Trump and the Violence in Charlottesville

August 12, 2017

Quite literally within eyesight of Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson who wrote the soaring words that “all men are created equal” in the Declaration of Independence, America’s image was scarred yet again with racially


Trump Bans Transgender Soldiers From Serving

July 26, 2017

One year ago then Defense Secretary Ash Carter lifted the ban barring transgender people from serving in the military.  The United States was one of 19 countries in the world whose military allowed transgender soldiers


Trump’s Botched Firing of James Comey

May 15, 2017

Last week President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey for what he says ostensibly was for the mishandling of high profile investigations.  The investigations cited by Trump were Hillary Clinton’s private email server investigation and


The Looming Specter of a Special Prosecutor

March 6, 2017

Calls for a special prosecutor to investigate Donald Trump’s presidential campaign are growing after it was revealed recently that Attorney General Jeff Sessions failed to mention in his Senate confirmation hearings his meeting last year


The First Combat Death for a New Administration

February 1, 2017

Trump’s first authorized military operation resulted in the first combat death of his presidency.  The death of a soldier came early for Trump happening just eight days after he took office. The operation in Yemen this


President of the United States of America Donald Trump

January 22, 2017

As Donald Trump took the oath of office this past Friday at noon, the first chapters of his presidential history were already being written.  His successful, yet, seemingly seat-of-the-pants style of campaigning will make for