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How the Electoral College kept four California counties from dictating to the entire nation! by Miguel A. Faria, MD

As Ronald Reagan used to say, when repeatedly correcting misstatements, “here we go again!” And yes, I repeatedly hear the United States of America referred to as a democracy by both parroting ignorants as well as those who know or should know better. Just recently a letter to the editor in my local paper argued …

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Politicization and a potential Fifth Column in Obama’s CIA is disturbing by Miguel A. Faria, MD

No one can accuse me of being an inorderly harsh critic of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Quite the opposite. I have written at least two articles defending the CIA over the years, even when politically incorrect to do so. Truth be told, unlike the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), which has been relatively left …

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Random thoughts on the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States by James I. Ausman, MD, PhD

Trump called Alex Jones to thank him and his listeners for their support. It looks like the Counter Coup worked. But there has been no release of Hillary’s health record that I was expecting the weekend before the election. I think all Americans are seeing for the first time the behavior of the Left, the …

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Faria: The Electoral College in the U.S. Constitutional Republic

This summer at least three editorials have appeared in my local, Georgia newspaper, the Macon Telegraph, about how the Electoral College process works and explaining why our Founding Fathers created that system for presidential elections. They were not always accurate. One writer, for example, wrote, “The framers… felt the common, everyday, average, eligible voter was …

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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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Educated citizens, including Christians, have a civic responsibility to vote — preferably for Donald Trump!

I do not mind disagreeing with a fellow conservative when he happens to be local columnist Erick Erickson. Erickson has become the self-appointed arbiter of the limits of “respectable” conservatism. Anyone transcending beyond those limits is to be ostracized, as has happened with his attacks on Donald Trump. But Trump happens to be the man …

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