I don’t know if Alabama is our most backward state, but it is certainly in the discussion. Interestingly, like Alabama, all of the others are red states and most are in the South. To a great degree that is by design and it certainly affects voting. Juxtaposition this with Alabama’s current Senate race and you have the basis of today’s article. Let’s explore. Continue reading America’s South Pole?
Good poker players always look for their opponent’s tell. That is the thing the other player does when they are bluffing. Most politicians also have a tell. That is what they do or say when they are lying or grossly exaggerating, (is there a difference between the two in politics?). Donald Trump has several tells. Today I want to concentrate on just two of them. Let’s explore. Continue reading Trump’s Tells
For some time political politicization has been one of the biggest problems in America. Recent revelations of various reactions to the disclosure of Russian interference in our 2016 election illustrate this anew. Let’s explore. Continue reading Tribe Over Country Or Duty
For factual inaccuracy I criticize those Americans who proclaim that Donald Trump is not their President. I, like them, may not like it but the simple fact is that Donald Trump is the current President of the United States. That doesn’t mean I have to like the fact and today I’d like to present another reason why that is so. Continue reading My President Is A Hypocrite
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