Category Archives: Politics

Thought for Today (5/3/2017)

Though we are uniquely individual units, we are also one through the family (one family), the neighborhood (one neighborhood), the city (one city), the state (one state), the nation (one nation), and humanity (one world).  As various sizes of one, we have norms that we … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (3/19/2017)

Could the difference  between liberals and conservatives be the difference between fact and feel?  Many of my liberal friends and acquaintances often use the word “feel” when they talk about different topics.  Most of my conservative friends will use factual … Continue reading

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Time for Action (3/12/2017)

I decided to see if President Trump really wants to drain the swamp of all the rodents by sending him a message via whitehouse.gov asking him to sign an executive order declaring all Americans and resident aliens will be governed … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (3/1/2017)

I watched the Presidential Speech last night and saw a national leader call for unity and inter-party cooperation to make improvements.  I watched as the camera showed the Republicans react positively to his directions and the Democrats refusing. When he … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (1/30/2017)

To build your opinion based on false information or partial information is ignorant and lazy.. Too many people are judging the President’s Executive Orders without reading the documents themselves and depending on what other people tell them to think.  This … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (1/27/2017)

Democratic President John Fitzgerald Kennedy said in his inauguration: We observe today not a victory of party, but a celebration of freedom — symbolizing an end, as well as a beginning — signifying renewal, as well as change. For I … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (1/26/2017)

Before leaving office, President Barrack Obama commuted the sentences of hundreds of drug dealers having decided in his own mind that they were not violent criminals.  Evidently he has never personally witnessed that cocaine, methamphetamine, and other illegal narcotics have … Continue reading

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