Did Trump just become the Democrats’ eight-year nightmare?

At last night’s Address to a Joint Session of Congress, Donald Trump became the Democrats’ worst nightmare.  This was a Donald Trump that was never seen before by a majority of the Democrats sitting in

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,

Hillary and the Recount – Where does Entitlement End?

To say that the Clinton presidential loss was a bruising defeat is the understatement of understatements.  Running for, and winning the Presidency of the United States, was a lifetime goal of Hillary Clinton.  Losing

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

Yes, I’m a woman, and Yes, I’m still voting for Trump

Yes, I’m a woman, and Yes, I’m still voting for Trump

Since the release of the Trump/Billy Bush audio tape from the Access Hollywood archives, the mainstream media has put the issue on steroids in the hope that undecided voters will finally swing to Hillary

Trump/Clinton Debate – Deja Vu of 2012

Trump/Clinton Debate – Deja Vu of 2012

Unlike the 84 million viewers of Monday night’s debate, this individual listened to the debate while driving home from an all day conference.  Into the first half hour of the debate, I knew I heard

What is Donald Trump Doing?

Earlier today, The Hill published a column, “Republican Exodus from Trump Grows.”   List-style, for more impact, the column names names:  elected officials, former elected officials, party officials, conservative media.  Is Trump worried?  If

RNC – Not so Convention-al Perspectives

RNC – Not so Convention-al Perspectives

The Republican National Convention is now history.   “The Donald” has spoken (well, yelled mostly), and was introduced by his daughter, Ivanka, one of his most stalwart and strongest supporters. With all the brouhaha over this convention,

Iowa Giveth a Lesson

Iowa Giveth a Lesson

The Hawkeyes have spoken, and now with gratefulness will be left alone in blissful peace until 2020.  What an outcome for both the Democrats and Republicans.  Unexpected by Trump and Rubio, but envisioned by Cruz,

Things you hear while standing in a gun line, aka, why Donald Trump isn’t going away any time soon

A couple of days ago I stood in line for little over an hour at a national sporting goods outfitter/retailer along with 30 other people (no lie, 30, because I counted them all in front