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Republicans Frightened by the Bell

Oct. 16, 2017  By Jack Jodell (in association with the most gifted writer BURR DEMING, creator of and main author over at the brilliant blogsite FAIR AND UNBALANCED.COM – see my blogroll at the lower right hand column of this page). 308 more words

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A Note on Mueller

This article from the Nation closely examines Robert Mueller’s special-counsel investigation, and where it might end up. It notes the possibility that Mueller will bend to political pressure, or that President Trump will interfere with the investigation as he did by firing Comey. 53 more words

Perspectives: The 25th Amendment explained: how a president can be declared unfit to serve (VIDEO)

So what would happen if the president were to … not be in his right mind? The 25th Amendment, no matter how unlikely, legally could remove Trump from office. 17 more words


Is President Trump Under Investigation?

Trump apologist Jason Miller said on CNN Donald Trump is not under investigation. Is this statement true?

The Washington Post:

The special counsel overseeing the investigation into Russia’s role in the 2016 election is interviewing senior intelligence officials as part of a widening probe that now includes an examination of whether President Trump attempted to obstruct justice, officials said. 211 more words

Mueller Interviews White House Officials

This article, from The Hill, provides an update on the Mueller investigation. As it heats up, he’s begun to interview white house officials, including the chief of staff for the National Security Council, Lt. 30 more words

The Ethical Government Lawyer

In this article from the Creighton Law Review, former US Attorney, John McKay, examines the challenges a government lawyer has in maintaining his integrity, both in general and under the Trump administration. 189 more words

Painter Comments on Mueller's Investigation

Former White House ethics lawyer, Richard Painter, commented on Mueller’s investigation into the firing of former FBI Director, James Comey.  He claims that Trump’s motivation for the firing is central to the potential obstruction of justice charges, which he believes is tied to a meeting the President had with Russian officials the day after.