John F. McManus
Trump supporters are tired of promises not being kept by Democrats or Republicans, of changes in the nation’s culture and moral standards, of being given half-truths and lies when honesty remains the best policy, and of sensing that the country is being changed — not for the better but for the betterment of an arrogant well-entrenched few.
Last January, the Obama administration quietly airlifted $400 million in foreign currency to Iran, which many felt was a cave-in, a ransom payment that America has sworn never to deliver.
Since the advent of the United Nations, the U.S. military has served as an arm of the UN, and U.S. soldiers have fought and died for that entity, even as it betrayed them.
The existing ban on DDT should be terminated. Perhaps the current scare presented by the Zika virus will lead again to the use of this remarkable and safe substance.
Hillary Clinton — who wants to be president of the United States — blatantly lied to the mother of a Benghazi victim. She has also lied on numerous other occasions about other matters.
Even though most Americans would have a difficult time explaining precisely what the term “establishment” connotes, they have sense of what it means.
Cover-ups have become a regular feature of the U.S. government’s conduct. In this case, it seems that the beneficiary is the Saudi Arabian government.
Societal disintegration exists and it needs attention. Not from the policemen who have enough to do in their frequently dangerous work, but from teachers, clergymen, parents, business leaders, and ordinary folks.
Each new report about killings committed by a person wielding a gun brings new cries for restricting, even canceling, the right of the people to keep and bear arms.
Shame on FBI Director James Comey! He supplied numerous reasons why Hillary Clinton’s should be indicted for her reckless handling of her e-mails. Yet he recommended against an indictment.