Tuesday, September 29, 2020
If you wondered why you didn't hear from Mitt Romney right away about voting on Justice Ginsburg's replacement, it's because he was busy consulting his crystal ball and tea leaves. That venture concluded Tuesday morning at which time he...
I love Nicolle Wallace. Her two hour Deadline: White House is a joy to watch. The two hour format allows her to go into deeper depth on more stories, and her ability to explain positions from the view of a...
The Monday bombshell, for those of you who can still perceive concussion and feel shaking, or even care why things are falling off the shelves, is that a public relations man who works for Anthony Fauci by day, moonlights...
The roses may be yellow in Texas, but I'm wondering if the politics aren't turning a bit purple. Apparently Texas has a case of Trumphasitis, which is a rare but deadly disease where people are rendered unable to pick...
The day Supreme Court Justice  Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, before her body was even cold, Mitch McConnell announced he'd cram  a new Justice into her seat before the election, an election that has already begun as voters go to the polls...
Dear Vice President Biden and Senator Harris, I am so proud of you two. You are kicking ass and taking names, and the debates haven't even started yet! That will be a real opportunity to strut your stuff, and close the deal....
"They cover it so good," Donald Trump said of local news during another on-air therapy session disguised as an interview on Fox News, wherein the press, characterized as abusive parents, was the centerpiece of the session. Make no mistake,...
When oh when will this nightmare end? The ghost of 2016 has got everybody running around as nervous as a cat at the vet's office. Now the airwaves are filled with breast pounding and teeth gnashing about whether or...
I guess you can take the boy out of the locker room but you can't take the locker room out of the boy. Donald Trump was asked if he would pick a woman to fill the supreme court vacancy...
In some ways, making politically-based decisions  can be compared to an ongoing high-stakes chess game. In February 2016, former Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, Antonin Scalia, died. He had been described as the “intellectual anchor of the Court’s...

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