Impeachment, A Postmortem

The impeachment trial of Donald Trump will end Wednesday night, February 5, 2020, with the President’s acquittal.  It was a forgone conclusion.  Any Democrat Party leader with even a smidgen of intelligence knew that a Republican Senate was not going to produce the 67 votes required to convict the President and throw him out of […]

Reflections on Impeachment

  I must confess that I have not been following the impeachment trial on television.  It is incredibly repetitious and boring, and I pray that it will be over soon. I do not doubt the truth of some of the charges leveled against our President.  Trump wanted the Ukrainian government to investigate the Bidens, and […]

Oh, What a Tangled Web We Weave

“Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.”  Sir Walter Scott I am continually reminded of this phrase as we listen to the back and forth between Democrats and Republicans over President Trump and his possible impeachment.  What tangled webs of lies and half-truths are spun before us.  There are […]