Tag Archives: organized criminal enterprise

Maybe It’s Capo Trump

I have compared the Trump administration to an organized criminal enterprise on many occasions. I have gone as far as to call the President “Don Trump”. (That was not used as the familiar form of his first name.) Perhaps I gave him too high of a rank. Let’s explore. Continue reading Maybe It’s Capo Trump

Connecticut Babies’ Lives Matter

While today’s article is somewhat of a continuation of yesterday’s (something I never do) it is even more something that I have to get off my chest. While for the most part I agree with President Trump’s attack on the Syrian airbase last week it is his professed motivation that bothers me. I find it hypocritical at best and inconsistent if not disingenuous. Let’s explore. Continue reading Connecticut Babies’ Lives Matter

Process Leads To Substance

One of the newest shell games we are getting from the Trump administration is their dodging of answering questions by accusing the media of being obsessed with process while ignoring substance. This is both hilarious and hypocritical. Let’s explore. Continue reading Process Leads To Substance

Just Part Of Vlad’s Master Plan

Russiagate dominated American political news again last week. This situation very much reminds me of Watergate. I have a feeling that when all is said and done the old political axiom of the cover up being worse than the crime will again be proven true. I feel there is a big difference with Russiagate – it is part of a foreign government’s master plan. Let’s explore. Continue reading Just Part Of Vlad’s Master Plan

The Kid’s Aren’t Alright (With Me)

As is commonplace in organized criminal enterprises, the lines between family and business (in this case including governing) are blurred to the point of basically being non-existent in the Trump administration. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Kid’s Aren’t Alright (With Me)