Category Archives: Donald Trump

So Trump called Mapp, “President.” So fucking what. #USVI

I will take the contrarian view on Mr Trump’s reference to the chief executive officer of the USVI as “president.” So fucking what. Since the United States and its European precedents created the West Indies, Mr Trump, as chief executive … Continue reading

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Cheetos Man, Rocket Man, and bond issues

So Cheetos Man delivered a clear message to his supporters that he will flex his dick at North Korea. This faux machismo rhetoric is designed to keep his supporters in the flyover states and the military pension types happy. In … Continue reading

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.@realDonaldTrump and dead dinosaurs

Watching a joint press conference between the American president and the Emir of Kuwait. The Kuwaitis, Saudis, and other Middle East actors have the U.S. by the balls simply because a few Bedouins pitched their tents and had freaky sex … Continue reading

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What’s the point of political noise when power isn’t being transferred?

The past couple weeks of political protests have demonstrated to me how powerless the masses of voters are and how susceptible they are to the emotion targeting messaging of the Left faction and the Right faction. The left has had, … Continue reading

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Donald Trump, China, and bond markets

Bill Clinton once observed that the key to re-election was to keep the bond markets happy. China is betting on the bond markets as well. Lighting up the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea subsequent to a U.S. “preemptive … Continue reading

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What are Democrats doing to increase political market share?

The past six months of negative press for President Trump should provide Democrats with an opportunity to reduce Mr Trump’s electoral base, but if that opportunity exists, I don’t see Democrats taking advantage of it, not just yet anyway. A … Continue reading

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The Trump Administration takes government back to the basics on energy.

Sitting back and nibbling on the popcorn and tea while researching an op-ed, I am noticing first hand how ass-backwards the current American presidential administration is. The Administration is so far behind that some of its cabinet’s websites are still … Continue reading

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Are Democrats and Republicans distracted from keeping America an investment haven?

It appears, at least from the commentary in more centrist media, that the Republican Party has allowed an amateur to take over the White House. Trump appears to have blown the first two years worth of political capital in six … Continue reading

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A brief note on Comey’s written testimony

Mr Trump, based on Mr Comey’s written testimony, should have followed the Tom Clancy “Clear and Present Danger” rule. He should have ordered a no holds bar investigation of himself. A risky move, yes, but given the chance of burying … Continue reading

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What the GOP has wrong about taxation

This week’s print edition of The Atlanta Voice provides two Associated Press stories discussing the Democratic Party’s fifty-state strategy and the GOP’s about face on fiscal responsibility. In one article, the Democrats’ “Resistance Summer” is designed to organize and expand … Continue reading

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