Roy Moore continues to think that he is special.
Roy Moore isn’t giving up, but he can’t stop the inevitable.
Three U.S. cities are suing the Federal Government over the failure to properly report military convictions to the national gun background check database.
The battle for control of the Virginia House of Delegates remains up in the air as both sides continue to dispute the outcome in one district.
An increasing number of businesses are refusing to accept cash as payment, that raises some interesting social and legal issues.
Late yesterday, a panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling striking down the latest version of Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban.
A Judge in New York has dismissed a lawsuit against the President based on two provisions of the Constitution that had never been ruled on before.
New York Knicks Center Enes Katner is at the center of an international legal dispute for speaking out against the President of Turkey.
A new poll shows President Trump losing to a “Generic Democrat.” This poll means nothing.
After nearly twenty years, the Republican domination of the Virginia House of Delegates came to an end thanks to a single vote.
Republicans passed their tax bill yesterday. What that means for the economy and the 2018 midterms is another question.
As we near the end of the year, the President’s job approval numbers remain at historically low levels, and there’s no sign that they’ll improve in 2018.
Report that President Trump considered withdrawing the Gorsuch nomination are another sign of his unhealthy obsession with pledges of loyalty from people who have no business giving it to him.
My latest for The National Interest, “How Trump’s National Security Strategy Breaks with the Past,” has posted.
Two months after a referendum that supported independence from Spain, Catalan voters head to the polls for a new round of parliamentary elections that remain up in the air.
A Trump judicial nominee who could not answer basic legal questions in a hearing last week has withdrawn his nomination, but this is likely to happen again unless the Administration fixes some obvious flaws in its selection process.
Federal Appeals Court Judge Alex Kozinski is resigning immediately after a barrage of sexual harassment allegations.
Some Democratic Senators are suggesting that Al Franken should reconsider his decision to resign from the Senate.
Once again, tax “reform” won’t make it easier to prepare or file tax returns.
Meet Matthew Peterson, a nominee for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia who apparently doesn’t know much about trials.
The final version of the tax bill appears to be on track for passage, but the devil is in the details.
With the results from Alabama. the GOP faces a hard road ahead defending its majority in the Senate.
As he nears the one-year anniversary of his Inauguration, President Trump is getting increasingly bad reviews from the public.
Roy Moore’s loss in Alabama is bringing out into the open a civil war that has been going on for seven years now.