With the memory of the big football game still fresh in the minds of many, here is an allusion to that sport that explains the recent rulings against President Trump’s travel ban… Imagine that during an NFL game, one team's coach calls a new play. The play works and the team seemingly scores a touchdown, but … Continue reading A Bad Call by the U.S. Courts
An improbable run for the White House that began over a year ago culminated in President Trump taking the oath of office in front of the Capitol building.
Early 2016 saw the presidential race go into full swing. It seems like a lifetime ago, but the year started with Presidential debates, the most interesting being those on the Republican side. 16 men and one woman began their campaigns in earnest.
Imagine the liquidation of the Jewish Ghettos combined with the Trail of Tears forced upon the American Indians, and you get some sense of the torment ISIS put Christians and Yezidis through.
The individuals who committed these acts on two continents in pursuit of different goals both confused evil for good, vengeance for justice, and wrong for right. For that we can and should describe both as terrorists.
To his credit, President Obama condemned the despicable shooting of Dallas police officers during his visit to Poland last week. It wasn't with quite the passion and anger he reserves for condemning Republicans especially while overseas, but was appreciated.
Two European capitals have been attacked, two capitals of NATO countries, by the same Islamic terrorist group. This group holds land, has a government infrastructure, finances-- it acts in every way like a nation state. It has attacked so far four NATO countries, Belgium, France, Turkey, and the U.S., yet article five of the NATO charter has yet to be invoked, the article that states an attack against one member is an attack against all.