Bob Anderson is a partner and CFO of a hotel development company and a former aerospace engineer who worked on the International Space Station and interned in Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative Organization (SDIO) at the Pentagon. He is also a licensed commercial pilot.
Say what you will, but Democrats are not afraid to fight. Yet after four years of scorched-earth, Republicans apparently still don’t get it. Why would anyone vote for that?
Joe Biden is not a leader, and Democrats know it, but he is their human autopen that will sign off on their radical policy fantasia.
Once again, the United States is pursuing a strategy of negotiation by capitulation, a naive move that will allow oil-driven riches to flow to a terror-centric nation that deserves none.
At the behest of partisan Democrats, the organization created to protect us all from another 9/11 will now turn its forces and energy on American civilians.
Despite a population that is now more prosperous and more educated by several orders of magnitude, we clearly have become more lazy.
The losing side needed to know that a fair shake was given, and that justice prevailed, even if it wasn’t the outcome they wanted. That did not happen after Nov. 3.
If justice were blind, then the impeachment charge Democrats are voting for would be lodged where it more rightfully belongs—against themselves.
As significant as the ‘hanging chads’ were in 2000, ballot creep has emerged as the determining issue in 2020. It’s a skill that Democrats perfected in past elections.
Of all the issues regarding Hunter Biden and Joe Biden’s possible influence peddling, another key question deserves an answer: ‘Where’s Hunter’s money?’
The New York Times article about Trump’s tax returns included nuggets of truth, but in the end, it was nothing more than the paper’s own version of ‘truthful hyperbole.’
To The Atlantic, the mere chance of President Trump holding the golden medal bearing the visage of Alfred Nobel was too much. ‘Better to shut it down.’
This is a tale of not only two cities within one, but of two peoples, two cultures, two religious views, and two different political statuses.
Angry voices on the left continue to condemn Kyle Rittenhouse before we have all of the facts. What we already know paints a far more complicated picture.
We’ve become accustomed to solving all our problems with more spending, but at what point must we question our national solvency?
With the arrival of one virus, our legal rights seem to have been deemed irrelevant, completely subordinated to the arbitrary whims of politicians, all in the name of ‘safety.’
After watching Biden over his career, and more closely this year, I’m left feeling like a panelist on the old ‘To Tell the Truth’ TV show. Somebody please say it: ‘Will the real Joe Biden please stand up?’
This November, election integrity is on the ballot as well. If the final tally is close, is there any doubt which way the final votes will land?
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