A few weeks ago David Brooks, commenting on President Trump’s role in the Culture War, described his understanding of how we got here. He writes: After World War II the… Read more »
Yesterday’s Charlottesville post was mostly concerned with the event as a whole from a legal and constitutional standpoint. And on that score, Unite The Right, who were there protesting the… Read more »
My take on what happened in Charlottesville: Whatever you think of Unite the Right, or the demonstration against the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue, they had a lawful… Read more »
In 1957, Chairman Mao said the following during a speech in Peking: Letting a hundred flowers blossom and a hundred schools of thought contend is the policy for promoting progress… Read more »
The entirely media-created, faux outrage laden Trump Wrestlemania Twitter ‘controversy’ took an interesting turn when CNN, unable to take its loss like a man, decided to threaten the individual who… Read more »
Regardless of what happens from here on out, President Trump will have accomplished the invaluable public service of exposing the naked hypocrisy of The Establishment, comprised of your “name brand” Republican and Democrat politicians, mainstream media, and their backers in big business and academia.
This cohort stands in opposition to President Trump, owing to his pledge to put America First in all matters. This nationalist focus is at odds with the globalist view of the world which is the preference of The Establishment. Having failed to keep him out of the White House, The Establishment has gone all in to peddle the conspiracy that the Trump campaign – and even Trump himself – colluded with the Russian government to undermine Hillary Clinton, and win himself the presidency.
The latest leg of this Collusion Theory story has gathered steam on the back of President Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey last week….