In my early 40s, skimming the obituary column for
familiar names replaced sports and news as my
This is probably an aging thing.
When I turned 49, I tossed my hat in the
political arena and won a Montana House seat by a
whopping three votes.
chances for re-election hinged on the longevity of
my constituents, I then fixated on the obituary
One week, I would anxiously discover I had lost a
loyal supporter, only to see my chances restored
with the loss of two members of the opposition
It is nerve racking knowing your political tenure
will be determined by who takes their medication,
exercises regularly, eats their vegetables and
flosses after every meal.
Politicians winning elections by thousands of votes
in districts gerrymandered to support a chosen
ideology, can ignore the obituary column.
For example, Democrats running for public
office in university towns know college professors
have done such a marvelous job of propagandizing
young, moldable minds, their election is guaranteed.
the political landscape would change if the funding
of institutes of higher indoctrination was driven
entirely by the free market?
With return on investment driving tuition
dollars, professors specializing in angry women
studies would quickly find themselves delivering
pizzas to make ends meet.
However, our dysplastic, progressive society
of government guaranteed student loans coupled with
today’s political promises of free college are
creating a raging river of tax payer’s dollars into
Like Pavlov’s dogs, a limitless supply of
students reflexively support politicians promising
to increase taxes.
This is the most vicious of vicious circles.
This tax dollar / tuition, money-laundering scheme
fills America with unemployed, college graduates
living in their parent’s basement and this brings me
to my point.
Journalism, as an impartial source of news,
is dead as proven by recent e-mail leaks revealing
coordination between the DNC and the mainstream
have become so skeptical of ruling class approved
news reports I no longer believe the obituary
left-slanted media is actively attacking Donald
Trump, while ignoring Hillary Clinton’s quid-pro-quo
scheme as Secretary of State.
To statists, she is the chosen one.
If the American voter does not realize
impartial journalism has passed, the next obituary
will read, “Our great American experiment in freedom
Preceding her in death was the previously
honorable profession of journalism.”