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Muth’s Truths: December 7, 2016

27 Real-Life Success Secrets from the Next President of the United States

In order to make America great again, we need to once again celebrate and champion success, rather than disparage, demean and ridicule it.

While best known for his “The Art of the Deal” book in 1987, Donald Trump authored another book in 2004, “Think Like a Billionaire.”  I picked up and read a copy last week.

Here are 27 specially-selected words-of-wisdom and advice from the book that our kids and grandkids should read about how to succeed in life and business from our nation’s next chief executive…

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Cheers.

Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology (homeschooled)
Nevada’s #1 Irritator of Liberals and RINOs

P.S.  Here, on Pearl Harbor Day, is a GREAT story “Remembering the USS Nevada’s daring run for the sea during attack on Pearl Harbor.”

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The Kaepernick Curse on the San Francisco 49ers for keeping anti-American/anti-cop jerkwad Colin Kaepernick – who refuses to stand during the National Anthem in a protest stunt against supposed black oppression in the U.S. – on the team’s payroll continues.

They’ve now lost ten games in a row and have already been statistically eliminated from any possibility of making the NFL playoffs this season.  Serves ‘em right.

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“The 2016 Presidential election has renewed the ridiculous argument that we should shed the Electoral College and decide the race by the popular vote.  Because Republican President-elect Donald Trump decisively won the former – but received approximately two million less votes in the latter.  Leave aside the fact that Trump ran the electoral race, rather than the popular one – because that’s what gets you the presidency.  The reason the Electoral College was established is the reason it remains vitally important today – massive cities should not unilaterally determine the fate of the entire nation.”Seton Motley of LessGovernment.org