Bryan Crabtree, The protesters in Washington DC weren’t necessarily just protesting Donald Trump. There’s a lot more to this. They are protesting democracy. Many of them were chanting, “this is what democracy looks like.” However, as I moved a few yards back in the march, I heard people chanting “Donald Trump has got to go.”
Bryan Crabtree, We have a serious problem with online-harassment, fraud, distortion and lies by media outlets. And, many of our citizens have turned online dialogue and comment threads into pornography. Something has to be done. Fake News. For example, the most popular stories about the presidential election in 2016 were false: Hillary Clinton sold weapons
Bryan Crabtree, Have you heard it? The left-wing media has been quick to rush to the statistics to show how Donald Trump shocked the nation in winning this election, and it’s been an extremely bigoted analysis. Many of the experts who got it wrong for the last eighteen months have explained it by saying the
Bryan Crabtree, Hatred for Trump Exposes an Immature, Emotionally Unstable America. There are far too many people in our nation who are emotionally immature and unstable. Their decisions are based on feelings. They believe their feelings, struggles and failures are the fault of someone else. On Sunday, I was running on Peachtree Road in Atlanta,
Bryan Crabtree, Many of America’s voters will suffer from political-traumatic-stress-disorder (PTSD) on November 9, 2016. This election has been nothing short of a disaster. But what did we expect? We have been avoiding our problems as a nation since at least the years following September 11, 2001. As a people, we have unrealistic expectations for
Bryan Crabtree, We live in a country rapidly losing its sovereignty and its soul. Porous borders, freedom-killing regulations and more fierce foreign competition threaten our prosperity, security and culture. Trump is not the savior. He may not be the solution. But, his election, or lack thereof, will represent the core of our soul and values.
Bryan Crabtree, Donald Trump first has to realize he’s dealing with a weak opponent. He’s not competing with a rich businessman in Manhattan for a prime piece of real estate. He’s competing with Hillary Clinton and the liberal ‘basket-cases’ that run her campaign. They are arrogant and conceited. In the last debate Clinton baited Trump
Bryan Crabtree, In the first presidential debate at Hofstra University on Monday, Hillary Clinton made the charge that Donald Trump cheered for the housing and financial system meltdown so that he could buy properties ‘for cheap.’ She continued that “millions of people lost their homes, their jobs” and suffered a loss of their life savings.
Bryan Crabtree, Comparing the two is like comparing a mild case of heartburn to a full cardiac arrest. Desperate to distract from the pay to play access of Hillary Clinton’s State Department using her de facto bank account (at the Clinton Foundation), a morsel of Trump-truth is being conflated into a mountain of projected crimes.
Bryan Crabtree, Two-thirds of Americans do not have any taxable income. The most recent IRS data shows that Americans earning over $100,000 per year pay roughly 80% of all taxes in America. This means that roughly seven percent of our nation pays the overwhelming majority of everyone else’s government expenses. I’m a big fan
Bryan Crabtree, All conservatives must put their bruised egos aside. There’s too much at stake in the general election with a potential Hillary Clinton victory, to continue Republican infighting. I also plead with Trump-supporters to stop gloating about the win. The commentary surrounding Trump’s virtual nomination has continued to be visceral by many conservatives. And,
Bryan Crabtree, What’s worse than someone who is labeled a bigot, racist and a loose cannon like Donald Trump? Hillary Clinton. More than half of this country has forgotten what’s in the Clinton record. Trump has already branded her “Crooked Hillary” and it seems to have stuck in the media. Yes! This is the same