BY JOHN FEEHERY
MAY 11, 2017 | Reprinted from TheFeeheryTheory.com
Donald Trump had every Constitutional right to fire James Comey if he thought he wasn’t doing a good job.
Comey himself said that in his resignation letter.
Trump had the right to fire him for any reason. He could fire him if he didn’t like the tie he wore to a Committee hearing. He could fire him for putting ketchup on a hot dog. He could fire him if he perceived he wasn’t loyal to him. Or he could fire him for incompetence.
Under the law, Donald Trump had the power to fire James Comey.
The question is not about the legality of the action. This firing has not sparked a Constitutional crisis. Continue reading
BY RICH GALEN
MAY 8, 2017 | Reprinted from Mullings.com
A Tweet of mine from May 4: Here’s what I know that I know: When everyone says THIS is going to happen … THAT happens. Healthcare vote today may prove that again.
You may have heard, seen, or read about the House voting on its version of “repeal and replace” last week. It passed by a vote of 217 – 213. No Ds voted for it. 20 Rs voted against it.
The popular press made a big deal about how the vote was soooooo close. Well, it was. It got one more vote than required for an absolute majority. Because of four vacancies in the House (Georgia 6, Montana At-Large, South Carolina 5 and California 34) Republicans needed 216 votes to assure a majority. Continue reading