Throw the Stone

John 8:7King James Version (KJV)
7 So when they continued asking him, he lifted up himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.
My family and I have always been Democrats, Until the Party forgot why they were in office and started working for themselves instead of the people. I then switched to The Republican party. And to my dismay I found they were no different.
I have always said we need a Truck driver or laboror to rum for President. But instead we got Donald Trump.
He is a Billionair and isn’t living day by day as we are and in someways dissconected from us which turns a lot of perople away from .
Then I started to listen to him and behind all those comments that his opposition jumps on. I found a person that really wants to make our country great again, Believe me, it needs some changes because we are heading the the wrong way.
Think about it. The lord says if you are without sin throw the first stone. Well you tell me any person male or female that hasn’t looked at another person and hasn’t had a lewd thought at some time in their lives probably a lot of times.
Right now I am ashamed of McCain, Ryan, Rubio and the others who turn their backs on Trump. If they say they are Sin Free, they are liars, Plain and Simple. Maybe we should look at the real reason they are against him, Is it because they cannot control him?
John 8:7King James Version (KJV)
7 So when they continued asking him, he lifted up himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.
My Thoughts

Trump Lovers



Recently I received a questionnaire and request for money from the Republican Party and strongly agree with every question, as I have since Obama was elected.

Unfortunately the one question that was missing is: What have the Republicans done for the American people?

We gave you a majority in the House and Senate, and you never listened to us. Now you want our money, my money, more money. You should be more concerned about our votes, not our money.

You are the establishment which means all you want is to save your jobs and line your pockets.

Well guess what? It’s not going to happen.

TRUMP hasn’t asked for a dime.

You might think we are fools because you feel Trump is on a self-destruct course, but look beyond Washington and listen to the masses. Nobody has achieved what he has, especially in the state of New York .

Here’s why I want Trump. Yes, he’s a bit of an ass; yes, he’s an egomaniac; but I don’t care.
The country is a mess because politicians suck.
The Republican Party is two-faced and gutless, and illegals are everywhere.
I want it all fixed!
I don’t care that Trump is crude.
I don’t care that he insults people.
I don’t care that he has changed positions.
I don’t care that he’s been married 3 time.
I don’t care that he fights with Megan Kelly and Rosie O’Donnell.
I don’t care that he doesn’t know the name of some Muslin terrorist.

Our country has become weak, bankrupt. Our enemies are making fun of us. We are being invaded by illegals. We are becoming a nation of victims where every Tom, Ricardo and Hassid is a special group with special rights to a point where we don’t even recognize the country we were born and raised in, “AND I JUST WANT IT FIXED.” And Trump is the only guy who seems to understand what the people want.

I’m sick of politicians, sick of the Democratic Party, the Republican Party, and sick of illegals. I just want this thing fixed. Trump may not be a saint, but he doesn’t have lobbyist money controlling him; he doesn’t have political correctness restraining him; all you know is that he has been very successful; a good negotiator; he has built a lot of things; and, he’s also not a politician. And, he says he’ll fix it. And, I believe him because he is too much of an egotist to be proven wrong or looked at and called a liar.

I don’t care if the guy has bad hair.

We need him


America’s intellectual conservatives and liberals may not agree on various issues of policy, but there is one thing that unites them: More often than not, they are both blind to the realities of what it’s like to actually live and work in the United States. They shut themselves up in the Washington upper-class clubs and the tonier areas of New York City, completely oblivious to the truth of today’s middle class.

It is for this reason that they are continually shocked and dismayed by the rise of Republican nominee Donald Trump. They can’t stand his crude remarks, his disdain for political correctness, or his revolutionary approach to issues like global trade and immigration. Trump’s policies didn’t come from a think-tank. They didn’t come from this month’s issue of National Review. They don’t sound much like anything we’ve heard from mainstream Republicans for the last quarter-century.

That terrifies and disgusts the pundit class, just as it electrifies and inspires voters outside of that bubble. For years, these elitists have been telling us how good these trade policies are for the U.S., deliberately choosing to ignore the effects they’ve had on millions of working-class Americans. For years, they’ve been celebrating the “diversity” of immigration, while turning a blind eye to the stagnant wages and entry-level unemployment rates that have plagued middle America.

When it comes to foreign policy, the difference between liberal and conservative elitists is even more difficult to pinpoint. Each slams the other side for various things…before going on to propose policies that are hardly different. Save a few, each of the Republicans running for the nomination this year harshly criticized Obama’s war on ISIS, but their own proposed strategies sounded as though they could have come straight out of his administration.

Trump has spent a lot of time hammering Washington’s subservience to special interests – and that’s important – but the biggest problem may be the subservience to the status quo. No one is brave enough to actually think outside the box, and that’s why things seem to get worse and worse, no matter which party happens to occupy the White House.

The time has come to pursue a new path. Trump may not be able to rattle off a dozen rehearsed, overly-complex soundbites that make it sound like he’s an expert on everything, but he’s not afraid to break from decades of clearly-broken policy. That gets under the skin of elitists, but it’s exactly what our country needs right now.

My Thoughts



Supreme Court

Waddie Michell is a columnist for the Elko Daily. He writes on a lot of subjects and I like  to read his articles.

My Thoughts

Waddie Mitchell

I don’t get it. Why are our political parties arguing over the appointment of a Supreme Court Justice?

Question: Aren’t both parties supposed to be looking for the same qualifications?

Answer: Yes

Question: What is a judge appointed to do?

Answer: Interpret law and dispense justice

Question: What is justice supposed to be?

Answer: Blind

Question: Why have the Justices of our Supreme Court become so blatantly proud to show their biases?

Answer: No accountability, job security and years of precedence. Oh, yea, and us for allowing it.

Question: If a judge is known to be biased on certain subjects or leans toward a certain political philosophy or, known to consistently vote with widely touted, conservative or liberal agendas, then doesn’t or shouldn’t that exclude that judge from being allowed to serve on our nations highest court?

Answer: Yes

Question: Who appoints and confirms a Justice?

Answer: The politicians we elect. The President nominates and the Senate votes to confirm.

Question: Should we hold our politicians and our courts to a higher standard?

Answer: Yes (and it’s long overdue)

Question: Does anyone disagree with these statements?

Answer: There shouldn’t be. (except, of course, dirty politicians, like Harry or John Mc or corrupt judges as in the Hammond case).

Question: Why do we, as Americans, allow these known biases to be what our whole judicial system is based on?

Answer: We shouldn’t, it sure wasn’t set up to be that way.

The liberal judges vs. conservative judges should not be an accepted way to decide the most important cases of our time. Their decisions determine the interpretation of laws by which this nation must abide. Known biased judges should never be part of the equation in any case brought forth in a Courts ruling process.

Every Supreme Court appointee, in my time, has been scrutinized, questioned, and put through hell to assure us all of their fair and unbiased intentions (lies), then promptly take their place on whichever side, conservative or liberal, they will vote towards the rest of their lives. An honest, unbiased judge is looked on as a “wild card,” not a judge holding up to the oath he or she took.

Why do we voters allow it? When did we start allowing this type of judicial political imprudence to rule us?

We shouldn’t have to worry if a Supreme Court Justice, or a federal judge or a civil court judge is liberal or conservative, dirty or bought or biased (as we so conspicuously saw in the Hammond case). They should be and are supposed to be neutral, fair, knowledgeable, unbiased interpreters of the laws of the land and the constitutionality of those laws.

We’ve allowed our highest court, and in turn every court, to become a stage for posturing of political agendas pushed by less than honorable politicians and judges. (Bundy case in point).

I believe we should start anew, there must be honest and unbiased judges to be had (we can only hope). Lifetime appointments don’t now, nor ever have worked. We need a way of culling those judges with shown bias before a case is ever heard.

Look at our lifetime appointed sitting Justices now. Most are two or three generations past relevance and scary to hear talk. When a “people’s” or any other case is determined and ruled on with a stacked deck, we all lose.

Thank you kindly.