FOWC with Fandango — Unhinged I'm voting for Yang. Even if he isn't the nominee, he's my guy. Anyone who'll give me magic mushrooms and enough money to live on? My man! Does everyone feel as if they fell into the rabbit hole and that last mushroom made them huge -- or tiny. My plastic flamingo … Continue reading TOTALLY UNHINGED – Marilyn Armstrong
The squirrels were glued to both feeders. The birds were flying around trying to figure out a way of getting a seed for themselves. Three little birds sat on the rail below the feeders, periodically looking up to see if, by any chance, one of both squirrels had decided they'd had enough and left. If … Continue reading LITTLE BIRDS AND WELL-FED SQUIRRELS – Marilyn Armstrong
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Items with two M’s This turned out to be more difficult than I expected. Summer was the only one I could think of off-hand, but I couldn't just do all "summer" pictures.
I had been thinking the same thing, but he says it so much better than I could.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has greater reason to recuse himself from participation in the Senate impeachment trial than Jeff Sessions had for recusing himself from the DOJ investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
An online dictionary defines ‘recuse’ as “the withdrawal of a judge, prosecutor, or juror from a case on the grounds that they are unqualified to perform legal duties because of a possible conflict of interest or lack of impartiality.”
Until the day Mr. Sessions made his announcement, the terms ‘recuse’ and ‘recusal’ were unfamiliar to most Americans who work outside the court system. Though Mr. Sessions’ decision angered the president, it was the right thing to do. Senate Majority Leader McConnell should do the same.
If public perception is nine-tenths of reality, a Senate trial that is not a trial will deepen and spread the cynicism that threatens the survival of…
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