The Democrats go “Wild”erness

The Democrats go “Wild”erness

The Democrats latest foray into disruptive silliness played out Monday at the Electoral College.  I use the term silliness, rather than some other tectonic term, because the Democratic party has ceased to be a party that can,

The Passing of Fidel – Two perspectives from a sitting president and a president-elect

During the early 90’s, I lived and worked in Moscow and traveled throughout the former Soviet Union. As I witnessed the ravages of 70+ years of Communism, I remembered Kissinger’s comment, “Russia is a

The 60 Minutes interview of President Obama … what we’ve learned

The 60 Minutes interview of President Obama … what we’ve learned

So I return after a brief job-related hiatus, and what do I find … Bowe Bergdahl’s back in the news (another post) and President Obama entangles himself with and fails to impress Steve Kroft during

About those Iran sanctions, Mr. President

One of the major selling points about the Iranian nuclear framework agreement being touted by the President is that should, repeat should, the Iranians cheat on the agreement, sanctions could be reinstated against them.

Barack re-elects Bibi and petulance trumps statesmanship

It’s times like these when I question if we have a child in the White House or a world leader.  Contrary to polls right up until the election results were in, it was thought,

Valerie Jarrett, Hillary may have the last laugh

So we learn this morning from The New York Post, that Valerie Jarrett leaked to the press Hillary Clinton’s use of a the private email address.  The reasons given for the leak: “Last fall, during

Obama’s Munich

As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prepares for his speech before the US Congress on Tuesday morning, Obama’s negotiations with Iran continue down a potential course of no return, for the United States and

“Was blind, but now I see.” Amazing Grace has yet to find Barack Obama.

The cover of the today’s NY Post says it all.  From the President himself, to his minions in the State Department and the Dept. of Homeland Security, the blindfolds are on, the ear plugs

Leon Panetta. What did he know and when did he know it. He’s not telling.

With his book, Worthy Fights, just out on the book stands, and now making the round of the talk show circuits, Leon Panetta’s comment made this morning to Andrea Mitchell on MSNBC caught my

Becoming a “manageable problem” – Obama’s delusional view of ISIS

Becoming a “manageable problem” – Obama’s delusional view of ISIS

Coming soon to a city near you.  As we approach the annual 9/11 anniversary, we wait for the other proverbial “shoe to drop.”  At least some of us.  With medieval barbarism, now prominent on