Tag: Collusion

The Mueller Report: Top three takeaways

The Mueller Report:  Top three takeaways
I’m working my way through yesterday’s release of the Mueller Report, but I’m not a very fast reader. Even worse, I find myself staring at the opaque blocks of redactions, wondering what’s underneath. I’ll have more to say later, but there are three things in the report that every American needs to consider: 1. “The... Read more »

The case of Jussie Smollett shows the importance of questioning the unlikely claims of one man when FACTS prove otherwise

The case of Jussie Smollett shows the importance of questioning the unlikely claims of one man when FACTS prove otherwise
Like most Chicagoans (I hope), I was appalled to hear of the heinous crime perpetrated in my city as recounted by the victim, Jussie Smollet. My initial reaction was one of anger and disgust with no thought to the possibility that it was also fiction. Who would make up such a thing and for what... Read more »

Can we decriminalize rape by simply saying, "Rape is not a crime" ?

Can we decriminalize rape by simply saying, "Rape is not a crime" ?
(For Bleichy, a really cool chick and my brother-in-law, Bob.  Thanks for the encouragement) Before you go out and issue a fatwa on me, please be assured that I don’t think that rape should be decriminalized. Quite the opposite. I think rape laws should be stiffer, punishments more severe (penectomy?) and defense attorneys should not... Read more »
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Would America be surprised to find out that Sean Hannity is just another lying scumbag in the Trump Mafia?

Would America be surprised to find out that Sean Hannity is just another lying scumbag in the Trump Mafia?
Sean Hannity wants attorney client privilege with a man who he had claimed had never acted as his attorney.  Fake newscaster or soon-to-be singing canary? That’s all I’ve I got for now.  Have a good weekend. On another note, here’s a couple of book reccos for your springtime reading: For anyone who remembers Dwight Eisenhower... Read more »

With New Indictments, It Looks Like Dishonest Don Sold Out His Country Long Before He Announced His Candidacy

With New Indictments, It Looks Like Dishonest Don Sold Out His Country Long Before He Announced His Candidacy
Dishonest Don wants you to believe that the thirteen indictments announced by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Friday exonerate him. The beauty of Twitter is that you can tweet out your delusions to your heart’s content. Trump-appointed National Security Chief H.R. McMaster had another take on the indictments. According to McMaster, the evidence that... Read more »

There is No Collusion, There is No Collusion, There is No Collusion. Except That There Is

There is No Collusion, There is No Collusion, There is No Collusion.  Except That There Is
Dishonest Don can say, “There is no collusion” as many times as he wants, but it doesn’t make it any more true. It only makes it that much less believable. How many times has he said, “I’m like, really smart” when all evidence points only to staggering and disturbing ignorance? If you agree with the... Read more »
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