Author Archives: Terry Wright

About Terry Wright

There’s nothing mundane in the writing world of Terry Wright. Tension, conflict and suspense propel his readers through the pages as if they were on fire. Published in Science Fiction and Supernatural, his mastery of the action thriller has won him International acclaim as an accomplished screenplay writer. A longtime member of the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, he runs their annual Colorado Gold Writing Contest. Terry lives near Denver with his wife, Bobette, and their Yorkie named Taz. He invites you to visit his Web site at www.terrywrightbooks.com.

The Flynn Fiasco

General Flynn didn’t wake up on the day Obama slapped sanctions on Russia for interfering in our election and decide to call the Russian Ambassador and tell him Trump would fix it. Makes no sense he’d do this of his … Continue reading

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The Case against Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton has been accused of lying to Congress and lying to the FBI. When her use of a private server was discovered, a Republican witch hunt ensued. She was accused of storing classified emails improperly. She said there were … Continue reading

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What Disqualifies Trump for the White House?

I don’t’ care that he’s bragged about kissing and groping women without their consent. Locker room talk? Maybe. I don’t care if a hundred women come forward with claims of his improprieties. Shame on him. I don’t care that he … Continue reading

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The Trump Phenomenon

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s Super Trump. He flies in, spews pig slop from his mouth, and people eat it up like a passel of piglets at their momma’s teets. Republicans, Independents, and crossover Democrats form a sounder … Continue reading

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Mass Shootings – They’re already against the law

Here we go again. San Bernardino, CA, Colorado Springs, CO, more innocent Americans slaughtered and wounded within the past week. The list of mass shootings is long: 355 this year to date. And what do I hear on the news? … Continue reading

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Cosmos – An Eye on the Stars? Almost.

Cosmos with Neil DeGrasse Tyson is over. If you missed the thirteen episodes of stunning imagery, highly imaginative content, and down-to-earth history, you can get it on disc, so don’t despair. I was especially touched by the story of Neil’s … Continue reading

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My ignition switch turned off, oh my!

This goads me to no end, all the hype over GM’s ignition switch (so-called) defect. Out of 1.6 million cars with this suspected switch problem, 31 have been ‘blamed’ for causing crashes that killed 12 people in the past 10 … Continue reading

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More Gun Control? – Really?

And this is going to save lives? By making assault weapons illegal? What are we thinking? Criminals don’t care about the law. If they did, they wouldn’t be criminals. They’ll get their guns; they’ll kill people with their guns. That’s … Continue reading

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Debunking Obama – The Keystone Pipeline

Obama has been blamed for killing the Keystone Pipeline project, costing Americans 50,000 plus jobs and higher prices at the gas pumps, when, in fact, Nebraska legislators (bipartisan) rejected the proposed route of the Keystone XL project through the Sand … Continue reading

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Obama or Romney – Who will it be?

My mail-in ballot has arrived. I now must make a choice before November 6th. During the campaigns, I’ve listened to the speeches and commercials and debates. I’ve done my research so I won’t form opinions based on rhetoric, spin, misleading … Continue reading

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