I do not like the fact but at the moment Donald Trump is President of my country. He is also blatantly corrupt. That is continually illustrated even if the Republican Senate delegation, (with a “half exception” in Mitt Romney), refuse to admit it. It was proven again this week. Let’s explore. Continue reading My President Is Blatantly Corrupt
There may be a clearer contrast between two candidates for a U.S. Senate seat in 2020 than between incumbent Republican Senate Majority Leader Moscow Mitch McConnell and his Democratic challenger Amy McGrath but if there is I have yet to see it. Keeping that in mind, let’s explore. Continue reading The Endorsement Of Amy McGrath
Jeff Sessions is gone. There are rumors of Kirstjen Nielsen, John Kelly and Wilbur Ross getting canned in the very near future. My reaction is summed up by today’s sarcastic but truthful headline. Let’s explore. Continue reading Who Cares? No Great Loss!
It is early Saturday afternoon as I begin to pen this piece. Donald Trump has rescinded the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan, has come out with an enemies list and is threatening to revoke their security clearances also. Word has leaked out of the White House (located in the Hamptons this weekend) that the announcements are being held so that they can be used as news cycle distractions. In my mind that alone undermines the argument of national security. There is much more to this story, let’s explore. Continue reading The Unspoken Check
Missouri represents one of the best chances the Democrats have of picking up a Senate seat this November and they have an outstanding candidate in Jason Kander! Kander is the current Missouri Secretary of State, the youngest statewide elected official in America and if elected would be 35 when he took his seat in the United States Senate. In Kander’s case don’t mistake youth for lack of accomplishment! Continue reading The Endorsement Of Jason Kander