Some thoughts on the 2018 mid-terms.


After a quick scan through the liberal part of the media, which pretty much means all of it, you’d think the fabled blue wave had swamped America, but the reality is it signally failed to appear. Not only that, but the more extreme Democrat candidates such as O’Rourke, Gillum and Abrams failed to get elected. … Continue reading

About the November mid-terms.


In the year and a half since he was elected, Trump has delivered big time on both the domestic and foreign policy fronts. On the former; unemployment is plunging month on month, wages for the low-paid worker are rising for the first time in twenty years, black and Hispanic unemployment is at never before seen … Continue reading

Caution, swamp draining in progress.


It’s a self-evident truism that every large organisation requires some sort of overall leadership. The usual form is one head, perhaps only titular or perhaps almost omnipotent, surrounded by people upon whom that person has devolved some of his power so that they can assume responsibility for a designated area that requires management. To a … Continue reading