Donald Trump

THE TRUMP DOCTRINE AND THE GENERALS

Vassar Bushmills Apparently almost every president had a foreign policy doctrine. One even got it’s own teaching bloc in public schools, at least until the 1980s. It was called the Monroe Doctrine, which stated that the US would use force to repel foreign (mostly European) incursions into the western hemisphere. [Read More]

Tax Bill Confiscatory Taxes
Politics

Ways to challenge Progressives’ demands for confiscatory taxes

When it comes to confiscatory taxes, up-and-coming Progressive politicians are honest in their desires, but dishonest or misinformed about their facts. I’m developing quite the soft spot for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. It’s not that I think she’s either intelligent or that her ideas are good. To the contrary, I find her [Read More]

Conspiracies

Secret Cartels Rule The World.

Cartels are not just for drugs. This is fiction—a simple distraction to draw away your scrutiny. Cartels do not advertise what they are, or welcome your examination. They can be politically structured, or for profit, or both. They are usually clandestine. PHOTOS APPEARED FIRST IN:   WHATFINGER.COM Cartels are international, domestic, [Read More]

Culture

A Matter of Rape in Japan

Veterans’ Tales by Vassar Bushmills In October I promised you a second case-story about rape, the first story trying to give you some sort of idea about why neither good cops nor defense lawyers will take a female victim’s word as gospel. This next case in about a rape charge that [Read More]

Rashida Tlaib Palestinian Congress
Politics

Rashida Tlaib, unpleasant as she is, deserves to be taken seriously

Foul-mouthed, antisemitic Rashida Tlaib is the avatar of an incoming class of Leftist congresswomen that needs to be taken seriously in the realm of ideas. Rashida Tlaib, the Palestinian-identifying woman who got herself elected to the American House of Representatives, gained instant notoriety when she excitedly announced that her single [Read More]

Donald Trump

Trump’s Briefing in Rose Garden re Schumer Shutdown II, Security Crisis at Border

On Friday, President Donald J. Trump met with leaders of both parties to discuss the national security crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, funding for the border wall, terms of which would lead to ending the partial government shutdown (Schumer Shutdown II).  In attendance were Vice President Mike Pence, House Minority Leader [Read More]

Mitt Romney Source: Gage Skidmore-Flickr; President Donald J. Trump Source: Matthew Vadon-Flickr [both (CC BY-SA 2.0)]
Donald Trump

Mitt Romney Begins 2019 with Anti-Trump WashPo Op-Ed

The 2019 New Year began with two Less NeverTrumping dirtbags, Bob Corker and Jeff Flake, in the United States Senate.   However, at the moment of their departure from the Senate, NeverTrumper Mitt the Choker Romney slipped through the gates, correction fence with an anti-President Donald J. Trump op-ed published in [Read More]