In a Hail Mary play in the last seconds of the 4th quarter of the consideration of Brett Kavanaugh for appointment to the US Supreme Court, Democrats have thrown their entire pot of pasta against the wall hoping that something
This week, on Thursday, the United States Senate will bring to the floor the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court. Over the past several weeks, during his hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, the debate has raged
Just this week, the Trump administration suffered yet two more “setbacks.” The publication of Bob Woodward’s new book, “FEAR,” and the publication of an anonymous op-ed piece in the New York Times by a highly placed official in the Trump
Friday, the remains of Senator John McCain of Arizona lay in state in the Rotunda of the United States Capitol. The media has told us that only 30 others have been so honored. What does it mean to lie
BIG NEWS. (No, not FAKE NEWS.) POTUS has nominated 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Justice, and devout Catholic, Brett Kavanaugh to fill the seat recently vacated by Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, who was cajoled into resigning so POTUS could pack
The Filibuster A Senator can debate an issue for as long as he or she wants. There are no time limits. But each Senator may rise to debate an issue only once. The filibuster is a neat little procedural trick
Early last year, when the Senate was considering the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, I posted a long entry, explaining the workings of the filibuster in the Senate. You can read it at at the link. The filibuster.
It all started with tariffs on steel and aluminum–on even our closest allies. Then, Canada pushed back. So did China. According to a CNN report on June 15: Beijing said Friday it will fight back with tariffs of its own.
While the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre and his parrot, Donald Trump, talk about arming teachers and “hardening targets,” just remember this: With an active shooter in progress, armed Broward County Sheriff’s deputies took up defensive positions outside the school, refusing to
Sad. Traumatizing. Disheartening. Disbelief. Pride. Just a few of the emotions I have experienced over the last 11 days from over 2500 miles away from the Parkland, Florida shooting. Sad that it has happened again; traumatizing for the students faculty