Category Archives: Larger Editorials

What “The Terror” Taught Me About Leadership: Franklin (Bush), Hickey (Trump), Little (Paul Ryan), and Crozier (Gore/Clinton)

For an in-depth review/recap of the finale, check out the article immediately below this one, but if you’re interested in learning how to apply the lessons of “The Terror” to your own life, this is the right place. Because while the show may seem entirely foreign to your everyday life, including your workplace–arctic setting, period setting, British… Read More »

Does the Media Really Want Trump Gone?

A great big question as I wonder if late night talk shows and cable news channels (both experiencing record ratings) actually want Trump gone, and how the “brain hacking” techniques of social media are also being used by traditional media.

I No Longer Believe Trump Won the Electoral College

AL makes the case that there’s simply no way Russia can hack nuclear power plants, the stock market, tech companies, the California power grid, water treatment facilities, deep sea cables, etc. and not be able to hack voter machines in Bumblefuck, Pennsylvania.

Democrat’s Biggest Problem is Disloyalty

From throwing adulterers under the bus (Edwards, Spitzer, Clinton) to Bernie’s refusal to join the party to the shameful case of Obama refusing to pardon Don Siegelman–AL draws a common link between seemingly random instances: Democrats don’t show loyalty to each other. He also explains why red state Democrats feel so abandoned, many choose to… Read More »

Kim Jong-Un Will Be a Bad Influence on Trump

I’m less worried their planned meeting (which China seems hell-bent on preventing) will go sour as I am that Kim Jong Un may rub off on an impressionable Trump; who might take a liking to killing opponents, monopolizing media, hoarding the state treasury, and God-like status among citizens.