Politically Thinking

When I read of the stupidest acts being committed in the name of political activism and just how far left the liberals are more than willing to go to advance their perverted agendas and how empathetic the hollow minded intellectuals have become, I look up at the stars and say to them: “Bear witness to…

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Friends of Warner

Friends of Warner: Today was Election Day and despite the winter storm, a fair amount of people showed up to cast their votes with estimates between 500 and 600. Four of 6 candidates were present, they being Janice Lawz, Clyde Carson, Judy Neuman and myself, Edward L Ordway Jr. The other two Mike Ayotte and Ginger…

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How Local Elections Mirror The National State of Affairs

There comes a time when a nation truly stands at the precipice of moral ambiguity and loss of principal and all that it would take to push it off is for the towns and villages and cities of that nation to fully implement the immoral and lawless activities of those voted in by the people…

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Political Cowardice On The March

Just another day in the world of political cowardice and ambiguous statements and retreating in mass! According to our New Hampshire State Representative Natalie Wells of District 25 which includes the Town of Warner, the House voted in favor of allowing transgender surgeries to minors by a vote of 164 against 162. Incredible as it sounds,…

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3 times it is said that a drowning man rises to the surface, there is no fourth. How many times can a nation rise above its chaos only to be dragged back down into the infernal fires of divisions and hate before it rises no more?

Endless books have been and are written by those purporting to have the answers, but in the end they must also admit that their writings have had little effect on the outcome. America is a nation in deep distress and agony as forces foreign to her founders are tearing the very fabric of what had…

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The Blame Game

When the winds blow in the desert, the sand dunes change their shapes and positions and the Chameleon changes its color to conceal itself. Do we see any difference among the politicians in Washington as they accuse one another and hurl angry insults and keep the fires of inflammatory rhetoric blazing at a furious rate?…

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Well, here goes another demonstration on how to destroy the peoples confidence in their elected government’s ability to govern.

By now it should be obvious that that Congress is perhaps the most useless tool in the government’s-handbag. After all, which Representative or Senator in their right mind would effectively shut down a country based on an inability to come to an agreement? None except perhaps Germany and America! The big questions that need to…

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Yesterday’s witnesses to tomorrow’s ruins

Yesterday’s witnesses to tomorrow’s ruins As the world turns, the children play and the adults look away. If our ancestors could awaken and see what has become of us, what would their reactions be? Cries of dismay or a joyous cause for celebrations? If you could turn back the clock, how far would you dare…

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Jerusalem, the capital of Israel

In the International world of politics, having the backbone and courage to defy the highly corrupt and high handed United Nations is the mark of a noble character. May more men and women like President Trump take a stand and declare Jerusalem to be the capital of Israel. Isn’t it odd that that almost all…

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McCarthy-style targeting of Jill Stein proves Democrats have truly lost the plot

Danielle Ryan is an Irish freelance journalist. Having lived and worked in the US, Germany and Russia, she is currently based in Budapest, Hungary. Her work has been featured by Salon, The Nation, Rethinking Russia, Russia Direct, teleSUR, The BRICS Post and others. Follow her on Twitter @DanielleRyanJ, check out her Facebook page, or visit…

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