Tag Archives: David Farenthold

Closing Arguments – Part Two

Today is the second day of data driven arguments for voting and certainly not for Trump or his enablers. Tomorrow’s article with be more emotionally driven.  Let’s continue to explore. Continue reading Closing Arguments – Part Two

This Too

Today’s article is another one of the catch up variety. There should be something(s) for everyone. Let’s explore. Continue reading This Too

A Clarification And More

 

The other day I wrote one of my periodic state of the 2020 Senate races articles. In it I could have been clearer about one of the Georgia Senate seats and I want to go into more detail today. I will also use today’s article as a sort of catch up article on several other events. Let’s explore. Continue reading A Clarification And More

A Few Bucks Here; A Few Bucks There

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

OP Money

I can’t remember exactly when or where I first hear it, but I learned the expression “OP money” decades ago. The “OP” stands for other people’s. Donald Trump has spent his life playing with other people’s money and today that includes the American taxpayers’ money. Let’s explore. Continue reading OP Money