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Compare Gorsuch to Kavanaugh

To those who claim that Liberals have somehow orchestrated these character attacks on Kavanaugh, let me remind you that Neil McGill Gorsuch, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (nominated by President Donald Trump to succeed Antonin Scalia), had no such attacks. Surely there is a more suitable candidate available. Wake up. #KavaNO   Julie Swetnick, […]

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Political Opportunists

Two school shootings in Kentucky in two days. After the massacre in Las Vegas, Kentucky’s Governor, Matt Bevin, posted on Twitter, labeling those concerned about strengthening and enforcing our gun laws as “political opportunists.” Today, Gov. Bevin and the state of Kentucky are dealing with back to back school shootings that occurred Monday and Tuesday. […]

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Wall Street Wins Again

Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote Tuesday night to repeal a rule that made it easier for Americans to sue their banks and credit card companies.  Senators passed the measure by a vote of 51-50, handing Wall Street its first major win since President Donald Trump took office in January.       […]

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Sessions Has Questionable Opinions

As reported by Patheos.com in January of 2017, Attorney General Jeff Sessions believes that “separation of church and state” is unconstitutional. Furthermore, he believes it is a recent doctrine. It’s kind of funny, just looking at Sessions you (or I) come away with the feeling that he is probably harmless… but we all know looks […]

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Kushner Blames Assistant

Scapegoating in the White House is apparently contagious. New headline: Kushner blames his assistant for hitting the “send” button too soon. Hmm. There’s a problem or two with that scenario. Kushner’s comment makes no sense – at all – because… 1) you would not be filling out a form via email, therefore no “send” button. […]

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The Disrespect of Senator Kamala Harris

The disrespect of Senator Kamala Harris during hearings in recent days reminds us that we are not as civilized a society as some would like to believe. This type of disrespect, especially to someone with such an impressive background, simply wreaks of prejudice and entitlement. If that were not the case, then you would see […]

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How the Rich and Famous are Voting

This election year has been one of the most interesting, and most controversial election years of my life. The politicians and their supporters are confused, angry, and sometimes downright ignorant. The lies and accusations are tossed around easier than a salad. This political circus has served to inspire many questions for me, not all of […]

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I Began My Voting Life as a Republican

Are you a Democrat? An Independent? A Republican? Have you ever changed your party affiliation? More often than not, people become affiliated with a political party based on their heritage (in my experience). It’s a family tradition. Even suggesting that someone vote differently than their parents can start an argument. (Now I was born and […]

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Hugs – Campaign 2016

As I watch our presidential candidates eagerly campaigning for primary votes, I listen for their words of love as well as their words of wisdom, leadership and strength.  I look for signs of love for their fellow country men and women. I keep my eyes open to see which of them actually hugs people with […]

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Feelthebern

I watched the debate last night and today heard some good news. More than 10 million viewers tuned in to watch the Democratic Debate last night and it was a substantial debate. So many of us are refreshed as we #feelthebern and many democrats and independents are desperately hoping that Bernie Sanders can pull out […]

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Thou Shalt Not Make Broad Generalizations

Earlier this week, Ari Fleisher was on Anderson Cooper’s show on CNN. It was a fairly interesting exchange regarding current politics, but one of his comments has stuck with me so I decided to vent about it here. By no means is he the only person that has made broad generalization statements that mislead the […]

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Police REFUSE to arrest occupy protesters

On Sunday, October 23, 2011, the law enforcement officers of Albany, New York, made a startling decision to IGNORE the requests of their mayor and governor. Finally, sanity prevails. With protesters acting peacefully, local and state police agreed that low level arrests could cause a riot, so they decided instead to defy Cuomo and Jennings. […]