Questions for Each Candidate after the 11th GOP Debate

Here's my analysis of the 11th Republican Primary Debate in Detroit, as well as some general observations and questions for each candidate. First, Trump. It should be clear by now that Donald Trump lacks the seriousness, maturity, temperament, policy knowledge, etc. to be President of the United States. Last night, he brought the Republican primary race to … Continue reading Questions for Each Candidate after the 11th GOP Debate

Time For Republicans to Rally Around an Experienced Candidate

I wrote my first analysis of the 2016 Republican Primary race back in early August, when most Americans were still getting to know the candidates in the respective fields. In the roughly ten weeks since then, we’ve seen three debates: two Republican and one Democrat. Two Republican candidates have dropped out of the race, including … Continue reading Time For Republicans to Rally Around an Experienced Candidate

Lessons on Honesty from Hillary

I don't often use this blog to lambast the character flaws and shortcomings of individual politicians. There are usually three good reasons to avoid this: 1. It is too easy. (See: Shooting fish in a barrel.) 2. You set yourself up for charges of hypocrisy, as no party or movement can claim a monopoly on virtuous people. 3. … Continue reading Lessons on Honesty from Hillary