No Sympathy For The Devil


After the judge signed his death warrant, Larry Nassar tried to apologize, but there was no sympathy for the devil. Could he be the nastiest of all health care physicians?

Over 150 girls, women, and their families spoke about the pain inflicted by Larry Nassar’s sexual abuses in an extraordinary, seven-day sentencing hearing for the disgraced former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor.

The Plot Thickens


US Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III a GOP member is reportedly preparing to interview Republican President Donald J. Trump in connection with the Russia probe. Trump's lawyers are negotiating the terms of an interview with the special counsel's team and want Trump to provide some testimony face-to-face with investigators and the rest of a written statement.

Mueller seeks to question Trump about Flynn and Comey departures

Seven Days Away


The State of the Union address gives the President of the United States his big opportunity to speak to the nation, and all branches of government by highlighting the achievements of the previous year, and to layout plans for next year.

President Donald Trump will deliver his first State of the Union address at 8 pm EST on Tuesday, January 30th watch LIVE on C-SPAN or C-SPAN2

Lost in a lost world?


It has been said that there is absolutely no substitute for American leadership, but please tell it to @POTUS. @realDonaldTrump swore to represent the United States of America and he works for every one of us. So why after one year in office has he wasted a good deal of it playing golf?

The king of Queens, aka Donald John Trump, is the 45th and current President of the United States. He has been in office since January 20, 2017. Before entering politics, he was a businessman and television personality. But what has he done for US lately?

RIP Rosie


The iconic woman who inspired Rosie the Riveter dies at 96 #CityImages #DONews

Naomi Parker Fraley, East Bay woman who inspired ‘Rosie the Riveter,’ dies

Naomi Parker Fraley, the Real ‘Rosie the Riveter,’ Dead at 96

Bad Boys


Back in the old days of broadcast, before cable or digital platforms like Netflix, and even before there were Bad Hombres, there were Bad Boys. And long before the TV program "COPS" was an American TV favorite program over the airwaves, I believe that it was me who conceived the original revolutionary broadcast idea.

USA Open?


Government lawmakers struck a deal to reopen after three days into a shutdown prompted by an impasse over immigration and border security. US House of Representatives leadership expects to vote on the funding bill to reopen government later on today.

After US Senate leaders reached the accord with a deal to reopen the Federal government.

The US Senate The Senate has approved a procedural motion on a three-week stopgap spending bill to fund the government through February 8, 2018, that would end the shutdown, which was now in its third day.

Laughing and Mocking US


Could it be that a self-described #VSG very stable genius and great negotiator is more like an instigator and the builder is more like a destroyer? Where is the #MAGA TrumpPence endgame headed?

In US politics, a government shutdown happens when Congress and the President fail to pass appropriations legislation funding government operations and agencies. This is the first time under one-party rule.

Competitors, allies and creditor nations are pointing fingers and mocking our GOP controlled Whitehouse and Congress' inability to govern.

Finger-wagging Time


Everyone's been rejected at one time or another in an embarrassing manner, usually followed by an extremely humbling finger-wagging episode. Others call it finger-pointing, but unfortunately, we see it everywhere.

Women marching, teachers lecturing, friends and family members preaching, or politicians blaming. The latter is probably the most dangerous because they work for you and only you can replace them with your personal vote. The Twitter, Hashtag, TV, Radio and Internet Media has the whole world frustrated as hell, but our so-called leaders are not even close to being humbled.

Financial Markets Commentary


It was an event a year ago that presaged the biggest story of 2017’s fourth quarter. In October 2016, Australia’s Brighann Cotton sold 88 bales of cotton from their Texas affiliate to a client in China. It wasn’t carried out in a routine way by obtaining letters of credit from the relevant
banks in each country. That process has become prohibitively complex for all but the largest corporations who have their financing denied more often than not. Recently established international banking regulations require the banks issuing those letters to carry more of the risk

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