Tag Archives: Congress

“Rat @#$%ing” in the 21st century: Is a President “more equal” than other, lesser mortals?

If President Donald Trump knew for months that Michael Flynn lied to the FBI, is he guilty of obstructing justice? His lawyer doesn’t think so. John Dowd reportedly told The… Read more »

If not for double standards, Alabama Republicans would have no standards at all

Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore allegedly sexually abused a then-14-year-old girl, the Washington Post reported Thursday. Moore quickly denied the allegations, calling them fake news. Many Republicans in Congress… Read more »

The Trump White House: Just when you think the bar on decency and integrity couldn’t be set lower

A LOT OF GROSSNESS oozes out of Donald Trump’s White House. Yesterday, though, something happened that I’m a bit embarrassed to say left me stunned; I say embarrassed because nothing… Read more »

The lives of unborn children? Precious. The lives of those killed by gun violence? Not so much.

In the aftermath of two recent acts of gun violence, the House GOP caucus has been inspired not to pursue gun control legislation that could prevent future mass shootings, but… Read more »

The Las Vegas shooting victims aren’t abstract concepts; their stories should be told

Remembering the victims of the Las Vegas shooting: Here are their stories https://t.co/HStc6YQAyS — Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 4, 2017 To those of you who still believe that it’s “too… Read more »

Common-sense gun control: We can have it if we can find our voice…and use it

Suggested #GunSense: 1)Tax the hell out of assault weapon ammo, 2) force owners to carry personal liability insurance for such guns,(thread) — Pam Keith (@PamKeithFL) October 2, 2017 I’ve devoted… Read more »