Monthly Archives: July 2015

Trump’s Team of Chumps

I have occasionally wondered how in the world Trump, were he elected to be president, would form a cabinet. Who would want to be on his team, knowing his chews up and spits out anyone at any time for any … Continue reading

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Republican Chaos

I simply want to ask again: If the Republican Party cannot manage itself, how in the world could anyone expect it to manage the country??? To my own surprise, I’m starting to feel some sadness for the Republicans because it … Continue reading

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Cruz Runnng for Vice-President

I must admit that, despite the somewhat frightening undertones of the Republican race for Clown in Chief, there is great entertainment value in watching the Republican inability to find a leader for themselves. Part of the fun for me is … Continue reading

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Trump Makes Chumps of the Press

Poll: Trump surges to big lead in GOP presidential race That’s a headline in today’s online edition of the Washington Post. It tells us a bit about Trump and a great deal about the Washington Post and other news organizations. … Continue reading

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Do we read — or read into — the First Amendment?

I believe strongly that the First Amendment to our US Constitution is fundamental to our American sense of the role of government in our nation. More specifically, it sets important limits on the government. It is sad to see it … Continue reading

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Trump Cannot Learn

We’ve all seen the type before: People who think they know everything are unable to learn anything. . .and therefore end up knowing nothing. Donald Trump, whose image of himself — contrary to what people often think of him — … Continue reading

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The Best Classical Music. . .For Me

One of the momentous moments in Western history is the Reformation. The Catholic Church had long been led by truly corrupt Popes and Bishops and the theology of the Church had become little more than a slate of justifications for … Continue reading

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