By Winston Smith Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies. ― Groucho Marx The United States is structured in such a way that there are two major … Continue reading Truth in Policy
It is unconscionable that simply because one party controls the House, Senate, and Executive they can flout basic rules about conflicts of interest, perjury, and obstruction of justice. Ethics monitoring should not be dependent on electoral politics. If the Democrats have done the same in the past and the news media ignored it, shame on them, but it was wrong then and it’s wrong now. Continue reading Op/Ed – Who Watches the Watchmen in Trump’s America?
The ignorance to entertain that false confessions are even possible, continues to perpetuate the system that has so inexcusably harmed Christopher Abernathy and the many other individuals who have fallen into the same sad circumstances as him. It is unacceptable for us to continue a system which victimizes our fellow citizens and imprisons them for actions they did not do. What is needed is not unknown. What is left to do is finally act upon the knowledge we have. Continue reading Understanding False Confessions: The Better Way
The fact that Trump felt the need to rise to the defense of Little Donald on live television should have told us all we needed to know about his personality. It should also be no surprise, knowing his vapid narcissism, that he would fly to defend the perceived level of interest in his inauguration. Continue reading FBB Special Report: Trump v. Truth