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As our American political campaign season is now only seen from the rear view mirror in our drive forward, creating a new historical and political future for our country, I have been deeply appreciative of the constitutional right of...
Hillary Clinton did not lose the election, the Democratic Party did. How? They seem to have lost their way. They didn't pander to the 20-some odd states in the middle of our great country and promise lower- and middle-class jobs. They...
The content of articles in The Day took their usual liberal position throughout the presidential campaign. The Day writers were whipped up in their own political spin cycle and had convinced themselves that Hillary Clinton was a...
Day 1 of Trump Administration: Would you like 1 million pink slips with that? "Repeal and Replace" doesn’t sync up as nicely as rinse and repeat. Nevertheless, our newly unified government has promised the people a seamless cleansing in...
Never accept complacency. Never blindly follow those who desire to lead you. Never accept for fact knowledge unless it has proven to be undeniably and irrefutably true. In other words, self-educate; education is our salvation and ignorance is the...
I did not think I would say this, but I am happy Donald Trump won. His campaign rhetoric woke me up. It is now all about me! I am tired of hearing about, and being asked to sympathize with, those left behind (whoever identifies with that).
Rather than Trump forfeiting the $400,000 annual executive pay, supporters would be better rewarded if his personal gains from his new plans were equally distributed to the Rust Belt Trumpians and he kept only the $400,000 for himself. Tax...
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