Trumps tax returns have been subpoenaed

New filings in court looks like trouble for Individual 1 A look back. In April of this year, two committees from the House of Representatives, filed subpoenas to both Deutsche Bank and Capital One for financial information regarding Trump, some members of his family and his businesses. He, and members of his cabinet and even Our attorney general, William Barr, filed suits and briefs to stop any disclosure. It has wound it’s way thru the court system thru the summer and we are finally seeing the light of day. On a procedural day in court, last Friday the 23rd, both banks cited ‘contractual obligations’ toRead More →

anything that comes out of his mouth

That’s what he posted early Monday Morning from the G7 Summit Over the last few months, through social media and in person, I have made some enemies of folks for stating my mind and my position about this President, his administration and the way the swamp folks have handled domestic and world affairs, since he was sworn in as #45. On the other hand, I’ve given voice to those that, for whatever reason, have not spoken out before against the blind trust some people have in the way things are going. This post is to those people that believe everything is just rosy and it’sRead More →

President Trump hard at work.

Let’s see. You are the President of the United States and you are in France attending a summit of the 7 most powerful counties in the world. You have meetings scheduled all day with some of the world leaders, a breakfast here, lunch there. But for some reason, you are up at 2:30am France time tweeting about how great ‘your’ stock market is. But even worse than your self centered look at things, you are assuming that if your democratic opponent would have won the election, it would have tanked, or ‘CRASHED’ as you put it.           Since you are toRead More →

More Women need to have a seat in the capitol

That old adage ‘A woman’s place is in the House’ if proving to be just what this country needs, and a few more in the Senate wouldn’t hurt come 2020. From local and state level elections this year, to next years Presidential run, I would like to see more women running and elected, on both sides of the aisle. Record number of women When the 116th congress was sworn in during the first week of January, 2019, a record number of women took their seats in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. And hopefully, it’s only the beginning. In the House, there areRead More →

A check list for getting a good contractor

We’ve heard it all before, ‘My cousin Vinny can do that kitchen remodel for you cheaper than any contractor around’. Or ‘Charles did our bathroom and I think it looks great, saved me thousands’. Saving money on a room or whole house remodel is important, but as they say, you get what you pay for. In setting up that first meeting, let the prospective contractor know what you are wanting ahead of time. Tell them that you want a new kitchen and all that’s involved. New cabinets, counter top, flooring, back splash, new paint on the walls and a nice new floor. You do thisRead More →