Monthly Archives: March 2019

Mueller Madness at the New York Post

" …  Wittes is followed, in the second spot, by Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe, who traded his stellar academic reputation for anti-Trump crankery. In July 2017, he tweeted that when senior Democrats say, “There is evidence of both collusion … Continue reading

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Authorship

Any and all articles not signed are written by me.  pl

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Thoughts on the Mueller-Barr report.

1.  Trump and his people did not conspire with the Russian government to fix the outcome of the 2016 election. 2.  In the absence of a conspiracy there could not have been obstruction of justice by the president.  There was … Continue reading

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AG Barr’s Letter to Judiciary Committees, March 24, 2019

  Decameron “The Special Counsel’s investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in its efforts to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election. As the report states: `[T]he investigation did … Continue reading

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Speaking of Delusions, Russia, Russia, Russia by Larry C Johnson

Move over Wile E. Coyote. Your feckless, futile efforts to kill the Roadrunner have been displaced by Jim Comey, John Brennan, James Clapper and legions of faux journalists. One of the leaders of this parade of bewilderment and buffoonery is … Continue reading

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” … the accountability that must follow Mueller’s report.” The Hill

      " 1.President Trump was not indicted, nor did Mueller recommend an indictment against him for collusion or obstruction. There were no major disagreements between Mueller and his managers at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). The Russians who … Continue reading

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“Russian Army is Radically Upgraded” * by Sergei Shoigu – TTG

In his latest Russian Federation Sitrep, Patrick Armstrong mentioned a speech given by Sergei Shoigu to a Duma committee. In this speech Shoigu reels off a litany of new weapon systems now in the hands of Russia’s defense forces. Impressive, … Continue reading

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Perpetuating the Syrian Delusion by Larry Johnson

I wish we could say that the lies and self-deception that are the core of U.S. policy and actions in Syria are an isolated incident. Sadly, no. On almost every issue–from the Russian threat to the 12 doom countdown on … Continue reading

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HARPER: PRESIDENT TRUMP NEEDS A GOOD PLUMBER

President Donald Trump is more isolated than at any time since taking office.  And the prime cause of that isolation is John Bolton.  Since taking over as National Security Advisor to the President in April 2018, Bolton has purged everyone … Continue reading

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The McCains – re-posted 21 March, 2019

In the context of the recent remarks by President Trump and the state funeral given to Senator (Captain, USN) John McCain this earlier piece is worth a re-read.  pl **********  "Since his birth, it had been assumed that John Sidney … Continue reading

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