Attempted ISIS linked bombing lacks coverage

To give a little background, here's some of the story from Fox News. "A Utah teenager on Monday tried to blow up his high school with a homemade bomb, police said. The same student, police said, hoisted a flag supporting the terror group ISIS last month. "Based on our investigation we can confirm this was … Continue reading Attempted ISIS linked bombing lacks coverage

Advertisements

Coverage of the Republican Memo

Note: This article is based on information available at 12:40pm. As time passes, the below descriptions are likely to change and no longer reflect the present coverage. The memo is released and immediately the media starts reporting. It's been interesting to follow the reporting. The result is that Fox News and POLITICO are somehow able to get this public … Continue reading Coverage of the Republican Memo

If the Washington Post is correct, Mueller is breaking Federal Law

Because of the summer, I haven't been able to post as much as I'd like. However, I would like to give my brief thoughts on the latest update in the Trump-Russia investigation. Of course, the investigation is no longer, and never was, investigating Trump personally colluding with Russia. Instead, it has taken a look at … Continue reading If the Washington Post is correct, Mueller is breaking Federal Law

Ingersoll v. Arlene’s Flowers: Discrimination or Religious Liberty?

"I'm not asking for anything that our Constitution hasn't promised me and every other American: the right to create freely, and to live out my faith without fear of government punishment or interference," Barronelle Stutzman said when addressing the public after the recent verdict in a lawsuit concerning her flower shop. Stutzman is a florist … Continue reading Ingersoll v. Arlene’s Flowers: Discrimination or Religious Liberty?

CalExit, if they don’t get what they want, they want to leave

What is the sixth largest economy in the world with a population larger than Poland? France? Maybe Australia? No, it’s California folks! And the “Yes California” campaign is trying to realize California’s potential as its own country. Strengthened by the successful Brexit vote earlier this year, interest is very high now that Donald Trump won … Continue reading CalExit, if they don’t get what they want, they want to leave

The Electoral College: What it is, why we need it, and different ways to do it

Many are up in arms, hopefully not those second amendment arms (#PortlandOR), about the fact that Hillary Clinton lost the presidency to Donald Trump through the electoral college. The truth is, that based on the most recent data, Mr. Trump lost the popular vote by 400,000 votes, which in the big scheme of things, millions … Continue reading The Electoral College: What it is, why we need it, and different ways to do it