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
John McCain for President
It has now been over a month since Mitt Romney ended his quest for the Republican Presidential nomination, and in the ensuing month leading candidate John McCain has dominated the only remaining contender, Mike Huckabee. The nomination is McCain’s. He has earned it fair and square, by coming out as the last man standing … Continue reading John McCain for President
The great GOP race of 2008
There will be no bigger topic during the 2008 year than the U.S. Presidential election. No matter what else happens in the world this year, the selection of the person who will lead the greatest nation on the planet at this time in our world's history is going to have far-reaching effects. Those will be … Continue reading The great GOP race of 2008
Can Mike Huckabee go the distance?
Over the past month or so the nation's pundits, broadcasters, and editorialists have been broad-sided by the sudden rise in popularity among grass-roots Republican voters of former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee. Question really should be, why is this such a surprise to them? For months, Republican voters have been telling anyone who will listen to … Continue reading Can Mike Huckabee go the distance?
When good cops go bad
Pretty much all cops start out as "good cops". The vast majority start out wanting to make positive contributions in our communities. We want to make life safer and a bit easier for our families, friends, and neighbors. We want to "get the bad guys", help bring some measure of peace and justice into … Continue reading When good cops go bad