FBI raid: False premises, first principles, and friends like these

A heavily redacted affidavit prompts more questions than answers, but much larger issues are at stake.  Can anyone supersede the President’s classification powers?  What if the information was declassified as Trump says and the entire investigation is based on a false premise?  Why has no one answered that question?  Who’s in charge of Presidential records,… Continue reading FBI raid: False premises, first principles, and friends like these

Enough: Indict Trump already or give it a rest

The alternative to a trial of the former President is a continuation of the endless stream of leaks from prosecutors and misguided interpretations of the law from the real card carrying experts in the media.  If you truly believe the former President is guilty of something, let him have his day in open court. Tell… Continue reading Enough: Indict Trump already or give it a rest

FBI raid: Biden’s conflict of interest is unresolvable and Republicans need to do more than demand answers

If President Biden and Attorney General Garland believe a conviction of Trump for any potential crime would prevent him from running again, clearing the field of the most likely candidate, they cannot be trusted to remain objective. Republicans can shut down the Senate until they provide satisfactory answers. In the wake of the FBI raid… Continue reading FBI raid: Biden’s conflict of interest is unresolvable and Republicans need to do more than demand answers