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Category Archives: US political & social commentary
With Or Without Hillary – Slim Pickings For Democrats
Posted on April 4, 2015 by Kaye Richard - When I Write I'm Right!
It isn’t difficult to understand Democrat concern. The only person putting forth any real effort to block Hillary Clinton from a presidential nomination win is Hillary Clinton. The private server and deleted email scandal is her latest and most serious … Continue reading →
New York Times Gets It Wrong On Bergdahl
Posted on March 29, 2015 by Kaye Richard - When I Write I'm Right!
If military prosecutors followed the lead of the New York Times, alleged army deserter Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl would see charges of desertion and misbehaving before the enemy dropped. He could be honourably discharged and saying “So long” to his current … Continue reading →
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Barack Obama: The Disappointment Factor
Posted on March 25, 2015 by Kaye Richard - When I Write I'm Right!
The tide has turned for Barack Obama. The ill equipped saviour’s lack of credentials went mostly unchallenged during his first red carpet race for power. But the rose, now minus the bloom, has revealed an abundance of thorns, leading some … Continue reading →
Time To Scrap the IRS
Posted on June 27, 2013 by Kaye Richard - When I Write I'm Right!
The American Center for Law and Justice is heading to court for one of the worthiest of causes. They plan to take a stand against the illegal activities of the US federal government. The ACLJ is filing a law suit … Continue reading →
Obama’s Enemies List Grows Longer
Posted on May 24, 2013 by Kaye Richard - When I Write I'm Right!
Having enemies is not a problem for the Obama administration. It has a list of chosen enemies displayed proudly on its socialist sleeve like a badge of honor. The list is long and comprised of patriots who do not share … Continue reading →
From Hope and Change To Cover Up and Scandal
Posted on May 14, 2013 by Kaye Richard - When I Write I'm Right!
The fish is rotting from the head down. From the Benghazi lies and disturbing cover up, to the IRS targeting of conservative groups, to Justice Department phone taps used to secretly record Associated Press news reporters, the Obama administration is … Continue reading →
Benghazi Lies – A Case For Impeachment
Posted on May 8, 2013 by Kaye Richard - When I Write I'm Right!
When former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta appeared before the Senate Armed Services Committee last February, he was asked about his conversations with President Obama on Sept. 11, 2012 concerning the unfolding terrorist attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, … Continue reading →
Are Smaller Attacks The New Normal?
Posted on April 16, 2013 by Kaye Richard - When I Write I'm Right!
Outside of the obvious, where, when and what, little has been revealed about the bloody terrorist attack on the Boston Marathon. The most important piece of information, the who factor, remains a mystery. With so little known, at least publicly, … Continue reading →
Redefining Marriage – A Disingenuous Argument
Posted on April 6, 2013 by Kaye Richard - When I Write I'm Right!
The gay marriage debate stirs passion on both sides. Our freedom insures the right of personal choice. It guarantees that consenting adults can love and live with whomever they choose. What freedom does not automatically insure is the right to … Continue reading →
Hillary Clinton: champion or mere survivor?
What stood out in Hillary Clinton’s presidential ambition announcement was her desire to be your champion America. Take it with a tiny grain of salt. Replace the word champion with Queen and you’ll be on to something. America is desperate for a leader. … Continue reading →