Syria Was A Dangerous Game Of Chicken, But Was The Message To China?

I’ve been watching the ratcheting up of tensions between the America, Syria, and the Russians for two days.  Tuesday April 4, Syria launched air strike against a northern rebel held area.  The result was at least 86 people died, including 28 children from a chemical weapon being released.  Russia claimed rebel held chemical munitions must have been breached due to a conventional bombs exploding. President Trump immediately declared that Syria was responsible and that a red line had been crossed.  Tensions rose visibly as the Trump administration signaled they would retaliate militarily and Russia warned against such action.  Thursday April 6 at around 8:30 pm EST, American warships launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at a Syrian air base.  This action was done just as Trump was sitting down with the Chinese President.  With China, Trump is signaling similar action concerning North Korea.  Was Syria a dangerous game of chicken, but was the message to China? Continue reading “Syria Was A Dangerous Game Of Chicken, But Was The Message To China?”

ANTIFA Is Pushing Trump Supporters To The Brink And This Needs To Stop

On Saturday March 25 there were a series of pro-Trump rallies around the country.  Quite a few of them met with disruptions from ANTIFA or “anti-fascist” movements.  The videos of these anti-fascists committing both petty and felony crimes flooded YouTube and some of the alternate news sources I pay attention to.  Currently I am writing a book on President Trumps election, transition of power, and first 100 days in office.  That requires a lot of time and research.  Events in Huntington Beach Ca. I found interesting enough to take time away from that project to write this. It is because these anti-fascist groups are dangerous and out of control  ANTIFA is pushing Trump supporters to the brink and this needs to stop. Continue reading “ANTIFA Is Pushing Trump Supporters To The Brink And This Needs To Stop”

Trump Attempted To Act Like A Politician, And The Healthcare Billed Failed Miserably

Today’s headlines are a funny thing to me while I am in the process of writing a book about the election, transition of power, and first 100 days of the Trump administration.  President Trump so far is a mixed bag.  There are things he is doing I like very much.  Then there are some that give me worries.  This attempt to marginally replace Obamacare is one of the latter.  To the mainstream media, this has taken Trump from being literally Hitler, to a complete incompetent.  I have been doing a ton of research and look at this matter in a completely different light than the idiots that put out most of our news.  One thing Trump is not, is a politician.  He is a businessman and a very successful one.  With this healthcare bill, Trump attempted to act like a politician, and the healthcare bill failed miserably.  Continue reading “Trump Attempted To Act Like A Politician, And The Healthcare Billed Failed Miserably”

Russiagate Might Blow Up In The Establishment’s and Deep State’s Faces

Monday March 20, 2017 hosted the House’s Intelligence Committee’s investigation of what I call Russiagate at this point.  It is the left leaning political establishment’s claim that Trump colluded with Russia to effect the outcome of the presidential election.  The neoconservative right has hopped on board because they hate Trump also.  Of course the politically promoted and appointed officials in the intelligence communities and federal law enforcement happily participate.  Then the mainstream media reports on it as though unproven allegations are facts.  Russiagate became more as illegally leaked classified information showed Trump and his people were being investigated and monitored.  Trump turned the argument to these illegal leaks and the need for them to stop.  After yesterday’s testimony, I am starting to think Russiagate might blow up in the establishment’s and deep state’s faces. Continue reading “Russiagate Might Blow Up In The Establishment’s and Deep State’s Faces”

#March4Trump Clashes Was Just More Proof ANTIFA Groups Are Domestic Terrorists

On Saturday an event #March4Trump was held in multiple cities around the nation.  I’ve been working overtime at my regular job and putting in a lot of time on a book I am writing on the election, transition of power, and first 100 days of the Trump administration.  Even with all that I have reviewed several hours of raw footage video on YouTube from the Berkeley Ca. event in particular.  This event turned violent unnecessarily due to the actions of the ANTIFA group that showed up to “counter-protest”.  I put counter-protest in quotes, because it is clear they showed up to intimidate and attempt to violently attack Trump supporters.  The #March4Trump clashes was just more proof ANTIFA groups are domestic terrorists. Continue reading “#March4Trump Clashes Was Just More Proof ANTIFA Groups Are Domestic Terrorists”

The Comment Stream, Where Deeper Thought Starts

Running my own website is a learning process.  Between my Twitter and Gab social media accounts I rack up a fair number likes, reposts, and quick complimentary messages on my articles.  I appreciate that, but one thing I am really finding more interesting is when people make full comments on my website.  When a person reads and appreciates what I have written, but challenges me on a point of disagreement or say where I am lacking or negligent in my  argument in their view, is fascinating to me.  I often find myself agreeing with their point but realize I look at the world a bit differently.  Their comments force me to think, and I like to reply.  The comment stream, where deeper thought starts, actually makes me learn more about myself as I give an unfiltered reply. Continue reading “The Comment Stream, Where Deeper Thought Starts”