Category Archives: Progressives

Thank You, Bernie!


Bernie Sanders, the octogenarian Senator from chilly Vermont, is once again rocking the political world. Of course I mean that in a good way, at least if you’re a Republican who is worried about the 2018 and 2020 elections.  Sanders … Continue reading

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Look at All Those Empty Chairs…


Now that Inauguration Day is upon us, what should President-elect Donald Trump do or say in  response to the nonsense exhibited by Congressman John Lewis (and other Democrats) who feel they just can’t sit and listen to our next president … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Silvio Canto


It’s been a while since Silvio Canto and I got together for a conversation on his radio program from Dallas, and we corrected that lapse last night. Here is an audio of that show, which lasts about a half an … Continue reading

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Do Laws Only Apply to Conservatives?


The recent nonsense regarding some of the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes being unwilling to perform at the Trump inauguration leads to the potential for many parallel examples but with wildly different reactions. For example, a waiter or waitress might … Continue reading

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I’ll Bet You Thought That You were just a Regular Guy


I ran across something that made me wonder just how many others have realized the same things and felt the same way.  I’d love to tell you that I was just incredibly brilliant and came up with this list on … Continue reading

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Dealing with the United Nations


Published 12/27/2016 at Canada Free Press The current imbroglio at the United Nations triggered by the abstention of the United States government during the Security Council vote on a measure which condemned the government of Israel over the building of … Continue reading

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An Interesting Commonality of Choice


I’ll admit to being perhaps a little slower of thought than I’d been when I was much younger, but even for me this thought crossed my mind about a week too late. The shock to the left from the election … Continue reading

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What Did He Just Say?


For seven years, or perhaps a bit more, we’ve listened to Barack Hussein Obama say things to us as a nation where the vast majority of people went “What did he just say?” Now I can even accept that, in … Continue reading

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Tell Me That You Love Me


Every person who enters into a relationship with another human being always wants to hear their potential partner say the words “I love you” in some form or other.  All of us do, and sadly we succumb to the temptation … Continue reading

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Freedom of Speech Doesn’t Mean “Free” Speech


The phrases “free speech” and “freedom of speech” are being used over and over as if they were interchangeable.  Yet they mean utterly different things. The actual phrase “freedom of speech” is used in the First Amendment of the Constitution. … Continue reading

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