Still No Magic Wall Across Mexico

Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” has nothing on the surrealism of Donald Trump’s version. Though he continues railing about it, The Wall is not ever going to be built, and not just because of political problems. As I have outlined before in this space, it is completely infeasible. Not doable. And … Continue reading

Improve Your Twitter for the 2018 Election!

Now is the time to start gearing up for a massively consequential election.   2018 mid-term elections will be played out even as we are under attack from organized Russian cyber-criminals. We can know that for sure because, according to the six top leaders of American intelligence, no directive has … Continue reading

Smuggled Nukes, the Ultimate Threat

Although it has dragged on for so many decades, it is hard to imagine that the impasse with North Korea can endure for another year. The fact that the Kim regime now has nuclear weapons, and is finalizing a missile delivery system, and is as unstable as it is, indicates … Continue reading

Non-Violence Has Never Looked Better

US Rep. Mark Sanford (R-SC) went on MSNBC’s Morning Joe show Thursday and stated that President Trump was “partially” to blame for the polarization and poisoned state of politics in America today. Such generosity from a right-winger is breathtaking. To think that the two-year spew of insults and rants, temper … Continue reading

All Conspiracies To Be Revealed — by Trump?

The election of Donald Trump owes an awful lot to conspiracy theories. As in, Barack Obama was born in Kenya, climate change is a Chinese hoax, the entire American news media is a vast conspiracy, three million illegal aliens voted in the 2016 election, and Obama wiretapped Trump Tower. Then, … Continue reading

Feudalism is Archaic, Not US Constitution

I am red hot with rage as I type these words, having just hours ago heard Donald Trump’s heartfelt opinion of the United States Constitution. It goes like this: “It’s a very rough system. It’s an archaic system … It’s really a bad thing for the country.” No, this was … Continue reading