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Sanders is the front runner and it’s time the DNC accepted it

This is it, this is when the Democratic presidential campaigns get real. First the Nevada Caucuses and then the South Carolina primary. Senator Bernie Sanders is the odds-on favorite at this point in the race. Former Vice President Joe Biden […]

Sanders is the front runner and it’s time the DNC accepted it

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This is it, this is when the Democratic presidential campaigns get real. First the Nevada Caucuses and then the South Carolina primary. Senator Bernie Sanders is the odds-on favorite at this point in the race. Former Vice President Joe Biden […]

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Happy Labor Day

Today is Labor Day, when Americans across the country celebrate — or mourn — the end of summer. The end of summer doesn’t really arrive until September 22 when

Government musings: They may be obsolete by tomorrow morning

I hesitate to share my political thoughts with you. Not because of the outrage they might receive or the likelihood our president will wire tap my phones, but because

President Trump: The buck stops before me

One of the things I enjoy the most about president Trump is his seemingly infinite ability to never hold himself accountable for anything. He loves to start a public

Donald Trump: The great instigator

It used to be, in the dark ages, before the Internet, politicians used the strategy of deny, deny, deny when confronted by the media over what they said. Now

Trump picks Gorsuch, conservative in Scalia mode, as Supreme Court nominee

This article is reprinted with permission from TMN. WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday night Neil M. Gorsuch, a conservative federal judge known for

Democrats just need patience

I love to hand out free advice to anyone who will take it. For Democrats, mine can be summed up in one word: patience. You do not need to scramble

Spiro T. Agnew: The rise and fall of Nixon’s attack dog

“The mere happening of an accident does not justify an inference of negligence,” said the handsome, six foot-plus, strong-voiced adjunct professor of Tort Law at the University of Baltimore

Inauguration Day through one man’s eyes

I attended the inauguration of President Trump to capture some images of the day and hoped to get a photo of the new President. By the time I left

God’s Gift

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