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27 May 2022
Note from Norm: Memorial Day. Find A Name. Say the Name. Remember the Name
This July 26th will be the 15th anniversary of the passing of my dad, Norm Coleman, Sr. At 82 years of age my Dad not only raised a large family and built a business that provided for us, but he also saved democracy for the world.  A World War II veteran, my dad saw action […]
17 May 2022
Note from Norm: All of the above Vs. Only
According to AAA the average price for a gallon of gas in the United States is around $4.43 a gallon. A year ago, the average price of a gallon of gas was about $3.33 a gallon. This same time, in 2020, it was barely $2.00 a gallon. If you want to see what the average […]
17 May 2022
Study: BBB shrinks economy, cuts 650,000 jobs
Washington liberals drove the economy into the gutter. Biden and progressives are still trying to revive “Build Back Better” and now new research shows how much worse things would be if they have their way. According to a new study, BBB – which every Member of Nancy Pelosi’s caucus but one is on record in support of – would: Eliminate 650,000 […]
6 May 2022
Note from Norm: “It is a crisis of confidence.” – President Jimmy Carter, July 15, 1979
In 1979 President Jimmy Carter, Democrat, appeared before the American people and assured them that all that ailed them was easy to figure out. It was them. Not him. Of course, with an 11.35% rate of inflation, surging mortgage rates, plummeting consumer confidence and energy prices spiraling out of control, Carter had to blame somebody. […]
30 March 2022
Note from Norm: An Economy That Works For All Americans
“It’s the economy, stupid!” So said James Carville in 1992. So says Americans in 2022. With inflation at an historic high of nearly 8% — the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded is currently at $4.24 up from $2.86 a gallon just a year ago – eggs are at an average of $2.86 […]
14 March 2022
Note from Norm: Being Honest About Our Sacrifice
As Putin’s War in Ukraine carries on into another week the price that Americans are paying to drag the dictator down will increase.  Unlike a war in which American lives are on the line this war is putting America’s standard of living on the line and it’s important our President level with us about it. […]
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22 February 2022
Note from Norm: Canadian Truckers-The terrorization of peaceful protests
Say what you want about the political left, but they are consistently inconsistent. When protestors became rioters in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Portland and elsewhere in the United States the political left clamored that the riots were simply the “voices of the unheard.” As people’s lives and business were burned down, neighborhoods ransacked, law abiding citizens […]
11 February 2022
Note from Norm: No More Rocking in the Free World
Neil Young is 76 years old. Howard Stern is 68 years old. They both believe the government is infallible. My how the times have changed! In the 1960s I was a young man, along with young men like Young and Stern. The Woodstock generation-the anti-war movement-don’t trust anyone over 30-and certainly don’t trust Big Brother-the […]
1 February 2022
Note from Norm: Reforming the Electoral Count Act of 1887
The most important issue facing American voters today is not election reform. Americans are a lot more focused on the price of gas at the pump and meat at the grocery (inflation); car jackings and record homicide rates; crisis at the border, and Americans still trapped behind enemy lines in Afghanistan-than they are about whether […]