Trump’s Tariff Is A Stupid Idea

The thing with writing about President Donald Trump is that he will most likely change his mind before the story comes to print. Such is the case with Trump’s latest Continue Reading →

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Make A Difference When Remembering 9/11

What new can I add to the reflections of Sept. 11, 2001, that have not already been said? As the passage of time further separates us from the horrific events Continue Reading →

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‘Gun Control’ Conversation A Losing One

The conversation facing our country on “gun control” is a losing one. It is a losing one because both sides are deeply entrenched in their beliefs, often closed off to Continue Reading →

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Will we be sheep, or fight radical Islam?

“…the battle for American freedom was begun by the thousands of farmers and tradesmen who made up the Minute Men, citizens who were ready to defend their liberty at a Continue Reading →

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What Next After Paris?

To state the international, political landscape drastically changed in one week would be a gross understatement. The attacks in Paris, France, on Nov. 13 should not have been a shock Continue Reading →

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The Economy, It’s All Greek To Me

  The Economy, It’s All Greek To Me “The curious task of economics is to demonstrate to men how little they really know about what they imagine they can design.” Continue Reading →

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Je Suis Charlie? Not really

This past week the world witnessed a massacre at the office of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Islamic terrorists slaughtered 12 people, claiming to avenge the Prophet Mohamed. The Continue Reading →

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Free Cuba Is Freedom For Its People

For my entire life Cuba has been our enemy. Although Cuba is only 90 miles from our shores, it might as well have been in another galaxy. I was born Continue Reading →

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America At War? Not really

America has not declared war on an enemy since 1942. That is not to say we have not gone to war since then, we clearly have. Korea, Vietnam, Gulf War Continue Reading →

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Foley’s Death Cannot Be In Vain

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.—” Edmund Burke In a quaint Bavarian village in Germany, there stands a wall with a Continue Reading →

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