For Basic Public Awareness #2
It seems as though this series of public awareness with its particular views on presidential candidates will be occupying this title page for some time. Hopefully so that you do not get bored (believe me, you shouldn’t) please take notice at the space on this blog (citizen journalism) just below the header of the snow capped trees. Those titles of course are pages and I made a separate page to accommodate these writings. Please be advised that if the topic is not for Basic Public Awareness — Presidential Candidates’ then if I put a note at the bottom of any writing to check the pages, you’ll know that some lucky person who has entered the race for nomination to either party will have information about them written up.
Therefore we’d like to take the time to Invite All who are interested to write up a candidate. You can make it anyone of them that you wish; however the only thing that would slow up the process of seeing your name on the post would be if it had inappropriate content especially language that did not pass our editor-in-chief.
If you wish to communicate your thoughts, opinions, or overall character analysis of one or more of the candidates involved you can always email me at paulwriter1 AT hotmail. Kom (K=C). We, especially me thank you in advance!
Now I am positive that there are a number of questions among you such as, “Why is this flamboyant happy man taking time to write up potential nominees?” First it has much to do with where our nation is at the moment; moreover, for the last seven years. Scholars, academia, and experts refer to this current time as the “Information Age.” And I am very, very convinced that one would have such an amazing kettle of information on anyone they cared to make sure on.
Just one more issue; as one watches on television or sees live the bumbling unaware fellow Americans totally put by without any kind of recognition members of the Supreme Court, “who is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court,” or that after completely blowing our national security secrets with regards to space flight launches, Hillary R. Clinton has decided that old “Slick Willy” is going to help her now suffering campaign.
The only issue that would bother me is that a source is not referenced. Any one of these citations that I have used can be readily sought after in either another writing that I have had published — or please take the time to look at my source citations. I would hope that it is ever-clear that when I am addressing any public person or used their quotes, I try my absolute best to include the appropriate citation. I am human though and forgetful at times to place a hyperlink in the text to source what I’ve written.
Along these lines it is overwhelmingly incumbent upon me to ask why is there such dishonesty when it comes to Hillary Clinton or the Clintonian Machine. Just an example: After they were criticized for taking $190,000 worth of china, flatware, rugs, televisions, sofas and other gifts with them when they left, the Clintons announced last week that they would pay for $86,000 worth of gifts, or nearly half the amount.
Their latest decision to send back $28,000 in gifts brings to $114,000 the value of items the Clintons have either decided to pay for or return.
Hillary claimed to Diane Sawyer that when the Clintons left the White House, they were “dead broke”. Of course, that wasn’t quite true. She inked an $8 million book deal in the month before she left, and spent millions on houses. She also fails to mention the pension and support that Bill would receive as an ex-President.