It’s Monday morning of Thanksgiving week as I begin to write this. Congress is on break this week. When do they actually work and considering what they do are we perhaps better off when they don’t? In any event I don’t expect as much to happen this week as in recent weeks. I’m waiting for a court decision and whatever else happens in the Trump scandals. With all that considered it is a good opportunity for another attempt at a catch up article. Let’s explore. Continue reading Just Some Other Things To Mention
Trump brags about being the author of The Art of the Deal. In reality he told a lot of stories to Tony Schwartz who actually wrote the 1987 book. During that time period I was not as far removed from my college days as a management major and I read a lot of business books. Reading The Art of the Deal was a waste of my money and time. It was basically Trump bragging about his malarkey deals that largely the average American paid for. History repeated itself on Monday afternoon except Schwartz didn’t have to do any writing. Let’s explore. Continue reading No Big Deal
Today is Dyngus Day and I feel morally obligated to recognize my ethnic Polish heritage while still covering my “beat” of politics. I do so with today’s title to describe the South Korean trade deal. Let’s explore. Continue reading Such A Deal?
The title of this article comes from a story two of my female friends told me many years ago and with poetic license I am “adapting” it so that the “him” is President Trump. Let’s explore as I stretch the PG rating ever so slightly. Continue reading Give Him The Clap
We are nearing the one year mark of Donald Trump’s presidency. Many things concern me, but perhaps none more so than the bankruptcy of America’s word. Simply put, why would any nation or entity trust us? Let’s explore. Continue reading The Bankruptcy Of America’s Word