Dr. Marguerite Creel

Dr. Marguerite Creel has a doctorate in public administration from the University of Southern California. She has taught government at UNLV, Peace College and UNC-Chapel Hill.

Most Recent Articles by Dr. Marguerite Creel:

Is there a Republican Rainbow Coalition on the Horizon?

Apr 11, 2018 — Dr. Marguerite Creel

Is there a Republican Rainbow Coalition on the Horizon?
President Donald Trump was fortunate to have run against a corpse in the 2016 election. Had his Democratic opponent exhibited even a teensy bit more energy, he may not have been able to slide into first place with his skeletal campaign crew.

While hundreds of thousands of Americans wanted to participate in the Trump campaign, the infrastructure simply did not exist on the Republicans’ side—either in volunteer or paid positions.

President Trump will not have the luxury of a complacent challenger in 2020.  Moreover, many Trump voters, witnessing first-hand the decimation of their country, will not be satisfied the second time around simply donating to political campaigns and voting for the candidate with an ‘R’ stamped behind his name.

Who is more important: Americans or Non-US Citizens?

Jan 20, 2018 — Dr. Marguerite Creel

Who is more important: Americans or Non-US Citizens?
Any trade-off in the looming budget fight over a two-year deal or short-term continuing resolution from the Democrats for a path to citizenship for illegal aliens will be viewed as a complete capitulation to the interests of non-US citizens who already drive much of the annual half trillion dollar budget deficit.

In 2017, a Republican-controlled Congress wasted another year by refusing to curtail the vast transfer of American wealth to non-US citizens via healthcare, Medicaid disbursements, immigration infrastructure, K-12 subsidies, university grants, housing developments, “food stamps”, and social security fraud.

The Promise of Repeal via Grant-Making

Jun 26, 2017 — Dr. Marguerite Creel

At the Values Voter Summit in 2013, in a video message, then Representative Paul Ryan said, “We can never give up on repealing and replacing Obamacare.

That was then, this is now.

Following the fortunate demise of ‘Ryancare’ (a.k.a. Obamacare Lite) in March, Senate leadership has introduced , this past week, their Republican version of socialized medicine in America with the Senate Healthcare Reform Bill (a.k.a. Obamacare Lite II).

9 Winning Security Issues

Sep 2, 2016 — Dr. Marguerite Creel

Trump delivered his much anticipated, 10-point immigration policy speech on the last day of August, a little more than nine weeks out from Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Given his triumphant and unexpected summit meeting, earlier the same day, with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, one would expect the content of Trump’s immigration speech to dominate the American news cycle for days to come.

To an over-flowing, passionate crowd in Phoenix, including many who have themselves been the victims of violent crimes committed by illegal aliens, Trump ticked off a litany of financial, crime and demographic statistics. The avowed purpose: to prove the de facto Obama/Hillary open border policy is neither sustainable nor even remotely safe.

Why Trump Has to Pick a Female VP

Jul 12, 2016 — Dr. Marguerite Creel

Less than one week out from the Republican convention, it appears from leaked shortlists that there may be no female contenders posed to become Trump’s vice presidential pick.

In the media-hyped and extremely protected world of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy, the only positive she offers millennials seems to be as the female gender’s first real shot at the most powerful position in the world.  Feminists are firmly positioned to stick-it to America with Ms. Clinton—an irresponsible, inept, bitter, sneaky and vengeful matron of the first order.

Can Trump Win?

Jul 29, 2015 — Dr. Marguerite Creel

The GOP base is finally coming out of its economic superiority stupor and focusing on the only issue that has broad appeal to Americans: Law and order.  Whether looking out at America’s collapsing boundaries of global influence or within at the pending domestic suicide of our cultural, judicial and economic hegemony, chaos is brewing in a cauldron of lawlessness.

Americans apparently have, at the eleventh hour, subliminally realized the United States can no longer afford to elect a commander-in-chief who will not resolutely defend America’s national sovereignty.  Thus we find, to our surprise, that the ever flamboyant, over-the-top billionaire businessman Donald Trump is in a position to win the 2016 presidential race.