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Oct 02 2012
A Pennsylvania judge on Tuesday delayed full implementation of a highly contested state law requiring strict photographic identification to vote in next months election, saying that the authorities had not done enough to ensure that potential voters had access to the new documents.New York Times (News)
Apr 02 2020
Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and other right-wing commentators turned a pandemic into a battle of us vs. them — the kind of battle President Trump has waged for much of his life.
On Feb. 27, two days after the first reported case of the coronavirus spreading inside a community in the United States, Candace Owens was underwhelmed. “Now we’re all going to die from Coronavirus,” she wroteNew York Times (News)
Jun 21 2012
President Obama's decision to assert executive privilege over Operation Fast and Furious documents not only failed to delay contempt proceedings against Attorney General Eric Holder -- it raised a whole new line of constitutional questions and challenges about the power of the presidency. Republicans already are seeking more than 70,000 additional documents to answer their existing questionsFox News (Online News)
Feb 10 2020
The budget President Donald Trump will deliver to Congress on Monday reads more like a 2020 campaign document than a spending plan that has any realistic chance of becoming law.
Trump’s proposal spells out his spending wish list for the coming fiscal year while at the same time reinforcing campaign priorities as he asks voters to return him to office for another four years. But withUSA TODAY
May 14 2020
‘Obamagate’ Isn’t A Conspiracy Theory, It’s The Biggest Political Scandal Of Our Time And the media know it.
When former president Barack Obama told supporters last week that the Justice Department’s decision to drop the case against former White House National Security Adviser Mike Flynn is a “threat to the rule of law,” he was relying wholly on the fiction, willingly propagated for years by a pliant media, that the Russia-Trump collusion probe launched by his administration was lawful andThe Federalist
Feb 07 2020
The Treasury Department responded to Republican senators’ request for highly sensitive financial records related to Hunter Biden, according to a report, placing “’evidence’ of questionable origin” to the lawmakers.
The records requests came from Sens. Charles Grassley, Ron Johnson, and Lindsey Graham and were sent to a number of federal agencies, including the State Department, JusticeTownhall
Feb 05 2013
Americans are ready for just immigration reform that keeps our borders secure, respects the rule of law and creates a pathway to earned legal status for our hardworking neighbors who lack documentation. This earned legal status should include temporary worker visas and citizenship.Washington Times
Sep 07 2016
The United States of today is a divided nation, with two sides resting on opposite ends of a political spectrum. James Campbell’s new book Polarized: Making Sense of a Divided America provides a new and historically grounded perspective on the polarization of America, systematically documenting exactly how and why the current divide came to be. James Campbell recently answered some questionsPrinceton University Press Blog
Mar 05 2019
Democrats have not been shy about their priorities in this 116th Congress. The chairmen of some of the most powerful committees on the hill have begun the year by launching investigations into President Trump. They are going after his finances, his business dealings, his election win, and, of course, his relationship to Russia.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) sentTownhall
Sep 12 2014
The U.S. government threatened to fine Yahoo $250,000 a day in 2008 if it failed to comply with a broad demand to hand over user communications — a request the company believed was unconstitutional — according to court documents unsealed Thursday that illuminate how federal officials forced American tech companies to participate in the National Security Agency’s controversial PRISM program.Washington Post