Tag Archives: deniability

Flynn Flam

Tuesday morning we awoke to what the Trump administration hoped would be the end of the Michael Flynn controversy with the news of General Flynn’s resignation as National Security Advisor. From someone who lived through the Nixon and Reagan administrations I say: not so fast! Let’s explore. Continue reading Flynn Flam

My First Look Back

The first 20 minutes after a close loss in sports are the mentally and emotionally the toughest. At the games conclusion comes the sickening realization that you lost. The initial human reaction is to blame the loss on others. Bad weather or a bad call by an official. Those who amass winning records over the long haul don’t do that; they look at the factors under their control. Let’s explore relating that to the 2016 election. Continue reading My First Look Back