Tag Archives: Robert Mueller

Time to Shut Up

Calvin Coolidge was known as Silent Cal – “I have found out in the course of a long public life that the things I did not say never hurt me.” He didn’t say much, nor did Herbert Hoover after him. … Continue reading

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When Every Day Is Stormy

T-Bone Walker wrote the song but B. B. King sang it best: They call it Stormy Monday but Tuesday’s just as bad They call it Stormy Monday but Tuesday’s just as bad Wednesday’s worse, Lord and Thursday’s all so sad … Continue reading

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The Vain Man Gloats

This was the weekend that Donald Trump gloated. He had fired FBI Director James Comey on May 9, 2017, but that had backfired. Comey had told Congress the Trump campaign had been under investigation since the summer before – something … Continue reading

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The Hammer Drops

President Trump has ordered up a big military parade in Washington – tanks and missiles in the streets and giant bombers in the sky, and troops marching, lots of troops, and the Pentagon is humoring him. They’re slow-walking the planning. … Continue reading

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Those Deep State Blues

If angry white conservatives sang the blues – an odd concept of course – they’d be singing the Deep State Blues. White-hot anger at everything the government does, or perhaps everything the government is – mixed with a bit of … Continue reading

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Gifting America

It’s that time of year – one week before Christmas, and angry drivers looking for a parking space, somewhere, trying to contain their resentment at being forced to buy that one right gift, which probably won’t be the right gift … Continue reading

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Flynn Facts

Presidents have always had problems with generals. In 1862, Lincoln removed George B. McClellan from command of the Army of the Potomac and brought Ambrose Burnside to see what Burnside could do against Robert E. Lee. That didn’t work out. … Continue reading

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