Twin Pillars of Russiagate Crumble as Release of New Documents Shows DNC was Not* Hacked by Russia

"Similar slits existed in thousands or tens of thousands throughout the building, not only in every room but at short intervals in every corridor. For some reason they were nicknamed memory holes. When one knew any document was due for destruction, or even when one saw a scrap of waste paper lying about, it was … Continue reading Twin Pillars of Russiagate Crumble as Release of New Documents Shows DNC was Not* Hacked by Russia

Psychiatrists tell Congress Trump’s acquittal is invalid: “He’s not mentally competent to stand trial”

by O Society Feb 8, 2020 Presidential impeachment in the House, then Senate, is not a real trial in the same way you and I would be subjected to a real trial in a criminal court with real jail time consequences at stake. The rules and precedents are completely different. For example, at Trump's impeachment, … Continue reading Psychiatrists tell Congress Trump’s acquittal is invalid: “He’s not mentally competent to stand trial”

Impeachment: What Lies Beneath?

by Jim Kavanaugh edited by O Society Dec 18, 2019 The Raw The Democrats now reveal the hand they’re going to play for impeachment.  I vehemently argue against playing this game and point out how futile it is, but, seeing the two cards actually laid out on the table, even I am gobsmacked at what a … Continue reading Impeachment: What Lies Beneath?

Mad Activist Impeaches Western Culture

by Susie Day edited by O Society Dec 7, 2019 Dear Hot-to-Impeach Congressional Democrats, I thought of you when I read “Why the Ukraine Scheme Matters,” the November 25 editorial in the New York Times. As usual, Times syntax and grammar are superb and the editors’ argumentation skills fully justify the current high tuition rates … Continue reading Mad Activist Impeaches Western Culture

Why No Republicans Turn On Trump

https://youtu.be/0xJz9dLyRI8 by Thom Hartmann edited by O Society Dec 6, 2019 There is a very simple reason some Republicans voted for the impeachment proceedings against Richard Nixon, but so far none have broken ranks against Trump. The reason is a corrupted U.S. Supreme Court. In 1976 (Buckley v. Valeo) and 1978 (First National Bank of Boston … Continue reading Why No Republicans Turn On Trump

Dead Man’s Hand: The Impeachment Gambit

https://youtu.be/wR3xwENK7Jo by Jim Kavanagh  edited by O Society August 16, 2019 The two-year Mueller investigation of Donald Trump’s alleged collusion (“largely synonymous with conspiracy”) with Russia is over. Nothingburger. The 448-page Mueller Report has been published in full, and made into a dramatic hour-and-twenty-minute stage performance adapted by a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright with a cast of Hollywood stars. Yawn. Then … Continue reading Dead Man’s Hand: The Impeachment Gambit

Is America Facing The Same Economic Challenges That Preceded The Great Depression?

by Thom Hartmann edited by O Society July 5, 2019 The inequality tipping point where the working class can no longer afford to buy what they need to survive is getting close if it's not already here. The last time this happened... was right before the great depression of the second decade of the last … Continue reading Is America Facing The Same Economic Challenges That Preceded The Great Depression?