I base my articles on fact. As a progressive the facts almost invariably reinforce my positions so I have no need to rely on myth, rumor or speculation. Today’s article is based on an opinion I keep hearing repeated by economists and journalists whose beat is the economy. If true, it illustrates another scam that Trump and his enablers are pulling on Joe Lunchbucket. Let’s explore. Continue reading Don’t Spend It Yet
On the afternoon of January 20, 2017 Donald Trump took the oath of office of the Presidency of the United States of America. Those words were his first lies in office and it hasn’t improved since. The oath reads in part, “…defend the Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies foreign and domestic, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same…” In the following paragraphs I will cite several occasions where Trump has failed. My examples are far from a complete listing. Let’s explore. Continue reading Trump’s Hollow Words
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?
Today’s is a sort of potpourri article but it has a theme. I want to explore some of the values and lies of Donald Trump and his loyal followers. Come along. Continue reading “Values” And Lies
It’s not a hard and fast rule but lately the subject of Sunday’s post is the biggest political story of the preceding week. Many would have considered President’s Trump statements that he was willing to talk to Robert Mueller’s team under oath and expected it to occur in the next two or three weeks to be the biggest story of last week. I don’t. Continue reading The Biggest Story Of Last Week Wasn’t Big