The Monday Memo

Tolerance is giving to every other human being every right that you claim for yourself. – Robert Green Ingersoll

Today’s independent commentary deals with these people/issues:

  • Threats & Hate
  • Joe Biden & SNL
  • Another One Bites the Dust
  • Trump’s Tax Returns

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The Wednesday Read

If you have to choose between being kind and being right, choose being kind and you will always be right. – Unknown

Today’s topics include:

  • Going Around on Facebook
  • Pure Hate
  • More Hate
  • Trump & Social Media

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The Monday Memo

Talent is God given. Be humble. Fame is man-given. Be grateful. Conceit is self-given. Be careful. ― John Wooden

Today’s independent commentary deals with these people/issues:

  • New Zealand & Trump
  • Trump & McCain
  • Trump & Fox News
  • March Madness

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The Wednesday Read

Maybe my mom was right all those years ago. Maybe I won’t be happy until someone loses an eye. Maybe that’s what’s been missing. – Unknown

Today’s topics include:

  • Non-Citizens & Voting
  • NFL Free Agency
  • The NBA Problem

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The Monday Memo

Only fools let compliments get to their head and criticism get to their heart. – Unknown

Today’s independent commentary deals with these people/issues:

  • The Judge & the Dog
  • West Virginia GOP
  • Trump at CPAC

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Tuesday’s Quick Hits: Green Party, Daines, SCOTUS, & Trump/Putin

Leave the gun – take the cannoli. – Peter Clemenza (Godfather)

Here are some issues that caught my attention for today:

  • Green Party
  • Daines & Russia
  • SCOTUS
  • Prump Tutin

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That Uranium One Deal/Scandal

Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth. – Buddha

Probably one of the best explanations of the “Uranium One deal-Clinton Foundation scandal” came from Fox News anchor Shepherd Smith.

The Washington Post reported that Smith debunked what his own network has called the Hillary Clinton uranium “scandal,” infuriating Fox viewers, some of whom suggested that he ought [to] work for CNN or MSNBC.

Since I am a little older, I can still remember back to a time when we wanted and expected our anchors to tell us the truth and be accurate and not partisan.

You can catch the explanation from Smith below. It’s some of the best six minutes of reporting that you will ever see from the Fox News channel:

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