Cruz, Adams and Beck

Cruz looked to the historic ramifications of this election. He could be principled and not endorse Trump. He could be pragmatic and support Trump as the better of the two choices for America. In the end, Cruz chose pragmatism because he realized that principles did not matter if you lose the nation.

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in Government, Politics.

It’s Time To Profile

Single, lonely lone wolf muslim terrorist seeks other muslim lone wolf terrorists for murder, mayhem and jihad. Must believe that all Westerners are the devil and must die. Prefer someone who has already killed Christians and Jews.

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in Politics, World Events.

Remembering 911

After months of sifting through rubble, workers found part of the face of a murdered fireman. His fourteen year old son was quoted in the paper saying “Now I can bury my father.”

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in Patriotism, World Events.

Pay For Play the Obama Way

What would the Clinton Foundation be worth if Hillary loses this election? Their value to donors now is in the likelihood that Hillary will be the president and that is exponentially more value than her value was as Secretary of State. But, if she loses…well, what influence and information can they peddle as a defeated candidate?

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in Politics.

A Tale of Two Candidates: Trump

In the last post, we listed Hillary Clinton’s campaign promises that she made in her nomination acceptance speech. Here is what Donald Trump promised America when he accepted the Republican Party’s nomination.

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in Politics.

A Tale of Two Candidates: Clinton

Probably 90 percent of what you hear from a presidential candidate during election season is hype or just plain BS. Somewhere, however, in the rhetoric, is what the candidate says he or she is going to do, if you elect him or her.

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in Politics.