Tag Archives: President Clinton

A Clear Choice Looms for 2020 Thanks to The Media and Democrats

The biggest boost to President Trump’s re-election chances are the Democrats and the media. Recent events highlight both groups continually make the same mistake in their quest to ensure he becomes a one-term president. Namely; they inadvertently prove him right … Continue reading

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Rhetoric, Hyperbole and Fact Surround a Wall but Where is Truth?

The dialog surrounding illegal immigration becomes exceedingly frustrating when the actual argument is lost between hyperbole and fact. President Trump positions the wall as the first line of defense from a marauding pack of criminals salivating at the chance to … Continue reading

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Perhaps we should start giving participation trophies to the losing candidates in elections.

I find doing what is “good for the American people” is directly related to a politician not getting his or her way. It seems most politicians divine what is best for the American voter when trying to push a narrative … Continue reading

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If politicians won’t do the will of the people, the will of the people should be to remove them

During his 1995 State of the Union address, President Bill Clinton received a bi-partisan standing ovation for his tough talk on illegal immigration. He opposed it. In fact, he said: “…our administration has moved aggressively to secure our borders more … Continue reading

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Which hunt is witch

If President Ronald Reagan was Teflon and President Bill Clinton was slick, what the heck is President Donald Trump? The media and political ruling class are trying every trick that has worked in the past in hopes of re-railing President … Continue reading

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If you want the article to run, the coverage has to be a hit

Is it true?  Is it accurate?  Does it hurt an innocent person?  Those were the three tenets of whether to publish a news story way back when journalism was actually a noble profession. Today the Litmus test appears to be: … Continue reading

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Three sides to every story: Liberal, Conservative and the truth

Is it possible to avoid hyperbole on social media? Can you avoid it from traditional media? It is getting increasingly difficult to find objective information.  Everyone is upping the ante on hysteria either to get attention or because they forgot … Continue reading

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