Four months into the Tribulation and we have an unsettling calm befall our big ball. Admittedly, not many think we are "tribulating"; but I am convinced. After all it's probably been the worst five months of my life, since September 23. But enough about me, let's get back to the main game, the globe, and … Continue reading Still alive? Count it all joy.
Behind the bluster, Donald Trump has made steady and incremental regulatory change, argues John Whitesides at Reuters, toward smaller government. President Trump has made use of many of the instruments available to him, including some lesser known ones like The Congressional Review Act. He has rolled back hundreds of rules and regulations, signed 47 executive orders … Continue reading Roll on with the Rollbacks
The short answer is no. Not by a long shot. Islamic State took Mosul, needless to say by force, in June 2014. Now, June 2017, they're on the verge of relinquishing that pivotal gain and, for the first time since becoming a threat, we are realistically talking about their demise.¹’² All that does not necessarily mean an end … Continue reading Are we there yet?
President Donald Trump could afford Australia's Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, forty minutes of his time today in New York, as they met aboard the U.S.S. Intrepid; and that only after delaying the meeting for 3 hours. The President was in Washington lobbying to get his legislation to repeal "Obamacare" through the House, which he did. (It now has to … Continue reading President Trump’s Special Theory of Relativity