Category archives for: William E. James

Whack ‘em with the Washington Monument!

Here we go again. Every time there is the slightest attempt to bring the Federal budget into some kind of sane order, out come the screamers

Make Ryancare Right

Ryancare must include tort reform, so that all those ambulance-chasing lawyers can be stopped from driving malpractice insurance and medical costs through the roof. Have you seen their incessant ads on TV? The one with the mean-browed shark lady is chilling.

Investigate the Obamacrats

William (Bill) James is a retired community college history professor who lives in Reidsville with his wife of fifty years, Violet. He is active in the Rockingham Republican Party, enjoys gardening, ballroom dancing, and is currently working on his first novel.

Giving Back to the Saharans

Leftists love to make us feel guilty. They are like the Puritans of old, whom H. L. Mencken once described as people who would lie awake all night long, worrying that “somebody, somewhere, is having a good time.” Heaven forbid!

The Audacity of Subversion

This government is truly a swamp in immediate need of draining. It is by no means just the normal bureaucratic obstruction, motivated by the customary determination to preserve turf and funding. We are being undermined by an enemy within.

A Russian Alliance ?

The Views and Opinions Expressed by the author are his or her opinions only and do not necessarily reflect those of RCENO.com, It’s Staff, or Contractors.

Suicide Comes in Black Robes

Hey, fellow Americans, we have big news for you! According to a bunch of Trump-hating liberal federal judges, people who are not citizens of the U.S. have more constitutional rights than you do!

HB2 Must Stand

Disclaimer: The Views and Opinions Expressed by the author are his or her opinions only and do not necessarily reflect those of RCENO.com, It’s Staff, or Contractors.

Crowd Envy

Perhaps most important of all, people on public assistance always formed a key core of voters for Obama, and there are swarms of them in Washington, D.C.

Bits and Pieces Again

Time once more for “bits and pieces,” with due credit to Thomas Sowell, who recently announced his retirement from publishing. Sowell’s career has produced a cornucopia of books and wisdom and we recommend them strongly. He will be missed!

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