Posted in Politics

The Only Republican I Ever Voted For

Once in my life I voted for a Republican. Dick Lugar was that guy. To be fair, the Democratic Party didn’t run a candidate that…

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Posted in History Miscellaneous

On This Day

On this day in 1954, the first round of Dr. Jonas Salk’s polio vaccine field trials, involving 1.8 million children, begin first at the Franklin Sherman Elementary School in McLean, Virginia.

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Posted in Election 2020 Elections Headlines News Politics

It’s Bidens Nomination To Lose.

“But overall, Biden has, in my opinion, the best chance of making Trump a one-term president. He’s not too far to the left that centrist Democrats and even some moderate Republicans (yes, they’re out there and they’re looking for an excuse not to vote for Trump) won’t find him attractive. And he’s liberal enough so that he can get at least a plurality of primary votes. In this very crowded field, if Biden continues to poll around 30 percent, he’ll win the nomination. Like I said earlier, only Bernie can compete with him.”

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Posted in Civil Rights Civil Rights Domestic Issues Elections History Homeland Security News Op-Ed Politics Social Issues State Issues The Courts

Far Too Many Americans Do Not Know These Truths About The US Constitution

It appears that a large percentage of American adults had not been paying attention when the Constitution was taught to them in school. Or perhaps they just never received a civics lesson.

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Posted in Entertainment

Not A Human, A Dove

Before Prince, I liked music. I mean, really, who doesn’t? Prince was a line in the sand though. You stepped over it, embraced the new-found geography and then you began to understand art.

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Posted in Domestic Issues History

Tender Combatants

On this day 20 years ago, Columbine High School students Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold murdered 12 classmates and one teacher in a mass shooting….

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