Author: Jonathan Prichard

Deep Rivers

Robert Mueller’s Corrupt Bargain – General Michael Flynn Ensnared in a Deep-state Flytrap   Washington, DC – Special Counsel Robert Mueller has secured a guilty plea from General Michael Flynn on a single count of lying to federal agents (18 U.S.C, Section 1001). That is the news on the surface, such as it is, but buries the real story in an avalanche of process. As stated in the Mueller indictment, Flynn “did willfully and knowingly make materially false, fictitious and fraudulent statements and representations” to the FBI regarding his interaction with then-Russian Envoy Sergey Kislyak. The Mueller investigation did...

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The Reckoning

Democrats appear willing to put Clintons out to pasture By Jonathan Prichard Washington D.C. – Recent statements by prominent Democrats appear to signal that the Clinton’s run in public life is over. From Democrat senator Kirsten Gillibrand breaking from party orthodoxy to say Bill Clinton should have resigned the Presidency over the Monica Lewinsky affair, to veteran actor Susan Sarandon proclaiming Hillary is dangerous and is good she is not President, the Clinton’s are apparently being readied for an extended stint under the proverbial bus. Longtime Democrat operative, Donna Brazile began what might turn out as the initial bursting...

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Massacre at Mandalay Bay

Boulevard of Bloodshed Although we live in a blood-soaked age of terrorist attacks and mass shootings, the Massacre at Mandalay Bay is now viewed as the worst mass-shooting in modern American history, taking the lives of 58 people and injuring another 546 others. As authorities, amateur sleuths and the public work to unravel the specifics of this particular horrific tragedy, the case has yielded little but enigmatic characters, baffling circumstances and a raft of loose ends. A debate rages about whether this massacre was the act of a lone shooter, a team of terrorists or a government operation gone...

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