Rod Thomson The Hong Kong demonstrations reveal that President Trump was right in many ways to identify China early on as a threat to the United States. He saw them as an economic threat and dishonest trading partner. To a
Rod Thomson There’s still something going on with the Trump presidency that is lost on pollsters, the media and Democrats: The white-hot support of his base, which is definitely larger and perhaps hotter than in 2016. This is demonstrated in
Rod Thomson A lot of Americans do not like President Trump’s vulgarities, the name-calling, petty Twitter feuds and previous adulteries. But they love the flag-hugging, make-America-great-again, straight-talking President Trump that is presiding over an awful lot of good in the
Rod Thomson Most of the media won’t get it, probably even when it happens, but all of the signals are pointing to President Trump getting deals with both China and Mexico — and they will be better deals than what
Rod Thomson The events in the above headline are not unrelated. Once the literally “no news” two-year news cycle of Trump-Russia collusion ended with the thump of the Mueller report finding no collusion and not recommending any obstruction of justice
by Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. On Monday, while flanked by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Donald J. Trump reversed decades of foreign policy by declaring that the United States was recognizing Israel’s autonomy over the Golan Heights. Like so many
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.
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
by Julio Gonzalez, M.D., J.D. The New York Times recent article detailing how the FBI initiated an investigation of the President of the United States as a result of James Comey’s firing unwittingly reveals a pattern akin to mutiny. According to the Times, the