The burglars

The burglars

Attorney General Bill Barr finds it difficult to “commit crime” (so to speak) when his partner in crime keeps tweeting the quiet parts out loud.
Stiff sentences

Stiff sentences

Former Scranton Mayor and current federal felon Bill Courtright could face up to 30 years in federal prison if the judge overseeing his trial accepts the prosecution’s recommended sentence guidelines. Perhaps Courtright should give U.S. Attorney General Bill...
Acquittal on 5th Ave.

Acquittal on 5th Ave.

The nonsensical and dissembling reasoning offered by Republican Senators for acquitting Donald Trump, following an impeachment trial where no additional witnesses or documents were summoned or subpoenaed, is rooted in the fact that they are are, frankly, scared...
Writing on the wall

Writing on the wall

One of the dumber arguments advanced by various Republican Senators in their headlong rush to let Trump off the impeachment hook was that, all evidence to the contrary, he would learn and grow as a result of the experience; that he would be chastened and somehow...
No matter how thin you slice it …

No matter how thin you slice it …

Trump’s so called peace plan for Israel and the Palestinians — crafted by his son-in-law who claims to have read a whopping 25 books on the subject — is just more of the same zero-sum gamesmanship favored by this administration. One side (notably...