History will correct the headlines on Gorsuch

April 9, 2017
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Barring a real nuclear option by China, Russia, North Korea or some ISIS nut job, by the time you read this column Neal Gorsuch will have become the newest Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. If you’re a Gorsuch supporter it’s the first step forward towards setting the Court back on a path…

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WWI: A not so “great” war

April 2, 2017
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One hundred years ago today, President Thomas Woodrow Wilson,a man that had won re-election on the slogan “He kept us out of war”, was standing before a joint session of Congress asking them to do just the opposite and declare war against Germany. Four days later Congress granted the President’s request and issued a formal…

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Of innuendo, tweets, and Obamacare redux

March 26, 2017
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In a week that started with FBI director James Comey coughing up fur balls of nothingness to the House Intelligence Committee, saw the brilliance of Judge Neil Gorsuch showing the Senate Judiciary Committee (and the world for that matter) just what a federal judge should be overshadowed by a media obsession with parsing Presidential tweets…

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Do “We the People” still have rights?

March 19, 2017
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“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.” You know the…

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Of Sessions, Russia and media hysterics

March 5, 2017
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Of Sessions, Russia and media hysterics

When the television came on early Thursday morning breaking across all channels was the Washington Post Headline: “Sessions met with Russian envoy twice last year, encounters he later did not disclose.” MSNBC Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski immediately filed it in the “career ending” category, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy…

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Politicos not alone in shaping public policy

February 26, 2017
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Politicos not alone in shaping public policy

A century ago this month there were hundreds of thousands of dead on both sides of the trenches on the Western Front and America was in no mood to send its own young men off into Europe’s meat grinder. But on February 24th, Great Britain gave the deciphered Zimmermann telegraph to President Woodrow Wilson who…

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