Real Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress

Throughout the impeachment hearings, House Democrats argued that the nation was in “clear and present danger” by allowing Trump to stay in office and that they must—for the sake of national security—act quickly to impeach.  Now that they have approved two articles of impeachment, instead of moving forward with the constitutionally prescribed process, Speaker Nancy … Continue reading Real Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress

What About “Whataboutism”? Or, Are you a Russian Spy?

“Of all the things in the world that stink in the nostrils of men, hypocrisy is the worst.”  (Charles Haddon Spurgeon) After the Mueller probe into Russian collusion began in the spring of 2017, everyone seemed to want in on the act.  It was as if the mainstream media and the Democratic Party had turned into … Continue reading What About “Whataboutism”? Or, Are you a Russian Spy?

A Little Cracker, Two Corinthians, and the Apostles’ Creed: The Art of Progressive “Faith Shaming”

The Bush family welcomed President Trump to the recent memorial service in the Washington Cathedral and expressed desire for a non-divisive tone.  Their desire was not honored, however, at least not by the media.  Reporters could not resist treating the funeral like a TMZ production commenting on hand shakes and rebuffed looks.  Andrea Mitchell even … Continue reading A Little Cracker, Two Corinthians, and the Apostles’ Creed: The Art of Progressive “Faith Shaming”

Brett Kavanaugh, Originalism, and Real Social Justice

Every thinking person voting in the last election knew that the next President, especially if he or she served eight years, would have the power to shape the future of the Supreme Court for the next generation. For many decades the court has more-or-less legislated from the bench with an ever-growing disregard for the Constitution’s … Continue reading Brett Kavanaugh, Originalism, and Real Social Justice