These brief comments on the news are must reading for those too busy to follow the news of the day. Continue reading
Here are some of the top news items of the day along with my commentary. Continue reading
In yesterday’s post, I commented on some things in the news that I wanted to be sure you were informed about. Following are a number of other items that deserve your attention; all too many to cover in depth with separate posts. Continue reading
There’s been a whirlwind of post-election news, primarily surrounding the transition of President Elect Donald Trump and his appointments, so I thought I would touch on some things you may have missed because, frankly, I think most of you have tuned-out since Nov. 8. I agree, the campaign was too long. Continue reading
“I think this is going to be the most important election our country has ever had. Certainly in the modern era. If we don’t get it right … if we go another four or eight years with the insanity and the stupidity of these leaders (Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton), I’m not sure you’re going to be able to turn it around … I think it could be over. We can’t allow this opportunity to slip away.” – Donald Trump
“This election in many ways will determine what kind of country we will have,” said Hillary Clinton. If she is elected, you will soon not recognize this country of ours. Continue reading
I agree, Donald Trump isn’t an ideal candidate. Far from it. He’s crude and seemingly goes out of his way to impress his base with his brash, I-don’t-give-a-damn-about-political-correctness persona. However, he sent 16 other candidates to the showers with this approach. Continue reading
These are some of the quotes from the news that made my day. Continue reading
Hillary Clinton likes to remind us that as senator she was on the Armed Services Committee and she circled the globe umpteen times as secretary of state and, oh yes, she was in the situation room when Osama bin Laden was taken out.
She believes that “experience” gives her license to criticize Donald Trump’s recent comment that if the Iranians continue to hassle our Navy in international waters they would be “shot out of the water.” Continue reading
No, I’m not looking for those who respect the stars and stripes. I’m looking for those civil servants who work in the State Department, the IRS, DOJ and the FBI, who have evidence of corruption, and possibly have that “smoking gun” e-mail in their possession.
Are their jobs more important than the preservation of our national security, our country, our law and order, and their integrity?
You may remember when I also called upon our high-ranking military officers to take a stand against the administration’s lack of a strategy to defeat ISIS, use of the military to conduct social experimentation, tying the hands of warriors, and its failure to resolve problems in the VA. Is protecting those stars on their shoulders or that next promotion more important?
And what about your patriotism? Are you willing to ignore Hillary Clinton’s lack of judgement, lies and corruption?
If you are, you agree with her dismissing five months of warnings against our compound in Benghazi that led to the death of our ambassador and three other courageous Americans. And you choose to believe her post attack cover-up that included the myth of the video and lying to the families of the deceased.
If you are, you also believe her statements regarding her mishandling of classified e-mails, including the deleting of 30,000 e-mails and physically destroying mobile devices.
And if you are, you believe there’s nothing wrong with the pay to play operation she fostered between the state department and the Clinton Foundation.
I’m not holding my breath that one of those big government bureaucrats is going to step forward and spill the beans, but I still have faith in my fellow Americans to do the right thing and prevent Clinton from doing further damage to our nation.
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Perhaps you’ve noticed how President Obama, Hillary Clinton and the media (of course) are criticizing Donald Trump’s references to Russia and Vladimir Putin; his most recent a suggestion that “wouldn’t it be nice if Russia would help us defeat ISIS.” I thought it was time to refresh your memory on the failed U.S. – Russia relations during the Obama administration. Continue reading