After the assault on the Capitol building which was incited by President Trump’s rhetoric there are people in both parties calling either for him to be removed from office by the 25th Amendment or to be impeached a second time. So far it would appear that while a few members of the president’s cabinet have … Continue reading Impeachment Trumps Pardons →
Today is the 20th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Bush v. Gore decision, which stopped a statewide recount of 61,000 ballots that tabulation machines had missed. The recount had been ordered by the Florida Supreme Courton December 8, 2000 and since the current tabulation had given George W. Bush the majority of votes his campaign … Continue reading This is Why Donald Trump Thought He Could Game the Courts →
The Electoral College will meet in just ten days to cast their votes, per the popular vote in their states, for the next president of the United States. Joe Biden has, as I’m sure you know by now, won 306 electoral votes to Trump’s 232 … so there should be no question, right? But, you […] … Continue reading A Damn Shame — Filosofa’s Word →
Former Georgia state representative Stacey Abrams is in an enviable but difficult position. Two years after her loss in the Georgia governor’s race she has been instrumental in the voter registration effort that helped deliver the state’s sixteen electoral votes to Joe Biden. As a result, odds are that the job of chairman for the … Continue reading Stacey Abrams Faces a Difficult Choice →
In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s electoral defeat by Joe Biden the president has filed dozens of lawsuits in numerous states trying to get the results overturned so he can be declared the winner. He has succeeded in a few instances, but the number of votes affected in those cases hasn’t been anywhere near enough … Continue reading Donald Trump thinks the nation will cry “Uncle” →
Donald Trump has been beating the bass drum of election fraud for the entirety of his presidential campaign, stating that the only way he would lose is if the election were rigged. Early on he came out in criticism of states’ allowing absentee ballots to be cast by mail, claiming without any proof that such … Continue reading In Georgia Runoffs Trump is Reaping What He Has Sown →
Our country is facing a period of partisan polarization seldom seen, and it is making it more than normally difficult for our federal government to function effectively. Continued arguing over the same issues only serves to further entrench each side against the other. For our nation to survive this trying period we must find a … Continue reading It’s Time to Hold a New Convention →
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