Why You Should Love Hockey Even If You Hate Sports

Although I am a California man, I love hockey and have ever since I was a kid, transistor radio hidden beneath my pillow so I could listen to California Golden Seals game. I was devastated when during my high school years the Seals first moved to Cleveland and then “merged with” (translation: disappeared into) the … Continue reading Why You Should Love Hockey Even If You Hate Sports

Tax cuts are great but meaningless without spending cuts

The evidence has been documented numerous times that cutting taxes improves the economy in ways that replace "lost" revenues for the federal government. In other words, reduced tax burdens spark economic growth with over time yield a revenue-neutral stance. This is the part about the proposed GOP tax cuts that I like. There are two … Continue reading Tax cuts are great but meaningless without spending cuts

The Observer (Almost) Gets it on Trump’s Tweets vs MSM/NFL etc

Buried in all the news about the NFL is a paragraph in this observer piece by Ashe Snow that perfectly encapsulates what the media don't get about Donald Trump and twitter Tweets mean nothing. It takes no effort at all to send one. Acting like Trump actually spent all day Monday caring about the NFL … Continue reading The Observer (Almost) Gets it on Trump’s Tweets vs MSM/NFL etc

The NFL Backlash for Dem’s Begins

A few days ago I wrote that the entire NFL protest business was a trap for Democrats that they cheerfully walked right into: this helps Trump in places that he needs to win again and hurts him in places that he’s doesn’t, while helping the left in places that they are already winning in and … Continue reading The NFL Backlash for Dem’s Begins