Bye, Bye Bannon

Steven Bannon and the White House have parted ways. The New York Times reports that a source close to Mr. Bannon insists that it was Bannon who, “Had submitted his resignation to the president on Aug. 7, to be announced at the start of this week." There is a different version of the events coming... Continue Reading →

The Dangerous Children Playing Nuclear Games

  The United Nations Security Counsel unanimously voted on August 5, 2017 to impose new sanctions on North Korea, which, according to the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, would cut North Korean exports by one-third.  Ambassador Haley said that, “The resolution targets North Korea's primary exports, including coal, iron, iron ore, lead,... Continue Reading →

This Week In Russiagate, Sitting Down With Putin

The scheduling for this year’s G-20 meeting could not have come at a better time for the new President of the United States, as Congress was in recess for the July Fourth holiday vacation. With no witnesses appearing at any of those pesky Congressional hearings, the President began the week insulting the United States intelligence... Continue Reading →

A Threat To Elected Democrats

#ALLofUS2016, along with still more former members of the Bernie 2016 campaign are involved in the creation of yet another group targeting elected Democrats. We Will Replace You is another supposed liberal or progressive group looking to take out sitting Democrats from Congress in 2018. Instead of focusing their attention on the Republicans who control our... Continue Reading →

So You Want A Revolution?

More than a week before Hillary Rodham Clinton was officially nominated as the 2016 Democratic Presidential nominee, Senator Bernie Sanders planned the announcement of the launch of the 501 (C) (4)  social welfare group, Our Revolution.  Recall that the Independent Socialist from Vermont repeatedly made the claim that he had no Super PACs working for him during... Continue Reading →

The Syrian Strike- A Prelude To War?

The Cold War was a tense and dangerous time when the world’s two most powerful nuclear arsenals played a dangerous game of chicken, for the years following the end of World War II through the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. Now, in a world where the two competing superpowers are more adept than ever... Continue Reading →

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