Timestamp: mid-Tuesday morning.
I saw it first from the Wall Street Journal although I’m not certain that’s where it broke. As with most breaking news reality may differ a bit from the initial reports but it is certainly verified that metro-Moscow suffered an albeit limited drone attack upon civilian targets. I want to speculate/explore two questions: who and more importantly why.
Continue reading Just How Strong Is Putin? →
I will commence and conclude today’s article with the same phrase: Nothing is going to happen. Both are a prediction and I fear I am correct. Let’s explore. Continue reading Nothing Is Going To Happen →
It is late Saturday morning as I pen this. I know the outcome of the Kavanaugh nomination; I don’t know its “final score’ in the Senate but most of all I’d like to discuss some of how we got to this point and its repercussions. Moscow is 7 hours ahead of Washington, DC. October 7, 2018 is Vladimir Putin’s 66th birthday. Somewhere in the 5pm hour (Washington DC time) the United States Senate is scheduled to vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court. Therefore even if Putin is an early riser by the time he wakes up on his birthday Donald Trump will have a big present waiting for him. Let’s explore. Continue reading Happy Birthday President Putin →
It is the late afternoon of Friday July 27th as I begin to write this article. The 2018 mid-term elections are approximately 100 days away. Today, for the first time in his presidency President Trump convened the National Security Council to discuss defending the election against the Russian attacks that have already commenced. Also it looks like the Republicans have made a few politically pragmatic moves this week. Is it all too late? Let’s explore. Continue reading Too Late? →
It’s Friday morning as I write this article. Normally I write the Sunday article on Saturday awaiting the Friday news dump. This week I decided to comment on several items instead of concentrating on just one. Late last night I decided I already had more material then I needed. In disgust I said to myself, “Enough already!” Let’s explore. Continue reading Enough Already! →