host Tucker Carlson read excerpts from the Hillary edition that sounded like they had been lifted directly from a DNC talking points memo. “As the tone of the election grew darker and more bizarre by the day, President-Elect Hillary Clinton ‘went high’ when her opponent and his supporters went even lower,” Carlson recited. “No stranger to trudging through the mire of misogyny in her career as first lady, senator, and secretary of state, Pre
David Petraeus, the army ex-general who resigned in disgrace as head of the CIA, said Sunday that he’s paid for his mistakes and is ready to become Donald Trump’s chief diplomat. Petraeus has interviewed with the president-elect and is on the short list to become the new president’s secretary of state. “I have acknowledged for a number for years that five years ago I made a serious mistake, I acknowledged it, I apologized for it, I have paid a heavy price for it, and I have learned from it,” Petraeus said on ABC News. The 64-year-old scholar-warrior, who masterminded the widely credited surge in Iraq from 2008-2010, has a depth of experience in world affairs unmatched by any of the other candidates known to be under consideration. But in 2012 he resigned from the CIA after showing
A lot of people are against many of Donald Trump's ideologies and opinions, and it seems that one of those is his own daughter, Ivanka. The president-elect has often voiced his opinions about climate change, admitting to being skeptical about it, as well as theorizing that the Chinese created the concept of it to manipulate US markets. Despite his skepticism, Ivanka is going to use her father's new position as a way to give her leverage in the fight against climate change. "Ivanka is in the early stages of exploring how to use her spotlight to speak out on the issue," a source said, according to Politico. The 35-year-old is planning to move into an environmental public role, with The Donald expected to have a more open mind on the topic. Over the years he has questioned ...
Sarah Palin is under consideration for secretary of veterans affairs, a close Palin aide and a top Donald Trump transition official told ABC News. The Palin aide said that Palin recently told Trump transition officials, "I feel as though the megaphone I have been provided can be used in a productive and positive way to help those desperately in need." The Department of Veterans Affairs is the largest government agency, with over 300,000 federal employees and a budget of $182 billion for 2017. Palin's son-in-law and Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer posted a SarahPAC video to his Facebook page earlier this week, with excerpts from a speech she gave that heavily focuses on her work with veterans and her connection to the community. Her eldest son, Track Palin, served in Iraq in ...
People have been using and cultivating cannabis (marijuana) for a variety of purposes for centuries. In fact, the oldest written record of cannabis for medicinal purposes dates back to 2727 B.C. by the Chinese Emperor, Shen Nung. Ancient Egyptians used it to treat glaucoma and inflammation; the Greeks touted its powers to treat ear aches and swelling—even early Americans used the plant to treat depression. By 1850, the potent therapeutic properties of the cannabis plant had made their way into the U.S. Pharmacopeia, where it was cited to treat: “neuralgia, tetanus, typhus, cholera, rabies, dysentery, alcoholism, opiate addiction, anthrax, leprosy, incontinence, gout, convulsive disorders, tonsillitis, insanity, excessive menstrual bleeding, and uterine bleeding,” among other thing
Liberals keep unsuccessfully putting up smokescreens to divert the public’s attention away from their failed policies and their failed candidates, like two-time Presidential wannabe Hillary Clinton. Liberal reporter Mike Barnicle recently tried to bait ( Distract )Congressman Trey Gowdy with a trap by saying, “One of the things that goes unspoken in large extent is Russian interference in the American political process.” He added, “Would you care to rank, in terms of priority, Hillary Clinton’s emails versus the clearly established Russian interference in our electoral process? Which is more important?” Shot back Gowdy, sending the trap, “Is it an option that they’re both important, or do I have to pick between the two?” Barnicle restated, “Well, you can do whatever you choose to
Tucker Carlson squared off against a nutty college professor, Rene de La Pedraja. He is a PHD, and as you will see, this proves just how flawed our education system must be. First he explained why it is okay that the government didn’t allow their citizens to leave and essentially made all its citizens prisoner. “Put yourself in the place of the Cuban government,” he started. “They spend a lot of money educating a doctor, and then when he’s ready to practice, ‘Well, I’ll just go to the US and earn those high salaries there.’ So you can see this attempt to restrict. There was some economic reasons for that, it was not just that it was a totalitarian system,” he said. His arguments got even more ridiculous. “He’s become a symbol, not just in Cuba, but throughout the world, for pe
President-elect Donald Trump praised retired Army Gen. David Petraeus, a former CIA chief whom he is considering to lead the State Department, after the two met privately in New York Monday. Trump took to his Twitter account after meeting with Petraeus for an hour inside Trump Tower in Manhattan. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/803343150907617284 Petraeus spoke to members of the media on his way out of the meeting, and complemented the president-elect for his grasp of the complex issues the country faces internationally. Saying the meeting “went very well,” Petraeus told pool reporters he and Trump spent roughly an hour together discussing foreign policy. “I was with him for about an hour. He basically walked us around the world,” Petraeus said. “[Trump] showed a
Following up on a campaign promise that appealed directly to his Rust Belt base, President-elect Donald Trump said Thursday that he had reached out to the Carrier air conditioner company in Indiana to ask it not to move more than 2,000 factory jobs from Indiana to Mexico. In a Twitter post Thursday morning, Trump said: “I am working hard, even on Thanksgiving, trying to get Carrier A.C. Company to stay in the U.S. (Indiana). MAKING PROGRESS — Will know soon!” https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/801805564577808385 During both the primary and general election campaigns, Trump frequently cited the February decision by Carrier and its corporate parent, United Technologies, to close two Indiana factories and move production to Mexico as an example of how NAFTA and other free-tra