Apparently, Republicans in Congress are circling the wagons to protect anti-Trump witness Lt.Col. Alexander Vindman from criticism on the grounds that he is a Purple Heart recipient and has a distinguished career in the military. “That guy’s a Purple Heart. I think it would be a mistake to attack his credibility,” said South Dakota Sen.
Today, the impeachment circus introduces a new “bearded lady” to terrify the masses — this time a Never Trumper Army officer who will apparently testify that he was shocked — shocked, I tell you! — that President Trump asked Ukraine to look into corruption involving former Vice President Joe Biden. Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a
In yesterday’s column, I asked why you don’t know the identity of the fake Ukrainian whistleblower, and suggested that it was because Adam Schiff and his minders don’t want you to know — for the simple reason that the whistleblower is himself evidence of the Deep State Coup underway. But there is more to it
Democrats have been dismissive and patronizing of Republicans for years. No surprise there. In 2008, it was candidate Barack Obama lamenting that working-class voters “get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.” In 2016,
I’m really disgusted with the Republicans who are attacking White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney for what he said at his press conference last week. As I wrote Thursday, Mulvaney held a “masterful presser [press conference]” at which he fought back against the “opposition party” known as the Fake News Media. Mulvaney basically told
Listening to Sen. Lindsey Graham threaten President Trump over his Syria policy inspired me to finally work through the complicated issues surrounding use of American military power, and by the end I was firmly in the president’s camp. What the hell is wrong with Graham and these other senators who insist that American soldiers should
I loved the way Mick Mulvaney handled his press conference today — the first since he took over as White House chief of staff in December 2018. Mulvaney was running interference on the decision to hold the upcoming G7 conference at the Trump Doral resort, knowing full well that the Media Mob and the Coup
(Here’s a column I wrote for the Daily Inter Lake on April 10, 2016, about the influx of Syrian refugees under the Obama administration’s policy of giving the middle finger to middle America. It was candidate Donald Trump’s opposition to these kinds of policies that got him elected. Pay special attention to the words of