Of late I’ve compared Russiagate to a baseball game. Following along with that metaphor Thursday was the bottom of the second inning, albeit a wild half frame. Let’s explore. Continue reading Wild Bottom Of The Second
Tag Archives: conspiracy
On Sunday March 24th President Trump’s sycophant Attorney General Bill Barr issued his infamous book report proclaiming Trump innocent of conspiracy (or collusion as the right calls it) and obstruction of justice. A significant portion of the American electorate was fooled into accepting the book report and feels no need to read the book. That put Trump on the biggest sugar high of his presidency. In less than 48 hours Trump confounded political strategists on both sides of the aisle by declaring war on Obamacare. Let’s explore. Continue reading Bring It!
Confused But Not Amused
It’s late Friday afternoon, Congress has gone home for the weekend, I have a lot planned for tomorrow and at 1am EST Sunday my readers are going to expect a new posting that most likely covers the biggest American political story of the week just ended. What am I to do? I’ll write it now. If you’ll come along you’ll see my latest remarks on the Trump Shutdown 3.0 (and perhaps a few other tidbits too tempting to pass up). Continue reading Confused But Not Amused
The Coming Cluster Bomb?
Today’s article is one way the Mueller probe may come to a crescendo. I can’t help but think that if I changed two words in the title (“coming” to current and “bomb” to a four letter word that violates my PG rating) I would have had to write an article about the Trump administration. Please read on and follow my speculation. Continue reading The Coming Cluster Bomb?
Justifiable Treason? No Resign!
Trump has no reasonable legal defense against the mounting evidence of his crimes. Should, as expected, the Democrats take back the House in November his only hope is the court of public opinion influencing the Senate not to convict him in an impeachment proceeding. (Should he go before a court of law it is another matter entirely.) In my opinion his strategy has a slim chance of success, but when you are down seven with seconds to go you throw the Hail Mary. Let’s explore. Continue reading Justifiable Treason? No Resign!