By: Mike McDaniel Donald Trump has demonstrated an annoying, and potentially politically fatal tendency to take distracting political jabs personally. All too often, instead of attacking Hillary Clinton’s very real and very damaging acts, omissions, crimes, character flaws—she’s essentially one large, oven mitt pantsuit wearing character flaw—and corruption, he spends days railing against issues that would be entirely meaningless until he chooses to give them meaning with his petty obsessions. Either his advisors are helpless to stop him and keep him on message, or he is ignoring them, and as November 8 draws ever nearer, these distractions are becoming more and more costly.
By: Mike McDaniel Having had time to think about the last article in this series, perhaps readers are asking why it’s necessary to discuss political philosophy. Isn’t this, after all, a series of articles about guns? Gun ownership is an express–not an implied–unalienable right acknowledged by the Constitution. There is [Read More]
I go out to have coffee with a friend and — boom!! — Dickileaks breaks. I honestly don’t think there could be anything more perfect than learning that more of Hillary’s illegal emails showed up, this time on the phone of a serial flasher and possible pedophile. In a weird [Read More]
Vassar Bushmills I heard this said at least 10 years ago, so it is not a recent Harvey Weinstein-reflex. “The greatest threat to mankind are women without men and men without balls.” Twice now in a quarter century feminists have attempted to parlay their own political hypocrisy into attempting to force men into a kind [Read More]