Rod Thomson If President Trump hibernated for the next 20 months he’d likely win reelection in a landslide. Of course it is not in his nature to do anything remotely like that, but that is how radical the Democratic Party
by Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. It was my first CPAC meeting, and it was awesome! But it was more than that. It was informative, encouraging, engaging and sobering. So from a first-timer Here are some of the more prominent issues in
Rod Thomson What Chicago needs is an honest, non-corrupt, economically literate, competent mayor that can lift the once-great city out of the tragic farce it has become. That might be a black woman. It might not. Esther Cepeda, in one
Rod Thomson The final take-away from what follows is that America is a pretty frickin’ amazing country when it comes to racism and bigotry. It’s so good, in fact, that a small but booming industry has sprung up creating hoaxes
Rod Thomson The Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez phenomenon in the Democratic Party is both scrumptious and terrifying to watch because it either destroys the Democratic Party for the foreseeable future or it cripples America for good. It cannot be emphasized enough up
Rod Thomson Let’s be straight, if not for a certain dementia setting in deep within the Democratic Party, Republican chances for a successful 2020 election would not be looking great. But hallelujah (maybe) we do have the Democratic Party racing
by Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. and Rod Thomson I must admit I’ve become disenchanted with the State of The Union Address. I guess it began with Obama’s presidency. I found him so repulsive and dishonest that I couldn’t stand to listen.
Rod Thomson For the next 22 months, Americans will be treated to possibly the most wildly different worldviews between the major parties in American history. And it is going to be ugly. One side, the Democrats, are trapped in an
by Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. On Friday, relatively unexpectedly, President Trump announced a deal that would temporarily end the partial federal government shutdown. Under the terms of the deal, Congress would pass a continuing resolution funding the government for three weeks.
by Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. After much pain and consternation, the confrontation over a government shutdown is now over. Temporarily. Yesterday, President Trump announced a deal that would reopen the government for three weeks, allow furloughed workers to be paid, and