It’s my contention that through its own rules, the United States Congress (specifically the Senate) has allowed itself to be so tied up in knots, that it’s almost irrelevant anymore. The focus nowadays is virtually all on what the President is going to do, whether it’s Barack Obama or Donald Trump.
- February 15th, 2017
- February 8th, 2017
The deal the Obama Administration struck with Iran, relative to nuclear weapons, will go down as one of the worst deals in American history. Similar one-sided deals which come to mind are: native Americans parting with Manhattan for $24, the sale of Alaska by the Russians for far less than true value, and perhaps the Louisiana Purchase.
- February 1st, 2017
On the flight back from Washington to Cincinnati last Friday, I was doing what I usually do on flights – reading. Among my reading material was the New York Times and the Washington Post. As I’m sure you know, other news media outlets look to these papers (especially the Times) when they’re considering their own coverage – what’s newsworthy, and what’s not.
- January 25th, 2017
On Monday, President Trump said he wants to get rid of 75% of them. Shortly after he was elected, he said for every new one, we should get rid of two of them. What are these things that our new President dislikes so much?