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The Pretend House Resolution Regarding the “Impeachment Inquiry”

The Pretend House Resolution Regarding the “Impeachment Inquiry” The Phony Impeachment Resolution by Pelosi and Schiff I read the proposed resolution regarding the impeachment process.  I’ve been struggling for a day to write something cogent about it and construct a thoughtful analysis.  All I’ve been able to do is see the cynical view that Pelosi, […]

Judge Finds CA “Law” on Presidential Tax Returns Unconstitutional

“Courts created under Article III of the United States Constitution are not concerned with political victories or who may or may not “win.” Instead, it is the Court’s job to make sure the Constitution wins.”   That may be the most straightforward and correct statement of law made by any of the myriad judges involved […]

Trump at the UN: Part 5, Freedom, Democracy, Human Rights and Liberty

INTRODUCTION Part 5 of a 5 Part Series This series begins with Trump at the UN: Part 1, a Tale of Two Presidents and a Vision In the final section of his address to the United Nations President Trump speaks directly to the dictators in the room and those who would be domestic dictators in […]

Trump at the UN: Part 4, The Western Hemisphere

Introduction Part 4 of a 5 Part Series This series begins with Trump at the UN: Part 1, a Tale of Two Presidents and a Vision On September 24, as President Trump addressed the United Nations he took his audience on a world tour that included China, Iran, Korea and Afghanistan.  His final stop in […]

Trump at the UN: Part 3, Iran, Korea and Afghanistan

INTRODUCTION Part 3 of a 5 Part Series This series begins with Trump at the UN: Part 1, a Tale of Two Presidents and a Vision On September 24, 2019 President Trump addressed the United Nations. This speech was largely overlooked because on the same day Nancy Pelosi announced her support of what she termed […]

Trump at the UN: Part 2, China

INTRODUCTION Part 2 of a 5 Part Series This series begins with Trump at the UN: Part 1, a Tale of Two Presidents and a Vision In 1971, for all practical purposes, China was closed to the world.  There were import/export restrictions in place and China’s access to world currency markets, particularly US dollars was […]

Trump at the UN: Part 1, A Tale of Two Presidents and a Vision

INTRODUCTION Part 1 of a 5 Part Series On September 24, 2019 I had a court matter in Dixon, IL. During the nearly two-hour drive I was able to listen to President Trump’s speech at the United Nations. (A video of President Trump’s UN speech can be found at the end of Trump at the […]

Congress Terminates Only Emergency Declaration Protecting US Citizens, Trump Vetos

The Legal Status of Presidential Emergency Powers In 1976, Congress passed the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. §§ 1601-1651).  It contains the following simple and straightforward language giving the President power to declare a national emergency: “With respect to acts of Congress authorizing the exercise, during the period of a national emergency, of any special or […]

Trump continues to play Democrats like a fiddle

There are a couple of recent happenings that I would like to highlight here. First of all, the sight of Pelosi and Schumer trying so hard to remain relevant, is amusing to say the least. Pelosi is trying to talk tough, so that her supporters in congress, and more importantly the electorate, do not get […]

America First: The MAGA Manifesto

Before Thomas Paine published Common Sense in January, 1776, no one in the British North American colonies would utter the word “Independence”.  By July 4th, a little over six months later the Continental Congress issued the Declaration of Independence. In more recent times, the concept of placing America First was something like “independence”, not to […]