Tag Archives: RNC

The Obvious Choice

I’ve basically written about one topic for the last three days and tomorrow is a holiday, thereby dictating the topic. The obvious choice is to do a clean up article for today.

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A Two Lane Highway

If In order to accurately quote former President Donald Trump I have used a phrase that violates my PG rating.

I’m getting way ahead of myself today but I want to speculate on the 2024 GOP presidential primary contest. Despite rhetoric and maneuvering to the contrary I don’t see Donald Trump as a contestant. I think his current activity is simply part of his continuing organized criminal enterprise activity aimed at scamming as many people as possible and pocketing as many dollars as he can. I see a “two lane” primary: the second coming of Trump lane and the return to true conservative, small government lane. Continue reading A Two Lane Highway

Relaying Observations

Today’s will be another of my quick hit articles. I want to comment on several recent events and tidbits I picked up in my reading. Continue reading Relaying Observations

From Comment To Shock

The genesis of today’s article is a comment from longtime friend and frequent reader Jeff McKnight. It simply read, “Just curious…who paid for McCarthy’s trip to Mar a Lago?”  As it turns out so was I and this was the stimulus I needed to do some research.  The answer is somewhat incomplete but was certainly shocking. Continue reading From Comment To Shock

Analyzing The GOP

The Republican Party appears to be at a critical crossroad at the moment. I’m not exactly on their speed dial so I don’t have any inside information but I’d like to take a shot at analyzing what’s going on with them today. Continue reading Analyzing The GOP