2015 has been the year that just wouldn't quit for Americans in America. First there was an ISIS terrorist attack on the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, in France, capped by another ISIS terrorist attack in France in November. These attacks in France show that ISIS is growing, proving that Americans have much to fear right here on our own turf. Aside from that, in America we're losing jobs to robots and foreigners, Wall Street is getting fatter, there are too many richies, some kid did a hit and run because he has affluenza (excuse me but if he grew up in my house he would have been put over Pa's knee and lashed with a belt for a half hour or so, then had his hunting privileges taken for a week, so it never would have even come to affluenza and definitely not the hit and run part), the Second Amendment is in jeopardy each and every day, and McDonalds is talking about serving kale. Talk about darkness.
As a qualified American, I look to other qualified Americans for guidance and leadership. After all, being the best is what America is best at, so America is the first place to look for leadership whenever the world begins to become a dark place.
As 2015 draws to a close and we look forward to ringing in the New Year, I think it's safe to say that no one American has come out and proven time and again that he is better equipped to lead than Donald Trump. Dare I say it? He's become a ray of hope. And don't quote me on this but I'm hedging my bets on a Trump/Cruz ticket in November. Unbeatable. Wouldn't that be sweet.
Some say that Donald Trump is brash. Others say he's sexist. Or racist. Or whatever. I say, nonsense. The man tells it like it is, and I'll be damned if we couldn't use someone like that in The White House for once. Calling out Carly Fiorina for being ugly and going public about banning Muslims is nothing more than stating the unsavory obvious. Freedom of speech is what America was founded on and it's about time we all felt free enough to get back to using it.
Among other American things, I'll be covering all things Trump and politics all year, moving into Election Day 2016 (Tuesday, November 8 for the uninitiated), to help guide those who need it and show everyone who is not already American the American way—the greatest way. Our National dialogue is turning, people are waking up, and American politics have never been more exciting!