Today is another one of those I need to get a lot off my chest days. There is so much on it that it feels like a heart attack in progress. It’s a sunny Saturday morning in the Raleigh area as I begin to pen this for Tuesday’s publication and I’m certain I won’t be able to cover everything that is piled up. In any event, let’s explore. Continue reading The Good News Is That It Is Not A Heart Attack
Tag Archives: Julian Assange
It’s time to do another of the seemingly endless catch up articles. I entitled today’s Troubling Tidbits because I felt that if they were almost slipping by a political junkie like me what about the average American voter? Let’s explore. Continue reading Troubling Tidbits
Round Two Commences
There have been multiple reports of the Mueller probe wrapping up and submitting a report to the Attorney General. That will happen someday but I don’t know exactly when. Regardless of what happens soon after that it is far from the end of Russiagate. In fact it will just be the end of Round One. Round Two commenced in earnest this week with the House Intelligence Committee’s requests for information from 81 persons and entities. Even this is just phase one of Round Two; expect more people and entities to receive request letters. There is a lot to explore here so let’s do so together for a bit. Continue reading Round Two Commences
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?