Sarah Palin has filed a defamation suit against The New York Times alleging defamation in an Editorial linking her to the January 2011 shooting of former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords. From the facts alleged, she appears to have a good case.
Being a public servant, especially serving as President or in the White House in general, means you are going to be criticized, lampooned, ridiculed, and even “attacked.”
On the second anniversary of its decision in Obergefell, the Supreme Court struck another blow in favor of LGBT rights.
Once again, Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to attack women, embarrass himself, and embarrass the nation he purports to represent.
In light of a recent Supreme Court decision, the Federal Government is ending its defense of an effort to revoke the trademarks of the Washington Redskins.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is apparently chafing under a White House that isn’t letting him do his job.
Donald Trump is the most unpopular incoming President in more than eighty years.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving New Jersey’s challenge to a Federal law outlawing sports betting.
The GOP’s effort to ‘repeal and replace’ Obamacare faces another roadblock, namely the fact that the American public doesn’t support their replacement plan.
Donald Trump’s golf courses are displaying something that literally is fake news.
A big setback for Republican efforts to ‘repeal and replace’ Obamacare.
The Supreme Court has accepted the appeal of a Colorado baker in a case that will determine if claims of religious liberty and free expression outweigh the application of generally applicable laws against discrimination.
Once again, a bad CBO score is casting doubt on a Republican health care reform bill.
The Supreme Court has once again declined to hear an appeal in a Second Amendment case.
The Supreme Court ruled today that states may not exclude church-run schools from an aid program with a wholly secular purpose.
In a decision that hands a victory to both sides, the Supreme Court has partly upheld, and partly lifted, the stay on President Trump’s Executive Order that banned travel from six majority-Muslim nations.
The Senate GOP health care reform care bill faces a crucial week, and things aren’t looking good.
Twitter is, in some way, the most vacuous and simplistic of all social media, and it also appears to be the President’s main intellectual outlet.
With tomorrow marking the end of the Court’s current term, there’s speculation that we could see Justice Anthony Kennedy stepping down.
Donald Trump’s Presidency is young, but he’s already on track to become the biggest liar ever to occupy the Oval Office.
No wonder they wrote it in secret and want to move quickly to a vote…
Senate Republicans released their proposed health care plan this morning, but it could already be doomed.
In one of the most closely watched Special Elections in American history, the outcome turned out to be not entirely surprising.
The Supreme Court rules that states cannot bar convicted felons from using social media sites.
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Federal Government cannot deny trademark protection because a requested trademark is “disparaging” to a racial or ethnic group.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear its first case on partisan gerrymandering in more than ten years, but opponents of the practice shouldn’t start celebrating just yet.
A van struck a crowd outside a London mosque late last night in an attack by a man who said he wanted to kill Muslims.
A hung jury in the Cosby sexual assault case results in a mistrial.
Foolishly, President Trump is rolling back part of President Obama’s opening to Cuba.
A Massachusetts teenager faces 20 years in prison for contributing to her boyfriend’s suicide via text message.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has a Trump family member in the cross hairs.
Donald Trump thinks the media doesn’t like his Twitter habit. In reality, they love it.