Author: Andrew Donaldson

d-day 21

The D-Day That Never Was

In Eisenhower’s letter taking the blame for the D-Day that never was, we have another thing to be thankful for to the greatest generation before they pass.

debates 9

Fear and Loathing Among the 1%ers

The DNC has finally decided to winnow down the baseball team-sized field of Democratic Nominee hopefuls by September of this year.

Tiananmen Square 6

This Post Won’t Be Read in China

June the 4th marks 30 years since dreams of democracy were splattered across Tiananmen Square along with the blood of untold number of protestors

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Stange Bedfellows for a Popular but Dumb Idea

Governing and legislating is hard, cheap media pops like this are not, so it’s no wonder of wonders when Ted Cruz and AOC go for the latter when opportunity presents.

Joe Biden 8

The Silence of the Joe

The candidate who is not only leading, but currently lapping, the field said virtually nothing all week. Wisely.

Mueller 69

Mueller, Plain and Tall

Tthere was no way Robert Mueller’s statement, his only statement, was going to be anything other than by-the-book and professional.

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day is here, a tradition stretching back to the Civil War and perhaps beyond

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Ordinary World

Your Ordinary World ft. links to stories on San Diego Synagogue shooting, Joe Biden, America’s narrative, taxing the rich, Trump 2020 and more.

Mueller Report 11

Rating the Mueller Report

The ratings are in for the Mueller report reveal, and after two years of angst and hype they were…

Pete Buttigieg 32

The Pete Principle

There has to be an underdog to the story, whether he wins or not, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg checks a lot of those boxes.

Doolittle Raiders 15

And Then There Were None

The Doolittle Raiders, as they preferred to be called, had long since planned for there being only one, and then none of them.