Progressive Democrats and Republicans Political Maneuvering for Political Expediency Part 2

  I am compelled to admit that I miscalculated; Trump using the threat of governmental shutdown to move Progressive center/moderate. The measure will keep the government open through May 5 and give lawmakers more time to reach a larger agreement on an omnibus bill that would include funding for the rest of the fiscal […]

Progressive Democrats and Republicans Political Maneuvering for Political Expediency Part 1

I’d expect a government shutdown, and the Office Management and Budget (OMB) will as history indicates make the shutdown as painful to the populace as possible. It’s pretty simple. If the US GDP bubble cannot be sustained without first and foremost promoting the sole superpower status is sole power status to maintain the US Dollar […]

Trump’s support base should abandon him

First, it is very important to understand the function of national parties as the Democrats and Republicans. These are organizations who candidates affiliate with whose financial fundraising is utilized cross wards, districts, counties, and states. This enables Democrats and Republicans who date to the Democratic-Republican Party that decoupled as a result of Andrew Jackson’s election […]

What Might World War III look like? Part 3

Parts 1 and 2 can be found here and here, this post will center on the nitty gritty and attempt to examine BRICS namely Russian, Chinese, and Iranian likely response. First, we have to acknowledge Russia is a defacto two continent conventional warfare power stretching from Europe to Asia whose economic and military alliances stretches into […]

How Might World War III Look Like? Part 2

In Part 1, I highlighted the history leading towards the Post World War II Era, and I ended it in stating the US is not the world’s superpower any longer. In this part, I’ll try to help explain the present dynamics although there’s simply no way to do such exhaustively. In short, the US conducted […]

How might World War III look like? Part 1

Present domestic and international affairs put me in mind of these adages: ‘It’s easier to beg forgiveness than get permission’, ‘never let a crisis go to waste’, and ‘those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it’… In short, I’m waiting for the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy feedback cycle to catalyze into World War […]

Response to America Needs a Stronger Anti-War Movement

This post’s focus is in response to the article America Needs a Stronger Anti-War Movement found here While I agree the US needs a stronger Anti-War Movement, the movement itself should and needs to zoom into the catalysts of it. Tom Engelhardt has a great article today in which he reflects about World War II, […]

Trump 1-term or less Among the transition team’s ideas, according to a document obtained by POLITICO, was reducing the corporate tax rate to 15 percent; giving people a child care tax credit, inspired by Ivanka Trump; and keeping the capital gains rates as is — a nod to Trump’s populist campaign rhetoric. (Lower capital gains rates tend to […]

Kasich 2020?

I couldn’t help noticing this gem from John Kasich, the Ohio governor and two-time GOP presidential candidate, insists he’s not looking at another White House run in 2020. It would not surprise me if Kasich and Jeb Bush opted to primary challenge Trump. First, I am compelled to examine the fact Progressive Governance requires Top-Down […]

Russo-US relations

I originally read the post here that came from here. Which does the Washington’s Establishment prefer: a U.S. President who wants to reach new agreements with Russia, or a U.S. President who wants to replace all of Russia’s allies? In simple terms, if DC wants to maintain promoting vertical power-structure, it has to maintain the US […]