Alexander and Diogenes by Caspar de Crayer (c. 1650) By Gaspar de Crayer - Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne, Public Domain, File:Caspar de Crayer Alexander and Diogenes.jpg - Wikimedia Commons President Donald Trump is engaged in what could prove to be an exercise in futility, hunting for an honest court just as Diogenes once hunted for an... Continue Reading →
THIS BILL STINKS
Take a look at THE SNEAKY PEOPLE IN CONGRESS AND THE NEWS MEDIA ARE AT IT AGAIN. Maybe you will decide to contact your congressman today. Here is the email I sent to my congressman. Dear Congressman Rob Wittman, I am disappointed. Your support for the "Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act" (H.R. 1044) (https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/1044) makes me... Continue Reading →
JUXTAPOSING THE EXCUSE WITH THE CONDEMNATION
My congressman is Rob Wittman. I suppose I could do a lot worse. I use to be in Gerry Connolly's district. Still, I am disgusted with the supposedly Republican led Congress, and news like this does not provide cause for confidence. Trump Signs Spending Bill After Threatening Veto (realclearpolitics.com) Fox News hosts tear into Trump... Continue Reading →
HOW DID REPRESENTATIVE ROB WITTMAN VOTE ON THE BIPARTISAN BUDGET ACT?
How did Representative Rob Wittman vote on that two-year bipartisan budget deal last week? Here is what he says about his vote. Wittman Votes to Secure Stable Military Funding WASHINGTON - Today, Congressman Rob Wittman (VA-01) released this statement after voting in favor of the Bipartisan Budget Act: “I believe it is our primary constitutional... Continue Reading →