Tag Archives: Alex Jones

The Obvious Choice

I’ve basically written about one topic for the last three days and tomorrow is a holiday, thereby dictating the topic. The obvious choice is to do a clean up article for today.

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Help God Help You

An old adage goes, “God helps those who help themselves.” Decades ago I learned the adage, “The first step in solving a problem is recognizing that it exists. I question the existence of God but the Republican Party claims to. (I’ll expand on that below.) The latter is simply logic. What does this have to do with 21st century American politics? Read on and you will see. Continue reading Help God Help You

A Tidbits Thursday

Today is another of those “clean up” days that most weeks need lately. Even if you discount the shiny objects (which often require commenting in order to establish them as such and therefore largely irrelevant) there is simply too much political news to cover. I’ll try and catch up on some of what happened during the last few days. Let’s explore.   Continue reading A Tidbits Thursday

Bona

The two most important things that happened in American politics last week are things that didn’t happen. The title of today’s article comes from an old basketball offense. I think we learned a lot about President Trump’s future strategy last week. Let’s explore and I will weave it all together. Continue reading Bona

No Quality Applicants

There are basically three types of people who go to work in the administration in Washington. The motivation for the best two types is sorely lacking in the Trump administration and America is suffering because of it. Let’s explore. Continue reading No Quality Applicants