In comedy, self-deprecation is a key byproduct of self-awareness. But there is virtually no serious self-deprecation in partisan politics, because self-deprecation cedes points to your opponent.
When a subordinate undermines the president, defies Congress, flouts the rule of law, and bucks the chain of command, it’s time to relocate his office to Antarctica.
Following Michael Cohen’s surprise guilty plea, the media and critics of the president wasted no time pushing collusion narratives, conspiracy theories, and outright falsehoods.
The Guardian’s story represents the third attempt to convince the American public that the Republican presidential candidate colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election.
If this story had been true, it would have been proof of the conspiracy theory the Resistance/Media/NeverTrump has peddled without evidence for years, but being upset about it being false means that you’re also guilty!
Robert Mueller’s probe is a political prosecution, and everyone willing to be honest with the situation knows it. Where are the calls for their recusals?
These facts raise serious concerns about Andrew Weissmann’s continued service on the special counsel’s team and justify delving further into the career of the long-time federal prosecutor.
In post-election chats with various callers while riding the Acela train, House Judiciary Committee ranking member Jerrold Nadler revealed plans to investigate and impeach Justice Brett Kavanaugh and President Trump.
We have seen a glimpse of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s ‘nuclear arsenal,’ which is as phony as the wooden missiles the Russians used to paint for their May Day parades.
The laughable claims of perjury against Brett Kavanaugh put in stark relief why Donald Trump should be wary of talking to Robert Mueller.
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.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is reportedly on his way out at the Justice Department.
Why didn’t the FBI wire George Papadopoulos and arrange for him to meet with Joseph Mifsud during the State Department conference?
The idea of an ‘illegitimate’ president whose real or imagined scandals render his lawful actions and appointments ‘illegitimate’ is foreign to the Constitution.
The Trump sex payoff scandal looks just like 1998, except that the two parties have traded places so everyone can look totally dishonest and hypocritical.
Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi host the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss fraud, infidelity, and other important takeaways from the Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen news stories.
There is no question that Democrats, the media, and Never Trump are tremendously excited by yesterday’s guilty plea and conviction.
President Trump’s longtime former attorney Michael Cohen has pled guilty to eight criminal counts, including five counts of tax evasion and bank fraud.
A federal jury found former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort guilty this afternoon on eight of 18 counts in the first trial brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
To say that George Papadopoulos’ lies (or inaccurate memory of the events, as his wife puts it) prevented the FBI from questioning, detaining, or arresting Joseph Mifsud is unbelievable.
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