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The Three Ps of Politics are the Driving Force for Most Voting

Whether you know it or not we are driven to vote for a particular candidate by party, person or policy.  In an ideal world most of us would vote based on the policies of on an individual and how we … Continue reading

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It’s Only Words but Words Are Weapons

The void between common sense and abject agenda-driven politics is deafening.  The mid-term election is next week so you know we are in for last minute surprises and irrational blame.  The rhetoric will reach a fever pitch. A lot of … 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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As the Fourth Estate crumbles it has no one to blame but itself

Most of us expect and accept politicians to lie. As George Carlin once said “their level of insincerity is astonishing” It’s not right.  It’s sad. But such is life when dealing with politicians. What we do not expect and should … 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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The media should be charged with assault and battery on free speech

There is an assault occurring every day that no one seems inclined to stop.  It’s not a physical assault but it probably will do more damage. Sarah Jeong is a tech writer for the New York Times who recently came … 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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