Author Archives: Kay Day

About Kay Day

Kay B. Day is a freelance writer who has published in national and international magazines and websites. The author of 3 books, her work is anthologized in textbooks and collections. She has won awards for poetry, nonfiction and fiction. Day is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and the Authors Guild.

‘Dossier’ deception: Whom to believe?

Although most traditional politics and news media are ignoring the Russia scandal implicating Democrats’ national committee and 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, there is robust discussion on social media. There is some comedy in this debate, with current Democrat party … Continue reading

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Amid allegations DNC funded ‘dossier’, are some Republicans nervous?

Left of center media have finally made official what most of us already knew. The national committee for Democrats was (allegedly) in on the infamous ‘dossier’ casting outrageous allegations against President Donald Trump. Note I used quotes around ‘dossier’ because … Continue reading

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Are you a political bigot?

Have you banned someone from social media or your life because you disagree with his or her politics? Do you walk around comparing former or current presidents to Hitler? Do you believe every claim your favorite pundit makes, even if … Continue reading

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Why should the US protect her sovereignty?

These days it seems world powers are bent on eradicating the sovereignty of nations. The European Union is a perfect example of what can go astray when original intentions sought to strengthen nations ends up weakening them. The United States … Continue reading

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Absence of questions on Las Vegas massacre provokes conspiracy theories

Of all the attacks on US soil, including Ft. Hood, San Bernardino, Orlando, and the Boston Marathon, perhaps none is so confusing as the Las Vegas massacre. Because little has been disclosed about the alleged gunman, conspiracy theories are blooming. … Continue reading

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Does the FBI realize the agency’s reputation is at stake?

Just in from Judicial Watch, an organization ever in search of disclosure about our government. Sues for Records on Links Between FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe  (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced that it today filed … Continue reading

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SPLC ‘hate incidents’ warrant a closer look, but media are unwilling

The Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization I once admired, has become a lightning rod for many in discussions of acts of ‘hate’ in US communities. Media, including this site, often use their information when covering hot topics. What most … Continue reading

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