Keith Girard

Donald Trump Engaging in ‘Unprecedented Constitutional Violations’ AGs Charge

Donald Trump is engaging in “unprecedented constitutional violations” of the U.S, Constitution for accepting millions of dollars from foreign governments through his various business entities, of which he’s never relinquished his interest, according to a lawsuit filed by Maryland and the District of Columbia. The lawsuit presents the first major challenge over alleged Trump corruption under the emoluments clause of the Constitution.... Read More...

Donald Trump Running Scared For First Time After James Comey Testimony

Donald Trump is facing a prima facie case of obstruction of justice for his attempts to sway former FBI Director James Comey to drop the investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn, according to several legal scholars. For the first time, the White House appeared to be running scared. Comey’s testimony yesterday before the Senate Intelligence Committee dramatically raised the stakes of the Russia investigation.... Read More...

End Game: Trump Russia Pieces Falling Into Place: How He Sold Out to Kremlin

Donald Trump’s Russia gambit is facing its denouement. Although investigations probing his connections to the Kremlin are still underway, enough circumstantial evidence has been revealed to finally piece together a plausible scenario for collusion and criminal behavior. Although the following is just one theory, there’s no question the end game is at hand for the president and his Russian cronies, including Vladimir Putin.... Read More...

Syria Shock: How Putin Played Trump and Why He’s Threat to National Security

Donald Trump has long been played on Syria by Russian President Vladimir Putin, leading up to the latest atrocity this week by the Assad regime. The brutal attack makes clear the nation’s national security is at risk as long as the President stonewalls on his Kremlin ties. Trump quickly blamed former President Obama for the tragedy, but his explanation was another transparent attempt to deflect responsibility.... Read More...

Ivanka Job: What Does Trump Daughter Hope to Gain From White House Position?

Short of a career in politics, Ivanka Trump appears to have little to gain and much to lose by taking a high-ranking job in father Donald Trump’s administration–unless she’s being called on to be a moderating force on the president’s mercurial and unpredictable personality. Ivanka made clear in a new interview with CBS News this morning “where I disagree with my father, he knows it.”... Read More...

Air War: Trump Sued by Local Officals for Violating Federal Energy Rules

Donald Trump is under fire from a coalition of state and local governments for blocking energy efficiency standards for such consumer and commercial products as ceiling fans, portable air conditioners, walk-in coolers. freezers and commercial boilers. Attorneys General from California, Connecticut, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Oregon, Vermont, Washington, Maryland, as well as the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and the City of New York are leading the effort.... Read More...
President Trump continues his roll back of environmental regulations that protect the nation's air land and water. (Photo: Getty)

Trump’s New Coal Regs a Death Sentence for Thousands With Chronic Lung Ailments

Donald Trump’s roll-back of Obama-era regulations to foster the use of coal will do little to benefit coal miners, except to cause more deaths and disability, according to research into the health effects from pollution associated with coal-fired power plants.The American Lung Association (ALA) says that “particle pollution from power plants is estimated to kill approximately 13,000 people a year.”... Read More...

Run for Cover: Trump Under Siege, Russia Scandal Blows Up, Collusion Alleged

Donald Trump’s White House is under siege after new evidence surfaced that campaign operatives colluded with Russia during the election. The charges came in the face of an unprecedented loss of confidence in his administration over Trump’s steady stream of false statements. Meanwhile, all out partisan warfare broke out on Capitol Hill after the House Intelligence Committee chairman broke precedent in an effort to provide cover for the president.... Read More...

Russia Mole: Trump Campaign Manager Worked Secretly for Vladimir Putin

President Donald Trump’s ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin deepened today (Mar. 22) following a new revelation that former campaign manager Paul Manafort worked secretly for Putin in apparent violation of the U.S. Foreign Agents Registration Act. Manafort allegedly crafted an ambitious political campaign to undermine anti-Russian opposition across former Soviet republics, Western Europe and the United States, The Associated Press reported.... Read More...

Donald Trump Has a Job For You… Toiling on Eric’s Virginia Vineyard for $10 an Hour

Is this what Donald Trump means about creating U.S. jobs? Son Eric Trump has hung out a help wanted sign at his Virginia vineyard, but no Americans have agreed to stoop–literally–for the work, so he’s seeking foreigners. Eric’s predicament highlight’s the fallacy of his father’s immigration policy. Federal agents are furiously rounding up illegal immigrants while simultaneously making it more difficult to enter the United States legally.... Read More...

Keith Girard

Keith Girard has 30 years of experience as an award-winning reporter, editor-in-chief, and senior media executive. Keith’s career began in Washington, D.C., where he was a reporter for The Washington Post and a contributing editor for Regardie's and Washingtonian magazines. He also worked as a writer/producer in CNN's Washington Bureau and has written one book on the U.S. Marines in the Gulf War.