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The Role Pence Plays In The Trump White House

September 4, 2017 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ Vice President Mike Pence traveled through Latin America in August at a time when Venezuela was erupting with unrest. In April, Pence visited ally South Korea and stood on its border with its menacing neighbor to warn North Korea after a recent missile test that “the era of strategic patience is […]

New White House Chief Of Staff Is Up To The Task

August 2, 2017 by

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By Steven Bucci ~ Retired Marine Gen. John Kelly is now the new White House chief of staff. Known as the gatekeeper to the president, the chief of staff is a powerful but often thankless job. If the president does not have a good chief of staff, the entire administration’s agenda is at risk, as […]

Memo To President Trump – Don’t Lose Focus; After 100 Days You Are Making A Difference

May 16, 2017 by

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By Dr. Robin McFee ~ Not that you would read it in the “attack Trump media” but the president is making good on some of his campaign promises, and it appears some of his early efforts are paying off.  But with forces against traditional America, and the Trump agenda, and the omnipresent attacks designed to […]

What Does It Mean To Discredit Radical Islamic Ideology?

March 20, 2017 by

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By Lawrence Sellin Ph.D. ~ Many experts, genuine or self-proclaimed, assert that the battle against radical Islam will be won, not so much by killing its adherents, but by discrediting the ideology. That sounds profound indeed, yet, what exactly does it mean? Former Trump National Security Advisor retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn in his 2016 […]

Trump Halfway To First 100 Days

March 11, 2017 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ President Donald Trump this week threw his support behind a House Republican plan aimed at repealing and replacing Obamacare. While it’s not yet to the liking of everyone in his party, a health care proposal was a key pledge candidate Trump said would be part of his first 100 days in […]

The Chasm Widens

January 26, 2017 by

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By Tom McLaughlin ~ Not many people in the Portland, Maine area see the world as I do. It’s been five years since my wife and I bought a second home across the bridge in South Portland and I’ve kept a low profile. I do meet, however, with a group of writers every couple of […]

Senate Casts Eye On Global Hot Spots

January 15, 2017 by

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By Dr. Peter Brookes ~ Russia tops chart as Trump’s security picks scrutinized While a lot of white-hot issues will be hammered on in the coming weeks during U.S. Senate confirmation hearings for the incoming administration’s Cabinet secretaries, no topic will generate more sparks than Russia. No real surprise. Moscow has been a huge headache […]