When special counsel Robert Mueller’s report comes out --- and most accounts say it will be soon --- it most likely will read like a prosecutor’s opening and closing statements, one-sided arguments devoid of exculpatory evidence.
Today's Commentary --- Ken Starr on the FBI: "WHO DO THEY THINK THEY ARE?" -- Tennis great Martina Navratilova under fire for commenting on trans athletes -- We Watch The Oscars So You Don't Have To -- 2020 Campaign Slogan Suggestion --- Insane scenario resurfaces -- The truth behind "Democratic" socialism -- Big salute for Rep. Adam Kinzinger -- A common symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome -- Evening Edition -- Daily Verse
Today's Commentary --- The big question: Why did James Baker change his mind on indicting Hillary? -- "Huckabee" Preview -- Virginia scandal update -- Electoral College Update --- Laura Ainsworth responds to a reader comment on her “Michelle O” prediction... -- The truth behind "Democratic" socialism -- Bernie 2.0 -- A common symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome -- Evening Edition -- Daily Verse
Yesterday’s commentary about former FBI General Counsel James Baker’s testimony that he argued with then-FBI Director James Comey about whether Hillary should be indicted on the Espionage Act left us with one huge question –- one I think we have the answer to.
In a welcome court ruling, a federal judge in Philadelphia dismissed a lawsuit by two boys, ages 7 and 11, backed (some might say “used”) by environmental groups, against President Trump for rolling back Obama-era climate change regulations.