The Trump administration – which we can’t seem to turn the page on – is increasingly looking like a bad mob movie. My constantly referring to it as an organized criminal enterprise seems more appropriate with each passing day. Continue reading Leaks And Taps
Everything is running a little late in 2020. Despite the fact that it is July it is still Supreme Court watching time with several important decisions still to be announced. The Court has sent a few largely ignored signals and added to them last week. Let’s explore. Continue reading Don’t Count On This Court
There are a plethora of candidates for the biggest political story of last week. Who is in charge at SDNY? That is probably far from answered even at this publishing; certainly not at this writing. Then there is what happened at the Trump rally in Tulsa (a/k/a Coronapalooza); that event hasn’t even taken place as I pen this. I decided to focus on the Supreme Court’s DACA “decision”. That word is in quotes for good reason. Let’s explore. Continue reading An Unclear And Dangerous Road
You don’t have to agree with every stance a politician takes. But if a politician wants to gain the endorsement of tellthetruthonthem.com they have to earn it with their actions. Keep the words integrity and courage in mind as you read this endorsement of Alabama’s junior Senator Doug Jones. Continue reading The 2020 Endorsement Of Doug Jones
Today is Veterans’ Day; a day Americans set aside to honor those who have served it in the uniform of its armed services. Instead of doing some puff piece I wanted to ponder the question I feel many veterans may be asking as they look at recent political events: Is this what I signed up to defend? Let’s explore. Continue reading Is This What They Signed Up To Defend?