by Michael Malak
Hear it, hear it! James Comey, F.B.I. Director, excoriated by left and right, at one time or another, has proved his trustworthiness. For the second time, he has exonerated Hillary Clinton for her email practices.
There are two themes developing in the current Presidential elections. One is well known. The other is not and not yet really defined.
by Jim Brown
One of the hallmarks of America’s democracy is the right to vote on who are leaders will be. And implicit in the process is the guarantee that elections will be run fairly without any hint of corrupting the process. That includes a voter’s confidence that those running our elections and those in charge of the government in power do not, by their actions, taint the process. Unfortunately, that is not always the case.
At the early Thanksgiving dinner, the Democrats were staging, special guest, James Comey, FBI Director, dropped the gravy boat in Granny’s lap and the screeching was heard all the way from Nome to St. Augustine. Besides a dry-cleaning bill, however, does it matter?
Is it time to get technical yet?
Did Hillary Clinton violate federal laws by moving U.S. Government documents and emails to her private server?
Petraeux-Broadwell email and Weiner tweets scandals are sex, power and technology gone wild.
It’s soap opera at its best. Far better than any soap on TV.
It’s the ‘ol case of the feds looking for cross-dressing crook, who robbed two local banks with the assistance of a stake-out accomplice.