Posts Tagged ‘ Trump ’

Virginia’s second tier is top notch

November 6, 2021
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Terry McAuliffe had it all. Born into a Democrat family he had it in his blood.  So blue was his blood that at the age of 22 he was the national finance director for then President Jimmy Carter’s re-election campaign. When Carter lost, he got a law degree from Georgetown and proceeded to make...

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Biden’s betrayal unforgivable

August 21, 2021
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It was the most gut-wrenching day since the 9/11 terrorist attacks.  There’s been a lot of  cringe worthy Biden moments these past seven months, but watching the collapse of Kabul, Afghanistan last Sunday went beyond even my worst fears of what this administration was capable of. Knowing the full history of the man, I...

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Manchin vs the Mob

June 12, 2021
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Robert Miller, Billings, MT – Harold Zuckerman, East Hampton, NY – Barbara Baird, Rayland, OH – Matthew Lefluer, Albert, VT – Bruce Gasber, Summerfield, FL – Carol Hart, Napa CA – Kent Johnstone, Katy Times Reader – Leslie Darga, Edgewater MD – John Gacnik, Glenwood Springs, CO – Ronald Russo, Willoughby, OH, -George Rubertt,...

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Trump v Patton and the Biden disaster

June 5, 2021
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There’s a scene in the movie Patton where Karl Malden playing Omar Bradley informs General George Patton (George C. Scott) that Third Army supplies are being diverted to British forces in the north to destroy German V-2 rocket sites targeting London. Patton suspects his war time rival, British general Bernard Montgomery, who he’d always...

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Wrong Way Joe and His Flight Plan to Chaos

April 3, 2021
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On July 18, 1938 a nine-year old Curtiss Robin landed at Baldonnel Aerodrome, County Dublin, Ireland.  The pilot emerged from his plane and is reported as saying “Just got in from New York, Where am I?” His birth name was Clyde Groce Corrigan.  Later changed to Douglas and after his arrival in Ireland known...

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Vengeance comes to the Capitol

January 17, 2021
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Take a deep breath, count to ten, never make a decision out of anger, calmer heads must prevail.  There’s a reason those phrases are so well known.  They’re true.  And if we listen to them, we avoid making mistakes today, we’ll regret later. On Wednesday, the United States House of Representatives was filled with...

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