No Daniel in Trump’s Inner-Circle

Since Donald Trump's ill-considered attack on Bashar Assad's forces in Syria, many of those who hoped his presidency would be different from previous ones, ardent and luke-warm supporters alike, have come out in opposition to the sudden change of course in Trump's foreign policy. They cite legitimate concerns over the seeming lack of U.S. national … Continue reading No Daniel in Trump’s Inner-Circle

The Bulls*** and the Bear

Watching the third presidential debate last night was painful. I have never been one to yell at the TV, but last night was an exception. I have never seen such bold-faced lies and outright hypocrisy in my life than what I heard from Hillary Clinton. Even after all the Wikileaks revelations and the O'Keefe documentary, … Continue reading The Bulls*** and the Bear

Observations on Last Night’s Presidential Debate

Watching the presidential debate last night, as always, was a difficult thing to stomach. Preparing for and watching these things is like going in for a colonoscopy. You know you should probably do it from time to time for good measure, but at the end of the day, whether a colonoscopy or a presidential debate, it's a … Continue reading Observations on Last Night’s Presidential Debate