Category Archives: politics

Donald Trump: America’s third black president

Don’t we love it when animals seem to act like humans? We see videos of lions adopting baby antelopes, or dogs teaching babies how to crawl and we get warm, fuzzy, feelings of how these animals are “just like us.” This … Continue reading

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The Portland Free-Speech rally

While I support President Trump’s efforts to “make America great again,” I’m not exactly a gung-ho Trump supporters. But yesterday’s rally was primarily about free speech, so I was inclined to attend. When I learned that Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler was … Continue reading

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I finally watched Trump’s speech to Congress

It took me a few days, due to a heavy work schedule, but I finally got around to watching the entire speech. Overall, I was very impressed. I was impressed because Trump struggles with the English language; he’s not alway … Continue reading

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Back from vacation

Last year, I visited Costa Rica, and there was a screw up on my return flight. To compensate for my inconvenience, Aero Mexico put me up in a hotel for the night, provided me some meal vouchers, and gave me a … Continue reading

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What is the National Policy Institute’s policy toward Jews?

I’ve never attended an NPI conference. My impression has been that there’s a lot of overlap between NPI and Amren conferences; they feature some of the same speakers, and the president/director of NPI, Richard Spencer, has spoken at Amren conferences … Continue reading

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Hillary’s “popular vote”

A recent headline reads: Hillary Clinton Won Popular Vote By Almost 2 Million — Can Trump Still Be President? The article continues: Nearly a week since the presidential election, all the ballots have yet to be counted, and yet it’s already been … Continue reading

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