The Supreme Court’s conservative majority is signaling an unfavorable ruling.
My (apparently) annual reflections on “The content of their character” day
Antiquated counting methods lead to misallocation of resources.
It hasn’t changed in over 100 years (but the population sure has).
Quite a number of Democratic Congressmen are thinking about seeking a new job.
Mitch McConnell is testing out his spine again.
President Trump’s illegal plan to exclude illegal aliens may have been thwarted.
Tomorrow, the Supreme Court will hear argument in a case likely to decide the fate of former President Obama’s DACA program.
October’s jobs report came back better than expected but hardly something to cheer.
The White House is doubling down on its illegitimate stonewalling of valid Congressional document requests.
The Supreme Court returns to work today with a significant number of high-profile cases on its docket.
The August Jobs Report came in below expectations as other economic statistics point to a slowing economy.
President Trump and the Congressional leadership have reached agreement on a multi-year budget deal that that busts through all remaining controls on spending.
The legal and political showdown between Congress and the White House has entered into a new stage.
Some agree with him. Many others are cowards. But there’s more to it.
After the census debacle, some reports indicate that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross may be next on President Trump’s chopping block.
The House Judiciary Committee has upped the ante in the showdown between the Trump Administration and Congress.
After a year of fighting, the Administration has given up on its effort to get a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
Later today, the President is expected to take some form of ‘Executive Action’ in an effort to get a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a District Court ruling that President Trump cannot block Twitter users from accessing his account.
The Trump Administration has informed Federal District Court Judges in Maryland and New York that it intends to still try to justify putting a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
A day after appearing to have conceded the issue, the Trump Administration says it is still looking for a way to include a citizenship question on the ballot.
In the wake of an adverse Supreme Court ruling, the Trump Administration has decided not to include a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
The Trump Administration has officially conceded to the rule of law.
As expected, the House Ways & Means Committee is suing Treasury Secretary Mnuchin over his refusal to provide the committee with copies of the President’s tax returns.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal in a series of cases challenging the President’s decision to end the DACA program.
In a clear defeat for the Trump Administration, the Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling that the Federal Government could not ask about citizenship on the 2020 Census.
The President is once again claiming Executive Privilege to prevent Congress from getting access to certain documents.
With the Trump Administration continuing to stonewall investigations, the House of Representatives is seeking to ramp up the pressure.
Michigan Congressman Justin Amash has quit a group he helped found nine years ago after they voted to condemn him for advocating for the President’s impeachment.
As the Supreme Court enters the final weeks of its term, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hints at deep divisions and disappointment for people on the left.
The White House is continuing to stonewall legitimate Congressional investigations, but Congress is starting to push back.
Starting tomorrow, we should be getting some headline-grabbing opinions from the Supreme Court.
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.
Justin Amash doubled down on his criticism of the President and his call for impeachment even as he came under fire from fellow Republicans.
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appears poised to uphold the inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
Oral argument hints that we may have a 5-4 ruling allowing state legislatures to continue stacking the deck.
It’s been a rough two years under Trump, but America’s institutions are surviving.
A second Federal Judge has found that the Commerce Department violated the law when it moved to put a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census form.