Based on newly discovered emails, FBI Director James Comey is re-opening the investigation into Secretary Clinton’s email server.
In a letter to Congress, Director Comey could not spell out exactly what is contained in the new documents without further investigation. However, in a statement to … Read More
While there is no photographic evidence, Paul Ryan continues to suffer the results of his deal with the devil.
Courtesy Dan Piraro, Bizarro.com
Once the House Speaker walked onto the stage of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, his fate was sealed.
“Democracy is a … Read More
This is what passes for “gotcha” journalism.
WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange has delivered on his promise and released thousands of e-mails, hacked from Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta, everyday in October.
The Clinton campaign will neither confirm nor deny their authenticity. So, this brings up … Read More
The weather was a breezy sixty-five degrees that day. Amidst a raging war, the featured speaker took his place near the front of a crowd of hundreds who had gathered to hear the solemn words. Looking at his carefully prepared notes, a hushed silence came … Read More
These are, without a doubt, the Holy Grail of cultural and political questions of the moment:
How does Trump appeal to his supporters?
Why do supporters continue to stand by him when he lies – even when confronted with the facts – more than any … Read More
Citizen Kane follows the life and political campaign of an arrogant, populist millionaire who runs for governor on promises to help the “the working man,” only to be defeated by a sex scandal. Is art reflecting reality or is reality affecting art?
Director Orson Wells … Read More
On October 4, The New York Times reported a new war. The combatants are WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange on one side and Google, mass surveillance, war, oil, the United States election and Hillary Clinton, on the other.
Speaking from his Berlin bunker (aka, the … Read More