With all of the talk about Ukraine, there is some helpful context and background to be found in a 2017 article in Politico. The following includes excerpts from the article followed by a link to the entire article. Politico, Jan. 11, 2017 Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfire Donald Trump wasn’t the only presidential candidate […]
“Pierre Delecto” strikes back at Romney critics If there was ever any doubt that Republican Senator Mitt Romney (at least secretly) identifies as vehemently anti-Trump, the Twitter account under the name “Pierre Delecto” may have put that to rest. Romney recently admitted he was using the “Delecto” pseudonym on social media. Romney told reporters it […]
The following is an excerpt from an article in The Atlantic. …[A]fter weeks of escalating combat with the president—over Ukraine, and China, and Syria, and impeachment—the gentleman from Utah suddenly appears ready to unload… To Romney, Trump’s performance as president is inextricably tangled up in his character. “Berating another person, or calling them names, or […]
The following is an excerpt from my Full Measure story with media critic Howard Kurtz. Watch the video and read the full story at the link at the end of this article. In recent days, after President Trump withdrew US troops from Syria, some of the criticism was accompanied by dramatic video on the news. […]
A pro-Trump activist is pledging to take new legal action against the left-wing Antifa follower who assaulted him. The victim, Mike Cernovich, says his intention is to “find out who is funding” Antifa. Antifa activists have attacked police and Trump supporters during numerous, violent protests since 2016. Most recently, 32 year old David Campbell plead […]
Much as the intel community changed rules about sharing sensitive intelligence after Trump was elected on the eve of his inauguration… intel community rules about what constitutes a “whistleblower” were reportedly changed just before publicity about the new whistleblower complaint against President Trump. The following is an excerpt from an article by Sean Davis in […]
Forty-eight states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico have launched joint investigations into Google for alleged violations of antitrust law. Attorney Generals in Texas and Washington, D.C. are leading the way in the probe honing in on Google’s dominance as an internet search engine and advertiser. We have 50 attorneys general from across the nation who […]
At this time four years ago, Donald Trump stood just about where Democrat Tulsi Gabbard is: 1-2%. So why are some in the media pretending current polls reflect what will really happen in Nov. 2020? Are they using polls to try to shape public opinion rather than measure it?