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Obama’s Legacy

We are living it now. This, the Obama “legacy.” The world that Obama left us following his presidency can be described in a single word – horrific. What did he leave America, besides a falling standard of living, higher unemployment, … Continue reading

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The Latest Fiasco

Why are we not getting things done in government? It’s because the democrats do not want to work as team members. They want to do everything their way and if you take a look at the facts, their way really … Continue reading

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The End of An Era and A New Beginning

Today, it happens. Donald J. Trump becomes the 45th president of the United States. President Obama’s time in the office is over. Many people, probably about a half to two thirds of the nation, are very happy about this. Yes, … Continue reading

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The View From the Bottom

The view from the bottom, also known as the trenches, is very interesting these days. Reporting by the media is very dismal. For those of us in the rank and file, we’re keeping an eye on what is happening and … Continue reading

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Hey! You! I Have a Bridge You Might Be Interested in Buying

Over the last few weeks, yet another scandal is playing out in Washington. The May 31 Bowe Bergdahl prisoner exchange for five high-ranking Taliban warriors has to mark the lowest point of our history. Defending the swap, Secretary of State … Continue reading

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I’m Back…

Okay, it’s time to come back to writing on this blog. After the reelection, I became disenchanted and disgusted with the things we’re doing in American politics. It drove me away from writing. It has happened before… Now it is … Continue reading

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Time For a Pink Slip

As the Democratic Convention starts, the only thing the leadership of that party can do, when asked if the people are better off now than four years ago, is deflect the question. David Axelrod dodged the question and kept trying … Continue reading

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