Tag Archives: Russia

What Is the Crisis? The Possibility of Collusion

June 15, 2017 What would “collusion” look like? That’s the question that’s on my mind today. In a previous post, I outlined four possibilities about how we might understand the crisis currently facing the United States. The first of those … Continue reading

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What Is the Crisis? Next Steps and Acceptable Resolutions

Now that the Russian Connections investigation is in the hands of Robert Mueller as Special Counsel, we should be thinking about where this might lead, and, insofar as there are choices, where we hope it leads. As any number of … Continue reading

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Where To Focus: Day 115

We’re beyond the first 100 days. Time to remember that there are 1460 days between presidential elections (or between inaugurations) in the U.S. We have to endure 13 more stretches the length of this first one. Are we ready for … Continue reading

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The Russia Connection: Stay Focused

As we come to the end of Trump’s first 100 days in office, it is more than ever important to stay focused on what we know and don’t know about the Russia connection.  The last few days have brought important … Continue reading

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Three Ring Circus: House, Senate & Trump/Putin

This week in Washington DC is proving a three ring circus.  Hard to know where to focus your attention, and perhaps that’s some of the point.  Those opposed to the Trump/House Republican domination of our government need to stay focused … Continue reading

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Strategy: Follow the Russian Connection

So many, many issues: environmental protection, refugees, healthcare, minimum wage, Islamophobia, Planned Parenthood, religious freedom, attacks on journalists, budget cuts (Medicaid, NEA and NEH), trade pacts, NATO, the E.U. and Brexit, voting rights, LGBTQ rights, tax reform and tax cuts, … Continue reading

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