Hillary Clinton After Whitewater

Harold Pease, Ph. D The last few months have been full of Hillary intrigue; most recently her use of her own home server to house some of our most sensitive national security secrets as Secretary of State in opposition to the Federal Records Act. ... Read more


By Harold Pease, Ph. D Hillary Clinton’s refusal to use government secured servers and a government email address, opting instead for her own unsecured home server as Secretary of State, is now criticized by Democrats and Republicans alike. ... Read more

Republican Traitors?

By Harold Pease, Ph. D The New York Daily News, March 10, unleashed a firestorm with its front-page depiction of the 47 Republican U.S. Senators who signed a letter to Iran reminding it that Iran’s agreement with President Barack Obama still ... Read more

No Child Left Behind up for Re-authorization

By Harold Pease, Ph. D No Child left Behind (NCLB), the signature legislation of the George W. Bush Administration is now up for re-authorization. Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and chairman of the Committee on Health, Education, Labor and ... Read more

Put Me in Charge of the Welfare State

By Harold Pease, Ph. D The national debt now exceeds 18 trillion dollars, almost half added during the Barack Obama administration alone, and is increased by three to four billion every day and neither major political party nor network is talking ... Read more

Don’t Mess with the Internet!!

By Harold Pease, Ph. D It is difficult to say what mans’ greatest crowning technological achievement has been but it is likely the Internet, which emerged and operates without a central governing body—just like most everything in a free ... Read more

Praise the Presidents but Oppose their Messages

By Harold Pease, Ph. D Presidents’ Day, combining birthdays of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln for a national holiday, was designed to honor the contributions of both but, though we heap praise upon each, we ignore their messages. ... Read more