by | Oct 22, 2019

So. Mitt Romney is out of the closet. Comes the news from the left-leaning Slate (which gleaned its initial information from an Atlantic story) that Romney has been caught with a secret Twitter account in the name of “Pierre Delecto.” In which…

by | May 25, 2019

Tanker ships and the strategic pipeline of Aramco, the world’s largest oil company, suffered terrorist attacks last week. Aramco has the monopoly on all Saudi Arabian oil production and is wholly owned by the Saudi government, the United States’ most powerful…

by | Jul 19, 2018

This week, Nicaraguans once again faced bloody violence at the hands of Daniel Ortega’s government. Protests against the government have been ongoing since April, but this week has been particularly bleak. On Friday, government forces attacked hundreds of protesting students…

by | Jun 1, 2018

“I’d be careful about reporting that Obama said there was no wiretapping,” Jon Favreau, one of Obama’s speechwriters, tweeted out in 2017. Members of the media, loath to let anything complicate their anti-Trump propaganda, chided him for this unhelpful slip…

by | Feb 26, 2018

Last week, CNN threw together an arena of grieving and outraged families who had either lost a child or lost a classmate in a massacre by a young man wielding a rifle. Let’s pause for a moment and consider the…

by | Feb 23, 2018

To be a leader is to be an educator, Aristotle taught, appropriately. Lead in thought, lead in government, teach. Which somewhere in there involves clarity of expression. But what is it about American politicians that they can’t make a strong…

by | Jan 12, 2017

Watching the Rex Tillerson confirmation hearings before the Senate yesterday, one thing was clear: Marco Rubio don’t much like Tillerson’s kind. As Senator Rubio listed the atrocities being perpetrated by bad actors around the world, he’d give Mr. Tillerson a…

by | Nov 1, 2016

Tampa As the goblins enjoy their trick-or-treat candy and the Halloween decorations come down, that other horror that is the 2016 political cycle enters its final week. The top two races in Florida — president and U.S. Senate — remain…

by | Oct 26, 2016

Republican prospects of defending the party’s Senate majority, now four seats but with many more Republicans than Democrats up for election this year, are getting a bit more dicey as the Florida Senate race tightens. Thought recently to be a…

by | Sep 23, 2016

Damned if he does, damned if he doesn’t. Ted Cruz endorsed Donald Trump for the presidency Friday afternoon, a stunning turn of events after a contentious primary filled with nasty personal attacks and a dramatic snub at the Republican National…

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