By Waldo Butters President Trump has has a long and storied history with the military. Beginning with multiple draft deferments from the Vietnam War (4 college, 1 “bad feet”) to, in his opinion, defeating ISIS. Trump has used the military for his benefit for nearly 51 years. Perhaps his most
By Andrew Witzel The hot-headed impulsive president is leaving today on a 12-day trip through Asia. The North Korean crisis, that has spanned multiple administrations, is likely to be at the top of the agenda. National Security Advisor, H.R. McMaster, has already warned that the United States is running out
By Tiffany Rodgers Dotard definition: /?d?d?rd/ noun an old person, especially one who has become weak or senile. Twitter found Kim Jong-Un calling, our supreme leader a dotard, hilarious. Finding humor in this does not mean we are siding with the insanity that is Kim, but rather we can find humor in
By Jason Taylor I’m all for more sanctions but where is the Right’s outrage over, yet another, an executive order? President Obama was forced to use them because of a recalcitrant Republican Congress that stymied every initiative, no matter how popular, just out of pique and partisan posturing. If they
By Tiffany Rodgers This week at the UN meetings, Trump blatantly castigated Kim Jong-Un with his sharp tongue. Will someone please tame that thing? You know it is bad when someone who is part of Trump’s administration cannot believe what he heard. Insert the infamous pictures of John Kelly. Gen. John
By Tiffany Rodgers Who does not love Anthony Bourdain? If he rubs you the wrong way, you may want to stop reading right here. Sure, Bourdain is abrasive and forthright, but that is the way we love him. He came under fire for a response he had to a couple questions.