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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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Horowitz Exposes Comey as Serial Leaker, Tops Friday Roundup

It’s the Friday before Labor Day and your mind isn’t on work. So while you’re pretending to do your job to con your boss, and avoiding that jerk from across the office that is always snooping, give us a glance to buttress the charade. We’re helpful in that way. Because… This is Friday Roundup: As […]


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Afghanistan’s Decent Interval

As the Paris peace negotiations between the U.S. and North Vietnam to end the Vietnam War were close to being concluded, Henry Kissinger, National Security advisor to Richard Nixon, told close associates he knew the North Vietnamese were going to win the Vietnam War after we left. Nixon agreed. Kissinger said all he wanted was […]


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Poor Bernie’s Almanac

Out of all the components involved in whether a political campaign wins or loses, one that may not immediately spring to mind is the weather. But trust me, as a veteran of myriad campaigns at various levels, many of which I ran, I have won my share of races I should have lost and lost […]


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Vertical Integration

As 2020 approaches you’re going to see a lot of manipulation posing as news. Okay, you get that. At least those of you reading this column do, given that the headline doesn’t include the president’s name or that of one of his most nefarious foes. I’ve found that when it doesn’t contain those figures of […]


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Eagles Front Man Challenges Trump in GOP Primary, Tops Monday Briefing

It’s Monday and next weekend is Labor Day. So we both know you’re going to phone it in at work this week. Going somewhere special to end the summer? I’ll be drinking dockside with my cigar-infused middle-aged brethren. But before that, I’m duty bound to write this. That’s why… This is Monday Briefing: Former Eagles […]


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Sunday Review: Mayberry of the Mind

You’ve heard of the Silent Majority. Well, as the Deplorables they’re not so silent anymore. But where did they spring from? A good argument can be made that they germinated from Nixon’s message in the 1968 election. That term was his accurate description of those who felt alienated by the loud and countercultural New Left. […]


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Rumors of a Warren/Booker Fix Top Friday Roundup

It’s almost here, the weekend. Summer is about to close and next weekend is Labor Day. How dare they make you come into the office at all. So there you sit on Friday, moving your hand to mimic actually working, staring blankly at the computer screen as you once in a while look focused so […]


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Dual Loyalties

The Left, in predictable spin without credence, tried to turn President Trump’s warning to Jews about their schizophrenic loyalty to the Dems into a charge that the president engaged in the old anti-Semitic canard of “dual loyalties,” i.e., Jews aren’t fully loyal to America because of their support for Israel. Really, is that all they […]


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What They’re Saying at Defense

When you’ve served in uniform, have been a political operative, and now don the mantle of a columnist, you keep your ears open at the inevitable plethora of summer DC social occasions. Many of those tend to be held by military types, and if they know you’ll be discrete about sources you can get an […]


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Protected Classes

It is a strange facet of the Left that they have reduced entire peoples and groups to the status of politically correct automatons capable of doing no harm, always in the right, but also always the victims of somebody or something. As such, they deny said people and groups basic humanity by using them as […]


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Dems Nervous as Horowitz Report Approaches, Tops Monday Briefing

Take another sip of coffee, or adjust yourself in bed before you actually get up, and prepare for the beginning of the week. Even an August week full of casual attitudes and vacations still has news to report. Especially if you live around here. That’s why… This is Monday Briefing: When you live on the […]


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Sunday Review: Mr. Free

Though we sometimes hold our most powerful fire, in the name of occasional civility, over the worst depredations to constitution and tradition, there are times when even the most even-keeled of conservatives have the urge to unsheathe a blade and raise the standard of righteous retribution against the Left. This can be done in a […]


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Trump Eyes Buying Greenland, Tops Friday Roundup

Welcome to today’s only Epstein-free news zone! Because other stuff is happening in the world. As such… This is Friday Roundup: The president is expressing serious interest in purchasing Greenland from the Danes. Cool. I don’t mean cool as in good, though it kinda is that, but cool as in really brisk. I flew into Thule, […]


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Mueller Team Cashes In After Hunting Trump

One thing you have to remember about DC, here many people take care of their own. By many people, I mean Dems. Sure, the GOP lives by connections too. But to move ahead there you need to have at minimum the patina of qualifications and merit. That, and your family needs to be major donors. […]


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Dems Back Desperate Run at SCOTUS, Tops Midweek Report

By the look of the numbers you guys like the breaking news and concise shtick. So be it on Wednesday, as the short punchy stuff is easier to write and a lot more fun to read I bet than my usual swollen prose. Naturally, I will retain my pretentious snark and untroubled conservatism. For it’s […]


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Dem Court Challenge Likely for Tough Immigration and Welfare Policy

Monday the Trump administration issued new rules that will make it much easier to deny green cards to those who could end up on taxpayer-funded welfare programs. We are, naturally, waiting for the inevitable Dem screeching and court challenge. Trump Immigration official Ken Cuccinelli commented on the new measure, “The principle driving it is an […]


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The Revenge of the Royal Sex Puppet

I have always wanted to use that headline. Now I, like many other guys out there, have my carnal idiosyncrasies. My biases in that regard tend to be rather boring. Ponytails and dark-rimmed glasses on girl-next-door types, kind of a Tina Fey thing, is the lascivious extent of my intimate predilections. But then, I’m not […]


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Saturday Review: VET Tv

Getting tired of the constant drumbeat of politics day in and day out? Yeah, me too. Don’t get me wrong; I like writing this column on the weekdays. But I appealed to the Gods on High to give you and me a break on the weekends. And so it was born, Saturday Review. Yeah, we’ll […]


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Actress Apologizes for Being Born White, Tops Friday Roundup

The shootings and the fallout thereof are probably still the top story. But everyone including us have covered that ad infinitum. So, to give all a welcome respite… This is Friday Roundup: Rosanna Arquette, who was once in films best left forgotten (aside from the cool yet super-weird television movie “The Dark Secret of Harvest […]


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O’Rourke Says America is a Racist Country and Always Has Been

Pity pathetic little Beto. He is slipping and slipping in the polls. So, like any desperate punter searching for a miracle, he decides to see the bet of the race-hustlers and raise them by declaring on Wednesday that the U.S. “has been racist since it’s been a country.” Now, let’s put aside for the moment […]


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Mask Dropping at The New York Times

Well, it’s nice to know the pretense of a free and objective press is finally over at The New York Times. At least since their advocacy for the cases of Joseph Stalin in the 30s and Fidel Castro in the 50s they have been a reliable organ of first biased liberalism and then the bitter […]