Post # 62, Bob McKnight's Subscription Commentary ...he is clever and has an amazing sense of people's inherent evil thoughts... Critics of President Donald Trump say his thinking is shallow with limited intellectual curiosity. His acknowledged failure to read, especially issue reports completed by his staff, does not help his reputation as being overly impetuous. Somehow he may be one of only a few that feel his constant disconnected tweets are in keeping for the Presiden
This writer has previously pointed out that one of the attributes (few to note yet) of President Trump is the uncertainty of his actions. I know that sounds strange for uncertainty to be an attribute. Most fair analysis would suggest that we would not have the North Koreans about to negotiate a possible weapons stand down if they were not totally unsure of Trump's next move. Admittedly Trump lies most of the time and changes his mind more than he does not, but perhaps thos
"The Chinese feel that they have a blended form of Communism and Capitalism. They manage their workers as they is best for their country and not the worker. Our best approach is to let these changes [de-arm nuclear North Korea; fighting terrorism] that we are trying to affect happen on their own from the inside. I believe we could work for a fair trade approach that the Chinese would value as beneficial to them." Bill O'Connor, CEO Patriot American Solutions Rockaway, New
"We need a President with business experience." Republican Iowa Voter, 2016 According to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, the stock market has sky rocketed by an additional $4 Trillion since the election, less than a year ago. He said the Dow is up 16%, Standard and Poors 13% and the Nasdaq 18%. Those are all records as President Trump would say, "never seen before." And that record has been achieved without Trump passing a single major piece of legislation. Add to that Trum
"Maybe it is time to consider the group leadership and thinking of 5 former, successful Presidents of both parties, instead of one unsuccessful and dangerous President, who is obviously over his head." Legendary film director Ken Burns has completed an in-depth look at the War in Vietnam on Public Television. It is very gripping and tells a very complex story of screw ups, out of control egos, passion, and evil. He fairly points out that there were people of good intentions
As some of the readers of this Commentary are aware, I was honored last year by being inducted into my High School Athletic Hall of Fame for football. I was an unqualified over achiever. But I do enjoy football, especially at the college level. As we football fans are aware, a Quarterback often uses a tactic of throwing short, high percentage completion passes. There are usually used when opponents play the receivers for deep throws. These passes are often referred to "