Category Archives: Policy

The Presidential Records Act and classified information are two added issues in the FBI’s search of Trump’s Florida home

By Robert Willmann The civil lawsuit continues in a federal court about how items seized from Donald Trump’s Florida home by the FBI will be handled and used, and whether the order appointing a special master will remain in place. … Continue reading

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“A Guatemalan town remakes itself in Indiana” – TTG

SEYMOUR, INDIANA  On a balmy day last September, hundreds of people gathered for a raucous, all-day basketball tournament in Gaiser Park, one of the sprawling, well-kept green spaces in this small midwestern town. All the players and participants were members … Continue reading

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This and That – 2 August 2022

Thorium reactors- I listened to a member of Congress expound on this subject the other day. I think it was Senator Tuberville. According to him thorium is the answer to the question of cheap, safe nuclear power until fusion power … Continue reading

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By deception, the U.S. Senate hides and slides a bad gun law through to double-cross the public

By Robert Willmann After a highly publicized shooting at a school with multiple homicides in Uvalde, Texas on 24 May 2022, the usual bandwagon of politicians saying they had to “do something” began hurtling down the road, when an investigation … Continue reading

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“Granholm: President could use Defense Production Act to handle gas supply crisis”

“Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm indicated that President Joe Biden has considered using the Defense Production Act to help mitigate the record-high gas prices, but stressed that it is just “one” of the tools at the president’s disposal.  “President Biden, like all … Continue reading

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AG Merrick Garland goes to Ukraine but does not enforce Title 18 U.S. Code section 1507 for crimes against Supreme Court judges

By Robert Willmann On Tuesday, 21 June 2022, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that Attorney General Merrick Garland was in Ukraine to help identify, apprehend, and prosecute persons for alleged war crimes in Ukraine, even though I have not … Continue reading

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The FBI had a “secure work environment” operated by Michael Sussmann at the Perkins Coie law firm

By Robert Willmann According to U.S. Representative Matt Gaetz (Repub. Florida), he and Representative Jim Jordan (Repub. Ohio) inquired of the Perkins Coie law firm in Washington DC whether the FBI had some type of office at the law firm … Continue reading

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The fix is in at the Senate to push Katanji Brown Jackson into the Supreme Court

By Robert Willmann The countdown clock on the Senate vote to have “cloture” on the nomination of Katanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court has reached zero. A vote on cloture is a vote to end debate on a proposed … Continue reading

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The inflation rate will kill the Democrats in November

“The annual inflation rate for the United States is 7.5% for the 12 months ended January 2022 — the highest since February 1982 and after rising 7.0% previously, according to U.S. Labor Department data published February 10. The next inflation … Continue reading

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The situation and some possible courses of action …

Reviewing the situation: The Russian Army has an active force of about 400,000. Half of those are draftees, conscripts if you like that term better. Between 150,000 and 200,000 have been committed to the Ukraine “project” by Putin and Company. … Continue reading

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