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Oct 09 2019
White House announces it will not comply with 'illegitimate and unconstitutional' impeachment inquiry
The White House outlined in a defiant eight-page letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and top Democrats on Tuesday why it will not participate in their “illegitimate and unconstitutional” impeachment inquiry, charging that the proceedings have run roughshod over congressional norms and the president's due-process rights.
Trump administration officials called the letter, which wasFox News (Online News)
Dec 15 2020
President-elect Joe Biden has steadily added to his list of prospective Cabinet nominees. What reception can they look forward to in the Senate? In all likelihood, a rough one.
"It's going to be hard, hard, hard," said Paul C. Light, a professor at New York University’s Robert Wagner School of Public Service. "Republicans will go after the weakest nominees and will seek to splitPolitiFact
Jul 11 2020
In their cynical attempt to rewrite the rules of the 2020 election, Democrats are ignoring distinctions between absentee ballots and universal mail-in voting.
In California, Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom is trying to use an executive order to send mail-in ballots to every voter in his state — ballots that can then be picked up and delivered to election authorities by partisan activistsCharlie Kirk
Jul 28 2021
Classic: Cop Who Testified at Anti-Trump January 6 Witch Hunt Hearing Previously Defended Violent Protests
The anti-Trump January 6 circus is underway and yesterday did not disappoint. The Democrats called up police officers to testify. Nice move since who will attack cops, right? Well, they become agents for the Democratic Party—It’s fair game. One officer, Harry Dunn, gave a tearful recount of the racial epithets hurled at him and other black police officers on the day of the riot which DemocratsTownhall
Nov 27 2018
Special counsel Robert Mueller is accusing former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort of failing to uphold his part of the plea deal in the Russia investigation.CBN
Jul 27 2021
Is it possible to get to the bottom of an intensely political event without being political?
More than six months after rioters disrupted Congress’ certification of the 2020 election results, many questions remain about the worst breach of the United States Capitol in more than 200 years.
Lawmakers will seek to start filling in those remaining holes Tuesday, when the House ofChristian Science Monitor
Jan 18 2021
It's been a wild week on social media. Twitter and Facebook permanently suspended President Trump following the Capitol riots; Twitter removed 70,000 accounts for allegedly promoting violent and conspiratorial content; Facebook mistakenly locked former congressman Ron Paul out of his account, an incident that demonstrates the perils of overly broad moderation; Apple and Amazon moved toReason
Dec 23 2020
Can a new Congress learn old tricks?
After years of Capitol Hill gridlock driven by increased suspicion, hostility and polarization, it may be fitting that the final legislative agreement of the hyper-partisan Trump administration required an act of transcendent bipartisanship. In an era when true believers at the ideological fringes of both major parties have become increasinglyDan Schnur
Apr 14 2021
The former officer who killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright was taken into custody and will be charged with second-degree manslaughter, a day after she resigned from the Brooklyn Center police department.
In an email, Washington County Attorney Pete Orput confirmed plans to charge former officer Kim Potter, a 26-year veteran of the police force. He said the charges would be filed laterWall Street Journal (News)
Feb 13 2020
Republicans have a long, disreputable history of conflating any attempt to improve American lives with the evils of “socialism.” When Medicare was first proposed, Ronald Reagan called it “socialized medicine,” and he declared that it would destroy our freedom. These days, if you call for something like universal child care, conservatives accuse you of wanting to turn America into the SovietPaul Krugman