Suspended Miami Dolphins player Richie Incognito says he's "trying to weather the storm" as the NFL investigates allegations he bullied teammate Jonathan Martin. Some say the situation reflects a lack of leadership on the team. (Nov. 6)
petebo: For decades now, we have been taken down the road leading towards a global government. National sovereignty, including ours, is an obstacle to this globalist plan. This political aspect of globalism is largely ignored, with the focus being on the economic aspect including trade deals, overseas manufacturing and so on. In truth, the economic side is being used to advance the political side (ever diminishing sovereignty) which is the real prize for the globalists. If Clinton is elected, it will be smooth sailing towards open borders and the North American Union. Similar to the European Union, how will we like it when decisions on immigration, environmental regulation, food and drug etc are made by an international committee of appointed bureaucrats possibly seated in Toronto or Mexico City? Establishment controlled presidential elections have long been between one globalist and another. This time, we have a unique opportunity to choose a non establishment controlled candidate who thinks America's interests should take priority over open borders and globalism. This may be the only and last opportunity we get. Although he has dealt with politicians as a businessman, as a candidate Trump is not complicit in this rigged game and that is what the dust up over his candidacy has really been about all along He wants to do what will be beneficial to our country, without cow towing to the globalists, who make looking out for America's best interests with effective immigration and border controls and renegotiating trade deals sound like some sort of aberrant behavior.