Party like its 2008?


  On October 3, 2008,  President George W. Bush signed the $700 Emergency Economic Stabilization Act, often called the bank bailout bill. Citigroup received $25 billion dollars from the bailout. The corporation laid of 52, 000 employees before the end of 2008. While Citigroup lost more than $27 billion dollars in 2008.  It paid moreContinue reading “Party like its 2008?”

Super Tuesday in 350 Words or Less


The story on Super Tuesday, was Joe Biden.  A candidate who’s candidacy was just a  forgone conclusion a week ago .  No wins, no money, no ground game!  As of this post, Joe Biden has won nine states.  He won in states where he didn’t campaign or spend advertising dollars. Bernie Sanders won three states.Continue reading “Super Tuesday in 350 Words or Less”

The Adult in the Room, Exits


Where in the hell is South Bend, Indiana? Boota-what? Gay? Yes, we’ve elected Obama, but Gay.? On April 14, 2019, 37 year old Peter Paul Montgomery Buttigieg announced he was running for the President of the United States of America. Becoming the first openly homosexual , to run for the office. Buttigieg’s resume is veryContinue reading “The Adult in the Room, Exits”

Black Appeal SOUTH CAROLINA


It’s the BIG TEST, now who they think you are? For nearly 30 years no Democrat have received the keys to the White House without the support of the black voter. Black people make up over 60% of the Democratic Party in The Palmetto State. This is first the big test of the six candidatesContinue reading “Black Appeal SOUTH CAROLINA”

Mitt Romney “Faith and Courage”


  “There’s a hymn that is sung in my church. It’s an old Protestant hymn, which is, do what is right, let the consequence follow. ` “I swore an oath before God to apply impartial justice. , I’m a very religious person. I take that very seriously,” “And so I looked at the evidence inContinue reading “Mitt Romney “Faith and Courage””

Looking for A Hero


 I’m not a Democrat or Republican. I’m gonna try not to bore you by repeating the statements and arguments of the last few months, the lines have been drawn. President Trump’s Ukrainian adventure benefited Donald Trump. The vast majority of the witnesses who have testified, were appointed by the Trump Administration. The majority of blockedContinue reading “Looking for A Hero”

Is Lev Parnas the man who knows to much? Is he in danger?


He said they all knew. The President, Rudy Giuliani ,Vice President Mike Pence, Attorney General William Barr and the former Chair of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Devin Nunes. Lez Parnas is convicted criminal,charged with planning to direct funds from a foreign government. Parnas has a lot of receipts and is Most afraid of theContinue reading “Is Lev Parnas the man who knows to much? Is he in danger?”

The Women’s March Tries to Repair the Damage. Is It Too Late?


  Women’s March 2017 Sacramento By: Emily Shugerman/Daily Beast  After a bruising 2019, marked by shrinking crowds, dueling marches, and allegations of anti-Semitism, the Women’s March is attempting a rebrand. This year, the march is back for a fourth time with a new board, a new format—and a new tagline. The theme is Women Rising,Continue reading “The Women’s March Tries to Repair the Damage. Is It Too Late?”

It’s good to be Jeff Sessions: The Senate Impeachment hearing


  Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III believed in Donald John Trump.He was fiercely loyal to the Reality Show Star, Developer.  For more than ten years he served as the Senator of the Great State of Alabama.  PRESIDENT TRUMP nominated Sessions for the position of US Attorney General. During the Confirmation hearings, Sessions was asked under oathContinue reading “It’s good to be Jeff Sessions: The Senate Impeachment hearing”