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Pruden: They’re ready for Hillary, but is Hillary ready?

By Wesley Pruden The Syndicate convened the Bilderberg Group, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Illuminati and the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy over the weekend at a secret hideaway in downtown Shangri-la to talk about themes for the 2016 campaign. We’re all familiar with the work of the Syndicate, though few know who’s in it. The […]

Pruden: Barack Obama’s love bomb offensive

By Wesley Pruden President Obama says Rudy Giuliani was wrong. He does, too, love America. That’s good enough for me. He says he’s a Christian, despite his constant love bombs for Islam, and if that’s good enough for God it’s good enough for me, too. Conversations between believers and the Almighty are confidential, and have […]

Pruden: Panic inside the lavender bubble

By Wesley Pruden Life can be good inside a bubble, where the sun always shines, life is a bowl of cherries and it comes with whipped cream and no calories. You could ask almost anyone in San Francisco, where the only disappointment inside the lavender bubble is among the gay caballeros who don’t get to […]

Pruden: Curdling the cream in a cup of Starbucks

By Wesley Pruden Money is nice, but it can be distracting. Captains of industry pile up millions and sometimes imagine that profits makes them prophets, wise and learned in things they don’t know anything about. Everybody wants to be rich. Not being rich in modern America is a symptom of sloth, indolence and failure. People […]

Pruden: Regrets for doing the right thing

By Wesley Pruden We can add senators to bread, toilet paper and milk on the list of panic items when the snow flies. Fortunately, the snow won’t fly again in Washington until next year if we’re lucky, but the senators are still here. Everyone is familiar with the panic in the nation’s capital when there’s […]

Pruden: Trifling with the iron rule of politics

By Wesley Pruden Conventional wisdom teaches that nothing succeeds like success, but the unwary politician forgets the more important Pruden Rule, which reflects both politics and life: “Nothing recedes like success.” Conventional wisdom is made of two parts gossamer and one part each of fog and smoke. The Pruden Rule is cast iron. Not quite […]

Pruden: Hillary Clinton’s Nixon moment

By Wesley Pruden That ominous noise in the rafters above the heads of Bubba and the missus is the creaking of a roof trying to trying not to collapse. The weight of the years is just about more than the Clinton roof can stand. Hillary’s emails, which last week were an irritant, have become an […]

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