The Mueller Report: A Reading

Is it just me, or have the last few years seemed like a decade? No matter what your political leanings are, it can hardly be disputed that the U.S. political landscape has been upended since the last presidential election.

Whether or not you voted for our current president, his . . . unconventional presidency has left every last one of us speechless at times. Each news cycle is barely able to report on the sensational bits, let alone cover all the news and hanging over it all has been the investigation led by Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, III.

His investigation into Russian interference into the 2016 presidential election and subsequently into Donald Trump’s efforts to obstruct said investigation finally wrapped up last month and the report (albeit a redacted version) has been released to the public.

Printed and audio will be available for sale from retailers (if they aren’t already) but I happen to think that if you can download a PDF copy for free you should also be able to listen to it for free. So I’ve decided to read it to you in a podcast.

Podcast information and episodes will be available on the podcast page and on Anchor. If you like what you hear, spread the word!

Paper Trails

They might more often be called digital footprints these days, but we’re not yet completely free of paper, and in any case the concept is the same. We leave evidence of ourselves everywhere we go, with every interaction we have, and after every transaction to which we are a party.

That evidence might be small, might seem insignificant, might not even be noticeable at first glance. But it’s there. And that fact has always intrigued me. We are a product of all those places, interactions, relationships, and transactions. We would be different, by degrees, if any one of those past experiences had not occurred, or had occurred differently.

Paper Trail Media follows those trails, those footprints.

We journey toward discovery from what’s been left behind.