Forget Joe Biden’s nomination, or the historic one of Kamala Harris’ for that matter. Disregard the antics of Louis DeJoy at the USPS. Steve Bannon’s arrest was little more than an amusing and orchestrated skinny object, (more on that in a future article). The biggest story of last week was far and away the fact that the Republican controlled Senate Intelligence Committee released its long awaited report confirming the interference of a hostile foreign power in the 2016 election with the active aid of the campaign of the eventual winner. Let’s explore. Continue reading How Did This “Hide”?
By the time you read this we will most likely have 80,000 American deaths attributed to the coronavirus (that number is a severe undercount). The American justice system has problems and the current regime is exacerbating them. There has long been a disparity between the prosecution and punishment for white collar and other crimes. It is now to the point that Trump connected or condoned white collar crime goes unpunished. Unemployment is officially at Great Depression levels and increasing. If that weren’t bad enough we know the reporting system is such that the numbers do not include all the unemployed many of whom have not been able to access an overwhelmed system. Mitch McConnell, the Republican Senate Majority Leader, called his chamber back into session last week not to address any of those problems but to push often unqualified Trump nominees through. Yes, it’s that bad and come along with me as I make another, what will prove to be incomplete, attempt to catchup. Continue reading Yes, It’s That Bad
The following is the fourth installment in a series of undetermined duration and frequency about life in America after Trump (A.T.).
I hadn’t planned on writing this article for a bit yet but resurrected events have received some attention of late and it is time I expressed my opinion, how to achieve a solution and what we must first do to make it all plausible. Let’s explore. Continue reading America A. T. – Part Four
Every few days I see my notes and inbox filling up with things I want to comment on. During the Trump administration there are so many scandals simultaneously occurring that the effort always seems to fall short. I’m sure it will again today but, let’s explore. Continue reading Some Of It Anyway
It’s a cold (for the South) but sunny morning in the Raleigh metropolitan area as I write this article. I wish I could say the news and outlook in American politics were nearly as sunny. Let’s explore. Continue reading Even The “Good News” Is Tainted