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“Red Rover, Red Rover, Come On Over” Chant Democrats

The majority of Americans polled say they are in favor of more border barriers — steel or concrete, it doesn’t matter to them as long as it helps stem the flow of illegals across our southern border.

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Government? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Government

Last week the Dow Jones jumped more than 700 points and is still climbing; the Federal Reserve said it wasn’t considering raising interest rates anytime soon; the December job numbers blew way past the predicted 176,000 to more than 312,000; U.S. manufacturers say they are experiencing their best phase in two decades; and unemployment is reported at all time lows, particularly for blacks and Hispanics who are enjoying their best job prospects ever. 

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I’ll Start Listening More This Year As I Might Hear Something That’s Worth Remembering

Fay Vincent, commissioner of Major league Baseball, 1989-92, wrote a Wall Street Journal opinion piece Monday, December 31, 2018, that impressed me.

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Holy Moley! Things Just Keep Getting Better

(Editor’s note: This commentary will take time off during the holidays to spend more time with family and friends. I’d like to thank all of you who have read this blog the past five years and particularly to those who take time to comment, whether you agree or disagree. I hope all of you have a very happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year. I will resume Friday, January 4. If you have an issue you think I should explore please do not hesitate to contact me at davidnscott@bellsouth.net).    

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Florida’s Tory Past, Olive Trees & An Election

Although Florida’s role in the American Revolution is one of the most unusual stories about that conflict, it’s one not recorded in history books or told in classrooms.

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