Detente, Rollback, and Withdrawal: Donald Trump on Foreign Policy

Detente, Rollback, and Withdrawal: Donald Trump on Foreign Policy

So Donald Trump gave a speech today in DC on foreign policy. The organization involved is the Center for the National Interest. You can watch the speech here on YouTube, and I think that it is actually a pretty understandable and worthwhile speech to hear. You may not agree with the man or his ideas, but I think many people will find themselves nodding in agreement, given the disciplined nature of the speech, it’s clear that Trump took his time and tried to actually sound coherent/reasonable/intelligent on the subject of Foreign Policy. Below are my notes on his speech, abbreviations of key points, and what seemed to me like logical assumptions. Continue reading

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Yesterday’s Infograph for Today’s Primaries

Yesterday’s Infograph for Today’s Primaries

Yesterday, I introduced this infograph while talking about the alliance of Cruz and Kasich, which I think is doomed to hurt Cruz more than help him. However, let’s just talk about the infograph itself. On the image above is each of the remaining states yet to cast ballots or delegates for a candidate in the GOP Primary. However, I will explain further the coloring put on the original infograph, as a way to highlight why there are critical issues present for those in #NEVERTRUMP and how they need to address said issues, I will not entail. That’s not my problem or my prerogative, that’s their space. Continue reading

A Simple Kind of Man

A Simple Kind of Man

Yesterday I was driving to work, and I was thinking about how wild the weather had been and how grateful I was that I could find beauty and joy in simple things. I was enjoying God’s creation when I decided to turn on the Radio to the local DC Classic Rock station. That’s when a song played, I think especially for me. It has been 4 months since my father passed, and yet I find myself still clinging to the hole in my heart from losing the “Man I Most Respected” in this world. Continue reading