This Week’s Podcast Now available to non-subscribers

It's on Trump and a rundown of interviews from his Bedford event and his speech, you can listen here or click on the fedora to the right. If you don't want to wait every week you can get the podcast emailed to you directly by subscribing at any level. Choose a Subscription level Beanie : … Continue reading This Week’s Podcast Now available to non-subscribers

Big Businesses Under Increasing Threat from Cyber Attacks

Cybersecurity has definitely been in the headlines lately because both businesses and government agencies have been hacked and valuable data has been stolen about everyone from employees and politicians to consumers. But big businesses, in particular, are under a greater threat from cyber attacks, and with more people sharing a lot of information about themselves … Continue reading Big Businesses Under Increasing Threat from Cyber Attacks

The Joey Bishop Media strikes again

Rush Limbaugh often says that if he wanted to he could do three hours on media bias every single day. The day after yesterday's VP debate is a perfect example of this. Last night those who actually saw the debate saw a calm and collected Mike Pence make his case, not only against his opponent … Continue reading The Joey Bishop Media strikes again

Why Mike Colter beat Tim Kaine last night

Unless somebody is actually paying me, I don't watch televised debates. I visit the candidates' websites, compare how they stand on the issues, decide on my own, and spare myself the aggravation of wasting hours of my life watching televised debates. Yes, you can take for granted that the so-called moderators, products of liberal schools … Continue reading Why Mike Colter beat Tim Kaine last night

The “Why” Question for Tim Kaine

We have repeatedly heard from professed Catholic pols like Tim Kaine that they are "personally opposed" to abortion yet vote for it on a regular basis. There is an obvious question that this brings up that I really haven't heard anyone ask people like Kaine and as I, due to my job, could not see … Continue reading The “Why” Question for Tim Kaine