Monthly Archives: November 2018

Nancy’s Choice

Alan Zendell, November 12, 2018 Now that the Democrats have won back the House, what are they going to do with their majority? The Party’s performance in recent decades isn’t encouraging. Nancy Pelosi, if she becomes Speaker, must quickly determine … Continue reading

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Deadly Carousel

Alan Zendell, November 9, 2018 The Sandy Hook massacre occurred almost six years ago. In case you’ve erased it from you memory, twenty-seven people, mostly young children, were gunned down by a heavily armed, mentally unstable young man because he … Continue reading

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The Most Important Election Since the Great Depression

Alan Zendell, November 5, 2018 Tomorrow, the nation will participate in the fifth midterm election since Bill Clinton was elected president in 1992 – at least some of it will. There are two very significant things everyone should know about … Continue reading

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Hatemongering is Not What Made America Great

Alan Zendell, November 2, 2018 When I began America the Beautiful, I selected the maxim “Dedicated to preserving what has made America great.” It wasn’t intended to be subtle. The truth is, I hate blogs. But I hate hypocrisy and … Continue reading

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