I haven’t read the entire indictment of Roger Stone prepared by the special counsel team, but Andrew C. McCarthy has, and he describes it as “20 pages of heavy-breathing narrative...” I think that gives us a good idea of what Robert Mueller’s final report will be like.
There are numerous theories as to why special counsel Robert Mueller and “attack dog” Andrew Weissmann did the equivalent of smashing a flea with an anvil by sending a huge team of heavily armed FBI agents in the pre-dawn hours on Friday to arrest Roger Stone and raid his home.
Excellent point by Monica Showalter at American Thinker: We have an overabundance of leftists in politics and the media who are more than happy to share their thoughts, opinions and organic pasta recipes with us on both mass and social media.
Of what possible value is the House testimony of someone who is set to go to prison for three years after pleading guilty to bank fraud, illegal campaign contributions and...wait for it...lying to Congress, and who might be motivated to “compose” in further testimony to lessen his sentence?
“Highly unusual.” That was former FBI general counsel James Baker’s description of the “investigation” into Hillary Clinton’s private email server when he testified before the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees last October.
This is a story that will get little coverage in America, but it’s one that every American should hear, so that when we’re told that we must engage with Iran’s government and respect their views, we understand exactly what we’re being asked to compromise and deal with.
The Supreme Court decided not to consider an appeal by Joseph Kennedy, who was fired from his job as a high school football coach in Bremerton, Washington, for praying with students on the field after games.