Thursday, April 28, 2016



I listened to most of Donald Trump's first major address to the nation yesterday as the "presumptive" Republican Party presidential nominee.  

Frankly, regardless of what the pundits and the anti-Trump camps would wish for, I thought it was a good speech.  He laid out his general, overall foreign policy and did not... as he shouldn't... get into details.  When you're dealing with such things, you're much better off as president to play your cards close to your vest; talk general overall policy, but keep the details to yourself.  What is necessary to be successful in achieving your goals and complying with your policy is just as subject to change as is the direction of the wind.   

I'm not going to go into picking apart what he had to say, as is everyone else.  You need to step back and get a better perspective of the overall picture... how the pieces of the puzzle fit together.   I was impressed with the demeanor, the tone and the tenor of what he had to say and how he said it.  

It's like a breath of fresh air just blew through the streets of Washington.  I'm sure both the Republican and the Democrat establishments are shaking in their sneakers.  

That's MY AMERICAN OPINION, respectfully submitted.  

Wednesday, April 27, 2016



There's been a lot of ink devoted to trying to get at the transcripts of speeches made by Hillary Clinton to Goldman Sachs and other financial powerhouses... speeches that she now refuses to release transcripts of.  We're now learning that Ms. Clinton rejected allowing her audiences to have their cell phones on, to take pictures or to use recording devices during her speeches, which usually netted $225,000 each plus expenses.  And for the first time, the companies paying for the speeches banned the press from attending.  

Don't these actions on the part of Clinton underscore the fact that we definitely do not need her in the White House?  

That's MY AMERICAN OPINION, respectfully submitted. 

Tuesday, April 26, 2016



I suggested the other day that I felt the RNC was funding both Cruz and Kasich in a desperate attempt to keep Trump from getting to 1,237 delegates going into the Republican Convention.  How else, I reasoned, could they be getting the funding to keep their campaigns alive?  

Now, it's out in the open.  Cruz and Kasich have cut a deal in which they have dropped all pretense of seeking the presidency and out-rightly announced that their only purpose now is to keep Trump from reaching his goal.  So what do they expect in return for this tremendous time and effort on their part?  Well, it has to be a darned good reward and that makes it obvious: If Cruz and Kasich will keep Trump from his 1,237, that throws the convention into contention and the "establishment" will allow and engineer it so that Cruz and Kasich gain the party's nomination.  

By way of further conjecture, since the RNC establishment has no real love for Cruz either and arguing that Kasich stands the best chance against Clinton, Kasich will top the ticket.  

How obvious can it be that the "establishment" has no intention of cleaning up its act?  If they succeed in pulling this off... making winners out of two losers... there is going to be absolutely no change in the way they treat Americans or in the shabby way they conduct their duties in Congress.  

Trump supporters need to really pull together now and, for the sake of the future of our country, they need to do everything possible to solidify their vote and put the evildoers in their places.  

That's MY AMERICAN OPINION, respectfully submitted.

Monday, April 25, 2016



Forget his missile tests and his growing nuclear weapons arsenal... Kim Jong-Il has something even more dangerous and powerful that he can already use against us. 

You've been recently made aware of the fact that electromagnetic pulses are capable of knocking down our national power grid.  Peter Vincent Pry, a national security analyst, warns that
North Korea now has two satellites orbiting over the United States capable of performing a surprise electromagnetic pulse attack at an altitude and trajectory that evades U.S. National Missile Defenses. 
The satellites are orbiting at an altitude of 300 miles with trajectories that put them daily over the U.S.

Rest well tonight, folks.  Obama surely has our backs. 

That's MY AMERICAN OPINION, respectfully submitted.  

Saturday, April 23, 2016


I've had it up to here with all of this politically correct horseshit.  The plain and simple fact of the matter is this: if you are going to allow your wife, fiancee, girlfriend, mother, sister or daughter to go into a restroom that may be occupied by a male, whether you know him or not, you are out of your ever lovin' gourd.  Furthermore, if you are going to allow any slick-talking politician, liberal, bureaucrat or other jackass to tell you that you are wrong on this stance, then you are sick and deranged.  

If you are going to allow a man to open his fly and piss in the open in your downtown public streets, you have lost all sense of decency and morality, whether you live in San Francisco or not.   

If you are going to allow any partisan drum beater to tell you that you cannot fly the American flag, display a cross in your yard or pray in public, then you're not an American.  And if you're going to allow a politician, bureaucrat or judge to tell you that you cannot publicly voice your opinion about Muslims, gays, felons, illegals, radical Islamic terrorists or anything else that comes to mind... then you are no better than a weenie... a political zombie.  

Period, case closed, end of the story.

That's MY AMERICAN OPINION, respectfully submitted.  

Friday, April 22, 2016



A lay minister for the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Georgia was fired from his job with the Georgia Department of Public Health in 2014 because of something he said in a sermon.  Sermon topics preached by Dr. Eric Walsh included “following God, having compassion on the poor, health, marriage, sexuality, world religions, science, creationism, and more.” Walsh is now suing the State of Georgia.  

Both the Constitutional rights of free speech and religious liberty have been transgressed.  The day is here... upon us... when people of religious faith are going to have to stand up and literally fight for their rights, right here in America. 

 That's MY AMERICAN OPINION, respectfully submitted.