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Trump’s GOP has abandoned everything conservativism stands for—and thus us, conservatives

Now that the Donald Trump takeover of the Republican Party is complete and the businessman is the GOP’s official nominee for president in the November election, it is abundantly clear that the party that once was of Dwight Eisenhower’s, Ronald … Continue reading

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My endorsement for president 2016

The presidential campaign this election year is one of the weirdest I can remember. It’s one of the most divisive—albeit not as divisive as 2008—but also one of the most confusing, because, for the first time in my adult life, … Continue reading

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The wealthy benevolence of Donald Trump

Back in the day when the prospect of Donald Trump becoming the Republican nominee for president sounded like—in fact, was—a bad joke, there already were people who supported the New York businessman’s presidential bid. Interestingly enough, the first person who … Continue reading

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A more perfect union — or a marriage of convenience

After Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast of the United States in 2012, we all had the chance to see the photo of president Barack Obama and New Jersey governor Chris Christie walking almost hand in hand through some of … Continue reading

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The Republican Party needs to be the party of common sense—not the opposite

Yesterday the Republican National Committee posted a questionnaire on Facebook asking their fans “to help shape the future of the Republican Party.” I took the questionnaire and answered truthfully according to how I feel, but at the same time I felt that … Continue reading

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Time to put a Texan in the White House

During my career, I’ve worked with many very smart and many not-so-smart people. I’ve always liked the smart ones better, of course, because I could always learn from them. But ever so often, I have also disagreed with them and … Continue reading

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