Friday, February 15, 2019

India attack in election context, China's wall of economic lies, Iran's leaders aren't nice, Cold War interventions

Elections and fury: why India is likely to retaliate aggressively to the JeM terrorist attack. The Indian government is caught between anger and nuclear escalation.

China hides its economic crisis behind a great wall of lies. Xi is a propagandizing authoritarian who is trying to paint a false picture of economic security.

Don’t defend Iran’s leaders, you’ll look stupid. The Iranian government is a big problem in the Middle East. To say otherwise is to be delusional.

What Vox’s Matthew Ygelsias gets wrong about the Cold War. Yes, conservatives were right to pursue interventionism against the margins of Soviet power.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

India attack, national emergency, Amazon withdrawal, Winston Churchill, podcast

India attack: America should take China to task at the UN. China is sheltering Pakistani terrorists.

Why, in 100 words, Trump is wrong to declare a national emergency. It's about good government.

In Amazon's withdrawal from New York City, AOC delivers her socialist whirlwind.

The intellectual villainy of calling Winston Churchill a villain. History proves abundantly that the opposite descriptor is accurate.

Latest podcast with my father - discussing Amazon relocation, Churchill, and China

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

US Navy/Marines near Venezuela, US Navy utility of force, Troops to Venezuela?, Russia's internet insulation

A significant US Navy and Marine Corps presence is quietly building in waters near Venezuela. It suggests Trump may send a MEU to Colombia.

The US Navy doesn't need a lot more ships, it needs to better use what it has. And procure more of what it needs/less of what makes it vulnerable. This isn't complicated.

Why Trump is likely to announce he's sending troops to the Venezuelan border. It's all about Guaido's February 23rd aid convoy pledge.

Russia's internet insulation isn't about cyber-defense so much as it is scaring Europe. The Russians know they can't insulate against US cyber-strike capabilities.

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Royal Navy, Venezuela, Clothing

Britain's new naval plan intends to support U.S. leadership and increase the Royal Navy's lethality. It's about groups that can insulate allied fleets from air attack.

Why Tuesday will be a big day for Venezuela's future. The aid convoy effort is stepping up a gear.

Journalists have no business telling stores what clothes to sell. The pathetic outrage over "fake news" t-shirts evidences a journalistic triumph of ego and ignorance over morality and duty.

Monday, February 11, 2019

Paris mayor vs. Airbnb, Illah Omar idiocy, hospital ships, podcast

Paris mayor turns up her noses at tourists. By trying to weaken Airbnb in the French capital, the mayor shows the worst impulses of socialism.

Congresswoman Illhan Omar offers a non apology apology. Is she an antisemite?

How to save Venezuelans and undercut Maduro's propaganda: send a hospital ship. The US navy vessels have the means to save many lives.

Rogan and Rogan: episode 4

Friday, February 8, 2019

Candace Owens history, Green New Deal, Cuban intelligence

Candace Owens' doesn't understand Hitler's economy. She must read some history.

The Green New Deal is immoral. It pretends that an alternate reality exists.

Sanction Cuba's intelligence support for Venezuela. We must keep up the pressure.



Thursday, February 7, 2019

Green New Deal, John Kelly dinner, Trump's Iraq Gaffe, Mohammed bin Salman

Green New Deal? Try economic armageddon. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's latest gift to civic life is a joke of epic proportions.

John Kelly has an eternal "hall pass" to "acceptable society." To suggest that Kelly would be unworthy of a DC dinner invitation is the height of misguided, immoral arrogance.

Trump's Iraq gaffe is a real problem: speaking without thinking, Trump has induced the triumph of Iraqi nationalist populism over joined US-Iraqi interest.

Foreign Policy's critics are wrong: Mohammed bin Salman is a top global thinker. The reality of his rule is objectively obvious in its overall positivity and originality.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Maduro Macbeth, SOTU holocaust, Venezuela sanctions, France nuclear, Trump SOTU, Democrats employment, Virginia governor

Nicolas Maduro: Venezuela's mix of Macbeth and Mr. Blobby. The pretender president is an absurd and immoral cretin.

At the State of the Union, American glory as rendered by Holocaust survivors and those who saved them. It was a wonderful moment.

The US should sanction Venezuelan military officers who are obstructing aid supplies into Venezuela. Doing so would send a powerful political message in support of the Venezuelan people.

With a nuclear warning shot at Russia, France reaffirms its support for the US and NATO. Now President Trump should thank President Macron.

Trump's State of the Union was Trump at his best. The president was generous.

Why didn't Democrats applaud Trump's line on minority employment? There is no obvious answer that comports with patriotic morality.

Is Virginia about to get the third-in-line-to-governor, Kirk Cox? The current scandal situation suggests it's a possibility.

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Episode 3, Rogan and Rogan: podcast with my father discussing foreign policy and economic issues.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Iran anger, China Venezuela, Chris Murphy

Why Iran's hardliners just threatened Israel. It's about three factors: anger towards Rouhani more-moderates, anger against the IDF, and anger against Russia.

Why China wouldn't challenge the US military in Venezuela. Beijing would not be able to risk a conflict against the US in Latin America.

Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy blames Trump for arms sales under Obama. He should correct his tweet.

Monday, February 4, 2019

Venezuela colectivos, Bill de Blasio, AOC Corbyn, Golf DC

Why the colectivos of Venezuela pose a growing threat to Juan Guaido. They want to serve the revolution at all costs.

On Bill Maher, Bill de Blasio explains how conservatives can win. The New York City mayor endorsed a socialist dystopia.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's new bestie is an anti-American fanatic. The Congresswoman should choose better friends than Jeremy Corbyn.

How one entrepreneur is trying to make golf more accessible to more people. Based in DC, City Swing is a fun and flexible day out!