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Dee Dee Sorvino is a frequent television commentator and a former aide in the Bush White House.
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National Pride is the Best

With Donald Trump as President-Elect and Mike Pence as our next Vice President, life is good.  In fact, it’s great. Those of us who supported the […]

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Yes, I Will Gloat—Trump Won YUGE!

It’s almost hard to imagine, but here we are five years after I began continuously sounding the cry as a political pundit on television and radio […]

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Vote Trump or the Republic Fails

It’s Election Day and as American elections go, it’s a day like none other. Anyone who knows history knows that there is a point in every […]

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Memo from Monica

Monica Samuels practiced law for many years before dedicating herself full-time to writing and raising two sons. She is the co-author of Comeback Moms: How to Leave Work, Raise Children, and Restart Your Career Even if You Haven’t Had a Job in Years.

Reagan Revolution Part II

Political pundits across the board are expressing total shock that Donald Trump will be our nation’s 45th president. Of particular interest are all the Republicans who […]

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ObamaCare is Key to 2016 Campaign

With less than two weeks to go, the race for the White House is finally focusing on the issue that should have topped the list of […]

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If the 2016 Election Was a Joke—It Would be a Good One

We are definitely living through an election for the history books. Victory for one side will be declared a “change election” while the other side features […]

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