“This is not the time for the ‘American Dream’ to die”–Paul Ebeling
Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States, has opened the Office of the Former President in Palm Beach, Florida.
The Office is responsible for managing President Trump’s correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities to advance the interests of the United States and to carry on the agenda of The Trump Administration through advocacy, organizing, and public activism.
President Trump will always be a Champion for the American People, working daily to make and keep America 1st and Great.
Offices for former Presidents are paid for by the General Services Administration, as per the Former Presidents Act. The act says the office can be set up anywhere in the USA.
In addition to funding for offices and staff, all former Presidents are entitled to a pension “equal to the annual rate of basic pay, as in effect from time to time, of the head of an executive department” for the remainder of their lives.
The term ‘The American Dream was coined in Y 1931 by historian James Truslow Adams. It is the idea that anyone, regardless of their background and standing, can aim for a more prosperous life for themselves and their children. This Dream has for some time been in crisis, and President Trump has bemoaned its pangs of death. And through is tireless energy, and hard work has emerged as a Champion of the American Dream.
“No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love him.”- 1 St. Paul to the Corinthians 2:9
“I have one Question for the Politicians in Washington: Why are politicians not keeping Trump viable and attempting to destroy him? Something that is so important to American. Donald Trump brought to the frontline his way, difficult for many to understand, a challenging approach to American politics.
“When we look closely at his accomplishments versus his personality, you must admit that he did make many positive contributions to the American People, unlike any other President in modern times had ever attempted to do. One must admit, they were also accomplished with such speed and determination.
“Look back in our history at such People like Patrick Henry, John Hancock, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks – all who tried to make America better and did. Should we have prosecuted them too?
“It is hard to understand why certain Washington insiders want to defuse his accomplishments or destroy Donald Trump, as he surly stands side-by-side with the above referenced illustrious Americans.
“Personally, if he were in business working for me, I would encourage such a performance-minded person for as in the long run the person’s contributions would more than outweigh any negatives which I believe could had easily been managed. This is the attitude that members of Congress should be taking, in my opinion, not one of total destruction.
“Another questions: Is Mr. Trump that destructive to be destroyed? Where is the Forgiving and Appreciative hand as the Bible teaches us?
“Ask yourself, how would you like to trade places with street-fighter Donald Trump, who you are trying desperately for various reasons to put in a corner?
“My response to Mr. Trump, keep fighting for us! Don’t stop for in the long run, the American people do and will continue to appreciate what you have done for us. Do not let Congress blame you for the Capitol riots for they failed more than you by not taking the necessary steps prior to caution against any rioting and public damaging of Federal Buildings.
“Congress knew well in advance and by experience the possibilities of such happening, yet took no steps necessary to control or prevent ANYTHING ! Why? Because they knew well in advance what would happen and it did,” says Bruce WD Barren, an often LTN editorial contributor.
There have been some awfully bad (some evil) politicians over the last 150 yrs who might have been impeached, but instead were ‘sainted’ by the elite establishment, the list is long, here are a few that I recall vividly, as follows:
John Caldwell Calhoun was an American politician and political theorist from South Carolina who held many important positions including being the 7th Vice President of the United States from 1825 to 1832, while adamantly defending slavery and protecting the interests of the white South when its residents were outnumbered by Northerners. His beliefs and warnings heavily influenced the South’s secession from the Union in 1860–1861.
Lyndon B. Johnson was the most ruthless US politician who ever lived. Qualified people labeled him a megalomaniacal psychopath. I recall a rumor from people inside the White House then: “You do not trust any one of them, but the total sum of them do serve as a barometer of the person holding the office“, meaning that LBJ was the measuring stick for manipulative, heartless, evil men. He ‘shagged’ more women in the White House than probably any President or combination of Presidents ever, including like Bill Clinton and JFK.
Joseph McCarthy (R-Wis): The word “McCarthyism” is synonymous with political persecution, paranoia and slander because of the man who served as a Republican Senator from Wisconsin from Ys 1947-57.
George Wallace, the Alabama governor and Y 1968 Presidential candidate and prime enemy of desegregation who fought civil rights with beatings and police dogs.
Robert Carlyle Byrd (D-WV) served as a United States Senator from West Virginia for over 51 yrs, from 1959 until his death in 2010 at 92. He he filibustered against the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Senator was a proud member of the KKK and the Congressional King of Pork Barrel spending.
Adam Clayton Powell Jr., a black Baptist pastor who represented the Harlem neighborhood of New York City in the United States House of Representatives from Ys 1945 until 1971. A congressional investigation found that Mr. Powell committed acts of financial misconduct that included appropriation of Congressional funds for his personal use, the use of funds meant for the House Education and Labor Committee to pay the salary of a housekeeper at his home in The Bahamas, purchasing airline tickets for himself, family, and friends from the funds of the House Education and Labor Committee, making false reports on expenditures of foreign currency while head of the House Education and Labor Committee and engaging with young girls while on government business trips.
There are many many more, and Donald Trump’s behavior does not mirror any of them.
The Statue of Liberty is an enduring symbol of the American Dream, and like him or not he will go down in history as the greatest US President since George Washington. No President in the history of this nation has worked harder to bring back and preserve the resolutions of it Founders.
Have a healthy day, Keep the Faith!