Reflections on the 2016 Election and why Trumpism won?

As a lifelong Republican, Christian-conservative, I was very enthusiastic about the 2016 election.  I saw it as a chance for conservatism to make a come-back in true Ronald Reagan style.  I started out being very jazzed about Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, they seemed young and vibrant with lots of good ideas.  I also found … More Reflections on the 2016 Election and why Trumpism won?

5 Trump Cabinet Appointees Have Serious Issues and Some Not As Much

There is little doubt that Trump’s cabinet nominees represent the largest group of millionaires and billionaires to have ever come to seats of power and influence in the history of the United States. While some supporters have termed these nominees as more qualified than ever, Trump’s detractors have punched holes in this argument and have … More 5 Trump Cabinet Appointees Have Serious Issues and Some Not As Much

Faithless Electors Should Not Shirk Their Constitutional Duty

As we soon approach the January 2017 meeting of state electors that will probably be the final step in the presidential election of Donald Trump, tensions are rising throughout the nation regarding whether those designated electors will follow the will of the voters from their states or become what has been characterized as a “faithless … More Faithless Electors Should Not Shirk Their Constitutional Duty