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The White House behind fences
John Philip Sousa IV

People have said this election is the most important in a generation. I think that perspective is too limited. This is probably the most important election in our history, at least till now.

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A vintage film projector
John Philip Sousa IV

In my screenplay, Americans keep their freedom, the corrupt politicians who hate and work against those freedoms, do not.

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The San Francisco Bridge in California
John Philip Sousa IV

Hopefully, the voters checking out of California will leave their politics behind after the disaster their past votes helped create.

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A clenched fist
John Philip Sousa IV

When you can’t go to dinner without a thug taking over your table, yelling in your face, and threatening you with violence if you don’t give the Marxist clenched-fist, things are out of control.

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A police car with bullet holes
John Philip Sousa IV

It seems the radical left believes now is the time to take over the country and impose their will on the American people. If force is required, so be it.

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Debate podium
John Philip Sousa IV

Well, “it’s um,” ”you know man,” ”you liar,” “you clown,” “shut up man." And so it went.

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The Capitol Building at Sunset
John Philip Sousa IV

Nancy hasn’t changed. But voters have a chance to change her job this November while keeping Donald Trump in his.

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The White House at sunset
John Philip Sousa IV

We elected Donald Trump because he stood up to the elitists and took the side of the American people. The Democrats will never forgive him for that.

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A Person holding a paper that says your vote matters
John Philip Sousa IV

Every vote counts, and this year, the stakes could not be higher. Our freedom depends on it!

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The interior of a salon
John Philip Sousa IV

I normally don’t write about people getting their hair done. But remember when Princess Nancy Pelosi decided that the rules she supports against salons opening don’t apply to her?

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