Category Archives: Trust

How I lost my home after the 2012 election

I am fortunate to live in a truly lovely neighborhood. It is unique, especially when compared to today’s “planned” neighborhoods. It has woods with walking paths, parks, a swimming lake, summer camp, parades, and special events found nowhere else. I thought … Continue reading

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30 faces or… how to make Hillary Clinton seem wonderful

Row 1: Rabil, Inouye, Parks, Clemente, Powell, Peron, I. Gandhi, Mineta. Row 2: Robinson, Sotomayor, Biko, Obama, Clinton, Sacagawea, Ichiro. Row 3: Dalai Lama, Albright, Walker, Hossein, Chung, Bhutto, M. Gandhi, Lilioukalani. Row 4: Chavez, Rice, Chawla, Mandela, Rai, Anthony, … Continue reading

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Does ANYBODY want the TRUTH?

With so many people acting like Benghazi is a big nothing burger, and that no answers are left to be found, I thought it was time to revisit this piece, which points out a few of the dots, connections, and … Continue reading

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Brief Benghazi Blame Timeline

This piece was first published on my blog Commentari on May 13, 2013 under the title Never the video. It is presented here in its entirety with no edits. Hillary Clinton’s comments over the caskets of the dead on September … Continue reading

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“No matter how we reform health care, we will keep this promise to the American people: If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor. Period. If you like your health care plan, you’ll be able … Continue reading

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a life lesson

I like to broach subjects that are a bit uncomfortable with my kids while we are in the car. No one can walk away. And we aren’t forced to look into each other’s eyes. One day I asked them, “What … Continue reading

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