Trump, the new “Edsel”?...

Mr. Trump Now that you are the Republican nominee, please engage your brain or more importantly your family before you open your mouth or tweet! You can win in November if you show a “tad” of self constraint.  It is a  true “No Brainer” that the American public has serious concerns about Hillary’s ability to tell the truth, but with your lack of self control, you are letting her off the hook. You are no longer a businessman, you are a candidate for the highest office in the land.  Start acting like one, please. If you should lose in November to Hillary, more than the presidency will be lost, it just might impact your “Trump” name and the value it once had.  It had stood for quality and class, but if you lose to the “liar”, the  Trump name on buildings will be the new “Edsel” of a political and maybe business failure for you. Warm Regards, Bill        ...

Why Donald Trump is Resonating with voters May16

Why Donald Trump is Resonating with voters...

A reason Donald Trump is resonating with the voters is that he is NOT doing what the bible says  to do(turn the other cheek, forgive your enemies, just to name 2) and doing and saying what You are afraid to do because of  PC(Political Censorship).

What Really Matters!

What Really Matters! They way Donald Trump “treats” women or the way Hillary Clinton “treats’ the truth? You tell me what really matters please?

Life’s Lessons

Things I learned from my dad.  When making a cocktail: Ice Liquor then the mix. Taste what you...

Clownservatives, the new wing of the Republican Party...

The Conservative Wing of the Republican Party has transformed this year into the Clownservatives.  They speak about tradition, values and serving the American public.  Yet it seems that all they care about is their own well being.  Senator Mitch McConnell says there will be no vote on the new Supreme Court Justive even before the President announced his nominee.  WHY?  He could have said, when the President nominates,  the Senate will advise and consent.  But for some reason he speaks before the President nominates and the Clownservative Republicans again  are the party of “NO”.  There is an old saying “manage with the facts” or to make it simple for the Clownservatives, why speak until you have to  and know all the...

Can any reporter ask Hillary Clinton this question? Apr13

Can any reporter ask Hillary Clinton this question?...

Its, a simple question with a possible follow up. To your knowledge, are you the only former Secretary of State to have your “own” private/personal email server?  She answers questions by saying other former cabinet officials have used private email accounts, but no one seems to want to follow up with, that’s not the question. The question is private/email server. Until she answers that question the email issue will continue to go on on like the bunny with the batteries on...

Draft vs. Volunteer Army...

Defense Department Celebrates 35 Years of All-Volunteer Force By Army Staff Sgt. Michael J. Carden American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON, June 25, 2008 – On July 1, the nation will mark 35 years of an armed military made up solely of volunteers. Until July 1973, the military operated under an involuntary draft policy to produce manpower to fight the country’s wars. Draftees served during both world wars, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Opposition to the war in Vietnam brought extreme scrutiny to the draft, and the public’s increasing dissatisfaction took its toll during President Richard Nixon’s administration. Congress eventually approved the institution of the all-volunteer force, and although the framework for selective service remained in place, the armed forces stopped drafting people to serve. For the past 35 years, volunteers manned 100 percent of the armed forces during the nation’s times of need, including the Cold War as well as conflicts in Bosnia and Kosovo. They filled the ranks and fought in the Persian Gulf, Panama and Grenada. Retention flourishes among the services – in both the active duty and reserve components – as they continue to operate in Iraq and Afghanistan and conduct humanitarian missions at home and throughout the world, a senior Defense Department official said. Bill Carr, deputy undersecretary of defense for military personnel and policy, said the nation and its armed forces are stronger in many ways, thanks most notably to the aptitude and experience today’s volunteers bring to the table. Carr said about 20 percent of servicemembers in the draft era were in the bottom third of the aptitude-test scoring range. Today, only 2 percent of the force is in the bottom third, and more than 66 percent are in the top half. “One thing that characterizes...

What You have to KNOW before you VOTE!...

  To be an informed voter, Fox contributor Ben Carson thinks you should read his new voter education guide. Just yesterday, Carson — apparently also a likely presidential candidate — hyped his new voting guide e-book in a National Review Online article. According to Carson, the country suffers from a dearth of informed voters and his e-book is the solution, providing information on politicians and policies to “make it easier for people to think for themselves, rather than being herded and manipulated by those in various political organizations who hunger for power, not liberty and fairness.” Just last month, Fox & Friends co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck suggested it may be beneficial for Americans to pass citizenship tests before gaining the right to vote. Debating the advantages of requiring high schoolers to pass civics tests before graduating and becoming eligible to vote, Hasselbeck posited that such steps could make “a more meaningful measure when you vote, perhaps, too.” She later asked viewers for their thoughts on the tests: “Civics test required to vote or graduate? Let us...