You had a promising start and a chance to really get the ball rolling to changing our country back into a place where a job is more common than welfare checks. To a place where the Office of the President is respectable again and where Congress gets things done without kowtowing to a few liberal … More To POTUS and U.S. Congress
Yesterday our nation had our 45th President and 48th Vice President sworn into their respective Offices. These men were elected to these Offices by the people of 30 States who voted to give their Electoral College members instructions to vote for these men. They have quite possibly the hardest job in the world ahead of … More A New Beginning
Regurgitating fake news that has been proven across the board to be fake news is simply ignorant, using it as an excuse to boycott the political process is beyond contempt. DailyKos is becoming a prime leader in the fake news world sadly as a voice to Obama’s divisive Democrats. Link to their article at the … More Rep. Lee, D-CA should be ousted
So there is all kinds of talk of getting the Electors to ignore the vote of the “flyover” states and not give Trump the election with his 296 confirmed and 10 contested (Wisconsin) Electoral votes. How many of you realize that it serves no purpose to go here? How many know the process … More Electoral Nightmares
When I went to bed last night Donald Trump had 266 Electoral votes locked up and several more waiting in the wings of very close races. This morning I got up to President-Elect Trump. It has been a very ugly race from the beginning early last year where an alleged abuser of women ran against … More Is This The American Spring?
(This is a modified version of a response I placed on Facebook that I think is worthy of being expanded upon and shared more freely.) I keep hearing that a third party has never won a national election, actually a third party has won the Presidency of our nation. Our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln was … More For the love of poll taxes…
Yes, disenfranchised. As in I wasn’t given a choice of who the nominee in my nominal political party is. The candidate I would have voted for suspended his campaign yesterday (May 3, 2016). This is true of a lot of people besides myself, and I have always been something of an outlier in that I … More The Political Rant of a Disenfranchised Voter