Politics & Government

Warren’s National Healthcare Proposal Unmasked as Fantasy

Whenever I undertake a piece regarding Elizabeth Warren I try to preface it with deep breathing exercises, meditation, soft music and low lights to calm my nerves in order to put together cogent thoughts on her polemic financial rhetoric. Okay, I’m starting already. Perhaps it would be best if editorials would not post a picture of Warren. Her mean faced, ...

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Elizabeth Warren Spooks Energy Investors

The mean-faced, clipped haired polemic against capitalism is front and center again with her quest to socialize America. Remember her mantra, “Big Business Bad…Free Healthcare Good.” Just to jot off on a quick tangent, the sight of AOC lifting hands with comrade Sanders as she bestowed her endorsement (which should carry all of three dozen votes) forced me to hit ...

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Has the Americans with Disabilities Act made a difference?

As one who has been “quote/unquote” handicapped for periods of time due to several bouts with bone cancer, I wanted to take a look at how employers and those who consider themselves disabled have evolved over the almost 30 years since the ADA was legislated. As I’ve mentioned before the social business cycles ebb and flow, and governments legislate according ...

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Democratic Debates – Who won, who lost.

We have just witnessed yet another 2019 Democratic Debate – this time run by CNN. My disclaimer, as always, is that as a good conservative, I find almost all of the rhetoric on the stage to be ignorant, uninformed and tragically ridiculous. My goal here is to attempt to ascertain how the performance of each will affect their standing in ...

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Will Romney Step in as Savior for the 2020 Presidential Race?

Among the few Republican lawmakers to criticize President Trump amid Democrats’ impeachment inquiry is Utah Senator Mitt Romney, who sought the presidency in 2008 and 2012. “When the only American citizen President Trump singles out for China’s investigation is his political opponent in the midst of the Democratic nomination process, it strains credulity to suggest that it is anything other ...

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Save Auto Industry? Cripple the American Middle Class

There was a time thirty or forty years ago where the thought of paying for a car with anything other than cash was an illusion. As the Japanese dumped their Datsuns and Hondas into the U.S. in the ’70s and ’80s, American manufacturers had to innovate. Not only with design, style and gas efficiency, but making their brands financially affordable. ...

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