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President Abraham Lincoln, The Moral Politician

In honor of Presidents’ Day weekend and African-American History Month, I am revisiting this post from last year on Abraham Lincoln.

Until the 1850s Abraham Lincoln was a frustrated one-term congressman who had decided to focus on his law practice. 414 more words

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Donald Trump loves this female Judge

Here’s one judge that Donald Trump loves. Federal Judge, Maryanne Barry, his older sister.

Judge Barry, is a Senior United States Circuit Judge of the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. 576 more words

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Sean Hannity, the Rodney Dangerfield of Network Anchors

“I get no respect.” – Rodney Dangerfield

Okay, it’s happened again so I’ve got to say something. Sean Hannity quizzed super attorney Jay Sekulow on the Hannity Show Friday night and solved the whole travel ban issue. 133 more words

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Just saying...Just saying: A very wise tweeter…Happy Birthday President Abe!

There are two things that I bet many of my former confirmation students will never forget about me. That one of my favorite books of the Bible is the book of proverbs and that I have a thing about Abraham Lincoln. 1,458 more words


Breaking news: President threatens journalist with violence !

If Americans haven’t already had enough, the President has now threatened a journalist with violence. The president’s crude remarks implied that he would injure the man’s genitals and smash his face. 734 more words

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Political Time will tell

Trump’s turbulent first few weeks as President have many people guessing what will come over the rest of his term. However, it may not be as hard as it sounds to predict what will come after him. 617 more words


Happy Birthday Ronald Reagan, what do you think about Trump?

People make comparisons between Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan. They were both actors. Both had been divorced. Both men had been Democrats. Both men had some populist appeal. 340 more words

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