Makin’ his way the only way he knows how, that’s just a little bit more than the law will allow.
A provision of the 14th Amendment to keep Civil War generals out of office is back in play.
American cheese will henceforth be known as liberté cheese. And not because of the metric system.
The Merrick Garland precedent is power politics, nothing more.
Blake Hounshell has doubts about whether Trump colluded with Moscow.
The New York Times Benghazi report raises as many questions as it purports to answer.
Is the White House distancing itself from the President’s “red line” remarks about Syria?
Blake Hounshell finds the footnotes in Andy Carvin’s latest book somewhat amusing:
Tammy Smith has been promoted to brigadier general, thus becoming the first American general officer who also happens to be openly gay.
Congressmen are investing hundreds of millions of dollars in stock in companies over which they have oversight. And it’s perfectly legal.
David Frum begins a withering review for The Daily Beast, “Charles Murray’s Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010 is an important book that will have large influence. It is unfortunately not a good book.”
Watching the news and reading the op-eds makes it clear: America is doomed.
Andrew Bacevich refers to Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, and Samantha Power as “the Three Harpies.”
Dan Drezner asks, “Has Bob Woodward jumped the shark?” My snarky response is that he did that in Bob Casey’s hospital room.
The New York Times is reporting that the Obama Administration has convinced Israel that Iran is much further away from developing nuclear weapons than Tel Aviv fears, but there seems to be something else going on here.