We conclude our pre-convention Cleveland business and history travelogue reminiscing on the performing arts and more. Here’s hoping Cleveland survives the 2016 Republican National Convention and the presumed nomination of Donald Trump as the party's Presidential candidate. (Part 3 of 3).
Politics have been sham and pretense for far too long. And many in fly-over country would like it to stop.
Let’s take a tranquil Sunday stroll through historic downtown Cleveland… before the brown shirts destroy it all and the Republican Party as well. (Part 1 of 3)
What V.P. pick for the Trump ticket wouldn't upset someone? This election is not going to be about anything but national / border security and Pence fits that role.
Not to call out Islamic terrorism is to surrender to it.
Ginsburg's half-hearted apology was akin to a small child getting her hand caught in the cookie jar of public opinion, or Hillary Clinton claiming “I’m sorry, I won’t do it again.” Should "I'm sworry" be enough
JP Morgan hiring? In other news, Indianapolis Star reports that Gov. Mike Pence will be Donald Trump’s Vice-presidential running mate.
Oil reverses Tuesday gains as July stock rally tries to take a break. RNC Convention starts next week and could cause chaos in stocks and bonds. #NeverTrump vs BLM?
FBI Director Comey's testimony to Congress raised some nagging questions: How do we know that Hillary's mail wasn't hacked, and what could happen if it was?
Hillary "Get Out of Jail Free" card, oil, Brexit, international chaos also thwart bulls’ attempts to push stock market higher. Individual investing is getting more hazardous by the day.
Voting our fears is like fighting the darkness; voting our hopes is like lighting candles. Voting our fears is no way to build a future of hope and of light.
Trumps ground game is one-on-one rallies and Tweets to his base, a base that will most likely not respond to national television ad campaigns.
Trump is a loose cannon; Republicans may wish to distance themselves, but it's time to think less about political careers and more about the country they serve.
FBI Director Comey provides proof positive that Democrats like Hillary Clinton and their wealthy pals can ignore inconvenient customs, rules and laws while the rest of the peasants cannot. The same is true for Wall Street crooks. But we knew that.
Trump says he wants a running mate who can work with Congress and get things done, but as a junior senator with little experience, is Ernst up to the task?
Conspiracy theorists dive deeply and cynically into a House of Cards scenario following Bill Clinton's impromptu tarmac tete a tete with Attorney General Lynch.
Brexit supporters and Trump voters have a lot in common: They aren't in the educated, social or economic elite, and globalism isn't making their lives better.
Hillary greeted the report with a yawn and "it's time to move on," Trump with praise for water boarding, and his campaign by accusing Hillary Clinton of murder.
Both the U.S. and much of the rest of the developed world has been upsetting the balance by putting the needs of society above the needs of the individual.
Ayn Rand understood that before one can help others, one must first help oneself and those closest. Take a look at Trumps family and business. And ask if you want him to take care of our business.