The nature of American political reporting distorts our perception of reality.
The President of the United States is a national security threat. Can we get rid of him now?
The absurd notion that the President of Senate is the arbiter and judge of the electoral vote.
It will be symbolic, but the symbol will be an anti-democratic one.
Claims by the President and Defense Department about the Iranian response to the Soleimani raid were untrue.
The Secretary of the Navy was abruptly dismissed late yesterday in a dispute over the a case involving a SEAL accused of war crimes.
The impeachment battle on Capitol Hill is revealing a whole lot of Republican hypocrisy.
Much like it did during the McCarthy Era, the Republican Party has to decide what side of history it wishes to be on. The right side, or the wrong side.
Jake Tapper and Chris Wallace both put Administration surrogates through the ringer on their respective Sunday morning shows.
Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton is ending a Presidential bid that few people were paying attention to.
Mark Halperin, the former MSNBC political analyst who was accused of misconduct during the height of the #MeToo Movement, is trying to make a comeback with a new book.
The first night of the second Democratic debate consisted largely of clashes between the party’s progressive wing and more moderate elements.
The U.S. Women’s National Team won their second consecutive World Cup, their fourth overall, in a 2-0 win over The Netherlands.
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.
Late last week it appeared as if a 90-year-old veteran of the Korean War would be buried without anyone to say goodbye. Then the word got out, and thousands of people responded.
Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld has officially joined the race for the 2020 Republican Presidential nomination
As it has since 2007, the Democratic National Committee is barring Fox News from hosting a debate featuring the party’s candidates for President.
He conjures the imperialist past with such comments (and he doesn’t even use the term correctly).
Arizona Democrat Kyrsten Sinema appears to be headed toward victory.
As the midterm campaign draws to a close, Donald Trump is returning to the message of xenophobia and fear that dominated his Presidential campaign.
In what appears to be a first, Judge Brett Kavanaugh took to the media to defend his nomination. Not surprisingly, he chose a friendly venue.
Sad news about a Senate stalwart who has been fighting an aggressive form of cancer for more than a year.
Former Trump lawyer and “fixer” Michael Cohen is reportedly ready to tell investigators that the President is lying about his knowledge regarding the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower between Trump campaign officials and a Russian lawyer.
Some activists on the left are calling for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to be abolished. While that may be a great sound bite, it doesn’t really accomplish anything.
Another school shooting, this time in Texas.
As has often been the case, the White House Correspondent’s Dinner is arousing some degree of controversy, mostly because of the comedy or lack thereof.
Based on his recent behavior, it’s clear that the President is worried about how loyal Michael Cohen might actually turn out to be.
Paul Ryan won’t be running for re-election this year, opening up both a Congressional seat and a leadership spot.
For every Trump tweet, there is literally something that says exactly the opposite.
Two seemingly contradictory essays out today highlight the exhausting political conversation environment.
The former Trump campaign official made the most of his 15 minutes of fame.
The tragedy in Florida last week revealed once again how hyperpartisanship is destroying our politics and harming the country.
The Rob Porter story, which is quickly becoming the Rob Porter scandal, tells us a lot about the Trump White House, and none of it is good.
After an extended break for the Republican retreat, Congress heads back to work today with just three days before a possible government shutdown.
Since taking office, President Trump has made an average of 5.5 false claims per day.
The White House believes that it is ‘inappropriate’ to question Generals. This argument is not only wrong, it’s downright dangerous.
In President Trump’s mind, American citizens exercising their First Amendment rights are “sons of bitches” who should be fired for exercising their rights.
A big change appears to have taken place in American cable news viewing habits.
President Trump’s reaction to the terror attack in Spain included an easily debunked lie about one of America’s most decorated Generals.
The president’s begrudging condemnation of evil didn’t last long.
Donald Trump thinks the media doesn’t like his Twitter habit. In reality, they love it.
In Fox News Channel’s America, Donald Trump can do no wrong and Hillary Clinton is still a threat.
Instead of attending the White House Correspondents Association Dinner, Donald Trump spent his Saturday attacking the press and the First Amendment.