If You're Not Jewish, You Don't Have to Read This
"People Are Saying" ...Alleged claims that are prefaced with vague attributions such as “People are saying that …” or “There’s a lot of talk around that …” are worthless. Of course, they would be inadmissible in a court of law, and similarly should be ignored when they appear on the internet or in other media, even when spoken by the President of the United States, who knows to use such prefaces when he lies … so the lie cannot be directly attributed to him.
Contrary to this are well documented claims such as the videos of Donald Trump "socializing" with female guests at Mar-a-Lago back in 1992 in the company of his friend at the time, sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein. (Seek out these videos by doing a Google search.)
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Two recent Washington Post columns are worthy of your attention. Dana Milbank writes of the unity Donald Trump has brought to the Democratic Party and Michael Gerson, conservative and former Bush speechwriter, talks of opposition to the President. It will be time well spent.
Two Columns for Your Attention
CLICK HERE to read the Gerson column and CLICK HERE to read the Milbank column. (Columns courtesy of the Palm Beach Post website.)
And speaking of newspapers, the Vindicator, the only daily newspaper serving the greater Youngstown, Ohio, area (about 600,000 people live there) has gone out of business. Other papers have gone the same route. More will follow. News on the internet or on radio or television is not the same as daily news in print. If democracy is to survive, a free press is necessary. It is a patriotic act to subscribe to your local newspaper. Please do so. (Usually they are accompanied by enough supermarket discount coupons to cover the price of a subscription!)