Monthly Archives: November 2016

Culture Shift

Donald Trump’s election is already causing a major culture shift among Americans whose attitudes are brighter as they impatiently await the ouster of the irrelevant Obama administration, and no greater sign exists of this than the suddenly low ratings of … Continue reading

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Snowflakes

Coddled in an inward looking echo chamber oblivious of the prevailing political sentiment simmering in that portion of America they disdain as “flyover country,” progressives caught unawares and devastated by Donald Trump’s presidential win over their candidate whose myriad flaws … Continue reading

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Man Up America

Donald Trump’s election signifies the reemergence of white working class Americans as a powerful political force tired of the endless lecturing by progressives incapable of ever being satisfied by any display of humility on their part, and especially ticked off … Continue reading

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Never Had A Doubt

Throughout this grueling campaign season with its twists and turns, I never had a doubt that Donald Trump would win, but the waiting for this moment of vindication has been tremendously frustrating as we’ve endured the smugness of the rich … Continue reading

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Political Fatigue

Americans inundated for months by a bombastic candidate who must be taken seriously if not literally and a sleazy candidate whose penchant for graft and corruption comes more clearly into focus as her leaked emails are released are suffering from … Continue reading

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