So much happening. So much left uncovered. Here is an attempt to somewhat rectify the latter.
Nullification: That is a word you don’t see bantered about much on the liberal side of American politics because it is a nonsense theory that is antithetical to America. It is one of the justifications white supremacists like to use to defend confederate statues. Basically it says that if you or a small group don’t like a certain law you can simply decide not to obey it. Donald Trump is attempting to take it to a whole new and much more dangerous level. He and his minions appear to want to nullify the Constitution of the United States of America. Let’s explore. Continue reading The New Nullification
Donald Trump became President of the United States as the result of what increasingly looks like a purloined election in which he failed to gain the support of the majority of the American electorate. I’m not making excuses for Hillary Clinton. It never should have been that close; she should have beaten him going away. From his campaign to this day Trump continues to engage in un-American activity. Let’s explore some of his recent exploits. Continue reading My President Continues To Engage In Un-American Activity
Last Saturday night the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner was held in Washington, D.C. Last Saturday night President Donald Trump held a rally in Washington, Michigan. Aside from the cute play on names this juxtaposition tells us a lot. Let’s explore. Continue reading One Saturday Night In Two Washingtons
I’m writing further ahead than normal. It is Monday morning and I’m already writing Thursday’s article. There were plenty of topics to choose from. When I went to bed last night this wasn’t at the top of the list. This morning I saw brief news coverage of the five living former presidents coming together for American citizens. The current occupant of the White House basically mailed it in. I feel old because I can still remember when American presidents regardless of Party we leaders. Let’s explore. Continue reading I Remember When American Presidents Were Leaders