“We are masters of the unsaid words, but slaves of those we let slip out.” – Winston Churchill
No, this is not about the Oscar-winning movie examining Winston Churchill’s hard choices that helped save the world. It’s about the darkest choices ever made by a … Read More
During a conversation with a friend about the Parkland school shooting, I was struck by something she said: “I’m not a Republican or a Democrat; I’m an American.”
Wednesday’s news was consumed with the aftershock of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. The first … Read More
Last Friday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein laid out chapter and verse on how the Russians meddled in our 2016 election, detailing a series of indictments by Special Counsel Robert Mueller III.
“The indictment charges 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies for committing federal … Read More
I was told by White House Press Secretary John G. Nicolay, that “Mr. Lincoln needed a little respite after recent news of a loss in our great civil war.”
“John, I’ve been waiting months for this interview.”
“He’s at Murphy’s Bar next door to the … Read More
Two commentaries regarding two possible wars demonstrate the vital need for statesmanship over salesmanship.
Lawrence Wilkerson served as chief of staff for Secretary of State Colin Powell during the George W. Bush administration at the time the U.S. was ramping up for war against Saddam … Read More
Friday’s revelations that President Trump called for the firing of Special Counsel Robert Muller III last June, and would have, had it not been for the threatened resignation by White House counsel, Donald McGahn II, is yet another piece of a growing mosaic that … Read More
Last year I wrote that Trump supporters, in general, fall into two categories: the willfully and woefully ignorant. Let me explain.
The willful represent a majority of Republicans in Congress. They realize that Trump is a walking disaster, but they’ll stick with him because he’s … Read More