If you read this on publishing day the big event of the day promises to be the 1/6 hearings tonight – don’t be surprised if the Trump camp throws out a shiny object – so I thought I’d give you some things to ponder until the clock strikes the appointed hour. Continue reading A Few Things To Ponder
Commenting about the war in Ukraine is a scary proposition. I feel whatever I write will be dated by publication time. It’s moving fast and not in a good direction. I can’t help but feel it is going to get both worse and more complicated before it is over.
It’s Saturday morning and time to write another Sunday article. The biggest, among many big, political stories of this week was Ukraine. If you are looking for a definitive prediction of what will happen and when, I’m sorry to disappoint you. If you are looking for some interesting insight and observations please read on.
This is a somewhat rare case where the biggest American political story of the week just passed actually occurred outside the United States. It gets even more unusual from there. A holiday Friday – and make no mistake Black Friday has become a quasi holiday in America – is usually a rather slow news day. Black Friday 2021 was anything but!
In sports to a large degree a coach is only as good as their players. Politics is similar. Joe Biden is the new “coach” and he has assembled some great talent around him. His Treasury Secretary is Janet Yellen. While the former guy had a Wall Street C-lister with a trophy wife at Treasury; Biden has one of the world’s best economists. Saturday the difference showed and it was the beginning of a win for America. Continue reading Yellin’ For Yellen