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It's Father's Day – "Happy Father's Day" to all the dads out there. I promise you, if you are the parent of a teenager, they do love you and someday they will talk to you again – closer to when they hit 20! In the meantime, to all those bewildered fathers who think their daughters

June 12

Ending the "collusion with any foreign government" in a campaign is easy.  Congress should pass a one sentence law:  If a foreign government contacts a political campaign or candidate in any way, it is a violation of US campaign law not to notify the FBI within 12 hours.

By |2019-06-13T11:28:06-07:00June 13th, 2019|Categories: Joyce-ism of The Day|Tags: , , |0 Comments


The Mueller Report was released, redacted, on Thursday, April 18. I've read 381 of the 448 pages. The report does reveal a sweep scope of Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential Campaign – Key first impressions: This was a sophisticated attack by the Russian state on the United States of America. The size and sweep

What Congress Should Learn from the Mueller Report

Congress cannot allow the executive branch to "adopt regulations" intended to insulate itself from the forceful congressional oversight the Founding Fathers enumerated in Article One of the Constitution.