Breeding Terrorists

 I am convinced that random “terror” attacks like those in England last night are triggered more by personal grievances than by religious fervor. After all, what does Islam stand to gain from such senseless butchery? What does an “Islamic extremist” achieve by driving into a crowd of strangers and – usually – being killed in the process? Or […]
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The Shaming of America

  The bloated, red-faced figure standing in the Rose Garden and shown on TV screens around the world has become the symbol of America’s shame. Ironically, this is the man who promised to “make America great again.” Obviously pandering to his oil and coal peddling pals – especially his oil dependent buddy in Russia – this sycophantic quisling […]
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I Wouldn’t Live in Montana

I’ve never been to Montana. And I know very little about the state. When I learned that the people of Montana had chosen body slamming Greg Gianforte to represent them in Congress, I was stunned. I wondered what kind of people could possibly be living in that state. So I looked up Montana on the web. […]
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The Thug Life Culture

If Trump’s underworld connections were not already widely known, his rude, ugly behavior would be a dead giveaway. That’s how “gangstas” behave. The “made men” in the mob swagger, bully and brag, treat women with disrespect and tell fantastic lies. So do the “gangsta” rappers. So does Trump. And so do his minions. Montana Republican congressional candidate […]
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The Futility of Terror

You are probably reeling from the latest horror inflicted on civilization by the terrorists. Who wouldn’t be shaken this morning? All those kids – preteens and early teens slaughtered and maimed in the Manchester bombing. It’s enough to leave anyone shaken But I am sure the bombing hasn’t made you more sympathetic to the rogue Islamic religion […]
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Trump’s Rock Solid Base

Do you take comfort from Trump’s historically low poll numbers? After all, with an approval rating below 40 percent, he is the most unpopular president in American history. But don’t be misled. That base of his is rock solid. A friend of mine, Christian McCulloch, posted an observation on Facebook recently that Trump’s base would […]
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Suppression of Dissent?

If you’ve been wondering what happened to my blogs recently, the answer is very strange – and very disturbing. A few days ago, the blogs disappeared and I could neither read existing blogs nor write new ones. The Jamaicans.com web master, Xavier Murphy, told me the site must have been hacked. It took him a […]
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Suppressing the Press

Thomas Jefferson observed that if he had to choose between a government without newspapers and newspapers without a government, he would unhesitatingly “prefer the latter.” That’s how important a free press was to America’s founders. A free press is an essential part of a democracy. And suppressing the press is an essential tactic in creating […]
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