Tag Archives: Tish James

Andy’s “Dick Moment”

This article is being written in early Wednesday afternoon and it is a dynamic situation.

On March 4, 2021 I published an article entitled, Silent No More, in which I advised New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo to announce that he would not seek reelection in 2022. If political lore is to be believed – and in this case it is certainly believable – Richard Nixon made his decision to resign the presidency after a meeting led by Barry Goldwater where he was informed that impeachment by the House and removal by the Senate were foregone conclusions. Continue reading Andy’s “Dick Moment”

Thoughts And Quotes

Today I have much to say and insufficient space in which to express it all. Constraints in mind, here I go on a mission destined to fail. Continue reading Thoughts And Quotes

Under The 2020 Xmas Tree

Tomorrow is Christmas Day; a traditional time for gift giving. Tellthetruthonthem.com would like to give mythical gifts to a dozen progressives (and in a few cases progressive leaning moderates).  Come along and see who and what they are.   Continue reading Under The 2020 Xmas Tree

A Joke?

Friday President Trump told a crowd at one of his pep rallies in Macon, Georgia that if he lost the election he might leave the country. Millions of Americans reacted by silently saying “Yes!” Trump’s people later said it was a joke. Where have we heard that before? President Obama could have had a second career as a standup comic; he is that talented at timing and humor. President Trump has no such career opportunity. With that in mind and perhaps anticipating another tidbit or two let’s explore. Continue reading A Joke?