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Sunday Political Brunch: Political Odds and Ends

Mark Curtis

Congress is coming back to Washington, D.C. this week after a two-week recess, or as the members call it, “a district work period....

Sunday Political Brunch—April 16, 2017: Trump Changing His Tune

Dr. Mark Curtis, Ed.D., is Chief Political Reporter for the five Nexstar Media TV stations in West Virginia, and a Political Analyst for &ldquo...

Fecteau: Trump’s War Power; U.S. Military Operations in Syria Are Constitutional

Donald Trump

Some concern exists as to whether President Donald Trump needs formal declaration or authorization from Congress to commit to further military action in Syria. I...

Fecteau: A Responsibility to Protect in Syria

The Trump administration ordered targeted military strikes on a Syrian airbase after the recent chemical gas attacks perpetrated by the government of President Bashar al-Assad...

Sunday Political Brunch - April 9, 2017: Choose Your Battles Carefully

Dr. Mark Curtis, Ed.D., is Chief Political Reporter for the five Nexstar Media TV stations in West Virginia, and a Political Analyst for &ldquo...

Fecteau: That Red Line in Syria

The Syrian government, led by President Bashar al-Assad, is once again accused of another lethal chemical weapons attack in the northern Syrian province of Idlib,...

“The Sunday Political Brunch”—April 2, 2017

It’s been a turbulent couple of weeks for President Trump. But every Commander in Chief has patches of rough seas. It’s...

Fecteau: Climate Change and Trump

I’ve been to some seventy countries around the world, and have seen the devastating impact of climate change. From the unusually warm winter...

Fecteau: Will Trump’s Tax Reform Plan be Another Epic Fail?

Despite all the promises during the campaign trail, President Donald J. Trump failed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (AKA ObamaCare). It was...

“The Sunday Political Brunch”—March 26, 2017

I was in the nation’s capital last week on assignment, and it got me to thinking about some of the tumultuous transitions of...

Fecteau: Congress is Missing in Action on the War in Syria

America has once again deployed conventional military forces in a Middle Eastern country, yet our Congress acts like nothing has happened. I am talking about...

“The Sunday Political Brunch”—March 19, 2017

Top o’ the mornin', readers. As many of you know, I am mostly Irish. My full name is Mark Corrigan Curtis; and, yes, I...

Grand Jury Says Officers Use of Deadly Force in February Shooting was Justified

A Multnomah County Grand Jury determined that two Portland Police Bureau officers were justified in their use of deadly force in the February 2017 shooting of 5...

“The Sunday Political Brunch”—March 12, 2017

I’ve had a lot of comments and messages in the last week regarding the Democratic Party response to President Trump’s joint...

Fecteau: Trump’s Terrifyingly Twisted Tweets

With each outlandish tweet, I become more concerned about the mental stability of our president, Mr. Donald Trump. Mr. Trump has proven he cannot be...

“The Sunday Political Brunch”—March 5, 2017

It’s never a dull moment in the world of politics, and this past week was no exception. President Trump delivered his first address...

Fecteau: Dire Choices on Syria

The United States has been leading an air assault similar to that of past conflicts in Libya, and Yugoslavia, but this time, targeting the terror...

“The Sunday Political Brunch”—February 26, 2017

As Bob Dylan sang, “The Times They Are A-Changin’!” Nowhere was that more evident than during Campaign 2016, when both parties set &ldquo...

Fecteau: Chafee’s Wrong on Russia

When the Russian government run RT news outlet needed an American talking head to regurgitate some of its propaganda, perhaps every other sellout was busy....

“The Sunday Political Brunch”—February 19, 2017

Everyone has been talking about the first 100 days of the Trump administration. Forget that! How about the first 30 days, which we are completing this weekend?...

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