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  • Bravo Jennifer! I am with you 100%. I oscillated for a while between the GOP candidates trying to "like" Trump, Jeb,Carly,Ben but always went back to that kid from Miami.It's all about first impressions and I will never forget his speech to the RNC back in 2012(not the bottled water advertisement haha) Fast forward to Saturday night, yeah he stumbled and was a bit redundant, as they all are but that's the nature of campaigning and one can only imagine the grind of such an undertaking. However,this and his less than expected showing in NH yesterday may be a wake up call for him to pay less attention to his handlers and more to his own political savvy and instincts(works for Trump). Regardless, he has earned his spot on the biggest ticket in all the land and I agree, he offers a positive message which I find, dare I say a little "hope and change" in---Go Marco!
  • Rob on
    Greetings from Houston, TX. Loved your Generation Miley column, forwarding it to my brothers, my sister and their college/high school-aged children. Thanks for helping make some sense at a time when there's not a lot of sense being made.
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    Nice write up on Carlos Danger. 7.29.2013 Herald I agree with you. Nobody is perfect but this guy crossed a line. My Question to you is-do you believe what goes around comes around ? Or do some people just skip through like nothing happened.
  • This is a touching article.
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  • Your article in the Herald "Church doesn't bend,but endures" was so refreshing to read...all I have heard and read besides your article has been critical and biased. Thank you for a breath of fresh air.
  • Thanks for that explanation of why this lady seems so morally screwed up, and doesn't seem to know it. Jesus, its scary. And to think we elected one like her to lead our country and the free world right now.
  • "conflating the concepts" is apparently our president's campaign plan. Just yesterday in FL he compared his Buffet tax hike of "make the playing field fair" to Ronald Regan doing the same thing. It's odd nobody pointed out that the president is proposing higher taxes compared to Regan who lowered them. Karl Rove today made a most excellent observation. Obama in a 2008 campaign speech quipped, "If you don't have any fresh ideas, then you use stale tactics to scare voters. If you don't have a record to run on, then you paint your opponent as someone people should run from." I guess we are seeing him take a page out of this playbook...
  • There is no war on women but what is made up by the Left. There are more services for women than you can imagine. The is a war on men and the family. I've been unemployed for one year and I KNOW what is out there in government service and who qualifies vs. who actually gets them. No, I don't want to pay for a Law Student's contraception, Male or Female. This nation needs to GROW UP. I'm sick of never-launched males and I certainly don't need a country full of perpetual barefoot-pregnant-STD filled women and irresponsible men. There is more to LIFE then SEX people!
  • No, Puerto Rico is the United States' SOWETHO. Every single U.S. Citizen who moves to Puerto Rico losos the right to vote for President, regardless of where they were born or what their ancestry is. If Santorum's family moved to PR, they could not vote for him! In fact, if Santorum moved to PR and he won the nomination for Republican Presidential Candidate, he could run, BUT HE COULD NOT VOTE FOR HIMSELF!!!! Does that make any sense to anybody outside of the U.S. Congress??? It's called APARTHEID, plain and simple! And it's time for the U.S. to put an end to it!
  • Well, Juan, at least in the United States they still have "native Americans". In Puerto Rico we killed off all of the Tainos CENTURIES AGO! And if you are going to claim that all of us Puerto Ricans are descendants of the Tainos, don't believe it for a minute! Of course, there are traces of mitochondrial DNA in some member of the Puerto Rican population, but that is just as there are traces of "African" DNA in every human, because we all evolved from homonids from Africa, and you don't see Newt Gingrich claiming to be an "African-American" because of that, do you????
  • So Puerto Rico is the new Area 51...!!!
  • YES JUAN M., even Though we gave a lot back as citizens of USA, WE KNOW that our Democracy, political stability & part of Living in a Territory of the U.S. But the Discrimination and non-Incorporation as a State is something that we & the great Mayority don't aprove as U.S. citizens....WE WANT STATEHOOD & WE KNOW THAT WE ARE ARE A LOT BETTER OFF BECAUSE WE ARE PART OF U.S.A. So Juan M. is Free to GO AWAY....unlike CUBA, and poor Haiti.
  • Puerto Ricans are better off because of the United States? Try to find a native American, to see if there is one who will believe you. Then see this video:
  • Like Doña Carmen, I spend 49yrs of my 82yrs in USA. Voted all the time in the elections, but none since 2000 that moved to PR. Hpoe to see PR as the 51st State.
  • Excelent article. It's say it all.
  • I love this artical and will share it with others I am 60 years old man, born and raised in Manhattan New York, and in favor statehood for Puerto Rico, i have served for many years in the PNP party. Just like Doña Carmen, i truly wish to see Puerto Rico as the 51st state of the union and become a "Full" American citizane without loosing our culture.
  • Right on the mark, Jennifer. Thank you for being the voice of truth in the wilderness of liberal misrepresentation.
  • Not to be arbitrarily contrary, but I believe that one of the permeating themes of that particular vignette is that the debt grew out of control with each war the US engaged in. So, considering that that the United States is currently strectched between MULTIPLE wars, which by the way President Obama inherited and did not initiate, would not that be a more viable source of our current economic crisis then just simply "spending". I think that rather than pointing fingers, each one of us as Americans should take the blame unto ourselves. The answer is balance. We borrow way too much, spend way too much, and a lot of our expenditures go across seas to fund wars that no one understands to the point of them becoming a jumbled mass of chaos. Just something to ponder....
  • Love this column Jennifer! Thank you.