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Time for Some General Truth

We have a tradition in our country that strengthens and ensures our democracy.  After elections, we come together, accept the results regardless of our vote, and work for the success of the nation.  There was much hope and promise when Democrats worked with Reagan and Republicans worked with Clinton.  We ...

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From Solemn to Disgraceful

Last night on The Booth we discussed the issue of Presidential phone calls to the families of fallen servicemembers.  President Trump recklessly and incorrectly suggested more than once yesterday that prior presidents did not call the families of servicemembers who had died in service to the nation.  When challenged, he ...

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2017 GOP Tax Cut is a Threat to National Security

Congressional Republicans, with White House support, recently announced their long-awaited tax plan, daring Democrats to oppose it.  On first look, they are right.  Tax cuts make for good politics.  Everyone would like to give less to the government and keep a little more for their families.  Hard to oppose, right?  ...

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The National Debt is a National Disgrace

The National Debt is rapidly approaching 20.4 trillion dollars which will amount to approximately $200,000.00 per taxpayer.  Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff GEN Martin Dempsey properly labeled our growing national debt as the number one national security crisis facing the nation because of its dangerous repercussions.  This ...

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It’s the Rhetoric…

This is crisis mode for the Democratic Party if it wants to survive as a national political party.  There is no minimizing what’s at stake – one party rule by the Republican Party for years to come.  The Republicans control the White House, Congress, and a substantial majority of governorships ...

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