The nature of American political reporting distorts our perception of reality.
A pretty good President has numbers comparable to his historically bad predecessor.
The President should have known about the plot. There’s a good chance he didn’t.
Ted Cruz is the latest Republican Senator to repeat discredited Kremlin-backed conspiracy theories about Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election.
Much like the President they obsequiously defend, Republicans have become useful idiots in Russia’s war on Western liberal democracy.
As the impeachment proceedings move forward, Democrats are shifting their focus to a specific, and powerful, charge.
Joe Walsh, a former Tea Party stalwart who served in Congress nine years ago, has thrown his hat in the ring against President Trump for the 2020 GOP Presidential Nomination.
Eight months later, the President and his Administration continue to refuse to acknowledge the truth about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
There are children being held in what amount to internment camps on the southern border under appallingly bad conditions and the President is more concerned with falsely blaming his predecessor for the problem.
The Israeli prime minister is engaging in a familiar but dangerous gambit to retain power.
There’s a good reason why Democrats want Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to get out of the way sooner rather than later.
As the government shutdown enters through its twenty-fourth day, attention is shifting to Senate Republicans who could be pressured to break ranks and potentially force a resolution.
President Trump is offering to change his ‘concrete wall’ with a ‘steel barrier’ in what he apparently things is a compromise.
As the shutdown continues, there’s little sign of progress on either end of Pennsylvania Avenue.
With Congress out of town until at least Thursday and negotiations apparently deadlocked, the White House is saying it’s likely the shutdown will last into 2019.
Arizona Democrat Kyrsten Sinema appears to be headed toward victory.
Omarosa Manigault Newman, who used to be a Trump favorite, is out with a book that makes sensationalistic claims about the Trump Administration. The real story, though, is what she has on tape and how she got it.
Rebutting the President’s routine prevarications merely spreads them. Is there an alternative?
Children are not political bargaining chips, but that’s exactly what this President plans to turn them into.
Once again, President Trump seems intent on insulting a major American ally.
Based on a strict reading of the Constitution, a sitting President probably does have the power to pardon himself. That doesn’t mean he should be allowed to get away with it without consequence.
After eight months in office, the pressures on Chief of Staff John Kelly continue to mount under a President who cannot be controlled and whose behavior will not change.
Profiles in courage? With Republicans in the Trump Era, it’s more like profiles in cowardice.
The head of the House Intelligence Committee’s Russia investigation admitted yesterday that the committee was never focused on any potential evidence of collusion.
Things continue to look good for Democrats as we get closer to the midterm elections.
The senior Senator from Massachusetts denies interest in 2020 but won’t promise to serve out a new Senate term.
Two seemingly contradictory essays out today highlight the exhausting political conversation environment.
The Senate GOP health care reform care bill faces a crucial week, and things aren’t looking good.
Could National Security Adviser Michael Flynn be the first to go under Trump?
Stephen Miller said something very stupid on “Meet The Press” this morning.
Today in “Alternative Facts.”
The first full day of Donald Trump’s Presidency consisted largely of obsessions with irrelevant facts and outright lies.
The GOP civil war continues…..
Clinton stumbles and leaves an event early, leading to the news that her campaign has been withholding health information from the press.
A report over the weekend raises questions about whether or not Donald Trump is changing positions on a central tenet of his campaign.
Comments on a pro-Trump (well, sorta) column.
A small group of Republican delegates is apparently discussing yet another quixotic effort to deny Donald Trump the nomination.