But I digress.
Rube e-mailed me early this morning after he read a news report that said Kasich was pulling out of the Republican presidential race. “Will,” he said, “I reckon as how I smell somethin’ a goin’ on with the Republicans.”
He then went on to ask if he could put another guest post on my blog. I told him, “Sure, by all means.”
So here is Rube… Continue reading
I keep reading on Facebook and other places where the establishment Republicans, and even some conservative Republicans have stated that if Trump gets the nomination for president, they will vote for Hillary, or they won’t bother to vote at all. As I see it, every non-vote for the Donald would put Madam Hillary one vote closer to the presidency.
This makes absolutely no sense to me. I liken it to cutting the nose off an ugly face just to spite the face. If one were to do that, the ugly face would in… Continue reading
Why Is That Trump Feller So Popular With The People and Not With The Establishment Republicans—A Guest Post by Rube
Greetings folks. Well, Rube asked if he could weigh in again today. He had some observations that coincide with mine, so I said, “yes, by all means, let’s see what you have to say.” So as usual, without further ado, here’s Rube.
Howdy, folks. I was a listenin’ ta that Rush Limbaugh feller on the radio the other day, and I reckon as how he said some things I just had to agree with. He was a talkin’ about that Trump… Continue reading
I believe this election year may well be the tipping point for the United States of America. Rabbi Jonathan Cahn wrote a spellbinding Biblical based novel a few years ago describing the falling away from God by the Ancient Israelites around 722 B.C. In the beginning, God entered a covenant with Israel that said as long as they remained true to His ways He would always protect them. They eventually began to fall away and, after several warnings, God finally destroyed that country. It wasn’t until twenty six and a half centuries later(1947) that He gave them another little… Continue reading
This post ran last July about the time the primary season started, but in light of the tone of the primary elections, I think it bears a second go around.
I think America needs a new major political party—not a third party, but a real, and viable, 2nd party. The problem in American politics today is that we are living under the delusion that we have a two party system; but the reality is, we have a quasi two party system with a few splinter parties; and we have only one… Continue reading
This blog was originally posted on October 26, of last year, but with the current political primary elections taking place right now, I think it bears posting again.
There is a notion being bandied about these days(mostly by liberals) that the United States is a democracy. Some have even erroneously referred to our system of government as a representative democracy. Are we a democracy or a representative republic—or have we morphed into an oligarchy? Let’s explore these questions a bit further.
democracy—a noun An organization where everyone is treated equally and has… Continue reading
Greetings friends and followers of this blog. A while back I said I was going shift gears and blog more about nostalgia and things of the past. Well, current events are such that I’m afraid I’m going to have to renege on that pledge.
Most liberal Democrats of today like to tout themselves as progressives. Is that a good thing, or a bad thing? Well…how many of us remember those famous words of Bill Clinton when he said: “it depends on what the meaning of the word ‘is’, is? My definition of… Continue reading
Greetings, blog followers. Well Rube has another guest post he wanted to share with y’all, so without further ado, here’s Rube.
A couple a weeks or so back, I wrote a piece about how I reckoned as how that Trump feller would drop out of the presidential race at some later date. Well, I reckon as how I mighta been right. I see on the news where he says he is not gonna take part in the upcoming January 28 debates on… Continue reading
Greetings friends and blog followers. I recently came into the possession of some old radio broadcasts of an era long gone, but not forgotten. Last night I had the pleasure of traveling back in time to the 1940s, where I spent time with Fibber McGee and Molly. When I was a youngster, we, as a family used to sit in the living room and spend the evening before bedtime listening to the radio. The radios in those days were large and were part of the living room furniture, as is observed… Continue reading