Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has ruled out what would essentially be a quixotic primary challenge against President Trump.
Either Trump doesn’t understand what he is talking about, or he thinks his supporters are dumb.
The Navy is confirming that it did receive a request from the White House to keep the USS John McCain “out of sight” during the President’s visit to an American base in Japan.
Just a day before he is scheduled to arrive in the city for a State Visit, London’s Mayor is denouncing President Trump.
It’s been just about fifteen months since President Trump imposed tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. Not surprisingly, those tariffs have not had the effect the President claimed they would.
Republicans nationwide are trying to discourage Roy Moore from running for Senate again. Roy Moore doesn’t care.
Perhaps NRO’s Charles W. Cooke needs to read the report (and do a better job of putting Mueller’s statements in context).
Last night, President Trump announced a new round of tariffs against Mexico for reasons that have nothing to do with trade itself.
I continue to be opposed to impeachment of the President, but I’m slowly moving in that direction thanks primary to the Administration’s own actions.
White House aides asked the Navy to keep the USS John McCain “out of sight” while the President visited a Navy base in Japan earlier this week.
Michigan Congressman Justin Amash doubled down on his assertion that the Attorney General was deliberately misleading Congress and the American public.
For the first time since being appointed Special Counsel, Robert Mueller spoke to the media regarding his report on the Russia investigation. The news was not good for the President.
The House of Representatives has not even acted on impeachment, but Senate Republicans have already made up their mind.
The DPRK sent a message to the United States over the weekend, but it’s unlikely the President was listening.
President Trump says he wants to see men back on the Moon by 2024, but NASA thinks it’s going to take longer than that.
President Trump is in Japan, and while there is is dismissing the seriousness of new North Korean missile tests that threaten Japan.
A Federal Judge has put at least a partial hold on President’s Trump’s effort to use a “national emergency” to fund his border wall.
Michigan Congressman Justin Amash is the lone Republican voice speaking out against the President, and he’s making a strong case for his position in favor of impeachment.
As Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush remind us, there was a time when Republicans weren’t xenophobic nationalists when it comes to immigration policy.
New York has passed a law that would allow Congress to obtain copies of the President’s New York State tax returns.
President Trump’s stonewalling strategy suffered another legal setback in New York City yesterday.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin punted once again on the question of replacing Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, making clear that any change that does occur won’t happen until after Donald Trump is out of office.
President Trump isn’t pleased that a news network that has generally been his own personal propaganda network is reaching out to Democrats.
A previously confidential I.R.S. memo contradicts the Administration on the issue of providing copies of the President’s tax returns.
As the Administration continues to stonewall legitimate requests from Congress for documents and witnesses, pressure is growing on Speaker Pelosi to authorize the opening of an impeachment inquiry.
The House has passed legislation that would extend the protections of the Civil Rights Act to LGBT Americans, but it is probably doomed in the Senate.
At some point, what we call conservatism turned into a racket. It’s not surprising that this led directly to Trump.
The Trump Administration lost what is likely to be the first of many court challenges to its effort to stop Congress from doing what the Constitution requires it to do.
In the latest example of the White House’s ongoing effort to block Congress from exercising its duty to investigate the Executive Branch, the White House is blocking the former White House Counsel from testifying before Congress.
Justin Amash spoke out against the President and Attorney General. Unsurprisingly this is not being received well by his fellow Republicans.
President Trump is reportedly planning to pardon several American servicemen convicted of war crimes, an action that would be an insult to everyone who has ever worn an American uniform.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has dealt another legal setback to the Trump Administration’s efforts to end the DACA program,
Republicans have spent the past week putting as much distance as they can between themselves and the latest round of radical anti-abortion laws.
Thanks to Donald Trump and the GOP, there’s plenty of material out there for Saturday Night Live.
Republican Congressman Justin Amash has always been a rebel within his own party, now he’s making that even more apparent.
Forget high language about constitutional prerogatives. This is about parties and elections.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has informed Congress that he will not comply with a subpoena seeking the President’s tax returns, meaning that we’re headed for a court battle.
A new GAO report finds that HUD Secretary Ben Carson broke the law when he ordered a $31,000 table for his office.
The President unveiled some incoherent ideas yesterday that have no chance of becoming law.
The President’s trade policies stand to benefit a lot of other countries, just not the United States.
A new poll shows President Trump trailing several of his potential challenger in a state that was crucial to his victory in 2016.
As it has in so many other areas, the right has sacrificed it’s previously held beliefs on international trade to feckless obedience toward President Trump.
The Trump Administration is proposing another round of tariffs on even more Chinese goods.
Attorney General William Barr has opened a new investigation into the origins of the Russia investigation, a move that seems suspiciously political.