Hindsight and nuclear (family) destruction

by Craige McMillan -- Most of us have hindsight. Whether or not we use it is another matter. Why should we use hindsight? Sometimes it reveals that things we thought just "happened" more…

Why was the Nunes memo ever classified?

by Craige McMillan -- Did anyone else notice the classification of the now declassified House memo just released to the public? TOP SECRET/NOFORN. It's a disgrace that this level of classification was more…

The evolution of Democratic criminality

by Craige McMillan -- Criminality invariably increases in frequency and severity when it goes unpunished. The best example is no longer street thugs or gang members, but Democratic congressmen. Democrat Adam Schiff more…

The kleptocracy versus the country

by Craige McMillan -- There's a reason the airlines brief passengers that, "in the event of depressurization … put your own oxygen mask on before helping others." The reason is that at more…

Is the deep state closing a back door?

by Craige McMillan -- The latest tech glitch, this time at the processor level, is interesting. Most of us really aren't able to understand how complex these silicon masterpieces are. Those who more…

Did Eric Schmidt predict his own demise?

by Craige McMillan -- If Eric Schmidt, Google/Alphabet's honcho, did just bite the #MeToo bullet, then he probably has a lot more respect for this quote from earlier in his life: "I more…

The day the media died

by Craige McMillan -- The media's role has always been to help people "know what to think" about things. Earlier in our nation's history, there were lots of separate media outlets. Most more…

Why the FBI cannot be fixed

by Craige McMillan -- A week before 9/11, Robert Mueller took his oath of office as FBI director. It wasn't his first oath to "preserve, protect and defend" the United States of more…