Last week President Trump called off a missile attack on Iran with ten minutes to spare reportedly over the concern for human lives that would have been lost. I find that both difficult to believe and not in keeping with his character. Let’s explore. Continue reading Concern For Human Life And Other Lies
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H W’s last Victory?
Saturday we awoke to the news that former President George H.W. Bush had died. There will be a memorial service for the late President Bush at the National Cathedral in Washington DC on Wednesday. Friday the federal government is slated to run out of money. Although this juxtaposition of facts has gotten little press it may have a major impact on America in 2018 and 2019. Let’s explore. Continue reading H W’s last Victory?
Comments And Observations
It’s Sunday morning July 1 as I write this. I decided to get a bit more than normal ahead of the game to give myself some flexibility for family time this week. I had planned on doing an endorsement article for today, but there were simply too many observations I felt I needed to share with my readers. Let’s explore. Continue reading Comments And Observations
A Matter of Poor Priorities
I have consistently written that the most difficult social problem facing America today is immigration. That is not to say that it is the only or that past challenges (i.e. racial equality) are totally resolved and gone forever. The balancing act between, the practical, the legal, the humane while staying consistent with both American values and history is challenging to say the least. Regardless of where you are on the continuum of the political spectrum we all want America to be secure. The problem is largely one of where to draw the line. That line is often effectively drawn by setting priorities and the Trump administration has shown incredibly poor judgment to date. Let’s explore. Continue reading A Matter of Poor Priorities