Thursday, June 14, 2018


Friends, today we celebrate, because the WaddyIsRight commentating empire has reached a special milestone: 10,000 page views!!!  I (literally) couldn't have done it without you.  Thanks to all of my fans, critics, and even those who stumbled across the page by accident, expecting to find waddling ducks or right-handed baseball gloves.  Every little bit helps!  In all seriousness, I've enjoyed getting to know each and every one of you, and our conversations are one of the best parts of my day.  Please know that when I call you "friends," it's not an affectation.  Onward and upward!

As a reward for your loyalty, please accept this link to my latest radio interview on the Newsmaker program of WLEA in Hornell.  Brian O'Neil and I talk about North Korea, the G7 summit, George Soros, and more!


  1. Dr. Waddy: Many congrats on this milestone. Hope to see many more for you. Comments in order of how these subjects were covered in your latest broadcast: The summit: the moderator remarked that perhaps "only Trump could pull this off" and that his business background stood him in good stead in this. You said he has been negotiating all his life. Ditto, ditto! How fascinating it is: for decades the prospect of a leader directly from the business world becoming President has been discussed. Now its happened and the results so far are remarkable. Of course success in business is a strong suggestion of canny leadership ability. That it is appropriate for the Presidency is a concept gaining legitimacy apace with the Presidency of this exceptional man. Think of what potential national leaders may yet be found in the world of free enterprise. Also, though Nixon was not a business man, I'm reminded of the observation that it took a conservative like him to open the door to then rabidly Marxist China.

    You remarked on the on the intensity of the "toxicity" toward Trump on the part of the left (which I would think to include both the committed and increasingly beleagured radicals and those with good intentions who believe in them). I think they are very heavily invested in this unrelenting castigation of and opposition to our President and the more he succeeds, the more petty and hopelessly wrongheaded they look. As Shakespeare's version of Richard III said "I have set my life upon a cast and I will stand the hazard of the die". He did and he fell.So will they.

    So George Soros is peeved with perky Kirsten. I would ask him this: ".You are old enough to have been fully aware of the rape of your native country (Hungary) by Marxists with tanks in 1956. How can you support a party which embraces dreamily atavistic supporters of that creed, which has proven in PRACTICE, as you should know, so monstrous?. People like Van Jones, Barack Obama, Bernie Sanders and the prolific anonymous far leftist cadre in their entourages and those like HRC who would grease the skids towards totalitarianism if they were to obtain the power to do so.I assume you are an American citizen now? Why do you ignore the fact that the U.S., which you would use your wealth to radicalize, was the only thing which prevented Stalin from ,at the very least, an apocalyptic thrust at world dominance? Yes, your money speaks but the real America has wealthy patrons too!

    As for Gillibrand: I think she could hide behind a corkscrew. Whatever direction the party appears to lurch in in 2020, she'll adjust. An effective counter to her at any level is, I think, that she is Charles Schumer's shill. That may not hurt her chances for the nomination (and I agree, she is a very plausible candidate)but it would sink her nationally. Charles never looked as feckless as he did this week as he pecked away at our President's historic achievement. She may well capture the "soul of the Democrat party" as did Hillary and high light its essential hopelessness.

  2. Jack, I agree that Trump's business background is a breath of fresh air. Of course, to Kim the real breath of fresh air was President Trump's willingness to meet with him and treat him as an equal in the first place. I doubt any other President would have been so bold. Atmospherics matter too. I think the fact that Trump has been so solicitous towards Kim in small matters makes it infinitely more likely that we will get our way with denuclearization.

    You're right that the Left seems "all in" when it comes to Trump-hatred. They may not have anything else in their playbook. Their criticism of his outreach to NK is looking increasingly absurd, though. First, they told us he was leading us to war -- and now that he's engineering peace they're equally nonplussed!

    Your questions to Soros are apt. I wonder how he became such a zealous piggy bank for leftists? But I guess that's a chicken-or-the-egg question. Where do liberals come from? Who cares. It's enough to know that they must be defeated!

    Ah, Gillibrand. I doubt she'll go far. As you say, she seems like Schumer's lackey, and my guess is that her attractiveness will sink her with feminists.