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Soros wants the votes
By Mr. David Zanotti

Mr. Soros wants the votes and he is willing to pay for them. He is willing to fund Progressive think tanks and leaders with millions of dollars every year. Their goal? Add 10 million new voters to the rolls that the Progressive movement can control through entitlement policies and government dependency. 

Sure, that sounds like a plot line from a tawdry internet conspiracy folder. What if it actually is a plot line from emails written by and embraced by Soros operatives? Here is the link to the leak that tells the story. Bottom line - Mr. Soros and his progressive allies have a game plan for American elections. They want to control the outcomes for a generation to come and they are working and paying right now to reach their objectives. 


Thursday, August 25, 2016, 11:06 AM

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Voting for No One
By Mr. David Zanotti

This is an observation. It will likely create an angry response. It is also a question. I hear people saying they are voting for no one for President. I suppose that voting for no one might be logical in a race for municipal judge or township trustee maybe even a statewide protest against two bad options. The outcome of a no vote there results in letting neighbors decide a local elected office for a brief period of time. A no vote on the Presidency? Is that logical with stakes so high? 

Presidents are usually disappointing. I cannot think of one in my lifetime that exceeded expectations. I cannot think of one who did not make mistakes, especially on Supreme Court decisions. But walking away? I listened to Glenn Beck on FOX News tonight trying to explain his "I won't vote for President" position. I still don't get it. 

One more observation. I don't hear anyone on the Left who did not support Mrs. Clinton for the Democrat nomination calling for a "no" vote on the Presidency. Has anyone done the math on this? 


Monday, August 22, 2016, 10:21 PM

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It is always the same
By Mr. David Zanotti

News flash! The mainstream media in America is biased. They will stop at almost nothing to discredit and destroy any political candidate with whom they disagree. We seem to forget this reality every four years. Then a Presidential election comes around and the media moguls at NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, MSNBC and the major newspapers across the nation bare their teeth and come out swinging.

It is never fair. It is never balanced. It is seldom accurate. Every election the media builds up a Republican nominee from January to July. They try their best to make people believe the race will be a close contest. This is done solely to promote ad dollars which flow into their coffers. Then once the Conventions are over, the media destroys the Republican candidate. This has been the case for the past 16 years at least. It does not matter who the Republican candidate is. This year it is a whole-hog, all out beat down of Donald Trump. When the man breathes he is guilty of something. Mrs. Clinton, on the other hand, is given a free pass on almost any story that appears negative to her campaign. 

Need proof? What do you think the media would have said if the Orlando shooter's father had appeared on stage in the select crowd at a Trump rally? 

It's not just Trump. The media would have done exactly the same thing to Cruz or Bush or Rubio. The issues would have been different but the methodology the same. Get rid of the Republican - in any way possible. 

This is not an endorsement for Trump or any candidate. It is an honest attempt to tell the truth about the American media. They are simply not objective. They should just change their logos and admit their loyalties. 

Thursday, August 11, 2016, 10:16 PM

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37/73 - Where is our refuge?
By Mr. David Zanotti

Did you watch Bill Clinton's speech Tuesday night at the DNC? It would be good for all Americans to carefully review that speech. It also would be good to do so with a good history fact site near by. For me, that night also drives me to turn to Psalm 37 and Psalm 73. These passages have always been a source of profound inspiration - especially as we see people doing the wrong things and yet seemingly getting rewarded in culture with more success, more wealth and more power. 

Psalm 37 and 73. A universal reminder and antidote. Highly recommended. 

Wednesday, July 27, 2016, 06:37 AM

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Thanks Al, for explaining things
By Mr. David Zanotti

Al Franken is a funny guy and a good communicator. Some of his bits from SNL are truly memorable. Today he is a US Senator from Minnesota. He spoke at the Democratic Convention. He showed America what commitment looks like. He told the delegates that when they got home they needed to get to work, knocking on doors, doing whatever it takes. They needed to forget their jobs and their kids and get busy to elect Democrats, especially Hillary Clinton. He was careful to explain that an 8-year old can take care of himself without a parent. He can operate a microwave oven, even teach a four-year old how to run the microwave as well. 

So is this why Democrats keep winning? They forsake everything for their cause. That's what they teach, what they call for, what they demand. 

Monday, July 25, 2016, 09:14 PM

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