Tucker Carlson and the Plight of the Yellow Vests

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

Trump Walks Back Syria Pullout As Noose Tightens

If anyone still thinks that Donald Trump has some master plan to kill off his Deep State adversaries they should check themselves into therapy. I know withdrawal is hard, but admitting you have a problem is the first step to curing it. He doesn't have a plan. He may fight them but it won't be … Continue reading Trump Walks Back Syria Pullout As Noose Tightens

When Warren Woke Up to A World Without Her

"When your enemy is making a mistake, why interrupt them?"  - Napoleon. Elizabeth Warren's national political career is over.  And malignant narcissist that she is she keeps trying to score rhetorical points against Donald Trump, thinking if she can just get in a good one, she'll stop being a laughing stock. But, that's not going … Continue reading When Warren Woke Up to A World Without Her

Russia Still Allowing U.S. to Save Face in Syria

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov hasn’t become the world’s most respected diplomat without cause.  His statement today, carried by Russian news agency ITAR-TASS, leaves open the avenue for a face-saving statement by the U.S. after the bombshell BBC report that it cut a deal with ISIS fighters in Raqqa, allowing them to leave unmolested. "I … Continue reading Russia Still Allowing U.S. to Save Face in Syria