A Facebook friend posted today that he’d cast his vote today, and that he’d voted with his heart. Indicating that he’d voted for one of the lesser known, or lower ranked candidates. Let me get right to the point. Unless
Let me get this right. Buttigieg, who’s got a snowball’s chance of winning the nomination (just wait for South Carolina) and Sanders (who could win the nomination) tie in the first contest of the primary season. AND EVERYONE’S FREAKING OUT.
It’s fourth and long, the 11th hour, the bottom of the ninth and yet we still don’t know if Friday will be the final day of the impeachment trial of President Donald John Trump. If I were a betting man,
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
In just over a month, thirty-three seats in the United States Senate are up for election. Of those, only 9 are held by Republicans, 24 are held by Democrats, many of whom are serving in red states. Some of them
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
Well, here we go again, racing down the rabbit hole of the 25th Amendment to the United States Constitution for at least the 2nd time during this president’s 11 months in office. Back in August 2017, I blogged “How to