“Yesterday I felt truly embarrassed. The ‘leader of the free world’ just sat there, awkwardly, waiting for Trump to shake her hand.” – George Takei George wasn’t the only one embarrassed. To tell you the truth, I was flabbergasted. I’ve never seen anything like this in my lifetime, not even from Nixon. And believe you
I watched the President’s year end press conference this morning, and if you missed it, it was pretty fascinating. I then channel surfed the three cable “news” outlets to get their take. Chris Matthews was hyped up like a chipmunk, that nitwit Gretchen Carlson was trying to double-team Alan Colmes with some GOP hack on
Let me just start out by saying I have zero interest in seeing the latest Seth Rogen-James Franco laffer, The Interview. The first time I saw the preview for it, I thought it was a joke. Like something that would be difficult to sustain for the length of a Saturday Night Live skit. To me,
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North Korea and China’s End-game The recent alarmist rhetoric coming out of North Korea resulting in reactionary stories and hyper sensationalized headlines from both sides of the Mediaocracy is nothing short comical–a tragedy of commons for a failing and destitute nation. This though is nothing new, it is the same old song and dance from
This week of President Obama’s state of the union message, I’m reminded of the term, “Axis of Evil.” It was used by President George W. Bush in his State of the Union Address on January 29, 2002. He was describing the governments of Iran, Iraq and North Korea and accused them of helping terrorism and
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