Tag Archives: Pennsylvania

Inside The Donald Dome

Most Americans feel their elected officials and the big boss of the company they work for live in ivory towers and have no clue of what they go through on a day to day basis. In the case of Donald Trump it is more like a golden tower with his name on the building. While he has fooled a significant portion of the electorate into believing he is running a populist campaign with the hiring of Steve Bannon he has retreated deeper into what I will call the Donald Dome. Continue reading Inside The Donald Dome

A Meeting In St. Pete

This is another of my big political stories of the week being covered on Sunday articles. The problem is that it went almost unreported in the American press. I’m afraid an America obsessed with the 2016 election is falling into it’s the world begins at the Atlantic and ends at the Pacific worldview once again.   Continue reading A Meeting In St. Pete

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

European Dreamin’

I’m not a world traveler. In fact I’ve never been outside the northern half of the western hemisphere. I haven’t left the United States since 9/11 (although that is coincidental). Even when in America almost all my time is spent in the Eastern Time Zone. About ten years or so ago the idea of traveling to Europe began to intrigue me for the first time in my life. Much of the credit for that must be given to the novels of Dan Brown and the late Steig Larsson. Continue reading European Dreamin’