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Hillary’s Health Scare

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  The mainstream media speculated about Ronald Reagan’s mental fitness, Dick Cheney’s heart, and whether John McCain could have a cancer relapse, but reporters seem to be giving a free pass to major health issues surrounding Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. Clinton has a history of potentially serious blood clots — and is currently taking one of the most unpredictable prescription ...

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The GOP Field: What lineup makes sense?

MILWAUKEE, WI - NOVEMBER 10:  Presidential candidates Ohio Governor John Kasich (L-R), Jeb Bush, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Carly Fiorina take the stage in the Republican Presidential Debate sponsored by Fox Business and the Wall Street Journal at the Milwaukee Theatre November 10, 2015 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The fourth Republican debate is held in two parts, one main debate for the top eight candidates, and another for four other candidates lower in the current polls.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Each person in the field of 2016 GOP presidential candidates is highly respected in his/her own right. However, it is time to assess each person’s strengths and weaknesses in order to ensure that we have the most competitive candidate in place for the general election and the strongest administration possible if the GOP wins the White House. To begin with, ...

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Did Black Slaves Ever Smile?


Here we go again, another non-issue causes havoc. In a story from the New York Post, it seems a children’s picture book “A Birthday Cake for George Washington” was released Jan. 5 and had been strongly criticized for its upbeat images and story of Washington’s cook, the slave Hercules and his daughter, Delia. Its withdrawal was announced Sunday. What’s next? ...

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Hail to the Chief?


Unfortunately, I couldn’t listen to the State of the Union speech live because my national radio show (self-plug there) started when he did. I did, however, go back and listen several times (I couldn’t believe what I was hearing) and found very little truth or fact in his speech. At times, it even sounded like he was running for office ...

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Martin Luther King and his Far-Reaching Impact


Some people take umbrage at the fact that Martin Luther King, Jr. has a holiday dedicated to his remembrance, while none of our founders, or even presidents, do. I am not among them. In many ways, MLK epitomizes the founding principles the nation was based on, for they, along with his theological convictions, comprised his core belief system. As we ...

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Obama Thinks He Has A Legacy? What Legacy?


Barack Obama’s slavish followers and apologists claim he is creating a legacy for himself with Obamacare and the Iranian nuclear agreement, but those misguided things are as much a legacy for Obama as Neville Chamberlain’s “peace in our time” agreement with Adolph Hitler was a legacy to Mr. Chamberlain’s memory, but instead of providing a favorable memory for Mr. Chamberlain, ...

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America’s Bully Pulpit Is Now Occupied By A Real Bully


The very same president who said that he could not unilaterally make laws without legislative approval, and then, on his own, went ahead and did it anyway, now promises in his final year to further and more radically “fundamentally transform America” in ways that will stagger the imagination of the citizens of the United States. One would make a grave ...

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Lack of Objectivity in Debate Coverage Threatens Validity in Elections

It is “trendy” in contemporary journalist ethics to eschew objectivity as an unattainable ideal, a damper on journalists. In a way, this is rational. The veneer of objectivity goes a long way towards exerting a subversive version of Truthful reporting which, when examined, carefully picks and chooses which facts it promotes, which stories and covers and, by exclusion which is ...

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The Sixth Republican Debate 1/2016

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On Thursday night January 14th the sixth republican debate was held in North Charleston South Carolina and what a lively and fun debate it was. Hosted by FOX Business anchors Maria Bartilomo and Neil Cavuto, who did an outstanding job, the candidates answered questions dealing with the economy, internal politics,taxes and world events. Many times sharp barbs were thrown at ...

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Obama’s Final State of the Union Address

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    “It’s only words and words are all he has to take our hearts away”——— (With apologies to the Bee Gees.) I’ve always said to understand Obama listen to what he says and then think the opposite. Tuesday night’s State of the Union Speech was no different, very emotional like he always does and full of lie after lie. ...

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Google Designs the Self–Absorbed Car for the Self–Absorbed Man

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To give you an idea of how far the nation’s confidence has retreated from the exuberance of the 60’s — I promise this isn’t an endorsement of Donald Trump — just look at current automotive culture. Government Motors designs flimsy boxes to conform to arbitrary fuel efficiency standards. Electric cars, which the government wants a select few to drive while ...

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POTUS Was Untruthful During SOTU Address Last Night

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One hates to dwell too long an anything a veteran liar like Obama says, but his basic message last night in his State of the Union Address was “be nice and do what I tell you to do”.  The message was delivered in his usual staccato, bursty manner with his hands lightly striking the podium to emphasize each brief, and ...

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What could go wrong: Folk singer hopes to personally serenade ISIS into non-violence

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Just when you thought you’d heard every possible solution to President Obama’s giant mess in the middle-east, someone does something more incredible. I’m a religious guy, but thinking that millions of radical, militant, Islamist fighters will succumb to a dude with a guitar is pushing my faith to the limit. James Twyman, of Portland, Ore., told he feels a ...

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Eagle-I willl not sit Eagle

  The church is God’s army in the United States of America and 2016 is the year for the church to take a strong stand for Jesus, morality, and liberty. As I wrote in my last article  ONLY SPIRITUAL REVIVAL IN CHRIST CAN SAVE AMERICA, too many people who call themselves Christians, and even some denominations, have turned their backs ...

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Hollywood Leading Man Leads Federales To El Chapo


So we learn that Sean Penn, probably the biggest big-shot and big mouth in Hollywood, led the Mexican Federales to El Chapo, who then captured and jailed the long-sought drug lord. I hope Mr. Chapo’s gang members reward Mr. Penn accordingly for getting involved where he doesn’t belong. Mr. Penn may learn that real life is somewhat meaner than Hollywood ...

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