Category Archives: Politics

Jon Voight Loves Donald Trump: How To Use Repartee

Jon Voight is a true believer in Donald Trump and doesn’t trust liberals. That’s abundantly clear in his May 2019 Tweet. “Don’t be fooled by the political left because we are the people of this nation that is witnessing triumph…So … Continue reading

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Who is a Socialist?

Who Is A Socialist? “We will never be a socialist country.” —Donald Trump, (the State of the Union Address, 2019) Right-wing trolls regularly call Obama, and all Democrats, socialists…like that’s something really, really bad. So, let’s define what the relevant … Continue reading

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Jefferson On Truth And Error

Unusual Quotations: Thomas Jefferson On Seeking Truth And Tolerating Error “…here we are not afraid to follow truth wherever it may lead, nor to tolerate any error so long as reason is left free to combat it.” —Thomas Jefferson (1820 … Continue reading

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When To Say What You Say: Procrastination Can Be A Good Thing

When You Say Something May Be More Important Than What You Say: The Power Of Deliberate Procrastination  By Gene Griessman Contrary to wide belief, many decisions need not be made immediately. You can say, “I’d like to give this matter … Continue reading

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Unusual Quotations:Who Is A Fool

Unusual Quotations:The Difference Between Ignorance And Folly Here is one of my favorite political quotations. Does it apply to any politician you can think of? He who knows not/And knows he knows not/Is ignorant. Teach him. He who knows not/And … Continue reading

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Donald Trump On English Grammar

Donald Trump’s Best Words: “Badly” Trump recently said to a reporter; “I feel badly for Paul Manafort.” What is good grammar, badly or bad? We found this answer in The English Language & Usage Stack Exchange: “I feel badly” would … Continue reading

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Prepare For Failure: A Speech Eisenhower Never Gave

What You Say If You Fail: A Speech Eisenhower Never Gave by Gene Griessman I don’t like to give any thought to defeat. Just thinking about failure can plant the wrong kind of ideas in my subconscious. But I know … Continue reading

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Political Wisdom: Unusual Quotations

Unusual Quotations: The Difficultly Of Behaving Wisely. “History teaches us that men and nations behave wisely once they have exhausted all other alternatives.”  —Abba Eban, Israel’s Foreign Minister, in 1970 I love this quotation. It is abundantly true. Evidence of … Continue reading

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If You Suffer A Setback Or Painful Defeat, What You Say

What You Say If You Suffer A Setback Or Painful Defeat By Gene Griessman One of my books—-“The Achievement Factors”—tells the story of some of the most successful people of our time. Their names are synonymous with success: US Presidents, … Continue reading

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Lack Of Civility

The Importance Of Being Polite                       By Gene Griessman Over fifty years ago,  in 1964, a Canadian poet by the name of F. R. Scott wrote the remarkable poem below about … Continue reading

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