Stupid things politicians say (which I realize is redundant in most cases)…
A week in review and as we look back, this past week was full of amusement. And in the interests of being non-partisan we have two entries:
1) President Trump, who while extolling the virtues of our founding fathers during Independence Day, talked about their bravery in seizing the airports during the Revolutionary War (which is dumb because any historian knows the Continental Army already controlled the airfields) and,
2) Congresswoman Frederica Wilson (D-FL), ( apparently trying to take over the championship belt previously held by former Rep. Corrine Brown) who said that the laws against making fun of members of Congress should be enforced and people who do that should be prosecuted (she will be retaking junior high civics class in the fall semester)
P.S. Please send bail money for when I’m prosecuted.
Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller, who completed his investigation and submitted his final reported, officially resigned his position in the Justice Dept. yesterday now that his job was complete. He issued a final statement which, basically, said everything he had already put in his final report. Continue reading “Robert Mueller (again)”
Sadly, it has become the norm that political parties blindly line up behind the ‘party line’ and do and say whatever the party leaders say, rather than what is right. Most obviously, this is the case in the investigations surrounding President Trump. Continue reading “Finding The Truth Should Never Be A Bad Thing”
Among the most disturbing aspects of the investigation into Russian influence in the last Presidential election is the fact that a large number of people have formed opinions long ago. As a result, I realize the comments that follow may very well offend those on both sides of the political spectrum. Continue reading “On Russian Interference”
With less than 18 months until the Democrat and Republican parties choose their nominees for President, some announced candidates are already trying to make a splash Continue reading “Race for 2020 Heating Up”
There is a growing trend among some, although not limited to but seemingly more prevalent among more liberal activists and groups, where you are not allowed to disagree with someone’s political beliefs or you will be threatened. Continue reading ““No, You Can’t Disagree””
One of the biggest threats to our Constitution and system of government? It’s a proposal to expand the Supreme Court so that enough new justices can be added to overturn past Court rulings.
It’s hard not to feel outrage over this when you think of it. Our country is supposed to be a country where the ‘rule of law’ is what’s important-not your wealth, not if you were born into a noble or royal family like countries of old and everyone is supposed to be able to have their day in court. And the really great thing about the American system is that if you don’t like the laws, every two years we have elections and you can vote in different people to change the laws. Continue reading “A Threat to the Country? Here’s One!”