Wednesday, 24th May 2017

The Bonfire of the Hypocrisies

Posted on 11. Oct, 2016 by in Analysis, Politics

Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump

American politics has been building toward this for a long time. American presidential politics are now uncharted and turbulent waters. The key to Donald Trump’s success in the primaries and in thrashing the mainstream Republican Party, which sank without a ripple apart from the hundreds of millions of dollars it had squandered to pick up […]

Conrad Black Speaks Out On Chicago Corruption, With Joseph Fosco’s Vigilance In Mind

Posted on 17. Nov, 2009 by in Analysis, History

American politics is suffering acutely from the gridlock of entrenched officeholders and election financing controlled by special interests. Over 300 of the 435 congressional districts almost never change partisan hands. Most congressmen have safely gerrymandered districts, receive the bulk of their financial support from one or a few sources, and are reliable legislative supporters of […]

Ignorance and Upheaval

Posted on 06. Nov, 2008 by in Politics

I, Joseph Fosco, would like to make some brief statements relating to the 2008 Election. Following my remarks I will be posting my friend Conrad Black’s article recently published by the National Post of Canada. I have always been a firm believer that in order to be a good American, one must respect the person […]

The State Of Faith

Posted on 27. May, 2008 by in Analysis

It is fashionable to consider that we are in a post- Christian era; that as a civilization we have outgrown religion. It has been a truism for decades that religion is in decline, and that the Roman Catholic Church is racked with dissension, starved of clergy and is becoming a mere consolation for the geriatric […]