Because I am lazy as well as often busy (believe it or not), most posts are generated in Twitter. Go to the blog post excerpts below the Twitter feed for the occasional scholarly discussion/ diatribe/ unhinged rant.
The only comment I will make today about the political status of the nation is that each day Trump is getting a little closer a little faster each day to his inevitable bevy of indictments. Today, a judge ordered John Eastman to turn over 33 emails exempt from attorney-client privilege to the Jan. 6 committee.
It has been almost exactly a year since my last post, but I hope to post more frequently now. After Biden’s victory, I felt more at ease than I had in years, but my tension is ramping up once again with the slow progress of both the House and DOJ investigations into the insurrection and with the increasingly insane dissolution of the Republican party, which I could once respect, even though I seldom agreed with their viewpoints…Keep reading
I am updating the website shop, eliminating many anti-Trump items that had the date of the presidential election on them and bringing in items concerning current events. I will still be blogging occasionally, but much of the focus from now into the foreseeable future will be in merchandising items centered…Keep reading
After mulling it over for most of yesterday, a plausible reason for Barr’s quick meeting with McConnell dawned on me: Barr was probably advising McConnell to brace himself for the fallout from the oncoming election fraud investigation. Here is how I envision Barr’s last few days–hypothetically. The actual events would…Keep reading
In this video, former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner talks on whether Trump can be prosecuted by the Southern District of New York during the lame duck period.Keep reading
this is a pretty wild compilation pic.twitter.com/M3qO7RDN03 — Adam Parkhomenko (@AdamParkhomenko) August 21, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Let no one deceive you, Ted Cruz, Susan Collins, Rand Paul, Glenn Beck, and many others in the GOP knew what Trump was when they override common sense and decency to support him in 2016…Keep reading
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