The biggest political story of last week is the international reaction to the disappearance and presumed murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. It appears to have been ordered by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS). First son-in-law Jared Kushner claims MBS as a good buddy. While we do not have a monarchy in America (which may come as a surprise to many of the current, and thankfully temporary, occupants of the West Wing) Kushner is often referred to as a prince by talking heads on the left. As this began to unfold what came to me was the song, Two Princes. Let’s explore. Continue reading ’93 Portends ’18?
While we were distracted from Russiagate by the debacles in Quebec and Singapore the job of running the organized criminal enterprise masquerading as the Trump administration goes on. Let’s explore part of what we missed. Continue reading And In Other News…
As I start this article reviewing Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address I know I will have one major regret; I will not be able to cover everything I would like to because so much bad was packed into a single speech. That said, let’s explore. Continue reading It’s All About The Applause
It’s not a hard and fast rule but lately the subject of Sunday’s post is the biggest political story of the preceding week. Many would have considered President’s Trump statements that he was willing to talk to Robert Mueller’s team under oath and expected it to occur in the next two or three weeks to be the biggest story of last week. I don’t. Continue reading The Biggest Story Of Last Week Wasn’t Big
Please note this article has an element of fiction to it in that I neither speak for ISIS nor am in any sort of communication with them. In fact as far as I know they do not name a Man of the Year award. (It certainly wouldn’t be Person of the Year).
Men of the Year decisions have to be made well in advance of announcement and publication. I am writing this article on the morning of Pearl Harbor Day, some 20 days in advance of publication. I will probably neglect to mention some of President Trump’s “achievements” that further the cause of ISIS and very possibly some will occur between my writing and your reading of this article. That said, Trump has done more than enough to merit this recognition. Continue reading ISIS’ 2017 Man Of The Year: Donald Trump