This week we said goodbye to a great leader, President George H.W. Bush – known for his service to the country, his kindness and strength, and his zest for life.
What will you remember most about our 41st President? That’s the first question in our new Weekly Poll.
Unfortunately the remembrance of a remarkable life was marred by the usual Trump hatred and media bias. The liberals just can’t help themselves, can they?
Meanwhile it seems that most Americans aren’t all that interested in what the Clintons have to say. Bill and Hillary’s “arena tour” is facing underwhelming attendance and ticket sales, and seats that once cost a fortune are now reportedly selling for $11.
Here’s something to think about: Imagine you’ve found $11 in the cushion of your couch – enough to buy a ticket to Bill and Hillary Clinton’s national tour. What do you think would be a BETTER way to spend that $11?
That’s the second question in our new Weekly Poll – I hope you have some fun with it.
The Clintons showboating illustrates just how out of touch they really are – a problem that afflicts seemingly all Democrats, all the way to the top of the party.
Just listen to DNC Chairman Tom Perez complain that voters are misinformed because they pay too much attention to what’s being told to them “from the pulpit,” by their church leaders. Who but the Democrats would view paying attention in church is a bad thing?
The left’s war on faith always becomes especially pronounced during the Christmas season – and this year, liberals who worship political correctness are going after Christianity everywhere from local communities and schools to social media.
And the left can’t even let people enjoy the fun of the holidays – they see evil in everything from the classic song “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” to the timeless tradition of “Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”
How would you describe the left’s politically-correct war on Christmas? That’s the third and final question in our new Weekly Poll.
Here in New York this week, our state legislators got an early Christmas present in the form of a big pay raise, and Bill de Blasio is playing the Grinch by cracking down on the ride-sharing operations like Uber and Lyft that people enjoy using – and of course making New Yorkers pay the price.
Have a great weekend!