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Interview with New Jersey US Senate candidate Daniel Burke

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Bards Logic Political Talk

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Bards Logic welcomes candidate for US Senate Daniel Burke. I first heard heard about Daniel from a video of him at a Trump rally. Here is the link to the video:

His positive vision of optimism is one that can cross party lines. Candidate Burke's agenda includes ideas that transcend ideology in a way that will benefit all Americans. Daniel is also a staunch supporter of President Trump. 

From his campaign website:

 Consider again, as John F. Kennedy did at Rice University, the entire history of the human race as a single process of development. What a marvelous demonstration mankind is, of the creative power of the universe! Every limitation we encounter, we overleap, as no other known species can. Where lies the United States, and New Jersey, today, within that arc of human development? That depends on our action today. We can choose, as Americans, to act in devotion to our great founding principle, that every human individual can contribute to the progress of civilization — regardless of our “rank” in society. We can choose a future in which all nations cooperate for the benefit of our species — regardless of past hostility. If we choose that future, we must choose to go to the Moon and Mars. We must choose, as John Kennedy did, to bring the entire species forward. President Trump’s Artemis Program points the way, but it must be expanded. Bring us a lunar laboratory, with all nations combining in pursuit of scientific knowledge! Bring us fusion-powered rockets, so that we can colonize Mars! Bring us a hope, that the universe is mankind’s to explore!

     This future, our nation dearly requires.