Category Archives: Affairs of State

“You Can Fool Some of the People All the Time” — Has Trump Won?

“You Can Fool Some of The People All the Time” — Has Trump Won? President Lincoln might have said this, but Trump, and his cohort, and his Party, and his Fox News, live it.  As long as 90% of them … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving for Environmental Actions

Thanksgiving for Environmental Actions While many (most) environmental articles are negative, there is yet an abundance of research, knowledge, education, plans and commitments to solve these problems, especially climate change.  We can celebrate these for Thanksgiving. First of all, the … Continue reading

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Trump’s Wall Wall.

Trump’s Wall-Wall, or Double Wall, or Kushy Wall, or Jared’s Wall, take your pick, or create your own. A hundred dollar saw has now defeated Trump’s 2,000 mile, most beautiful 30 or 40 foot high wall ever, all concrete, impervious … Continue reading

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Trump’s Impeachment Shorts

Trump Shorts, Going Far Back in Time, for a Whole Week As usual, Trumpworld moves too fast, into realms beyond imagination. Was it Rick Perry’s corruption in Ukraine that Trump knew about and used to force him to say that … Continue reading

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The Whistleblower Saved Trump from Fulfillment and Impeachment

The Whistleblower Saved Trump From Fulfillment and Impeachment If the Latin don’t rhyme, there was no crime.   The Republican dodge on impeachment is that no crime was committed, so you cannot impeach the President.  Of course, attempts to commit … Continue reading

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Is the Senate Capable of Conducting a Fair Impeachment Trial?

Is the Senate Capable of Conducting a Fair Impeachment Trial? As a previous Professor, I of course always am concerned with the educational backgrounds of people to fill certain positions.  This of course has to be time weighted, since in … Continue reading

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Trump’s Criticism of Ambassador Yovanovitch

Trump’s Criticism of Ambassador Yovanovitch Trump’s justified his twittering denigration of our former Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, as exercising his “free speech”.  He said that things “turned bad” when she was ambassador to Somalia.  Trump’s critics have said that … Continue reading

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Would Trump’s Stonewallers Have to Take the Fifth?

Would Trump’s Stonewallers Have to Take the Fifth? It could be that nothing is really lost by the Trump blocked testimony of the Stonewallers.  They were so close to the blackmail or bribery or collusion or extortion or unjustified firings … Continue reading

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America’s Plethora of State Departments

America’s Plethora of State Departments No, I don’t mean departments of the State Department, I mean separate and conflicting “State Departments”.  This is why the Ukrainian Affair(s) are so complicated.  Let me just list them for brief.  Those that have … Continue reading

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The Threats of Trump’s Secret Server, HAL, and A.I.

The Threats of Trump’s Secret Server, HAL, and AI. Several words are being used to describe the secret server or code-guarded server in the White House.  I’m pretty sure it has some multi-letter military abbreviation, which is also not a … Continue reading

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