Author Archives: petercutler63

Why Unity?

It took time for America to become a nation, lots of time.  Simply discovering and refining its geographical status while staving off foreign intervention turned out to be a project that required hardiness and valor, plus vigilance and perseverance along … Continue reading

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Recovery and Rebuilding

For decades now we have watched the industrial might that distinguished our nation slowly erode as both companies and consumers succumbed to the siren song of lower prices supported through cheap overseas factory labor.  The mighty industrial empire constructed during … Continue reading

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Get. To. Work.

As the American public adjusts (in varying degrees) to life under the threat of the dreaded corona virus the legislative branch of our government reacts in typical fashion. Our federal government was saddled early on with the reasonably clear duty … Continue reading

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Where Are the Heroes?

“Hero” “A man noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed his life”: from The American Heritage Dictionary.  Today the description should be modified by replacing “man” with “person” and “his” with … Continue reading

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Rebellion

America is working on solving one of the greatest political riddles in modern times – how to define the allure engendered by a crotchety, 78 year old Socialist with a history of recent heart problems and a unremarkable (if lengthy) … Continue reading

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Reaching out

For a number of reasons I have not done much over the past couple of years to keep this blog alive. Life, of course, provides an occasional epiphany that will motivate the most neglectful sluggard. In June of 2019 I … Continue reading

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In Memorium: George H.W. Bush

This was a special man. He showed courage throughout his lifetime along with honesty, integrity, dedication, grace, competence, compassion, charity, friendliness and a love of life that he was quick to share with others.  He was fortunate to find in … Continue reading

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The Winds They Are A-Blowin’

Had I not watched some live coverage from FOX News of President Trump’s recent overseas trip I would have known little about it since the continuing barrage of hysterical attacks insisting the President has proved to be a traitor to America by … Continue reading

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Sure could use a little good news ………

Brings to mind the song sung by Anne Murray some years back. “I rolled out this morning.  Kids had the mornin’ news show on”; “There’s a local paper rolled up in a rubber band.  One more sad story’s one more … Continue reading

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Mea Culpa

I am indeed guilty of a lack of faith by questioning now-President Donald J. Trump’s potential to defeat not only Hillary Clinton in her egomaniacal quest for the White House but also the vast majority of the mainstream media, the “Washington Establishment” … Continue reading

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