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April 14, 1865: The day Lincoln was shot

It is fitting that Lincoln be remembered as a great historic example of a person’s persistent belief in honorable ideals and making heroic sacrifices for the sake of others.

Impeachment and lawsuits: Party tools of emotional extortion

RANCHO SANTA FE, Ca., August 4, 2014 – In a Nation that favors sound bites over solutions, it should not come as a surprise that the term “political integrity” has become little more than an oxymoron. Ethics be damned: If the Parties can use something to “stimulate the base,” you may rest assured they will ...

Teflon Hillary Clinton: Benghazi won’t influence 2016

SAN DIEGO, March, 20 2014 —The Senate Select Committee’s findings on Benghazi do not exactly provide a glowing testimonial for then Ambassador Hillary Clinton, the favored Democratic presidential candidate in 2016. It is unlikely that this report will make much of a difference to the Clinton candidacy. Be that as if may, “The Report” is ...

Will we survive the real Cold War?

CALIFORNIA., February 24, 2014 –  With the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, many of us are reminded of the Cold War: a political, ideological and economic struggle for supremacy between two super powers. Oh, not the one between the former-Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United States; the one that’s raging between the Democratic ...

George Washington and the cherry tree

It is important to remember George Washington for what kind of a person he really was, rather than what he was not. He risked his life on a regular basis in the fight for freedom, and in death righted an egregious wrong to extend that freedom to those who deserved it as well.

Mr. President: Use your pen and phone for election reform

RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif., February 10, 2014 — Our election process is broken. In truth, we no longer hold elections; we conduct auctions. We have tragically allowed the Parties to craft the best government that money can buy. President Obama recently proclaimed, “We’re not just going to be waiting for legislation in order to make ...