Tuesday much of cable news TV was dominated by pictures of the unrest in Venezuela’s capital city Caracas. This article is being written early Friday evening with the outcome of the events unknown. If you are looking for a prediction or expect analysis of Venezuelan politics you are in the wrong place. If you want to read about two thoughts that came to my mind as a result of this then let’s explore. Continue reading Venezuela = America?
Tag Archives: Helsinki
Wild Bottom Of The Second
Of late I’ve compared Russiagate to a baseball game. Following along with that metaphor Thursday was the bottom of the second inning, albeit a wild half frame. Let’s explore. Continue reading Wild Bottom Of The Second
My President Is A Threat To My Country’s National Security
If Tricia Newbold’s testimony on Monday before the House Oversight Committee is to be believed security clearances for White House personnel, “Were not always adjudicated in the best interest of national security.” That coupled with known facts is concerning! Let’s explore. Continue reading My President Is A Threat To My Country’s National Security
Oh, By The Way
Last week the failure in Hanoi and Michael Cohen’s triple play certainly kept us occupied. However, there was much, much more. In the following paragraphs I’d like to cover a few other events. Let’s explore. Continue reading Oh, By The Way
Trump Is A Wartime President. He Is Just Failing Miserably!
Most President’s want to be consider among the best ever. After seeing his ego on display does anyone really doubt that Trump is among them? The best path to fame is by being a wartime President. It is also one of the best paths to a second term. The “don’t change horses in the middle of the stream” argument is pretty persuasive. The president’s first obligation is to keep America and Americans safe. I contend that Donald Trump is failing in that task. Let’s explore. Continue reading Trump Is A Wartime President. He Is Just Failing Miserably!