The House Judiciary Committee will detail the articles of impeachment against President Trump today. That means the House of Representatives will soon be making a historic vote. Which means we, as the citizens of this country, must make our voices… Read More ›
The Impeachment of Donald J. Trump Starts Today
The public hearings for the impeachment of Donald J. Trump are here. At long last, witnesses to his abuse of power will testify, and all Americans will have access to watching a historical moment in our nation’s history…. Read More ›
Sunday Reading: Get Ready for Impeachment Hearings
The biggest political moment of this generation has arrived. The public impeachment hearings of President Donald J. Trump begin on Wednesday. I’ve been focused much more on this past week’s election but once that was over, I turned my attention… Read More ›
Was It Me, Or Was Yesterday Crazy?
I’ve been extra busy at work this week, just as the news is getting really crazy. Honestly, yesterday was the first day in a long time where I felt like I couldn’t keep up with the onslaught of new… Read More ›
Pelosi is Ready if Trump Calls a National Emergency
Trump is trapped, which makes him really dangerous. His rally promise of a Wall became the one promise his base wants him to keep, and his base is essentially the only group of people that Trump wants to keep happy…. Read More ›
Saturday Morning Cartoons 1/26
Friday was such a huge news day that it might be easy to forget that most of the week was spent reading story after story about how the government shutdown was affecting people and services all over the country. Here’s… Read More ›
Trump’s Shutdown: One Month Later
Every day the shutdown continues, the more people will feel pain. The media is awash in shutdown stories, but this impasse is hardly old news — in fact, every day it becomes more of a red-hot poker for Americans everywhere…. Read More ›
Sunday Reading: What Caught My Eye This Week
I spend a lot of time on social media keeping up with the latest political news. That said, I really appreciate being able to take the time to read longer pieces like these and delve into a subject more deeply…. Read More ›
When Should Impeachment Begin?
I’ve written about the process of impeachment, but today I want to talk a bit about my evolving stance on the timing of an impeachment process. When the Democrats won the House, I knew that we’d finally have a check… Read More ›
Saturday Morning Cartoons: Shutdown Edition
This week, the editorial cartoonists were pretty focused on the government shutdown, which, as of today, is the longest shutdown in our nation’s history. By Monte Wolverton By Phil Hands, Wisconsin State Journal By Matt Davies, Newsday … Read More ›
The Senate Democrats Blocked McConnell Last Night
Did you see that the Democrats in the Senate thwarted Mitch McConnell last night? I would understand if you didn’t–most everyone was focused on Trump’s Oval Office address, whether they were watching it or not. Since the 116th Congress opened… Read More ›
How to Impeach the President
As soon as the Democrats officially gain the majority in the House when they are sworn in at the start of the 116th Congress, they’ll impeach President Trump and our national nightmare will be over, right? Sorry, but no. So… Read More ›
Who’s side is Trump on? What can we do?
If the America you woke up in today feels different than the one you woke up to yesterday, you’re not alone. Among other things, the President of the U.S.A. publicly affirmed that he believes the words of Russian President… Read More ›
What is Money Laundering and Why Has Donald Trump Been Linked to It?
UPDATE: February 27, 2020 Scotland is currently investigating whether Donald Trump purchased his golf courses in Scotland (Turnberry and Menie) with laundered money. Scottish Greens co-leader stated the purchases were “part of a huge cash spending spree in the midst… Read More ›