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Swamp Dwellers Feeling the Heat from ‘We the People…’

In just 8 months in office president Trump is leading a revolution that is more powerful than anyone could have believed possible just one year ago. God bless this man. He is exactly what America needs and there is nothing … Continue reading

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Kennedys Go Kookoo (Again)/ Trump Re-election Challenges

First, for a laugh, here is a quick word about the dying Kennedy “dynasty” which we once were promised would last 1,000 years (or, wait, maybe that was Hitler’s Third Reich…) Two members of the Kennedy clan, Max Kennedy, 52, … Continue reading

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Democrats Increasingly Panicked about Hillary

A liberal news commentator recently expressed concern that Hillary Clinton is being too timid in her presidential campaign. Another commentator said that the pro-Hillary attack dog Elizabeth Warren would have been a more effective candidate since Warren has been aggressive … Continue reading

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Trump is Winning with Aggressive Tactics

Donald Trump handily won the South Carolina Republican presidential primary by 10 points using very aggressive political tactics. This could be setting the stage for Trump to lock up the Republican nomination early. Meanwhile Hillary Clinton salvaged her presidential run … Continue reading

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Presidency is Won by Turning out ‘Base’ Voters

Over and over we hear that Republican candidates like John McCain and Mitt Romney were supposed to have won the presidency because they were ‘moderates’ who would attract “independent” voters who make up an allegedly crucial sector of the electorate. … Continue reading

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Great Trump Strategy – Confront the Media

Donald Trump is doing exactly what he needs to do to win the White House – he is taking on the Leftist Media (NBC, CNN, New York Times, etc.). The strategy already is succeeding. Just look at all of the … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz Could Beat Hillary

Nikitas3.com is a big admirer of Republican Ted Cruz of Texas, first elected to the US Senate in 2012. He is a true conservative in every way and he appears to be a very nice, decent man. There is no … Continue reading

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Hillary, Jeb Bush Fade – Is it Real or Temporary?

First here is a brief word about the ongoing scandal at Planned Parenthood: The latest undercover video shows an interview with Cate Dyer, CEO of a company called StemExpress that buys aborted fetus body parts from Planned Parenthood and sells … Continue reading

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Government Shutdown is Always a Good Option

America once again is at a financial crossroads. Unless the Republican-controlled House of Representatives votes in the way that Obama and the Democrats want and without an interim step, the government will shut down on Tuesday, October 1. And then … Continue reading

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US Senator Cruz of Texas is a Stellar Conservative

Republican Ted Cruz was elected in November 2012. He is a stellar conservative. He said recently that a spiritual revival is needed in America. Amen. Nikitas3.com concurs. Cruz said: “I think we’re at the edge of a precipice. If we … Continue reading

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