The US shot down a Syrian jet, Russia has threatened to retaliate if we enter a certain Syrian airspace and cut cooperative defensive communications. How has the US President responded to this threat? He hasn't said a word to the... Continue Reading →
There is a fitting irony that Trump's tweets are both part of the offense with which he is charged and what is destroying his own legal defense. All Americans should look at this behavior and ask themselves: "If he can't control himself under these circumstances, and isn't smart enough to ask for help, then how can he possibly be an effective leader?"
When the Governor of Florida, Rick Scott, sign HB-7069 yesterday he cemented his legacy as the father of corporate education in Florida. The legislation is a sweeping education reform that sets aside $419 million dollars for charter schools, scales back... Continue Reading →
In a court of law, prosecutors try to establish motive and opportunity, as well as discuss evidence. .... Mueller will determine the outcome, and has the mandate and latitude to go where the evidence points.
The United States since Jan 20, 2017: This list of shame goes on and on, and I haven't mentioned Russia-gate yet.
So far, Trump's path has crossed that of three justice officials whose positions did not survive the encounter. Namely: Preet Bharara, Sally Yates, and James Comey.
The steps in the "How to become a successful dictator" primer include: .... So, what are republicans doing with their power?