Author: Cheryl Rofer

Home /
img

A Small Disinformation Bomb

By
|
In General
|
On June 30, 2022
The takeaway from this post is that Cassidy Hutchinson testified that she heard, with her own ears, Donald Trump ask that the screening for weapons be taken away for his speech on January 6 because he knew that people were armed. He believed that those arms were not meant for him, and he wanted to […]

Some Early Thoughts

By
|
On June 25, 2022

I’m seeing a lot on Twitter about how more men need to speak up on the Supreme Court’s revocation of human rights from more than half our population. I’m grateful to Scott, Paul, and Erik for po

Many of us would love to see Donald Trump and his minions in the dock and then in orange jumpsuits. There’s a lot of understandable complaining about whether Attorney General Merrick Garland will give us that satisfaction. I’ve wondered about the Watergate timeline. The prosecutions came after the congressional hearings. Here’s a comparison between Watergate […]
img
The old Kremlinology was one thing – whether Khrushchev or Molotov was standing next to Stalin above Lenin’s tomb may have had meaning – but Vladimir Putin’s Kremlinology is something else. Putin assures us that he is sitting at his long table next to Peter the Great and Alexander Nevsky, and it looks like Ivan […]

Seven Days In May

By
|
On June 7, 2022

I have just finished reading Seven Days in May. This is the first time for me, and perhaps good that I can see it with fresh eyes. It’s sometimes mentioned along with other Cold War fiction. It’s

1 2 10
It is main inner container footer text