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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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I’ve Seen It Before – Twice!


The recent news that has flooded the Internet (although not so much the print or broadcast media) that our progressive/liberal/Democrat colleagues have responded to their disappointment that Hillary didn’t win Tuesday’s election as they usually do. They rioted. In some … Continue reading

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A Stunning Achievment


Published at Canada Free Press on May 7, 2016 While thinking about the unusual primary season for Republicans (how’s that for an understatement?), with the result being Donald Trump becoming the presumptive nominee of the Republican Party. This season has … 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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A Non-Partisan Question for All the Candidates


Democrat or Republican, male or female, older or younger, none of that makes any difference in answering this crucial question. The Constitution of the United States needed only 322 words to define the job of President of the United States. … Continue reading

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The First Place to Cut Spending…Easily


Originally published at Canada Free Press on August 23, 2015 If you’re at all like me, you must have said to yourself hundreds of times in your own life “I just don’t have the time to do everything. I can’t … Continue reading

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How Do You Eat an Elephant?


First off, everybody just calm down. The title does not refer to the Republican Party. It refers to one of those “Why did the chicken cross the road?”, or “Why does a fireman wear red suspenders?” type questions.  Those questions … Continue reading

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Will We See the Downfall of Both Parties?


Published at Canada Free Press on August 18, 2015 Do we have a unique chance at this crossroads in our history, the 2016 presidential elections, to see the destruction, the complete and utter destruction, of both political parties at one … Continue reading

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