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A Two Front Nuclear War…And Then It Gets Really Bad

I’m taking a hell of a chance writing my Sunday article (traditionally the big story of the preceding week) on Thursday morning. Who knows what Trump will do with Friday afternoon and Saturday morning yet to come? Some observations and a bit of a crystal ball led me to today’s posting. Let’s explore. Continue reading A Two Front Nuclear War…And Then It Gets Really Bad

The Apprentice President

Normally I hope President Trump reads my postings. I doubt he will like them but perhaps he will comprehend them sufficiently to learn something. Today is an exception because one of my biggest fears is probably the best thing he could do to lengthen the organized criminal enterprise he calls an administration. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Apprentice President

Outside

Today’s article is not what has become the boilerplate 9/11 article. However it does deal with a serious threat to world and national security. I have had an idea in my head for several days that I just had to get out into the public. It is more than just “outside the box” and I’m colored way “outside the lines”; with the right people in place and some luck it just might work. It is based on accepting a reality that most Americans simply refuse to accept. Let’s explore. Continue reading Outside

Dueling Insanity

For last week’s biggest story I am simply choosing the timeframe of Tuesday through Friday mornings inclusive. As of this writing (early Friday afternoon) some among us a wondering whether we will make it to this article’s intended publishing of Sunday morning; I’m betting we will. Let’s explore. Continue reading Dueling Insanity

Defiant Patriotism?

Is it wishful thinking on my part or am I seeing the beginning of defiant patriotism when it comes to the relationship of the military and congressional Republicans with President Trump? That is the underlying story of last week and I’d like to explore it with you today. Continue reading Defiant Patriotism?