Category Archives: National Politics

Who fights for us?

The following essay (slightly edited by me) by Evan Sayet published at Townhall on July 13, 2017 is worth reading for those who think our current president  lacks “docorum.” Mr. Sayet reflects my feelings; the hell with decorum we’re in … Continue reading

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Draining the swamp and cleaning house

President Trump has vowed to “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C. That will be a big job because for 150 years politicians have created such a massive federal wetland in the Potomac basin that a huge amount of drainage will … Continue reading

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Questions for Hillary Clinton

Questions for Hillary Clinton based on the U. S. House Select Committee on Benghazi report about the 2012 Islamic terrorist attacks that killed four Americans in Libya. http://benghazi.house.gov/NewInfo ————————————————————————– Mrs. Clinton:  As U. S. Secretary of State during the events … Continue reading

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Romney the vindictive and pathetic loser

I voted for Gov. Mitt Romney in 2012. He was well-spoken, successful in business, and had State executive experience. Romney didn’t hide his background.  He cared about the economic future of America. His sound personal character was unassailable (the press … Continue reading

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Why I support Donald Trump for president

I’m coming around to agree with my wife about her support for Donald Trump for president of these formerly united, now deeply divided, States of America. Senator Ted Cruz was my favorite candidate. I believe he is a true conservation. … Continue reading

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TRUSTED vs. mendacity

Falsehoods are flying about Republican presidential candidate U. S. Senator Ted Cruz—thanks to his nemesis Donald Trump. Actually, the “lyin’ Ted” label that Trump sent out for the media to stick on post-it notes, with every 24/7 political broadcast featuring … Continue reading

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Response to letter from Reince Priebus

Recently, I received a four-page letter from Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee. As before, I had been “selected to represent Voters in North Carolina’s 7th Congressional District.” A census form was enclosed. The form-letter conveyed a private … Continue reading

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