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Kaine Sows New Doubts about the Democrats

October’s vice-presidential debate between Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence showed the respective weaknesses and strengths of both candidates to American viewers, many of whom did not know either of them to begin with (surveys noted that up to 40 percent of all Americans were completely unfamiliar with both Pence and Kaine). The debate … Continue reading “Kaine Sows New Doubts about the Democrats”

Realists Solve Problems While Ideologues Spin Their Wheels

At the penalty of evoking the cliché about the glass that’s either half full, or half empty- depending on how you look at it- we took the time to ask a question that too few ask: what about just looking at the contents of the glass straight on and noting exactly how full it is … Continue reading “Realists Solve Problems While Ideologues Spin Their Wheels”

Bill’s Past Continues to Hurt Hillary

Word that Bill Clinton fathered an illegitimate son while governor of Arkansas has resurfaced a month before the general election. Is this the bombshell that will bring Hillary down and strengthen Donald Trump’s chances of winning the election? A Brief History of October Surprises There is a long history of last minute revelations in U.S. … Continue reading “Bill’s Past Continues to Hurt Hillary”

The Bill Clinton Flip Flop

It appears that President Obama’s signature legislation of his administration, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), otherwise known as Obamacare, isn’t working. For four years now, experts have pointed to the fact that not enough people have signed up for the program, that there aren’t enough insurance options in many areas and that of the 23 … Continue reading “The Bill Clinton Flip Flop”

Do Polls Really Matter?

With a week or so to go before the next Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the question arises – “Do the polls really matter at this point?” The short answer to that is Yes and No. Much has changed about polling itself that makes one wonder if the entire system doesn’t need … Continue reading “Do Polls Really Matter?”

Election Fraud: Can It Happen?

As the all-important Election Day of 2016 draws closer, one issue is spiking in the minds of many voters: the possibility of election fraud. It’s been raised as an issue before, particularly in the elections of 2000 and 2004, when George W. Bush squeaked out controversial victories in the Electoral College, the first one having … Continue reading “Election Fraud: Can It Happen?”

Dell Computer Company: An American Tale of Betrayal

In what sounds almost too unreal to be true, Dell Technologies (formerly known as simply Dell) is in the process of laying off 3,000 American workers, but wants to hire more than 5,000 workers from India and other countries who would come to the U.S. on H1-B visas to work for them. Of course, the … Continue reading “Dell Computer Company: An American Tale of Betrayal”

Who’s to Blame for Rise of ISIS?

There have been a number of military whistleblowers, researchers, and other insiders who have told us the Obama Administration, including the direct efforts of then Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, are directly responsible for the existence of the terrorist organization known as ISIS. Not the least well known of these is Ken O’Keefe, a former … Continue reading “Who’s to Blame for Rise of ISIS?”

Liberal Immigration Policy Favors Illegals over Citizens

Most (legal) American citizens are unaware of this, but when illegal aliens crossing the border are “unaccompanied minors” and caught by the Border Patrol, they are not sent back to the country they came from. Rather, they are placed in a home and designated a sponsor in our country. It’s injury upon insult, as so … Continue reading “Liberal Immigration Policy Favors Illegals over Citizens”

Why Trump Can Succeed as President Where Elites Fail

Donald J. Trump is a bit of a wild card as presidential candidates go. He is a wildly successful international real estate tycoon with properties around the world and a number of famous buildings in New York City- not the least of which is the glittering Trump Tower. He has also had a conspicuous career … Continue reading “Why Trump Can Succeed as President Where Elites Fail”


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