Blind ambition can be painful, but stupid ambition is suicide. The GA-06 seat is open, made open because Donald Trump hand-picked its former occupant, Dr Tom Price, a staunch conservative, to become Director of Heath and Human Services. It was Dr Price, in that cabinet seat, that caused the House Freedom Caucus to okay a...
I had intended to do a section on the Left's War-Gaming of the Academy, but have incorporated it here as that marries up well with what people can do to combat them when (not if) they cross the line from legal peaceful protest to criminal behavior. This is already occurring. In June, 2015, after...
There's some talk that many Republicans in both the Senate and the House are getting wobbly about actually ending Obamacare. Suddenly, it's "repair", not "repeal and replace". My only question is: After promising to end Obamacare if we could just gain control of the House in 2010, and then when that came...
It begins. Senate Democrats have launched what will be known as its search for Red RINOs to wreck Donald Trump's promises to the American voters. (Yes, I know Democrats are blue, not red, but I'm an old Tom Clancy fan, and no fan of the old USSR, so I'll stick with Red...
On Friday, January 20, 2017 Donald Trump strode to the microphone, looking out over a sea of citizens who had dreamed of this day, some for thirty years, and spoke directly at them. Behind President Trump sat the elites of Washington, the most powerful array of political strength in the...
Everyone remembers Jimmy Carter as a failed president, but few can remember the '76 Democrat primary, where Carter, an unknown liberal from Georgia, overcame his lack of name-recognition to beat out a field of several better-knowns, including Mo Udall, Jerry Brown, Frank Church and George Wallace. I supported Gerald Ford, of...
Michael Goodwin's New York Post Jan 8 article "Democrats Wage anti-Trump Campaign for their Own Gain" is an important read for several reasons. It ties up the real position of Donald Trump, on the one hand, and the Democrat-Media Axis on the role of Russian government involvement in the...
Trust none of what you hear, some of what you read, half of what you see-- attributed to various writers Why this is a good thing is that once Real News becomes indistinguishable from Fake News in the media, then power gravitates back to those who are able to tell the...