Why not as “WE” allow anyone, even fools, to run for President and surprise, sometimes the “fool” wins…

…Why not as “WE” allow anyone, even fools, to run for President and surprise, sometimes the “fool” wins…

The Trump effect: Everyone’s thinking of running for president.

A free-for-all in 2020 is already taking shape, with the Democratic nomination wide open.

By Karen Tumulty and John Wagner  •  Read more »

ETHICS should be a part of EVERY business school course with NO exceptions….

…ETHICS should be a part of EVERY business school course with NO exceptions….

Do Ethics Have a Place in Business Schools?

The one time I cheated in college, I didn’t have to. It was for a Macroeconomics 101 final, and the only reason I did it—an intricate scheme I recounted back in 2013—was because an exploitable flaw in the system presented itself. And because my classmates were also doing it. Perhaps it’s … Read more

f nothing else Trump has proven to be predictably unpredictable

…If nothing else Trump has proven to be predictably unpredictable…

The news that President Donald Trump is planning to review and possibly scrap some of the national monuments put in place by his predecessor makes it clear — if it wasn’t already — that he’s not a big fan of anything that President Obama did, or of the outdoors. (Aside from golf courses, that is.)

 

So it’s understandable that environmentalists are worried that the Obama administration’s moratorium on uranium mining in the area surrounding the Grand Canyon could be up next on the chopping block.

That moratorium was announced by the Department of the Interior in 2012, and banned new uranium claims until 2032. Existing claims and mines were unaffected.

Is this really a surprise as our President condones sexual harassment and participates in it…

…Is this really a surprise as our President condones sexual harassment and participates in  it…

Great benefits: DoJ gave bonuses to workers charged with sexual harassment

6/5/2017 12:01:04 PM  Jazz Shaw   …The federal government, in their capacity as an employer, continues to hold on to their leadership in the category of, “good work if you can get it.” Their Inspector General has been combing through the books and noticed that a number of  …..More…

to tip the scale of justice

clip_image002…To suggest that Trump is the only president to put his weight to tip the scale of justice in his favor is grossly untrue … as that has been SOP since the early days of our representative republic…

The Lawless Presidency

 

David Leonhardt … JUNE 6, 2017 …Democracy isn’t possible without the rule of law — the idea that consistent principles, rather than a ruler’s whims, govern society. 

 

You can read Aristotle, Montesquieu, John Locke or the Declaration of Independence on this point. You can also look at decades of American history. Even amid bitter fights over what the law should say, both Democrats and Republicans have generally accepted the rule of law. 

 

President Trump does not. His rejection of it distinguishes him from any other modern American leader. He has instead flirted with Louis XIV’s notion of “L’état, c’est moi”: The state is me — and I’ll decide which laws to follow.

American history is replete with “false-flag” events promoted by our leaders to foster an unpopular agenda…

…American history is replete with “false-flag” events promoted by our leaders to foster an unpopular agenda…

MSNBC anchor: Is Trump trying to provoke a domestic terror attack to prove himself right?

6/5/2017 1:31:33 PM  Allahpundit  ….Good catch by Chuck Ross of the Daily Caller, who stuck with this insanity long enough to watch Thomas Roberts pose the question a second time. He didn’t “misspeak” or brain-fart in the course of ad-libbing on live TV. He found this   …..More…