Category Archives: Presidential Priorities

L S & T (301 – 306) Lincoln/Documentation

301.   As promised in #281, the following is documentation related to #284 – #297. 302.    From:   National Park Service Lincoln Home                                 Forth Lincoln Douglas Debate September 18, 1858 Mr. Lincoln’s Speech Mr. Lincoln took the stand at a quarter … Continue reading

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L S & T (279 – 300) Lincoln

279.   I have shared, and will and continue to note, what I believe to be one of life’s valuable lessons: What was…. was….. What is… is … and…. Seek to use the truth of the two to make what … Continue reading

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Uninvited Immigration

The immigration thing….. What to do?!…. What to do?!…. Sadly, we, and probably our teachers and their teachers, were never exposed to the information that would make the approach to the problem rather cut and dried. Here we go…. You … Continue reading

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Trump vs. The Media

Are you really, really angry because Pres. Trump chastises the media’s right of freedom of the press?… Should articles of impeachment be initiated because he is violating the U.S. Constitution? Well… try this on for size: Executive Order – Arrest … Continue reading

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Trump Is Doing What?… With Russia?

The “I promise I won’t make you angry…Please don’t hurt me!” mind set of those who inhabit the Republican Party is really getting to be annoying. There have always been so many possible retorts at their disposal… It’s like a … Continue reading

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That’s Not Who We Are!… Really?

The destruction of the US Constitution has been going on with the eyes of the people wide open and their minds happily in a state of ignorance. Our public school system has guaranteed that state of ignorance, which, simply put, … Continue reading

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Fools Hate Knowledge

The things to be shared here may be considered controversial by some. The primary reason for them to be considered controversial goes back to my repeatedly shared thought of Thomas Paine: “A long habit of not knowing a thing wrong … Continue reading

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Abolition of Private Property

Let’s suppose some guy told you he was going to take something away from you. Then he proceeded to tell you precisely how he was going to do it, whether you liked it or not. Now suppose he began to … Continue reading

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Question Re Islam

Our local newspaper has, in times past, published letters noting the peaceful nature of the Qur’an, the Prophet and his traditions. Even though such items can be truthfully cited, there seem to be other, supposedly authentic, records that reveal conflicting … Continue reading

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Mr. Speaker!…… I give you the President of the United States!

Most people know all about this, but wifey is getting tired of being the only person subjected to my rants. When a college professor was mistaken for an intruder and arrested, the President of the USA intervened and publicly stated … Continue reading

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