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A veteran of service with US Army Intelligence, the Pershing Nuclear Brigade, and the First Infantry Division, Kamioner is a graduate of the University of Maryland’s European Division and spent over twenty years as a political consultant, college instructor, non-profit director, and corporate PR director. He hails from New York City and grew up in South Florida.

He served with the American Red Cross as part of the relief effort for Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005 and Hurricane Sandy in 2012. For several years he ran homeless shelters, most recently homeless shelters for US military veterans.

He currently is a Senior Contributor for OpsLens.com, a writer for American Greatness, and has been published in LifeZette. He is the author of the novel "Prisoner of the Chattering Class" and lives in Annapolis, Maryland.


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Trump Fights the Good Fight, Tops Friday Roundup

Let’s get to it. Sometimes it seems like I could write the same headline and the same general column every week. It would chronicle the latest fake scandal the Dems are putting the country through, the White House defense, the press amplification of Dem talking points, and in time the failure of the Dem op. […]


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What the Current Brexit Mess Means for the U.S.

First, watch this. It’s British AG Geoffrey Cox and that is what proper oratorical leadership looks like. But, what does the issue mean for America? It is part and parcel of the same conflict here, the political class vs the voters, the duly elected government vs the effete mandarins of the establishment. Only one can […]


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The Ukrainian Boomerang

We usually think of boomerangs as Australian. But in this case, for Joe Biden and the Dems, a serious degree of travel west is warranted. That’s because if they pursue their scandal de jour it very well could come back to smack them in the head. We covered some of this in yesterday’s column and […]


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Rules of the Game and Biden/Ukraine

Witness today’s blood in the water attitude of the Dems over the Ukrainian call. Oh my, this one is real, they seem to say. After, of course, spending a couple of years saying the Russian hoax was real. This move is only the sequel to that and they have had this up their sleeve for […]


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AOC Calls the Tune for Dems, Tops Monday Briefing

It was a great football Sunday, which is naturally followed by a slew of news on Monday. Ergo… Nancy Pelosi really tries hard not to give the president what he wants. But like Michael Corleone in Godfather III, just when she thought she was out AOC pulls her back in…into the impeachment gambit. Nancy knows […]


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Fake Whistleblowers and Dem Gaffes Top Friday Roundup

This has been a hilarious news week evidencing the foolish desperation the left is currently suffering through. Let’s hope it stays that way. To wit: A disgruntled probable holdover from the Obama administration is claiming the president made a “promise” to a foreign leader while on a phone call. The so-called whistleblower went to an […]


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Dems May Be Planning an Interesting Move Against Trump

Scuttlebutt around DC happy hours is that there are Dem players and consultants who are proposing to the three major campaigns, Warren, Biden, and Sanders, that if they should win the nomination they should not agree to debate the president. Not a bad idea at all, for them. Think about it. Remember what he did […]


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What the Israeli Election Means for the U.S.

There was a general election in Israel yesterday and before I go into the results and their importance to the U.S., I’ll answer a question that I know some of you are asking. So what? What does the government of a small state halfway across the world matter to the cost of baloney at my […]


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Vive La Resistance Américain!

Are you in college? Or do you have a kid in college? Are you lucky enough that you/they are conservatives? Do you like to have fun? By the way, given I did not mention the president or one of his Dem detractors in the headline or first paragraph and that the headline alone is composed […]


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Dems A Little Too Into Punishment, Tops Monday Briefing

The faint crackle of autumn in the air means football and politics, both as bloodsport, are upon us. We wouldn’t have it any other way at Monday Briefing: If you had a chance to look at the sex dungeons (you know they just gotta have them) of major Dem players and presidential candidates you’re not […]


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Dems Bare Fangs in Houston, Tops Friday Roundup

It’s de facto autumn, though you couldn’t tell by the humidity here, so we’ll get right to that debate business… The first and second tier Democratic candidates for president, when they took time out from shiving each other, couldn’t engage in PC absurdity and blackface-like patronizing racism anymore if they had indeed donned blackface…wait…oh, right, […]


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Mother and Child Reunion

When a child leaves the nest you expect a bit of ups and downs as they learn the ropes of life. You also expect there will be those in the real world who will show them malice and try to injure their ambitions. But you usually do not think it will be the same people […]


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Trump and Bolton: The Odd Couple

You wondered. A guy who campaigned almost as a national security libertarian, who criticized the Iraq War and foreign adventurism. And another guy who was as gung ho as they come, an old GOP war hawk who well served every Republican president since Reagan. Not to mention, the dead giveaway Teddy Roosevelt facial hair. To […]


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Taliban Talks Will Continue Soon, If Only in Secret

The president said yesterday that peace talks with the Taliban over ending the war in Afghanistan are “dead” after the terrorist group staged a bombing in Kabul last week that resulted in the death of a U.S. soldier. And those talks may have been “dead” at the exact moment the president said it and perhaps […]


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Trio of States Undercut Trump GOP Challengers, Tops Monday Briefing

As the summer wanes our thoughts turn back to the real world. So, let’s get cracking, as… This is Monday Briefing: The GOP in Kansas, Nevada, and South Carolina have cast their lot with the president and cancelled their presidential primary contests. All of their nomination support will go to Trump. That’s bad news for […]


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Sunday Review: Meet the Patels

If you’ve ever been single, ever been embarrassed by the interestingly ethnic counsel of your parents regarding your singleton status, and/or have children of your own who are single, then 2015’s “Meet the Patels” on Amazon Prime (at least that’s where I saw it) might meet your standards for great entertainment. It met mine. The […]


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California Gradually Leaving the Union

Over the last week the city of San Francisco labeled the NRA a “terrorist organization” and the governor of the state of California signed a bill allowing citizens to refuse to help a police officer in need. Of course Hezbollah, Hamas, the PLO, al-Qaeda, the Taliban, Planned Parenthood (an organization that kills more than all […]


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The Rogue Parliament

The British Parliament yesterday voted to delay Brexit and probably force a general election. They did this by rebelling against itself, as the very same parliament is run by a government it itself elected into power. Yes, I know. Now we here on this side of the pond talk of the conflict between Leftist elitists […]


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The Politics of Dorian, Tops Monday Briefing

If you’re not from my home state of Florida and thus stockpiling water and batteries, hope you’re having a good Labor Day. Though it’s kind of a commie holiday, there are the barbecues, beers, and beaches to compensate for its Bolshie genesis. Sometime in between those perhaps news and analysis may interest you. As such… […]


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Sunday Review: A Tale of Two Movies

There are films that stay with us for many different reasons. They may remind us of something, someone, or a specific time in our lives. Other films elicit strong emotions, positive and/or negative. Still others seem like they are taken from our own lives. But sometimes a film gives us a glimpse not only of […]