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It’s the readers stupid

March 21, 2021
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It was a sign of the times so to speak.  A picture in my Twitter feed showing workers removing the lettering from the Kansas City Star building that is now up for sale. The caption was poignant:  Workers removing the lettering from the @KCStar building that’s for sale.  Heartbreaking to see such a local...

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Project Lincoln’s demise long overdue

February 21, 2021
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After watching President Biden unilaterally yank jobs out from under thousands of American families, open again our southern border to thousands more to flood a job market still reeling from the worst pandemic in a century, and shun Israel while finding time for Russia and China I was in desperate need of some good...

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Mr. Biden’s unity unicorn

February 14, 2021
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The word “unity” has gotten quite the attention of late.  Whether it was candidate and now President Biden repeating it to anyone who would listen, or the thousands of times it’s made its way into newsprint and cable news scripts it is now fast tracked for the Plain English Foundation’s “Worst Words of the...

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So much for “unity”

February 7, 2021
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A Verizon flashback last weekend had me reading cable news chyrons from January 2020: “Bloomberg tax plan would raise the corporate tax rate from 21% to 28%”, “2020 Dems make closing arguments to voters in Iowa”. Talk about a year feeling like a lifetime ago. The American economy was hitting on all cylinders.  Real...

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Words alone will not unite

January 24, 2021
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Contrary to what our national media had been screeching for days was in imminent danger, Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. took the oath of office January 20th, 2021 and the traditional inaugural speech was given. The Constitution held as designed, but whether America as founded still has a future is as questionable today as it...

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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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