Victimhood and the Trump-FOX-GOP – Musing about law, books, and politics

Once you start looking for victimization, you see all through the statements of Drumpf, Faux News, and the Grand Oligarchy Party. — Read on terikanefield-blog.com/victimhood-and-the-trump-fox-gop/

Pelosi, Impeachment, and why the Nixon analogies probably don’t work. – Musing about law, books, and politics

I am in favor of opening impeachment hearings. I believe Nancy Pelosi is handling matters correctly. Here is how both of the above can be true at the same time. — Read on terikanefield-blog.com/pelosi-impeachment-and-why-the-nixon-analogies-probably-dont-work/

Summary [and analysis] of Mueller’s May 29, 2019 speech – Musing about law, books, and politics

That the Mueller report leads inexorably to the conclusion that Trump obstructed justice is no surprise to anyone who actually read the report Trump’s entire “legal defense” is to torpedo truth itself. — Read on terikanefield-blog.com/summary-and-analysis-of-muellers-may-29-2019-speech/

The Trump Reality Show – Musing about law, books, and politics

Yet another excellent breakdown of Drumpf and the Grand Oligarchy Party and their push toward Putinism in America. The events Wednesday and Thursday—beginning with Trump storming out of a meeting, and culminating with Trump tweeting a doctored video of Pelosi—went beyond the usual level of bizarre. But don’t be fooled. Source: The Trump Reality Show […]

Reading the Mueller Report, V: Links but no “coordination” – Musing about law, books, and politics

All those links—but no “coordination.” How can that be?  Mueller’s task was to determine whether there were “links and/or coordination” between the Trump Campaign and Russia. Mueller found links galore. But it turns out that finding “coordination” — or, to use the legal term, “conspiracy”— proved more difficult. — Read on terikanefield-blog.com/reading-the-mueller-report-v-links-but-no-coordination/

Reading the Mueller Report, Part IV: The June 9, 2016 Trump Tower Meeting – Musing about law, books, and politics

Why weren’t crimes charged as a result of the June 9, 2016 Trump Tower Meeting?  We’ll begin with the “facts.” By “facts” I mean what the prosecutors have enough evidence to prove. — Read on terikanefield-blog.com/reading-the-mueller-report-part-iv-2/

Reading the Mueller Report, Part III: Why More Crimes Weren’t Charged – Musing about law, books, and politics

Q: Why weren’t more crimes charged from the behavior described in Vol. I?  First reason: Special Counsel (SC) was not able to collect all the evidence for a variety of reasons (Mueller Report, page 10) — Read on terikanefield-blog.com/reading-the-mueller-report-part-iv/

Reading the Mueller Report Part II: Links Galore – Musing about law, books, and politics

While the Russian government was busy interfering in the presidential election in “sweeping and systematic fashion,” what were members of the Trump Campaign doing? They were busy establishing Russian links and contacts, eagerly anticipating profiting and benefiting from all that Russia love—and lying through their teeth about these links to the American people and investigators. […]