This week, I’m on vacation, visiting the nation’s capitol, Washington, D.C. Luckily, a friend lives in Silver Spring, MD, so I have a place to bunk while I traipse about the City and its environs. This is my third year
It has been widely reported that the filing of Special Counsel Robert S. Muller, III’s “final” report is imminent. Meanwhile, the House continues a vigorous investigation into all matters Trump, as the SDNY (Southern District of New York, the US
The BLUE WAVE continues to roll, leaving ripples on the shore and many questions and races yet to be decided, the most publicized of which are the Governors races in Florida and Georgia, Senate races in Florida and Arizona, and
In a kinder, gentler time (read pre-Trump) the confirmation process for nominees to the US Supreme Court has been a mostly genteel procedure. In my lifetime there has been only one other hotly contested nominee, Robert Bork, who was nominated
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.
Let me be clear. I have really good health insurance, provided through my retirement from the City and County of San Francisco. In May of next year I turn 65 and Medicare becomes my primary health insurance. Even with my
On Wednesday, June 7, the Senate Intelligence Committee held a hearing into the ongoing probe into allegations that Russia interfered with the 2016 presidential election and whether there was collusion between the Russian Government and the Trump campaign. Before the