Posts Tagged ‘ Biden ’

Reader exchange offers new hope

January 8, 2022
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Last Friday’s paper was barely off the presses when into my inbox came: “You did a great job of bashing the Democrats today, how about doing the same for the Republicans? Both parties have plenty to atone for. I am really weary of partisan reporters and editorialists who have single vision.” I’ll be honest,...

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For 2022, we need to make a better history

January 1, 2022
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Paraphrasing a recent meme that arrived in my inbox: “2021 is ending and although we have our differences, I think we can all agree on one thing…What the H-e-double L was that?” We started the year with a riot at the U.S. Capitol.  A riot that has some still promoting a narrative that a...

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Ice cream and cake while you lie awake.

October 16, 2021
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Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.  – Kamala Devi Harris  – Susan Elizabeth Rice  – Jacob Jeremiah Sullivan  – Peter Paul Montgomery Buttigieg – Alejandro Nicholas Mayorkas  – Antony John Blinken  – Janet Louise Yellen. Eight names, from the President on down, each an integral piece of the administration. Each steeped with their own accomplishments, papers,...

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It’s Biden’s choice

September 25, 2021
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The daily quote on Monday’s 9/13 op/ed page read: ‘The enemy is within the gates; it is with our own luxury, our own folly, our own criminality that we have to contend.’  Marcus Tullius Cicero Is there any doubt, that no matter what the Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez’s spout, the American people...

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Biden’s parallel universe

September 4, 2021
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It was beyond surreal.  Listening to the President of the United States address the American people on his withdrawal from Afghanistan I swore I had been transported to a parallel universe. What had started months before with his proclamation that he was ordering the withdrawal of all  U.S. troops from Afghanistan by September 11,...

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Biden’s Taliban tango a disgrace for the ages

August 28, 2021
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With still unknown thousands of American citizens and Afghan allies stranded behind enemy lines Tuesday, the western world waited to hear if President Joe Biden would stand with them or if he would bow to a Taliban-dictated Aug. 31 deadline. The appearance had been postponed for hours. Rumors were flying about just what Biden...

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