Trump, From The Gut

A recent Internet perambulation brought to me an interesting assertion (can’t find it now, so I paraphrase and declare it’s not my own): Trump managed to turn the football-kneeling matter from a vague social protest into an overtly partisan issue. By...

It’s Complicated

In a move that set the political world into a frenzy and the blogosphere on fire, Trump fired FBI director James Comey yesterday. Chaos ensued. Skyscrapers collapsed. Earthquakes swallowed Tokyo, San Francisco, Manila and Jakarta. Tidal waves wiped out low-lying...

The Pit And The Pendulum

The 100th day of a new administration is always considered symbolic, a time for assessment and retrospection. Today, Trump’s 100th day, and by extension the 100th day of the current incarnation of one-party governance, it’s worth noting that, once again,...

Liberals In Exile

The title of this essay, cribbed from the penultimate sentence of a recent op-ed by conservative columnist Rich Lowry, embodies the essence of how the Left views itself today, the day after their collective nightmare was sworn in as President. The bitterness and sad...

A President, Not A King

Today, a man who is loved/hated by millions will replace a man who is loved/hated by millions as President of The United States. There is little doubt that the American President is the most powerful man in the world, but it behooves us to remember that his is not the...