Month: April 2017

Foreign Relations

Democrats Ruin the World (f-bombs included!)

Picture this. Every time you leave your teenage kids home alone for a weekend, you come back to stink-eyes from your neighbors, a living room that’s a sea of empty beer cans, a yard filled with cigarette butts, and a pregnant cat. Pretty soon, you’d stop leaving those kids to their own devices, wouldn’t you? If …

Living

You Might Be Thinking About ‘Passion’ All Wrong

You hear people say “follow your passion.” It sounds nice. Then you hear wildly successful people say “do NOT follow your passion.” Mark Cuban is in this camp. So is Dilbert creator Scott Adams. So which is it? Do you follow your passion or not? My answer might disappoint you. Because it’ll sound evasive. But …

Political Psychology, Political Strategy, President Trump

False Flag or Not

The contemporary term false flag describes covert operations that are designed to deceive in such a way that activities appear as though they are being carried out by entities, groups, or nations other than those who actually planned and executed them. [Wikipedia] Think of a time when you acted on false information. You knew it …

Political Psychology

What Do I Mean By “Narrative”

“I don’t agree.” Some folks disagreed with my instant assessment of the Syrian strike. My assessment: Trump’s surprise military attack will shift four narratives in Trump’s favor: Trump is Hitler: dead Trump is a Russian agent: dead Trump is incompetent: dying Trump is a lightweight among world leaders: dead In other words, it took 59 …

Foreign Relations, Trump

Trump Launched 59 Cruise Missiles at Leftist Narratives

No child of God should ever suffer such horror. —President Donald J. Trump The most powerful weapon in the world is narrative. The most powerful weapon in the world is narrative. That’s another way of saying the pen is mightier than the sword. The most powerful weapon in the world is narrative. Tonight, President Trump …

Obamagate

The Right Question to Bring Down Susan Rice

Susan Rice admitted she lied. She requested unmaskings of Trump associates.   Rice says her unmasking requests were routine. Maybe they were.   We can find out. It’s simple data analysis. I’ll show you how. But, first, you have to know the right question to ask. And few people do.    Right Questions You hear …