Election 2016, Politics, President Donald Trump

Donna Brazile, “Hacks,” and the 2020 election.

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Donna Brazile in her book “Hacks,” details the Russian hacking of the DNC servers, the relationship between the DNC and the Clinton campaign, and puts forth some ideas about the DNC’s failure to get Hillary elected. (And yes, I did read the whole thing.) For me, there really weren’t any big surprises. Hacks allows the reader a glimpse into the…

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Life, Politics

Lessons from Sutherland Springs

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In support of our liberty, our lands, our wives, and our children, and our peace, that we might live unto the Lord our God. (Paraphrased from The Book of Mormon; Alma 42:10) The Sutherland Springs, TX shooting is horrific. Being a father of six wonderful children and a step-father to six more, I can’t imagine the horror and loss that…

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Politics, Religion

A change in focus. A nation blessed.

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A note to my followers. The Moral Middle was spawned in response to campaign developments leading up to the 2016 election of Donald Trump. After the election, my contributions dropped off for two reasons; my disgust with the entire political landscape, and because most of the things I have been feeling strongly about are being said better by others. (Some…

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Politics

True tax reform is a reformation of the government itself.

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A simpler tax code allows for a less intrusive and more focused government. Tax dollars coming from the sweat of the people should be considered sacred. Therefore, government should only use tax dollars for services that can’t be provided more efficiently by the market place, and only for those things which pertain to valid government services. I have friends (Yeah,…

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