What sort of bitterness compels you to gratuitously speculate that immigrants who haven't registered for DACA were "too lazy" and should "get off the couch and register"? One would have expected much more from Chief of Staff John Kelly. For one, he led men and women at a time when the demographics of US armed … Continue reading The Sad Irony of General John Kelly
My wife and I have lived in Puerto Penasco, Mexico for the past three months. Like many tourist destinations in Mexican coastal areas, it evolved from being a small fishing village into its current incarnation as a collection of massive condo developments and 'planned communities' sprawled along miles of sandy beaches. It boasts three excellent golf … Continue reading Trumpism and Two Canadians
Every time I boot up my computer in the morning, I find myself going to fivethirtyeight.com and clicking on the link to Donald Trump's approval rating. I feel compelled to do so because somewhere, deep inside, I'm still hopeful that the poll will show some indication that the American public has finally reached the breaking … Continue reading Forget Russia. The Real Enemy is Within.