Entries by Tim Bryce

My Talk On Citizenship Redux

This is an updated version of a column I wrote some time ago. There’s a book recommendation at the end which would make a great holiday gift for a young person in High School or College. I was recently asked to give a lecture on “Citizenship” at a local Masonic Lodge. Drawing from a couple […]

Understanding Nationalism

I find the vilification of nationalism to be appalling. It is being depicted as some sort of Fascist, racist, unpatriotic institution. The reality is, nothing could be further from the truth. It is being characterized as such, because it doesn’t fit in with the progressive/socialist agenda, nor other global developments, such as climate change, immigration, […]

FLORIDA: 2018 Election Postmortem

Coming from the business world, I understand the importance of conducting a Project Review (aka, “Project Audit”) whereby we make note of what went right and what went wrong. The intent is to pass these lessons on to others for the future. This is equally applicable to politics which is why I want to review […]

CNN’S Jim Acosta Butts Heads With The President

After clashing with President Trump during a presidential press conference at the White House Wednesday (Nov 7th), CNN’s Jim Acosta had his press pass suspended “until further notice,” thereby sparking a long standing feud between the President and the main stream media. The meeting was intended to give the President an opportunity to review Tuesday’s election. He […]

The Political War of 2018

Back in January, I previewed the midterm elections and predicted this will become a “bloody” political war. Unfortunately, I was right. With just over a month to go, the election gets nastier with each passing day. As I predicted, every word President Trump says or Tweets is scrutinized by the news media and twisted by the […]

President Obama’s True Economic Record

Former President Barack Obama was back on the campaign trail recently, less than two years after leaving office. Most former presidents stay out of the fray, but he was called out of mothballs to help elect Democrats in the 2018 midterm elections. As such, he took swipes at President Trump’s economic agenda, saying: “When you […]