Last week, prior to the January 6 events in Washington, D.C., videos surfaced online of downright celebratory behavior on airplanes headed into Washington. There was singing, people on bullhorns leading prayer, and no complaints of passengers being kicked off of flights that made headlines. After a number of people dressedContinue Reading

After a year or more of the complete hypocrisy of social media platforms allowing all kinds of information about riots and various “unrest” around the country to be freely shared to all and sundry in direct violation of so-called “community standards,” those same social media giants in the last fewContinue Reading

In one of the more interesting twists of the political week, and that’s saying something right now, the @realDonaldTrump Twitter account published a sort of bombshell. To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) JanuaryContinue Reading

We the People have had enough. That should be the message that Congress gets loud and clear. We the People have had enough, and we’re not going to take it anymore. Following a perfectly peaceful event at the Ellipse near the White House in Washington, D.C., a crowd at leastContinue Reading

In the battle of information regarding who is the deep state, who isn’t, and what the sins of the accused seem to be, the social media platform Twitter seems to be the battleground. Those who hang out in that forum of sorts are long accustomed to President Donald Trump makingContinue Reading

Since election night, November 3, when several states quit counting votes all at the same time with President Trump in substantial leads in all of them, only for the counting to resume in the early hours of the morning with the lead not only gone, but in former Vice PresidentContinue Reading

The final results of the 2020 election have not been decided and already the people who live in the neighborhood where Mar-A-Lago is are petitioning for the Trump family to be barred from living there permanently when they leave the White House. According to the Washington Post, which is notContinue Reading

With all of the election mess swirling around the president, his administration, and family, the last thing he needs is personal legal trouble, but that’s what the District Attorney in Manhattan is busy doing – stirring the pot and investigating the president’s private affairs. At least, that’s what the headlinesContinue Reading