Charles Krauthammer sends a message to his colleagues

It is with great sadness to hear cancer has returned for one of the brightest political minds and talented writers of our generation. Charles Krauthammer, who has been included in…

Americans are giving up independence for dependence

Recorded a bit of audio off the television this week as the intellectual thinker Charles Krauthammer summarized in about a minute and a half just how and why our country…

The Third Stage of Terrorism may be at our doorstep

…… and if beheadings do not do it for you, seeing cold blooded nature of their killings might – graphic video.  Columnist and commentator Charles Krauthammer laid out the 2015…

Books: Enjoying “Things That Matter” by Charles Krauthammer

Charles Krauthammer is one political analyst I always enjoy listening to, be he a regular panelist commenting on the nightly news (Special Report with Bret Baier), or as a guest…

Quite the weather wallop this Sunday afternoon/evening

…fine looking forward to being released tomorrow. I dropped her off a copy of Charles Krauthammer’s new book, “Things That Matter,” which I hope to read later this month too….

Obamacare will impact NE Ohio and the Cleveland Clinic

…exchanges … is going to result in improved health care? Charles Krauthammer had and insightful 30 second comment this past week when pointing out how the Obama adminstration’s big government…

Washington’s ‘uncertainty’ over taxes – Part 2

Although I may offend some of my hardcore conservative Tea Party friends, I’m in agreement with Charles Krauthammer and enjoy his his columns and commentary (“offend” – in reference to…

Would legalizing drugs improve our illegals and border problem?

…public services while addicted or dying from their choice to buy drugs. Interestingly with this fresh on my mind, Bill OReilly and Charles Krauthammer talked about the same thing ……

Desultory - des-uhl-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee

  1. lacking in consistency, constancy, or visible order, disconnected; fitful: desultory conversation.
  2. digressing from or unconnected with the main subject; random: a desultory remark.