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This column first appeared on Sunday, Dec. 4, 1988. Every time the little reminder appears in the newspaper counting down the shopping days until Christmas, the anxiety attacks begin. Some people are organized. They do their Christmas shopping … more
The Democrat party continues to do a lot of wailing and gnashing of teeth in the aftermath of Donald Trump's election as president of the United States. So many of the party's hardcore base of lefties and Hillary disciples, when they are not having … more
In the aftermath of last week's bitterly fought presidential election, the nation was treated to the winners and losers behaving with graciousness and civility. President Obama set the tone when he called on the nation to accept the outcome and … more
Most of America went to bed Tuesday night uneasy and angry after casting their votes on Election Day. They were fearful that they would awaken still seeing red, so to speak; but it was not in anger. For those who decided to stay up most of the night … more
Today is D-Day for the American people when they go to the polls to decide whether they want a third term for Barack Obama or join together to move the country toward growth and opportunity again. The two presidential candidates are no prizes, with … more
The countdown has begun as Election Day, Nov. 8, looms. The country is in a lousy mood, sick and tired of the Obama administration, fed up with the gutless wonders in charge of a do-nothing Congress, underwhelmed by the presidential candidates. … more
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