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Establishment Republicans Risk Achieving a Progressive Dream

One of the motivating factors of those who chose to vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 General Election was his promise to affect the repeal of the Affordable Care & Patient Protection Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. American voters knew that should the unconstitutional law remain in effect through 2017 not only would there be no return from its ...

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The Fake Issue of ‘Fake News’

Facebook in planning to launch a mechanism with which they can brand news feed entries as “fake news.” The information behemoth plans to bring in third party “fact-checkers” and enlist the help of Facebook users to flag content for scrutiny. Some of the third party “fact-checking” entities include Snopes, PolitiFact, FactCheck.org, and ABC News. These anointed entities will determine if ...

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Dem Hypocrisy Spotlighted in Criticism of Trump Military Picks

Not too long ago the American people were held captive to the Liberal mantra that because President Obama won the election he should be due his picks for his cabinet and agency heads without reservation. This mantra extended to nominees to the US Supreme Court as well. People like Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer were beside themselves that Senate Republicans ...

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THE PATH OF THE USA AND THE 2016 ELECTIONS

Hillary Clinton, in my estimate, is the most evil person to ever seek the office of President, surpassing the previous worst, Barak Hussein Obama by leaps and bounds. Hillary is a liar, a murderer, and a traitor. I also accuse Hillary of conspiracy to commit murder and treason, with well-founded reasons, I believe. Strong words? Let me explain why I ...

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THE CLAREMORE VETERANS CENTER EXCELS AGAIN

 September 17, 2016 was another exceptional yet typical day at the Claremore Veterans Center. The recreation/activities department put on a wonderful picnic style day for the residents and their family members. The day started off with a fishing tournament at the onsite pond. First prize was $75 with other amounts given for largest and smallest fish. Fishing equipment and bait ...

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Battle Facing American Citizens a Spiritual One

We battle against “principalities and powers” in this day. The battles we face are against satan and his minions, the forces of evil and darkness. These forces intend to destroy as many people as possible, leading them away from Jesus Christ and into an eternity of suffering. There are only two kingdoms, the one of light led by Jesus and ...

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TRUMP BEGINNING TO LOOK MUCH BETTER TO ME

I have been very critical of Donald Trump in the past due to my perceptions of his narcissistic tendencies but with the combination of the fear and hate for him from the ruling class elitist political establishment and their lamestream media lapdogs and his obvious genuine concern for the plight of the Louisiana flood victims I am rapidly changing my ...

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A Manufactured Divide Ends In, ‘I Want to Kill White People’

The racial divide in this country, as it exists today, is completely manufactured. It is manufactured by the political and activist class, and for reasons symbiotic to one another. Politicians need to divide our nation so as to pit demographic against demographic; in order to create political party “battle lines.” This is how they create an “us against them” scenario. ...

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Lack of Civility in Politics and Public Discourse

The biggest casualties of the current election cycle are not the fifteen candidates who have dropped out. The biggest casualties are civility and reason. The dearth of civility displayed by the candidates toward the others has been abysmal, and is exceeded only by that displayed by their faithful adherents to one another. In such a toxic environment, reason seems incapable ...

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And We Sang, ‘We Won’t Get Fooled Again’

There is always an inherent danger in embracing a populist candidate for any office. Inclined to grandiose rhetoric and unfulfillable promises, populist candidates feed off the fears, hopes and frustrations of the general population. Calculating populist politicians can weave rhetoric that touches generally on topics and caters to the room that they are addressing, usually without saying anything that can ...

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Are Establishment Republicans Stupid, Or Do They Just Play Stupid After Being Elected to Office?

A few weeks ago Republicans (who run both houses of Congress, by the way) fully funded Obamacare for another year, and today House Republicans voted to repeal Obamacare in its entirety.  Stated differently, recently Republicans handed Obama the money to fully implement Obamacare (and in the process further destroy healthcare in America), yet today they symbolically voted to repeal Obamacare ...

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The Media’s Delinquency & Manipulation of the Primaries

We are still a little under two months away from the first Presidential Primary. If you are listening to the mainstream media, the GOP nomination is all but sewn-up and the establishment Republican apparatus has agita. What’s got the inside-the-beltway crowd so nervous and frustrated? Well, Donald Trump is up 13.1 points in the RealClearPolitics average of polls that survey ...

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JOHN DUMMETT THE PEOPLE’S CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT IN 2016

We are in the midst of campaigns and debates for the 2016 elections but nothing is being done by any of the candidates, cluding Donald Trump, to do anything to stop the tyranny of the dictator barak obama. Obama does as he wishes, outside the Constitution, but we hear very little more than mild whimpering and see absolutely no action ...

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Remembering Hillary Clinton

In the aftermath of Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi Committee testimony, it is prudent – especially with a generation of voters having no direct memories of Bill Clinton’s presidency – to recall Mrs. Clinton’s time at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Truth be told, when her “public service” is put into context, one has to wonder how anyone could support her for the highest ...

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