Collusion with the enemy is betraying your country. It is an impeachable defense — one of the few sins our founding fathers saw fit to considering removing the top executive over — and it’s hard to differentiate whether or to what extent one’s hand is in the cookie jar.
As former Republican House Speaker, John Boehner, stated during a recent GOP meeting in Michigan, “There is no Republican Party. There’s a Trump Party. The Republican Party is kind of taking a nap somewhere.”
After more than a year of deceptive bobbing and weaving in the Robert Mueller investigation, President Trump has, thanks to his latest defense lawyer — former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani — bought into the strategy that best suits his personal style: standing and fighting back.
Mayor Catherine E. Pugh said she gave President-Elect Donald J. Trump a Baltimore pin when she met with him during last week's Army-Navy football game at M&T Bank Stadium — a symbol she hopes will serve as a constant reminder of the her city's needs.
The sharp reduction in violent crime that occurred on Martin O'Malley's watch as mayor of Baltimore is a central theme of the speech he gives as he travels the country and lays the groundwork for a presidential campaign. But ongoing criticism from the city's current mayor could focus attention on an aspect of O'Malley's crime-fighting record he never mentions in New Hampshire or Iowa: A soaring arrest rate during his tenure in Baltimore that angered civil rights groups and locked the city into a
Thanks again to the conservative Republican majority on the Supreme Court, big money will be dominating a fall campaign in which combative and often irresponsible advertising will flood the airwaves in congressional districts and states across the land. All in the name of the First Amendment and free speech.