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The product of a military family, growing up in Naples, Italy and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and being stationed in Germany for two years while in the Army, Vince spent half of his first quarter century seeing the US from outside of its own borders. That perspective, along with a French wife and two decades as a struggling entrepreneur have only fueled an appreciation for freedom and the fundamental greatness of the gifts our forefathers left us.

Posts by Vince

ClintonTrump

Ted Cruz’s Only Hope for Indiana and Beyond: “The Government didn’t build the American Dream…”

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This has been a tough week for Ted Cruz. He lost 5 states by double digits. Of course they were all northeastern states which means there’s a snowball’s chance in Hell that they will be landing in the red column in November. Nonetheless Trump won them fair and square and he appears to have momentum…. Read more »

Populist

“A Republic, if you can keep it.” Donald Trump and the Tyranny of the Mob…

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  For the last eight years I’ve been shaking my head, simply bewildered that so many Americans could be so insane as to vote for Barack Obama for president. Not surprisingly, once Obama was ensconced in the White House things played out pretty much as predicted with virtually every month bringing new news of a… Read more »

Sharia

War is Hell: Ted Cruz, Dresden and Monitoring Muslim Neighborhoods…

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I saw a segment last week of Ted Cruz on the Jimmy Kimmel show. Kimmel asked Cruz about his proposal to monitor Muslim neighborhoods. Cruz answered, and then, not surprisingly, Kimmel asked whether or not monitoring those neighborhoods would just create more terrorists. In the end Kimmel stated that they would have to agree to… Read more »

CICTrump

Donald Trump as the Isolationist in Chief… Not a Recipe for Success

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As I’ve said before, if Donald Trump is the nominee I will vote for him over anyone the donkey party runs. Why? One reason… the single greatest threat to our nation is open borders and the continued entry of people from failed states with no understanding or appreciation for limited government or individual rights. The… Read more »

Property Andrew Hefter

The coming Armageddon – Donald Trump may be the match, but the GOP set the kindling…

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Absent a political earthquake, Donald Trump will be the GOP’s nominee for President of the United States. It is possible that he won’t, but the odds are long. His nomination will set the nation on a disastrous course that is only partly – and a small part at that – of his making. When Donald… Read more »

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Angry GOP Voters and Donald Trump – The Enemy of My Enemy is Not My Friend

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I’m angry. I’m actually damn angry. I’m angry that Americans have twice voted into the highest office in the land a man who is demonstrably anti-American, who sows racial tension, who has sought to destroy free markets, who has turned much of the nation into a welfare state and who has crippled the American military… Read more »

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The Art of the Steal… Democrats voting in GOP contests make a HUUGGEEE difference

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Back in 2008 Rush Limbaugh had a bit called “Operation Chaos” where he suggested Republicans in Ohio and elsewhere cross over and vote for Hillary Clinton in the Democrat primary. The goal was to keep Clinton in the race to blunt the lead of Barack Obama and cause more chaos on the Democrat side. Well,… Read more »

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Cleveland Convention Chaos, Donald Trump and the Rule of Law…

By 54 Comments 1,787 views

Those who say that if Trump has a plurality of the delegates by the time the GOP gets to the convention he should be given the nomination, sound like a vapid Miss America contestant calling for “World Peace”. That’s not to suggest that Trump shouldn’t walk away from the convention with the nomination, but rather… Read more »

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What will Rush Limbaugh’s legacy be: Footnote or Patriot? Now is his time to decide…

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I’ve been listening to Rush Limbaugh since about 1992. Although he claims to be right 99.8% of the time or something like that, I find that I only agree with him about 97% of the time. I’ve listened with great interest as he has eloquently exposed the left’s perniciousness in situations where I saw nothing… Read more »