Ivanka Belongs In The Pantheon Of Great Humanitarians

Our nation’s first daughter’s latest cause, providing food to needy families, has resulted in one billion meals to America’s poor. The president could see that his resilient economy was indeed roaring back from the coronavirus shutdowns. However, some were not able to get work and income quickly enough. When Trump announced a bridge program “farmersContinue reading “Ivanka Belongs In The Pantheon Of Great Humanitarians”

Why Jared Kushner Is the Man to Help Win the Coronavirus War

When President Donald Trump announced that his son in law, Jared Kushner, would help lead the effort to save us from the coronavirus the Democratic Party and its obedient corporate media lackeys had a fit.How was Kushner qualified? Was he a doctor? A scientist? In fact, Kushner was even better. He was someone who hadContinue reading “Why Jared Kushner Is the Man to Help Win the Coronavirus War”

Which Recent President Would Handle The Coronavirus Crisis Best?

The current fight against COVID-19 favors a president who is quick to decide, willing to let businesses help out, friendly with the media, and motivated by a deep desire to handle the crisis right. Of the seven most recent presidents, none had everything going for them, but two had three of the four needed traits: DonaldContinue reading “Which Recent President Would Handle The Coronavirus Crisis Best?”

How The Democrats Took Out Bernie Sanders

Super Tuesday was conceived by Southern Democrats after their devastating loss to Ronald Reagan in 1984. They never again wanted to see an ultra-liberal nominee take the party down to defeat. They had nominated the liberal vice president, Walter Mondale. Reagan carried every state in the union except Mondale’s home state of Minnesota. The effortContinue reading “How The Democrats Took Out Bernie Sanders”

Memories From the Iowa Caucuses

Former President Jimmy Carter made it famous. I had the privilege of interviewing him about his experience. He went into Iowa with a 2% name recognition. He won the Jefferson-Jackson Day straw poll in 1975, which earned him the cover of Time and Newsweek magazines. Then Carter won the Iowa caucus in 1976, launching himContinue reading “Memories From the Iowa Caucuses”

Donald Trump’s Winning Foreign Policy

       When Trump demanded that NATO nations pay their delinquent dues, token amounts of money that they had agreed to pay to provide for their own defense, the American national media erupted. He was trying to weaken NATO, they claimed. He was a Russian spy. The media insisted this with a straight face.  Continue reading “Donald Trump’s Winning Foreign Policy”

I Read The Private Correspondence Between President Trump And Kim Jong-Un

       The president waved a small handful of papers above his head, as if he were teasing a child with candy. “So, we’ve agreed to show you everything.”       He waved the papers. “Nobody’s seen this. My people don’t want me to give these to you. But I want you to readContinue reading “I Read The Private Correspondence Between President Trump And Kim Jong-Un”

A Playful Love In The White House

       Journalists often try to look for a wedge between the first couple. The president was known for calling out, “Where’s my supermodel?” Was this demeaning? Melania was once asked.       She only smiled. “It’s his sense of humor.”        Other members of the Trump family insisted that the two,Continue reading “A Playful Love In The White House”

The Night Donald Trump Achieved The Biggest Upset In American History

Donald Trump met privately with his wife, Melania. “Baby, I’ll tell you what. We’re not going to win tonight, because the polls have come out, and it’s looking bad.        “But, you know what, I’m okay with it. I couldn’t have worked any harder. You can’t do any worse than that. I mean, IContinue reading “The Night Donald Trump Achieved The Biggest Upset In American History”

Exclusive Excerpt – Inside Trump’s White House: The Real Story Of His Presidency

As a candidate, Trump’s frequent refrain was “America First.” We should take care of our own problems, he said, before meddling in the business of other nations. But the words “America First” were also a reminder that other countries were competing for our attention and our resources. One reason Trump had entered politics was hisContinue reading “Exclusive Excerpt – Inside Trump’s White House: The Real Story Of His Presidency”