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Who is to blame for the country’s climate of divisiveness and political violence? by Miguel A. Faria, MD

The liberal media bias and their overt hostility toward Republicans and against President Trump specifically has reached alarming proportions in the Republic — a form of government where the press is given constitutional protection for the preservation of freedom and in the public interest, that is, all citizens not just progressive Democrats and socialists. Instead …

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Going downhill by Miguel A. Faria, MD

Since the departure of Mr. Charles Richardson from The Macon Telegraph, our local newspaper has rapidly degenerated to a liberal fish wrap that ignores the voice of the local community and depends largely on the elitist opinion of The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times. In local opinion coverage, the paper has fallen down …

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Wishful thinking and divining Donald Trump by Miguel A. Faria, MD

A recent column by Bill Ferguson, a Telegraph (Macon) columnist, discusses the art of the possible, certainly not in terms of mathematical probability, but in terms of historical political guesswork. Ferguson asks, “Could Trump be worst U.S. President ever?” One suspects wishful thinking in this act of political divination. Apparently, Ferguson thinks he has found …

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Defying the experts: Why they were wrong about everything by Russell L. Blaylock, MD

What just happened in the 2016 presidential election in many ways was unprecedented and in other ways was expected by keen observers and deep thinkers. Fox News interviewed a university pollster who admitted that all the pollsters, all the political analysts and all the political pundits, were wrong. The only ones who were correct were …

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Donald Trump President Elect — One Man’s View of the 2016 Election Coverage!

I don’t watch television frequently, but I did so last night, and my wife and I stayed up for the U.S. presidential election coverage — until it was over. We alternated between watching ABC News and CBS News. On ABC News, George Stephanopoulos and Cokie Roberts and the roaming correspondent Cecilia Vega were some of …

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