With the news flying by so fast, and so many cabinet-level people being pulled into the impeachment morass, I started to wonder if I remembered the Presidential succession correctly.
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
I will never forget where I was when 911 happened. I was just waking up.
As news emerges that two indicted Democrats are being allowed back into congress this January, the integrity of American politics is once again called into question. Duncan Hunter, a Democrat rep, was accused of illegally using campaign funds for his own personal expenses, whilst Chris Collins provided confidential information on a pharmaceutical company to his son before a stock exchange. However, despite these indictments, the party did not consider the offenses serious enough to make them leave congress. So what does this say about the state of US politics? Is corruption becoming an accepted norm in The White House? To fight against this, it is more important than ever to promote transparency around the 2020 election.
While all the very talented people on the independent news scene were uncovering new information about the glamourous Nicole Junkermann, I was focused on the one question that remained unanswered from my article. What were Jeffrey Epstein and Nicole Junkermann doing in the United Kingdom, from landing on August 31, 2002 until leaving on the 2nd of September?
(VLOG at bottom for those who prefer to watch and listen rather than read).
“…in many important ways, the United States no longer has a department of justice.” – Leonard Pitts, Jr., Columnist at the Miami Herald
There are caravans of immigrants clamoring to get into this country. Why? Because there is no country that will give them the liberties that this country does. The immigrants know one thing for sure: America is the beautiful place that will save them from the stifling country from which they came.
The Venezuelan crisis is economic, political, and also emotional. The exodus of hundreds of thousands of compatriots fleeing from hyperinflation, scarcity, violence, and misery fractures families and breaks the national soul. As a consequence, a new division is created in this republic already divided into a thousand pieces: those who stay and those who leave.