‘Keep Politics Out of Policing’

On July 4, 2020, Toledo police officer Anthony Dia was shot and killed in the line of duty. During Dia’s final radio broadcast he asked the dispatcher to “tell my Continue Reading →

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‘Tokenism’? Democrats Slight First African-American Candidate For NH Ed Board

For those of you who may not be aware, the first-ever African-American candidate for the New Hampshire State Board of Education, Ryan Terrell, was rejected by the state Executive Council Continue Reading →

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Shame On Those Doing The Shaming

“You should socially shame them, so they fall in line.” – Providence, Rhode Island, Mayor Jorge Elorza Like many of you I have found myself embroiled in numerous discussions regarding Continue Reading →

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The Tiger King and Coronavirus

We can say without equivocation that we are the “Tiger King” Nation. I can’t think of anything more appropriate than the fact the top trending TV show in America right Continue Reading →

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The Media, Democrats and Don Quixote

For the past two years the mainstream media and leadership of the Democratic Party told us President Donald Trump colluded with the Russian government to “steal” the 2016 election. In Continue Reading →

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Goal for 2020 is Abundantly Confusing

Someone recently asked me if I knew the difference between socialism and democratic-socialism. I quickly replied one has more letters. They did not appreciate what they believed was sarcasm. Although Continue Reading →

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Reality TV Takes Over D.C.

The greatest reality TV on the air right now is “The Real Nincompoops of D.C.,” also known as our federal government. Sometimes we find ourselves in a place where there Continue Reading →

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No Right to be Offended

Up until this point I have tried to obey a series of self-imposed rules when writing this column. One was that I would not criticize or (overly) praise a fellow Continue Reading →

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Robert Mueller, an American Hero, Deserves Our Trust

In 1770, Founding Father and a future President of the US John Adams stood in a Boston courtroom, and for a brief period in time he was one of the Continue Reading →

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Standing Firm Outside the Public Mob

For those of you that follow me on social media, you know I post on a variety of things, but mostly I write and post on government affairs. Sarcasm and Continue Reading →

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