On Thursday, for only $350, Republican lawyers were treated to a celebratory luncheon with Donald Trump, complete with an extravagant meal and amateur stand up from Rudy Giuliani. 297 more words
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Following on from considering the symbolic (and the actual) disparity of a millionaire/billionaire cabal with shared business interests governing – supposedly – for the well-being of ordinary and even economically disadvantaged people, we then look naturally to see what kind of people these are, what they believe in and what sort of world-view they bring with them into office. 3,031 more words
President-elect Donald Trump has granted Rudy Giuliani, his boisterous and unwavering booster, a consolation prize: a role heading a cybersecurity advisory group.
The former New York City Mayor originally aspired to the rank of Secretary of State as part of Trump’s White House. 358 more words
The dominoes began to fall on Wednesday for the Carolina Panthers when defensive coordinator Sean McDermott was scooped up by the Buffalo Bills. With McDermott off to nab a much deserved and long-awaited-for head coaching position, former assistant head coach and defensive backs coach Steve Wilks has taken over as the team’s defensive coordinator. 352 more words
Donald Trump doesn’t use computers. (His idiotic Twitter account is fed through his phone.) That’s why he uses moronic phrases like “the cyber” when asked to talk about issues relating to Internet security, etc. 288 more words
The Justice Department’s Inspector General is looking into James Comey’s disclosures of the Clinton email investigation. But I’m not confident that he’ll reach the most important issue in that debacle: the underlying leaks that probably contributed to Comey’s actions. 1,006 more words