Tulsi Gabbard has become a lightning rod for all that is wrong with American politics. I wrote an article for Strategic Culture recently that outlines the moral bankruptcy of the Democrats and our media. Gabbard is the next generation of US politician but I fear she is too little, too take. Much like Rand Paul … Continue reading Tulsi Gabbard and the Smear Campaign
The more I follow the details of the Brexit story the more I sense complete panic from the camp that wants to Remain in the European Union. Next week's vote for Prime Minister Theresa May's 'Plan B' deal will see a series of amendments voted on to tie the her hands between now and March … Continue reading Panic Time For Remainers Over Brexit
It's come down to this on Brexit. Who is Theresa May actually working for? The People? Or the unelected oligarchy I call The Davos Crowd? If it's the former then May had a very good week. Her terrible deal went down in flames, but she knew this would happen. She then invited her opposition, Jeremy Corbyn of … Continue reading Brexit Hinges on What Theresa May is Thinking
I have to hand out sincere kudos to Tucker Carlson. His opening salvo for 2019 was one for the ages. It was a broad-ranging, fifteen-minute rhetorical tour de force. Tying together Mitt Romney's vulture capitalism, unchecked immigration, political corruption and the destruction of the middle class family, Carlson laid out a story that if everyone … Continue reading Tucker Carlson and the Plight of the Yellow Vests
When an event grabs headlines like the protests in France have I temper my reactions to it. I didn't give the Yellow Vest protests much thought at first wanting to see where they would lead. Protests like this and even bigger ones like Catalonian independence are invariably betrayed by the European political establishment. They become … Continue reading The End of France as We Know It?
I knew there was something wrong with Donald Trump's presidency the day he bombed the airbase at Al-Shairat in Syria. It was a turning point. I knew it was a mistake the moment he did it and argued as such at the time. No act by him was more contentious. It cost me hundreds of … Continue reading Trump Folds at G-20 on Everything
Israel announced a major pipeline project from the gas fields off its shore involving four countries, terminating in northern Italy. The EastMed Pipeline could be one of the longest in history as well as one of the most technically difficult to pull off. The deal was announced on World Israel News a few days ago … Continue reading The Ins and Outs of Israel’s Pipeline to Europe.
George Soros is losing. He still thinks he's winning. But, in reality, he's losing. All around you, if you look closely enough, you will see the spectre of George Soros lurking behind the headlines. The caravan, net neutrality, regulating Facebook, the de-platforming of independent media, color revolutions and election meddling, refugee creation and manipulation, the … Continue reading Have We Reached Peak Soros?