Should Convicted Criminals be Allowed to Run for Congress?

This poster, showing Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Arizona well illustrates the matter of what to do when law enforcement engages in civil disobedience. Should they be treated as any other citizen? Or should there be a higher standard? Image credit: Arizona New Times

Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, convicted criminal, is making news again, this time because he has announced his intention to run for the Congress of the United States. This comes at a time when much is up for grabs Read More …

OK, So HR 3235 Seems Very Criminal. Really Congress?

Image of football wide receiver saying "I'm Open. Throw it to Me!" with image below of receiver fumbling the ball. Caption reads, 115th Congress wants the ball, but cannot seem to do anything but fumble...except when it comes to protecting their own health coverage...they got THAT covered...by FOUR committees even.

HR 3235 seems to be a very criminal by Congress. The bill, which was introduced on July 14, 2017 is at this point an unknown other than the title. Yet, the title alone seems enough that the average American worried Read More …