Either Trump doesn’t understand what he is talking about, or he thinks his supporters are dumb.
Perhaps NRO’s Charles W. Cooke needs to read the report (and do a better job of putting Mueller’s statements in context).
Yesterday’s press event with Robert Mueller underscores the importance of congressional testimony.
The cost of Trump’s trade policies are well beyond the cost of soy beans.
No, abolishing the EC would not turn farmers into serfs.
More proportional than the GOP, but perhaps not as proportional as one might think.
Forget high language about constitutional prerogatives. This is about parties and elections.
Setting aside poking a little fun, this number of candidates is just not sustainable.
Trump’s penchant for behaving more like a talk radio host than a POTUS continues unabated.
More Madisonian musing on the current state of our constitutional order.
Back to Fed 51 and this moment in oversight: we have to remember what ambitions drive politicians.
As I have noted before: party trumps institutional pride. The Barr testimony is just another example.
US higher education is made up of far more than just the Ivies and other elite schools.
Trump really has no plan about the border save for demagoging the issue.
Sanders’ suggestion is not as outside democratic norms as one might think.
A reminder that over 3 million citizens have no effective influence over the federal government.
The White House clearly doesn’t have a plan beyond attacking Obamacare to score political points.
Trump’s threat will not make things better (and the notion of actually closing the border is insane).
Note to the folks at Fox and Friends: Central America is not part of Mexico.
Trump declares he will end aid to Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.