Donald Trump last week once again told the world that he is willing to break the law. Evil doers around the world smirked. Republicans throughout the United States mostly observed the latest instance of Trump’s above-the-law attitude in silence.
As Paul Simon sang, “Fools” said I, “You do not know Silence like a cancer grows…” Continue reading
The Democratic presidential field is very crowded, with 24 candidates. The Republican presidential field, not so much, with Donald Trump and Bill Weld. One guy is thinking of running as an independent candidate. There are lots of campaign issues out there, but which ones are really important? Time to take a little look.
This post is asking you to take a couple minutes to weigh in on the candidates and the issues of the day. There are also a couple sports questions at the end. Check back to see how the poll is going. Continue reading
If you look up the word “twerp” in the Merriam-Webster dictionary, it is defined as:
noun: a silly or annoying person
A second meaning should be: Stephan Miller. Actually, that would be an insult to all the other mere ordinary twerps of the world.
Yes, that Stephan Miller. Senior advisor to Donald Trump. Supreme czar of all things concerning immigration.
Miller is one of the most obnoxious members of the administration of Donald Trump, nearly in a class by himself. Even some of the Trumpsters are smart enough to understand the toxicity of Miller – not just his policy positions, but his personality. Continue reading
Primary Day is approaching but there will be fewer contests than originally thought. There are some other things to think about. Here are some facts, observations and heard-on-the-streets: Continue reading
Far be it for Donald Trump to pass up an opportunity to make another mess for the political party that he now dominates. So he decides to promise the greatest of all health care plans.
He even named the three senators who he said will lead the charge in repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. Problem is, they all seem to be busy with other more important things – like watching grass grow. Continue reading
As candidates and parties file their 2019 nominating petitions, here are some facts, observations and heard-on-the-streets for the first week of April 2019: Continue reading
“A man hears what he wants to hear, and disregards the rest…” Simon and Garfunkel
So it’s finally out. The Mueller Report, that is. Followed just 48 hours later by the long awaited Barr Report.
Working overtime during the past weekend, Attorney General William Barr and his gang of Republican-appointed attorneys digested twenty-two months of work by the Office of Special Counsel and wrapped it all up in a concise four-page political summary. Continue reading