Order of the Baby Cannon
If the election of Trump was positive in any way, it's that it spurred me (and millions of other Americans) to action in a way few other events could.
Going against my own innate reticence about self-promotion, by the time Trump's inauguration had occurred, I had started Revolution Art Offensive, launched a secret think tank (which I later dissolved for completely irrational reasons, proving that the Trump presidency makes people crazy) raised money for various causes, and had entered into a business with an old high school friend.
But the universe would have bet against the long odds of a partnership between Benjamin Wittes, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and editor in chief of Lawfare Blog; and Quenby Moone, wannabe polymath and eccentric patriot to bring hope to thousands of weary American citizens who follow a 4 inch cannon's every move.
If one were to look for the embodiment of "chutzpah," they might point to my approach of Benjamin Wittes, founder of NatSec Blog "Lawfare," as a good example.
Relatively obscure to America outside policy circles and the "Deep State" that the MAGAs maligned so greatly, Benjamin Wittes began ringing in each development in the Trump-Russia scandal (or Ben's much more evocative "L'Affaire Russe") with the "tick tick tick" of a time bomb on Twitter; as such he became an unlikely twitter celebrity as Russia appeared to have very actively meddled in our election, and had the beneficial side effect of driving Sean Hannity crazy.