An Interesting Perspective


Tulsi Gabbard’s criticism of Kamala Harris’ record as a prosecutor during the “debate” last night was pointed and, it seems to me, effective. Rep. Gabbard’s own law enforcement background makes her comments all the more interesting to me.As can be seen from the crossed pistols insignia on her uniform, Major Gabbard’s branch of service is the Military Police.

Maybe I Shouldn’t Have Skipped the “Debate”


I was working overtime on a new project last night, so I skipped watching the CNN-sponsored Democrat news event in Detroit last night. Now that I’ve read some of the coverage, it appears that I may have missed something interesting. One thing that stands out is which candidate generated the most Google searches during the debate.My podcasting partner Stacy McCain has been following the Williamson campaign since March. When he covered Williamson’s campaigning in South Carolina last March, he was the only national reporter on the story. If you’re not reading The Other McCain, you should be.

An Investment Opportunity


Donald Trump’s personal style is … well, it’s a bit rough around the edges for my personal tastes, but he’s been effective at framing the public dialog in was that no Republican political has for several decades. He’s got the Democrats defending their political leadership of cities like Baltimore. He’s got them defending Al Sharpton. It’s seems clear to me that he intends to stay one step ahead of the Democrats during the coming election cycle.

I’m buying more popcorn futures.

Past His Sell By Date?


Mueller: “Could you repeat the question?”

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Robert Mueller: “I’m not familiar … with that”

Chabot: “It’s not a trick question. It was Fusion GPS”

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Mueller: “I’d have to check the statute.”

Sensenbrenner: “I just read it to you.”

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Mueller: “I can’t go into that.”

Jordan: “Yes you can, because you wrote about it.”

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Mueller: “I’m not going to get into that.”

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Mueller: “It’s still outside my purview.”

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Mueller: “I don’t agree with your characterizations.”

Jordan: “I’m reading from your report.”