Showing posts from October, 2017

Wall Street Wins Again

Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote Tuesday night to repeal a rule that made it easier for Americans to sue their banks and credit card companies.   Senators passed the measure by a vote of 51-50, handing Wall Street its first major win since President Donald Trump took office in January.,,,senate-kills-rule-that-made-it-easier-to-sue-banks Wall Street Wins - Again I totally agree with Elizabeth Warren -  "This bill is a giant wet kiss to Wall Street."

Mad at God - Me Too

Interesting. Bill O'Reilly is 'mad at God' about all of those pesky sexual misconduct allegations. Well Bill, we're mad at God too, for allowing sexual misconduct. Mad at god - Me Too. O'Reilly blames this recent problem on his assumption of his success. I didn't know anything about his online show or his book. This man's arrogance continues to amaze me. Does he really believe that anyone will consider him a victim? O'Reilly said Monday that the success of his web series and his latest book, "Killing England," as well as a recent appearance on Sean Hannity's Fox News program, prompted the Times to declare, "You know, we didn't kill him, so we've got to kill him again." #MeToo

Sessions Has Questionable Opinions

As reported by in January of 2017, Attorney General Jeff Sessions believes that "separation of church and state" is unconstitutional. Furthermore, he believes it is a recent doctrine. It's kind of funny, just looking at Sessions you (or I) come away with the feeling that he is probably harmless... but we all know looks can be deceiving. Unfortunately, Sessions is providing more and more proof of that as time goes by. Here are just a few of the issues with Attorney General Sessions... I vaguely remembered my original concerns regarding Sessions' qualifications after watching his  responses last week during a congressional hearing (on Russian interference) ,  at which time I realized that this man is not intelligent enough to be serving his nation in such an important job. His physical demeanor (hesitation and strange smiles at awkward moments) was also quite telling, if not indicating he was lying, certainly and at the very least indicating his consi