(Television History and Trivia)




Victor Edward Swanson,


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- - - T.H.A.T., Edition No. 170 - - -

    Hey.  I am a guy!  Let me start this edition of Television History and Trivia with a thought about women on Detroit television.  Have you noticed that there seems to be a "Battle of the Tits" going on?  It seems to me that, for one, the Channel 7/Channel 20 television group is working to get viewers to tune into the newscasts by showing off tits, such as the tits of Carolyn Clifford and the tits Glenda Lewis, both of whom are cute.  Yes, it seems to me Carolyn Clifford and Glenda Lewis are some on television who are often stuffed into tight tops or dresses to deliver news to television viewers in the Detroit area.  Also, when I tune into Channel 2, Taryn Asher is often put in a tight dress, which shows off her round tits.  At the moment, I think Channel 4 is losing the "Battle of the Tits" on Detroit television.  That is what news on television needs is moreof-- round tits.  Hey, I wonder what it would be like to hold Glenda Lewis's tits or Carolyn Clifford's tits, using both hands.  Well, that it that for now!  Keep the tits in mind while you read this edition of Television History and Trivia.  [Note: This paragraph was written on May 8, 2018.]

    On Sunday, April 29, 2018, the Detroit Free Press published a story about the "media" (Romey, Nathan.  "Why Americans stopped trusting the news media."  Detroit Free Press, 29 April 2018, pp, 23A and 24A.), and the article was actually an excerpt from a new book entitled After the Fact: The Erosion of Truth and the Inevitable Rise of Donald Trump.  Based on the excerpt, I can say that the book must be crap.  Look at some of the bullshit that Nathan Bomey pushed along in the article--"...For most of us, facts are fungible and shapeable.  There's no one who better exemplifies this than President Donald Trump, who trampled the truth en route to the White House.  During this 2016 campaign--and during the first year of his presidency--Trump repeatedly skewed the facts, evaded the truth, and stirred up dissension based on rumors, innuendo, and outright concoctions.  He spun falshoods about the threats posed by refugees, Muslims, criminals, and innumberable other boogeymen.  He fibbed about his own achievements, misled voters about his opponents, circulated conspiracy theories, deceived the public about the legitimate journalism, and grossly mischaracterized a multitude of political issues....".  I state--The words from  Nathan Bomey are bullshit of the highest degree!  Nathan Bomey is a liar.  Later in the article, Nathan Bomey pushed forth--"...To understand how this happened, we must relinquish any pretense that this is a one-sided problem.  It's a bipartisan epidemic.  Democrats are also guilty, albeit not to the same degree as Republicans during the 2017 campaign...."  That is more bullshit!  I spent eight years showing up the crap from Barack Hussein Obama--a perpetual liar, pushing for communism and Sharia and socialism--in documents that I have on the Internet.  "Democrats" are much worse than "Republicans" are!  Here is more bullshit from Nathan Bomey--"...Most reporters no longer have time to dive deeply into stories or become experts on narrow topics.  The ones who do--institutions such as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and USA Today--are the exceptions to the rule.  And they can only cover a sliver of what happenes in this country....".  I state--Most reporters, especially on television, cover fluff [Note: Watch the Detroit area news broadcasts--most of what is reported on, from house fires to shootings and killings, has no useful value], and there is nothing for most reporters to dive into because of the nature of the stories.  Hey, wait!  Here is an aside.  Look at the change in the Detroit Free Press over the decades.  Especially since the 1970s, that newspaper has really gone down to covering nothing on a regular basis as a rule--if you look at a newspaper edition of the 1960s and a newspaper edition of today, you will see that the paper of today covers and has less than the paper of back when did.  For years, reporters have been doing less (and it has nothing to do with the Internet--there has been a trend for reporters to want to do more commentary and less passing along of facts).  Later in Nathan Bomey's article, there is this--"...In their quest for relevancy and revenue amid digital upheaval, thousands of news outlets have embraced real-time metrics to track story readership, photo gallery clicks, video views, and other measures of audience engagement.  But access to raw data on what readers want has tipped the scales in favor of more controversial topics, senstationsl headlines, and buzzy tweets.  With some obvious exceptions, the news is increasingly hyperbolic and light on nuance.  These trends have played a key role in severing the bonds of trust between journalists and folks in Middle America, many of whom voted for Trump as he repeatedly bashed the industry.  To be sure, Trump's attempts to discredit legitimate reporting have been disheartening because of his profound influence on millions and because, despite extraordinary financial challenges, some reportes have managed to churn out exceptional watchdog reporting on the president's rise....".  The quoted material of the previous sentence shows Nathan Bomey is unaware of, for example, newspaper history and television news history and how the newspaper industry has been going to crap for decades.  In addition, "the severing of bonds of trust" has nothing to do with what Nathan Bomey pushed forth.  I have shown, such as in additions of Television History and Trivia of the last ten years, how much the main media lies--Lying by the media killed the "trust" and not Donald Trump and Donald Trump's use of the Internet.  Here is one big piece of illogic in Nathan Bomey's article--"...But his [Trump's] accusations have nonetheless struck a chord with Americans who have noticed the negative effects of the industry's desperate scramble to survive.  That scramble has narrowed the gap between what's real and what's fake.  Suddenly the implausible looks plausible....".  The material from Nathan Bomey is bullshit!  Nathan Bomey pushed out the idea that people want fake news, and here is how Nathan Romey pushed that idea out--"...In a world riddled with disappointment, heartache, and discontent, fake news often resonates with readers because it's reassuring.  Many  people would simply prefer not to face the facts, said Neil McGinness, editor in chief of the Weekly World News, a tabloid that has long trafficked in fake news....".  Stop!  People have had "disappointment, heartache, and discontent" for centuries and centuries and forever.  What does that have to do with the main media--so-called journalists, who went to college or university and got degrees related to writing--pushing lies?  By the way, a good person can get the feeling Nathan Bomey is supporting the idea that the media should regularly lie and lying is justified.  In the article, Nathan Bomey got on the piss-ass subject of manmade global warming and people's not believing so-call "experts."  By the time I reached the half-way point of the article, I was defining the article as a collage of illogic and mush thought.  Nathan Bomey pushed the idea that, because of the rise of the Internet, people can avoid the so-called truth put out by the regular media and reject so-called experts.  I note--The whole article was pseudo-intellectual flap doodle.  Look at this collage of flap doodle--"...The public's positive response to authenticity and transparency in social media, business, politics, and journalism is an encouraging sign because it suggests that many people still want to distinguish between fact and fiction.  But the problem is that identifying genuine authenticity is extremely difficult in the misinformation age.  In fact, it's a key reason why Donald Trump was elected president.  To his supporters, Trump exemplified authenticity.  Trump's willingness to buck conventional political standards, skew the truth by sounding authoritative, communicate openly and directly with followers on social media, and treat journalists with disdain all acheived a strategic outcome--giving him the perception of trushworthiness in a world overwhelmed by falsehoods...." and "...So we should not be surprised that Trump's ability to mimic authenticity found a welcome audience.  The groundwork had already been laid for someone to capitalize on our collective susceptibility to deception, regardless of or political persuasion....".  Hold it!  I have had it!  The article is so rotten, it would take me hours and hours to go over it well and show how shitty it is.
    [Note: By the way, the Detroit Free Press had a side article to Nathan Bomey's piece on April 29, 2018, and it was an interview of Nathan Bomey by Brian Dickerson (Dickerson, Brian.  "Facebook, lies and the future of journalism."  Detroit Free Press, 29 April 2018, pp. 24A and 24A.).  I went through the piece.  It was more crap, and given this document is supposed to be mostly about television, I will not talk about it.]

    Hey, did you see the title of the article in the Detroit Free Press for April 29, 2018--at the top of page 8A?  The article was entitled "D.C. journalists toast press freedom" (The Associated Press.  "D.C. journalists toast press freedom."  Detroit Free Press, 29 April 2018, p. 8A.).  It was about the White House Correspondents' Association dinner.  I note that title of the article was to give the impression Donald Trump is anti-freedom of the press and is working to censor the press, which is the way of socialists and communists, as history show.  The article was more crap from the main media.

    Hold it!  On April 25, 2018, I learned about some thoughts pushed out by Lawrence Wright on WFYC-AM (which it tied to National Public Radio or NPR) on the previous day.  Lawrence Wright, whose new book is entitled God Save Texas: A Journey into the Soul of the Lone Star State, said such things as--"...You can drive all across Texas and be in two different states.  If you're listening to AM, you're hearing Rush Limbaugh, then you hear the evangelical preachers and a lot of Spanish radio.  That's the AM band.  And, ah, the best and most full expression of that is our lieutenant governor--Dan Patrick--probably the most conservative politician we've ever elected in Texas who is really driving the train of social conservative activism right now in Texas.  And he is a shock jock from Houston who has his own radio stations.  And, ah, he comes from that AM culture...." and "...The AM band is in ascendant in politics right now, but the FM is just as much a part of Texas as the AM.  It's urbane, it's metropolitan, it's you know, sophisticated, and it sounds just like radio anywhere you would go, any FM station.  And it really expresses the soul of the cities which are blue and which are sophisticated and very much part of the rest of America.  The cities are blue, period.  The rural culture has been red for a considerable amount of time, but that's not where the growth is.  The growth is all in the cities and the suburbs, and you know the political demography of the suburbs is beginning to drift away from the solid red core.....".  That material is flap doodle.  One purpose of the piece is--it seems--to put down and discredit the AM band.  The piece is fake news.  For one, his discription of the FM band is all screwed up.  Look at Detroit-area radio, for example,  There is non-sophisticated black rap formats, and there is "Patriot Radio" (which is hardly what Lawrence Wright would like to listen to on FM radio).  If you look at the FM band in the Detroit area  (of Michigan), you will find rock and roll all over place and you will find country music.  I stop there about Detroit.  Go up north in Michigan, and you will find the FM band is not loaded with Lawrence Wright's idea of FM.  I say that, basically, Lawrene Wright was simply working to promote NPR-associated stations as the heart of America.  That is bullshit!

    In the past, I have often noted that there is little cute or fun or nice on television (unless you want to talk about some tits).  From the late 1950s to the 1970s (at least), cartoons with Bullwinkle the Moose and Rocky the Squirrel were popular to television viewers.  Through the edition of TV Guide for April 30-May 13, 2018 (page 6), I learned Amazon Prime Video has a new version of The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle.  The little article had a photograph of Rocky and Bullwinkle, and they did not look pleasant or cute or nice to me, and it did not surprise me.

    Let me now focus on some really crappy stuff that I saw on television recently.
    On Saturday, May 26, 2018, I happened to catch a small portion of an episode of a series called Growing a Greener World, which was on the Create Channel (and it was at about 12:39 p.m.).  The focus was on the Koinoina Farm in Georgia.  The portion that I saw was rotten.  It was a pseudo-intellictual socialistic piece related to saving the planet, and it talked about a "balanced environment," and the guest being interviewed offered confusing thoughts and mush.  One idea pushed was "permaculture."
    [Note: Keep this in mind.  During the previous week, a neighbor and I cut down an 80-feet pine, which was highly cracked at the bottom and was likely to fall on a house; the man and I used steel cable and a chain saw to take down the tree.  During the previous week, I planted about ten little trees (which had been set through the mail to a friend).  None of my work was designed to save the planet or make a "balanced environment."  Actually, "Nature" does not need me to make a "balance environment."   "Nature" was around before I showed up, and "Nature" will be around after I am gone.  What is a "balanced environment"?  Who sets the standards for a "balanced environment"?  "Nature" does what it does.  Of course, maybe squirrels are concerned with "permaculture."]
    On Sunday, May 27, 2018, I happened to tune into a portion of Sunday Morniing (on CBS-TV).  It had a segment with celebrities pushing marijuana use and growing their own product to sell, and it involved Tommy Chong--a highly rotten man who has been the image of illegal drug use for decade--and Melissa Ethridge (a feminist).  The episode had a segment on the musical called Hair (which was very popular with the drug-using people and hippies of the 1960s).  The episode had a segment on a summer festival in San Francisco (a communistic city in California), and the segment talked about beer makers and wine makers.  The episode had a portion devoted to Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (a liberal-type show of the late 1960s and early 1970s), which is running on the Decades subchannel network (which has ties to CBS-TV).  And the episode had a highly rotten man called Arne Duncan, who gave a little push about having a school boycott to get politicians to listen to the so-called people, such as school children, and do something about gun violence; Arne Duncan, who has been the CEO of the Chicago schools and has been the U.S. Education Secretary, is a hard-line communist, who has been pushing to make "Common Core" the standard thoughout the country.
    [Note: "Common Core" is a highly rotten idea.  When a federal government sets the standards for education in a country, you can end up with defectively educated people and low standards and defective values of knowledge; bad people, such as commuists, are very likely to get in control of the education standards for the entire country, and that then creates crap for everyone.  It is better when there is more "diversity" in control of education in a country; for instance, each state could set standards, and if one state has shitty people in control, at least that state does no drag down other states and the students within them, which can choose better standards).  When complete control is in one place, it only takes a few people--such as a few communists and freaks and rotten people--to screw up the lives a millions.]
    Sunday Morning and Growing and Greener World are just what the communists and socialists want.

    Hey, let me take a "Battle of the Tits" break, before I go on to talking about problems with a history page associated with a website known as "detroitkidsshow.com" (which belongs to Ed Golick Jr.).  On May 10, 2018, I was in the Detroit area again.  I tuned into Channel 20.1 at about 10:00 p.m. to see what Glenda Lewis was wearing (during a newscast).  [Note: Channel 20.1 and Channel 7.1 belong to the same entity, and, in essence, newscasters of the entity work at both stations.]  Glenda Lewis was in a tight blue dress.  The tits were front and center.  Glenda Lewis looked sexy.  At 11:00 p.m., I tuned into Channl 7.1, and Carolyn Clifford was wearing a white outfit, which was not as form fitting as Glenda Lewis's.  On May 10, 2018, Glenda Lewis won the "Battle of the Tits."  It would have been better if Glenda Lewis's outfit was open in the front to show breast area skin--cleveage.  I wonder if she has pretty skin between the tits.

    Announcement: I have several new documents on the Internet--at the website for The Hologlobe Press.  One document is entitled "Indigenous Peoples Day"--It is Not Deserved and Should Not Exist.  It can be reached by using this Indigenous link.  Another document is entitled Black-Racist U.S. Representative Frederica Wilson (a Democrat related to Florida) Shits on a Killed U.S. Soldier--Army Sergeant La David Johnson (a Black Man), which can be reached through this Frederica Wilson.  In relation to Frederica Wilson, you should see the video on YouTube entitled "John Kelly's EMOTIONAL White House Press Briefing 10/22/2017", which was posted on October 19, 2017, and it runs 21 minutes.  Yet another document is entitled The United States of America is Not "Healthy" Anymore and Never Will Be Again--Stupid Americans by the Millions and Rotten Politicians Like Having the Federal Government in Charge of Health Care, When It Should Never Be, which can be reached through this Not Healthy link.  Also I put a document that is under construction (at the time this document was published on the Internet) at the website for The Hologlobe Press so that I could show the documents listed in the bibliography (and it has a tie-in with this document), and that document is informally called A Collage of Corrupt, which can be reached through this Collage link.

    On the Internet, there is a website known as "detroitkidshow.com" (which covers Detroit-area television history, though not much really).  The site belongs to Ed Golick Jr., who has been associated with Tim Kiska in a number of publications (books).  By the way, the previous edition of Television History of Trivia shows more of the crap that Tim Kiska has written in history books.  One of the webpages associated with "detroitkidshow.com" is about a television show featuring Johnny Slagel and Pat Tobin (the latter of whom is a woman, who probably never wore on a television show a dress like the blue dress that Glenda Lewis wore on May 10, 2018).  The page has this text--"Pat 'n Johnny was WXYZ's first experience with afternoon TV.  In 1949, Detroit's other TV stations signed on in the early afternoon with information shows such as WWJ's Homemaker's Exchange, Jean McBride's Homemaking Hints and WJBK's Adventures in Sewing.".  Does that look good to you?  Well, it is misinformation!  First, Homemaker's Exchange did not belong to WWJ-TV, Channel 4. Homemaker's Exchange was a CBS-TV network show, offered to affiliates of the CBS-TV network.  In Detroit, when Pat Tobin and Johnny Slagle's television show showed up, WJBK-TV was the CBS-TV affiliate, and Homemaker's Exhange was aired over WJBK-TV, Channel 2.  It was in December 1949 when Pat and Johnny got teamed up for a television show, and when they came on the air, Adventures in Sewing was not airing in Detroit anywhere.  Adventures in Sewing did not show up in the Detroit area till March 1950.  Plus, Adventures in Sewing, which was hosted by Louise Winslow, was not a program made in Detroit, but it was aired on WJBK-TV when it showed up (Note: In Chicago (Illinois), the show was seen on WGN-TV, and in Toledo (Ohio), the show was seen on WSPD-TV).  Ed Golick Jr. notes that WWJ-TV had Jean McBride's show as a starting show for the day (a weekday), and that is not quite right.  Depending on the weekday, the schedule on WWJ-TV started out with either Jean McBride's show or a show called Rehearsal for Romance (a local show that was followed by Jean McBride's show).  Incidentally, Adventures in Sewing was a filmed series, and around 1950, Louise Winslow made a number of personal appearances in cities in the country, such as Somerset, Pennsylvania, to give sewing lessons or demonstations at stores, which were selling sewing machines made by Domestic Sewing Machines, which sponsored her show, which was a 13-week syndicated show.  I note that the Louise Winslow's show may actually have been called--Adventures in Sewing!.

    From 1951 to 1953, a real "Battle of the Movies" (as opposed to the "Battle of the Tits") took place on Detroit television, and what I mean by this in this case is--the three commercial television stations in Detroit aired a lot of movies around the 11:00 p.m. hour of each day, and there were usually at least two stations with movies on air, and there were days when all three stations had a movie on.  On Saturday, November 29, 1952, Channel 2 had a movie for television viewers at 11:15 p.m..  That movie was--Ta Da!--Star Reporter.  The movie, which was released to theaters in 1939, featured such performers as Warren Hull, Marsha Hunt, and Paul Fix (who would in the 1950s become a regular on the television series entitled The Rifleman).  No, Star Reporter did not focus on a female reporter, as did, for instance, Her Girl Friend (which I mentioned in the previous edition of T.H.A.T.).  On November 29, 1952, Channel 7 offered a competing movie, and that movie was Strange Illusion, which began to run at 11:30 p.m. and which featured Jimmy Lydon playing the main character.  For this edition of T.H.A.T., I make Star Reporter the film for you to see under my umbrella title called Looking at the Movies, which is a regular segment in editions of T.H.A.T. and is used to show what were the movies shown on television stations in Detroit in the early years of Detroit television history.  YouTube has the movie.  Do not confuse the movie with a "Nancy Drew" movie, in which a character called "Nancy Drew" is a reporter.

    Oh, since 14.6 (broadcast) in the Detroit area has changed to showing infomercials and movies, the network has aired such movies as Affairs of Cappy Ricks (featuring Walter Brennan), Why We Fight: Prelude to War (a federal-government film made during World War II by Frank Capra), Dishonored Lady (featuring Hedy Lamarr), Doll Face (featuring Vivian Blaine), and an old musical movie with black-musician Louis Jordan and an all-black cast [the title of which I was not able to get].

   Announcement for the novice again (reworked in May 2017): To get useful television-delivered news or Internet-delivered news, WorldNetDaily.com, "The Drudge Report," and CNS News (which is on the Internet and which was launched on June 16, 1998), since the entities do not blindly support Barack Obama-type people (communists and Shariaists), as do CNN, MSNBC, NBC-TV, CBS-TV, and ABC-TV (Note: To learn about bad journalism, you might tune in to CNN, MSNBC, NBC-TV, CBS-TV, and ABC-TV from time to time to see how they differ from the better places mentioned).  I note that Fox News Channel is evolving into a rotten channel, becoming like those that I have put down in this paragraph.  If you are unclear of my intentions, I say in different words that you should boycott CNN, MSNBC, NBC-TV, CBS-TV, and ABC-TV and even now much of what is on the Fox News Channel and hope they lose more ratings and advertising revenues, since they are expendable, and it is time for you to find the guts to be mean and heartless and cancel them--since they are hurting you.  [Note: Everyone in the Democratic Party in the country is rotten, and the Republican Party establishment has shown itself to be socialistic and communistic within the last few years, and only a few of the rotten people are U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell, U.S. Senator John McCain, Jeb Bush, and Chris Christie.]

    In 1971 and 1972, there was a push by women associated with the National Organization for Women (or NOW)--which a smart person of today understands is a socialistic or communistic based entity headed by bad women--to get more women on television as news anchors and reporters, and, for example, NOW of the Detroit area tried to get the television licenses taken away from the three main commercial television stations if the television stations did not comply to their demands of getting more women on television.

    Hey, on Memorial Day 2018 (May 28, 2018), I happened to catch the late-evening newscast of "9&10 News" for Fox 32 (which was, for me, Channel 10.1 broadcast).  The news anchor was Katie Boomgaard, and the weathercaster was Haleigh Vaughn, and the sports anchor was Megan Viecelli.  The news team looked like a team of high-school girls, those who had done nothing in their lives so far (maybe not even shovel show, based on how thin and shapeless Haleigh Vaughn and Megan Viecelli were).  The three sounded like little girls.  And that is the state of news in many places of the country today.

    In the 1960s, the push to have more airtime on television stations devoted to news really took off in the Detroit, and one reason for that was when the newspaper strike hit the Detroit area in the summer of 1962.  Around 1962, the main news anchor at Channel 7, WXYZ-TV, was Lee McNew (or Leon McNew); he would leave the station in April 1966, after having been with the station for about a dozen years, which started out with his jobs of hosting entertainment shows and which ended with his being a newsman for the station for about six years.  During World War II, Lee McNew was a navigator on a B-17 bomber for the 15th Air Force while in Italy.  While Lee McNew was a newsman for Channel 7, he hosted several Emergency Room shows (focusing of patients of Detroit Receiving Hospital) and put together a special called Inside the Congo (the film for which he had gotten while visiting the Congo in early 1961), and the special was aired on March 18, 1961.  In 1970, Lee McNew returned to Detroit television in a series for Channel 62, WXON-TV, called My Kind of Town and later Inner Space.
    [Note: The Yankee Air Museum, which is located at Willow Run Airport or sort of the Belleville area, Michigan, has a restored B-17 Flying Fortress, and the Flying Fortress is flown with paying guests during the summer tourist season.]

    For a number of decades, Channel 7, WXYZ-TV, has saluted senior high-school students for doing well, and on May 12, 2018, I happened to catch a segment focusing on the "Best of Class" for 2018 (at about 9:36 a.m.), and the reporter was Jennifer Ann Wilson, and at one point, Jennifer Ann Wilson interviewed an Asian-type boy, and the boy noted that he wants to attend Princeton University, and the boy sounded like a young boy or even a girl or a girly boy and not a young man, and to me, the boy came off as a useless boy, despite whatever grades he might have gotten in high school [Note: Can he change a tire?].

    By the way, I say this to Glenda Lewis--You win the "Battle of the Tits" over Haleigh Vaughn and Megan Viecelli.

    Hold it!   But do not hold the tits!  Boy, the previous little sentence is confusing.  Maybe, I should say--"Hold the tits."  Here is some bad related to tits.  The Miss America Pageant entity is getting rid of the tits in swimsuits.  There will no longer be a swimsuit part to the Miss America event.  So women will not get to show off, which is the nature of women, and showing off is a part of mating, and mating keeps the species alive.  It is not as if the Miss America was designed to not show off the woman!  Television is a visual medium, and if you take away the visuals, what is left?  Now more fake women or transgenders--non-women--can be in the pageants.  Such crap it all is!

    Well, at least Glenda Lewis will still work to show off her tits during the news.

    Remember: The Prisoner with Patrick McGoohan was a television show that was produced across the pond and shown on CBS-TV in the late 1960s, and I urge you to find The Prisoner on DVD, maybe from a library, and watch it, and you should show it--all the episodes--to teenagers, or buy it as a present for teenagers.

Stay well!


    P.S.: You are urged to see my document entitled One of "The Rules of Man"--A Rule About Health Care that No Politician May Supersede with Law, which can be reached through this Rule1 link.  I have deduced that all the Democrats and most Republicans support the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 and have no intention of killing it, though it should be killed for violating, for one, "The Rules of Man."  For example, Republicans Jeb Bush and Chris Christie support the rotten law, and that is one reason that I define them as stupid men and not men who are good enough--in this day and age--to be the U.S. President.  I note that the "mandate"--which forces everyone to buy government-approved health-care insurance--violates one of "The Rules of Man," and it is a rule that is attacked in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010.  Anyone who supports the "mandate" is not a good enough person or a smart enough person to be the U.S. president--the mandate is "enslavism," and the "mandate" allows government people--who are often and usually bad people, as history shows--decide what health care a person can get, and that is bad.

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Date published: June 10, 2018

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