One Day More

It’s not a secret I wasn’t a “yuge” fan of Donald Trump during the primaries. As a staunch constitutional conservative, I supported Ted Cruz, the most principled candidate among all of the contenders. I despised Trump’s disgusting, juvenile smears on Cruz and his family, including the ludicrous claim that Rafael Cruz somehow played a role in JFK’s assassination.

However, taking a cue from Cruz (who put personal animosity aside for the greater cause), once Donald become the nominee, I planned to vote for him, if only to save the country from leftist criminal Hillary Clinton — a presidency from which we never would have recovered. If you think that’s an exaggeration, I recommend watching Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democrat Party.

By the time Election Day rolled around, I cast my vote with enthusiasm and prayed that enough Americans would do the same. Thank God, together we averted disaster.

Surprisingly, most of Trump’s cabinet choices have been solid. And while I cannot admit to liking the guy, he appears to genuinely love his country and desire to make it great again  — unlike the spiteful community organizer who spent the last eight years presiding over a “fundamental transformation” of a United States of America his privileged wife had never been proud of until he’d been elected.

Most admirably, Trump refuses to play nice with our corrupt, biased media, which has largely been an appendage of the DNC, rather than an objective source of news and information, for decades.

Finally, a Republican President who calls them out instead of cowering!

As for the lame duck, click here for Ben Shapiro’s take on Obama’s legacy. If racial division, cop killing, increased Islamic terror attacks at home and abroad; targeting of Tea Party groups by the IRS; Big Government bullying of private businesses; destruction of our healthcare system; weakening of our military and national security; alienation of Israel and other important allies; and ruination of our economy were his goals, then yes, his administration was a rousing success.

And, right up until the bitter end, Obama is still inflicting damage with his Pardon Parade of Anti-American Spies and Terrorists.

Still, I pray with renewed hope and optimism that Trump will begin to undo his predecessor’s “deplorable” Executive Orders, as Andrew Napolitano explained in an interview yesterday — even if there’s not a damn thing he can do about freed traitors and terrorists.

One Day More.

One day more until we can begin to restore our nation. Yes we can…make America great again.

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‘Common Ground on Common Core’ with Kirsten Lombard

Back in February I interviewed the indefatigable Kirsten Lombard, founder of Resounding Books, political activist, editor, and author about Common Ground on Common Core: Voices from across the Political Spectrum Expose the Realities of the Common Core State Standards.

If you missed this important interview, click to listen.

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Kirsten is now offering a $2.00 discount on the book to my blog readers, as you will note from the ad in the right sidebar. Just click on the ad, then type in Promo Code DARIANNE.

Whether you have children and grandchildren or just care about the future of our country and the preservation of individual liberty, this book is a must-read. Buy Common Ground on Common Core: Voice from across the Political Spectrum Expose the Realities of the Common Core State Standards today.

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The End of Prejudice with Kelvin Smythe

Ever wonder why the left and right think so differently?

Join me for Writestream on Tuesday, June 23 at 1 p.m. Eastern when my guest is Kelvin Smythe:

Kelvin is the author of The End of Prejudice, a book which deconstructs and explains both left wing and right wing ideology. Kelvin is a long time grassroots activist who came to see the big picture where it comes to modern politics after taking a break from the game itself. Kelvin has lived in Vermont, Washington D.C., Austin, San Diego and is currently in New Orleans.

We’ll engage in a thoughtful, informative analysis of left and right to give listeners a thorough and accurate understanding of political ideology and how it affects our freedom as American citizens. Please tune in for a great interview on Tuesday, June 23 at 1 p.m. Eastern.

To listen online, click on this link to Writestream Tuesday: The End of Prejudice with Kelvin Smythe. Note: since this is a pre-recorded episode, we cannot talk your calls or comments. We hope you enjoy listening!

About the Book:

An ideological epic! The End of Prejudice is a book of ideologically epic proportions as it definitively examines and explains both modern political ideologies, taken from their true origins and extended to their furthest ends.By decoding and translating the alien ideas of the left and the right, the reader will be left with no doubts over what divides society and, with such an understanding, will be clear as to what would reverse this division and set civilization on a path toward harmony. By making the most complex of ideas simple and understandable, The End of Prejudice is not only enlightening but also exhilarating and quite often hilarious as an added bonus. If the puzzles of politics have interested you or infuriated you, you will be able to congratulate yourself after reading this book, for those mysteries will have been solved.

To learn more, visit the Amazon page for The End of Prejudice.

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