An unprecedented manuever in response to unprecedented obstruction.
A chance for a real investigation? Ruined legitimacy?
President Trump has made plenty of mistakes handling this crisis. Let’s not invent dubious ones.
Anti-Biden ads using the former President’s words are being aimed at black voters.
Donald Trump’s pardons of soldiers convicted of war crimes sends the wrong message to the military, to our allies, and to the world.
Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway stands credibly accused of multiple violations of Federal law. The President will do nothing about it.
A panel of three Federal Judges has found Ohio’s Congressional District map to be unconstitutional, but a case currently pending before the Supreme Court could mute the impact of this decision.
As public opinion of the President continues to slide his pandering to his far-right base increases.
Donald Trump’s vanity-seeking military parade has been postponed amid reports that the estimated cost has increased dramatically.
President Trump has issued another controversial pardon.
The transformation is complete. The GOP is now the party of Donald Trump. If you’re sticking around and not speaking out against what the President represents, you’re part of the problem, not part of the solution.
An essay from earlier in the year by Jacob T. Levy underscores some of the points I recently tried to make about democratic norms in the current era.
Republicans on Capitol Hill and in positions of power are slavishly backing their President over their country. They should be ashamed.
The nominations of Mike Pompeo and Gina Haspel could be in trouble in the Senate.
The students who survived last week’s mass shooting in Parkland, Florida are speaking out, and some on the right are responding by engaging in personal attacks and spreading conspiracy theories.
The Washington Post exposes another James O’Keefe fraud.
After news of the appointment of a special counsel in the Russia investigation, Donald Trump’s persecution complex was on full display.
Six months after the election, the postmortems of the Clinton campaign all seem to have one thing in common, they all point at things other than the candidate and her campaign as being the reason she lost.
Another poll shows that Latino voters are set to reject Donald Trump in record numbers, and now they’re turning against the GOP.
America’s largest voting bloc is heavily turned off by Donald Trump, and that is posing long-term problems for Republicans in general.
If you think that once elected Trump will be corralled by cooler heads and experts, I would submit to you that this week underscores this will not be the case.
Conservatives are sending a message to Senate Republicans about the vacancy on the Supreme Court, and it may require them to initiate a suicidal game plan.
The Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal in what is guaranteed to be a high profile case heading into the 2016 elections.
Republicans seem to be thinking that Hillary Clinton will be an easier General Election candidate than the evidence suggests she is likely to be.
Another Republican Congressman has said that the Select Committee investigating the Benghazi attack is primarily concerned with scoring political points against Hillary Clinton.
Congress will get a temporary funding bill passed in time to avoid a shutdown on Thursday, but it may just be delaying the inevitable.
Polling shows that Republicans increasingly see Donald Trump as Presidential and trustworthy. The rest of America disagrees.
Once again, Donald Trump is succeeding because he is saying things many Republicans agree with.
Scott Walker’s response to the Iranian nuclear deal is perhaps the most irresponsible so far.
Elizabeth Warren said once again that she’s not running for President, now or in the future. That’s not going to stop the efforts to draft her, though.
The terror attack in Paris seems likely to undercut GOP efforts to use the DHS budget to attack the President’s immigration policies.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is not running for President, and she is unlikely to change her mind on that. Nonetheless, the speculation that she is will continue for some time to come because it suits her interests and the interests of others.
Everything old is new again.
Republicans are dismissing talk of impeachment as a Democratic fundraising ploy, but it may be they are protesting just a bit too much.
Rick Perry is sending 1,000 members of the Texas National Guard to the border for no apparent reason.
The people are ready. Is the Supreme Court?
It wasn’t a Thermonuclear move, more like something the size of Hiroshima, but today the Senate took an historic move nonetheless.
After the GOP blocked a series of Obama judicial nominees, Democrats are again threatening to go nuclear on filibuster reform.
Republicans are contending that the nearly won the Virginia Governor’s race by emphasizing Obamacare in the closing weeks, but the evidence supporting that contention is far from clear.
Could Congress actually pass some form of immigration reform before the midterms? Don’t bet on it just yet.
The prospect of Congressional action on immigration before the midterms just got a whole lot less likely.