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 America’s cities are once again the victim of the Left’s obsession with anarchic violence. “Not my president,” they cry, as they destroy and vandalize property, burn and steal, and beat the innocent for the crime of being present when and where they feel like beating someone. Indications [Read More]
Apparently Susan Rice really likes to watch, how very naughty (Bloomberg) White House lawyers last month learned that the former national security adviser Susan Rice requested the identities of U.S. persons in raw intelligence reports on dozens of occasions that connect to the Donald Trump transition and campaign, according to U.S. [Read More]
A trip to the local library makes clear that the Resistance is not dying. It is, instead gathering steam, preparing for martyrdom and explosion. For the past few days, my time has not been my own, which is how I found myself staring at the “new in non-fiction” shelf at [Read More]