Category Archive: Editor’s Note

Oct 12

Racism Today

It began with slavery, included lynching, Jim Crow, segregation and lots of other truly despicable assaults against humanity. Racism can never be accurately described as “Mild” but both severity (i.e.: compared to lynching for example) and incidence have thankfully declined. The hopeful can actually see “light at the end of the tunnel” where racism will …

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Sep 28

Playing Without Rules

Why are Dems so much better at the political game than R’s? It was the question I asked myself while a political hack, desperate for re-election named Feinstein, was kneecapping Chairman Grassley on national TV. This is not my first rodeo. I began in professional politics in 1964 with a GOP State Committee position. Lots …

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Sep 18

Hard Questions For Dr. Ford

Dr. Ford, as Judge Kavanaugh’s accuser, must fully answer Judiciary Committee questions regarding all contact she, or anyone assisting her, had with political operatives regarding her accusations. If Dr. Ford has communicated with political professionals at any point during this process they must be identified and she must be subjected to rigorous questioning by the …

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Sep 05

How Bad Is It and Will It Ever End?

Your editor’s professional political career began with a State GOP Committee in 1964. It has included consultant duties for two GOP Presidents. I have seen some stuff! I have never seen anything like the Kavanaugh hearings. Yesterday morning this editor wrote about the behavior of almost half of the Senate’s Judiciary Committee at the hearing …

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Sep 04

Dumb Dem Damage

Both political parties have some stupid elected officials but the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing this morning demonstrated a shocking universality to dumb, rude, and crude behavior by every Democrat Committee Member. They did it on National Television for everyone to see and hear. Senator Schumer (who orchestrated it and Pelosi who, no doubt, contributed content) probably …

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Aug 23

Constitutional Crises Coming Quickly

The coup attempt involving teams of political operatives from Obama’s “Deep State” is starting to surface from exposure in the sunshine. Frightening efforts by U.S. Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies… To beat Trump in the 2016 election To de-legitimize him as President-Elect then as President To block his efforts to “drain the Swamp” and return …

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Aug 19

White Nationalists-Black Lives Matter et al

White Nationalists-Black Lives Matter et al Editor’s Note: There are very few White Nationalists. No matter-not one of them or any other white racist for that matter has ever made it onto the lineup for an NBA team. Not even close because they just don’t have what it takes. They can’t compete at that level. …

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Aug 14

One Statesman Standing

Our Founding Fathers were, in the final analysis, Statesmen. Most were rough and tumble politicians as well but they would not consciously harm our fragile new nation for selfish political gain. Their “Red Line” was real and enforced to block political greed. Politics was a temporary public service and citizen’s duty when called upon to …

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Jul 14

Rosenstein’s Weasel’s Words

Lawyers, politicians, reporters and others seeking CYA when speaking publically use weasel words. Lawyers who are also politicians are even worse about weasel words as evidenced by Deputy AG, Rob Rosenstein, at his news conference on Friday. With weasel words noted, he said… “People who speculate about federal investigations USUALLY* do not know all of …

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May 02

Fair Play with Trump, Mueller and Rosenstein

Solution by: Editor@thePoliticalProphet.com Absent any evidence of a serious crime, the stilted rules of a prosecutor’s interrogation are inappropriate for a proceeding with the President of the United States. Right now, the same is true of Mueller and Rosenstein though for different reasons. Instead, Cong. Trey Gowdy, a staunch defender of Trump, Muller and Rosenstein, …

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