We all need to unplug occasionally. As of late, I can barely process my own family's drama, let alone that of the country in which I live, or the world beyond it. My recent back surgery, as well as another (still unresolved) health issue, forced me to ignore all news, including political events. I regretted … Continue reading What Happened to U.S.?
Yesterday, December 23, day two of pardonpalooza, saw 26 more full pardons and three individual sentences that were fully or partially commuted. That followed Tuesday's warm-up exercise when Trump issued 15 pardons and five commutations. Three notable pardons on day two were Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner, and Roger Stone. Seeing Paul Manafort pardoned was particularly … Continue reading Grumpy Grampa’s Revenge Hell- Day II
The Impeachment Inquiry Report has been released to the public by the House Intelligence Committee. The report describes depositions given during two weeks of public hearings, the testimony of numerous credible witnesses which corroborated a whistleblower report that outlined tRump’s attempts to “use the powers of his office to solicit foreign interference on his behalf … Continue reading House Intelligence Committee “Trump-Ukraine Impeachment Inquiry Report” Released
Another subpoena deadline has come and gone, this one ignored by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Pompeo was ordered to present documents related to Trump's attempts to extort assistance of the Ukrainian government to dig up dirt on the person he considers his most formidable political opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, and his son, … Continue reading Pompeo Joins the Line
Clear your calendars for Wednesday. Tell your Trump-supporting acquaintances, your politically apathetic friends, and the willfully disinterested who don't realize our country is in a sinkhole, that Special Counsel Robert Mueller will finally testify. Republican’s in Congress are preparing to use their allotted time to paint Robert Mueller, a Republican war hero, as biased, and … Continue reading Mueller will Testify on Wednesday
While I finished up my post on Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein yesterday, Secretary of Labor, Alex Acosta, was giving a press conference. The reason for the meeting, one would imagine, was to fight the fire that was lit by the fearlessness and hard work of Miami Herald Reporter, Julie K Brown. Her flare caught the public … Continue reading Alex Acosta Ablaze