by | May 2, 2020

Friday Did you know that I, your humble servant, am the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit against our handsome governor,…

by | Apr 1, 2020

Washington Conscientious conservative that I am, every afternoon I attempt to clear my mind of the day’s claptrap and sprinkle…

by | Nov 5, 2019

The Constitution stipulates that impeachment is confined to a president’s high crime or misdemeanor, not his unpopularity. To date, the…

by | Oct 8, 2019

Two years after the Civil War ended in 1865, a Republican Congress gained a veto-proof majority in both chambers. They…

by | Jan 21, 2019

In November, 1863, the New York Herald reported that a temperance committee had asked President Lincoln to dismiss Ulysses S. Grant….

by | Jan 16, 2018

“Treat the Negro as a citizen and a voter — as he is, and must remain — and soon parties…

by | Dec 27, 2017

Here I am in Naples, Florida ending the year in the sun and actually coterminous with a golf course. I, of course, will not indulge in the sport, for I find it too leisurely. Actually I do not even consider it a sport. I am in agreement with my old friend, the great basketball coach Bob Knight. A true sport demands conditioning, applied strength, speed, and, of course, art. Golf involves only art. In fact, when strength and conditioning are demanded most golfers take to their golf carts. Golf is as much a sport as bowling or billiards or canasta. So I shall continue to desist from golf here in sunny Florida and leave the pastime of golf to my friends Rush Limbaugh, Donald Trump, and Bill Clinton. Does Hillary Clinton golf? She looks more like a bowler to me.

by | Feb 22, 2017

Washington Did you know this? “Not since Lincoln has there been a president as fundamentally shaped — in his life,…

by | Oct 7, 2016

Historians often write that Ulysses S. Grant was a great general, but a poor president who presided over numerous scandals….

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