President Trump pardon possibilities over his final month in office

There now remains just over one calendar month in the controversial American presidency of Donald J. Trump. One of the final tasks that he will perform is one that will make a significant impact in the lives of a number of American citizens. As with all of his predecessors in modern times, the President is … Continue reading President Trump pardon possibilities over his final month in office

There should be no debate: we need to talk about guns

This past Wednesday was marked by the convergence of a number of happenings on the same day. Lovers and wannabe's were celebrating Valentine's Day. Western Christianity was marking the beginning of Lent on Ash Wednesday. And at camps in Florida and Arizona, many Major League Baseball teams were opening their spring training. But for many … Continue reading There should be no debate: we need to talk about guns

2017 American of the Year: Donald Trump

  It's hard to imagine any first-year American President having to cope with partisan trials such as Donald Trump was forced to endure in office during 2017. Trump was sworn-in back in January as the first-ever President of the United States to not previously have been an elected politician or serve in the American military … Continue reading 2017 American of the Year: Donald Trump

Dems keep throwing curves, Trump keeps taking them deep

Democrats have tried nearly everything within their power during 2017 to discredit President Donald J. Trump. Still obviously butt-hurt after Hillary Clinton's stunning (to them)┬ádefeat last November, they have refused to simply play the role of gallant opposition party. The Dems could have decided to put forth their own agenda, their own vision for the … Continue reading Dems keep throwing curves, Trump keeps taking them deep