As the polarizing former President announces his third consecutive bid for the White House, it’s worth considering the difference between political theory and practice. In theory, we shouldn’t be talking about Trump at all. In practice, he continues to dominate the political stage like no other. Donald Trump is the political difference between theory and… Continue reading Trump take three and why millions still support him
Elon Musk takes over Twitter and a deranged homeless person invades House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home, injuring her husband. On the surface, the two events do not seem to be related, but both have prompted connected waves of progressive outrage that are only likely to get worse after the result of the midterm… Continue reading The mounting progressive meltdowns are likely get worse
The Department of Justice created this mess by seizing close to a hundred times more material than they needed including personal items and privileged information they had no right to even look at, much less take. What are we supposed to do from here, let the same people who have breached every democratic norm imaginable… Continue reading FBI raid: Special masters are made for special circumstances
The goal of this government sponsored misdirection is the same as it’s always been: Keep the focus on President Trump, suggesting it no longer takes two to tango as the old saying goes, rather than demanding much needed answers from the very people that plunged us into this situation to begin with. Once upon a… Continue reading Trump is not to blame for people’s righteous anger at the FBI
It might be easy to dismiss Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s constant complaining and claims of victimhood were she not illustrative of the progressive movement in general, where even the highest of the high, including the President himself feigns powerlessness and pretends he’s merely a victim of events. Life is very difficult for progressive firebrand Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. We… Continue reading AOC: The progressive victim that roared
A reporter at The Washington Post rants for days on end over an off-color joke, attacking her colleagues and the company she works for in public, and playing the victim card while another is suspended without pay for a quickly deleted retweet followed by a prompt apology. How long can any institution last when the… Continue reading The joke heard round the world of the woke
Controversy is already swirling around a Supreme Court that could overturn Roe v. Wade and make abortion a state by state issue. The decision might hinge on the esoteric legal terms, holdings and dictum. Conceivably, there is a middle way where abortion is a right that can be regulated by the states, if only we… Continue reading Abortion: Can the Supreme Court find a middle way on the always controversial issue?
For an organization that claims to be woke and not-for-profit, the NCAA has a lot of explaining to do. Coaches and executives make millions, players make nothing and can’t even control the usage of their own image. We’re told it’s for their own good, but slaveholders in the antebellum south said much the same thing… Continue reading NCAA: The Supreme Court deals a blow to their slave labor policy, but how was it allowed to exist in the first place?