Rudy Knows “WHAT”; but, Seems Not To Know “HOW”

Rudy Giuliani is correct; the Mueller inquisition needs to end, but media is not the appropriate forum; for that or any other legal discussion concerning the President. The correct action is for the President to instruct Attorney General Sessions to require Mueller to show evidence that the 2016 election results are invalid; or concede that…

Mueller Tries Another TRICK; Will Trump Fall For It?

President Trump needs to realize two facts if he has any hopes of serving his full term. One: Robert Mueller’s sole objective is to end his presidency; it has nothing to do with Russia. Trump is the President of the United States; Mueller’s BOSS. He does not have to answer any questions for Mueller concerning any…

Sessions vs The Welfare Crowd

Nita Lowey and Evan Jenkins are two of the five hundred thirty five welfare recipients; euphemistically referred to as “congress”; who live exceptionally well, and amass personal wealth, receiving nearly $200k minimum from taxpayers; while doing nothing except campaign and posture for reelection and party majority in congress. Instead of working out immigration legislation or…

The Judge Kimba Show

Judge Kimba Wood justifying her decision by saying, “…you’ve miscited the law ” is not unlike Alex Trebek disqualifying a Jeopardy contestant’s response because “it was not in the form of a question”; and dispels any doubt the the courtroom is not about justice, it is a game show, and the litigants are merely game pieces.…

Are Trump’s Missing Balls in Mueller’s Pocket?

President Donald Trump has had more than a year to appreciate that, regardless of what title they may hold, everyone in the executive branch of the US federal government comes under his authority; which includes Robert Mueller. Senator Chris Coons implicitly attests to this fact in his attempt to elicit,  from the president, a commitment not…

Coons Trying To Play Trump For A Fool

Article II of the United States Constitution states, in part: This means that the President of the United States is the supreme authority over all personnel of the executive branch. It is his prerogative to direct allocations of resources and or personnel; including the dismissal of personnel, without the advice or consent of congress. To limit…