Timely Reads

Today, Trump launches his re-election campaign (we thought that started a while back — seems it’s all he’s been doing). Rally in Orlando where the Orlando Sentinel greeted him this morning with this Editorial: Our Endorsement for President: Not Donald Trump. Meanwhile, a freshman representative from a purple district became the 67th Congressperson to call […]

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Trump Can’t Discuss Russian Attacks

This morning, we’re hit with further evidence that the President is not faithfully executing his office — as he swore he would do when he was inaugurated. Furthermore, his unelected aides are running the country because Trump cannot. Even though the Department of Homeland Security has primary responsibility for civilian cyberdefense, former DHS Secretary Nielsen […]

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Lawlessness Continues

We don’t need to rely only on the indictable instances of Obstruction of Justice set out in the Mueller Report. (Mueller Report, Vol. II) The Trump Administration’s obstruction and corruption continues unabated. Over just the last 24 hours, this happened: The Trump administration refused to comply, for a second time, with a deadline to release […]

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Americans Aren’t Buying “Total Exoneration”

Here’s what’s behind Trump’s tweet storm: Americans aren’t buying that the Mueller Report “totally exonerated” him. We need to keep up pushing back against the Trump/GOP storyline of exoneration, which Attorney-General Barr launched with his four-page misleading summary of the Mueller Report on March 24. The Barr Summary has not withstood the test of time. […]

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President’s plans just another threat to hurt US

As you know, President Trump has threatened to close the Mexican border. Trump believes that closing the border will solve all our problems with illegal immigration, drugs and human trafficking. Once again Trump, the stable genius, has saved the day. So therefore, why don’t we just go with that? And simply close the Mexican border? […]

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Quotations of the Week

Here’s our challenge these next two years: We must scrub the stains of Trump’s corruption from our democracy. BUT we must not be so jaded by that duty that we stop believing our future can be brighter than our past. It still is. ~ Rep. Eric Swalwell Richard Nixon obstructed justice to cover up a […]

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“Individual 1” is POTUS

Read today’s news in its original form — no slant or analysis. These are the actual court documents filed today by prosecutors: The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Sentencing Memo for Cohen Special Counsel Mueller’s sentencing memo on Michael Cohen Special Counsel Mueller’s memo on Paul Manafort violating his plea agreement

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How to get away with almost anything

How to get away with murder. In fact, you can get away with almost anything; just follow these four easy steps: 1. Lie about it, persistently and emphatically 2. Call it a witch hunt, a smear campaign, or a hoax 3. Claim that the Democrats orchestrated it or made it up 4. Wait for the […]

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Not Normal

Earlier this week, after an 18-month investigation, the New York Times revealed that the President of the United States committed hundreds of millions of dollars of tax fraud – possibly one of the biggest scandals in the history of the Presidency – and a few days later we’re no longer talking about it. The fact […]

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Trump’s “America First” Policy Is Putting America Last

Trump’s foreign policy is a reckless, unfolding disaster. It’s isolating the United States and hurting our economy. Long-time allies are remaking their alliances without us. Trump killed his Korea summit with rushed negotiations,  lack of message discipline, conflict among his senior aides, and the general absence of the meticulous planning that typically leads to diplomatic […]

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