Authored by William Robert Barber

The Judiciary Committee is infiltrated by ten committed members of the “resistance.” The “ten” are veteran politicians sworn to uphold (evidently) their version of the Constitution. They are Machiavellian practitioners that could teach Machiavelli a lesson in amoral behavior. The recent attempt at an ad hoc assassination of Judge Kavanaugh is an example of the diametric of what Americans heretofore have considered ethical, just, and fair.

With the attainment of political power as their goal, the Democrats and sympathizers have audaciously — and with lucid transparency — presented (to the American people) their progressive sociopolitical beliefs. For these Democrats the means employed is irrelevant: the relevance is the result. Lie, distort, misdirect, and deceive the aforementioned are pointed descriptive(s)  of the Democrats’ malicious and righteously dysfunctional behavior.

Every Democratic member of the Judiciary Committee is locked into a symbiosis of self-serving intangibles seeking (but not finding) tangible cause. These senators care less for truth, justice, or fairness and more for thwarting the Kavanaugh nomination. Satisfying the outrageous demands of their party’s lefties while pursuing the most endearing of their ambitions: Regaining congressional majority. Rejecting the conventions of the senatorial process, in other words, tradition, precedence, civility, and procedure is cavalierly annulled as petty-minded encumbrances. Resist, delay, circumvent not just this nominee… these Democrats intent to stop any progress that the Trump administration attempts.

The loss of the 2016 election was a slap in the face for progressive ideals, plain and simple. The effect of the loss was bad enough — but to lose to Donald Trump! has damaged the cognitive dexterity and analytical acuity of the liberal progressives and their leftist kin.

Because of Trump’s election victory and the heretofore insanity of the Democratic response, reason and what was understood as reasonable has lost its traditional meaning. In today’s world fruitful dialogue exists only among ideological bedfellows. The country is split as diametrically as it was in 1861. Hopefully, Fort Sumter is not the beginning of the end for America as a “land of laws, not men”.

On so many critical issues the divide is venomous and acute. In the midst of this booming economy, the Democrats are dissatisfied with the fiscal agenda of President Trump. Their entire mission is dislodgement of his presidency by any means possible. They insist on hating and demeaning. It doesn’t matter at all whether the president is right or if his policies are sensible: They oppose. They create chaos and then charge the administration for chaotic tremors.

Judge Kavanaugh suffered the slings and arrows of scurrilous slander because he was appointed by President Trump. The Democrats hate this president so much, the “how” no longer matters; what matters is usurping this president no matter the “how.”


Authored by William Robert Barber

Was this outburst the early signs of dementia? Did Cory Booker lose his cognitive wellbeing? Was he befuddled and confused by the hecklers or the seriousness of the Senate’s advice and consent responsibilities?

No! It was Senator Booker’s intent to write, perform, and produce a one-act play, utilizing the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing as his theatrical platform. Booker wrote himself in as the heroic protagonist; vowing to risk his office so to assure that the American people realize a look-see into Booker’s idea of what documents are pertinent and essential.

Of course his script did not disclose that prior to his declaration of “I am Spartacus,” the document in question was, as requested, declassified and importantly, Senator Booker knew of its declassification. Withstanding that gauge of motivational insight, in order for a Senator to be vanquished from the Senate, a 2/3 member vote is required. Such an event is unlikely to be taken against Senator Booker or any of his Senatorial brethren. In other words, his risk of banishment from the Senate was as hollow as his Spartacus moment.

The Senator, like so many politicians, when on camera (or on the set) pursues applause. This Senator of the “Purple Chamber” is a 2020 presidential candidate. Therefore the Senator necessitates distinction from the forthcoming herd of Democratic candidates. Hence, “I am Spartacus.”

Cory Booker has all the noticeable compensations: He is good-looking, well educated, and a black American politician who knows how to advantage opportunity. He is young and brave (saved a woman in 2012 in a burning house.) One would think that he has learned the virtue of political patience. Obviously, his hurriedness to reach the office of the presidency has forced a conflation of the throwaway and pointless i.e. “I amSpartacus” line with Patrick Henry’s, “Give me liberty, or give me death.”

Senator Booker however has no worries his reelection is affirmed.

Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation is the issue of concern. And as the recent hearing displayed truth and the factual is openly suppressed in favor of the Democrats’ initiative — withstanding the use of any means scurrilous or extralegal — to delay and eventually defeat his confirmation.

This is the political party that requests congressional dominance in the forthcoming election???