Posts Tagged ‘ Trump ’

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”...

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America’s institutions corrupted long before Trump

October 23, 2016
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America’s institutions corrupted long before Trump

From the moment the words rolled off his lips, I knew as sure as the dawn would come, that Donald Trump had just set the next day’s lede for every MSM newspaper and network morning show in the country.  His “I’m not looking at anything now, I’ll look at it at the time.” answer...

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Trump v Clinton: An alternative editorial

October 9, 2016
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Trump v Clinton:  An alternative editorial

Publisher’s Note:  Early this morning I read an editorial of my hometown newspaper (and one that publishes my Sunday column) the Joplin Globe endorsing Hillary Clinton for President. The first four paragraphs in italics are from the Hillary endorsement editorial. The remainder are my words from a Constitutional conservative “there are far bigger things...

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Trump constrained or Clinton unleashed? Trump is the safer, constitutional choice.

August 21, 2016
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Trump constrained or Clinton unleashed?  Trump is the safer, constitutional choice.

The goal of a headline is to grab the reader’s attention. And while I realize I’ve got more than a couple of apologies to make for the coffee that just got spewed upon papers and computer screens everywhere, I also now have your attention and I repeat: Donald Trump is the safe choice this...

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Of Donald Trump and Obama “Double-Think”

August 7, 2016
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Of Donald Trump and Obama “Double-Think”

“Doublethink means the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them.” George Orwell President Obama has shown himself to be a chronic sufferer of the malady but the acute attack he had this past Tuesday during what was supposed to be a joint press conference with the...

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Dear Iowa, blow it up, please blow it up

January 31, 2016
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Dear Iowa, blow it up, please blow it up

If you’re not a political junkie, you are hereby forgiven for not knowing that the event officially kicking off the 2016 Presidential election cycle tomorrow night isn’t even middle aged.While Iowans have been spending their winters talking politics for most of their history, it’s only been since 1976 when a little known peanut farmer...

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