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2018 Year in Review

    The end of the year is always a great time to assess we where are in life.  What is going well and what do we need to change concerning professional life, personal life, families, etc.  Many people make promises, some to keep and some to fail.  What about the Government?  ...

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Syria – Trump’s Christmas Present to our Enemies

    On December 19, 2018, President Trump declared ISIS was defeated in Syria, that he defeated them, and that he was ordering the withdrawal of all U.S. military from Syria within 30 days. The President announced the major change via Twitter and released a video of him declaring victory in front of ...

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How to Fix the Problem with Elections – Patience!

Just when we thought the 2018 Mid-term Election was over, there is one last open Congressional seat and a major controversy.  There is strong, reliable evidence that Republican operatives in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District perpetrated serious acts of voter fraud to steal that election.  A significant part of the ...

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When Even Secretary Mattis Lies…

The U.S. Senate recently received a briefing concerning the murder of Jamal Kashoggi, a Washington Post journalist.  Kashoggi, a lawful U.S. resident, was originally from Saudi Arabia and often wrote pieces critical of the repressive Saudi regime.  The entire world quickly learned that Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman ordered ...

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Long Overdue – Immigration Reform

The American people have spoken.  Although soundly rejecting the climate of fear, hate and deception surrounding immigration, immigration ranked high among the concerns of voters.  U.S. policy cannot be grounded in exaggerated claims of threats posed by a caravan of desperate people seeking only to apply for asylum or a ...

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