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Execute It Or America

On multiple occasions last week President Trump refused to commit to the peaceful transition of power in the event he loses the election. This was another of the shocking but not surprising events of his presidency.

I am reminded of an old saying and a question. The adage is: Plan your work and work your plan (good advice I was given as a young man). The question is why is a dollar bill worth a dollar? With all that in mind let’s explore. Continue reading Execute It Or America

The 39 State Strategy To Win In November

Last week Wisconsin taught us a lot both good and despicable. Let’s explore. Continue reading The 39 State Strategy To Win In November

Regrets – Too Few To Change Me

I am an advocate of early voting. I was among the Super Tuesday voters who got “burned” by it last week. I still have every intention of voting early in the general election and suggest you do if that option is available to you. Let’s explore.   Continue reading Regrets – Too Few To Change Me

Tar Heel Travesties

The line between state and national politics is sometimes a thin one in America. I try to primarily write about national politics because that is where I am the most knowledgeable and my primary interest lies. Today I’m going to concentrate on my home state of North Carolina. Since 2011 the Tar Heel state has been home to many of the most egregious transgression but it is not alone. Let’s explore.   Continue reading Tar Heel Travesties