November 16, 2018

Who among us has seen the hit movie, “Scarface,” starring Al Pacino? For the two of you who haven’t, Pacino plays Tony Montana, a Cuban immigrant who rises from murderous hitman to a dangerous drug overlord. Montana falls deeply into the role of brutal killer and cocaine king, making a fortune, but also violating the first rule of the business – Don’t get high on your own supply. His eventual, violent end came because of the drug use that plunged… Read more

November 16, 2018

So what’s going on with Julian Assange, the snowy-haired boss of WikiLeaks? Something is brewing. Everybody is talking, so I’m going to take a stab at it, myself. Let’s first make sure everyone is on the same page about who (and what) Julian Assange is. He’s more than simply some tech guru or hacker mastermind. If you’re the Swedish Prosecution Authority, he’s a rapist on the run. In 2010, several women went to authorities with claims of sexual assault and… Read more

November 15, 2018

Am I laughing? I’m laughing. A lot. For three years I’ve been going hard at American Pravda (Fox News, for those of you who’ve missed a few of my columns) for their worshipful, slobbering acquiescence to Donald Trump. Truly, when there were so many solid, serious conservative choices to be the 2016 GOP nominee, Fox News actively worked to torpedo the chances of all of them, in favor of the barking carnival act. To be fair, every other news network… Read more

November 15, 2018

President Trump is having a very bad, no good week. As wave after wave of bad press rolls in, beginning with the truckloads of ready-made late night joke material about rain and his infamous hair, extending to a series of White House shakeups, there have been few wins to speak of. Notably, when the president lashed out last week, firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions and replacing him with his chief of staff, Matthew Whitaker, he was shocked by the immediate… Read more

November 14, 2018

His numbers are bigly. They just may not be in the direction he would like them to be. The latest Monmouth University Poll is not exactly embracing President Trump, and if this climate holds until 2020, the Trumplican Party could be staring down the barrel of epic defeat. Among those things the poll explored, there was the question of whether the nation would be better with somebody else at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The majority polled think so. According to the… Read more

November 14, 2018

He had to know he was going to be stepping on some toes, delivering such a firm rebuke of sin in the church, while situated in the liberal stronghold of Chicago, Illinois. The “he” in question is Pastor Antonio Rocquemore, head of Power House International Ministries. Pastor Rocquemore is catching heat from the LGBT community for a powerful video clip that was posted recently, showing him call out a member of the congregation – a male – who had made the… Read more

November 13, 2018

First Lady Melania Trump, first thought to be a reluctant captive, the trophy wife roped into the spotlight by her wealthy, septuagenarian husband’s scheming and lust for power, is apparently beginning to feel herself in her current role. So remember the earlier discussion about President Trump pushing out some more members of his administration (this time, Homeland Security head, Kirstjen Nielsen)? The list is growing, and Mrs. Trump is helping. The latest name is that of deputy national security adviser… Read more

November 13, 2018

Watch the desperation of President Trump, this week. We can always tell when something major is about to drop by how frantic and spastic his tweets become. A fine for instance is this noontime Tuesday tweet, where he urges his cult-like followers, once again, to not listen to the news, but to trust in him, and his relationship with North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Un. The story in the New York Times concerning North Korea developing missile bases is inaccurate…. Read more

November 13, 2018

He was born the proverbial, spoiled rich kid. In his youth, he was a thug, cruel and selfish, encouraged by his daddy’s wealth to indulge in his worst impulses, knowing that the children of the privileged were not often held to the same standards of societal conduct. That was the direction of his life, until an incident with a knife became the final straw, and Fred Trump plucked up his middle child and shuffled him off to a military school…. Read more

November 12, 2018

Newly named acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker came under an intense amount of heat last week, as politicos reacted to the forced resignation of his former boss, Jeff Sessions. Sessions was an obedient lackey to Donald Trump from early in his candidacy, and also through the first two years of his presidency, except on a single issue – The Russia probe. Sessions recused himself in the early months of 2017, after it was discovered that he had his own communications… Read more

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