Whenever a controversy erupts, why do democrats seem to always circle their wagons and protect each other, whereas republicans will immediately eat their own? Is it part of the loyalty pledge? What causes one party to act out of self-preservation while the other seems bent on self-destruction? The Democrat Party has long prided itself on its… Continue reading What’s wrong with the GOP?
Earlier today, much of our collective breaths were held as FBI Director James Comey took to the microphones to discuss the finality of the investigation into then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. One line stood out prominently in his opening comments: No one knows what I am about to say. Really?… Continue reading Hillary’s email server: willful deceit or gross negligence?
I am not a Trump enthusiast. I am not anti-Trump either. I am trying to look at this from a pragmatic perspective and determine how we got to this point in our current political process. Trump is the symptom of a larger ailment plaguing both parties, but, more specifically, the Republican party. We cannot fault Trump… Continue reading Term limits; or, How to win my vote and prevent the do-nothing climate that led to Trump