Our Mexican future under the Republican
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Republican’s America is Mexican I believe the Republican’s plan to stem the tide of refugees flowing from Mexico is to turn the United States into Mexico. I have been to Mexico many times and I admire the Mexican working class. They are hard working people, and I do not know how the stereotype of the lazy Mexican got started. I’ve also noticed is that the working poor have almost zero chance of elevating themselves into the middle class. The…

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Social Security in a Republican Paradise
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Cutting Social Security will enrage them The social conservative who voted for the Republican sweep of the Presidency and Congress had an average age of 50.  Cutting Social Security will enrage them. That’s the age when a working man feels his aches and pains and looks forward to retirement. Retirement is important is because the GOP plans to introduce a bill in Congress to slash Social Security. That bill would shoot a torpedo into the heart of the GOP’s…

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When Somebody Shows You Who They Are, Believe Them
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My granddaughter recently told me of a girl in her class that always wants to be everyone’s friend, but the moment you start playing with her, she turns mean. When I asked her what she does about it, she shakes her head. “I don’t let her play with me.” There’s a wisdom there that I wish the working class would learn. Conservatives work at being their friend before election, but the minute you vote for them, their true colors…

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Open That Bottle Night – Wine With Friends
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OTBN is Saturday, February 25th. Are you waiting for a special occasion to open a cherished bottle of wine (or champagne, or spirits)? How long have you been waiting… one year? Two years? Is it sitting in the back of a cupboard covered with dust? Open That Bottle Night (or OTBN) was created in 2000 by wine columnists Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher, of the Wall Street Journal as an annual occasion that aims to motivate people to reconnect with each…

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Here is a summary of the Executive Orders Signed by President Trump.
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Below is a complete list and summary of the executive orders signed by President Trump.   Since taking office in January, President Trump has issued a dozen Executive Orders, not counting Presidential Memoranda, which also wield, dare I say it, “un-trumpable” power over the Executive Branch of the US Government.  Here are the Executive Orders, in order, summarized.   January 20th, 2017 Minimizing the Economic Burden of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Pending Repeal This order directs…

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Playboy Magazine Returns to Nudity
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Playboy magazine almost a cultural icon around the world, has brought back nudity alongside its articles and other entertaining information.  Under the leadership of Scott Flanders, ex CEO, the magazine had eliminated the pictures that had for so many years made the magazine famous.  Nudity had been removed due to the availability of similar images and pornography on the internet.  According to sources at the magazine, the readership expressed strong interest in the return of beautiful women alongside the…

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Michael Flynn – National Security Adviser Resigns
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Amid controversy, National Security Adviser to President Trump, Michael Flynn has tendered his resignation and it has been accepted by the White House.  Retired Army Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg has been named acting national security adviser. This is a developing story and will be updated as information is received.

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Jeff Sessions Confirmed as Attorney General
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Senator Jeff Sessions has been confirmed by the Senate as the nation next Attorney General.  Senator Jeff Sessions was widely respected by both the right and the left.  However, once he was nominated, the liberal forces around the country went to great strides to delays his appointment and have been rather rigorous in the confirmation process.  While the Democrats did not have the ability to reject the nomination, they did all they could to delay the vote.  The debate…

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