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No More for Moore and Omarosa Out in 2018 (#RoyMoore / #Omarosa)

Alabama voted yesterday and it came out last night that Moore will be no more!  Well, at least, politically-speaking, his time is up for now.  Of course, he may not give up so easily since Doug Jones won by such a narrow margin.  Obviously, that is Moore’s right, even if it would seem that he… Continue reading No More for Moore and Omarosa Out in 2018 (#RoyMoore / #Omarosa)

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My Conservatism (and the Need to Learn More About It)

  I write today because, as many times before, I desire to ask a question to help with my growth as a thinker and writer.  But I will not get to the question until the end of this post.  The more that I have come to accept being a conservative individual, the more I desire… Continue reading My Conservatism (and the Need to Learn More About It)

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New Jersey Teacher Blunder Causes Premature Protest

(Photo via Mike Curley, Jr. (Twitter)) Schools should be places where the attainment of knowledge and the love for it is nurtured unto no end.  Students should be seen as sponges that can soak up all that they hear and see within a classroom.  Now, one must not be naive about the difficulty of any teacher’s… Continue reading New Jersey Teacher Blunder Causes Premature Protest

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Trump Could Hurt Foreign Relations with His Tweets

(Photo via http://www.local8now.com/content/news/Analyzing-President-Donald-Trumps-Twitter–413971043.html / Gage Skidmore / CC BY-SA 2.0) Back in 2016, when President Trump was the GOP presidential nominee, then eventually elected to be the 45th president of the United States, I was not overly dramatic about where his presidency could take this country.  Of course, since January of this year, it has been quite… Continue reading Trump Could Hurt Foreign Relations with His Tweets

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Monday, October 9, 2017 – I Read My Piece – “Piers Morgan Makes Some Valid Points About The Confusing Politics Of The N-Word” – to a Class of College Students

Today, I had the pleasure of reading my piece (that was published on The Federalist website) – “Piers Morgan Makes Some Valid Points About The Confusing Politics Of The N-Word” – to a class of college students.  The professor is a friend of mine and it just so happens that his class was touching on… Continue reading Monday, October 9, 2017 – I Read My Piece – “Piers Morgan Makes Some Valid Points About The Confusing Politics Of The N-Word” – to a Class of College Students

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Whether or Not You Agree with #DACA Being Rescinded, It Should be a Reminder to “#Dreamers”

(Photo via http://bdnews24.com/world/2017/09/05/trump-scraps-dreamer-immigration-program-for-children-brought-to-us-illegally) written by Jerome Danner The rescinding of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) (that had been established by Pres. Obama back in 2012) this past Tuesday is a thorny issue that has brought much drama and emotion in the days following statements made by Attorney General Sessions and President Trump.  Although many… Continue reading Whether or Not You Agree with #DACA Being Rescinded, It Should be a Reminder to “#Dreamers”

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#Charlottesville, Lord, Charlottesville

(Photo via Sami Shah) How despairing it is to hear of news that one lost their life, possibly, due to the lack of understanding of the importance of civil discourse.  When protests take place over matters that typically cause some persons to emote in anger and display outrageous behavior, it may be important, for the… Continue reading #Charlottesville, Lord, Charlottesville