Tag Archives: Hunter Biden

What If It’s Scorched Earth?

I often think I learned more during the fifteen seasons I coached high school or college basketball than from my formal education. In coaching one of the keys to victory is to ascertain your opponent’s strategy. You assumed their goal was to win. Those lessons are applicable to politics and elections. What if your opponent is an incumbent who has decided they cannot win and therefore their goal is to destroy as much as possible on their way out the door? President Trump appears to be acting that way. Let’s explore. Continue reading What If It’s Scorched Earth?

Setting Up For September And Beyond

I’m still stuck on last week. The biggest political thing that should have happened – the enactment of another economic rescue package didn’t – that doesn’t mean there was any shortage of occurrences. In fact one of the biggest hardly got covered – the Trump campaign going dark on the airwaves for at least a period of time. With the aid of a few observations and history let’s explore. Continue reading Setting Up For September And Beyond

Speculations Based On Recent Observations

The fair and accurate answer to the question: How often do you write? is most waking hours. Obviously that is not literally true but it seems I am almost constantly thinking about what I will write either in this column or for the novel I am currently working on. As such I make a lot of notes. Often I don’t have enough to say about a particular note to build an entire article around it and it just doesn’t fit in as part of another article. Today I want to clear out a few recent notes. Continue reading Speculations Based On Recent Observations

A Week Of Three Stories

Sunday’s subject is most often the biggest political story of the week just passed. This week there were three huge stories that I have not covered to this point. There is a lot to try to cover so let’s explore.   Continue reading A Week Of Three Stories

No Need To Make A Deal

I was fortunate enough to have graduated from what then was one of the top 25 schools in the world in my major. Despite that I think I learned some of my most valuable lessons in life in sports. There is an old adage in baseball: Sometimes the best trade is the one you don’t make. With that in mind let’s explore. Continue reading No Need To Make A Deal