Trump’s Presidency is Already Doomed

If President Donald Trump doesn’t get an Obamacare replacement bill passed into law, then he’s not going to get anything significant done in domestic policy, because he had made this goal the centerpiece of his campaign. But it won’t happen; his Presidency (at least in domestic policy) is already dead. Trumpcare — his promised replacement … Continue reading Trump’s Presidency is Already Doomed

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Down the Rabbit-Hole to Trump’s Victory

There are several key reasons why Donald Trump won, such as that he achieved a 1,405,004 nationwide popular-vote victory in all states except California, where he lost by an enormous 4,260,978-vote margin to Hillary Clinton (and so Hillary beat him in all 50 states by 2,864,974 votes) — and the Electoral College represents all 50 states, not … Continue reading Down the Rabbit-Hole to Trump’s Victory

US Senators are Even More Neoconservative than are Trump’s Appointees

The confirmation hearings for the members of incoming President Donald Trump’s national-security team show that neoconservatism dominates the U.S. government today: neoconservatism didn’t end after George W. Bush’s alleged certainty that «Saddam’s WMD» existed in 2002, turned out to have been merely an excuse —not an authentic reason — to invade Iraq, and so to spread death and … Continue reading US Senators are Even More Neoconservative than are Trump’s Appointees

US Aristocracy Panics that Maybe Trump is Serious

On January 2nd, the U.S. Republican Party’s Wall Street Journal headlined «Tensions Within GOP Rise Over How to Handle Russia», and reported that the policy toward Russia by the incoming Republican President Donald Trump is being opposed not only by Democrats in the U.S. Congress, but also by some Republicans, and perhaps even by enough Republicans to jeopardize … Continue reading US Aristocracy Panics that Maybe Trump is Serious

America’s Secret Planned Conquest of Russia

The U.S. government’s plan to conquer Russia is based upon a belief in, and the fundamental plan to establish, “Nuclear Primacy” against Russia — an American ability to win a nuclear war against, and so conquer, Russia. This concept became respectable in U.S. academic and governmental policymaking circles when virtually simultaneously in 2006 a short-form … Continue reading America’s Secret Planned Conquest of Russia

George Washington’s Advice to US Now

George Washington’s final words to his fellow Americans when leaving the White House will soon again become a part of this country’s hot political debates, but the person who will be interpreting these words to today’s Americans will be an American aristocrat whose viewpoints are actually far more similar to those of the British redcoats … Continue reading George Washington’s Advice to US Now

NYT Hides News from Americans unless U.S. Gov’t. Approves

On Wednesday, December 14th, the front page of The New York Times featured four news-reports, each of which displays how the employees (editors and reporters), who have been hired by the publisher, convey — by means of selective reporting and hiding of facts — the very same partisan political viewpoint, which the readers who subscribe … Continue reading NYT Hides News from Americans unless U.S. Gov’t. Approves