Protests Accross the Country

For anyone who has been unplugged from the news this week, this post is for you. Demonstrations began four days ago in Minneapolis, in protest of a Memorial Day murder committed by four police officers. Several bystanders captured the brutality on video from many vantage points. There can be no doubt what happened. George Floyd, … Continue reading Protests Accross the Country

Senator Loeffler’s Quid Pro Quo

Kelly Loeffler broke into politics, just months ago. She is a Republican from Georgia who was appointed by Governor Brian Kemp, (cheater) to fill a vacancy in the Senate. Having had no political experience, she previously served as CEO of Bakkt, a subsidiary of a commodity and financial service provider called Intercontinental Exchange. Loeffler is … Continue reading Senator Loeffler’s Quid Pro Quo

The Mob is Out of the Closet

Attorney General Bill Barr made clear during his confirmation hearings that he believes a president of the U.S. has unlimited power. The fact that the constitution delegates three co-equal branches to govern is irrelevant in his eyes and he has worked to delegitimization Congress, and weaponize the Judicial branch since his swearing-in. This week, Republican … Continue reading The Mob is Out of the Closet

This Has Not Been My Favorite Week

I can’t seem to pull my thoughts together this week. It’s my ACDC, or maybe it’s the overwhelming amount of political criminal behavior in the news that has gotten to me. The bad guys are winning—for now. This story is heartbreaking. Video footage of the murder of a 25-year young black man, Ahmaud Arbery, jogging … Continue reading This Has Not Been My Favorite Week

Bill Barr’s Overreach of Authority

Dare I say it? After a freefall into authoritarianism, USA Today offers a light breeze to ease our fall. There may be justice yet. You probably saw yesterday’s headlines, first 1,100 former DOJ officials demanded Attorney General (not an actual General) Bill Barr step down. A few hours later the number spiked to 2,000 former … Continue reading Bill Barr’s Overreach of Authority

Trump Tries to Slither Out of Another Lawsuit

I’m tired of watching Trump evade the law. Don the-Con is an old pro at lawsuits. While normal parents taught their children skills like manners, reading and elocution, Big Daddy Trump was teaching his spawn to manipulate and evade the law. His history of abusing the court system dates back to 1973, and resulted from … Continue reading Trump Tries to Slither Out of Another Lawsuit