Tag Archives: Rex Tillerson

Trump’s Growing Jeopardy

Alan Zendell, December 14, 2021 Recently, a very smart, insightful cousin chastised me about throwing in the towel too quickly after I began this blog. He was referring to my admittedly reluctant statement, shortly after Donald Trump was inaugurated, about … Continue reading

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A Fascist America?

Alan Zendell, July 16, 2021 Back in 2017, when I first broached the subject of Donald Trump’s apparent infatuation with the tactics Adolf Hitler used to solidify and expand his power, some readers nodded sadly in agreement, some scoffed, and … Continue reading

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I’d Even Accept Help From the Mooch

Alan Zendell, August 19, 2019 That’s how bad it’s gotten. Short of the Devil, I’d accept help from anyone. But the Mooch? Today, Anthony Scaramuchi, who served as Donald Trump’s Communications Director for eleven days, two summers ago, announced that … Continue reading

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Only the Best People

Alan Zendell, August 27, 2018 Viewed objectively, “the best people” is a phrase that must by its nature be subjective, one that differs in the eye of each beholder. Indirectly acknowledging his own lack of specific expertise in the various … Continue reading

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