Tag Archives: Devin Nunes

21st Century Censorship

One of my biggest fears when Donald Trump was inaugurated was that he would circumvent the First Amendment and impose censorship. His Bubba placating wars with the media appeared to set the stage. With the benefit of about a year’s worth of hindsight it appears he is well on the way to achieving that objective to at least to the degree he deems necessary. However, he and some fellow fascists around the globe are doing it in a different way than I originally envisioned. Let’s explore. Continue reading 21st Century Censorship

Policy To Golf

It’s one of those clean up the notepad days. It is Sunday morning as I write this and there is plenty that occurred in the last few days meriting mention. Let’s explore. Continue reading Policy To Golf

Thirteen Plus Traitors?

I may be getting a bit ahead of myself as I write this article on a Tuesday morning where the news is dominated by anticipation of the State of the Union Address, but an “action in process” has me really concerned. Let’s explore. Continue reading Thirteen Plus Traitors?

Process Leads To Substance

One of the newest shell games we are getting from the Trump administration is their dodging of answering questions by accusing the media of being obsessed with process while ignoring substance. This is both hilarious and hypocritical. Let’s explore. Continue reading Process Leads To Substance

Jimmy Incomplete

The political discussion of the weekend centered on FBI Director James Comey’s letter to eight Republican Congressional Committee Chairmen. Trump supporters are generally giving him an “A” for his performance while Clinton supporters are giving him an “F”. I’m going to try and be objective in my grading. Let’s explore what we know and/or have reason to believe at this point.   Continue reading Jimmy Incomplete