Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer gets fired. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says Spencer is out for attempting a dishonest back-channel deal with President Trump that bucked the chain of command.
As Turkish troops roll into Northern Syria, attacking the Kurds, erstwhile U.S. alllies in the fight against ISIS, did President Trump’s chaotic approach to the growing conflict invite Turk aggression? Can you support President Trump, but oppose his approach to this conflict?
David Wasserman of Cook Political Report says a significant number of Republican House Members would vote to impeach President Trump if their ballots were secret. In private conversations, Wasserman says, some GOP lawmakers confess Trump is “wildly unfit to be president.”
An objective observer would think the Democrat presidential candidates are committing electoral suicide after their performances in recent debates. On guns, climate, immigration, health care and more, they’ve staked out extreme Progressive positions which will dog their eventual nominee in the general election contest. Will even one candidate get off the Left-wing crazy train before it goes completely off the rails?
Weird and wonderful — nay, disturbing — stories of the week get the full treatment from Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott. Right Angle flight 909 is now boarding emotional-support horses.
Has the United States, in the era of Trump, lost its global moral leadership? President Donald Trump levies tariffs on China and talks tough about a new trade deal, but says little about the very public crackdown on protestors in Hong Kong. While he’s been bold on trade, this week he caved on his threat to invoke higher tariffs in September. Critics say the timing makes him look meek on human rights.
With tensions rising in the middle east — in the wake of Iran shooting down a U.S. drone — Bill Whittle addresses the conspiracy theories about the potential of U.S. war with Iran. From false flag attacks, to neocon or Jewish saber-rattling, to war-for-profit by the military industrial complex, Bill addresses the accusations of Progressives, and even of Trump supporters.
President Trump launches his 2020 White House run as he leaks about an upcoming series of I.C.E. deportation raids on Twitter. Did he do it to bolster his base because he still hasn’t built the wall? Did the president jeopardize the effectiveness of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement round up by alerting illegal aliens, perhaps risking the lives of federal agents?