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  • Donald Trump wants to tax the rich
    Donald Trump once again bucks GOP establishment by promoting tax on rich
    Donald Trump has once again bucked the GOP party line, calling for the rich to do their part and pay more taxes.It is yet another sign in Trump’s ultimate strategy, to blur the line between liberalism and conservatism and create a platform...
  • Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton
    Hunt family estate case fits probate abuse pattern, court history
    An Aug. 24 Houston Chronicle article highlights already embattled Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s role in an estate case involving the two young daughters of Tanner Hunt, the now-deceased son of Dallas oil billionaire Ray Hunt and...
  • Can Jeb Bush revive his sagging campaign?
    Can Jeb Bush jump back to front-runner status?
    Jeb Bush was supposed to be the GOP’s “golden boy,” the big shark in a field of talented politicians aiming to have a seat in the Oval Office in 2016. But along the way from his supposed coronation, a man named Donald Trump came...
  • How Ben Carson can trip up Donald Trump
    How Ben Carson could be Donald Trump's biggest adversary in 2016 GOP Race
    When you look at the GOP 2016 Presidential polls, it may seem like Donald Trump has a smooth, clear sailing to the party’s nomination. But there is a challenger emerging that could trip up Trump’s run to the White House, and his name...
  • 'Paper Towns'
    Paper Towns: Book to film
    Today, Hartford Books Examiner offers a book-to-film analysis of John Green’s Paper Towns (SPEAK), published in 2008 and currently playing on a big screen near you.There is a common belief among readers that film adaptations seldom live up...
  • Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders are different, but alike
    Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump: Different parties, same qualities
    Much has been made about Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump calling newly minted Democratic frontrunner Bernie Sanders “weak” for letting the Black Lives Matter movement interrupt his campaign speech in Seattle.While on...
  • Monday Musings, Vol. 13
    Monday Musings, Vol. 13
    The time has come! Hartford Books Examiner humbly offers a thirteenth volume of Monday Musings. (See? Thirteen isn’t always an unlucky number.)Yesterday (August 9th) was Book Lovers Day. Which begs the question: shouldn’t every day be...
  • John Kasich may be the right candidate at the wrong time
    John Kasich may be the right candidate at the wrong time
    It’s official, John Kasich is the 16th Republican contender for the big seat in the Oval Office in 2016, and sadly for him, he may become the classic example of being the right candidate coming in at the wrong time.Kasich was right on July...
  • Spending v. SAT Scores
    School choice: The ‘missing link’ in Texas education freedom
    The challenges Texas students face as they graduate high school, college or other post-K-12 educational pursuits once again reminds how school choice is the “missing link” when it comes to true education reform in the Lone Star State...
  • Chris Christie has a real shot at White House
    Don't be fooled, Chris Christie has a real shot at winning GOP primary
    So,Chris Christiehas now thrown his hat into the ring for the right to face off against likely Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton for the right to occupy 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.Although there are some political pundits who are quick to tell...
  • Paxton
    Texas attorney general says county clerks can refuse gay marriage licenses
    In an opinion issued Sunday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said county clerks can refuse to issue marriage licenses to gay couples if they have a religious objection to gay marriage. He announced the opinion on Twitter in a series of tweets....
  • gay1
    Paper to reject op-eds, letters critical of gay marriage
    On Friday, PennLive said that in light of the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage, it would not not publish letters and op-eds critical of gay marriage. Initially, the paper said it "will no longer accept, nor will it print, op-Eds and...
  • Confederate flag controversy overblown
    Controversy over Confederate flag is being overblown
    The Confederate flaghas always been a symbol of the traditions of the Jim Crow South to some, and old southern heritage to others. But until the massacre in Charleston, South Carolina on June 17th, it was a flag that very little people outside of...
  • Rick Perry is an insult to Charleston shooting victims
    Rick Perry's Charleston comments proves he's not presidential material
    Rick Perry spent most of June 20th trying to back pedal from his Charleston church shooting comments of June 19th, when he personally insulted the entire city of Charleston, the entire state of South Carolina, and the Christian faith in general.If...
  • In gun battle, balance is needed
    Dylann Roof is the reason gun rights and gun control needs balance
    Dylann Roof was a failure in life. Dylann Roof also hated black people. Dylann Roof was also able to easily get a hold of a gun.Combine all of the above, and what you have was a massacre at a historic Charleston, South Carolina AME church that...
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