Former Alaska Gov. and Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarh Palin. Ted Nugent and Kid Rock acted in such an undignified and boorish manner in “The People’s House”, mocking a portrait of the first lady of the first lady of the United States.
This was published in October of 2016, before the election. Its message is just as powerful today, almost 100 days into the Trump presidency. I don’t want the Republican Party defeated next week. This is written, just so you
During the presidential campaign, Republicans focused on the repeal of the Affordable Health Care Act on both the congressional and presidential level. They retained control of Congress and won the presidency and are now facing the difficult task of what
I, of course, like any American citizen, applaud President Trump for wanting to protect the homeland from terrorist attacks. I must call to his attention that the larger threat comes from within our borders. He says he knows more about
Businesses strive to protect the consumer citizen — just as long as it does not negatively affect business’s bottom line. Many businesses prefer profits over the people they are dependent upon for purchases, and over principles like the Golden Rule.
Patty Jackson’s, wonderful letter From The Left, that appeared earlier this week in the Daily Commercial. The threat to our public schools under DeVos and Trump is very real. Read the full article http://www.dailycommercial.com/news/20170326/jackson-public-education-in-jeopardy Please follow and like us:
Jake’s column is a thorough study of the flaws we face in our current electoral system. The fact that our President, Senate or House is not elected by the majority, nor is it representative of the majority of the people
As we approach another Equal Pay Day on April 4th, it is timely to review the gap in women’s wages and the cost of simply being a woman. Equal Pay Day is the date in the current year that represents
One of my funniest childhood memories is visiting by uncle’s farm and watching his teenage son feed the pigs. After dumping several buckets of swill into a big trough, he hollered “sou-eee” several times. In seconds, half a dozen pigs
For the past several years, the elephant in the classroom has been the fate of public education. The appointment of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education gives cause for heightened concern. Mrs. DeVos, a strong supporter of charter schools and