By Darrell Roberts Dear Congressman Devin Nunes, You had one job, sir, and you failed. Perhaps this memo should have been written to you after the first failed conspiracy attempt. However, who could have known that you, Devin Nunes, would attempt a second conspiracy without adjusting your weak game? Indeed, the
By Susan Kuebler If there were ever a clearer sign that the Republicans and Speaker Paul Ryan just don’t “get it” when it comes to every day Americans, the following tweet earlier on Saturday by Speaker Ryan proves it. After receiving substantial push back on Twitter, Ryan subsequently deleted this
By Susan Kuebler Today the world of news has been totally consumed by the release of the #NunesMemo. By nearly all accounts, the four-page highly touted memo released by a straight party line vote from the House Intelligence Agency that was purported to contain devastating information regarding both the FBI
By David Malcolm The Nunes memo has been approved to be released, after months of wrangling and an increasingly hostile war of words. Finally, the veil has been lifted over the ‘explosive’ contents of Devin Nunes memo, claiming bias within the FBI and the DOJ. Having read the memo over,
By Grace Lidia Suárez We have just been informed that the President has approved the release of the Nunes memo. This memo is the product of the Republican majority of the House Select Committee on Intelligence. It purports to describe the process by which the FBI obtained a warrant from
By David Malcolm One of the traits of the UK-US relationship is the trading, not just of goods, but of ideas and trends. From abolitionists to boy-bands, America and Britain can share much of each other’s social, cultural and political backgrounds. Sadly, the sweet is often followed by the bitter.