Monthly Archives: May 2016

Trump’s Respect from World Leaders

Well, maybe I’ve been too harsh in my criticisms of Trump. After all, he is gaining the respect of world leaders. First it was Putin. And now it is that fine fellow in North Korea, Kim Jong-un. The North Korean … Continue reading

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Memorial Day: Gratitude, Sorrow, Pride

On Memorial Day we remember with gratitude all those who offered their lives in brave service to our country and its ideals. We also experience a double kind of sorrow. We mourn those who lost their lives or who were … Continue reading

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Trump: A Monster Unleashed

When you give alcohol to an alcoholic, you cruelly increase his need for alcohol. When you feed the ego are a narcissistic ego-maniac he explodes with hubris. Donald trump is rapidly moving beyond the stage of giving unsubtle clues about … Continue reading

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Trump’s Thoughtlessness

So Trump says he’ll debate Sanders. Then, having put some thought into it or having listened to advisors (something he is not good at), he says he won’t debate. What it shows is that Trump, who usually answers questions off … Continue reading

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Trump Is Amazing

I cannot recall ever having thought this of any other person. It’s a thought that seems to fit one person and only that one person: Donald Trump. The thought is a simple observation: Every time he opens his mouth he … Continue reading

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Capitalism Is Not a Code of Ethics

Trump justifies making large profits off home foreclosures by saying, “I’m a business man. That’s what I’m supposed to do.” As usual, he is quite blatant about being a moral vacuum. Capitalism may teach Trump and those like him how … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong with Obamacare?

USA Today reports that the average annual medical expenses for a family of four are nearly $26,000. I cannot imagine anyone coming up with a way to argue that this can be ethically justified. Our healthcare system, since becoming dominated … Continue reading

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