by Robert John Stevens, September 21, 2017
I thought of this non-humorous idea and mentioned it to my semester’s team of BYU Spanish Translation students yesterday evening, who are working on an on-campus internship for WriteExpress.
We were all witness to the regime’s [North Korea] deadly abuse when an innocent American college student, Otto Warmbier, was returned to America only to die a few days later. We saw it in the assassination of the dictator’s brother using banned nerve agents in an international airport. We know it kidnapped a sweet 13-year-old Japanese girl from a beach in her own country to enslave her as a language tutor for North Korea’s spies.—President Donald Trump
Excellent address by President Trump:
by Robert John Stevens, July 24, 2017
Submitted online to both President Trump and Senator Mike Lee
Dear Mr President,
If you want the public to put pressure on their representatives to abandon Obamacare then present them information that persuades. Please consider my plan:
1. Take the top 50 reasons people go to doctors, tell the American people the average cost of each visit, how much is spent on the doctors’ administrative staffs, absorbed by the insurance companies and how much the doctor actually receives. Do the same for the top 50 surgeries.
For example, I know a local marriage therapist who charges $90 an hour but after the insurance companies take their cut, he only receives $9. Americans would be shocked to learn that as I was.
2. Show the American people how much they’d save if they could bypass all that bureaucracy in terms of top-selling items they want.
3. Tell the American people the truth that pleases the human Spirit–that the federal government has no business managing health care and must give it up. If states want to act as incubators and experiment with programs, let them or totally return the power to the people.
Robert John Stevens
by Robert John Stevens, July 2, 2017
“Since the signing of the Declaration of Independence 241 years ago, America always affirmed that liberty comes from our creator,” Trump declared. “Our rights are given to us by God and no earthly force can ever take those rights away. That is why my administration is returning that power back to where it belongs — to the people.” — President Donald Trump
Most Americans do not understand the concept although once they do they know it is true. The concept is the American Creed—it is what sets us apart from previous governments in history.
May President Trump say this repeatedly at every opportunity he can.
Submitted to WhiteHouse.gov
June 2, 2017
Dear President Trump,
Thank YOU for withdrawing the US from the Paris Agreement. Who upset has read the agreement? Please get us out of all entangled arrangements with corrupt countries, especially those written that transfer wealth and jobs.
–Robert John Stevens
Submitted to whitehouse.gov:
May 9, 2017
Dear Mr. President,
Firing Director Comey was not only a great service to our nation, it may help to restore reason.
To a day where wrong is no longer a sibling of right,
by Robert John Stevens, May 2, 2017
President Donald Trump is right about Andrew Jackson and that the civil war could have been avoided. Discussions on how to solve the slavery problem were well underway in Jackson’s day. For example, Mormon Church Founder Joseph Smith, who died a year before Andrew Jackson, proposed an ingenious solution in his 1844 campaign for the President of the United States that could have not only freed the slaves but avoided the American Civil War’s 620,000 deaths:
Eliminating slavery was another important part of his platform. He wrote in General Smith’s Views: “The Declaration of Independence ‘holds these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness;’ but at the same time some two or three millions of people are held as slaves for life, because the spirit in them is covered with a darker skin.” Instead of simply calling for the abolition of slavery, Joseph Smith’s platform would have Congress “pay every man a reasonable price for his slaves out of the surplus revenue arising from the sale of public lands, and from the deduction of pay from members of Congress.” — Joseph Smith: Campaign for President of the United States
Former Congressman Ron Paul has repeatedly argued that all other civilized nations ended slavery without fighting a civil war.
Fact Check: Could Andrew Jackson Have Stopped The Civil War, As Trump Said?