In response to the Supreme Court decision on June 26th to allow a limited version Trump’s travel ban to take effect, we are re-posting this piece from June 22, 2017. Last week, the 9th Circuit became the latest court to rule against the Trump administration’s executive orders banning travel from six majority-Muslim countries. Trump’s […]
On Friday, President Trump announced in front of a crowd gathered in Miami’s Little Havana that he was “canceling the last administration’s completely one-sided deal with Cuba.” His policy’s goal, he explained, is to spark political change on the socialist island. The policy aims to do so by weakening the Cuban state — depriving Cuban […]
Researcher Phillip Smyth joins John W. Little to discuss Iran in the age of Trump for Covert Contact episode 70.
There are so many mistakes in major reporting that you could imagine they weren’t mistakes
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On his birthday week, President Trump receives news that he is being investigated for possible obstruction of justice.
Political divisions run very deep
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Trump made it hard to be an ambassador overseas.
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Since Donald Trump’s inauguration on January 20th, he’s done a fantastic job of digging himself a hole, jumping in and digging deeper only to have a group of hands reach down and rescue him. Those hands belong to various members of the Democratic Party. The adage of never interfere with an enemy when they’re in the process of destroying themselves is a foreign concept to | Read More »
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James Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee casts a different light on several questions I’ve considered here recently, to wit: How does “executive privilege” work? How is the Russia investigation like and unlike Watergate? And is this really worse? Some thoughts on each, below. Where is the “smoking gun”? After President Trump fired Comey […]
Some people were hoping for big-time fireworks yesterday during former FBI Director James Comey’s Senate Intelligence Committee testimony. Alas, nothing explosive took place, and there were no great revelations that came out of it. Still, there were political winners and losers left long after the lights dimmed in the hearing room and everybody left for the day. Time will tell how this plays out, but | Read More »
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