Donald Trump Taps Lt. Gen H.R. McMaster for National Security Adviser

President Donald Trump announced his next National Security Adviser will be Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster. This is the best pick Donald Trump has made his entire presidency.  H.R. McMaster is a noted writer and intellectual and respected military leader. McMaster accepted the role after General Michael Flynn resigned after serving for less than a month. H.R. McMaster is a man who has a lengthy military … Continue reading Donald Trump Taps Lt. Gen H.R. McMaster for National Security Adviser

Jose Hernandez Guilty in Etan Patz Murder Case

A jury found Pedro Hernandez guilty of murdering 6-year-old Etan Patz. A long-awaited verdict in a case that shook the country for decades and changed the way parents watched their children. Etan disappeared on May 25, 1979, as he walked to a school bus stop. The disappearance of Etan Patz shook the nation and became the first missing child to appear on milk cartons, “missing” … Continue reading Jose Hernandez Guilty in Etan Patz Murder Case

Congress Will Confirm DeVos and Sessions

President Trump is expecting Congress to confirm Jeff Sessions for Attorney General and Betsy DeVos for education secretary. All members of the Democratic caucus and two Republicans oppose DeVos but Vice President Mike Pence will give Republicans the tie breaking vote needed for her confirmation. Senator Jeff Sessions is expected to be confirmed later this week. Republicans want to confirm Sessions later in the week, … Continue reading Congress Will Confirm DeVos and Sessions

THIS HITLER NONSENSE …

Originally posted on Regie's Blog:
I am not an expert on Hitler. But my father is. He toured post-war Germany extensively in 1957 and ’58 as a child performer. And he often recounts the stories. He befriended  teenage Lebensborn children (if you don’t know what Lebensborn children are …well …before you post anymore about Hitler you should read about them). He visited an SS… Continue reading THIS HITLER NONSENSE …

We’ll Miss You/Good Riddance, First Fan.

Originally posted on Beats, Flicks, Life:
ESPN’s MLK Day tribute to departing President Obama, dubbed ‘First Fan’ by the network that also dubbed Caitlyn Jenner ‘First Most Heroic’ for departing from her lady parts is a welcome tribute for all. For Obamanites it will be a reminder of the ultimate pop culture president that was. Hip to Twitter (but not as hip as the incoming POTUS).… Continue reading We’ll Miss You/Good Riddance, First Fan.

Weiner: An Unlikely Republican Hero

Originally posted on Beats, Flicks, Life:
? With inauguration day nearing, it appears as if Donald J. Trump will in fact be sworn in as the 45th president of the good ole USA. Despite the best efforts of Democratic leadership, it appears an inevitability at this point. The credit for his somewhat stunning rise to the Oval Office should be assigned to numerous parties. Of… Continue reading Weiner: An Unlikely Republican Hero

Donald Trump names General James Mattis as next Defense Secretary

After lots of rumors and predictions, President-elect Donald Trump announced he is nominating retired four-star general James Mattis as his Secretary of Defense. Mattis has been a vocal opponent of the Obama administration. Trump’s appointment of Mattis echoes his intention of taking a tougher stance against U.S. enemies abroad, especially Iran. Trump made the announcement during a rally in Cincinnati. “We are going to appoint … Continue reading Donald Trump names General James Mattis as next Defense Secretary

Republican Party Failing To Woo Millennial Voters

Millennials have seen Republicans as close-minded, old fashioned and not tech savvy. The world is changing and the politicians have failed to keep up. Millennials are moving toward living in densely populated area and away from rural areas. Their political impact is just beginning to be felt. The millennials have not exercised their political weight, because some of them are not old enough to vote. … Continue reading Republican Party Failing To Woo Millennial Voters