Posts Tagged ‘ Election 2016 ’

Buzz Feed and MSM taking a buzz saw to the truth

January 15, 2017
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Buzz Feed and MSM taking a buzz saw to the truth

For a brief moment following the November election, there appeared throughout the oft referred to “main stream media” a rarity of rarities. In production rooms and editor chairs across the country there was occurring something that the majority of Americans never thought possible, self-reflection. Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., publisher, and Dean Baquet, executive editor of none…

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Obamacare: Noble goal, abject failure

January 8, 2017
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Obamacare:  Noble goal, abject failure

There was no doubt that in the wake of Barack Obama’s sweeping victory in 2008 change would be coming to America.  The best those of us on the losing end of that election could do was to hope that whatever change was coming would be done with the best interest of the nation in mind,…

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Let’s make a better 2017

January 1, 2017
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Let’s make a better 2017

Congratulations America, we did it; we survived 2016. For some of us, the year brought to a screeching halt the dream of continuing President Obama’s transformation of America into a liberal utopia.  The grand plan of federal bureaucrats at the EPA, HHS, DOJ and the rest of the alphabet soup administrative industrial complex reforming America…

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The Rust Belt roars back – American renaissance begins

November 13, 2016
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The Rust Belt roars back – American renaissance begins

Michael Moore, yes, that Michael Moore, called it back in July. While the Republican National Convention was unfolding in front of us, the director of Roger and Me and Fahrenheit warned his liberal base that Donald Trump was going win the 2016 Election. While he basically blamed it on a “dumbed-down” and “easily manipulated” population…

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From Valley Forge forward, your vote is their legacy

November 6, 2016
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From Valley Forge forward, your vote is their legacy

Anyone venturing up the stairs into my inner sanctum (part man cave, part library, part office and all Americana) is greeted by William Trego’s 1883  “March to Valley Forge” painting depicting George Washington on horseback reviewing his tired and battered troops as they pass to Valley Forge and Arnold Friberg’s bicentennial tribute “Prayer at Valley…

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Again the torch is passed

October 30, 2016
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Again the torch is passed

It’s official.  According to recent census data the “millennial” generation (those born between the years 1982 and 1997) has surpassed the elder “Baby Boomers” (1946 to 1964) as the largest living generation in America today.  (75.4 to 74.9 million respectively) As a “boomer” I couldn’t decide whether to congratulate you or send condolences, so I…

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