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How to Determine If You Should Talk About Politics in Public

When candidate Trump first set about the job of redefining politics (and reality) back in 2015, people had lots of predictions about how things would turn out. One year isn’t long enough to know everything we need to know about his presidency, but it’s long enough to to check some of our predictions. As a […]

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California Should Retire the Secure Choice Program Before It Begins

Properly planning, and saving for, one’s retirement is certainly a worthy goal, but, like many other things, it can become corrupted by heavy-handed government meddling. Last year, the Legislature, and Gov. Jerry Brown, enacted Senate Bill 1234, which establishes the California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program, a mandatory automatic retirement savings program administered by…
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A look back on 2017

We highlight the Top 10 stories of the year in reverse order, as determined by readership. Looking back we are reminded of McCain’s role in the phony Trump dossier, the corruption of the Obama Administration – not that it’s ever very far from our minds – and Democrat lunacy and double-think. So join us if you dare, as we saunter through the minefield that was 2017’s most-read articles. 

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Why Roy Moore lost

In the wake of Democrat Doug Jones’ shocking win over Republican Roy Moore in Alabama’s special Senate election Tuesday, the local and national media and much of the political punditry are claiming we have witnessed a change election. The numbers tell a different story.

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President Trump’s 2017 Report Card (first draft)

As we approach the holiday season there will be much debate on how President Trump has performed for his first calendar year. As a populist president, I think the best way to judge his performance is by focusing on the issues voters say are their top priorities. Pew Research polled voters to determine their political priorities […]

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Nuts to Bush, Part 2

The mainstream media celebrated as a new book came out in which the two former Presidents Bush, George H.W. and George W., criticized Donald Trump, with Bush the Elder calling Trump a “blowhard” who is “driven by a certain ego.” As if there are no egos in the Bush clan.

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Next time, just go with sharks with laser beams on their heads

Election 2016 featured all the benchmarks of a secret agent yarn. Campaign officials and political party flacks conspired with Russian agents to rig the 2016 US Presidential election. However, while Election 2016 and its fallout unraveled like a spy film, it was less “James Bond,” and more “Austin Powers.”

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Killing Sergeant Johnson

According to Rep. Frederica Wilson (D- Awesome Hats), President Trump told the widow of Sergeant La David Johnson, who was murdered, along with three of his fellow soldiers, by Islamic terrorists in Niger, “he knew what he signed up for … but when it happens, it hurts anyway.” While I have no doubt Trump’s condolences were delivered with his usual artlessness, I do doubt he took the call anything less than seriously. Trump may be crude, but he’s not cruel.

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