The law is common sense. Yet, it is created by lawmakers who seem to be lacking any sense at all. Many of them do not understand their own laws.
Hillary Clinton, thanks to James Comey, escaped criminal prosecution for violating the Espionage Act. Now it is Comey who may have violated that same law. If he did, will Comey escape prosecution, courtesy of his good friend, Robert Mueller?
The relationship between Robert Mueller and James Comey is not a casual one.
James Comey’s public testimony exonerates President Trump of obstruction of justice.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should disqualify herself from the U.S. Supreme Court’s review of President Trump’s revised travel ban.
No act by the Trump administration, however slight, will be spared a full-throated “scandal” as declared by the media.
Robert Mueller has a serious conflict of interest that should disqualify him from serving as special counsel.
Roger Ailes understood the human frailties that afflict us all, our weaknesses and our failures.
Now, only after Comey was fired, the memo magically surfaces in an inflammatory New York Times report which alleges that Mr. Trump asked Comey to end the Michael Flynn investigation.
The great American philosopher Jeff Lebowski once said, “This is a very complicated case. You know, a lotta ins, a lotta outs, lotta what-have-yous.”