Tag Archives: Islamaphobia

At What Point?

I tend to give people the benefit of the doubt. I believe in the American legal principle of innocent until proven guilty. I try not to leap to a conclusion, especially when there are ramifications to that conclusion. But there comes a point and that is what I want to discuss today. Continue reading At What Point?

In “The Show”

Baseball players and serious fans often refer to the major leagues as “The Show”. The major leagues are where the biggest rewards (fame and fortune) are as well as where the spotlight shines the brightest. Boot a grounder in Class A ball and only a few hundred people will ever know. Boot that same grounder in the major leagues and it just might end up on Sports Center and be viewed by millions (not counting live TV, radio and nationally syndicated news columns). In politics often sins go relatively unnoticed until you reach the highest levels. Many House members toil in relative obscurity. Reach the Senate and certainly the presidency and the entire world seems to monitor your every action. I don’t think Donald Trump ever realized that. Let’s explore.       Continue reading In “The Show”

My President Displayed A Huge Character Flaw!

Trump’s Muslim Ban had consistently lost in the courts until the Supreme Court recently rendered what was effectively a partial stay. I refrained from comment on the Court’s decision because it was very limited and the final ruling is still very much in doubt. (If logic is followed the “stay” and elapsing of time negates the administration’s case.) The Trump administration appears to have violated the terms of that partial stay. That too will be litigated; in fact suits have already been filed. This was a policy that illustrated Trump’s values and in my opinion a despicable character flaw. Let’s explore. Continue reading My President Displayed A Huge Character Flaw!

While I Was “Gone”

I’m back. This is my first “live” blog in about two weeks. A lot happens in politics during that duration in normal times and in the midst of arguably the most unusual American presidential campaign in history that is magnified. It is impossible for me to cover everything that happened in under 1,000 words so I’ll take brief a look a few things. Come along. Continue reading While I Was “Gone”

Rated R – Brandywine Funds

One of the latest names to burst on to the political scene is Foster Friess. He is the chief financial backer of Rick Santorum’s campaign. Although he has recently hit the radar screen he is by no means a newcomer to the political money game. He seems to be enjoying his fifteen minutes of fame. I want my readers to start making him pay the price for it. Continue reading Rated R – Brandywine Funds