The President is looking for any leverage he can to get refuseniks vaccinated.
A criminal trial is a poor venue for solving society’s problems.
Democrats are already jockeying to influence President Biden’s pick should a vacancy arise.
The lousy hybrid option has been scrapped in favor of a worthless virtual one.
Former Republican Congressman and Governor Mark Sanford is running for President.
A great public intellectual, pioneering blogger, and all-around good man is gone.
President Trump has named his pick for Labor Secretary.
John Kasich hasn’t shut the door completely, but recent comments seem to make it clear he’s not likely to take on the President for the Republican nomination.
Taking Joe Biden’s bait, President Trump once again defended his response to the racist rally in Charlottesville two years ago..
The United States agreed to pay North Korea $2 million for “medical treatment” for Otto Warmbier. Did the Trump Administration actually pay the bill? They aren’t saying.
Donald Trump speaks largely just to his base, ignoring the nation as a whole. Whether this will be enough to win re-election in 2020 is an open question.
Once again, President Trump proves that in the face of evil he is a coward and a disgrace.
Ku Klux Klan jokes, fake lynchings, and the like were routinely depicted even at places like Cornell.
Polling continues to suggest that voters in Virginia are not nearly as concerned with the past behavior of state leaders as the political establishment might be.
A new poll shows that Virginians don’t necessarily believe their state leaders need to step aside in the wake of recent scandals.
All three of the Commonwealth’s statewide elected officers are the subject of scandal.
The white supremacist charged with killing a counter-protester during last year’s events in Charlottesville has been convicted of first-degree murder.
A Supreme Court first by the newest Justice.
Republican Troy Balderson holds a narrow lead in a Special Election in Ohio. Even if he wins, though, the way this election played out does not bode well for the GOP in November.
New polling shows that the ground looks fertile for Democrats in the fall.
Rebutting the President’s routine prevarications merely spreads them. Is there an alternative?
President Trump continues to dismiss concerns about Kim Jong Un’s brutality, and to lavish praise on a man who has a considerable amount of blood on his hands.
President Trump spoke up about the spousal abuse charges against his former Staff Secretary Rob Porter. His response was entirely predictable.
The President talked about national unity last night, but given his own rhetoric as a candidate and as a President, it’s a call that seems to be hypocritical.
A Trump judicial nominee who could not answer basic legal questions in a hearing last week has withdrawn his nomination, but this is likely to happen again unless the Administration fixes some obvious flaws in its selection process.
Meet Matthew Peterson, a nominee for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia who apparently doesn’t know much about trials.
Hatred and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
If Donald Trump blocks you on Twitter does that constitute a First Amendment violation? Two Twitter users say yes, but their argument is very weak.
As things stand, Democrats will have a hard time winning back control in the Senate in 2018.
A Federal Jury orders Rolling Stone to pay up.
Journalistic malpractice has real consequences.
With ten weeks to go ,there’s been some tightening in the polls but Hillary Clinton continues to maintain a commanding lead in the race for the White House.
More than any politician that spoke last night, it was the father of a fallen solider who stole the night.
Donald Trump has a steep hill to climb to reverse a quarter century trend.
If you think this campaign has been awful, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.
The Supreme Court has agreed to review the legal basis for the conviction of former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell on public corruption charges.
Paradoxically, the children of affluent parents are less happy than those of the poor.
Rolling Stone faces yet another legal headache over last year’s story about a campus rape that never took place.
It was a close vote, but Virginia’s Republican leaders did the smart thing yesterday in picking a primary over a convention in 2016.
The first of what is likely to be many defamation suits related to Rolling Stone’s discredited campus rape story has been filed.
Ben Carson will be entering the race for President next month, but don’t pretend for a minute that he’s a serious candidate.
A bill pending in Louisiana seems likely to become the next national focus in the debate between marriage equality and claims of ‘religious freedom.’
A review of Rolling Stone’s now discredited report of a sexual assault at the University of Virginia reveals a shocking failure of journalistic ethics.
An utter journalistic failure from Rolling Stone.