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I am a retired former newspaper reporter and retail sales person. I'm a politically conservative easy going person from New Jersey. I am married to a wonderful wife and like talking and writing about movies,, concerts I attend and current events all which I write about here. I would enjoy hearing from anyone on my articles and they can write to me here.

The Twelfth GOP Debate: Civil, Substantive,But Underwhelming

The latest GOP debate was held in the University of Miami in Miami Fla. and in spite of what the pendants said about it being so great I thought it was the most civil of the debates with no mudslinging but underwhelming. Even Donald Trump remarked at one point that he couldn’t believe how civil it was this time. I ...

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The 11th Republican Debate: Moderators or Manipulators?

A few days before the debate Donald Trump   questioned why we have to have so many debates. “Everyone including me knows what is going  to be said,” he  said, “Rubio and Cruz are going to be on either side of me hurling insults, kaisich is going to be straight and calm and Carson is going to question why they aren’t ...

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TheWorld Wide Muslim Invasion

    The U.S. has always been a Christian nation which has always accepted the diversity of other religions Islam being one of them. Slowly, but surely over the years the so called “religion of peace” has been rapidly advancing in this nation and around the world at unprecedented rates. The average reproduction in the U.S. and other Christian nation is ...

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The10th Republican Debate Or Shake Hands And Come Out Fighting!!!

               The tenth Republican debate was held Thursday night in Houston Texas and what a fiery,  contentious debate it was. Hosted by Wolf Blitizer of CNN, Telemundo and Salem Radio the five remaining candidates debated. Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich took the podiums and let the zingers fly and fly they did. The audience ...

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The Strange Death Of Supreme Court Judge Antonin Scalia

The sudden death of supreme court judge Antonin Scalia at a Texas ranch is strange to say the least with many unanswered questions. Scalia was staying at the popular Cibolo Creek ranch for a hunting trip. The ranch is a popular resort for the rich and famous such as actor Tommy Lee Jones and rocker Mick Jagger and political figures ...

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The Ninth Republican Debate (Or Was This Just Another Jerry Springer Show?)

On Saturday night the ninth Republican debate was held at the Peace Center in Greenville South Carolina, but as the title implies it might as well have been a Jerry Springer show with all the barbs and mudslinging going on between the candidates. The stinging attacks and barbs between Donald Trump, Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz became so hostile I ...

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Republicans Debate in New Hampshire

  A very hotly contested and animated debate between the remaining republican candidates was held Saturday night just ahead of Tuesday’s primary in New Hampshire. The debate was moderated by ABC anchors Martha Raddatz and David Muir who I felt were clearly in the democrat pocket. That’s because as a friend of mine recently said, “As you can see, the New ...

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Hillary and Sanders Go One On One In New Hampshire

  Democratic presidential contenders Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders took an increasingly combative tone into their first one-on-one debate on Thursday, cranking up a fight over who is best suited to lead the party’s liberal agenda on the economy and healthcare. With just the two on stage, Clinton and Sanders squared off over their key differences on foreign policy, guns, ...

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New Reality Show: Political Survivor

Anyone who has seen the reality show “Survivor” knows that when the contestants first arrive on the Island they are all together figuring out how to survive, helping each other out, etc. Then they are split into two teams each team outwitting the other until one team has to leave. Then the surviving team starts going against each other until ...

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The Mysterious Deaths Surrounding Bill and Hillary!!!

When Bill Clinton was president I was curious about the amount of circumstantial deaths surrounding him. After all how many people have 46 people die suddenly and prematurely in their orb of associates? Maybe they have two or three on the average, but  46? Those included James McDougal, the “Clintons convicted Whitewater partner [who] died of an apparent heart attack ...

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Republican Debate Without Trump

  The Republican debate went off as scheduled while Donald Trump had his own special program to raise money for the veterans at the same time on CNN. I switched on and off between them to catch both but soon stayed with the debate because I didn’t care for all the CNN pendants commenting on everything whiled the special was ...

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The Islamization of the World

There is much talk about Islam being the religion of peace, but what I have found is anything but a religion of peace. Islam is only peaceful if you are in it. Muhammad was a warlord who founded Islam to keep his conquered foes in line and submissive to him. Muhammad gained few early followers, and met hostility from some Meccan tribes. ...

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Hillary’s Health Scare

  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 Sixth Republican Debate 1/2016

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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