Category Archives: anti-Trump

  • Mueller Testimony Delayed

    Mueller Testimony Delayed

    Former special counsel Robert Mueller’s highly anticipated Capitol Hill testimony – originally scheduled to begin this Wednesday, July 17 — will be delayed one week under an arrangement he reached with House Democrats, the Intelligence and Judiciary committees announced last Friday ...
  • Top UK Diplomat Tears Into President Trump  

    Top UK Diplomat Tears Into President Trump  

    In a series of leaked “Diplomatic Cables” the United Kingdom’s top diplomat, Kim Darroch, Britain’s ambassador to Washington, D.C., has called President Donald Trump “inept,” “insecure” and “incompetent.” Mainstream news outlets, most notably NBC ...
  • MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace ignores our D-Day veterans

    MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace ignores our D-Day veterans

    As is my plight in life, I find it necessary to monitor ALL the news networks.  It was my sad task to watch “Deadline: White House” anchored by Nicole Wallace on the day of the 75th D-Day anniversary celebration. In all fairness I must confess that I respond to Wallace, as a person, much like ...
  • Trump Won’t Leave White House Voluntarily With Loss In 2020

    Trump Won’t Leave White House Voluntarily With Loss In 2020

    According to former Massachusetts Governor, and current Republican presidential challenger to Donald Trump, William Weld,  the president will not willingly leave the White House if he does not win the re-election in 2020. Weld made the unusual comment during a recent broadcast of  HBO’s ...
  • Democrats’ large field can be an advantage

    Democrats’ large field can be an advantage

    There are many problems associated with having a large field of presidential candidates – not the least of which is that it often results in the nomination of the most extreme – read that, unelectable – candidate. While the 18 candidates who ran for the Republican nomination in 2016 and the 23 ...
  • Barr Says Courts Are a Threat to the Presidency

    Barr Says Courts Are a Threat to the Presidency

    Attorney General William Barr has said he has noticed a “troubling trend” of nationwide injunctions issued by lower courts that have taken their toll on President Trump’s agenda and that he feels, “threaten the political process for future administrations.” Barr, who has been accused by ...
  • Dems Call for Barr’s Resignation

    Dems Call for Barr’s Resignation

    According to a breaking news story in The Washington Post, special counsel Robert Mueller wrote to attorney general William Barr on March 27, expressing his frustration at the way Barr was handling his report into Russian interference in the 2016 election, and possible obstruction of justice by ...
  • Evidence Proving Obama’s FBI Covered-UP Hillary Clinton’s Illegal Email Abuse of Private Email Server

    Evidence Proving Obama’s FBI Covered-UP Hillary Clinton’s Illegal Email Abuse of Private Email Server

    During the 2016 presidential election season, it was revealed that Hillary Clinton, while serving as Secretary of State under Barack Obama, had used a private, unsecured email server for official State Department communications, a violation of federal law. When confronted, Clinton claimed that ...
  • RIP ObamaCare

    RIP ObamaCare

    From its introduction in Congress, the Affordable Care Act (nee Obamacare) has been the subject of controversy.  It was sold to the public – and to a lot of members of Congress – on the improbable promises that all the uninsured would get good health coverage at a low cost – and any one could ...
  • Trump should accept Pelosi’s disinvitation to speak before Congress

    Trump should accept Pelosi’s disinvitation to speak before Congress

    Constitution provides that from time-to-time the President of the United States is to provide Congress with his views as to the state of the union. The report is also to inform Congress on any legislative actions he would like them to consider. The Constitution does not say how that is to be ...