While every headline brings us a new twist to this year’s struggle for the presidency, 15 people are working in the background to decide the direction the country will take. You didn’t get to vote for any of them. They were chosen.
What a shameful place to find ourselves in at the end of 2015. If all I knew about America was what I heard from our presidential candidates, I would wonder why anyone would live in a country that lacks the tiniest shred of decency.
Drugs come in and out of vogue. This makes things fun for those who abuse them and interesting for those who make it their mission to stamp out drug abuse. Heroin and prescription drugs are big now, or at least that’s what we hear from experts who claim to know about these things.
For those of you who haven’t yet seen the video of Hillary Clinton mocking her email scandal with a comment about disappearing messages, you can view it here on The Hill. The FBI apparently doesn’t think that the controversy is something to make light of even while the worst woman in U.S.
If you want to know who will lead America and who has an agenda, note the reaction of Hillary Clinton to what happened in Charleston (see: Church Tragedy Will Be Dishonored by Politics). She twisted the situation to push her agenda forward and to stir up divisiveness.
America’s self-proclaimed champion1 just made an announcement that the media seemed to think was news. I can’t imagine why. Of course Hillary Clinton is going to change America by pandering to the very lowest level of society, people who aren’t citizens and can’t legally vote for her but have family and friends who will.
Who plans to grow up to be an everyday, average American? This country has always looked down on average, or at least we did until the word stopped meaning what it sounds like. That’s because politicians lowered the bar on average so they can claim that more Americans need help.