All around us today is conflict; people hating people merely because their skin is a different color, their religion is not theirs, their politics, gender, or nationality. Neighbors too often barricading themselves in their homes and schools in lockdown mode. Except for a few instances, we are losing our sense of community, of one-ness, and … Continue reading Where is God?
The President’s remarks that provoked an unprecedented storm of hate and outrage were made at a press conference about—infrastructure. President Trump explained why our infrastructure is in such terrible shape. There’s the permitting process that delays projects for years or decades, and causes costs to double, triple, quintuple, or more. This resonated with me. My … Continue reading Building up vs. Tearing Down: Trump and Charlottesville….by Jane M. Orient, M.D.
From Berkley, Ca, to Texas and New York, it is obvious that the alt-left is willing to do whatever it takes to shut down free speech if they don’t agree with it. From speakers on campuses, to movies, books, and, yes, protests, its goal is to restrict free speech in any way necessary. If complaining … Continue reading Who is wrong?
A New Report Raises Big Questions About Last Year’s DNC Hack Former NSA experts say it wasn’t a hack at all, but a leak—an inside job by someone with access to the DNC’s system. By Patrick LawrenceTwitter AUGUST 9, 2017 The Democratic National Committee headquarters, October 27, 2016. (Sipa via AP Images) It is now a year since … Continue reading Finally!!!! From “The Nation”
This past week I witnessed all citizens of Stark County, Ohio come together to celebrate the lives of seven men as they were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. These men were white and black, from different backgrounds and regions of our country, and one was born in Denmark. They were all embraced into … Continue reading What Road Do We Choose?
There is a saying that is often attributed to Thomas Jefferson that says, "A government big enough to give you everything you want is a government big enough to take away everything that you have." Truer words were never spoken as was heard on "The Week That Was" April 1st, 2017. As the trial for … Continue reading The Unbelievable Stories of Chris Kortlander, Drs. Jay and James Redd versus the Bureau of Land Management
As we look at the best ways to start a business that will ensure success, it is of utmost importance to consider what businesses are most attractive to the U.S. Government, its administration and Congress. This will allow your company to thrive without having to raise private equity money nor having to pinch pennies. For … Continue reading Business 101: How to Build a Company Off the Backs of Taxpayers