Trump on a roll after just two days

YOU MAY RECALL that I told you in my Nov. 4, 2016 post, “As election day nears,” that word leaking out among union people revealed that, while Hillary Clinton campaign signs adorned the walls of union halls, many were privately planning to vote for Donald Trump. With wins in the highly union states of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin, one can assume that was true. Continue reading

Brace yourselves … The Trump Era begins

When Donald J. Trump descended on the escalator in New York’s Trump Tower on June 15, 2015 to announce his candidacy for president of the United States, few people, in their wildest dreams, thought they would see him taking the oath of office today, but today The Trump Era officially begins. Continue reading

An idea worth considering

By now most of us have committed to memory President Elect Donald Trump’s campaign pledges to help rebuild inner cities, to drain the swamp and restore confidence in our government as part of effort to make American great again. You may not have heard, however, that an idea has surfaced to help him achieve all three of those pledges. Continue reading

If you haven’t already voted

“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

Fear survey ominous for Hillary

“Corrupt government officials” is the number one fear of Americans surveyed in Chapman University’s latest fears survey*, with 60.6 per cent reporting to be afraid or very afraid as reported by USA Today on-line. Certainly not a good sign for Hillary Clinton’s campaign, with all of the corruption around her years in government. Continue reading

Hillary mocks Trump’s view of the plight of blacks

“Dwayne Wade’s cousin shot dead while pushing her baby in stroller on South Side.”– Chicago Tribune, Aug. 27, 2016

There stood Hillary Clinton, speaking before a predominantly white audience in Reno, Nev. this week, scoffing at Donald Trump’s comment that “you walk down the street and get shot, and mocking his description of black communities  in insulting terms – “poverty, horrible education, no housing, no homes, no ownership, high crime levels.”  Two days later the above headline appeared in the Chicago Tribune. Continue reading

Student debt creates ripple effect

A friend recently commented how the Democrats are so free with our money when it comes to their claim that America’s children have a right to free college, while imposing costly regulations on business, that must in turn reduce the number of new hires, leaving graduating students with no job prospects. Continue reading