Tag Archives: presidential candidates

Is American Democracy Eroding?

To say this political season has brought us much angst, would be the biggest understatement of the year. They say a day in a political campaign is like a lifetime. If this is true, then we have all aged considerably this election cycle with seven more lifetimes to come this week. Now the unsettling events […]

On 11/9 We Will Not Lose Our Republic

Our nation has endured much in its first 240 years. We have survived a devastating and divisive Civil War. We have dealt with heart wrenching wars that have taken a toll on our families and youth. We were overwhelmed by a great depression.  We have self-corrected our misdeeds like slavery and woman’s suffrage. And yes, […]

American’s have a Big Decision on Election Day (and it’s not for president)

Breaking News –  there is a U.S. presidential election ending on November 8th.  One would have to have been asleep like Rip Van Winkle to not know.  I keep hearing that people are so disenfranchised and dissatisfied with the choice between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton that they are thinking of NOT VOTING at all. […]

Your Vote Matters in November

Labor Day marks the unofficial kickoff to the stretch run of the U.S. presidential election. To say that people are tuned off about their choices of the two major party presidential candidates could be the largest understatement since a teacher told Albert Einstein he wasn’t very smart. She is viewed as untrustworthy by 59% of […]