I Miss Indictment Fridays

This has been another week full of distractions, so let’s review a few events you may have missed: Bill Barr wouldn't allow Paul Manafort to go to a Rikers Island prison. I didn't think he can do that, but what do I know? Barr had a busy week because while he was protecting a nefarious … Continue reading I Miss Indictment Fridays

KAGA Trump Re-election

Last night in Orlando, in an arena with enough seats for just 20,000 people, Trump so like Jesus, somehow managed to host 100,000 and still have empty seats. Trump has a new slogan: "Keep America Great," as seen in the photo, above and below an abandoned section. What great news! We had achieved the elusive … Continue reading KAGA Trump Re-election

The Mueller Report is Free on Audible

Hi friends, I have a public service announcement. I may be the last one to know, but I want to pass on the information: the audio version of the Mueller Report is available for free on Audible-- not just a sample, the full report, no strings. The Audible App is free. I hope the link … Continue reading The Mueller Report is Free on Audible

Trump, McConnell, and Blackburn— This Week’s Tridefector

Senate Majority Reaper Mitch McConnell’s blocking of the Bill to secure our elections is treasonous, in my opinion. Now we have reports of McConnell taking money from voting machine lobbyists. (See link below.) Are you numb yet? I’m getting numb. With this week’s surprising vote, we learned that Mitch has a new ally in Congress. … Continue reading Trump, McConnell, and Blackburn— This Week’s Tridefector

Trump Shows Us Who He Is

On June 12, 2019, Donald J Trump told George Stephanopoulos, on camera, he would accept information offered by any foreign adversary, (North Korea, China, Russia), to use against a political opponent. Trump would welcome help from a hostile power to stay in office, including hacked materials. He said it on camera. He appears to have … Continue reading Trump Shows Us Who He Is

Gagging the House

Georgia, Georiga, no peace I find... ray charles georgia on my mind - Google Search Georgia has given us so much to discuss of late. Brian Kemp, the Secretary of State who ran the gubernatorial race in which he was a candidate, winning against the favored candidate, Stacy Abrams, by unscrupulous means, (disenfranchising voters was … Continue reading Gagging the House