Category Archives: national politics

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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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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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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Will We learn From Past Mistakes?

This November voters are faced with momentous decisions.  We are nearing what could be the most important, vital Presidential election that Americans have faced in many decades. Will the voters continue to base far-reaching political consequences on mainly emotional urges rather than factual … Continue reading

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Top Executive Position Open; Leadership Qualification a Must

It is a great shame that we have yet to identify any truly top notch applicants from the resumes offered and that includes the group as a whole. What?  Oh yes, we have numerous submissions, but to this date there is not … Continue reading

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Unveiled

I would like to hope that there are many people other than myself who have struggled over the past six years to comprehend the enigma that is Barack Obama; in particular to make sense over his many actions that appear at … Continue reading

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Election Reflections

All alliteration aside …….. I am particularly pleased with election results here in my home state of Maine where not only was a Republican Governor who was constantly under attack by the Democrats and all manner of special interests convincingly … Continue reading

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At This Point What Difference Does It Make?

Those infamous words uttered by Hillary Clinton in January, 2013 will forever live to illustrate the failures of the last five years-plus of rule under Democratic “leadership”.  The murder of an American Ambassador and three members of his staff in … Continue reading

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One By One

According to a Pew Research Center survey conducted March 21-April 8, 2013 “Americans continue to hold the military in high regard, with more than three-quarters of U.S. adults (78%) saying that members of the armed services contribute “a lot” to society’s well-being”. … Continue reading

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Superbust

The Monday morning after the Superbowl is likely not the best time to be structuring a post – particularly when fulminating over what has to be rated as the worst Superbowl ever. Not to take away anything from the Seattle … Continue reading

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