Monthly Archives: November 2016

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 — Revolt Of Blue Collar America, Victory For Values Voters, Obama’s Legacy, Clinton Concedes

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Source: Wednesday, November 9, 2016 — Revolt Of Blue Collar America, Victory For Values Voters, Obama’s Legacy, Clinton Concedes

It is simple we won and the Liberal Left Lost! That is what the elections determine period end of subject. We are Americans and still are God Blessed to be a part of the greatest country in the World. Now is the time to roll up our sleeves and make positive headway in fixing what is broke and yes folks things are broke. But, we are at our very best when things are at their very worst. First we must all settle the facts that we do not agree across the board on everything, but now that the election has ended stop whining that it didn’t go your way or stop lording it over people that it did go your way, but shake hands and lets both work on fixing these problems. That is the American way and it is what generations of Americans since the beginning of this young nation have done. Good Luck to us all and God Bless us all, Amen.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016 — Trump/Pence Surging, More Clinton Corruption, Obama Lectures Men, Kudos To Cruz

CWF is a non-partisan political action committee (PAC) dedicated to electing pro-family, pro-life and pro-free enterprise candidates to public offices.

Source: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 — Trump/Pence Surging, More Clinton Corruption, Obama Lectures Men, Kudos To Cruz

The Alienated American

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Many Americans increasingly seem psychologically, if not materially, disengaged from their own country. A few vote with their feet and move to quieter enclaves in the American rural West or to no-income-tax states in the South and hinterlands. More withdraw with their minds, by shutting out most of the noise emanating from American popular culture, politics, and the media.

I spent my vacation in September in small towns in southern Michigan, and a few days of October traveling to a number of communities in rural California, as well as talking to a variety of people on my farm. In all these venues, I kept meeting the same sort of detached American. Though these men and women came from varying class and ethnic backgrounds, they were united by a sense of malaise. Let me sum up what…

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