Donald Trump: American hero, win or lose

No matter what happens in the election, Donald Trump has – in hero-like fashion – come forth to fight a dragon that for years left most Republicans cowering. The “politically correct” left and its media minions who rule over Washington usually terrorize dissenters. Yes, Trump has been scorched by the dragon’s flaming breath, but despite flaws, his courage, vision and unusual media skills have helped him fight back, bringing him through many trials to this final moment of decision for the American people. Few pundits can understand the huge and excited crowds that wait in line all day to be part of a Trump rally. As with any hero, his bravery has awakened others. And although this awakening may grow stronger in defeat, in decisive victory it will almost certainly overwhelm Washington, D.C. It has to do with the force of truth, which has an awakening power and is the natural enemy to all the lies that have kept us sound asleep, while our national “house” is on fire. Yes, there will be fierce resistance … Continue Reading

Veteran Democrat warns against ‘Clinton tyranny’

“Either we win this election,” Donald Trump said recently, “or we’re going to lose our country.” Trump warns about this often and with increasing urgency, but I wonder how many voters outside his base find it believable. I’m talking about the ones who can still make a difference in this election, the “never Trump” conservatives and the undecided moderates in both parties who, against their better judgment, are leaning toward Hillary Rodham Clinton – or washing their hands of both nominees. Many brave GOP candidates for House and Senate have stood with Trump through withering fire because they understand the alternative. Too many of us don’t. Too many voters ignore the ominous warning signs – based on the past and current behavior of my party, the Democratic Party – that a two-term HRC presidency may end up looking more like tyranny than democracy. Call this a thought experiment, but if what follows here is even remotely possible, then neutrality is not an option. Yes, I know most Americans have trouble believing something so dire could … Continue Reading

Remain America: The cold civil war of my Democratic Party

The saddest and most frustrating part of this election is not the “quality of the candidates.” It’s that voters hardly know – thanks to our clueless and subversive media culture – that in November we are doing no less than choosing a country, not only for our children and grandchildren but possibly for all future generations. Hard to believe, I know. But if we lose freedom here in America, who will rescue us from the grip of socialism as we did other nations in the last century? Voters – especially women voters – are now being heavily pressured to consider Donald Trump as an unthinkable choice for president. Yes, his “hot mic” comments from over a decade ago were unthinkable, but for many crucial reasons his candidacy is not. Ironically, the media culture – the primary voice that has corrupted American morals over many decades – is suddenly the loudest voice to condemn Trump. A culture, I should add, that was happy to pronounce Bill Clinton’s impeachment as “just about sex.” Now they’re calling on … Continue Reading