By Mike McDaniel Feeling jealousy over the accomplishments of others is commonly thought to be a sign of poor breeding. It is, at the least, indicative of a selfish personality. However, mocking those given conspicuous public awards for political purposes is a venerable American sport, one in which I occasionally participate.
By: Mike McDaniel Remember the kid your mother told you about? The one she knew was going to get you in trouble? Multiply that maternal wisdom and certainty by many orders of magnitude, and you begin to understand the presidential debate of September 26, 2016 between Donald Trump and [Read More]
The Commander-In-Chief Forum…who lied and why, what it tells us about how future debates will go, and who the viewers and the military thought came out ahead. [Read More]
The real Russia collusion — Obama and Clinton team with Russia against Trump — makes sense if you look at the motives driving the various actors. Da Vinci once said that “Every action needs to be prompted by a motive.” Motive is certainly a helpful tool when it comes to bringing [Read More]