“Mueller Is ‘Going for the Kill’ on Trump-Russia Investigation, Republicans Believe: Report”p- By Jason Le Miere On 9/12/17 at 11:15 AM The above headline from a News Week report dated September 12, 2017 is inspired by an Axios report of the same date 7 months ago. And today April 12,2018, 7 months later a CNN … More “Mueller Is ‘Going for the Kill'”
The item above is dated February 2, 2018 one of the difficult to find online articles dated after January 26, 2018 more than 5 weeks since police declared the Sherman deaths to be the result of murder-suicide and so they were not seeking suspects. Today I came across a CNN article about how one of … More “The Mystery of the Sherman Murders The Fifth Estate”
All you have to do is say it and they’re gone. No law; no court no conviction: Just say it. Remember Patrick Brown. Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, in a 50-minute interview with the Star, denied the concerns raised by former staffers. “Not everybody is going to love every encounter,” she said. “I do my … More Scarlet Letter: the new weapon
Inappropriate behavior has come to appear normal among celebrity media, actors and politicians. I am surprised how widespread it is, surprised perhaps because I might have expected to witness it close up in the rock and roll world that I inhabited years ago, or maybe times have changed or maybe its something not done by … More Inappropriate Behavior/”Scarlet Letter”
I was looking for a news item captioned on Canada’s CP24 that said President Trump’s pardoning of Arpaio for his racial profiling conviction showed disrespect for the “Rule of Law” but found only this by Thompson Reuters. “Trump pardons ex-Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio – White House” All pardons show disrespect for the rule of … More Rule of Law
I’ll guess that this is the craziest thing Mr. Trump said last night in Arizona about immigrant gangs: …”This is like from a different age. We are taking these people. They don’t shoot people because it’s too fast and not painful. They cut them up into little pieces. These are animals. We are getting them … More What’s on his mind?
I published what follows soon after the president’s executive order(s) seeking a pause in re-admitting citizens from 7 Middle East nations were halted by a judge who said he was performing his constitutional duty by halting the application of the president’s executive order because of the U.S. constitution’s guarantee of equal rights. Amendment 14, … More Rule of Law/Belief