Category Archives: Current Affairs

The smoke signals were correct. Biden bails out of the presidential race, right on schedule!

By Robert Willmann Never underestimate the finagling in and around un-democratic processes. Today, Sunday, 21 July 2024, a political party that calls itself the Democratic Party deftly removed its candidate for president, Joe Biden, who amassed way more than the … Continue reading

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Efforts escalate to get Biden to withdraw as the Democratic Party’s nominee for president

By Robert Willmann The nastiness of national politics is showing up. For the last four and a half years, the press, mass media, and the Democratic Party have continuously proclaimed that Joe Biden has the mental and physical ability to … Continue reading

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An old British soldier’s thoughts on the Trump assassination attempt

DJ Trump must be pleased his attacker was such a poor shot. This recent attempt on his life proves, when anyone can obtain an automatic rifle everyone is at risk, even those with a Secret Service detail to protect them. … Continue reading

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The federal criminal case against Trump about classified documents is dismissed because the special counsel was illegally appointed

By Robert Willmann The FBI, which is part of the Justice Department, seized documents from the Mar-a-Lago residence of Donald Trump on 8 August 2022 using a search warrant. Some of the documents taken had “classified markings”, and became the … Continue reading

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Assassination attempt on Trump at a Pennsylvania rally; a wound is in his right ear area

By Robert Willmann At a campaign rally today, Saturday, 13 July 2024, the week before the Republican nominating convention, gunshots were fired at Donald Trump and a wound was seen in the area of his right ear. https://www.zerohedge.com/political/trump-bleeding-rushed-stage-after-shots-fired-pennsylvania-rally Update, 7:37 … Continue reading

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A plea bargain is reached with Julian Assange for June 26 after which he will go home to Australia

By Robert Willmann Papers have been filed with the U.S. District Court for the Northern Mariana Islands indicating that a plea bargain agreement has been made with Julian Assange which is to be heard in court there on 26 June … Continue reading

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A truck tries to penetrate into the Quantico Marine Corps Base

By Robert Willmann Back on Friday, 3 May 2024, a box truck pulled up to the gate of the Quantico Marine Corps Base on Fuller Road in Virginia. The two men in the cab of the truck claimed they were … Continue reading

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Supreme Court oral arguments to be heard on April 25 about presidential immunity for official acts

By Robert Willmann Does a president have legal immunity for acts done in a president’s “official capacity” while in office? On the foreign policy, covert action, and targeted assassination fronts alone, one can imagine all sorts of situations in which … Continue reading

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The Baltimore Key Bridge Collapse

At the suggestion of Keith Harbaugh, here’s a post on the collapse of the Francis Scott Key bridge in Baltimore. Keith provided a YouTube playlist with several good videos. I’ve watched the 50 minute video of Sal Mercogliano and John … Continue reading

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More provocation. An attack on a Moscow concert hall and mall by several persons has produced many casualties.

By Robert Willmann As if indiscriminate violence has not been enough starting at the Mediterranean Sea and going through Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and then up into Ukraine. Now an attack on a civilian entertainment and mall area in … Continue reading

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