This week has been another busy week for Democratic voters. With Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg taking 43 of the 64 delegates declared so far, Joe Biden has already retreated to his “firewall” of South Carolina. Even the Democratic ladies … Continue reading My Advice to Democrats: Be Selfish With Your Vote!
Wednesday, February 5th the Senate voted to acquit President Trump on both Impeachment Articles (52-48 Article I; 53-47 Article II). On Thursday President Trump held a news conference to “celebrate”, his word – not mine, his acquittal and to thank … Continue reading President Trump Acquitted: Note to Congress – GET BACK TO WORK!
I want you to stop reading this article. Seriously. Stop reading this article and go open a fresh tab or browser . . . I’ll be here when you get back. I promise. Now in that browser, head over to … Continue reading Truth In Politics – Is It Still Possible?
This week brings to a close the first week of President Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate. The Democrats lead by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer submitted 11 amendments, all of which were brought to a vote to be tabled … Continue reading SENATE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL: The Truth Of It All
Thursday marked the beginning of the Impeachment Trial of President Donald J. Trump in the Senate. As the Sergeant At Arms escorted the articles through the Capitol to deliver them to the Senate it seemed Adam Schiff (D-CALIF) could barely contain himself to keep a full on smile from his face. Instead he wore a smirk unbecoming of what Speaker Pelosi called a “somber” time. Yet Nancy couldn’t contain herself either as she smiled not only while signing the Articles of Impeachment but while handing out the pens she used as participant trophies to those she appointed to serve as … Continue reading SENATE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL: . . . And So It Begins
For many the holiday season came to an end with the drop of a ball in New York City and the kiss of a nearby loved one. The excitement and anticipation of presents and surprises now since revealed have dissipated. We now look to start the new year with our resolutions in hand and the hope that we will succeed this year in maintaining them where past attempts to do the same had failed. But failed promises to one’s self is commonplace this time of year. But what of the failed promises from the world of politics? The most recent … Continue reading Parchment Promises