point center 3From a pure theoretical economic standpoint, which states would be hurt by a trade war?

If you looked only at two numbers, GDP and percentage of the GDP, two states, very important to the political future of Donald Trump and the Republican Party, are Michigan and Louisiana.

michelle obama hairAt the Simmons College leadership conference in Boston on Thursday, former first lady Michelle Obama praised her husband’s presidency while taking a veiled swipe at President Trump. She said that her husband’s administration was “like having the good parent at home.” In Michelle Obama’s warped view, her husband filled the national role of a “responsible parent, the one who told you to eat your carrots and go to bed on time.”

jindal trump3Former Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, who ran for President against then-candidate Donald Trump, is singing praise for Trump's policies. Jindal has been a significant critic of Trump's tweets and erractic behavior. During the campaign, the Louisiana governor called Trump a nariccist, labeling him insecure and weak.     However, in a op-ed which appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Jindal trumpet's the President's knack for understanding the blue-collar and middle-class households and his ability to fulfill his committments to them.  

trump target 6Thank God we don’t have to talk about Stormy Daniels this week, and how her lawyer bushwhacked the president’s posse. There’s something new for a change. It’s called semantics, as in the difference between “subject” and “target.” Donald Trump, the special counsel informs, is the subject of an investigation, but not its target. It’s a wonderful revelation because it has something for everyone.

fnn pic 4The Trump hating media has found a new obsession and her name is Stormy Daniels. The porn star is alleging a 2006 one-night stand with President Trump and the media cannot get enough of this story. In recent weeks, Daniels has been the focus of countless CNN and MSNBC segments. Her interview with Anderson Cooper on 60 Minutes was hyped for weeks, leading to a massive audience of 22 million viewers for the show. This was biggest audience for 60 Minutes in the last ten years.

DANIELS PICRemember when we were looking at the possible candidacy of Stormy Daniels for the position of United States Senate from this great state of Louisiana? Apparently, many of us do recall. Yet, as Daniels is becoming a well-known face, body and name, there appears to be those who are just discovering that she once flirted with running for that top national office.

In the past week, I've received two phone calls from major International media outlets who somehow came across my name in association with statements I wrote or said back when Daniels was being discussed as an opponent against David Vitter.  The gist of the media’s curiosity appears to be--was she really running for US Senate? If so, why? What was she like?

trump walk22In 2014, Gallup found that Baby Boomers, (born between 1946 and 1964), were skewed slightly Democratic by 2%. The Millennials, (born between 1980 and 1996), however, favor the Democratic Party by a 20-point margin. According to CNN, the boomer population peaked in 1999, with 78.8 million members. Pew Research put it in context; Millennials are expected to overtake Boomers in population in 2019 as their numbers swell to 73 million and Boomers decline to 72 million.

 dowdAnother change in Trumpland.

As per Axios:

President Trump's personal lawyer John Dowd has resigned as the head of the president's legal team for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, per the NYT.

putin rollsHas the news media and many Republicans such as John McCain and others over-reacted to the latest controversy surrounding President Donald Trump involving Russia?

On Tuesday, Trump announced during the middle of an Oval Office meeting and in front of the news media, that he called President Vladimir Putin and congratulated him on his election victory.  Shortly afterwards, John McCain slammed the President for doing so. Others followed.

trump court womenUh, oh.

For almost a year and a half, the cry coming out of Trump world has been “Russia, Russia, Russia.

Obviously, that issue emerges out of the investigation into possible Trump campaign “collusion” with Russia.  While the Republicans in the House Intelligence Committee have claimed they have found no collusion, all is not well for Trump and his administration.

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