Greitens’ most critical test

January 14, 2018
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Wednesday night the plan was simple. The research was done, the rough draft was written and with some tightening up on Thursday evening another column would be off to press. Then came Thursday morning and the “Governor Greitens admits to having an extramarital affair” coming out of the truck radio. That draft was going to…

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Want a better 2018? Buy the Democrats a mirror.

January 7, 2018
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Want a better 2018?  Buy the Democrats a mirror.

Last October I penned a column with the following observations: “America today, for all practical purposes, is two countries under one flag”, noted that “The next generation of Americans will either be governed by facts and the rule of law, or feelings and the emotion of the day;” and declared “Like it or not, the…

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Actress schools press on truth in reporting

December 31, 2017
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Three weeks before the 2016 Presidential election I penned a column highlighting examples of press coziness with the Clinton campaign while fear mongering the Trump candidacy. I asked: “What happens when that “free press” abandons its special place under the Constitution in favor of promoting its own group ideology and supporting but one single political…

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Jerusalem Oh Jerusalem

December 24, 2017
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The time was January, 2014, almost two years before the words of my 2015 Christmas column were written, that ISIS forces were racing across open desert towards Fallujah, Iraq as America’s Commander in Chief at the time, President Barack Obama sat idly by. Forces that just a few days later he would tell writer David…

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Alabama’s “Akin” is sign of a bigger problem

December 17, 2017
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For all the celebration over Doug Jones being the first Democrat elected to the United States Senate from deep red Alabama in over two decades, there’s a story behind the story that reveals a deeper problem in the American body politic. While it was decades old allegations of sexual misconduct that got the headlines, Roy…

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From Pearl to Pyongyang, failures abound

December 3, 2017
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Four days from today the public will gather, the band will assemble and the rifles will crack.  From the official press release:  “The ceremony will begin at 7:50 a.m. ………A moment of silence will be observed at 7:55 a.m., the exact moment the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor began. A missing man flyover conducted by…

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