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We don’t need no education. We don’t need no thought control. No dark sarcasm in the classroom. Teacher, leave those kids alone. – Pink Floyd…

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Back in January, I posted a Letter to the Candidates concerning the tenor of their character and blueprints of their respective campaigns, pleading with both to find the higher ground. 577 more words


My Take on NBC’s Coverage of the Commander-in-Chief Forum... part deaux

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The next section only contains three tweets, the first being Doug Adams’s Trump quote, saying “If he says great things about me, I’m going to say great things about him,” with Trump giving a nod to Putin’s “82% approval rating.” The second tweet was on Trump’s justification of his support of Putin by putting Barack Obama under the boot for his perceived “weakness,” something he claims Putin doesn’t have. 518 more words

My Take on NBC's Coverage of the Commander-in-Chief Forum... part one

Sponsored by NBC News and the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, the Commander-In-Chief forum took place in New York on September 7th and gave a platform for both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to speak on various issues and to make their best case as to why they are most fit to become the next president of the United States. 369 more words

Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump in the first ever Commander-in-Chief Forum

On Wednesday night, September 8, 2016, NBC and the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America sponsored a televised Commander-in-Chief Forum.  This forum, hosted by NBC’s Matt Lauer, provided an opportunity for each candidate to appear presidential while showcasing his/her command of foreign policy and readiness to command our troops.   230 more words

Trump on why he Thinks he is Qualified to be Commander-in-Chief

In the Commander-in-Chief Forum, Matt Lauer asked Trump what he had experienced in his personal life or professional life the he believed made him qualified to be commander-in-chief. 110 more words


9/11 Suspects: Ralph Eberhart

According to the official story of September 11, 2001, four hijacked airliners flew wildly off course over the most sensitive airspace in the United States for 109 minutes without being intercepted by a single fighter jet. 1,097 more words