Monday, November 12, 2018

Veteran's Day: What We've Learned In 100 Years

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One hundred years ago yesterday, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, an armistice went into effect that ended 4 years of bloody fighting, and more than a few military miscalculations.

It was the "War to end all Wars."

What we've learned in 100 years.

Some thoughts from James "Jim" Pinkerton who served on the White House staff of President Reagan, Victor Davis Hanson, a leading expert and historian on warfare and contemporary politics, and from my grandmother, who was the mother of two veterans.

Be informed.

Friday, November 09, 2018

Democrats: "Impeach Kavanaugh"--"Take To Streets Over Sessions' Firing"

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Often said, and always true: Elections have consequences.

Top Democrat Jerry Nadler, who will now become Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, was overheard Wednesday discussing plan to impeach newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Across town, a former spokesman for the Justice Department, now with NBC, was on the air, calling for people to "take to the streets" over the firing of A/G Jeff Sessions, and the appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting A/G.

Here they come. Be informed.

Thursday, November 08, 2018

The Tale of Chuck and Patty

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The predicted "blue wave" was at best, a "ripple."

Every secular progressive media darling lost Tuesday.

Beto O'Rourke who was "destined" to beat Sen. Ted Cruz, (R-Tx.) then move on to run for president in 2020, went down in flames.

Yes, the Dems won the House, but the Republicans increased their majority in the Senate.

Now head democrats in the Senate, Sen. Chuck Schumer (NY) and Patty Murray (WA.) are, along with others, trying to sort-of delegitimize the Senate by pretending the so-called "Senate Popular Vote" is a legitimate option.

Be informed.

Wednesday, November 07, 2018

The Contest in the Divided States of America

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Yesterday, a contest was held for the soul of America. The mid-term election was a referendum on whether or not America should remain as a Constitutional Republic---or move toward becoming a European type socialist nation.

There was no blue wave. There was no red wave.

America remains deeply divided politically, because we are divided spiritually.

It is written that "Man cannot serve two masters..."

Some thoughts about yesterday's election.

Tuesday, November 06, 2018

Obama's Election Day Message: "Don't Be Charlie Brown"

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Most everyone knows that "everything is on the line" in today's election.

The strongest political voices have been featured.

President Trump has taken his message to more than a hundred rallies, speaking to hundreds of thousands of citizens.

Although former President Barack Obama has experienced smaller crowds, he too has taken his message to America.

His final message before election day seemed odd and unhinged.

A closer look is revealing.

Be informed.