Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s absurd DNA testing debacle should make us all wonder why we are glued to putting people into racial categories.
Somebody has to pay the price for an accuser withholding the allegations from the regular hearing process. Why should it be the man who did nothing but participate in good faith?
It’s not nice or politically correct to say, but people do sometimes lie to get money, revenge, power, attention, or political advantage. False allegations of assault have been documented.
A letter from four congressmen demanding Russia probe documents remain secret raises some important questions about where abuse of power is really happening in the Trump administration.
What a terrible price there is to pay for a judge who naively questions whether unelected bureaucrats should have the final say on what the law means.
You might grumble at having to pay high prices. But shortages turn disaster areas into looting zones as otherwise law-abiding citizens become desperate for essential supplies.
Actors attempting to entice Donald Trump campaign officials were connected to either the U.S. government or to Hillary Clinton-retained opposition research firm Fusion GPS, or both.
Paul Manafort, George Papadopoulos, and Michael Flynn had their lives destroyed after helping Donald Trump, while their Hillary Clinton counterparts have nothing to fear.
The president is clearly on to something about Google rigging their searches against conservatives. But his solution will only make the problem worse.
Wrongfully prosecuting Alaskan Sen. Ted Stevens paid off handsomely for Democratic partisans at no cost to the perpetrators. Obviously, someone was paying attention.
Under Article II of the Constitution, the voters exercise their control over the government through the president.
If John Brennan used his position as CIA chief to sabotage the Trump administration, then what possible value would his possession of a security clearance have that administration? None.
Did Ohr ‘personally and substantially’ participate in a particular matter in which his spouse had a ‘financial interest’ while he worked for the Justice Department?
NBC’s Chuck Todd told his viewers almost three years ago they would look back on that week and say, ‘This was the beginning of the end of Trump.’
If it’s illegal for the Russians to try to persuade American voters to vote against Hillary Clinton, should it be illegal for the British to do the same against Donald Trump?
I guess our president is supposed to confess to a crime he says he didn’t commit just to avoid disturbing CNN’s Chris Cillizza.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and others embarrassed by DOJ’s actions are shielded by the never-ending nature of the investigation.
The 2016 Russia scandal is, in many ways, the mirror image of the Watergate scandal. Like a mirror image, what might appear to be a reflection is actually an inverted and opposite image.
While Jesse Kelly is absolutely right that economic failure and socialism are inexorably related, he is not correct that the United States is on an unstoppable path to this oblivion.
Here’s what might happen if an ‘uneducated, lazy POS’ American happened to spend some time around FBI henchmen Peter Strzok and James Comey.
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