Today’s Whistleblower Attacks Are The Last Straw. Mr. Trump, “You’re Fired!”

The tweets below from President Donald Trump are troubling in so many ways. Trump begins his attacks with something he has made a regular feature of his tweets lately, no doubt both in preparation for the 2020 election season and in an effort to discredit the hurricane of scandals currently encircling him. He links "Radical... Continue Reading →


If People Only Stopped Clicking…

As many of you know, since the 2016 election season made politics a taboo subject for many people on Facebook, I limit political posts to my website ( and only share articles posted on that site to a dedicated Facebook page I set up for such content. Except today. I want to share a little... Continue Reading →

Ed Rendell Is Back, And Back On The Attack

On the eve of the 3rd Democratic debate, Ed Rendell (former Pennsylvania Governor, former Philadelphia Mayor & District Attorney, and former DNC Chairman) penned a Washington Post op-ed attacking Senator Elizabeth Warren over campaign contributions and defending former Vice President Joe Biden against her attacks. Here's the thing: he is not wrong. The substantive point... Continue Reading →

Obstinate Trump Imperils Our Economy

Today, the Federal Reserve promised to do its job, to "sustain the expansion" of the economy. They rebuked President Donald Trump with their plan. One line in the description of the struggle between the president and the central bank tells all that needs to be told about the Trump mindset: “While most business leaders and... Continue Reading →

Thanks for Nothing, Guys.

This weekend, filmmakers Ron Howard and Brian Grazer announced that if the recently signed "heartbeat bill" takes effect in Georgia, they will not film in the state anymore. They will, however, begin filming their next movie (Hillbilly Elegy) in Georgia next month. Production on that film will wrap well before the tentative January effective date... Continue Reading →

The Big Lie Bernie Sanders Keeps Repeating

On April 3, 2016 Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) sat for an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper. Sanders was seeking the Democratic nomination for president. Sanders was on a roll, having won five contests in a row at that point: Idaho, Utah, Alaska, Hawaii, Washington. Two days after that interview, he would pull-off a stunning defeat... Continue Reading →

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