Peter Cavanaugh, an opinion columnist for the Sierra Star in Oakhurst, California, says the November election in California’s Fourth Congressional District is a referendum about President Donald Trump.
“Banana Republicans” are helping President Trump tear apart America, Sierra Star columnist Peter Cavanaugh says. If only there were more Republicans in Washington like the ones Cavanaugh sees around Oakhurst, California.
Sierra Star columnist Peter Cavanaugh talks about what’s hardcore and gives six examples, including Michelle Wolf’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner speech, several recent actions by President Donald Trump and even action by Rep. Tom McClintock.
“Some people continue to defend trickle-down theories which assume that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice. Meanwhile, the excluded are still waiting.” -- Pope Francis – “Evangelii Gaudium” (2013).
January started with “Flashback 2016” “Twitterdee Dumb” discussed the inauguration of Donald J. Trump. “Dog Catches Bus” noted a new total command of our national government by the Republican Party. “Obstreperous Obstinacy” marveled at the triumph of loyalty over logic. “Oakhurst Rising” saluted an historic turnout led by Oakhurst Area for Peace. “In This Together” recognized the advent of a new consciousness.
“December 7, 1941 - a date which will live in infamy--the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.” (President Franklin Delano Roosevelt War Message to Congress)
Your presence is needed to guide our nation. Join others tonight at 6 p.m. at Minarets High School for a Town Hall Meeting with our 4th Congressional District Representative, Tom McClintock. He wants your thoughts.
In a previous episode of “For Your Consideration” - Sierra Star columnist Peter Cavanaugh recounted his abundant lack of enthusiasm when suddenly confronted with an unscheduled four-day hospital stay while vacationing with Eileen in their hometown of Syracuse, N.Y. This was precipitated by a combination of COPD driven pneumonia and a newly experienced “Atrial Flutter.” It felt like a naughty butterfly was stuck in his heart.
Jordan Clark of North Fork, announces the launch of her new business, Buttercream Queen, a custom cake business servicing the Mountain Area and the Valley. Clark demonstrates a cake design from start to finish.