My guess is that we will never know the full extent of Trump’s thefts from the American people. If you are not viewing this administration as an organized criminal enterprise you are being deceived. Pilferage with immunity is relatively easy when you control the courts (the ultimate being the Senate), cops (in this case the Attorney General) and the witnesses (the most potentially damning being Executive branch employees). Today I will provide but a few examples most revealed very recently. Let’s explore. Continue reading A Few Bucks Here; A Few Bucks There
The title of today’s article basically sums up President Trump and his most vocal supporters as they have acted over the course of Coronagate thus far. There is plenty to try and unpack so let’s explore. Continue reading Incompetence, Stupidity And Evil
Both hands of the clock are about to point straight up on a sunny Sunday afternoon in the Raleigh area as I begin to pen this wondering when it will be available for you to read. Earlier this morning I went to the website to review my article scheduled for today’s publishing. (Self-editing is not recommended but my staff is composed of me, myself and I. Therefore checking the morning of publishing often yields typos that evaded me during the initial writing, editing and posting process.) When I tried to access the site all I received was a blank page. With that in mind I wanted to clear my notes with several comments. My plans are to schedule this for Monday morning posting. Let’s explore and I sincerely hope this comes to your eyeballs soon. Continue reading When Will This Be Read?
A lot of information crosses my eyes on a daily basis; in fact too much. Tuesday a tidbit came to my attention that sparked this article because I knew it wasn’t an isolated incident. Let’s explore. Continue reading Deflecting Blame
Economists always declare the starting point of a recession with the aid of the rearview mirror. I have long predicted the inevitable Trump Recession. Historians will mark its start as March of 2020. Let’s explore. Continue reading March 2020