Beleaguered, Michael T. Flynn, former National Security Advisor, is reported to have misled Pentagon investigators about his Russian income and Russian official contacts when he applied for a top-secret security clearance in February of last year.
The top Democrat, on the House Oversight Committee, Elijah Cummings of Maryland, released a letter today revealing these allegations.
Louisiana cannot coast along when it comes to the massive coastal erosion of its interface with the Gulf of Mexico and with its incredible shrinking wetlands. For the state, and the nation, the tide is high, the time is short and the investments are substantial.
Lee Circle, with the General overlooking the city, is now history.
If the New York Times article today is to be believed, it’s another huge nail in Donald Trump’s presidential coffin.
By now, everybody probably has an opinion whether the President obstructed justice.
If Donald Trump is looking for a “win”, he might need to wait for another day.
Yesterday, the assistant Attorney General ordered an investigation, headed by an old FBI pro, Robert Mueller.
The Trump administration in meltdown? Is the Trump train falling off its track? This is exactly what appears to be the case
According to conservative columnist Quin Hillyer, Trump should not be President.
That comment puts it lightly compared to some of the other statements Hillyer made in our Bayoubuzz Facebook Live interview earlier today.
For many political and legal observers of the Donald Trump campaign and administration, the recent firing of James Comey moved the investigation of Russian interference in American elections into a totally different and higher constitutional orbit.
Donald Trump and some of his surrogates have simply become shameful.
To defend his own legacy and administration, his spin has gotten so deep that he is losing whatever credibility he has, which, quite frankly, is already minus-zilch.
It is obvious that one of the leading observers of Louisiana politics and legislative affairs, Bernie Pinsonat, was not too impressed with Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards’s recent efforts to raise money for the state.