Tag Archives: midterm election

Mueller and the Court

Alan Zendell, August 5, 2018 As frequently noted here and elsewhere. Donald Trump is a master of obfuscation. While those of us who are trained in logical discourse and scientific method are often appalled by his relatively incoherent style, it … Continue reading

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Distractions

Alan Zendell, July 5, 2018 The announcement of the retirement of Associate Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy ushered in a week of chaos, depression, anger, and anxiety. In other words, it had exactly the effect Donald Trump hoped it would. … Continue reading

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Immigration Referendum

Alan Zendell, June 22, 2018 It’s safe to say the midterm elections could turn on the immigration debacle. Consider the hot button issues of the past twelve months. The North Korea summit didn’t move Trump’s approval rating appreciably, and if … Continue reading

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Gowdy, the FBI, and the Justice Department

Alan Zendell, May 30, 2018 It happens over and over again. Republicans in Congress who intend to run for re-election feel inextricably tied to President Trump politically, though many, perhaps most, find his words and behavior despicable. We’ve seen the … Continue reading

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