Who Won the First Presidential Debate?

So who won the first presidential debate? Interest  in the debate was very  high given that the race to the White House is now a dead heat. The answer is, well that depends on who you ask and how you look at it.  Both the Clinton and Trump campaigns declared that their candidate was the […]

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Must See TV: Trump and Clinton’s First Debate

The first presidential debate between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is scheduled to take place Monday September 26. Moderated by NBC’s Lester Holt, the debate will take place at Long Island’s Hofstra University. The format will be a 90 minute program without commercial breaks.  Personally, I have to admit that I […]

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Americans, So Easily Controlled!

Football, beer… Filled up the horizon of their minds. To keep them in control was not difficult.” George Orwell One day last week our family went to grab a bite to eat.  We went to Maynards.  We walked in, sat down, looked around and at a quick glance became angry with what we saw. My […]

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Hillary Clinton Squanders Tonight Show Appearance

Hillary Clinton appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Monday evening, an appearance which was precipitated by Donald Trump’s appearance with the late night comic last Thursday. Both programs were ratings bonanzas with Trump’s program averaging a 2.6 rating share and Clinton’s program averaging a 2.8 rating share, the best rating The Tonight […]

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A Bomb Goes off in New York City- Why are We Still Being Politically Correct?

On Saturday September 17 at 8:30 pm EST an explosion rocked West 23 Street in Manhattan, in the neighborhood commonly referred to as Chelsea, injuring 29 people, smashing windows and initiating street closures.  There were no fatalities.  Officials maintain that a homemade bomb which had been placed in a dumpster created the explosion.  The explosive […]

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More Milestone Moments for Donald Trump!

Last week I wrote an article titled “Donald Trump’s Amazing Week” which must have been incredibly annoying to liberals and “Never Trumpers” everywhere. Guess what? This past week has been even better for the 2016 Republican nominee for president, the man whose candidacy was considered a vanity exercise a year and a half ago. Well […]

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HEY HILLARY: We FIXED The ‘Deplorable List’ … Yours Was BROKEN

The good folk over at Merriam-Webster define “deplorable” as: very bad in a way that causes shock, fear, or disgust: deserving to be deplored; deserving censure or contempt: wretched. It’s a perfectly serviceable word and can really get the job done — when it’s applied accurately. Unfortunately, and notoriously, Hillary Clinton misapplied it a few […]

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Political Decoys-Body Doubles- Nothing New

Many would rather believe a lie because truth demands a response.  This last week information came out that Americans suspected a body double concerning the likes of criminal Hillary Clinton. Of course, there were those who came out in an attempt to defend Hillary Clinton’s attempt to reaffirm that anybody that questions the likes of […]

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Hillary Clinton’s Health Is Now Officially a Campaign Issue

There have been speculations about Hillary Clinton’s health for years particularly after she suffered a concussion in 2012. Over the past few months, a photograph of the Democratic nominee for president being helped up the stairs back in February surfaced. In July, some pundits noticed  Mrs. Clinton being helped up the stairs of a stage […]

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September 11, 2001- We Must Never Forget

On September 11, 2001, the world was forever changed when the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda orchestrated the largest non-wartime attack on US soil by hijacking four passenger airlines in a suicide mission. Two of the planes American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175 crashed into the North and South Towers of the World […]

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Donald Trump’s Amazing Week

Suddenly, the stars are aligning for the Donald J. Trump Campaign for President. The Republican nominee is rising in the polls. According to the most recent LA Times/USC poll released September 9, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is only leading Trump by one point 45% to 44%. In addition, the most recent CNN/ORC poll released earlier […]

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Ignore the Critics! Go See the Ben Hur Remake

When I first saw the trailer for this year’s Ben Hur, I was intrigued; also mildly skeptical: Why remake one of the greatest films ever released? Or mess with the formula that gave us a 1959, Academy-Award-heavy epic that holds up well even under modern scrutiny? As the venerable maxim puts it: if it ain’t […]

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America, “We destroyed Ourselves”

America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves. -Abraham Lincoln Did you hear about John Hinckley Jr., the man that attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan on March 30, 1980? He was declared not guilty by reason of insanity. Webster’s 1828 […]

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The ‘Church’ Infecting Christianity: Where Did the Emergent Church ‘Emerge’ From?

Dear friends, although I was very eager to write to you about the salvation we share, I felt I had to write and urge you to contend for the faith that was once for all entrusted to the saints. For certain men whose condemnation was written about long ago have secretly slipped in among you. […]

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Another Grim Reminder that Obamacare Has Made Healthcare More Expensive

Way back in 2009, some folks on the left shared a chart showing that national expenditures on healthcare compared to life expectancy. This comparison was not favorable to the United States, which easily spent the most money but didn’t have concomitantly impressive life expectancy. At the very least, people looking at the chart were supposed […]

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Donald Trump Receives Backlash for Black Community Outreach

  A few weeks ago, Donald Trump made the statement that he was asking the African-American community to honor him with their vote.  While the Republican nominee for president was complimented for his turn of phrase, he was criticized for making the reach-out to largely white audiences.  According to a recent NBC News Poll, Trump […]

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The Enemy on the Field!

The Enemy on the Field! “Islam is not a religion of peace, it’s a political theory of conquest that seeks domination by any means it can. –Ayaan Hirsi Ali I have shown you in the past that musicians are the real legislators when it comes to overthrowing established laws in this country, and surely this […]

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Donald Trump Delivers Landmark Immigration Speech

Over the past few months, Donald Trump has received a lot of criticism from pundits for not being detailed enough in policy platform discussions particularly as it relates to immigration.  It is safe to say that those criticisms are no longer valid. On Wednesday August 31, the 2016 Republican nominee for president delivered a comprehensive […]

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Can’t Our Campaigning Do Better than ‘Naked Trump’ and ‘Toilet Paper Hillary’?

A word of advice: if you’re about to eat a meal, avoid glancing at the stylized, clay-and-silicone renderings of a corpulent, scowling, completely naked Donald Trump which, lately, have been turning up on the streets of some of America’s major cities. Hmmm, check that — even if mealtime is hours away, keep that image from befouling your eyeballs. […]

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Liberal Media Ignore Narrowing Gap in the Polls Between Clinton and Trump

While most national polls such as Quinnipiac or Reuters show Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leading Republican nominee Donald Trump by 7-10 points, some recently released national polls reveal a much narrower gap between the two candidates. However, the liberal media is ignoring this data.  According to the latest LA Times/USC poll which was conducted […]

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Is Anybody Shocked that Higher Minimum Wage Mandates Are Resulting in Fewer Jobs?

While economists are famous for their disagreements (and their incompetent forecasts), there is universal consensus in the profession that demand curves slope downward. That may be meaningless jargon to non-economists, but it simply means that people buy less of something when it becomes more expensive. And this is why it makes no senseto impose minimum […]

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ISIS: Modern Day Global Version of Hitler’s SS!

“Out of these troubled times… A new world order can emerge, a new era. Free from the threat of terror, today that new world is struggling to be born, a world quite different from the one that we have known… If we are successful… and we will be.” – George Bush Sr. (September 11, 1990) […]

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Too Close for Comfort: The Clinton Foundation & Hillary Clinton’s State Department

After three years of being stonewalled by The State Department, the Associated Press (AP) successfully sued the State Department to release Hillary Clinton’s calendar during her tenure as Secretary of State.  The AP learned that “At least 85 of 154 people from private interests who met or had phone conversations scheduled with Clinton while she […]

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More Scandals Involving Hillary Clinton’s Top Aide Huma Abedin

Just when we thought we heard all there is to tell about the scandals surrounding Hillary Clinton’s top aide Huma Abedin, another bombshell surfaces.  According to a recent article published in The New York Post Huma-abedin-worked-at-a-radical-muslim-journal-for-10-years, Ms. Abedin served as a junior level editor for the radical Islamic publication “Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs” where she worked […]

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Donald Trump Courts the Minority Vote

Over the past weekend, Donald Trump made a major play for the minority vote. On Friday night, he challenged a crowd in Dimondale, Michigan. “Look at how much African-American communities are suffering from Democratic control…..What do you have to lose by trying something new like Trump? ..You live in poverty. Your schools are no good. […]

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Big Government Means Big Corruption (especially when the Clintons are involved)

Back in 2009, I shared some academic research showing the unsavory link between lobbying expenditures and bailout cash from TARP. Just in case anybody naively thinks that such distasteful favor-swapping no longer occurs, here’s some more evidence. A column in the International Business Times summarizes some new scholarly research, once again showing the corrupt nexus between […]

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Optics and Media Bias: Trump’s Visit to Baton Rouge

The word “optics” has become overused in our daily communications.  Merriam Webster’s primary definition of optics as “ a science that deals with the genesis and propagation of light, the changes that it undergoes and produces, and other phenomena closely associated with it” has been largely supplanted by the secondary definition,” the way a situation, […]

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Back to School: The Cesspool of Illegal Indoctrination

Former Education Secretary under Ronald Reagan said,” In America today, the longer you stay in school, the dumber you get…” –William Bennett Outside of the fact the federal government is illegally (Violation of Article 10 of The Bill of Rights) and intentionally indoctrinating American students in public schools through International Baccalaureate, No Child Left Behind, […]

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Our Turn to Say ‘BYE-BYE’: John McLaughlin’s Legacy Remembered

American television personality and political opinion-maker John McLaughlin passed away suddenly last Tuesday; of prostate cancer, at his home near Washington, DC., aged eighty-nine. The Rhode Island native was best known to the general public for the weekly, half-hour, public affairs program which he created, produced and has hosted since January 1982; and which carried […]

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Donald Trump Re-Organizes Campaign Team Again

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has announced another change in the campaign’s leadership. Two months after Trump parted company with his then Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski and handed the reigns over to long-term Republican political operative Paul Manafort, Trump has re-organized his senior leadership team again by bringing on Breitbart News Chairman Stephen Bannon as Campaign […]

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Japan’s Slow-Motion Fiscal and Monetary Suicide

Remember Bill Murray’s Groundhog Day, the 1993 comedy classic about a weatherman who experiences the same day over and over again? Well, the same thing is happening in Japan. But instead of a person waking up and reliving the same day, we get politicians pursuing the same failed Keynesian stimulus policies over and over again. […]

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The Growing Crisis of Excessive and Unfunded Retirement Benefits for State and Local Bureaucrats (and a Libertarian Quandary)

As a taxpayer, I don’t like the fact that government employees get paid more than folks in the private sector.  But the big difference between bureaucrats and regular workers isn’t so much the pay, it’s the fringe benefits. And perhaps the  biggest difference of all is that government bureaucrats get far more  lavish retiree benefits. […]

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A Basket of Golden Eggs vs. A Healthy Goose: Clinton & Trump’s Economic Plans

Many years ago, I read a quote which still aptly describes the difference between Democrats and Republicans. Democrats are concerned with how “we are going to spread the golden eggs around” while Republicans worry about the “health of the goose”. This comparison is the perfect metaphor to compare and contrast the economic plans of presidential […]

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Executive Orders: Attempting to Out Gun Americans!

“Our government rests in public opinion. Whoever can change public opinion, can change the government.” –Abraham Lincoln From Hillary Clinton deliberately and blatantly lying about running guns to Syria to Barack Hussein Obama running guns to Mexican drug lords through “Fast and Furious,” both having be found aiding and abetting the enemies of America (which […]

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Red State Talk Radio & The Horn News Announce Strategic Partnership

Red State Talk Radio Announcement (Philadelphia, PA), August 10, 2016 – Red State Talk Radio (RSTR), “the dominant voice in conservative politics” is pleased to announce our new partnership with The Horn News. The Horn News has emerged as a leading online conservative news outlet that is “proudly American and fiercely independent”! The Horn News […]

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The Mind Of An Olympian!

With the summer games in full force, it’s nice to reflect for a moment on what it takes to become an Olympian.  What is the formula these athletes use to build up to the excellence needed to compete, not to mention, win in the Olympics? I’ve spoken and written at length on the characteristics of […]

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Olympic Superstar Spikes

What does it say about twenty-first-century society that a celebrity woman enunciating the obvious — speaking favorably about having babies, raising them responsibly and loving them — should stiffen the hackles of others? That not hating the reproduction and preservation of the species should elicit sniping from some who are biologically equipped to do the same […]

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More Welfare-Subsidized Terrorism in Europe

When I was young and innocent, I thought that giving welfare handouts to advocates of terrorism was the most perverse and disgusting way to abuse taxpayers. Now that I’m old and jaded, I’ve learned that governments are so masochistically stupid that they routinely give taxpayer-financed goodies directly to the people who actually engage in terrorist […]

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The American Chameleons – Round 2

\ “We (People) are like chameleons, we take our hue and the color of our moral character, from those who are around us.” –John Locke Over the last week, I have taken in insult after insult, as have I reaped absolute disdain, contempt and scorn from those who should know better for pointing out the […]

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Trump Trails Clinton in Poll- Media Rush to Call Race for Clinton.

Donald Trump is currently trailing Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton 39-49%  in the latest Fox News Poll. Clinton is also specifically leading Trump in some key battlefield states including Michigan, New Hampshire, Ohio and Pennsylvania.  Following the release of this one poll, the left stream media immediately started to prematurely predict the demise of the […]

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Minimum Wage In A 21st Century Economy – More Harm Than Good?

Oh were it that easy; to establish a minimum wage that all people would be able to earn thus enabling the entry level employees and unskilled employees to earn a “livable wage”.  Since the establishment of the Industrial Revolution and even before that going back to King James in 1603, governments have attempted to provide […]

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Why the Fuss and Fury over Repealing the Johnson Amendment?

Both sides are firing shots across the bow of their opponents in a revived First Amendment battle thanks to Donald Trump and a bizarre election cycle. This debate is absolutely necessary, but not for the reasons you might think. Too many people have no idea what the Johnson Amendment is and why it is so […]

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Strangers in Jenner, Pokémon, Kardashian Country

We love our entertainment in America and it’s so easy to waste a lot of time. But perhaps more important is a fact most people do not seem to realize: how we spend our time affects both soul and spirit, either drawing us closer to God or further away. It’s the ‘hours of influence’ principle […]

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The Ever-Growing Fiscal Burden of Obamacare

Based on what’s been happening, those of us who have been warning about the fiscal burden of Medicaid, Medicare, and Obamacare could rest on our laurels and say “we told you so.” But it’s a Pyrrhic victory because being right means bad news for the country. Earlier this year, The Hill reported some very sobering […]

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What Barack DUBBED Hillary Would Make George Washington SPEW Vomit!

Lucid people get it: the towering edifice of modern, secular progressivism is constructed with the brick-and-mortar of reality-denial; stubborn, unflinching self-delusion. Unborn babies are not human beings? Marriage doesn’t necessarily require a man and woman? Providing government cash to peeps who refuse to get a job — courtesy of hard-working taxpayers — won’t increase unemployment? […]

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We Have No King But Caesar!

“If we mean to support the liberty and independence which has cost us so much blood and treasure to establish, we must drive far away the demon of party spirit and local reproach.”  – President George Washington Americans are once again caught up in the political cycle and settling for what has been handpicked and […]

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Hillary’s Acceptance Speech-High on Theatrics, Low on Substance

On July 28, 2016 history was made when Hillary Rodham Clinton accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination to be their candidate for president of the United States. She is the first woman to receive this honor. Much has been made about the historic significance of this nomination. Perhaps more effort should have been put into creating […]

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DNC 2016-Day 4

DNC 2016 Day 4 (July 28, 2016)- It is Day Four for DNC 2016 at The Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Last night’s program included the much anticipated speech from President Barack Obama and true to form, the 44th President did not disappoint the sea of supporters assembled. The speech was both  an endorsement for […]

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DNC 2016-Day 3

DNC 2016 Day 3 (July 27, 2016)- It is Day Three for DNC 2016 at The Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Last night, our nation made history when we nominated the first woman candidate for the office of President of the United States, former first lady,  former Senator from New York, and former Secretary of […]

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DNC 2016-Day 2

DNC 2016 Day 2 (July 26, 2016)- It is Day Two for DNC 2016 at The Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The Democratic National Convention 2016 began its first day under a cloud of controversy. Democratic National Committee Chairperson Debbie Wasserman Schultz who had resigned her position in the wake of the WikiLeaks release which […]

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