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.
“Ipse dixit” is one of the more charming Latin phrases you’ll find in legal writing. It translates to “he himself has said it.” (As an aside, Gilbert & Sullivan aficionado’s may recognize that little phrase from H.M.S. Pinafore.) What the phrase means is that the author asserts as authority the [Read More]
Progressives deny the Deep State, even as they boast about its accomplishments. So who’s really delusional when talking about the Deep State? Progressives call conservatives delusional for worrying about a Deep State, while at the same time boasting about the Deep State’s accomplishments. While fealty to Left-wing ideas is a [Read More]
Vassar Bushmills Recent revelations that China hacked Hillary’s illegal email set-up for most of the years of her service as Secretary of State, and probably beyond, are being underplayed in the media. For obvious reasons. But it’s a game-changer, for no longer is Hillary the central bad guy in this [Read More]