First order of business for the new Congress should be, investigate Trumps business
“Kavanaugh made no apparent effort to bring a lifetime of professional expertise and perspective to bear on the difficult issues under consideration. Instead, he was dismissive of the inquiry and was careless on matters of fact that had been asserted by other potential witnesses on the subject under discussion. He made obfuscating responses to questions about the meaning of words. He made no apparent effort to hold emotions in check and shouted at U.S. Senators and accused them of wrongdoing. He repeatedly sought to shift the attention and blame to others for what was taking place. He resisted further legal inquiry into the issues under discussion. He approached the inquiry with an attitude of entitlement and self-pity. His conduct was remarkably unprofessional.” #unfit
The 10th Circuit is to review the ethics complaints against Justice Kavanaugh .
Bernie Sanders escalates war with Amazon, says he will ask OSHA to investigate ‘unsafe working conditions’ in warehouses
Amazon is garbage
In a response to a blog post by Amazon criticizing the senator for his criticisms of Amazon, Bernie Sanders indicated he will ask the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to investigate Amazon.
The arrest of Maria Butina shows the Russian government targeted and attempted to infiltrate U.S. religious groups. We need the Senate Intelligence Committee to investigate any ties between Russia and religious groups meant to undermine both U.S. elections and faith bodies. Results of such an investigation must be made public.
If Russia, in fact, infiltrated U.S. religious bodies, conservative or otherwise, in their attack of America’s electoral system, and if religious groups were used to help a partisan political candidate, the American people have a right to know, and Congress must investigate. The theology of religi…
Congress voted 517-5 to impose sanctions on Russia for meddling in the 2016 election.
Yesterday was the deadline for the Treasury Department to begin imposing those sanctions. But the Trump Administration notified Congress that the bill alone is serving as a “deterrent” and specific sanctions aren’t needed.
Article II, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution states that the President “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.”