Many have asked me, why an open-minded, politically moderate individual like myself, would vote for Dr. Mark Plaster for Maryland’s third Congressional district. Forget about disappointment in the partisan politics—I do my best to ignore political affiliation and to examine information. Mark Plaster, a former emergency physician for 30 years, is the owner of a successful international publishing company. He’s a veteran. He has a law degree. Both of these accomplishments show he knows of the terrors of war and terrors of the legal environment. Plaster—running on pro-business and pro-veteran platforms—is running for Maryland’s third Congressional district. His health care stance has both...Read More
Author: Nathan Feder
HBO’s adored television show Game of Thrones, based on George R. R. Martin’s original book A Song of Ice and Fire, has broken a record of the most awards for any television series or show. Game of Thrones keeps viewers on their toes, impressing everyone this past season’s finale. Donald Trump has skillfully navigated his way through the political arena. As of March 2016, he received $2 Billion worth of free media coverage. Last week, Trump played the media game like Cersei Lannister. Caution: the article is dark and full of spoilers. First, a crowd gathered at the majestic Septa of Baelor for...Read More
Facebook Live session on July 14, Gingrich discussed parts of the thorough vetting process when selecting a Vice Presidential nominee. He explained an important variable considered beyond the political relationship: the interpersonal relationship between President and Vice President candidates. Indiana Governor Mike Pence, who appears more gentlemanly and is a sharp Conservative, balances the ticket and maintains a vibrant interpersonal relationship with Trump. On August 4, in North Carolina, eleven-years-old Matthew Schricker asked Pence a question: “I’ve been watching the news lately and I’ve been noticing lately that you’ve been kind of softening up on Mr. Trump’s policies and...Read More
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