Mitch McConnell’s First 90-Days; a Probationary Watch

Everyone remembers Jimmy Carter as a failed president, but few can remember the '76 Democrat primary, where Carter, an unknown ... Read More
Fake News is Killing Real News...but That

Fake News is Killing Real News…but That’s a Good Thing

Trust none of what you hear, some of what you read, half of what you see-- attributed to various writers ... Read More
Right and Alt-Right

Right and Alt-Right

We really can't begin to understand this phenomenon of alt-right, until we understand the origins of "the right". The linkage ... Read More

Winning Changes Everything

"A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse." (Richard III, Acr 5, Scene 4) "A man without a horse ... Read More

Of White Gods and Goddesses

During the civil rights days I hung around its periphery during undergraduate and law school, while a couple of my ... Read More

America’s Lost Army; People Who Don’t Read

I haven't talked about my old Cold War mentor Moses Sands in a few years. He moved to the higher ... Read More

Hillary’s Glass Ceiling With Liberal Democrat Voters

Turns out it's not glass, but wood. This is not about Donald Trump, but Hillary's ongoing difficulties with her own ... Read More

Fifty Shades of Hypocrisy

In comparison to the acceptance of sexual predation that has arisen from the Democrat Party in both the political world ... Read More

What Hillary Needs to Win on Monday Night

On Monday night, Sept 26, I expect a full frontal assault, ambush if necessary, on Donald Trump by the interrogators ... Read More

New Major Compromise: Hill And The DNC Still Haven’t Learned Digital Security

The actual web address is so yes, the open call bank really belongs to Hillary; and no, Hillary and ... Read More
Putting the #NeverTrump Syndrome on the Couch

Putting the #NeverTrump Syndrome on the Couch

On closer inspection, it appears that NeverTrumpism is more than just a vanity built on elitism and status protection. It's ... Read More