Friday, October 21, 2016
Donald Trump Is Right in refusing to Immediately Sign On to the November Election Returns; A Rigger Election is a Distinct Possibility
Chris Wallace asked Donald Trump if he would accept the election returns Trump answered we “would look at it at the time.” The media went ballistic, as if Donald Trump was caught in flagrante delicto committing treason. They claim it is impossible to rig a national election. Yet the Democrats are crying “The Russians Are Coming; The Russians Are Coming” as Vladimir Putin is attempting to control the American election. You don’t have to rig the vote nationally, but only in a few states, and just a few counties in those states. Mayor Daley in Chicago and “Landslide” Lyndon Johnson in Texas proved that you could rig the vote in 1960 to elected JFK President. Landslide Lyndon earned his nickname with his fraudulent 87 vote victory in the 1948 Senate Democratic primary in Texas. Remember Al Gore and Florida in 2000. He contested the Florida vote. We learned all about hanging chads and butterfly ballots. Vice President Al Gore, the Democratic Party and the connivance of the Florida Supreme Court tried to reverse the voting results and deliver the state and national election to Al Gore. Their mantra was “All votes count,” but they tried to exclude the absentee military votes, which are often delayed in reaching Florida. The Supreme Court 7-2 ended that madness, but even years later Senator Hillary Clinton joined the Democratic chorus in proclaiming President George W. Bush was “selected, not elected.” Donald trump believes the election is rigged. Why not? Senator Bernard Sanders believed the Democratic primary season was rigged for Secretary Clinton. He was right; the Wiki Leaks disclosures affirm that theory. The Justice Department said it will selectively monitor polling booths. The Justice Department has become a political arm of the Obama Administration. FBI Director James Comey has subverted the FBI to the Obama Administration and Clinton campaign over her emails. The Internal Revenue Service, which was caught discriminating against The Tea Party and other conservative organizations, is still slow balling them. A Federal judge just ordered the IRS to expedite the Tea Party applications by November 11, 2016, three days after the Presidential election. The Republicans want voter ID. The Democrats oppose it. Why? Voter fraud Early voting by mail is especially susceptible to fraudulent voting. Anecdotal evidence exists of mass signature signings in dormitories and nursing homes, and registering large numbers of non-citizens. Virginia Governor, Terry McAuliffe, an old friend, ally and bagman, of the Clintons, attempted to register almost all 200,000 ex-cons in Virginia; most of whom will vote Democratic. The Virginia Supreme Court overturned that, but he is back to granting the vote to at least 13,000 ex-cons. Florida showed that only a few votes can determine the election. Virginia is a key battleground state this election. Donald Trump will have trouble winning the election if he loses Virginia. Donald Trump believes the election may be rigged. The Veritas Tapes show Democratic operatives hiring “thugs” to ferment violence at Trump rallies. The Veritas tapes show the Democratic operative telling how to organize fraudulent voting. Scott Foval bragged they were doing it for 50 years. James Cramer, one of the operatives, visited the White House 342 times during the Obama Administration and met with the President 47 times. Dirty tricks! Of course Donald Trump believes the election may be rigged.
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
The Democratic National Committee Bus Sewage Discharge Exemplifies This Year's Presidential Campaign
Workers at the O’Reilly Auto Parts store at 525 Grayson Highway, Lawrenceville, Georgia yesterday noticed a bus dumping human waste (sewage) onto the roadway and into a sewer. Toilet paper was in the foul smelling The hazardous wastes were cleaned by a Gwinnett County Haz Mat Team. The bus was a Democratic National Campaign bus in Georgia. The Democrats are normally for cleaning the environment, not polluting it. The DNC spinned it today. They couldn’t deny it. The store manager took photos of the bus. The big signs on the bus said: “HILLARYCLINTON.com Stronger Together” “I’m with her” How do you spin dumping raw sewage into a storm drain? The DNC said it was “an honest mistake.” The driver noticed the sewage tank was full and leaking. The driver was concerned that continuing would put other drivers on the road at risk. It’s a criminal act, referred to the Georgia Environmental Protection Department. This year’s election is figuratively and literally in the gutter. This year’s campaign is in the gutter. Here are issues that the American people are deciding for the future: Benghazi Budget Deficit Campaign Financing China Civil Rights Climate Change Clinton Foundation College Tuition Drugs Energy Entitlements Environment Family Values Guns Immigration Inequality Infrastructure Iran Keystone Pipeline Medicare Medicaid Middle Class MidEast Minimum East ObamaCare Police Religious Rights and Freedom Reproductive Rights Russia Social Security Supreme Court Syria Taxation Terrorism Voting Rights Women’s Rights Not Donald Trump’s sex life and misogynist remarks Not Bill Clinton’s rapacious behavior The past two weeks have been about a 12 year old tape. Sex sells Salacious attracts attention – not so much the real issues The issues facing America’s future are not Donald or Bill’s sex life. Donald Trump had warned earlier in the campaign that if the Clintons made an issue of his morals, then he would respond with Bill Clinton’s. The Clintons did not raise his past, but an accommodating media did. The Clinton Campaign jumped on board. Donald Trump fulfilled his threat. He pulled the Clintons into the gutter with him. The media started it. The sewage truck exemplifies it.
Saturday, October 15, 2016
The media is highlighting the “Civil War” within the Republican Party; Donald Trump’s “doomed” campaign is supposedly tearing the Party apart, as distinguished Republicans repudiate him, seemingly en masse. Dump Trump, they say. Oh, the memories of 1964. A conservative Senator from Arizona, Barry Goldwater, wrestled the Republican nomination away from the eastern Republican establishment, which would be referred to today as Rhinos. Goldwater’s supporters were as ardent as this year’s Donald Trump’s. The Rockefellers, et al, were enraged. Goldwater was conservative. He questioned Social Security. Primary opponent after primary opponent, ending with Governor Scranton of Pennsylvania, fell to the Goldwater onslaught. The outrage from the Republicans was even greater than that today against Donald Trump. The media piped in, trashing him as a dangerous, radical, reckless conservative. It’s echoed in the anti-trump animus of today’s media. He was dangerous war mongrel. President Johnson’s campaign piled on with the Daisy Ad, all the while LBJ was secretly plotting to escalate the Vietnam War. I was an impressionable 18 year old who bought into the anti-Goldwater hysteria. LBJ won in a landslide. The Republicans went down in flames in the November election. Yes, the turnout for the Democrats was high. But the turnout of dispirited Republican was low. The Republican establishment lost. 1964 marked the beginning of the end for the then traditional Republican establishment. They candidates, including incumbents, went down in the Democratic landslide. The Democrats picked up 37 House seats giving then 291 to 144 Republicans, a 2:1 ratio. They gained 2 Senate seats to 68 compared to a sparse 32 for the republicans. GOP candidates and incumbents across the board in state houses and local races were overwhelmingly defeated. Conservatives, from the West lost the battle in 1964, but won the GOP in 1980. Barry Goldwater may have lost, but he gave rise to Ronald Reagan, who chose George H.W. Bush from the eastern establishment as his Vice President. 1968 witnessed the election of former Vice President Richard Nixon. President Nixon won a landslide reelection in 1992, but the Democrats held onto the House of Representatives and Senate with large majorities. Watergate broke. The media was up in arms and the Democrats used their control of Congress’ committees to destroy the Nixon Administration through nationally televised Congressional hearings. Republicans abandoned President Nixon. Indeed, Senator Goldwater led a committee of Republicans to tell Nixon it was time to resign. The dispirited Republicans stayed home in November. The Democrats thereby achieved enormous majorities in both branches of Congress. They gained 5 Senate seats to 61 and 1 House seat to 291. 1976 was no better for the Republicans. The Democrats retained their 61 Senate seats, but gained the Presidency and an additional seat in the House. It’s looking like Déjà vu all over again. Republican office holders abandon their candidate, alienating the base of the Party. If the base stays home, the omens are poor for the Republican control not only of Congress, but the state houses. Donald Trump may be this year’s version of Sharron Angle, Christina O’Donnell, Todd Akin or Richard Mourdock. He may be the wrong messenger, but the Republican base likes the message. If the Republican turnout is low, the resulting Clinton landslide will be devastating to the GOP, as in 1964 and 1974. The establishment may blame trump, but the republican voters will take it out on the republican establishment in future elections.
Thursday, October 13, 2016
The Crocodile Tears and Feigned Hysteria of the Democrats and the Media As they Practice the Politics of Personal Destruction Against Donald Trump
No one should be surprised by the 12 year old misogynist tape of Donald Trump. Donald Trump has been and is The Donald. Knowing it and seeing it though are two different matters. Of course the tape is shocking, outrageous, and damming. The response though of the Democrats and the Media is equally shocking, outrageous, and damming. The Democrats are the party of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, a notorious womanizer. The Democrats are the party of President Lyndon Baines Johnson, a notorious and crude womanizer. The Democrats are the party of the lionized reprobate Senator Ted Kennedy, responsible for the death of a young woman, Mary Jo Kopechne at Chappaquiddick, and didn’t report it until the next day. The Democrats are the party of Senator Chris Dodd (Dodd-Frank), who accompanied Senator Ted Kennedy on escapades, including an infamous threesome with a waitress. More recently, the Democrats are the party of the reprobate President William Jefferson Clinton, who puts all the rest to shame. None of them were ever accused of raping a woman. None of them had their law license suspended. And none of them paid $850,000 to one of their victims. And yet, President Clinton received a pass from the Democratic Party, the mainstream media, and the feminist movement because they agreed with his politics, while they practice the politics of personal destruction against Donald trump. The Democrats and media practice the politics of personal destruction because it works. for them. The mainstream media is having a field day taking out Donald Trump, but let us remember that their outrage is highly selective. ABC’s late, revered anchor Peter Jennings was a rabid womanizer. The shock of Hollywood, notorious for the casting couch, drugs, alcohol, depravity and licentious behavior is a hoot. It’s especially hypocritical to hear former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, the same Arnold Schwarzenegger who has been accused of sexually harassing women and who fathered the son of his household maid, declaim Donald Trump. Hollywood ignored for decades Bill Cosby’s sexual assaults on drugged women. Hollywood wanted Roman Polanski to return to the United states free of charges of statutory rape to which he pled guilty. Hollywood, the shining example of virtue! And then there’s Hillary Clinton, complicit in her husband’s activities. Donald Trump was right in accusing her and her accomplices of silencing the women (victims) who threatened her husband’s Presidential election I don’t countenance Donald Trump’s behavior, but we have bigger issues in this campaign.
Saturday, October 8, 2016
The Janus faced Hillary: “You need both a public and a private position.” The eternal dreamer: “My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders, sometime in the future with energy that is as green and sustainable as we can get it ….” The Obama elitist: “To just be grossly generalistic, you can put half of trump supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right? Racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic, you name it.” The condescending Clinton on the other basket: “people who feel government has let them down, nobody cares about them, nobody worries about what happens to their lives and futures, and they are just desperate for change …. Those are people we have to understand and empathize with as well.” Contempt for the American people: “Lester, I think implicit bias is a problem for everyone.” Her real views on African Americans: “The main reason behind successful immigration should be painfully obvious to even the most dimwitted of observers: Some groups of people are almost always highly successful given only half a chance (Jews*, Hindus/Sikhs, Chinese people, for example), while others (Muslims, blacks** and Roma***, for instance) fare badly almost irrespective of circumstances.” Hillary Clinton, the feminist: “Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported.” On Gennifer Flowers: “some failed cabaret singer who doesn’t even have much of a resume to fall back on” and “trailer trash.” On Monica Lewinsky: a “narcissistic loony toon” On a 12 year old rape victim: “I have been informed that the complainant is emotionally unstable with a tendency to seek out older men and engage in fantasizing.” On immigration: All her grandparents, including the three born in the United States, were immigrants to the United States. The Brian Williams Hillary in Bosnia: ‘I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base.” The Hillary Nixonian moment: “What I did was allowed. It was allowed by the State Department. The State Department has confirmed that.” Hillary Clinton in Coal Country: “We are going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.” Hillary on poverty: “You must remember that we came out of the White House not only dead broke, but in debt.” Hillary to Wall Street: “I’m kind of removed from the struggles of the middle class.” Hillary the hypocrite: She cried out against inequality in an April speech while wearing a $12,495 Armani tweed suit. To quote Hillary Clinton: “What difference does it make?”
Friday, October 7, 2016
This election is clearly about the future of America. Will the United States continue down the Obama road of transformation into stagnation, government healthcare, weakened national security, slow job growth, bankrupting governmental pensions, and the list goes on? Or will this election be about restoring American greatness and exceptionalism? Will this election be about jobs and restoring upper mobility? What are the respective roles of the state and the individual? Those are the stakes in this election. How much time will we spend fact checking arcane points? Do we need someone to fact check the fact checkers? These are the trivial points. The New York times ran a front page article on Senator Marco Rubio’s speeding tickets, mostly by his wife. The New York Times ran a front page article on senator Marco Rubio’s luxury boat, which turned out to be a fishing boat. The New York Times criticized Senator Marco Rubio for his student loans. We hear stories of Donald trump’s hand and penis size. What difference does it make how "Nevada" is pronounced? We hear stories at the debate about Donald Trump insulting Miss Universe 2 decades ago over her weight. We hear a misogynist trump tape from 12 years ago. Russia threatens the United States, and Trump’s tape leads the news, displacing even a hurricane. If we want to go to that level, then he may be a MCP, but unlike President Clinton, he never raped a woman, nor have his wife organize a campaign to muzzle bimbo eruptions. Yet, this is the election we have. The Democratic candidate can’t run on her record, so she has to demonize him. Trump can’t run a campaign away from his inner self. Are you better off than you were 4 years ago? That is not a trivial question.
Thursday, September 29, 2016
"Writers and Scholars for Trump Given our choices in the presidential election, we believe that Donald Trump is the candidate most likely to restore the promise of America, and we urge you to support him as we do. Charles Akeman, University of California, Santa Barbara Jeffrey H. Anderson, Ph.D., author of “An Alternative to Obamacare” and “The Main Street Tax Plan” Hadley Arkes, Amherst College emeritus, author of “ Larry P. Arnn, Hillsdale College, author of “Churchill’s Trial: Winston Churchill and the Salvation of Free Government” Stephen H. Balch, Texas Tech University, National Humanities Medal, co-author of “Western Civilization and the Academy” Mark Bauerlein, Emory University, author of “The Digital Divide: Arguments for and Against Facebook, Google, Texting, and the Age of Social Networking” Darren Beattie, Duke University Roger Beckett, Ashland University Bill Bennett, former Secretary of Education, author of “America: The Last, Best Hope” Denis Binder, S.J.D., Chapman University, author of “Can We Secure the Hallowed Elms of Academe” Conrad Black, author of “Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Champion of Freedom” Constitutional Illusions and Anchoring Truths: The Touchstone of the Natural Law” Jay Bergman, Central CT. State University, author of “Meeting the Demands of Reason: The Life and Thought of Andrei Sakharov” Daniel A. Bonevac, University of Texas, author of “Deduction: Introductory Symbolic Logic” Andrew Bostom, Brown University, author of “Sharia versus Freedom” James Bowman, Ethics and Public Policy Center, author of “Honor: A History” F.H. Buckley, George Mason University, author of “The Way Back: Restoring the Promise of America” Thomas E. Brennan, lawyer and former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Michigan Chris Buskirk, editor and writer, American Greatness Jim Capua, Ph.D., writer Timothy W. Caspar, Hillsdale College, author of “Recovering the Ancient View of Founding: A Commentary on Cicero's De Legibus” Lionel Chetwynd, Oscar and Emmy nominated producer, director, screenwriter of “Miracle on Ice” and “Hanoi Hilton” Lynn Chu, Writers’ Representatives, LLC Mickey Craig, Hillsdale College Arnold Cusmariu, writer Glynn Custred, CSU-Haywood emeritus, author of “A History of Anthropology as a Holistic Science” Donn Dears, author of “Nothing to Fear” David Deming, University of Oklahoma Marshall DeRosa, Florida Atlantic University Michael Doran, Hudson Institute, former senior director of the National Security Council John C. Eastman, Chapman University Fowler School of Law and the Claremont Institute, author of “Born in the U.S.A? Reassessing Birthright Citizenship in the Wake of 9/11” Nicholas Capaldi, Loyola University New Orleans, co-author of “Liberty and Equality in Political Economy” Edward Erler, CSU San Bernardino, co-author of “The Founders on Citizenship and Immigration: Principles and Challenges in America” Clarice Feldman, lawyer and writer Peter J. Ferrara, Heartland Institute, author of “Power to the People: The New Road to Freedom and Prosperity for the Poor, Seniors and Those Most In Need of the World's Best Health Care” Burton W. Folsom, Jr., Hillsdale College, co-author of “The Myth of the Robber Barons” John Fonte, Ph.D., author of “Sovereignty or Submission” William A. Frank, University of Dallas, author of “Duns Scotus, Metaphysician” Neal B. Freeman, writer, businessman, Peabody Award-winning television producer Bruce Frohnen, Ohio Northern University, author of “Constitutional Morality and the Rise of Quasi-Law” (with George W. Carey) George Gilder, author of “Wealth and Poverty” and “The Scandal of Money: Why Wall Street Recovers But the Economy Never Does” Callista Gingrich, co-author of “Rediscovering God in America” Newt Gingrich, Ph.D., former Speaker of the House, co-author of “A Nation Like No Other: Why American Exceptionalism Matters” Tom Giovanetti, writer Esther Goldberg, lawyer and writer for The American Spectator Mary Grabar, co-author of “The Crisis in American Journalism and the Conservative Response” Lino Gragila, University of Texas—Austin, author of “Disaster by Decree” David P. Goldman, author of “How Civilizations Die: (And Why Islam Is Dying Too)” Susan Hanssen, University of Dallas, author of “Shall We Go to Rome?: The Last Days of Henry Adams” Darren Guerra, Biola University, author of “Perfecting the Constitution: The Case for the Article V Amendment Process” Leon Hadar, Ph.D., author of “Sandstorm: Policy Failure in the Middle East” Bruce Heiden, Ohio State University, author of “Homer’s Cosmic Fabrication” Anne Hendershott, Franciscan University of Steubenville, co-author of “Renewal: How a New Generation of Faithful Priests and Bishops Is Revitalizing the Catholic Church” Phillip Henderson, Catholic University of America, author of “Managing the Presidency: The Eisenhower Legacy” Arthur Herman, Ph.D., author “Douglas MacArthur: American Warrior” David Horowitz, editor and author of “The Left In Power: Clinton to Obama” Deal Hudson, Ph.D., editor and author of “An American Conversion” Carol Iannone, editor and writer Christina Jeffrey, Ph.D., author of “The UN/State Department Refugee Program Comes to Spartanburg” Douglas Jeffrey, Hillsdale College, editor of Imprimis Marjorie Jeffrey, writer Robert C. Jeffrey, Wofford College Charles C. Johnson, author of “Why Coolidge Matters” Brian T. Kennedy, writer, The American Strategy Group Jack Kerwick, Rowan College, author of “Misguided Guardians: The Conservative Case Against Neoconservatism” (forthcoming) Charles Kesler, Claremont McKenna College, editor Claremont Review of Books, author of “I Am the Change: Barack Obama and the Future of Liberalism” Robert D. King, University of Texas—Austin, author of “Nehru and the Language Politics of India” Michael Kochin, Tel Aviv University Robert C. Koons, University of Texas—Austin, co-author of “Metaphysics: The Fundamentals” Roger Kimball, editor and author of “The Fortunes of Permanence: Culture and Anarchy in an Age of Amnesia” E. Christian Kopff, University of Colorado Boulder, author of “Virgil and the Cyclic Epics” Michael Ledeen, Ph.D., co-author of NY Times best-seller “Field of Fight” Seth Leibsohn, radio host and co-author of “The Fight of Our Lives: Knowing the Enemy, Speaking the Truth, and Choosing to Win the War Against Radical Islam” Thomas Lifson, Ph.D., editor and writer, American Thinker Margaret Lindsay, Ph.D., writer Thomas Lindsay, Ph.D., co-author of “Investigating American Democracy” Robert Oscar Lopez, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, author of “ Herb London, Ph.D., author of “The Encyclopedia of Militant Islam” John R. Lott, Jr., Ph.D., author of “More Guns, Less Crime” Doug Mainwaring, author of “Marriage Ground Zero” (forthcoming) Ted Roosevelt Malloch, Oxford University, co-author of “America’s Spiritual Capital” Ken Masugi, Johns Hopkins University, co-author of “The Supreme Court and American Constitutionalism” Daniel McCarthy, editor and writer, contributor to “Dilemmas of American Conservatism” Roger Meiners, University of Texas—Arlington, author of “Gridlock in Government” Allen Mendenhall, Faulkner University, author of “Literature and Liberty” Tiffany Jones Miller, University of Dallas Brian Patrick Mitchell, Academy of Philosophy and Letters Laurie Morrow, Ph.D., co-author of “Conversations on Philanthropy” Steve Moore, co-author of “Fueling Freedom: Exposing the Mad War on Energy” Lawrence Kudlow, Co-author of “JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A Secret History of American Prosperity” Colorful Conservative: American Conversations with the Ancients from Wheatley to The Whitman” Steve Mosher, Population Research Institute Maureen Mullarkey, writer for The Federalist George Neumayr, co-author of Marita Noon, author of “Energy Freedom” Michael J. O’Shea, writer David Palm, Azusa Pacific University Svetozar Pejovich, Texas A & M emeritus, author of “The Economics of Property Rights” Ronald J. Pestritto, Hillsdale College, author of “Woodrow Wilson and the Roots of Modern Liberalism” Fran Fawcett Peterson, writer Paul C. Peterson, Coastal Carolina University emeritus James Piereson, Ph.D., author of “ Julie Ponzi, editor and writer, American Greatness Stephen B. Presser, Northwestern University, author of “Law Professors: Three Centuries of Shaping American Law (forthcoming) Frank Price, screenwriter and producer, former CEO Columbia Pictures, former president Universal Pictures Mark Pulliam, lawyer and writer Eric Rasmusen, University of Indiana, co-author of “Measuring Judicial Independence: The Political Economy of Judging in Japan” Alfred Regnery, lawyer and author of “Upstream: The Ascendance of American Conservatism” R.R. Reno, editor and author of “In the Ruins of the Church” William Murchison, author of “The Cost of Liberty: The Life of John Dickinson” Deroy Murdock, columnist and writer “No Higher Power: Obama's War on Religious Freedom” Shattered Consensus: The Rise and Decline of America’s Postwar Political Order” D.N. Robinson, Oxford University, author of “The American Founding: Its Intellectual and Moral Framework” Erik S. Root, Ph.D., Roger Bacon Academy, author of “All Honor to Jefferson?” Milton Rosenberg, University of Chicago emeritus Constance Rossum, University of La Verne, co-author of “Rehabilitating Rehabilitation” Ralph A. Rossum, Claremont McKenna College, author of “Antonin Scalia’s Jurisprudence: Text and Tradition” Ronald Rotunda, Chapman University, co-author of “Treatise on Constitutional Law” (6 volumes) Paul Rubin, Emory University, author of “Darwinian Politics: The Evolutionary Origin of Freedom” Ronald J. Rychlak, University of Mississippi, author of “Disinformation” D. Brian Scarnecchia, Ave Maria University, author of “Bioethics, Law and Human Life Issues” Lisa Schiffren, writer, former White House speechwriter Harold See, Belmont University Roger L. Simon, Academy Award-nominated screenwriter, co-founder PJ Media, author of “I Know Best: How Moral Narcissism Is Destroying Our Republic, If It Hasn’t Already” S. Fred Singer, University of Virginia emeritus, author of “Global Climate Change: Human and Natural Influences” Scott Soames, University of Southern California, author of “The Analytic Tradition in Philosophy” Don Surber, author of “Trump the Press” Larry Schweikart, University of Dayton, retired, co-author of NY Times bestseller “A Patriot's History of the United States” Carol Swain, Vanderbilt University, author of “Be the People: A Call to Reclaim America's Faith and Promise” Dennis Teti, writer Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal, author of “Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future” James Trefil, George Mason University, author of “The Encyclopedia of Science and Technology” Michael P. Tremoglie, writer R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., editor and author of “The Death of Liberalism” Jeffrey Wallin, co-author of “An Uncertain Legacy: Essays on the Pursuit of Liberty” Bradley C.S. Watson, Saint Vincent College, author of “Living Constitution, Dying Faith: Progressivism and the New Science of Jurisprudence” Robert Weissberg, University of Illinois emeritus, author of “Bad Students, Not Bad Schools” Diana West, author of “The Death of the Grown-up” Thomas G. West, author of “Vindicating the Founders” Victor Williams, Chair, Lawyers and Law Professors for Trump J. Eric Wise, lawyer and writer S. Stanley Young, North Carolina State University Scot J. Zentner, CSU San Bernardino, author of “Liberalism and Executive Power: Woodrow Wilson and the American Founders” John Zmirak, Ph.D., author of “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Catholicism” The views expressed do not represent the opinions of the colleges, universities and institutions of those who have signed this letter. For further information, please contact Frank Buckley at firstname.lastname@example.org." ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Professor Frank Buckley organized on short notice without a public can a list of scholars and writers who support Donald Trump for President. An earlier list is "Economists for Trump." Many others would have signed, but they justly feared for their employment in academia and Hollywood. Thus, their support remains private. Too many conservatives today remain in the "closet" in today's colleges and universities and Hollywood - erstwhile bastions of tolerance. My reason for supporting Donald Trump is easy. Four candidates are still in th race for President. He is the only one of the four who offers a chance to reverse America's accelerating decline. Hillary Clinton is the epitome of the status quo, which means increasing decline.