I honestly do not wake up each morning looking for reasons to defend President Trump's Twitter behavior. I already wrote a piece a few months back where I explained why I believe his tweets were about more than just being crass or silly or unpresidential. By now, I had hoped his tweet-storms would have been… Continue reading Trump tweets once again; what could he be doing instead?
Month: June 2017
Interview with New Zealand radio host, Tim Fookes
It was my absolute pleasure to welcome Tim Fookes to my show. As a fellow talk show host, it's always fun to talk shop. However, the nice twist comes from the fact he is from New Zealand and so it was interesting to get his take on American politics and how their media tends to… Continue reading Interview with New Zealand radio host, Tim Fookes
Short Form Civilization
When everyone in the room is yelling, no one is heard. The 2016 American presidential election was particularly nasty. It brought out the worst in everyone participating in politics. Politics has always been a bitter business. But something seems excessively bitter as of late. I’m seeing more and more analysis regarding the lack of social… Continue reading Short Form Civilization
Radio interview with Barry Loudermilk on WBHF
We had a chance to recap last week's incident when a crazed gunman decided to open fire on the Republican Congressman and staff on the ball field in Alexandria, VA with Congressman Barry Loudermilk. The Congressman also weighed in on the #GA06 congressional race between Jon Ossoff and Karen Handel and whether or not those… Continue reading Radio interview with Barry Loudermilk on WBHF