As Shutdown Continues, The President's Political Position Weakens

As the shutdown continues, the President's political position is becoming weaker. He doesn't seem to care, though.

Mariano Rivera Becomes First Unanimous Pick To Baseball Hall Of Fame

The best Relief Pitcher in Major League history has been unanimously inducted into the Baseball Hall Of Fame.

Pete Buttigieg 2020?

Pete Buttigieg, the Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is the latest entrant into the 2020 race for President. To say is a long-shot is an understatement.

Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Second Amendment Case

For the first tine in nearly ten years, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving Second Amendment rights.

It's Time To Make Government Shutdowns Impossible

There's a way that Congress and the President could make future government shutdowns impossible, but they probably won't do it.

Senate To Vote On Bills Doomed To Fail As Shutdown Continues

The Senate has the ball this week in terms of action on the government shutdown, but its work is going to end up being utterly pointless.

Death Cleaning

Your treasures are your kids' junk.

Supreme Court Lifts Injunction Barring Trump's Transgender Military Ban

In what amounts to a setback, the Supreme Court has lifted an injunction barring the Trump Administration's ban on transgender service in the military to go forward pending further legal proceedings.

Americans Pessimistic About Trump's Presidency

New polling data indicates that Americans are more pessimistic about the future of the Trump Presidency. That's not good news for him, or for Republicans.

Shutdown Eroding Public Faith In The Economy

The government shutdown is beginning to negatively impact the public's perception of the health of the economy.

Trump Keeps Lying, The Truth Keeps Dying

Two years into his Presidency, Donald Trump continues to set the wrong kind of records.

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Trump And Kim Jong Un To Meet Again Next Month

President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet again in February, but it's hard to see why.

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Senator Kamala Harris Enters The Race For President

As expected. California Senator Kamala Harris has entered the race for President.

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Democrats United In Opposition To Trump's Shutdown Offer

Not surprisingly, the President's proposed shutdown deal is not being received well by Democrats on Capitol Hill.

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MAGA Student Confronting Native American Veteran Story Fake News?

The longer video and deeper investigation of the incident reveals a very different story.

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Chicago Police Officer Sentenced To Seven Years In Murder Of Laquan McDonald

A Chicago police officer convicted of second-degree murder has been sentenced to seven years in prison, but could be out in as little as three-and-a-half.

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Larry Hogan As A 2020 GOP Challenger To Trump?

Could Maryland Governor Larry Hogan be just the kind of Republican to challenge Trump in 2020?

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Trump's Border 'Compromise' Not Going Over Very Well

The initial reaction to President Trump's proposal to reopen the government is not going over well on either side of the aisle.

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Trump Offers Temporary DACA Protection In Exchange For Wall Funding

President Trump put an offer on the table to end the shutdown, the question is whether it will actually lead anywhere.

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After Trump's Tariffs, American Steel Industry Faces Downturn

Despite the President's claims, the American steel industry isn't doing well at all.

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A Funding Offer Coming?

Is Trump about to make an offer (plus the SOTU letter may have helped).

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The SOTU Folderol

Thoughts on politics and constitutional powers.

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Justices Appear Skeptical Of Residency Requirements In Alcohol Sales Laws

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in a case that could make it easier for consumers to buy and ship wine and other adult beverages across state lines.

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Trump Exceedingly Unlikely to be Removed from Office, No Matter What

A leading conservative makes a truly bizarre defense of the President.

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Signs Of Progress On Ending The Shutdown? Maybe, Maybe Not

With Democrats making a new proposal and the President set to speak later today, there could be movement on ending the government shutdown. I wouldn't be too optimistic, though.

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Did Trump Really Want to Be President? Who Cares?

A new report raises an old question that's now irrelevant.

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Mueller's Office Disputes Report That Trump Told Cohen To Lie To Congress

In a rare public statement, the office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller is disputing reports that the President directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.

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A Photo for Friday: "Campus at Night"

Happy Friday.

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Let Congress Go Home For The Recess, Let Them Hear From The People

Instead of staying in Washington, Congress should go on recess so Members of Congress and Senators can hear from the people how the shutdown is impacting them.

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Trump Losing Support Among Part Of His Base

New polling seems to indicate that President Trump is losing support among an important part of his base.

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Report Alleges That President Trump Directed Michael Cohen To Lie To Congress

A new blockbuster report implicates the President in no less than five Federal crimes.

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Political Temper Tantrums and the Constitution

The efforts by Speaker Pelosi and President Trump to leverage their institutional powers raise interesting questions.

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Temper Tantrums Abound As Shutdown Continues

As the government shutdown continues, Washington is coming to resemble a fight between toddlers. Except the toddlers have the excuse of not knowing any better.

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Trump Responds To Pelosi By Canceling Military Air Support For Congressional Trips

President Trump responded to the suggestion that the State of the Union be rescheduled by revoking military transportation for a Congressional trip to visit troops in Afghanistan.

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