This cooked-up pretext to invade the president’s attorney-client privilege is a stain of shame on the rule of law and tramples on a 500-year-old rule that protects our common law tradition.
Andrew McCabe’s arrogance resulted in several careless statements that cement his place as a villain in the greatest law enforcement scandal in U.S. history.
So addicted are some people to the narcotic of outrage, that the mere fantasy of the attack is all they need to believe it true.
The media has started backing away from the Russia collusion hoax. Many seem to know a reckoning is coming.
There’s no reason why anyone should need an abortion minutes before giving birth, when all states have infant safe haven laws.
What we have here is an arrest of a man who pretended to be in the know with WikiLeaks (but wasn’t) and lied about it, and then lied about gossiping about Julian Assange in emails.
Maybe people should be expected to retire on a smaller Social Security benefit if they did not contribute the next generation of taxpayers.
Did American technology slip away in the luggage of Chinese spies because bureaucrats in Washington couldn’t resist spying on their political opponents?
According to multiple reports, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will resign soon to make room for the incoming Attorney General William Barr, whom Rosenstein helped pick.
The question of whether the situation at the border is an emergency is probably more of a political issue for the first two branches of government than a legal issue for the third branch.
The contrast between the outcome of Andrew McCabe lying to the FBI and Michael Flynn lying to the FBI demonstrates the DoJ is ruled by only one law: Does it help get Trump?
In a parallel universe in which the law is applied without regard to politics, it would be not only Michael Cohen who is prosecuted for his legal transgressions.
If we didn’t need a free and independent media, it would be comical how they all yap this same talking point in perfect harmony.
We spend gobs of money on our military, so what do we get in return? A lot of foreign intervention that has little clear benefit to Americans.
Brett Kavanaugh might have had more trouble defending himself against sexual assault allegations had he followed Mike Pence’s line of thinking.
Shame on The New York Times for printing this unsupported and irresponsible speculation. This kind of journalism is doing real harm to our democracy.
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.
If inflation reaches ‘80s levels and the Fed responds by increasing interest rates to ‘80s levels, the United States will undergo a jarring debt crisis.
Like so many other Trump-Russia collusion theories, this is yet another half-built bridge that doesn’t connect to the other shore.
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?
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