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About mesasmiles

By Dr. David Hall. Dr. Hall runs Infinity Dental Web, a small company that does Internet marketing for dentists. He has had a long-standing interest in politics and as a college student toyed with the idea of a political career.

The establishment media wants us scared and shut down

On Friday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, was interviewed on CNBC and made this interesting statement: “We can’t stay locked down for such a considerable period of time that you might … Continue reading

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The emotional disorder of our Trump-hating media

I have laid low with this blog for the past couple of years, but I feel constrained to comment on our deteriorating media, how their Trump-hating has descended into a full-blown emotional disorder. There are two examples of this: Throughout … Continue reading

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This just wasn’t right, Brother Flake

The biggest problem I had with Senator Jeff Flake’s diatribe against President Trump on the Senate floor last Wednesday was the poor example he is setting for Latter-day Saints. This just isn’t how we are taught to treat our President. … Continue reading

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Get over it – Trump is the nominee

Let me start by saying I am no fan of Donald Trump. At one point, right after the Indiana primary when Cruz withdrew, I was leaning toward not voting for him and hoping there would be a third party candidate … Continue reading

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I’m a proud advocate for voter suppression

As we journey along this primary election process across the country, I wanted to speak out for voter suppression. However, in defending voter suppression, I’m wanting to make it clear that I’m using the Left’s definition of the term. When … Continue reading

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Understanding Trumpsters

I haven’t been the only one scratching my head trying to figure out why Trump is so popular. We thought it was about harnessing people’s anger over the immigration issue. But then people like Mark Levin began talking about his … Continue reading

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Of course Guantanamo is a recruitment tool for terrorists

Obama is right and his critics are wrong on this one. The Guantanamo prison is clearly a recruitment tool for terrorists. Obama releases the prisoners, and the terrorists go after those released and my understanding is that they recruit a … Continue reading

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I’d like Scott Walker to get back in the race

I’m despairing over presidential election politics. The only viable candidate left in the race who has integrity, Ted Cruz, is getting smeared so awfully that it appears to be killing his chances. Some of it is his own fault. Back … Continue reading

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Does Trump mean anything he says?

Just a quick thought after hearing Donald Trump threaten lawsuits against Ted Cruz, which we know he doesn’t actually intend to file. How much else of what he is saying doesn’t he actually intend to do? Will he really build … Continue reading

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Where’s your pen and your phone now, Mr. Obama?

Ever since he lost control of Congress in 2010, Obama has been running roughshod over them. They don’t do what he wants? Well, he just takes out his pen and his phone. Well, now, let’s see him try to “pen … Continue reading

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Curious claims by the Donald

So here we have Donald Trump campaigning for President, and one of his primary claims is that he’s not going to be beholden to anyone. He’s not taking money from lobbyists, so he can make all his decisions on what … Continue reading

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We need more skepticism about Trump from conservatives

Mark Levin, in his summary of tonight’s radio show, has this posted on his website: Donald Trump needs to cut out using the Saul Alinsky tactics of the left and focus on substantive issues. I really like Mark Levin, but … Continue reading

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