Trump Is Making Obama Great Again

By nearly any measure the presidency of Barack Obama as it is compared to that of Donald Trump’s will remind historians, and casual observers of a model administration of the federal government. Compare first year approval rates as measured by Gallup (a research company founded in 1935. Gallup conducts presidential and other polling), increase in jobs as measured by the U.S. Department of Labor, even compare mundane things like Twitter followers (nearly double as of …

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Blacks And The Party Of The One Percent

  Recently a presidential preference poll leading up to the 2016 elections determined that the candidate representing the party of Lincoln only received 1% support from African-Americans. It’s not always been that way. There was a time early in black enfranchisement when blacks preferred candidates of Lincoln’s newly formed anti-slavery progressive political party. That party left blacks before blacks left that party.  Now the only blacks left, 160 years since the beginnings of Lincoln’s political party are …

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Article 2, Section 1

When the candidate for president of the United States of America is not a “natural born citizen” that potential nominee is in violation of the U. S. Constitution. However, the highest court of the land has yet to make a preemptive ruling.  It seems the keyword in Article 2, Section 1 is “born”. As subsequent elections come and go, the 2008 presidential nomination and victory of Barack H. Obama will however remain forever historic. Not …

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