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This Week In Russiagate, August 4, 2017 Edition

Congress and the 45th* President of the United States have left Washington, D.C. for extended summer vacations. The Republican Congressional leadership and the Republican President hope to escape their epic failures to legislate over the first 200 days of the 115th Congress and this, the 45th President’s, administration. This Week In Russiagate takes a look... Continue Reading →

The Epic Failure of The GOP

MSNBC has reported that Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has said that if there was a real Republican in the White House, he probably would have voted for the Skinny Repeal Bill that was defeated early this morning in the United States Senate by a 51 to 49 margin. No matter, as Senator McCain joined Republican... Continue Reading →

Why We Want The ACA, Not Single Payer

Healthcare through a single payer system is not what most Americans want. The so called, Medicare for all, is also not what most Americans want. Americans need choices when it comes to our healthcare. The ACA is what we want, what needs to stay, and as Congressman Hakeem Jeffries, (D-NY), has said, “Mend it, don’t end it.”... Continue Reading →

This Week In Russiagate, Bastille Day Edition

Air Force One was wheels up on Wednesday evening, July 12, 2017, en-route to Paris, France.  The President, who just returned form a European vacation for his first ever meeting last week with Vladimir Putin at the G-20, was once again Europe bound looking forward to the pomp and circumstance of Bastille Day celebrations as the... Continue Reading →

This Week In Russiagate, Sitting Down With Putin

The scheduling for this year’s G-20 meeting could not have come at a better time for the new President of the United States, as Congress was in recess for the July Fourth holiday vacation. With no witnesses appearing at any of those pesky Congressional hearings, the President began the week insulting the United States intelligence... Continue Reading →

Our First Fourth Under 45th*

The Fourth of July is the day on which we celebrate the accomplishments of our Founding Fathers. The Continental Congress unanimously approved the resolution for independence from Great Britain, then approved the Declaration of Independence two days later on July 4, 1776. The architects who built our nation put lifetimes worth of effort, planning, and... Continue Reading →

This Week In Russiagate, June 30, 2017 Edition

Last week, Jeh Johnson, the former Department of Homeland Security Secretary, told the House Intelligence Committee, “Vladimir Putin himself, orchestrated cyberattacks on our nation for the purpose of influencing our election -- plain and simple.” Despite the admission by Secretary Johnson, despite the months of refusal by the now 45th* President of the United States... Continue Reading →

This Week In Russiagate, June 16, 2017 Edition

This was yet was another whirlwind week in the ever expanding investigation into Russiagate. There was the breaking the news that 45th* President of the United States has been sued by the Attorneys General of the District of Columbia and the State of Maryland claiming violation of the Constitution’s emoluments clause.  Lost in the shuffle... Continue Reading →

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