Category Archives: People

  • Remembering John McCain

    Remembering John McCain

    The death of Senator John McCain over the weekend, although expected, brought out an avalanche of emotions and well-deserved tributes, praise and recollections of the American patriot. The 6-term senior senator from Arizona was an iconic figure within the hallowed halls of the Senate. He was ...
  • Trump’s Biggest Blunder: Jeff Sessions

    Trump’s Biggest Blunder: Jeff Sessions

    While we can’t be sure that President Trump considers his biggest mistake as president the appointing of Jeff Sessions as Attorney General, we’d imagine it would certainly fall within his top five. Sessions, by all accounts, was a hardworking and principled senator – and a big ...
  • When Liberals Play Dirty on the Polls

    When Liberals Play Dirty on the Polls

    I recently had an opportunity to see how liberals act when they are campaigning for their favorite politician or judicial candidate. It wasn’t pretty. Most of the individuals that came out as volunteers to catch those early voters were behaving badly…very badly. I saw “paid agitators” wreaking ...
  • Musk, like Trump, uses Twitter as mega phone

    Musk, like Trump, uses Twitter as mega phone

    Social media has handed a megaphone to anyone who wants one, and the world is still trying to work out how to cope. This applies to financial markets as much as anything else, as you can see in the latest share price-moving Twitter storm from Elon Musk.  For regulators, it’s becoming a ...
  • Is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the Future of the Democratic Party?

    Is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the Future of the Democratic Party?

    Congressman Joe Crowley’s (D-NY) stunning primary defeat in June has propelled his rival – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – to unprecedented levels of popularity. At age 28, Ocasio-Cortez now finds herself courted by candidates and organizations all over the country hoping to use her name ...
  • Is Jeff Bezos Pushing his Business Agenda Through WashPost?

    Is Jeff Bezos Pushing his Business Agenda Through WashPost?

    The Washington Post, owned by the billionaire and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, released a recent article claiming that the rising wages of truckers, along with the shortage of these workers will have a detrimental impact on the economy. “As the nation faces a historically low level of unemployment, ...
  • What You Need to Know From the Trump-Putin Press Conference

    What You Need to Know From the Trump-Putin Press Conference

    On Monday, President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met for their highly anticipated conference in Helsinki, Finland. Prior to the meeting, Trump tweeted that the relations between U.S. and Russia have never been worse, but implied that that was about to change. “Our ...
  • NFL Succumbs to Players’ Demands on National Anthem

    NFL Succumbs to Players’ Demands on National Anthem

    The NFL last season convinced many players to stop protesting during the National Anthem by promising to donate a significant amount to money to social justice issues. But in May, team owners voted on a policy requiring all players and staff to stand during the National Anthem. Players who did ...