I hate to say this, but if you’re hanging your hopes on the sliver of a chance that somehow Congress will hand President Trump a 2nd term during this joint session of Congress, don’t hold your breath. Before you get angry with me, understand, I hope to be proven wrong and if so, it would be perfectly legal and Constitutional.
“Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.” (John F. Kennedy)
Today more than ever those words ring true, which is why we need a new mindset and true American answers to solve the problems our nation now faces. Answers that use facts, logic, and common sense, but not emotion, political correctness, and anti-American political gamesmanship.
Facts have always mattered, even when they’re conveniently ignored, disregarded, or cherry-picked to suit a given narrative. Facts should especially matter now given how polarized society and our politics have become.
Before I dive into anything, I admit, the title of this article is what it is, I’m not going to dwell on it, I’m not going to change it, so let’s move past it together, shall we. That said, this article isn’t about calling out any political figure or political party,...
The 27th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was originally proposed on September 25th, 1789, and was finally ratified on May 7th, 1992. In other words, it took 202 years, 7 months, and 12 days…
The Open and Semi-Open Primaries have a flaw in which those from other parties can cross over and help choose the other party’s general election candidates, this process is known as “Raiding.” This has the potential of one party getting a weaker nominee than they would have liked, making it more difficult in the general election for that party.
No President, standing alone, can lay claim to having made America great. George Washington, our first President and the undisputed Father of America, is the closest person who could remotely lay claim to having made America great. Let's tell the truth. America, as a...
In a few weeks or months, we will be living in a post virus America. My rooftop view of a post virus America is coming into view. Will America be different from the one we have known? What are the shifts taking place that will realign the American experience to a new...
The Book of Exodus is the second book of the Bible and Exodus 18:21, should be any honest and rational being’s “ab initio,” which is a beginning or starting point when it comes to electing those who’ll represent us, at all levels of government. I say it should be looked at as a first principle, which is an axiom, in other words, something that’s factual or true.
In 1796 Thomas Jefferson wrote: “Timid men…prefer the calm of despotism to the boisterous sea of liberty.” To me, the modern progressives are the timid types who want the rest of us to suffer under despotism or as you may have heard it “equally shared misery.”
In this thirty-second ad, instead of being positive, the Hagerty campaign chose to be extremely vague in their slanderous allegations.
Joe Biden’s gaffes are not because of his lifelong stuttering problem, they’re not just the occasional misstatement. His gaffes go far beyond challenging people to “push up contest” and calling them “lying dog-faced pony soldiers.” Most of the time, they’re outright lies, while other times they give insight to how he really thinks such as “Well I tell you what, If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”
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