I’m sick and tired of the hate. President Trump i
President Trump hasn’t helped, but he ha
What happened on Wednesday, January 6 was dis
A note on the Capitol Police: They are one of the most professional law enforcement organizations I have ever seen. I was on Capitol Hill during the Kavanaugh disruptions. The Capitol Police were firm and effective. In this case, they were simply overwhelmed. There were insufficient numbers to stop what happened. Fourteen officers were injured. That is unacceptable.
No, I did not like the 2020 election results. I have questions about the fairness of the election and the integr
It is difficult. Certainly, it is more difficult than being a keyboard warrior spreading hat
Since the election, I have endeavored to not post about President-elect Joe Biden on social media. Yet, I have seen constant drivel ab
The mainstream media are not helping either. If anything, news outlets are relying on sensationalism and politica
Let’s be clear: President Trump is not without blame. Do I think he wanted a group of idiots to storm the Capitol? Of course not. But he did feed the frustration. I voted for him twice, but I am less than satisfied with his post-election antics. Once the electors voted on December 14, the 2020 election was over.
If President Trump genuinely believes—as I do—that there were abuses in electoral process, there is a simple way to find out. Obtain the voting lists from key states and compare them with death information and changes of address. There are commercial databases that provide information on both.
Nor is President-elect Biden without blame. His impassioned rant after the recent violence was a partisan attack on the sitting president. It is also difficult to forget the insult
The hypocrisy is most upsetting. President Trump’s challenge to the elect
Members of Congress, represent
I heartily condemn the Capitol rioters. I condemn all rioters. I also condemn the haters, even friends and colleagues, who sp
Do I have confidence in President-elect Biden? No, but I will give him a chance. I will not join the “resistance.” I will not take to the streets with a “Not My President” sign. If I am not satisfied with his performance, I will criticize him, but I will not resort to the personal attacks that have defined the last four years.
We, as a nation, must move on. Get it together, people. This needs to stop now.