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Donald Trump: Campaigner-in-Chief

The applause from his adoring true believers is an elixir for Trump, but he can't campaign for the next four years. Trump can accomplish only so much from executive orders, sooner or later he has to govern. Trump doesn't know the first thing about running a country or being commander-in-chief -- we're screwed.

SOP newswire8 U.S. Soldiers, 2 Marines Die in Iraq; DoD Identifies Previous Casualties - Eight U.S. soldiers and two Marines died in Iraq during the past four days, U.S. military officials reported, and defense officials have released the names of a sailor and two soldiers who died in Iraq.
SOP newswireU.S., Turkey seek nuclear-free Iran, end to Israeli-Palestinian conflict - Washington -- Calling his meetings with top officials in Turkey a "very good visit," U.S. Under Secretary of State R. Nicholas Burns emphasized Turkey"s role as a
SOP newswireTwo Marines killed in separate incidents in Al Anbar - FALLUJAH, Iraq – Two Marines assigned to the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit were killed in separate incidents Jan. 21 from wounds sustained due to enemy action while operating in Al Anbar Province.
John LillpopOn Anniversary of Roe, Celebrate Life Before Birth! - Thirty four years ago, on January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court sanctioned abortion on demand. Unhappy anniversary to all!
John LillpopWhat if Her Exploratory Committee Says, - Apparently there is a house, a white one, at that address which has caught Hillary's fancy, so she has entered a $100 million sweepstakes for the right to occupy the building.
SOP newswireAl-Haja Mosque Destroyed in Explosion - BAGHDAD Multi-National Division - Baghdad Soldiers responded to an explosion northwest of the Iraqi capital Jan. 19, finding a mosque leveled.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)Dear Ms. Perino, It's Speaker Pelosi - Each human face has its own climate and weathers. We respond not so much to the cut of another’s face as its micro-expressions.
Brandon JenningsMorgantown Project to Remove Floating Debris Now 3 Years Down Stream - It has been three years since Morgantown mayor, Ron Justice, signed and sent a resolution to the United States congress that should have set the rudders in motion on a project that was designed to remove floating debris from the Monongahela River
John LillpopDear CAIR: Please Boycott Airlines Serving Hawaii--In May! - Now these neurotic stowaways from the 7th century have flexed their financial muscle by threatening to boycott Northwest Airlines.
John LillpopGoing to San Francisco? Forget Flowers, Bring Doggie-Poop Scooper! - However, the City is outdoing itself with its latest nuttiness: Officials want to use dog poop as an energy source.
SOP newswirePresident Bush's Radio Address - THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. For many Americans, the new year began with a resolution to live a better and healthier life. Whatever goals you have set for yourself this year, one goal we can all share is reforming
SOP newswireMarine killed in Al Anbar - CAMP FALLUJAH, Iraq – One Marine assigned to Regimental Combat Team 5 died Friday from wounds sustained due to enemy action while operating in Al Anbar Province.
SOP newswireGates Wraps Up Fact-Finding Trip, Praises Coalition Partners - TALLIL AIR BASE, Iraq, Jan. 19, 2007 – Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates today praised the efforts of coalition partners in Iraq during the final stop of a six-day fact-finding trip to Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East.
John LillpopIs America Ready for Its Second Black President? - Barack Obama has set America on fire by announcing the formation of an exploratory committee to study a possible presidential bid. The senator from Illinois said he would announce his final decision on Feb. 10.
SOP newswirePentagon Chief Says Iran Seeks To Exploit U.S. Exposure in Iraq - Washington -- Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he recommended diplomatic engagement with Iran in 2004, but added that the Islamic republic today does not
SOP newswireRice Says New Mideast Talks Transcend Sequence of Road Map - Washington -- Informal talks involving Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will
Juliet MaruruEarly Elections in Kenya Likely - 2007 is a Kenyan election year. Every voter is expecting a December Election. However, Election Commission of Kenya chairman Mr. Samuel Kivuitu, has hinted at an early election, sparking political speculations in all directions.
John LillpopSaddam Brother Hanged, Beheaded, or? - A major controversy surrounding the execution of Saddam Hussein's half brother, Barzan Ibrahim, is threatening to disrupt festivities planned for Martin Luther King Day in downtown Baghdad and in neighboring communities.
Will RobertsNew Airport Xray! - We See Through Your Scheme. - Will Says! Do you remember the old glasses we bought as a kid that allowed us to see through folk's clothes? X-ray specs.
John LillpopIs Sleeping with a Kennedy un-American? - Come on, Arnold: Do what is right for California--even if you have to sleep on the couch for a few nights!
SOP newswireHousing and Urban Development Secretary Alphonso Jackson today marked Martin Luther King, Jr - WASHINGTON - Housing and Urban Development Secretary Alphonso Jackson today marked Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by delivering the keynote address at the John
SOP newswireForest Service Chief Dale Bosworth Announces his Retirement - The U.S. Department of Agriculture today announced the selection of Abigail Kimbell as the 16th chief of the Forest Service. Kimbell succeeds Chief Dale Bosworth, who is retiring on
John LillpopNancy in Wonderland - Since her leap over and through the glass and marble ceilings last week, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has unveiled a legislative agenda that would, if
SOP newswireU.S. Completes Oil Spill Clean Up in Lebanon - WASHINGTON, DC - The United States Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and in consultation with the Lebanese Ministry of Environment
SOP newswireBush: Iraqis Must Help Stem Sectarian Violence - WASHINGTON, Jan. 13, 2007 – For the new U.S. strategy in Iraq to succeed, Iraqis must work in concert with American military forces toward ending sectarian violence, President Bush said today during his weekly radio
John LillpopIllegal Aliens are NOT Immigrants! - Migrating to America legally is, and should be, a long, drawn-out procedure meant to protect the interests of American citizens. It involves more than simply jumping a fence and
John LillpopDear God: Please Send Global Warming ASAP! - Just scrambled from out of doors down here in San Jose where the bitter wind and cold bring back awful memories of night baseball at Candlestick park in San Francisco in July or August.
Michael RondonWhy the President's Credibility is at Stake - The new Iraq strategy must be successful for President Bush to retain any support for his remaining time in office as well as for the Republican Party in the future
Will RobertsWill Says...Electric Cars run over by Hummer - After my comments yesterday about the Republicans, I got a few emails asking me if I thought I could come up with a plan for the Democrats, since they did not have anything concrete yet.
SOP newswireIraq's Problem as One of Capability, Not Resolve, Says Rice - Washington " The Iraqi government"s inability to rein in sectarian violence in Baghdad, Iraq, reflects a lack of capability, not simply a lack of resolve, Secreta
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