Tag Archives: politics

No collusion, no obstruction

“President Donald Trump was triumphant in the moments after the report from Special Counsel Robert Muller was released on Thursday.” click here

Questions raised about Washington State use of public funds for climate advocacy further justification for Presidential Climate Commission

“Public records also show that your Office is transferring hundreds of thousands of dollars per year in taxpayer money, including apparently a quarter of a million Washington State taxpayer dollars, to pay consultants also to promote your climate advocacy and platform (Contract Number K2191).” click here

A different perspective on transgender activism

“Four years ago, I wrote about my decision to live as a woman in The New York Times, writing that I had wanted to live “authentically as the woman that I have always been,” and had “effectively traded my white male privilege to become one of America’s most hated minorities.”

Three years ago, I decided that I was neither male nor female, but nonbinary—and made headlines after an Oregon judge agreed to let me identify as a third sex, not male or female.

Now, I want to live again as the man that I am.” click here

This is what collusion really looks like…

“Today the public interest law firm Government Accountability & Oversight, P.C. (GAO) congratulated the Virginia General Assembly for becoming the first to act in response to Michael Bloomberg’s attempt to capture attorneys general offices to pursue his ideological agenda.” click here

The time is right for a Presidential Committee on Climate Security

An independent assessment of the wild claims regarding changes in climate being made by government agencies (whose funding depends on those claims) is long overdue. See here and hear.

House investigations over-reach beyond reasonable

“Democrats on Capitol Hill are significantly expanding their investigations into President Donald Trump, now openly targeting his family and businesses–in particular, the Trump Organization.” click here

US House of Representative gun control effort one sided, prejudicial

“[T]hey didn’t want to hear all sides,” Scalise said. “They just wanted to hear the side of people who are promoting gun control. They didn’t want to hear the side of people who, in my case, it was people who used guns properly that saved my life and everybody else on that ballfield. And it happens all the time in America where people use a gun to defend themselves.” click here