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Political debates go way back. The most famous early series of debates took place in 1858 between former Rep. Abraham Lincoln and Sen. Stephen A. Douglas. They participated in 7 debates and they were nothing like today’s debates. There was no moderator and the debates lasted 3 hours. One of the candidates would open with …

On October 19, 1781, British General Charles Cornwallis formerly surrendered, ending the Revolutionary War. Cornwallis and the British should have defeated George Washington and the American colonists. They out-numbered and out gunned the Americans. Washington attributed the victory to God and when Washington was inaugurated as America’s first president, he again gave all of the …

With Hillary Clinton’s Big Announcement of her presidency campaign for the presidency on Sunday came the first demonstrations of the incompetency we could expect from a Hell House Hillary White House. Not only did her chief of staff upstage her big announcement by sending an email saying “I wanted you to hear it from me first” …

Ever since Barak Hussein Obama illegally moved into the White House I have criticized virtually everything he has done. Someone recently asked me what I would do if I were president. After spending a few days thinking about it, this is what I would do if I were president. 1) I would order all federal …

By and large, most unions are very pro-Democratic and pro-Obama. Their liberal political agenda allows them to blindly follow the political party that does them more harm than good. Historically, the Republican Party has done more for the common working class than the Democratic Party has. The GOP fights to keep taxes down and has …

Earlier this summer, Ohio’s Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones decided to send a message to heroin dealers in his county. His department produced a commercial that aired locally and on the internet that raised some controversy. Heroin has been a growing problem in the general Cincinnati area and Jones wanted dealers to know that the …

These are the words of Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu. Pinal County is at the southeast corner of Maricopa County and is often considered, for statistical purposes, as part of the Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale-Tempe metropolitan area. The county contains all of one Indian reservation and parts of three others. More notably, the county is home to the …

When I was a senior in high school, we were told that our governor was coming to speak to our American Government class. We were all told that when the governor enters the room that we were to stand to show our respect for him and the office he held. Our governor at the time …

Much is being written and reported about the recent prisoner swap between President Obama and the Taliban. I commented on it earlier this week, stating that Obama’s actions now threaten the lives of every American military personnel and civilian abroad. Since my previous post, two things have come to my attention. One is that most …

Dr. Ben Carson is one of the top award winning neurosurgeons in the United States and perhaps the world. In 1987, Carson along with a large surgical team became the first doctor to successfully separate a set of twins that were attached at the back of the head. He became the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery …

On March 21, 1947, Congress passed the 22nd Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Amendment was officially ratified and adopted on February 27, 1951. It states: “No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, …

About half a dozen names are being bantered around as possible Republican candidates for president in 2016.  Names on the list include (not in any particular order): New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (definitely not my vote) Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush Texas Senator Ted Cruz Kentucky Senator …