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My Conditional Support For Trump In 2024

Trump became wealthy in one of the toughest real estate markets in the world, so I can understand why he developed the habit of striking back at critics with razor-sharp elbows. But winning the hearts and minds of undecided voters is an entirely different game that requires a far higher level of finesse.

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Lessons From Mike Rowe: There Is Dignity In Hard Work… And Opportunity

Rowe pushed the importance of the trades, and the joke was on most college students or graduates. The tradesmen that Mike highlighted were making six figures doing honest work with their hands and their minds. Those who chose a course different from four years of college made serious money without the six-figure student loan debt.

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Harry Chapin’s Genius And 1960s Folk Era Wisdom Aren’t Just For Commies And Radicals

There is still a part of me, though, that responds to Harry’s challenge, but only if it is done at a smaller level. A local level. I realize it’s the top-down grand policies imposed by government motivated by a mixed bag of vested interests that is the real danger. You see someone hungry – feed them. A government welfare program to end hunger by disincentivizing work and making citizens totally dependent on government with its destabilizing effects on families – I want none of it.

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Joe Biden — Ingenious Idiot

As if splintering his own party weren’t enough, Joe also managed to offend the Democrats’ most loyal voting bloc: the black community.  He not only imposed vaccine mandates, but said he’d lost patience with those resisting it.  He apparently didn’t notice that members of the black community are the biggest resisters to the vaccine.  It harkens back to their distrust of government-ordered medical treatment from the Tuskegee experiments.  Now we have the image of a white guy ordering blacks to take an experimental treatment.  

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