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Oct 03 2019
Bill Barr should have referred the whistleblower’s campaign finance complaints to the FEC — but didn’t: Legal experts
On Wednesday, Georgetown law professors Neal Katyal and Joshua Geltzer penned an op-ed in The New York Times arguing that Attorney General William Barr and his officials should have referred the Ukraine whistleblower’s campaign finance allegations to the Federal Election Commission — even if they personally believed the president and his subordinates had not committed a crime.
“In itsRaw Story
Aug 21 2020
After a 2020 presidential campaign dominated by President Donald Trump’s words and actions, Biden on Thursday rose to the level of a true adversary as he accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for the November election.
Accused by the Republican Trump of hiding in his basement throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Biden turned his opponent’s narrative to his advantage on the finalReuters
Jan 29 2020
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Feb 24 2020
Lots of Democrats are in full panic that Bernie Sanders will win the nomination and get clobbered in the general election — and bring the party down, too. But the evidence, particularly the polling, doesn't back those doomsday warnings.
Why it matters: Virtually every national and swing state poll shows Sanders tied with or beating President Trump. And, unlike every rival, he has aAxios
Mar 17 2020
Federal prosecutors detailed the alleged foreign lobbying schemes carried out by Imaad Zuberi in a lengthy memo on Tuesday, alleging the Southern California campaign fundraiser who donated to Democrats and Republicans concealed work for shadowy interests around the world.
Zuberi, 42, pleaded guilty in October to charges of tax evasion, making nearly $1 million in illegal campaignWashington Examiner
Feb 20 2020
The Vermont senator was alone in saying he would back whoever won a plurality of delegates – with others open to superdelegates tipping the balance for another candidate at the convention.
Amid the Mike Bloomberg pile-on and the Pete Buttigieg-Amy Klobuchar squabbling, there was a key point that slipped by almost unnoticed during Wednesday’s tumultuous Democratic debate – one that couldThe Guardian
Nov 15 2019
President Trump’s longtime confidant Roger Stone was convicted on Friday of lying to lawmakers investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
The outspoken Republican operative, 67, was indicted in January as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into whether Russia colluded with the Trump campaign.New York Post (News)
Mar 08 2020
Elizabeth Warren’s campaign brass realized they had bungled her budget at the worst possible time.
Several weeks before the Iowa and New Hampshire elections, they discovered their fundraising projections for the fourth quarter of 2019 were far too rosy. The army of organizers they hired when fundraising and polling were at their peak — it ultimately ballooned to over 1,000 people — hadPolitico
Oct 04 2018
The Senate adopted the modern university’s doctrine of self-censorship, no-go zones, and safe spaces.Victor Hanson
Jun 27 2019
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled against the challengers opposed to partisan gerrymandering, the practice in which the party that controls the state legislature draws voting maps to help elect its candidates.
The vote in two cases was 5 to 4, with the court’s more conservative members in the majority. The court appeared to close the door on such claims.
The drafters of theNew York Times (News)