Wednesday, February 28, 2018

A tale of 3 Trump's, NSA vs. Russia, Kushner away, Defense

A tale of 3 Trump's: On Wednesday, the president showed three distinct sides of his personality and presidency. The bad, the good, and the excellent

The president has one good excuse for not unleashing the NSA on Russia: saving up the best weapons of cyber-warfare for wars to come

Trump should send Jared Kushner to a foreign capital. Having lost his TS/SCI clearance, Jared isn't that useful to the White House

Take on the military industrial complex but don't skimp on defense needs

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

NSA director on Russia, Saudi Arabia readies for war, a German village's Nazi bell, GTA 5

Decoding NSA director Mike Rogers’ testimony on counter-Russian actions. The NSA chief didn’t explicitly say he was being prevented from taking action

Saudi Arabia is readying for war. The decision by Mohammed bin Salman to fire senior commanders and appoint younger officials to key positions illustrates his urgency for change

A German village, a Nazi bell and a lesson for Confederate statue debates. Here’s how a small German village is educating Americans about the need to retain rather than rubbish history

Rockstar Games should add a police mode to the console versions of GTA 5

Monday, February 26, 2018

The McLaughlin Group

Xi doubles down, Syria cease fire, Erdogan's madness

China’s president, Xi Jinping doubles down on his pursuit of a post-American new world order. Here’s what his term limit exclusions mean in practice

We shouldn’t trust Putin’s ceasefire in Ghouta, Syria. The Russian leader is again attempting to play the world

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, president of Turkey has lost his mind. His latest antics involve telling a 6 year-old girl that she would be buried as a martyr

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Brendan Dassey and criminal procedure, North Korea's playing game

The Supreme Court should hear 'Making a Murderer' Brendan Dassey's appeal. There are important issues of justice and civil rights at stake here

North Korea played Mike Pence at the Olympics and is playing President Trump more generally. Here’s what’s going on and how to fix the situation

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Friday, February 16, 2018

Israel vs. Iran in Syria, Mueller indictments, Pakistan troops to Saudi Arabia, Zuckerberg kneeling to Putin

How Israel intends to defeat Iran in Syria: by military dominance

The key takeaway from Mueller’s latest indictments: Russia isn’t our friend

Why Pakistan is sending soldiers to Saudi Arabia: Mohammed bin Salman

The Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is betraying U.S. values by bowing to Russian pressure by blocking access to Instagram

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Tillerson Lebanon, Common Sense, $10.7

In Beirut, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson masters the Lebanese political waltz. The secretary did a good job facing down U.S. adversaries and holding a smile

Why “common sense” is an utterly useless phrase on gun debates. We don’t even agree to disagree on what it means

$10.7 billion can make our schools a lot safer. That’s how much it would cost to put 2 armed security officers in every public school and college in America

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Zuma's South Africa, Netanyahu's future and peace process, Navalny vs. Deripaska/Putin, Omarosa at war

Jacob Zuma has betrayed Nelson Mandela’s legacy and is burning South Africa’s future. He must be dragged from power

Benjamin Netanyahu’s future now rests in the hands of the judiciary. The police recommendation to charge Bibi with corruption affects U.S. foreign policy interests

Alexei Navalny is struggling for free expression and political accountability. Google and Instagram must not kneel to Russian demands to censor the investigative journalist

If Omarosa and Piers Morgan were nation states, who would win a war between them? I provide the answer!

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Monday, February 12, 2018

Peter Rabbit muppets, Infrastructure taxes, Ron Wyden, EPA waste, ISIS trials

Peter Rabbit movie protesters are humorless and deserve unrepentant repudiation

In return for a repeal of Davis-Bacon, Republicans should support a gas tax increase

Ron Wyden is probably wasting his time in investigating Donald Trump’s sale of a Palm Beach mansion. The Senator believes money laundering may be involved

EPA chief Pruitt is playing taxpayers by wasting money on first class adventures

It would be a terrible idea to try the ISIS beatles at the Int. Criminal Court. That court system is inefficient and insufficient to the crimes the terrorists have committed

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Hamster moron, Russia Syria, Julian Castro

The student who attempted to take a hamster on an aircraft deserves absolutely no sympathy. On the contrary, she deserves criminal charges

Russia's hand lurks close in Syria's attack on US forces. Putin is attempting to push the U.S. out of Syria. Fortunately, Trump is willing to bomb them

Julian Castro is looking towards 2020. And as he does so, the Texan Democrat is burning Biden and Bernie